Monday, April 24, 2006

Gulag USSA

Ordinarily, the fact that some CIA agent has
broken his or her oath of secrecy would not cause
much disturbance outside the unhinged James
Angleton types who make up some portion of any
intelligence community. Surely, out of tens of
thousands of employees, this is something that
happens with regularity.

But Ms. McCarthy's case is different, and it is
of interest to the world. She is responsible,
reportedly by her own admission during a furious
round of polygraph tests, for information
supplied to The Washington Post concerning the
CIA's vast secret prison system.

Have you had any friends or relatives missing

Read it all.