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Fresh update on "central intelligence agency" discussed on Advice Line

Advice Line

00:35 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "central intelligence agency" discussed on Advice Line

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Fresh update on "central intelligence agency" discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:05 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "central intelligence agency" discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So let's go back now. We're gonna cover another. Just quick spy gate up there because, you know, I'm not confident that the O J. You know that people ask me who's gonna wind up in handcuffs and nobody's going to jail? I don't know. I wish I knew. I am not an insider in the swamp. I am an outsider doing the best I can to press your everyone to do the right thing. But I could tell you yesterday on a sliver of good news. I'm not suggesting this is like everyone should celebrate. Pop the Veuve start drinking the champagne and wine. I'm not saying that I'm just saying in a bit of good news, John Door, um Special counsel assigned to investigate, spiking again in the giving hits File has zero hits to give and is trying to drop the hammer on at least one of the people involved in the targeting. Check out this piece in the Washington Examiner. This is good, A piece of good news. No celebrations. It should have been a piece of good news. Jerry's done leaving Washington Examiner Up in the show notes again today. This piece we want to read it. John Dorman, ex FBI lawyer duel over prison sentence for five The email deception I'm gonna give you this summary. In a nutshell. First and I'll walk through what happened. So remember in the spy game case, there was an FBI lawyer. That FBI lawyer was asked to look into Carter Page Carter Page was a foreign policy adviser on the Trump team. Carter Page had had some contact with Russians a very simple story. That contact with Russians. Ladies and gentlemen, was at the request of our intelligence community. Was using Carter Page is this source. Everybody dig. In other words, Carter Page was doing his patriotic duty as an American to nail some Russian spies. Wouldn't it be kind of crappy job? Wouldn't you think if you were working for the U. S government, intel community trying to nail Russian spies and in another government agencies trying to prosecute you for chatting with Russian spies? I'm just throwing that out. There sounds kind of like a terrible thing to do. No. Well, that's exactly what happened in this case. FBI lawyer was tasked by another FBI agent to check to see if Carter Page is contact with these Russians was legitimate on behalf of our government, or was some shady activity and when the Central Intelligence Agency got back to the FBI lawyer and said no. This guy's a source for us. That's why he's talking to these Russians. The FBI lawyer altered the email, too, right? He was not a source kind of a bad thing to do. So what's the development? Why are we talking about this now? Because this FBI lawyers trying to snake his way out of prison. Oh, my gosh. My reputation his room. Spare us the crocodile tears, brother. Michael Flynn, Patriot. Hero. Red blooded American patriot had is not only his life but his financial life, his family's life, his wife's life, his brother's life and anyone who touched them. Their lives ruined and I didn't see anybody in the media crying crocodile tears for him so hard pass. It's one thing to be merciful. It's another thing to be stupid. Adora min. The hits file is giving exactly zero hits. What do I mean? Let's go to screen shot number one. So client Smith, the FBI lawyer who doctored the email, is trying to get out of jail time. Special counsel John Dorm saying No, no, no, thanks. Here. This is in the paperwork they found. Yes, sir. This is from dorm. The judge. The government respective respectfully submits that a sentence of incarceration. That is at least between the middle and upper end of the sentencing guidelines is appropriate warranted, Dorm said. This case is outside the Heartland of typical cases under false statements, charges and such a sentence would reflect the seriousness of the offensive again. And my patent John Door, Um, on the back of my getting my celebrating. Are we crack in the bottle of 1942? No, I'm just telling you folks when there's good news, there's good news, and we should ignore it. This is a good thing. Or miss say, Not only is this guy going to go to jail of which up to us? Georgie. Catch it, he said. Not only go to jail, but we want the sense to get the upper end of jail time. Good. Good. Thank you. Quite Smith, of course, who doctored the email clients was still trying to weasel his way out of this. Here's their response. This is from clients. Ms. Lawyer, the FBI lawyer, the FBI lawyer's lawyer. He says. Significantly, however, Kevin Kline Smith did not knowingly lie about the relationship between individual one and the other government agency, the CIA. When Kevin informed the agent that individual one Carter Page was not a source, he genuinely believed he was conveying accurate information client. Smith's lawyer also contended. Really? Folks, I'm not going to go into all the inner wonkery of the case, but I'll leave you if you believe this. I've got a bridge in Palm City near my house to Saya. Super cheap. One more Forum. So we get this like Ping pong door. Um, client Smith back to dorm door. I'm still not having any of this, but I crack in the champagne. But this is gonna storms like that. We don't care. No, thanks. Check this out. Good for door and by the way, lay in the hammer pulled Orum here. Oram said, quote. To the extent that client, Smith argues that he's already been punished due to loss of employment, and it's possible this barman due to this felony conviction. These circumstances should not mitigate his sentence because these collateral consequences are entirely the result of his own wrongdoing. Hey, Kenny Bell time. Love you catty bell there, you're going to stop. You always have to stop anybody but good for you. Dorms like I don't really care. Ladies and gentlemen, I'm sorry. I believe in forgiveness. Forgiveness requires some form of repentance and repentance requires some point form of punishment. And they just legal season render unto Caesar What is Caesar's render unto God, What is God's? Although we're not living under Caesar. Thank the Lord. We are living in a constitutional republic. Kevin Kline Smith broke the law. I'm sorry, but I care very little about Kevin Kline Smith, running his own reputation and potentially being disbarred is a lawyer because he was too foolish to do the right thing. And he did the easy thing. Good for John Door. Um, we'll see what else he gets..

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Fresh update on "central intelligence agency" discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:08 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "central intelligence agency" discussed on TechStuff

"Was an inherently dangerous vehicle. That was poorly constructed and in fact alleged that lockheed had bribed officials in order to win the contract to make but then there were other places that said no. We've never lost a single aircraft due to some sort of operational error so it all depended on who was doing the flying. i guess So it certainly is controversial. Then there's the the rb sixty nine also neptune via now. Here's the crazy thing about the neptune. There are two different types of neptune's. Okay so the us navy has neptune's and these neptune's our maritime Survey even surveillance they they just they. They monitor and fly over oceans. Losing control of the just patrol right. That's all it is so it's not necessarily like a heavy combat type thing. Just does these patrols. Well this this. Neptune was designed to look like the navy's neptune but instead of being operated by the navy they were operated by the central intelligence agency in the united states. I just wanna take a moment to say. Thank you to all the men and women in the cia who always try very hard to keep us safe and a promise. I'll be good. Obviously one of those organizations known for being super secret. i mean. that's why it's your job. That is literally their espionage. Is high up there. They are all about material surveillance which means like direct surveillance whereas the nsa the national security agency which we've talked about before is all about Electronic surveillance and signal surveillance so cia. They wanted to have the opportunity to do some surveillance missions with aircraft and There there were so many of these these navy neptune's in use that they were built something that looks like a navy. Neptune people will be like. Oh you know it's a navy for its aircraft role it's everywhere no one's gonna pay any attention. We're perfectly fine. We can hide in plain sight of the navy said. Hey hang on there buddy if one of those planes shot down that means you're going to blame us the us navy because you're not going to come forward and say that was our plane and the cia said yup and the navy said you. You can't thanks. paint your our planes. Thanks so they look like from a from a just a body standpoint they look identical they are identical to these other and the other types are to seven neptune's that's the navy's aircraft. The is the rb sixty nine so they look from a superficial level identical. Although each of those seven planes that was built that were built for the cia by hand by hand looks different and is outfitted with different equipment. They can do different things like one of the things. They wouldn't occasionally do is drop leaflets. Onto countries to try and promote. You know resistant exactly. So you know it wasn't always some sort of actual direct combat issue so there were a couple that had some sidewinder missiles so the work were ready for combat if it was necessary but none of them ever entered combat. I believe someone were shot down but none of them. I think into into a combat mission. Yeah i the seven that were built for the cia. Five of them have been lost either. Shot down or we don't know least we don't know listen. I don't know and his told us. Yeah there's public information about what happened. Like one of them disappeared over china for example and there's no information that is publicly available about the fate of that aircraft. Technically the fate of the other two is not known to the public as well as the two the two surviving ones. We don't know where they are. They could be doing anything right now. I think there. With ben bullen and alex do you probably the the those men in black have to get around somehow right so we don't know what those two surviving aircraft are doing..

