Ray McGovern

intelligence analyst turned political activist

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A retried 27-year analyst for the CIA, Ray McGovern is a co-founder and steering group member of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, a group of former intelligence officers formed to speak out on the use of intelligence to justify the war. He now works on the ecumenical project Tell The Word in Washington, which tries to spread the truth about what our country is doing in light of the faith tradition.

Ray McGovern on KCRW

The former CIA analyst discusses his time in the agency and how he believes intelligence was used to wrongly justify wars.

Ray McGovern: Faulty intelligence

The former CIA analyst discusses his time in the agency and how he believes intelligence was used to wrongly justify wars.

from Scheer Intelligence

New disclosures from National Security Agency files show contact lists from Americans’ e-mail and instant-message accounts are being scooped up.

Edward Snowden’s Revelations Keep On Coming

New disclosures from National Security Agency files show contact lists from Americans’ e-mail and instant-message accounts are being scooped up.

from To the Point

Last night, it was  60 Minutes  and tonight it  '  s  Larry King Live , in
a publicity blitz for George Tenet'    s new book,  At the Center
of the Storm .    He claimed the…

Former CIA Director Tenet Goes Public

Last night, it was 60 Minutes and tonight it ' s Larry King Live , in a publicity blitz for George Tenet' s new book, At the Center of the Storm .   He claimed the…

from To the Point

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