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Libyan Nuke Program Was CIA-MI6 Sting Op

“We were very happy the [Libyan nuclear] files were destroyed.” Senior intelligence official in Washington, D.C. “Washington wanted the evidence collected in raids on the Tinners’ home and offices, including computer files, hard drives, disks and documents, to be destroyed … Continue reading

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Ex-CIA Director John Brennan: “Trump criticism a badge of honor.”

“CIA Director John Brennan seems to have concluded that with his patron/president gone, he (Brennan) will be “thrown under the bus,” as smart people say – and do – in Washington.  If the Trump administration folks are as vindictive as Brennan … Continue reading

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Former CIA Sabrina de Sousa to do community service for cleric kidnap

“It looks like the White House wanted to help… And then, the ‘swamp’ kicked in.” “The Italian Intelligence Oversight Committee has contacted my lawyer in Italy asking that I come testify on a CIA operation. Several members have been pushing … Continue reading

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CIA Releases Bin Ladin’s Files

“Today’s release of recovered al-Qa‘ida letters, videos, audio files and other materials provides the opportunity for the American people to gain further insights into the plans and workings of this terrorist organization. CIA will continue to seek opportunities to share … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — CIA Releases Controversial “Bay of Pigs” History

“After more than twenty years, it appears that fear of exposing the Agency’s dirty linen, rather than any significant security information, is what prompts continued denial of requests for release of these records. Although this volume may do nothing to … Continue reading

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UN REPORT — External Attack Probably Caused Dag Hammarskjold’s Plane to Crash

“There is a significant amount of evidence from eyewitnesses that they observed more than one aircraft in the air, that the other aircraft may have been a jet, that SE-BDY was on fire before it crashed, and/or that SE-BDY was … Continue reading

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CIA — Lulu got fired… Would rather play than sniff bombs

“Sometimes, even after testing, our pups make it clear being an explosive detection K9 isn’t for them.” CIA — Twitter Lulu got fired from the CIA because she would rather play than sniff bombs. Nevertheless, officials at the C.I.A. wished her … Continue reading

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CIA Director Pompeo Compares Iran To ISIS

“For unlike ISIS and its mirage of a caliphate, Iran is a powerful nation-state that remains the world’s largest state-sponsor of terrorism. The Islamic Republic is Iran’s version of what the caliphate ought to look like under the control of … Continue reading

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Sputnik: 60 Years Later, the CIA Releases Declassified Documents

“If somebody tells me that he has the rockets to shoot — which we know from other sources, anyway — and tells me what he will shoot, how he will shoot it, and in general says virtually everything except for … Continue reading

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Pompeo Delivers Opening Keynote at 2017 Conference on Ethos and Profession of Intelligence at GW University

“As a large government organization, eliminating barriers to action is a never-ending challenge for us, one that most of my predecessors faced as well. Porter Goss, who’s serving on one of our panels today, noted the problem during his tenure … Continue reading

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