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:52 min | Last week

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It wasn't called information operations. People have a letter like this and say that I was right about 13 30. This'll is intelligence matters with former acting director of the CIA. Michael Morale. Back to intelligence matters. I might go morale today we have with us. Sumi Terry, a senior fellow in Korea at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Former analyst on Korea at the Central Intelligence Agency. So super me. Ask about North Korean intentions here and let me kind of break it into two sub questions. The first is, How does Kim Jong un's see us? And has that changed at all? Do you think in the last four years and second? What does he see? Do you think as the strategic purpose Of having nuclear weapons and I, C B M is to deliver them. Well, let me answer the latter question first, because it's easier to answer. I think from Kim Jong un's perspective where you've North Korean perspective, they pursue nuclear weapons for very long time. This program really began in the fifties and the continuing sixties and seventies eighties. It did Christian for very long time because they see it as the ultimate deterrence right against the United States. Even a superpower like the United States cannot Attack North Korea If they're armed with the ultimate weapon, nuclear weapons, so they pursue nuclear weapons for determines perspective they want. I think what they truly want. There's overarching goal is it's reaching survival. Nuclear weapons served their purpose because they can with nuclear weapons. They can deter United States or any other threat. Nuclear weapons. Also give Kim gentleman and right now in North Korean regime legitimacy, you know, docs say so railing card like they can also with nuclear weapons rally, the people it also in case this was also pride also for the North Koreans. It also justifies or the deprivations that those crazy people have to go through because they have like At least our nuclear weapons power. It also gives North Korea prestige. I mean, what is North Korea without nuclear weapons? It's 100 word, he said. Seventh eight bank economy in the world without nuclear weapons. What? What is it? I mean, nobody would pay attention, so they have influenced in regional, Ferris or possibly World affairs because they have nuclear weapons. Finally, I would say they also you know, in terms of conventional power, they've already loss to South Korea and South Korea's ultimate rival state that exists just south of the board. So in that rivalry, you also need to have nuclear weapons. That's that. That's the only way they can also beat South Korea if you will, so their whole host of reasons why they've been pursuing nuclear weapons. Inductive your first question on how the North Korea sees United States. I think fundamentally off course, United States is number one threat. They called United States and number one hostile country to North Korea. But I think they don't trust the Americans. I had North Koreans actually tell me this in 1.5 track meetings. That even when they have a deal with the United States, they know that the administration change and the policy could you know, change. They had this experience under the Clinton administration. They had 1994 agreed Framework. Kim Jong Il was suppose even country, United States or Clinton was. Let's go to the North Korea actually to have a meeting. But time ran out in the Bush administration came in and from North Korean perspective pushes musician Pursuit of so called hard line policy and everything fell apart. Which is, of course not true, because we also found that at that time around 2002 that North Korea was presenting Iranian enrichment program separately, but they're so they're funding. There's a fundamental trust issue on both sides. They don't trust us. And obviously we don't trust them because we had. You know, this is multiple administrations. We have tried almost everything under the sun when it comes to North Korea. Bilateral talks, multilateral talks. We had agreements with North Korea, so I think that the trust deficit between United States and North Korea This is intelligence matters. I'm Michael Morel. We're talking with Sumi Terry, one of our nation's leading experts on Korea. So, so I want to get to what you think we need to do. Visa VI, North Korea, But one can't in my mind put together at least an effective strategy. If one doesn't know What the goals and objectives are right of that strategy. So what do you think Those should be? What do you think our policy objective should be? Visa VI. North Korea, is it? Just denuclearization, or is it broader than that? How do you think about the goals and objectives question? It's really hard because I think we should not give up to interpretation as a goal seeking congregation off North Korea as the goal, But I'm not sure if it's achievable because I think it was. Everybody can agree that North Korea is not going to Give up their nuclear weapons. I don't see a scenario in which they will give it up, even maximum sanctions, you know, place on North Korea. The most we can get out of North Korea is some sort of a deal that capital program what elite is say they'll give it up, but we know they have some nuclear weapons and they keep them and that's okay with us. I mean, that's so that's a realistic uh Goal, but I think I think that's something still worth pursuing The older term. I do think we need to pay attention to potentially seeking unification of the Clinton. It's not that they were actively seek it. It's up to the two Koreas, obviously, but I think we need to think strategically about whether you know if unified Korea is in United States interests, which I do think It is. So that's sort of a long term goal that we should, you know, keep in mind. Okay. So with all that as background, right, what do you think we should do? What should be our strategy. What should be our approach? What would you advise a president Biden to do about North Korea. So it's North Korea. For the listeners. I, You know, it's resetting the obvious, but it's truly a difficult case. So even the most well intentioned folks can't come to an agreement. We've been working towards having some sort of deal with North Korea for many, many years, and.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The Central Intelligence Agency in December nineteen forty seven the New World of intelligence was very different from the one Virginia had previously been a part of communism was the enemy now and is one of the server put it Joseph Stalin made Hitler look like a boy scout urging you wanted desperately to become an operative again willing to undergo whatever training was necessary but a defense to age forty one she was looked upon as old school her skills were updated and her aggressiveness was offensive to the younger men who were her superiors her experience was dismissed it's not after all she's been through and all the sacrifices she gladly made once again Virginia hall didn't fit in Fiji had merry go you know in nineteen fifty a French American she had met toward the end of the war she accepted mandatory retirement from the CIA in nineteen sixty six and sheen pong moved to a farm in Barnes town Maryland they raised gardened together Virginia died in nineteen eighty two I'm going followed five years later she was never bitter about the fact that her career had begun or ended and she would have light brother's urging you tend to remember the magnificent days in the middle of the days when her clever mind and brave heart help defeat fascists bent on world domination special thanks to Judy Pearson by.

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Why are oil prices dropping?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:42 min | 9 months ago

Why are oil prices dropping?

"Late last week. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC a cartel of thirteen major oil producers met in Vienna OPEC agreed to cut their total output by one point five million barrels. A day an attempt to stabilize the price of oil in the face of slumping demand Bright US situation. We have over two subtitled. The market is necessarily OPEC non-opec something for the OPEC needed to sell this pact to Russia which is not a member of the organization but has generally seemed an amenable ally in recent years. We are hoping that I share Is Very Important member. They've been working with us for a very long time. And I think we understand each other. Now we look forward to To good meeting I cannot see. Us Not agreeing. Because that's very important for the market and everyone is keen. Not this time. Russia refused to cut its production by way of retaliation. Saudi Arabia opened. Its taps further and offer discounts on top Saudi production. Next month will be at least twenty five percent higher than Saudi production last month. Russia then threatened to increase its production to a record. Eleven point eight million barrels a day. The consequence of the unleashing of these cases was that oil prices plummeted further and faster than any time since the first Gulf War in nineteen ninety. One the barrel of Brent crude he bought for nearly sixty dollars just two weeks ago. You couldn't sell for more than thirty six bucks today. Don't WanNA check his prices. Because this plunge US remarkable folks it was on reports that Saudi Arabia slashing prices and increasing supply this after talks with Russia collapsed prices down more than twenty two percent earlier today the biggest loss since launch of the Gulf War. If one takes an extremely narrow view of this. It's not altogether bad news. Indeed the world's preeminent narrow view taker. Us President Donald Trump tweeted on Monday as oil prices charged towards the earth's core good for consumer gasoline prices coming down. The broadview was somehow condensed into the reply to this tweet by twitter. Use a cold. Michael Hayden ought to extend to him. His full title retired Four-star. Us Air Force General. Michael Hayden former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency. Hayden spoke for many in the US and elsewhere when he tweeted simply pithily. Oh my God it is of course far from the first time that president trump has done a convincing impression of a self involved illiterate simpleton who has absolutely no idea what is going on or what he's talking about. So what are we looking at here? More specifically what in the wide world of sports is Russia playing at especially since its economy in recent times has been so reliant on the price of oil staying on the high side where. Russia is concerned. One should never rush to discount the possibility that they're just winding everybody up but Russia may also have spotted an opportune moment to strike at a potential rival America's shale oil industry. The fracking of the United States were already running up immense debts against expected future discoveries and anticipated future earnings bargain-basement oil prices could finish more than a few of these companies off prior to a recovery. Yesterday some oil explorers like dental petroleum of Houston saw their share prices have Russia may also be biting back against American sanctions against Russia's energy sector last month Russian oil giant Rosneft helmed by Longtime Vladimir. Putin Associate Egos session was punished for transporting Venezuelan crude. I'm sure there will the efforts to get around the sanctions already. Rosneft is doing this. For example by changing the names of ships or ship to shift transfers to try to hide the Venezuelan origin of oil. It remains to be seen how long Moscow can outstay a Riyadh while Russia cannot compete with Saudi Arabia's production nor is it as reliance on oil to function oil revenues thirty seven percent of Russia's budget compared to sixty five percent of Saudi Arabia's Russia has suggested that it might be open to renewed talks with OPEC whether these happen or whether anything comes of them or not. This would not be the first time that Russia has chiefly pursued a policy that hurts Russia. As long as it hurts everyone else. More

