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The proof for Bush's lie about his CIA past can be found in a document, declassified in 1988.
It's a memorandum of FBI director J Edgar Hoover to the State department, dated 29 November 1963.
In 1954, he became the head of the new Counterintelligence Staff. He gathered intricate details about Angleton's movements and close associates through the years, looking for - and finding, he thought - 'It was not a clear-cut case,' he told David Martin for 'Wilderness of Mirrors,' Martin's 1980 book about the Cold War-era CIA. Petty reported concerns about Angleton to agency superiors in 1974.
He delivered several drawers full of notes and documents supporting his view, then spent at least 26 hours over the course of a week explaining his work to a senior officer in tape-recorded interviews. Petty's job - he retired almost immediately - and his reputation.
Nothing that has been published about the Mitrokhin archive supports the notion that Angleton was the mole.
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