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Op-Ed: U.S. German spy scandal — less obvious problems for NSA

Berlin - The recent finding of two U.S. agents in Germany has set off a true catfight, but one which is raging beneath the surface in reality. Germany found a double agent in its ranks, then identified a US operative in Germany.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 7 comments

CIA tweets 'It was us' on Norway's 1950s UFO sightings

Apparently back in the 1950s there was a spate of UFO sightings in the skies above Norway. Finally, 60 years later, an explanation has been offered by the CIA on Twitter.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

CIA operation to create demonic Bin Laden toys revealed

An abandoned CIA operation to mass produce a demonic Osama bin Laden action figure designed to scare Afghan and Pakistani children out of following or sympathizing with the fallen Al-Qaeda leader was recently revealed.
In the Media by Scott Tuttle - 1 comment

White House adopts new rules after CIA station chief outed

The White House said it had adopted new procedures on President Barack Obama's foreign trips to avoid a repeat of the "inadvertent" release of the name of the CIA's station chief in Kabul last month.
In the Media by AFP

Op-Ed: 5 things the CIA did before joining social media

The CIA has finally joined Twitter and Facebook. While they dig themselves out of a rock and join 2014, it is time to look back at five actions committed by the CIA that is bound to increase their likes.
In the Media by Ben Morris - 3 comments

CIA launches Twitter and Facebook accounts

The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has opened its first official accounts on Twitter and Facebook. The aim is for the spy agency to "engage directly with the public."
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

White House inadvertently identifies Afghanistan CIA chief

Kabul - The White House exposed CIA’s top officer in Kabul Saturday when his name was unknowingly included on a list provided to news organizations of senior U.S. officials participating in President Barack Obama’s surprise visit with troops.
In the Media by Ryan Hite - 4 comments

Report on CIA provides evidence Djibouti was a 'black site'

Mohammad al-Asad is suing the government of Djibouti for hosting a CIA "black site". Al-Asad, a Yemeni, claims he was arrested at his home in Tanzania on Dec. 27 of 2003, blindfolded and flown to a location he insists was in Djibouti.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Judge's order on CIA secret prisons released in full

Fort George G Meade - The US government must turn over information on secret CIA interrogation centers connected to the trial of the alleged mastermind of the 2000 USS Cole bombing, a military judge said in an order released in full Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

CIA to take lead in censoring report that criticizes the CIA

Washington - Obama has given the CIA the task of editing a torture report that is very critical of the CIA. This was a bit too much for even Sen. Dianne Feinstein who has often supported the agency.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 2 comments

FBI may have enlisted member of defense team at Guantanamo

Washington - A military tribunal trial was thrown into confusion when it was revealed that a member of a defense team may have had a contract with the FBI
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 2 comments

Russia urges US to explain report CIA chief visited Kiev

Moscow - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday urged Washington to explain Russian media reports that CIA director John Brennan visited the Ukrainian capital.
In the Media by AFP

Report showing torture ineffective will be partially declassified

Washington - A U.S. Senate Committee is taking steps to declassify a report about the CIA use of torture. What is certain is that most of the report will never be revealed to the public.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 1 comment

Court reduces sentence of doctor who helped find bin Laden

Peshawar - A Pakistani tribunal on Saturday reduced by 10 years the sentence of a doctor who helped the CIA find Osama bin Laden, after he was jailed for ties to militants. Shakeel Afridi was convicted of treason under the country's tribal justice system.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Senator's spy claims chill CIA-Congress relations

Washington - A top US lawmaker's hotly disputed charge that the CIA illegally spied on Senate staff has roiled the intelligence community, fraying ties between the agency and its overseers in Congress.Senator Dianne Feinstein brought what had been a behind-the-scen...
In the Media by Daniel De Luce, Michael Mathes (AFP)

Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.) in public brawl with CIA

Washington - A furious clash has erupted between Senator Feinstein (D-Calif.) and the CIA over her committee’s investigation of the Bush administration and the CIA for waterboarding top terrorists.
In the Media by Larry Clifton - 7 comments

Senator accuses CIA of illegal search of Congress computers

Washington - A senior US senator on Tuesday accused the Central Intelligence Agency of illegally searching computers of Senate staff members who were investigating a CIA interrogation program.Dianne Feinstein, the powerful chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Comm...
In the Media by AFP

Op-Ed: The secret rise of corporate spying Special

Olympia - Last November a global protest led by the leaderless collective Anonymous was held in hundreds of cities all over the world, including Olympia, Washington.
Digital Journal Report by Ben Morris - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Barack Obama's war against democracy

