Category Archives: CIA

The Last Narc — Did the CIA Murder DEA Agent “Kiki” Camarena?

“There was substantial evidence of drug smuggling through war zones on the part of individual Contras, Contra suppliers, Contra pilots, mercenaries who worked with the Contras, and Contra supporters throughout the region … US officials in Central America failed to … Continue reading

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US National Whistleblower Day (July 30) — “I, John Reidy, Declare…” [CIA Debacle in Iran & China]

“I cannot talk about the 2007 incident. It is classified. I risk incarceration. I have a family.” “If you are contemplating whistleblowing … you’re going to sit there and say, ‘If I go through that system, it will not end … Continue reading

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Three Years Ago — The True Story of Dr A. Q. Khan’s Nuclear Black Market [UPDADE — New Series : The Man Who Stole The Bomb]

“Our accomplishments generally remain classified, but a few special ones are known to the world.” CIA Director Mike Pompeo (April 13 2017) “I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole. It’s – it was like – we … Continue reading

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On This Day — “What a Hornets’ Nest I had Stirred!” [Wikipedia edited by the CIA – July 26 2007] (2020)

“This story is demented and broken on so many levels, it is quite difficult to know where to begin, even. Here we have an excellent Wikipedia administrator who has been victimized by lunatic conspiracy theorists, a private person who has … Continue reading

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On This Day — The Intelligence Identities Protection Act (June 23 1982) [2020]

“The legislation ultimately will harm, not help, our national security interests (…)  If left to stand, it will curtail legitimate journalistic scrutiny of a particularly important and sensitive area of government, creating the possibility that wrongdoing or wrong-headedness could flourish in … Continue reading

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On This Day — The Central Intelligence Agency Act Is Signed (June 20 1949) [2020]

“I think it has become necessary to take another look at the purpose and operations of our Central Intelligence Agency. At least, I would like to submit here the original reason why I thought it necessary to organize this Agency … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — CIA New Order of Succession (June 14 2019)

“The following officers of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), in the order listed, shall act as and perform the functions and duties of the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (D/CIA), during any period in which the D/CIA has died, … Continue reading

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Three Years Ago — Meet Trump’s New Iran Man : CIA Michael D’Andrea

“Michael D’Andrea has been revealed to be the Chief of the CIA’s Counter Terrorism Center for the last many years. He replaced Robert L. Grenier as head of CTC in 2006. He is well known as the originator of the … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — NYT Apologizes For Misreporting On Skripal Incident

“I made a significant error in my April 16 profile of Gina Haspel. It took a while to figure out where I went wrong. Here is the correction: […] The intelligence about the ducks and children were based on an … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — CIA Recruiting ‘AN US Russian Speaking  Citizen’ [UPDATE : On the art of avoiding assholes]

“Are you an US citizen with a college degree? Seriously CIA?” Sujai Shukla @sujaishukla “Seriously?? I think your first order of business should be to hire a proofreader. You made yourselves look like fools. Are you still concerned with the … Continue reading

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