"Anti-U.S. Tapes Were Made Voluntarily, Defector Says."
New York Times, May 28, 1966. P. 8.
Clarence C. Adams, a Korean War defector operating out of Peking voluntarily made two propaganda
tapes for the South Vietnamese National Liberation Front. The tapes were directed towards
veterans in Vietnam, particularly African-Americans. This information was revealed after Adams
left Communist controlled Peking for Hong Kong because he had become "bored" with what
was expected of him by Communist officials and because he had often requested the "company
of foreign embassy personnel."