LOWELL, Mass. — Retired Army Maj. Gen. John K. Singlaub, who testified before Congress about the contra supply network, said he is gathering military supplies, weapons and humanitarian aid for anti-Communist guerrillas in Laos.
Singlaub did not say how much money or supplies he and his organizations have provided the Laotian resistance, according to the Sunday Sun of Lowell.
He told the newspaper that he worked through his international group, the World Anti-Communist League, and the U.S. Council for World Freedom, another organization with which he is associated.
Singlaub said no weapons were sold through the U.S.-based organization because "that would be a violation of my agreements with the IRS and the Neutrality Act."