Response to Jacinta Carroll’s review of <em>Secret</em> by Brian Toohey

Response to Jacinta Carroll’s review of Secret by Brian Toohey


Brian Toohey

Jacinta Carroll’s review of my book Secret is marred by surprising errors. Carroll, a senior research fellow at the Australian National University’s National Security College, asserts that a former CIA station chief confided to me over lunch in Canberra that “Kerr was our man”. The chief was John Walker, but he said no such thing. I wrote that Christopher Boyce, a former employee of a CIA subcontractor involved with Pine Gap, said this to journalists.

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