The CIA Then and Now, and the Role of Dick Cheney

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Today, the CIA released 693 pages of reports about 25 years of illegal activities during the 1950's, 60's and 70's, a report nick-named "Family Jewels." It tells of illegal wiretaps and domestic surveillance, assassination plots and human experimentation. CIA Director, General Michael Hayden, calls it, "a glimpse of a very different time and a very different Agency."  What are the differences -- and similarities -- between then and now, with Dick Cheney the President's "go-to guy" on intelligence?


Barton Gellman - staff writer at The Atlantic - @bartongellman, John Prados - Senior Fellow at the National Security Archive, Melvin A. Goodman - Senior Fellow at the Center for International Policy, Reuel Marc Gerecht - Foundation for Defense of Democracies - @followFDD

Warren Olney

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