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by Ken Silverstein (Harpers)

Over the past few days, I've contacted a number of academics, think-tank analysts, and former government officials and asked them whether they think military action against Iran is likely, and the probable consequences of a military confrontation

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ABC News blog

Porter Goss resigned shortly after ABC News reported that Foggo was under criminal investigation. At the time, officials close to Goss dismissed the investigation of Foggo "as existing only in the blogosphere" and tried to discourage ABC Ne

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BBC

The European parliament has approved a damning report on secret CIA flights, condemning member states which had colluded in the operations. (The scariest words were "European Parliament" - do they have any power? - I'll check)

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Al Jazeera

European governments and intelligence services knew that the United States was transporting terrorism suspects across Europe (to torture) and chose to keep it secret, the European Parliament said on Wednesday.

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AFP

Freed Egyptian cleric Osama Mustafa Hassan may now be able to testify at preliminary hearing into his alleged abduction by US and Italian intelligence services, his wife's lawyer has said. Hassan was released on Sunday, the day before the hearin

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LA Times

"They didn't make the changes that were talked about in that August 20th meeting," Gimble said, and instead went on to present their deeply flawed findings to senior officials at the White House. The work of that special Pentagon uni

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The Last Hurrah

They'd effectively be admitting to leaking Plame's ID after having learned of it through classified channels, making it a possible violation of the IIPA (barring, of course, a Cheney claim to have declassified Plame's identity before leak

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Newsweek

The Scooter Libby trial has put a new focus on Vice President Dick Cheney's own role in the leak of CIA officer Valerie Plame Wilson's identity. This is the first suggestion that Cheney himself talked about disclosing Wilson's wife's

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AP

Recruits are training to fight Iran, one of the four countries that rule the fractured Kurdish people. And although they belong to an organization officially outlawed as terrorist by Washington, they appear to be operating unhindered either by Iraqi-

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by Dan Froomkin (Washington Post)

Scooter Libby acknowledged in November 2003 that he and Vice President Cheney may have talked in July about whether to tell reporters that Valerie Plame worked at the CIA bolsters Cheney being behind this whole sordid tale.

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Harpers

Given the desperate situation in Iraq, the CIA's Baghdad station chief needs to be an exceptional manager who can marshal the agency's forces and work closely with the US armed forces. Unfortunetly, several sources have informed me that the

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by Justin Raimondo (AntiWar)

Libby is named in the indictment, yet it is the vice president who is really on trial here. It wasn't just Scooter out there planting stories in the media discrediting Ambassador Joe Wilson, implying that he'd been sent to the African nation

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AFP

Several American and Australian intelligence agents are in Mindanao to monitor terrorist activities, military sources here claimed yesterday. "Mindanao is crawling with CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation)

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by Justin Raimondo (AntiWar)

58% of the American people believe the government manipulated intelligence in the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, i.e., they believe government officials lied in order to drag us into war. They have been way ahead of the politicians, the "expert

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AP

A fired CIA employee, who collected prewar intelligence that Iraq was not developing weapons of mass destruction, can continue with a lawsuit challenging his dismissal, a federal judge has ruled.

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Canadian Press

Patients were put in isolation, tied down or drugged, and subjected to hours and hours of taped recordings meant to brainwash them at the behest of the Central Intelligence Agency. They were subjected to massive electroshocks, experimental drugs and

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