Newer News: April 2007
March 2007 Intelligence News
- Life, Liberty and Wikipedia by Mike Nizza, New York Times, The Lede, March 22. "The Open Source Center, based at the C.I.A., has cited Wikipedia material in profiles of three key figures in South Asia, Secrecy News says."
- Senator Roberts Honored at CIA, CIA news release, March 19. "CIA Director Michael V. Hayden presented the Agency Seal Medal to Senator Pat Roberts on March 16 in recognition of his 10 years of service as a member and chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence."
- Attention turns to CIA in Foggo case by William Finn Bennett, North County Times, March 11. "The recent indictment of the CIA's No. 3 man, Kyle "Dusty" Foggo, for alleged acts of corruption has a CIA watchdog calling for tighter supervision of employees and contracts within the intelligence agency."
- FBI Press Conference with Director Mueller on IG Report on the Use of National Security Letters, March 9. "The report identifies serious deficiencies in our tracking and internal controls with regard to the use of this tool."
- FBI Response to Inspector General Report on National Security Letters, March 9. "The Inspector General conducted a fair and objective review of the FBI’s use of a proven and useful investigative tool," said Director Robert S. Mueller, III, "and his finding of deficiencies in our processes is unacceptable."
- Lawsuit: CIA censored whistleblower, United Press International, March 8. "A new lawsuit alleges the CIA blocked a former employee from releasing information about the relationship of the CIA with a suspect foreign national."
Older News: February 2007
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