Chapter 6. “Super communist spies” who are they?
Episode 26. Farce! “The Communist super spy” indiscriminate relations without …exposed! Or the story of the blind CIA!
- Vietnam’s top spies
“At another meeting with Tho the following year, I ask him to list Vietnam’s top spies. (At one point, the CIA estimated there were fifteen thousand of them.) Heading Tho’s list is Pham Xuan An, followed by Dang Tran Duc, also known as Ba Quoc, who succeeded An in working for South Vietnamese intelligence. Two entrepreneurial spies, Vu Ngoc Nha and Pham Ngoc Thao, are listed in third and fourth place. ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 236)
- Indiscriminate relations without …exposed!
- Mười Hương – Ẩn, follow “Mười Hương – Ẩn – brother”.
- Tư Cang – Ẩn, Tám Thảo, Chín Chi – Ẩn, follow “Ẩn – Tám Thảo – Tư Cang”
- Mrs. Ba – Ẩn, “Ẩn – Mrs. Ba – forty-five couriers “.
- Nguyễn Văn Thương – Ẩn, follow “Ẩn – Nguyễn Văn Thương – Vũ Ngọc Nhạ, Ba Quốc “.
- Nguyễn Thị Sê – Ẩn, follow “Ẩn – Nguyễn Thị Sê – Tư Cang”…
- “Mười Hương – Ẩn – brother”
- Muoi Huong = “I came directly to An’s house, slept over many nights”!
“I used to come to visit and An’s parents well regarded me as their children. After three years of trial and consider all possibilities, in 1957, I built a plan to send An to US for education.” (Perfect Spy vs. 1, Tuoi Tre magazine, 30-09-2013)
“… Mr. Muoi Huong remembers: The end of 1954, … After knowing the situations reported by Pham Xuan An, I came directly to An’s house, slept over many nights to examine all aspects. An’s Father was patriot deeply wishing for the country’s independence, An’s mother was a kind person, very fond of me.” (Legends of Pham Xuan An, Giao Duc Thoi Dai Magazine, 16/12/2013) (http://giaoducthoidai.vn/thoi-su/huyen-thoai-pham-xuan-an-54590.html)
- Muoi Huong, “often came to visit An” = Exposed = But not related to An.
“My brother was arrested while I was in America,” An says.
“They asked him about Muoi Huong and why he had come to visit me at my house.” ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 111)
Comment: The strange story!
- “Ẩn – Tám Thảo – Tư Cang”
- An visited house Tam Thao to court the beautiful Chin Chi.
“Tam Thao, Chin Chi, and An were in the same political cell. He taught the girls English and visited their house to court the beautiful Chin Chi. They waved good-bye at the airport when he flew to America, and they welcomed him back to Saigon on his return. After An had lain low for several months, Tam Thao took him to the tunnels northwest of Saigon and reintroduced him to the intelligence network, which had been rebuilt after Muoi Huong was captured.” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 129)
- Tam Thao was An’s original courier.
“Tam Thao took him to the tunnels northwest of Saigon and reintroduced him to the intelligence network, which had been rebuilt after Muoi Huong was captured. She was An’s original courier.” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 129)
- Tam Thao house = “Hiding place of Tu Cang.”
“She had a false wall built in her apartment for evading the police, and this hiding place was used by the head of their intelligence cell during his visits to Saigon. ” The Spy Who Loved Us, page 129)
- Tu Cang and An isolated twenty targets.
“Tu Cang and An isolated twenty targets in Saigon, including the Presidential Palace and the U.S. embassy. ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 196)
- (1 forenoon of Tu Cang – Tam Thao – An.)
– Earlier that morning:
“Beginning at 2:48 A.M. on Wednesday, January 31, Tu Cang personally led the attack on the palace, where fifteen of the seventeen members on his team were killed outright.” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 196)
– Between that morning:
“He himself barely escaped to the nearby apartment of Tam Thao, where he fired shots out the window and then hid with his two pistols held to his head, vow-ing to kill himself before being captured. When soldiers rushed into the apartment, Tam Thao convinced them that she was a South Vietnamese loyalist and perhaps even the mistress of the American officer—her boss—whose photo she prominently displayed” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 196)
– Later that morning:
“Tu Cang and An drove around the city, counting the bodies of the Vietcong soldiers who had died “
“Later that morning, Tu Cang and An drove around the city, counting the bodies of the Vietcong soldiers who had died in the attack …” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 196)
- Tam Thao and Chin Chi the jungle. (Tam Thao and Chi Chi missing.)
