Kurt Muse was born in the United States into a family of citizen soldiers whose roots go back to the Revolutionary War. His adventurous family lived first in Cuba and eventually settled in Panama where they began a printing and graphic arts business. Kurt married his high school sweetheart and came back to the U.S for college. After graduation, Kurt Muse took his ROTC commission for a short stint in the Army. Obligations fulfilled, he returned to Panama to help grow his family’s business and start a family of his own.
Being an American citizen, Kurt studiously avoided politics... until 1987. Noriega burned down one of his print shops and killed one of his good friends. Panama was the only home Kurt knew, and it was being threatened by a ruthless machete-waving dictator.
Vowing to restore free speech, Kurt Muse and his friends built an underground radio station, The Voice of Liberty. They were on the air for nearly a year. Panama’s alleyways were scenes of constant and deadly games of cat and mouse with Noriega’s soldiers. Driven to the edge, Noriega imported Castro’s...
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"The story of your courageous stand against Panama's dictator Antonio Noriega was riveting; the details of your arrest and captivity were inspiring; but the account of your rescue by US military special forces was simply spellbinding. Sharing your remarkable story makes you an indispensable historian whose well articulated and entertaining message is both fundamental and profound -freedom is irrepressible and the human spirit is boundless...The tears and standing ovation were indicative of the extent to which you touched our audience...You are a proud, patriotic and wonderful speaker. We would love to have you back at Langley with us again in the future."
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