Feb 7, 2019
Retired agent Robert “Bob” Clifford reviews an extra-territorial jurisdiction case from early in his career when he was assigned as a technical adviser embedded in Bolivia with a Bolivian police counter-terrorism team to capture the terrorist responsible for the murder of two Mormon missionaries and the attempted assignation of U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz.
Bob is the recipient of numerous awards and decorations, to include FBI Director’s Award for Counter-terrorism, the Director of National Intelligence Commendation Award, the Award of Excellence from the National Counterintelligence Executive, and the Bolivian National Police Medal of Merit. In 2004, he received the Service to America Medal and was named Federal Employee of the Year.
Check out episode show notes, photos, and related articles.https://jerriwilliams.com/episode-152-bob-clifford-mormon-missionary-murders-terrorism-in-latin-american/
Bob Clifford was previously interviewed about his investigation and capture of the only surviving hijacker responsible for the hijacking of Egypt Air Flight 648 (Episodes 96 and 97) and his special assignment to establish the FBI's MS-13 National Gang Task Force (Episode 103).
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