Ahmed Dlimi of Morocco (hit)
Officially, General Ahmed Dlimi was killed in a 1983 car accident. But that statement came from the government that allegedly had him killed with the support and help of the CIA. Dlimi was a close assistant to the Moroccan king, but also reportedly had ties to an underground military officers' movement dedicated to overthrowing the monarchy. He was also on the CIA's most wanted list because he advocated closer ties to the former colonial powers in France, rather than to the U.S. Another dissident officer and former Moroccan army lieutenant, who was then living in exile in Sweden, told Africa Today in 1983 that Hassan's security team undoubtedly had Dlimi killed, and the CIA helped them.