On November 30, radio host John Aberle interviewed Cait Boyce, co-author of the book American Sons: The Untold Story of the Falcon and the Snowman and the paralegal who worked for more than 20 years as an advocate for the parole of convicted spies Andrew Daulton Lee and Christopher Boyce.
The interview, which touches on a variety of topics ranging from life inside prison to the inequalities of the justice system, offers fascinating and illuminating insight from someone who has worked as a prisoner rights advocate for more than three decades. Originally broadcast live on WCHE 1520 AM in Philadelphia, the full interview is now available to hear online. Simply click the image above or follow this link to listen to the broadcast.
One week earlier, Aberle interviewed another player in the Falcon and the Snowman saga, Denny Behrend. Those of you who have read American Sons: The Untold Story of the Falcon and the Snowman will recall Behrend as the U.S. marshal who led the manhunt for Christopher Boyce following his escape from Lompoc Federal Penitentiary in 1980. In the interview, Behrend talks about his role in Boyce’s recapture and also discusses other aspects of his career as a lawman. Go here to listen to the full interview.
For more interviews with Christopher Boyce, Cait Boyce and Vince Font, visit the Interviews & Press page of this website.