Domestic Spying: CIA Admits It Broke into Senate Computers; Senators Call for Spy Chief’s Ouster | Stillness in the Storm

 

(Stillness in the Storm Editor) The following is an article from 2014 detailing a CIA operation to spy on the U.S. Senate. What purpose the spying was for, at the time, was not known. However, due to recent disclosures provided by Wikileaks, we know that blackmail is a staple within political circles. This case is yet another data point to support what conspiracy realitists have known for some time.

by Jonathan S. Landay and Ali Watkins – McClatchy, July 31st, 2014

An internal CIA investigation confirmed allegations that agency personnel improperly intruded into a protected database used by Senate Intelligence Committee staff to compile a scathing report on the agency’s detention and interrogation program, prompting bipartisan outrage and at least two calls for spy chief John Brennan to resign.

John Brennan testifies before the Senate (Select) Intelligence Committee hearing on his nomination to be director of the Central Intelligence Agency, February 7, 2013 in Washington, D.C. (Pete Marovich/MCT) MCT

An internal CIA investigation confirmed allegations that agency personnel improperly intruded into a protected database used by Senate Intelligence Committee staff to compile a scathing report on the agency’s detention and interrogation program, prompting bipartisan outrage and at least two calls for spy chief John Brennan to resign.

“This is very, very serious, and I will tell you, as a member of the committee, someone who has great respect for the CIA, I am extremely disappointed in the actions of the agents of the CIA who carried out this breach of the committee’s computers,” said Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., the committee’s vice chairman…

Source: Domestic Spying: CIA Admits It Broke into Senate Computers; Senators Call for Spy Chief’s Ouster | Stillness in the Storm

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