«In Portugal Guerin Serac linked up with French right-wingers and OAS fugitives, whereupon former Petainist Jacques Ploncard d'Assac introduced him to the right-wing establishment and the P1DE. Due to his extensive experience Guerin Serac was recruited as an instructor for the paramilitary Legiao Portuguesa and for the counterguerilla units of the Portuguese army. It was within this context that he erected Aginter Press as an ultra secret anti-Communist army with the support of both the PIDE and the CIA. Aginter Press set up training camps in which it instructed mercenaries and terrorists in a three-week course in covert action techniques including hands-on bomb terrorism, silent assassination, subversion techniques, clandestine communication and infiltration and colonial warfare.
The most prominent victims of the political assassinations carried out by Aginter secret soldiers in Portugal and the colonies allegedly included Humberto Delgado, Portuguese opposition leader, Amilear Cab r a l , one of Africa's foremost revolutionary figures and Eduardo Mondlane, leader and President of the Mocambique liberation party and movement FRELIMO»
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