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House holds hearing on killing of Iranian general

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:08 min | 11 months ago

House holds hearing on killing of Iranian general

"A house hearing today on the U. was killing of Iran's top military general was it justified lawmakers heard varying views first from April Haynes former deputy national security adviser and former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency we would not have had the legal basis for taking action against solo money in a rock without their consent without it being an imminent threat and they want to know what that imminent threat is and nothing that's been said really back set up former national security adviser Stephen Hadley on the other hand with a differing view I don't know what the imminent means in many contexts but it seems to me we were in the middle of a pattern of escalating attack on American personnel a diplomatic and military and it sounds demented enough to me to justify a strike either way democratic senator says he has at least fifty one votes to support a bipartisan resolution asserting that president trump must seek approval from Congress before engaging in further military action against Iran senator Tim Kaine of Virginia says the Senate could vote as soon as next

House holds hearing on killing of Iranian general

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:08 min | 11 months ago

House holds hearing on killing of Iranian general

"A house hearing today on the U. was killing of Iran's top military general was it justified lawmakers heard varying views first from April Haynes former deputy national security adviser and former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency we would not have had the legal basis for taking action against solo money in a rock without their consent without it being an imminent threat and they want to know what that imminent threat is and nothing that's been said really back set up former national security adviser Stephen Hadley on the other hand with a differing view I don't know what the imminent means in many contexts but it seems to me we were in the middle of a pattern of escalating attack on American personnel a diplomatic and military and it sounds demented enough to me to justify a strike either way democratic senator says he has at least fifty one votes to support a bipartisan resolution asserting that president trump must seek approval from Congress before engaging in further military action against Iran senator Tim Kaine of Virginia says the Senate could vote as soon as next

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Have reached the office of public affairs for the Central Intelligence Agency we appreciate your call unable to take your call please leave a message thank and just Alicia just all right bio and one control freaks people are captured now here or a human drama and is conspiracy it's basically an intergalactic invasion into this space for people I'll tell you what all the what they warned when we have a lead.

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Ex-CIA officer to be sentenced in China spy conspiracy

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-CIA officer to be sentenced in China spy conspiracy

"A former CIA officer who pleaded guilty to an espionage conspiracy with China faces sentencing Jerry Jones Xing Li who spent thirteen years as a CIA case officer will learn the length of his prison term today in a federal court in Alexandria Virginia prosecutors are seeking more than twenty years behind bars for the fifty five year old he pleaded guilty back in may two in espionage conspiracy with China the government says Chinese intelligence officers gave him more than eight hundred forty thousand dollars and that he likely gave them all the information he had for his time with the Central Intelligence Agency but Lee's lawyers who are asking for a ten year sentence say prosecutors never prove that the money came from China or that he ever carried out plans deliver government secrets Matt small Washington

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Pompeo 'listened in' on Trump call with Ukrainian president; Giuliani subpoenaed

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Pompeo 'listened in' on Trump call with Ukrainian president; Giuliani subpoenaed

"Let's start with this big big story of course which has to do with the whistle blower and room and the whistle blower testifying and the whistle blower is an official with the CIA and then Mike Pompeii of the secretary of state who was supposedly among the officials who listened in on that July twenty fifth phone call between the president and the Ukrainian president that is the information that was released by the state department on Monday there was a disclosure that ties to the state department more closely than originally thought in this house in each man in Korea that's where that all came out so Pompeii is participation the call wasn't reported before that and it was one of the newest developments related to the controversy centering on the repeated urging by the president that the Ukrainian president cooperate with Rudy Giuliani who of course is the president's personal attorney and Attorney General William Barr on investigations into Joe Biden his democratic rival and of course his son hunter who had ties to Ukrainian energy company so Monday the house committee's subpoena Giuliani turned over all the documents related to any communications with the trump administration about his efforts in the Ukraine as well as any other documents and then they have a duty. eight on that of October fifth two teens there's another due date flying around up there at the end of the week more documents related to the phone call have to be produced by Mike Tom tale but of course then the rob is well who signs the subpoena and how much teeth is there in the. enough so it it's it's interesting that the Ukraine is the is the focus and it's it's where we sit at this point because remember there are comments that Pompeii made at the United Nations General Assembly meeting and he didn't mention his participation in the call but said that the complaint was filed by someone who had secondhand knowledge. and just days before that he said he opposed releasing the record of the call. and said that he would defer to the White House on whether to do so or not so he's kind of dance around that you've got three house committees foreign affairs intelligence oversight. that did subpoena him for documents and said he has until October forced to produce them the committees are going to depose the former US ambassador to the Ukraine the US special envoy to the Ukraine the Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian affairs you get it I mean there's a whole bunch of people related to where information the information final would be who are going to be part of the people that are being subpoenaed and compelled to testify where it ends up in and what the whistle blower has to say is is really more than the curiosity now it is at the heart of the matter and if the whistle blower who is expected to testify soon in the house will they protect the identities probably going to protect the identity of the whistle blower it hasn't been made public except for just say it's a man who works for the Central Intelligence Agency the Wall Street journal was talking about that and the house is waiting for the whistle blowers attorneys to receive security clearances and then they'll move forward they say they're going to get the unfiltered testimony of the whistle blower and that they're taking all precautions to protect his identity but you know how that is I mean I these identities get can get leach proved he pretty pretty easy but it's not clear how the whistleblower would testify without risking exposure I mean how do you do that I can think of many instances where where the thought was that you were protected and then you you weren't but there certainly would be secure rooms and there would be rooms available on Capitol Hill where they would give the whistle blower that anonymous. he is getting you know given that the the anonymous presence that they're seeking but still it began with the people that are that roam around those those quarters I think it's pretty tough I think I'd be pretty tough I I really I do and you you have to sneak them out of the building you would have to do that you have to cordon off the area is to get the men you'd have to get people in and out of buildings without being identified but of course when you have a group of people the exposure just kind of ratchets up and this is gonna be one to watch because here's what I'm betting. I'm betting that is going to be next to impossible to protect the whistle blowers identity and the longer this drags out I think the harder that becomes because the speculation continues and listen there's reporters with deep ties who've cover Washington for a long time and who specifically have covered the CIA and the state department and who's to say that there's some people who don't know who that is and it somehow. does not leak

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Saudi Arabia, Norwegian Government And Dadi discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia, Norwegian Government And Dadi discussed on Risky Business

"Want to take you live to also in no way, where Palestinian activists was warned by the Norwegian government of a possible against him from Saudi Arabia is holding a press conference for the very first time. This is E at L, but Dadi who was sold the threat had been passed onto Norwegian authorities by the US Central Intelligence Agency. He was informed. They could be several reasons why Saudi Arabia with target him yet. Daddy was granted asylum in Norway four years ago, and a critic of surgery this conference had been Sal. In closing like to express my gratitude to the region security services for the care

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Improprieties at the Central Intelligence Agency. And the White House is reportedly going over military plans against Iran. The New York Times reports that the top defense official presented options to the Trump administration which includes sending one hundred and twenty thousand troops or more to the Middle East if Iran attacks American forces or increases its work on nuclear weapons, well three people are under arrest following a scary, home, invasion, robbery, overnight, two men and a woman who knocked on the door of the home on Elland off. Vance Jackson were lead in and they pulled guns and stole several items, including the victim's car from the driveway. Police spotted at moments later initiated a chase. And the car wreck on I ten and Callahan. The suspect ran off but were spotted by a police helicopter and quickly captured. The third suspect was arrested on four ten and Jackson Keller driving a car that was also stolen all three face multiple charges. Pregnant woman is dead after being shot by an officer trying to. Arrest her in an apartment complex outside Houston. Baytown police said the incident happened last night in which the officer was patrolling the complex and came across the forty five year old woman who he knew had outstanding warrants in an attempt to arrest or a struggle, ensued. And the officer used his taser on the woman, but is he attempted to handcuff her? She grabbed his taser and used it on the officer that led to the officer grabbing his gun and firing multiple rounds at the woman striking her at least once the woman was pronounced dead at the scene witness video of the shooting has been circulated on social media. And the woman can be heard saying she's pregnant that Bill that would have allowed companies to not do business with same sex couples if their religious beliefs oppose the concept has been revived in the state Senate Senate Bill nineteen Seventy-eight we'll be reported favorably to the state Senator Brian Hughes's companion house Bill thirty one seventy two kilt on a point of order in the Texas house last Thursday, the Bill before the committee ensures that an individual's religious beliefs are protected from discrimination. That's obviously the heart of the Bill. A Bill refers to the protection of religious beliefs and moral convictions, regarding marriage LGBTQ rights groups opposed legislation. Rabbi Kelly Levy, no person should be turned away from a business or refused. Demands license or denied healthcare because of who they love at the capitol. Chris FOX, News Radio twelve hundred w Texas parks and wildlife department is announcing its first time ever weakened of free fishing for police officers statewide on may eighteenth and nineteenth anybody with an active..

