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Obama's first response to CIA spying shouldn't be to praise its director
Obama's first response to CIA spying shouldn't be to praise its director

Whether he knew about it long ago or not, CIA Director John O. Brennan doesn’t come off looking good now that an internal report has found that his agency had done the very thing that he has been insisting all along it could not possibly have done: spy on the Senate committee that was looking into the illegal detention and torture of terrorism suspects during the George W. Bush administration. An investigation by the CIA’s inspector general found that CIA employees improperly hacked the computers of Senate staff and brought inaccurate allegations to the Justice Department that the Senate Intelligence Committee had obtained certain documents illegally. These are grievous...

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