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Former CIA Officer John Kiriakou: John Brennan and Robert Mueller "Set Out To Ruin People" | Video | RealClearPolitics
In 2007, the Bush administration investigated me and determined I hadn't committed a crime" for leaking about the torture program, Kiriakau explained. "When Barack Obama became president, John Brennan became the number two at the National Security Council, and he asked the Justice Department, Eric Holder, to secretly reopen the case against me. That went to Robert Mueller."

"The injustice is incredible," he said, "this is why I'm so happy to have this opportunity to speak with you tonight because I know Robert Mueller and I know John Brennan, and this is what they do. They set out to ruin people."



"Russiagate that has nothing whatsoever to do with Russia, by the way. And none of these indictments have anything to do with anything. They're what are called throw-away indictments," he said. "So, what you have is a man, Robert Mueller, who chooses a person, and then looks for a crime to hang on the person rather than discovering a crime and then investigating to see who committed the crime."
mueller  conspriacy  CIA 
4 hours ago by astrogirl
Materials for the game "Collection Deck" • MuckRock
The CIA use the game 'Collection Deck' to teach the collection of intelligence. It was declassified and requested under the Freedom of Information Act.

There is now a kickstarter game (CIA) based on it.
game  training  CIA  card  intelligence  humint 
2 days ago by kybernetikos
Author Lawrence Wright & former FBI agent Ali Soufan on ‘The Looming Tower’ — The Business — Overcast
‘The Looming Tower’ on Hulu follows FBI agent Ali Soufan as he tries to prevent an Al Qaeda attack on U.S. soil. The real Soufan says watching an actor play him has been weird, but could have an important payoff: teaching people what led to 9/11 and preventing another attack. Soufan and ‘The Looming Tower’ author Lawrence Wright tell us how they adapted the complicated story for TV.
AliSoufan  LawrenceWright  CIA  FBI  terrorism  geo:UnitedStates  geo:SaudiArabia  geo:Afghanistan 
3 days ago by owenblacker
How Israel Caught Russian Hackers Scouring the World for U.S. Secrets - The New York Times
Israeli hacking team discovers Russia hackers’ use of Kaspersky antivirus software to steal USA agency secrets: antivirus software “the perfect tool”
hacker  team  israel  computer  security  antivirus  backdoor  usa  spy  agency  cia  nsa  fbi  russia  2017  q3  espionage  expose 
5 days ago by csrollyson
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CIA  Quantico  FBI  Langley  from twitter_favs
7 days ago by KateSherrill
The CIA and The Banality of Haspel
She didn’t just obey orders as a lowly grunt, the defense used by Nazi underlings at the Nuremberg trials. She actively sought out the “most demanding” assignments and rose through the ranks accordingly. Advancement by demonstrating that you can do the dirty work without qualms: It’s the same path taken by Vladimir Putin, former KGB bureau chief, on his way to becoming Russian president.
imperialism  cia  propaganda  putin 
10 days ago by foliovision
CIA misled BYU grad who wrote memo used to justify torture program - The Salt Lake Tribune
The summary criticizes the CIA for misleading the Justice Department, the White House, Congress and the public on the extent of torture and its effectiveness. The report found no evidence what the CIA called "enhanced interrogation" techniques stopped any terrorist attacks.

The Senate released only a 525-page summary and conclusion. Portions of that redacted the names of many CIA operatives or people who participated in the actual interrogations. There are no plans to release the other 6,700 pages of the report.
torture  byu  cia  intelligence  ethics 
13 days ago by craniac

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