French Agent Sorry for Greenpeace Attack

Jean-Luc Kister who was working for a French spy agency which ordered the 1985 attack on the Greenpeace flagship said decades later that he is sorry for his actions. "Thirty years after the event, now that emotions have subsided and also with the distance I now have from my professional life, I thought it was the right time for me to express both my deepest regret and my apologies," Kister said in an interview Sunday. The attack killed a Portuguese photographer working for the environmentalist group.