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Tony Mendez, the CIA spy behind Ben Affleck's Argo, dies aged 78

Business Beware

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Tony Mendez, the CIA spy behind Ben Affleck's Argo, dies aged 78

"This spy who's top accomplishment was the basis of the Hollywood film Argo is dead. USA's? Chris Barnes has more on the story. Ben Affleck had portrayed him in Argo. Tony Mendez died on Saturday out of assisted living center in Frederick, Maryland. At the age of seventy eight Mendez was a twenty five year veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency, and the man who did disguise himself as an Irish filmmaker to smuggle six State Department employees out of Tehran during the Iranian hostage crisis. That success became the real life event that inspired the Oscar winning film Mendez suffered from Parkinson's disease in recent years

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Bristol-Myers bulks up cancer portfolio with $74 billion Celgene deal

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Bristol-Myers bulks up cancer portfolio with $74 billion Celgene deal

"Dismissed or quit depending on whose version of events. You follow? Officially Tom dependent gone will continue to do what it always does. It will stand on a wall on defend this country to the Admiral Stavridis, some what if you could just sort of use your navel and strategic background in the context of China and a book that you have recommended called on desperate ground, and what we should take away from reading this book by Hampton sides about China and understanding them, not only from a military and trade perspective. But from a political and cultural perspective. Yeah, terrific question. The book is about the Korean war, and it's a cautionary tale for modern times. Right. In other words, we know what? War on the Korean peninsula, would look like hundreds of thousands if not millions dead that was before there were nuclear weapons involved. So a we ought to take the cautionary message and be we ought to. Remember when China's back was pushed to the wall by MacArthur with US troops surging north. They responded they responded hard. They pushed us all the way back down that peninsula. We should not underestimate China's will in a military conflict. So I wouldn't say we're quite on desperate ground yet between the US and China, but skirmishes lead to wars we need to be very cautious and careful in how we deal with China. So what is the scuttle butt among your colleagues and other officials in an outside of the military about the future of the United States role in the Pacific. We need to remain engaged to walk away from the Pacific takes away from the economic engine of the earth on the other hand, we have got to find a modus Vivendi with China, and I'm particularly concerned this week with the exchange of messages, if you will between president gee of China and president sigh of Taiwan in their New Year's messages. They went back and forth about unification that could be a real flash point in twenty nineteen. That's been relatively quiet over the last decade. I, of course, identified you Fletcher school. And of course, you exited tufts and Fletcher school here after five years herding cats known as a faculty, and I would love to know within the vogue of international relations. What was your biggest surprise for students within the international relations after five years? It's Fletcher it is so in now to do international relations. What's your message to students undergraduates graduates, and their parents who want to pursue are? Number one by far is that international relations gives you an opportunity to serve to serve your country eventually in the military, but in the diplomatic core at the Central Intelligence Agency. In international business is a form of service engaging globally provide service to the world, and I'll close by saying our students focused in particular, Tom on his shoes of equality, globally and the environment, and it's very idealistic space for students to be in. And I think is a very powerful one in today's world. Thank you so much greatly. Appreciate it writing for Bloomberg opinion as well. Former NATO supreme allied commander as well. I thought his insight there on Taiwan is fallen beneath radar. That's over though. It's on a lot of people's radio. But within the markets that we folk. Focus on that was really suggested a geography lesson to get out and just start plotting the actual distance between China Taiwan and South Korea and North Korea and Japan. It looks a lot smaller than the Gulf of Mexico, and I talk about book here. Please my book of the summer, folks. Robert Kaplan, Robert d Kaplan, the return Markle's polo world, and if you're really motivated, his previous book Asian cauldron is about the geography, Mr Fox just talks about how can we think about these issues? If maybe we know the map, but even better if we actually understand the distances between these different countries and putting you're so right about that difference between Formosa from another time and place in China as well futures a negative twenty four Dow futures negative to thirty eight the yen one oh, seven seventy four. Now, let's go to Mr Michael Barr and find out what's happening in the world. Mr var. Thank you, ma'am. Thank you, Tom. The new members of congress will be sworn in today. Democrats will take back control of the house while the Republican majority in the Senate grows by two in total. One hundred twenty seven women were served in the one hundred sixteenth congress being sworn in today. Do members include several I such as the first two Muslim women from Michigan and Minnesota they'll take the oath of office on a Koran that belonged to Thomas Jefferson. We'll also see the first native American women and the first African American women from several states US ambassador met with Paul. We learn the American arrested in Russia accused of espionage wheelin, a former US marine is being held in one of Russia's most notorious prisons global news twenty four hours a day on air and then tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg com. Kabar? Thank you so much again futures negative twenty four Dow futures negative to forty three lifted yields off yesterday to sixty four in the ten year thirty year bonds still under three percent two nine six percent. This is Bloomberg. 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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"You're listening to beyond reality radio. We're just getting started on this late Wednesday night edition of the program. Jason and JV have the week off enjoying a bit of vacation, Bruce markesan, that's my name, and I'll be the guest host tonight and tomorrow night as well. Our guest this evening is Christopher Fulton. Who has written the new book just out of November? It's called the inheritance poison fruit of JFK's assassination. Christopher Fulton once had possession of the closest physical evidence to president Kennedy's fatal head wounds and was also the first person since Robert F Kennedy to listen to JFK secret recordings in the Oval Office. Now, Christopher was born in nineteen sixty five just outside of Washington DC, and he could have been accepted at the US naval academy. But instead went into commercial construction, and actually I worked out very well. Well, he became very successful in that industry in Vancouver British Columbia, and then at the age of thirty three really during the height of his success. Christopher was extradited and spent years in federal prison for his possession of physical evidence in JFK's assassination. We're going to talk about all of this over the course of the two hours of our program tonight. We do. Welcome to the program. Christopher fulton. He joins us on beyond reality radio. Christopher welcome to the program. How are you? Good, sir. Thank you, Bruce. Appreciate you. Having me on. Let's begin really where the journey of the story for the book began and that was with the death of Evelyn Lincoln. She was JFK's secretary pick up the story of how do you get involved from that point? Well, first of all let me just give you some details quickly here. I've only can was president Kennedy secretary for twelve years that was when he was in the Senate and when he came. The White House, and he was she was the closest person to him on a daily basis outside of his brother, Robert Kennedy and subsequently she was the one that would they came into possession of all the the Kennedy Oval Office materials, the recordings, and and of course, through Bobby Kennedy says secret investigation into his brother's murder the firsthand physical evidence it was involved in his investigation. So I became involved answer. Your question. She had passed away in nineteen ninety five and did not wish these materials to fall into possession. Order the guys if any federal agency the NSA or the Central Intelligence Agency you or the FBI or even the JFK library or any of the above. So she she will these materials to a private citizen who she trusted and ensured that they would be at some point being able to release to the American public, or at least they'd be seen. And this person was named by Robert white. Rob way was a close personal friend of mine at the time this happened. I was contacted and we looked at book of these materials for the American public and a museum for the American public, which neither one of those things were allowed happened. So he was not related to Evelyn. He was just a friend. Well, he was a lot more than that. It's been a lot of time getting to know each other and trusting each other, and as as time went on, I guess Evelyn, she she and her husband had no family of their own and decided that he was the right person to go ahead and end up have these materials and to ensure that they would remain safe and beat the end and then be disclosed at the appropriate time. But of course, that didn't that didn't happen that way. And your friends with Mr White. And that's how the evidence came to you. Yes. That's correct. We were friends. And of course, he we both lovers of history. And he contacted me to review all the materials look over them with him. And then to a book on this which I was involved under contract with him to do that. And also he wanted to open a museum for the American public. But that the book was not allowed to happen that the museum was not didn't didn't go. Well, wasn't really going to be allowed to happen either. And. This is very long procedure. But it I can start going over it as we as we as we went through these materials and realize what we were what we were dealing with. I was initially contacted about it by ceases which is a Canadian intelligence service to let me know what I had was direct evidence that contradicted the story which. Fictional story of this aspiration with Robert Kennedy had used to prevent a nuke exchange with Russia following the his brother's assassination. And and then they contacted the CIA to let them know what was going on their affiliates and CIA, and then Robert white was contacted five President Reagan who was in California asked him to come out to his office. And then was briefed about all this with him saying that. Bobby Kennedy's evidence said he didn't know he was under the secrecy act in any way. And of course, the interested parties have testified twenty four this assignation records where people were under President Clinton. And they would be looking at confiscating these materials and classifying them. Now, you mentioned that the book and the museum and the way you worded. It was kind of interesting. They were not allowed to happen. Kind of implies that somebody stepped in or am I reading too much into that? No. It's. Oh, that's fairly accurate. I I realized that the some of the materials that I I physically had that I had purchased from him at the time. Direct evidence out in the assassination actually, the closest physical evidence to president Kennedy's head wounds that were used by Robert Kennedy time to determine what had happened in in Dallas. So I thought the best course of action and this was to contact the family and get the get that evidence back the family. I did. So in nineteen Ninety-six. I contacted Caroline Kennedy through subsidies. Warranty. Whiteman was the vice president there at the time. And then he he he handled the Jacqueline Jackie Onassis sale. So I thought it was the best thing to do is to contact the family and get this back to them. Now, she came in and out of New York, and she spent about an hour or so reviewing this in private, and then they said that told mister Whiteman and she had to confer with her uncle Ted Kennedy about this. And and wanted to do it, privately, of course, no transfer took place, and I was given no direction at that time. So that was. That left me somewhat in a precarious position. And that's this moves forward. We we started to make this public in in nineteen Ninety-seven in late ninety seven ninety eight in New York. Donald Trump was involved in that and bringing some of this stuff to Trump Tower to show the public there was an auction. If is taking place so that we could get some of this out and discuss some of this openly with the with the press, I was asked to do interviews on CNN and Katie Couric, which I turned down, of course, it'd be evidence was presented on those programs. But I didn't I didn't wanna talk about it specifically. And then when that happened we had the Justice department get involved and make they came on board and said, this isn't going to happen. They they made by Robert Whiteside private agreements with their with the Justice department and with the Kennedy family, and then of course, came in and confiscated on numerous occasions materials. He had both of us were put on a. Security oversight offices radar and said that we had matters of evidence of national security concern, and this material was not to be made public, and we weren't allowed to own it possess. It even though this has come through a court process. The Justice department took a position that that wasn't that wasn't legal. The the barrels were supposed to be confiscated under agreements that Bobby Kennedy had made back in nineteen sixty four Nick nineteen sixty five. And obviously, we knew that that wasn't true that as we review these materials, we knew that this materials that we had Bill outside of those agreements. And of course, JFK junior realized that at some point two he got involved with his lawyer. And so the Clinton's lawyer get involved with this. But the. The evidence that I had in my position was such that they weren't gonna let me testify in front of the AARP. Robert white was subpoenaed by the Justice department, and that subpoena was very inclusive, but I I was compelled to testify as well, but they weren't gonna let me do that. So they so they issued a seal warn indictment for a tax position that happened to six years prior. And then brought me in under that. Now, did you meet Caroline Kennedy face to face? No, Caroline Kennedy. Did not want to discuss this with me. The I'd given them some heads up on this material and she came in right away. And and had a private meeting at Sotheby's like I say about an hour, and when that took place, she took them with her and laughed and gave no direction to me at that point. So I that's the only contact. I had prior to JFK junior attorney contacting me and nineteen ninety eight. I didn't have any more information from or any direction from the family whatsoever. So you never heard what Ted Kennedy thought about it. I didn't know though in Mike my court case, he was Paul Kirk who was the head of the what's his attorney and headed up, but the library there. He was on all my materials. So they knew what was going on with me at all times. But the I I got no direction from for Ted Kennedy. No. Did you feel that the people that you reveal this to initially were they skeptical? Did they look at you? Somewhat of scans thinking you're looking to exploit the situation. How was that initial tree? Well, of course, my Turney who is a in the marines. Formerly in a very smart dog. Man had had informed me that this could be looked at as a as as a black male situation for them. And of course, that that's why I went through subsidies and the way that we did we we'd drew up private agreements, and he was entered into a very with the the bro them acting as a broker in between this. So that would not be construed as such and the very careful to do that. Because if I had but handling a different way, it it very much could have been construed as a possible blackmail angle, or I could have been working for somebody and so forth and so on. So we were very careful on how that was handled. But again, even with all the in between and the brokerage brokerage of this and handling it in such high regard. They they gave me no direction at that time. At that point. Did you kind of regret that you had obtained this evidence for Mr White to do think I've gotten into a situation here that is not ideal? Absolutely. I mean there there's no doubt about that. I I was in possession of of key physical evidence in the assassination of the president of the United States, the evidence that Bobby Kennedy had used as the attorney general to just to quantify what had happened to his brother..

