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Forty Years of the Condor

[An] assassin, dressed as a mailman, murdered a former Iranian diplomat inside [the District of Columbia] Beltway, in 1980, a tactic that intelligence and police officials insist came from Condor …   —James Grady In 2010, an Andean Condor named Thaao (pronounced tay-oh) died at the Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport, Connecticut. It was eighty years old, the greatest verified age ever recorded for a bird. It was born, as John Burgeson of the Connecticut Post wrote, “the same year that Mickey Mouse made his debut, John Dillinger escaped from prison, [and] Mahatma Gandhi walked 200 miles to protest the British…

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