From Iran to Vietnam to Chile to Libya to Venezuela, the world is tired of America's opposition to democracy. The people with the world's best elections, according to Jimmy Carter, are fighting back against another American-sponsored attack on democracy.
In the Media by Ruth Hull - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Barack Obama's war against democracy

From Iran to Vietnam to Chile to Libya to Venezuela, the world is tired of America's opposition to democracy. The people with the world's best elections, according to Jimmy Carter, are fighting back against another American-sponsored attack on democracy.
In the Media by Ruth Hull - 9 comments

Lithuania orders probe of CIA torture

Vilnius - A Lithuanian court has ordered an investigation of the torture of a Saudi Arabian terrorism suspect by Central Intelligence Agency operatives at a secret prison in the small Baltic nation.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins

Op-Ed: Inside the American police state Special

For decades, activists have warned of the advancing police state in the United States. The police state arrived, not amidst a storm of riot police, but through the completely unmitigated expansion of total surveillance.
Digital Journal Report by Justin King - 12 comments

Op-Ed: Report on CIA rendition and torture still unreleased after a year

A year ago, the US Senate Intelligence Committee voted to adopt a report on the rendition, detention, and interrogation program by the CIA that led to torture.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 2 comments

CIA pays millions to AT&T for international phone records

According to a report, AT&T receives more than $10 million per year from the CIA, and in return the CIA can access the company's database of international phone records, which also includes information on Americans.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 1 comment

Op-Ed: JFK assassination second shooter a Secret Service agent?

Dallas - If ever failure to solve a crime tarnished a nation, the JFK assassination is that crime. The much-theorized second shooter may well have been a secret service agent.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 16 comments

Review: Fifth Estate —The military industrial complex does Julian Assange

America has become the nation of cover-ups from lying us into wars to crimes against humanity to nuclear cover-ups to gag orders silencing crime victims. A public tired of lies, stays home as "The Fifth Estate" flops.
In the Media by Ruth Hull - 7 comments

Edward Snowden receives coveted 2013 Sam Adams Award (video)

Moscow - Edward Snowden, NSA Whistleblower, has received the Sam Adams Award for 'Integrity in Intelligence' in Moscow from a group of fellow whistleblowers. The group is interviewed on the video. Snowden's father is also in town visiting his son.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

CIA boosting support for 'moderate' Syrian rebels

The United States Central Intelligence Agency is saying they will train a few hundred 'moderate' Syrian rebels each month in order to ensure that these elements in the rebel opposition don't lose the war against their Islamist rivals and Assad.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

Op-Ed: Analyzing the US Black Budget with red herrings

Sydney - New numbers from the Snowden documents indicate that the US is conducting high value cyber operations, including offensive operations. The classification of “offensive” is debatable to a degree which makes this information very interesting indeed.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

Op-Ed: US intelligence 'Black Budget' weighs in at $52.6 billion

Washington - The Washington Post has released a document outlining how much the US spends on clandestine spying programs and to what purpose.
In the Media by Ken Hanly
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CIA torture whistleblower John Kiriakou will be starring in a documentary about whistleblowers calle...
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CIA torture whistleblower John Kiriakou will be starring in a documentary about whistleblowers called "Silenced".
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Background photo: Central Jail in Peshawar. — Inset Photo: Dr Shakil Afridi, a government surgeon who helped the CIA uncover Osama bin Laden’s whereabouts. Pakistani authorities have sentenced Pakistani doctor to 33 years in jail on charges of treason
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CIA torture whistleblower John Kiriakou will be starring in a documentary about whistleblowers called "Silenced".
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Barbed wire fence surrounds a military area in the forest in Stare Kiejkuty village, close to Szczytno in northeastern Poland. Poland declined to tell the European Court of Human Rights on December 3, 2013 whether it had hosted a secret CIA jail on its soil
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Edward Snowden, former CIA employee who worked for National Security Agency (NSA)
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Barbed wire fence surrounds a military area in the forest in Stare Kiejkuty village, close to Szczytno in northeastern Poland. Poland declined to tell the European Court of Human Rights on December 3, 2013 whether it had hosted a secret CIA jail on its soil
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Barbed wire fence surrounds a military area in the forest in Stare Kiejkuty village, close to Szczytno in northeastern Poland. Poland declined to tell the European Court of Human Rights on December 3, 2013 whether it had hosted a secret CIA jail on its soil
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John Kiriakou, CIA Torture Whistleblower
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Activists from the German Pirate party wearing masks featuring US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden attend a rally on May 22, 2014 in front of the Bundestag, in Berlin
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