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That's eight six six eight four four seventy three forty four. Saturday night in the Big Apple the spotlight was on former first lady Michelle Obama, Michelle Obama was the star of a sold out appearance at Brooklyn's Barclays center, the arena has nineteen thousand seats. The former first lady greeted the crowd Brooklyn. And she had a message. We are telling ourselves are being told that we need to be afraid of people who don't look like us who don't speak the same language. It was part of the former first lady's national book tour interest was so great that she is set to return on the nineteenth of December. Dave Schreiber ABC news. New York, Bill Lacey is the director of the dole institute of politics at the university of Kansas. He worked extensively with Bush, forty one Lacey spoke to ABC's EJ Becker about his relationship with H W. Billy see worked for vice President Bush as a political adviser while serving in the Reagan White House, and he was a major force in both of forty one's presidential campaigns. He says a public service record like President Bush's is rare these days service in the government ambassador to the United Nations as director of Central Intelligence Agency. And then advice person president. He really it's a remarkable. Amount of public Lacey says the one term president will be remembered as a genuine and likeable man in Washington, DC, EJ Becker, ABC news, Kansas City. This is ABC news. It's time.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To Washington at alliance state at the capitol rotunda Monday to Wednesday before a state funeral at the National Cathedral. Mr Bush be buried at Texas. Am university. Among those remembering the longtime public servant, the director of the dole institute of politics at the university of Kansas. Philly see worked for vice President Bush as a political adviser while serving in the Reagan White House, and he was a major force in both forty one's presidential campaigns. He says a public service record like President Bush's is rare. These days service in the government ambassador to the United Nations as director of Central Intelligence Agency. And then as vice president president, he really it's a remarkable amount of public service Lacey says, the one term president will be remembered as a genuine and likeable man in Washington DC, EJ Becker, ABC news, Kansas City, saying the Russians tried it. Again. Speaking at a defense form in California Defense Secretary James Mattis revealed the Russian government attempted to influence, the US midterm elections. He tried again, the muck around in our elections. This last month. The secretary's comments come as President Trump cancelled a formal sit down meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the twenty summit in Argentina. The Kremlin is currently detaining two dozen Ukrainian sailors after seizing several ships in the curse straight secretary. Mattis told the audience there is quote, no doubt that the US. Russia relationship has worsened Elizabeth McLaughlin. ABC news, senior valley, California and Florida Broward County supervisor of elections Brenda Snipes is fighting her suspension over the recount vote. The elections office attorney Bernadette Norris weeks. We should be entitled.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"The more. I read about this. The more Gross-out excuse me. I am by this story. Also in the story as far back as twenty fifteen John Brennan. Director of the Central Intelligence Agency on the Barack Obama. Yeah. The founder of the corrupt feasts John Brennan is having these director level meetings with people they're getting intelligence from UK officials. What are they getting intelligence on a dinner? Mike Flynn was of just a Russian happen to be there. Do you notice how these key Russians? Keep appearing around people who were Obama administration enemies and later, the Trump team and influence case someone who later appeared in the Trump team these Russians keep appearing around them at its use later on as evidence of some kind of collusive activity. This these Russians keep up here everywhere. But the information somehow keeps getting back to the Central Intelligence Agency, which it say to you, and our intelligence outfits that Fe folks, this is some kind of a setup do. Now, also does it make sense why Lieutenant General Flynn became a target of Obama during the transition? Remember this story. This is important. Obama has a meeting with President-elect Trump the White House. There's one specific person out of all the conversations they could have Joe one specific persons. Name comes up Obama says the Trump. Hey, don't hire this guy. He's real trouble. Who's the guy? My in my voice because he knows Mike Flynn knows everything. Flint's the DIA director. He has access to this stuff Flint probably realizes he was the subject of some activity targeting him by his own government. So we'll bomb begs Trump not to hire Flynn. Trump does higher Flynn hires him as the national security adviser. What happens just days after he's hired. Sally Yates known Obama bootlicker and butt kisser shows up at the White House. She's the deputy attorney general at the time and says, hey, President Trump excuse me. We got a problem. Somehow, we have this Rick recording and transcript the Mike Flynn talking to the Russian ambassador Kislyak. Wow. How do you have that? Oh, yeah. We unmasked him. Oh, you dad you basically wiretapped your national security advisor? That's interesting when he was when he was in the in the transition process. That's fascinating. How that happened? So we have this transcript of Flint talking to the Russian ambassador, and it doesn't exactly marry up with what he told AFP B I agents in an interview. So he could be the subject of a bribery trap blackmail trap. Choose me. Which is nonsense total complete utter nonsense. That's a fabricated nonsensical story. How is he going to be the subject of a black male trap? If the Trump administration and Flint already knew what he said may have had forgotten. Some of the details put the details were irrelevant towards blackmail. It was already going to be Trump administration policy. Anyway. And what happens they dismissed Mike Flynn? Mike Flynn is later arrested and charged and prosecuted on charges of lying to the FBI. Despite the fact that the FBI themselves say, they don't believe he was being dishonest..

