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Alfie Mack At least two of the agents sentenced to death - Ahmet Kabashi and Lokman Lutvi - were freed after their death sentences were lifted and they each spent almost 20 years in Albanian Communist prisons. Kabashi's son in 1996 told CIA officials (probably in Belgrade) that Ahmet had returned home to Kosovo after being freed by the Albanians. Lutvi emigrated to Chicago in the U.S. in 1968, was reunited with his wife and had two children before he died of natural causes in December, 1989. Lutvi visited his family in Macedonia in 1984 and 1988 and each time was questioned by Yugoslav authorities he was thrown out of Yugoslavia in 1988, yet said he was never questioned by authorities in the U.S.
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