Category Archives: John Kiriakou

Breaking News — Former CIA Jeffrey Sterling Released from Prison [Op-Ed from John Kiriakou]

“Still, overall Jeffrey’s transition is a good thing, not just for him, but for the country. That’s because Jeffrey Sterling will no longer be silenced.  He’ll have the ability, if he so desires, to speak his mind.  The District Court … Continue reading

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CIA “Roger”: Mike D’Andrea and the “Intelligence Identities Protection Act”

“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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Former CIA John Kiriakou: “Doing Time Like A Spy”

“Even if torture works, it cannot be tolerated — not in one case or a thousand or a million. If their efficacy becomes the measure of abhorrent acts, all sorts of unspeakable crimes somehow become acceptable. I may have found … Continue reading

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A Letter from Holly Sterling — (Wife of Jailed ex-CIA Officer Jeffrey Sterling)

“Just like the CIA primary mission is to protect the Agency, the New York Time primary mission is to protect the Time. And so when this hit the fan — so to speak — Jeffrey was on his own.” Former CIA … Continue reading

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