An evening with Atty. Michael Steven Smith, co-author of the newly
published Who Killed Che? How the CIA got away with Murder.
Thursday, March 1: 7:00 pm
UWM Union: Fireside Lounge.
Free and open to the public!
“A riveting and thoroughly documented history of the murder of Che
Guevara. In an era when ‘targeted assassinations’ and ‘capture and
kill operations’ have become routine . . . Smith’s examination of the
US role in Che Guevara’s death could not be more timely.” –Amy
Goodman, Democracy Now!
In compelling detail, Steven Smith investigates the death of the
world’s most storied revolutionary: Ernesto Che Guevara. This account
spans Guevara’s entire life, but focuses mainly on his final days in
Bolivia where he was wounded, captured, and executed. Referencing
internal US government documentation, Steven Smith exposes the CIA’s
instrumental role in Che’s death.
Michael Steven Smith is an attorney, author, and board member of the
Center for Constitutional Rights. Atty. Smith also wrote Che Guevara
and the FBI, Notebook of a Sixties Lawyer: An Unrepentant Memoir, and
Lawyers You’ll Like: Putting Human Rights First.