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Shameful old CIA secrets

June 12, 2006

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A STRIKING example of the need to keep government from hiding matters that have lost their security sensitivity was on view last week when the CIA, bowing to a 1998 federal law mandating such disclosures, released 27,000 pages of previously classified material documenting how, after World War II , US intelligence agencies shielded Adolf Eichmann and other Nazi war criminals. (Full article: 445 words)

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