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Communicate with the international space station and funnel drone footage to the Central Intelligence Agency, elemental national security contracts weren't the main reason for the proposed acquisition, but they fit nicely with Amazon's government businesses such as. As the highly secure cloud that Amazon web services AWS was building for the CIA to help with due diligence a W S, which was overseeing the prospect of acquisition hired a third party company to scrutinize elemental security, according to one person familiar with the process, the first pass uncovered troubling issues prompting a w s to take a closer look at elementary main product, the expensive servers that customers installed in their networks to handle the video, compression, these servers were assembled four elemental by super micro, computer, Inc. A San Jose based company commonly known as super micro. That's also one of the world's biggest suppliers of server motherboards the fiberglass mounted clusters of chips and capacitors that act as the neurons of data centers large and small in late spring of two thousand fifteen elementaries staff. Boxed up several servers and sent them to on -tario Canada for the third party security company to test. The person says nested on the servers motherboards the testers found a tiny microchip not much bigger than a grain of rice. That wasn't part of the board's original design Amazon reported the discovery to US authorities sending a shudder through the intelligence community elemental. Servers could be found in department of defense data centers the as drone operations and the onboard networks of navy warships and elemental was just one of hundreds of super micro customers during the ensuing. Top secret probe which remains open more than three years later. Investigators determined that the chips allowed the attackers to create a stealth doorway into any network that included the altered machines. Multiple people familiar with the matter say investigators found that the chips had been inserted. At factories run by manufacturing subcontractors in China. This attack was something graver than the software based incidents, the world has grown accustomed to seeing hardware hacks are more difficult to pull off and potentially more. Devastating promising the kind of long-term still access that spy agencies are willing to invest millions of.

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Why allergies aren’t nuts at all

Barsky Radio

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Why allergies aren’t nuts at all

"National epi pen shortage remains unresolved as kids return to school. Impacts nearly six million children in the United. States who assumed dollar allergies that means roughly two in every, classroom with, kids headed back to school discipline efforts shortage is really unacceptable Lisa Gable says, the recent food allergy in research education survey shows eight out of ten people said they couldn't fill prescriptions for lifesaving Ephron she says if you're affected by the shortfall visit heart our make that. Health mart dot com defined an independent pharmacy that might have epipens in stock or, ask your, doctor to prescribe different brand Gable also says Bannon emergency use your expired auto. Injector if it's all you have and then call nine one one to get follow, up

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White House revokes ex-CIA chief Brennan's security clearance

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

White House revokes ex-CIA chief Brennan's security clearance

"Trump has followed through. On. His proposal, disturbed former national security officials of. Their security clearances White House press secretary Sarah Sanders. Read a statement from the president announcing that one. Frequent critic of the president would no longer, have security credentials is ahead of the The executive branch and commander in chief I've unique constitutional responsibility to protect the nation's classified information including. By controlling access to. It, today in. Fulfilling that responsibility I've decided to revoke, the security clearance of John Brennan former director of the, Central Intelligence Agency

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Gina Haspel confirmed as first female director of CIA

Global News Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Gina Haspel confirmed as first female director of CIA

"Clinton was trying to pressurise companies not to deal with cuba it worked for him a you leaders when they announced these measures tomorrow will hope it works for donald trump and this kind of language that they using about the us decision to pull out of the deal calling it beyond a joke how serious is this rift between the us and e you is there a relationship now rock bottom well let's cowardice stick at the moment as well because on the one hand we hear this language it sounds particularly from donald tusk is a top diplomat the president of the european council who's usually a mediator he's choosing these words deliberately you know he also said that the us administration is capriciously assertive with this policy not just on a rom but trade tariffs as well i think the hope is by uniting it does sort of media diplomacy that the message gets to donald trump about how seriously they're taking this and on the other side the same we want to continue this tight transatlantic bond at the same time so just a step back from it the second the hope is that there's a breather there's a few weeks before anything serious could happen with the european companies being affected on the the around deal but as lead us leave the summit behind me we'll be on most of the the leader's minds you what happens next on this around deal gavin lay the us senate has voted in favor of donald trump's nominee for the director of the central intelligence agency gina hospital will be the first of a woman to lead the cia but her appointment has been controversial from washington here's correspondent gary o'donoghue offer bruising process the senate voted fifty four to forty four to confirm gina hospitals nomination a cia director a margin that could have been a lot tighter given her controversial background during questioning in front of the senate intelligence committee she was repeated depressed over her attitude to the so called enhanced interrogation techniques used by the agency after the nine eleven attacks mishaps bull ran.

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Nicaraguan opposition talks with President Daniel Ortega

Rush Limbaugh

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Nicaraguan opposition talks with President Daniel Ortega

"If they meet next month's pyongyang has threatened to cancel the talks if washington continues to press for its unilateral nuclear disarmament this report from john sopo from a president who's always been quick to react and quick to retaliate today there's been absolute restraint the manager of the white house seems to be keep calm and carry on and do nothing that could inflame tensions with north korea ahead of next month's scheduled summit they're likely to be more bumps ahead but there's absolute determination that loose talk whether from pyongyang or washington shouldn't be allowed to derail this historic summit tongues have begun in nicaragua between president daniel ortega and the opposition and make new clashes and antigovernment protests across the country local media say at least one person has died and many of us have been injured in confrontations between protesters and riot police the unrest began a month ago when mr ortega socialist government introduced unpopular pension and social security cards more than forty people were killed the chief executive of the aid agency oxfam in britain mark goldring is to stand down at the end of this year the charges come under intense scrutiny since allegations emerged earlier this year of sexual misconduct by it staff in haiti in two thousand eleven bbc news the chief executive of facebook mark zuckerberg has agreed to meet members of the european parliament to answer questions about the companies use of personal data the head of the legislature antonio tajani said mr zuckerberg could be in brussels as early as next week cobra has already testified before the us congress on goal is sovereign wealth fund is applied to a british cord to order banks to reveal information about accounts held in its behalf this is the five billion dollar funds latest move in a dispute with its former boss the son of angola's expresident josie eduardo santos giuseppe lamented does santosh was sacked as head of the fund after lorenzo became president last year vowing to radically nepotism and corruption the us senate intelligence committee has voted in favor of president trump's nominee to lead the central intelligence agency gina hospital if confirmed by the full senate she would be the first woman to lead the.