“Tam Thao had her own career as a spy, working as secretary and confidante to a number of U.S. military officers. Chin Chi did similar work until she was summoned into the jungle in 1965. Four years later Tam Thao was also moved to the jungle, where she found a husband approved by the Party and was allowed to marry. ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 129)
Comment: But not related to An.
- 9. Chin Chi has been missing “a year “.
“After the girls joined the Tran Van On student protest movement in 1951, Chin Chi went into the jungle for a year of revolutionary training. When she returned to finish high school, she was hired as a translator by the U.S. operations mission, which directed Vietnam’s strategic hamlet program.”(The Spy Who Loved Us, page 130)
- An would stay late into the night.
“Later in the afternoon, after many more cups of tea, Chin Chi offers another explanation for why she resisted An’s advances. “There was a curfew, and everyone had to go home except for An, because he had a press card and could come and go whenever he wanted. So he would stay late into the night, talking, talking. There was no way to shut him up.” ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 131)
Comment: The blind CIA!
III. “Ẩn – Mrs. Ba – forty-five couriers “
- Twenty-seven were captured and killed.
“An was supported by dozens of intelligence agents detailed to work on his behalf. Of the forty-five couriers devoted to picking up his messages from Ba and running them out of Saigon, twenty-seven were captured and killed.” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 170)
Comment: But not related to An.
- “Ẩn – Nguyễn Văn Thương – Vũ Ngọc Nhạ, Ba Quốc ”
- “In 1961, Mr. An was sent to the forest for two weeks of study,”
“In November 1962, he was put in charge of transmitting An’s messages. For security reasons, he had limited knowledge of who he was working for, and he still refers to Pham Xuan An by his nom de guerre, Hai Trung. He had actually met An the preceding year, when An was summoned into the jungle for one of his debriefings. “In 1961, Mr. An was sent to the forest for two weeks of study,” says Thuong. “I cooked his food and took care of him while he was there.”
“What was he studying?” I ask. “The policy of the Central Committee,” says Thuong. “This was expected of everyone in the Party.”
Thuong presided over a network of men and women who met three times a week in the park in front of the Catholic cathedral next to the statue of the Virgin Mary. ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 172)
“…From 1961 to 1975 Ba worked as An’s sole intelligence courier.31 “Each month I would meet with An three or four times to receive documents from him,” recalled Ba, whose code was Female Spy B3. “However, when the situation was urgent we might have to meet five or six times a month. ” (Perfect Spy, Chapter 1, Page 12/19)
Larry Berman is correct? Or Thomas A. Bass correct?
The truth is that both 2 are wrong!
- Nguyen Van Thuong … running messages for various spy networks.
“His mother was arrested by the French in 1947 and died on Poulo Condore. His father, a courier for the Viet Minh, was arrested and died in prison under the Diem regime. Continuing in his father’s line of work, Thuong joined the intelligence services and started running messages for various spy networks, including those of Vu Ngoc Nha and Ba Quoc— two high-level spies in the South Vietnamese government—and Pham Xuan An. ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 171)
- Nguyen Van Thuong and Ba Quoc…recognized each other.
“Thuong was sent to a prison where Ba Quoc worked. This was the nom de guerre of Dang Tran Duc, a Communist intelligence agent who was employed by Dr. Tuyen and the secret police. The two men recognized each other but neither revealed the other’s identity. ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 174)
- Nguyen Van Thuong were captured.
“Thuong shot off the rotor with his pistol. The helicopter crashed into a field and exploded. Thuong hid his documents and a thousand dollars in cash in a ditch and began running across the rice paddies.
A battalion of paratroopers came for him. He was surrounded by four hundred American soldiers and three hundred South Vietnamese soldiers. With twenty-one bullets remaining, he killed twenty-one enemy soldiers. He jumped in a bunker to hide but was smoked out with gas and roughed up before being put on a helicopter and flown to an American military base. ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 173)
- “Ẩn – Nguyễn Thị Sê – Tư Cang”.
- Nguyen Thi Se – An’s fourth couriers … also hid Tu Cang in her house and … also was sent to prison.
“Nguyen Thi Se was one of Pham Xuan An’s couriers. She hid Tu Cang in her house and fed him. After she was caught bringing him a radio, she was sent to prison and tortured for three years. ” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 208)
Reviews: Not expose ??? Farce!!! or the blind CIA???
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