Michael Manley of Jamaica (miss)
U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was getting a bad Rastaman vibration from Michael Manley, who became the Jamaican prime minister in 1972. Manley was friendly with Cuba and the Soviets, and tried to implement moderate socialist policies. For these sins, the CIA targeted him with three unsuccessful assassination attempts—by Jamaican soldiers, Cuban exiles and Jamaican gunmen—during his successful 1976 reelection bid. The attempts were detailed in a 1977 investigative report in Penthouse magazine (some people read it for the articles).