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Topic - Edwin P. Wilson
Edwin P. Wilson, a former CIA operative who was branded a traitor and convicted of shipping arms to Libya but whose conviction was overturned after he served 22 years in prison, has died. He was 84.
There is a new brouhaha stirring among civil libertarians and Islamic organizations in light of the recent Associated Press story regarding the working relationship between the New York Police Department and the Central Intelligence Agency.
At trial, he said he did it to ingratiate himself with the Libyan government at the CIA's request.
"I can't think of one thing I did that I have any guilt about," Wilson told seattlepi.com in a 2006 interview. "I didn't hurt anybody. I didn't get anyone killed."