A former CIA operative who was convicted of selling arms to Libya has died. Edwin Wilson was 84. Wilson was branded a traitor and a "death merchant" in the 1980s for shipping 20 tons of explosives to Libya. His conviction was thrown out by a federal judge in 2003. Melissa Block talks to Joseph Trento, author of a book about the CIA called Prelude to Terror.
American Arms Dealer Who Sold To Libya Has Died
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