THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
James Carroll

CIA's darkest secret

By James Carroll
July 2, 2007

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EVERY SO often, the front page trumpets ethical and legal lapses committed by US intelligence agencies. In Iraq, they have run the gamut from pre war falsification of weapons data to surveillance of American citizens to kidnapping to torture of prisoners. During the Cold War, it was "black operations" that included staging coups, assassinating foreign leaders, infiltrating American organizations, conspiring ... (Full article: 787 words)

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