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Delta plane from Detroit evacuated at Denver after smoke fills cabin

Frank Beckmann

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Delta plane from Detroit evacuated at Denver after smoke fills cabin

"Committee chairman of north carolina alana republican senator richard burr addresses critics who point to hassles role in enhanced interrogation after nine eleven those who have issues with programs or operations conducted years ago should address those concerns in their questions to former presidents former directors and former attorney general's this hearing is about how you'll league the central intelligence agency into the future not how you faithfully execute admissions in the past delta flight eighteen fifty four from detroit to denver filled up with smoke the plane was coming in for landing everyone kind of looked around the flight attendants said there smoke the cabin filled with smoke and had a really talks a chemical smell all the passengers got off the plane on the exit slides before the plane got to the gate delta says some of them may have suffered smoke inhalation one person was hospitalized according to the denver post the search resumes for the remains of several missing detroit area girls one of those girls kimberly king missing from warren in nineteen seventy nine she was at a sleepover with her friend left the house and never returned police think kimberly and other girls were killed by arthur ream a convicted rapist and murderer reim killed cindy's zaki of east point in nineteen eightysix reimb led police to the location of a remains ten years later here's a clip of rim telling police where they could find the body during his confession to police actually like hopped the back fence and didn't go home and then i just went in my house so the next morning i was expecting her to be back at my house that's the best friend of kimberly king the admission from rim said go up north avenue and it's right there and he pointed to a map and that's worth authorities are searching now in mccomb tom gibb searchers have set up a grid on part of the wooded property wjr news time ten oh three here's steve courtney sports good morning once again my friends tigers beat.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Native to be the next director of the central intelligence agency lots of controversy and opposition to her there was an intriguing letter signed by more than fifty former top national security intelligence officers including six former cia director's and three former directors of national intelligence and two former secretary of state all going on the record to support gina hass bowl as the new director wall street journal's jerry sivan where ms hassle will face tough questioning today and how she plans to respond president trump has withdrawn the us from the socalled iran nuclear accord the program designed to curb and track iran's nuclear activity in remarks at the white house yesterday the president said he planned to institute sanctions against iran and said the us would sanction any nation that helps tehran pursue nuclear weapons as well as us in foreign companies and banks that continue to do business with iran it is clear to me that we cannot prevent an iranian nuclear bomb under the decaying and rotten structure of the current agreement new york democratic senator chuck schumer who oppose the agreement in two thousand fifteen the right thing to do would have been to try and come up with our allies within agreement on those issues and let the nuclear part of this continue as is because it's not being violated in any way the administration has complained that limits on iran's ability to enrich uranium are set to ease in eight years under the accord officials said the iran sanctions suspended under the agreement snapped immediately back into effect meanwhile in response on iranian lawmaker said today that the country is planning to increase spending on its ballistic missile programme get some analysis now for matt makoviac republican strategists columnist for the washington times and host of a podcast called mac on politics matt your reaction well this has been in the world in some ways it's not surprising talked about was a candidate basically foreshadowed it twice before six months america that's the three months i giving iran and the european allies to try to renegotiate it which i think wellheads something that did it just never revealed could never get factory agreed to but this is a striking moment you know some days what what it does is it takes ciaran challenge from being something that trump could blame obama for two now big something that'd be owns himself and.

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Unofficial results show Hezbollah gains in Lebanon elections

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Unofficial results show Hezbollah gains in Lebanon elections

"Thank you karen now five seven on wall street will the president take the fifth the latest now from bloomberg's michael barr good morning to you good morning bob donald trump's lawyers says he's leading against making the president available for an interview with special counsel robert muller in the investigation into russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election former new york mayor rudy giuliani told abc's this week such an interview would be a trap they don't have a case on collusion they don't have a case on obstruction which is why they're asked me all these cockamamie questions about what do you feel what do you think giuliani said that despite trump's openness to meet with special counsel miller he would strongly advise against it president trump's nominee to lead the central intelligence agency offered to withdraw her nomination according to a report in the washington post there were concerns that a debate over a harsh interrogation program return gina hospitals reputation and that of the cia bologna and trump is taking a step further into the policy ring with an announcement today ever policy initiatives the overall wellbeing of children is the focus on the first lady signature issue hawaii's killilea volcano has destroyed at least twentysix homes as it continues to spew lava and toxic gas new york senator chuck schumer is calling for the food and drug administration to immediately danny cigarette flavored gears towards the younger people the schumer study by the centers for disease control warns that teenagers and children are increasingly using e cigarettes schumer said it is especially high here in new york one in five new york high school students have smoked cigarettes in the last year double the national average which is eleven percent here it's over twenty sumer said flavors like candy and cookies appeal to younger users and lead to nicotine addiction the official election results are expected to be announced today in lebanon bloomberg's donna creche has more from beirut lebanon i parliamentary elections in nine years under a new law based on proportional representation it's meant to better represent the country's complex demographics analysts expect the iran backed hezbollah group and its allies to win islam majority likely third of the seats beirut donna courage boomberg daybreak global news twenty four hours a day on tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries michael barr this is bloomberg john sorry bob thank you very much michael it is.

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Gina Haspel offered to withdraw nomination to head CIA before confirmation hearing

Tim Conway Jr

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Gina Haspel offered to withdraw nomination to head CIA before confirmation hearing

"Cuffs a baby girl has been killed by a family dog and sherman oaks cops say that the girl was mauled by a dog at about three thirty in the afternoon yesterday on benefit street there were three dogs in the homes not clear which one attack the girl or if more than one were involved in the attacks all three were taken by animal control officers apparently they're gonna use dna to try and figure out which dog was responsible officials in hawaii say there has been a lull in seismic activity near the killer way of volcano but civil defense administrator talmadge magnum says the danger is not over eight bent kinda lineup linearly and they all the material coming out from all connected says the frequency of earthquakes has gone down in the quakes are caused by magma flow along with gas pressure underground at least twentysix homes have been destroyed by the lava flows president trump's nominee to lead the central intelligence agency as offered to withdraw her nomination amid concerns of debate over a harsh interrogation program gina hassle says the debate would tarnish her reputation and that of the cia revelation comes from two senior administration officials speaking on condition of anonymity to the washington post today assholes involvement in cia program of brutally interrogating terror suspects after nine eleven has been questioned her confirmation hearing what set for wednesday still is california democratic representative adam schiff says if special counsel robert muller issues a subpoena to president trump he would need to comply with it his legal defence for the president seems to to be a bit orthodox is start out by saying you can't believe the president of the united states that's our defense so when he says things you just got to discount them trump attorney rudy giuliani says they don't have to comply with the potential subpoena from the.

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Report: Gina Haspel offered to withdraw nomination to head CIA before confirmation hearing

Leo Laporte

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Report: Gina Haspel offered to withdraw nomination to head CIA before confirmation hearing

"The bodies of a man and woman in a motel in fresno the police chief says the bodies were near the bathroom door of one of the rooms at the motel six people found friday were wearing respirator masks cops say there was some type of chemical making process going on inside the room but homicide investigators have not ruled out the possibility of suicide or accidental death president trump's nominee to lead the central intelligence agency has offered to withdraw her nomination amid concerns of debate over a harsh interrogation program gina hassle says that debate would tarnish her reputation and that of the cia revelation comes from two senior administration officials speaking on condition of anonymity anonymity to the washington post today hassles involvement in that cia program of brutally interrogating terror suspects after nine eleven has been questioned her confirmation hearing is wednesday here is that a republican senator john mccain has apparently told the white house not to send president trump to his few general mccain says he wants vice president pence to come instead mccain is eighty one years old and has brain cancer he is in arizona recovering from an intestinal infection surgery and apparently planning his own funeral traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center.

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Free to speak, Ex CIA chief John Brennan: CIA does not break 'laws'

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Free to speak, Ex CIA chief John Brennan: CIA does not break 'laws'

