Chris Simmons is an internationally known authority on espionage issues, especially Cuba’s intelligence services.
Simmons was the lead military official involved in the May 2003 expulsion of 14 Cuban spies serving under diplomatic cover, the third largest explosion of diplomats in U.S. history. As a result of Simmons and other agents actions, Alberto Coll, a professor and former deputy assistant secretary of defense was arrested.
Simmons served in Grenada, the Balkans, Iraq and Afghanistan and interrogated more than 732 terrorists and other “high-value individuals” throughout his career. He was part of the special operations unit “Task Force 6-26” and spent a total of 28 years in government service.
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