"I remember that into your quite well because there are a lot of people took issue with it and i have been rather frustrated over the years by people claiming that the intelligence community nsa nothing's break the law and i was making the point that everything that cia and nsa does is consistent with the law and so when we go out and collect intelligence overseas it may be breaking the laws of other countries because we're engaged in espionage but it's wholly consistent with us law so in other countries does the cia still secrets sure yes they do in other countries but against stealing is not what we do here in the united states you know because people were concerned about what we're doing visavis american citizens and on us soil cio has been accused in the community has been accused of killing people as well we don't kill and so i was trying to make the point that we don't break the law has carried out targeted assassinations in its history carried out drone strikes that have killed people does never been involved with that at all absolutely not you're denying it i've saying that well if there was such a program that would be a covert action program would be something that wouldn't be acknowledged by the agency or by by me so but my point is that if the had such a covert action program it would be done wholly consistent with us law and so when people say that the tortured i take issue with that as well because when carries out these code action programs it requires a presidential finding it requires the the highest legal body in the executive branch which is the office of legal counsel partly justice to determine that that program is lawful and so when officers are accused of killing or torturing or stealing all these things that violate u s law i pushed back hard so if there are some officers who like the tagline of we steal secrets fine let them have it but my point is if ever violates the law they should be held to account for it and the people who do that should be held to account john brennan former director of the central intelligence agency thank you thank you this is npr news in early october of last year us troops were ambushed by islamist extremists while on patrol in asia for americans and for nigerian soldiers were killed in the fighting the.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The same phd program at harvard that produce version ski before me mr globalist and he's backed into the obama administration whereas all his proteges and they're all in the mainstream news media monitoring for war against russia is it this historically the first time that we've had both parties frosting lee anti russia i mean is that why it's so bad that that that the triumph of the global lessons brzezinski was getting a democratic party to become just rabidly anti russia well what you're saying is correct alex but it's a bit more complicated than that in that know i spent ten years studying russian history in soviet politics at the university of chicago and harvard and was qualified to teach all subjects to undergraduates at harvard i pass my phd orval general exists russian expert but the bottom line is in ten years of studying this i only had two professors who at harvard in chicago why thought were fair reasonable and balanced one came to the russians in the soviet union it turns out alex that what happened is after world war two the department of defense and the central intelligence agency set up all these soviet russian research centers that for the purpose of qualifying professors like me an expert with atm's and phd's in these areas to be used as part of the cold war against the soviet union and that that was a generation ago and then filters down to media pundits and tv's shirts where do you see this what do you see this going repeat what show far trump has resisted the war mongering against russia and the demonization of president putin which i think is the correct thing to do these these comparisons about putin to hitler like mrs clinton and all the democrats and the democratic oriented newsmedia warmongering up propaganda that is extremely russia's not invading any countries it's hillary that invaded about your country's instead i came i saw he died last person i heard that was invading libya was hitler so if anybody's like hitler it's hillary i think she's pretty close to it yeah which is which is why he invaded the same invented the same country hitler she invited the same country hitler did in any of that hitler did invade north africa well he did that's correct comparing him to hitler i mean she's the one that has the hitlerian comparisons here.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Dossier not very crowded central intelligence agency director and agency with a lead responsibility role in the verification a foreign intelligence fat with the last time i checked christopher's field mata us right he foreign intelligence that but the fact that he's from a friendly country the united kingdom makes no difference at all he filling the challenge of bath but for the central intelligence agency by the way and christopher steel it's not his information field getting the information from russian source for you to believe that the central intelligence agency is not going to somehow get involved in the authentic in authenticated the ethics and some of the information coming from russian his beyond disbelief right i mean the fact is it brennan queens they have nothing to do with this is just incredible i can't believe that he's still speaking at the store right there surveilling people for the who are on the trump campaign but not christopher steel and the russians he speaking with kind of crazy stuff so it's it's insane it's up to make any fat so element it also susan rice we've got new new reporting yesterday the thanks to chuck grassley a letter that was released um is saying that she memorial lies day a conversation that she allegedly have on january fifth in the oval office with the present the united states she waited until january 20th that's inauguration day of last year to declare that obama was telling everyone in historical to do the russia investigation quote by the book why would she sent an email like that in the waning min of that administration well i'm putting a book together on this literal book on i've been uh i've been flipped more than like six hours a night for the last month or so investigating this case in one of the.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Oh and then by the way the fbi begins one of the most significant counterintelligence investigations in us history after that he's guy has serious liability here for engaging in this and he thought cable news like he you know whistling past the graveyard mean he's the one i think in this entire thing who understood he was limited in its intelligence capacity to investigate he's not a law enforcement officer so what did he do he's the one who likely prod the fbi and jim call me to get bob and that's why if you listen you watch all is cable news hit he's always throw in jim colmey under the bus because he's he's the snake and he's trying to back himself out of this thing but in may of 2017 he was under oath in you claim that when he was under oath he denied knowing who commissions the dossier but if he previously in in august of 2016 so almost a year earlier gave information to harry reid then you're alleging that he had to have known who authored the dossier knock your mary crowded central intelligence agency director an agency with a lead responsibility role in the verification of foreign intelligence fat which where time i checked christopher's field mata us right he they'll foreign intelligence that but the fact that he's from a friendly country the united kingdom makes no difference at all he fill in the challenges for the central intelligence agency by the way and christopher heal it's not his information field getting the information from russian source for you to believe that the central intelligence agency is not going to somehow get involved in the authentic the ah in authenticated in the ethics and some of the information coming from russia.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"The central intelligence agency cannot investigate a us citizen on us soil for violations of us law that is they are analysts they are not law enforcement i don't care what you've seen tv with jason born or whatever in the movies i know a lot of you know this i'm not in any way trying to not villainess people don't a lot of us don't some dome the central intelligence agency is in no way a law enforcement entity non can the let me just be clear this show the analytical side the people analyze intelligence information and the law enforcement side there's not a wall between them but are there is definitely a mechanical difference between how those operate the central intelligence agency cannot arrest anyone they have zero law enforcement powers at all somebody had to push the fbi to start an investigation against donald trump and his team why because they were u s citizens you cannot start a counterintelligence or criminal investigation against the us citizen with out fbi involvement who did that we've been told twenty different stores papa dopoulos started it with the downer thing that the in the london bar which by the way i can at this status i going to get to that second a check marked we've been told that it all started with carter page his trip to moscow for his meeting with these rushing all lagarde's it never happened we only took a trip to moscow the meetings never happen.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"North korean equivalent of the central intelligence agency according to documents at edward snowden louise thank you trader snowden several years ago american created cyber electronic warfare weapons were deployed to disable north korean missile attack that was at best only partially successful indeed both sides he cyber as a way to gang tactical advantage in their nuclear and missile stand on one south korean lawmaker last week revealed that the north had successfully broken into the south military network steel war plans including those for the decapitation in the north korean leadership in the opening hours monu korean war there is evidence that pyongyang of planet socalled digital sleeper cells in south critical infrastructure and the defence ministry said the cyber sleeper cells that could be activated the paralysed power supplies military command control network the north is not solely motivated by politics it's the most famous cyber attack came in 2014 against sony pictures bill largely successful effort to block the relief of a movie that her eyes mitch kim but what has not been disclosed until now is that north korea's also act into a british television network computer years earlier to stop up at from broadcasting of drama about a nuclear scientists kidnapped and pyongyang's once north korea counterfeited crude 100dollarbill to generate hard cash now intelligence officials estimate the north korea republids and millions of dollars a year from ransomware digital bank highs online video game cracking and more recently hacks of south korean bitcoin exchanges one former british intelligent chief estimates estimates.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"To work at the central intelligence agency are with a handful of exceptions a patriots aimed at lawfully doing what it is that the president directs them to do and i've been here now uttered and fifty two days and every person that i i've met has been singularly focused on serving president trump on serving america on doing their job in a way that has ilan and professionalism and with expert nece that will serve our country incredibly well are you looking over your back with the other agencies though because the leak parade has been extraordinarily long and granular i mean the washington post piece i reference earlier has got to have fourteen sources that at all who probably broke the law when they talk to the post post it embarked below right the story but you know how that works what about the rest of the government i can only say this way and i would say all of president trump's government is incredibly focused on both stopping lakes of any kind from any agency and when they happen pursuing them with incredible vigor lebanon i think we'll have some successes both on the turn side that has stopping them from happening as well as on punishing those who we catch who have done it soon and counting on it over what let's talk a little bit about the the threats that are arrayed against america now because you're in a unique position to talk about those and i'd like to go through them and i got five sunni extremism sheer extremism north korea russia and the prc that like to go through the in that order on the sunni extremism isis and related groups alshabab whatever they are in the united kingdom there are twenty three thousand suspected jihadis and people are moving around the globe how much of a problem do we have here at home that your foreign intelligence permitted activities cast light on even though that's up to the bureau to protect us from what do you think is the scope.

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"central intelligence agency" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"central intelligence agency" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"One the director of the central intelligence agency so named was also in charge of the entire community even tells us and that includes the national security agency that does signals ingelligence there the guys who intercept conversations and and whatnot the defense intelligence agency that focuses on defence capabilities and strategy and a number of other organisations the drug enforcement they all have intelligence components and until two thousand one the head of the cia and what i was there at this point was george tenet he was is in charge of old though community congress in in after nine eleven with a nine eleven commission decided that was both too much responsibility in a gia the chain of command was too broad so they created another office called the director of national intelligence and they said you know the head of cia is too much to do at cia to also knit together this community your job as the dni the director of national dozes is did you the community thing and they embedded within the national intelligence director a national counterterrorism center and they told us one of the reasons that eleven happened or one of the precautions to prevent it from happening again is to make sure every wednesday talking to each other so the national counterterrorism center was made up of guys like me cia people but also fbi agents dia officer people from the all aspects of the intelligence me all in one place all with access to the nations of the sum total of the nation shannon's information and did not have it's a desired results but still work in progress we just celebrated her tenth anniversary i think we have made a lot of progress communication among the various agencies is better we have to understand it's not just a matter of data that belongs to each organisation but cultures that developed that are very different it's hard for an fbi officer to talk to a cia officer with a through in in different cultures.

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