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Hissyspit Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-10-06 07:03 PM
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Memory Hole: List of CIA Inspector General Investigations (Terrorism...)
*** List of CIA Inspector General Investigations
exclusive: Allegations concerning lying to Congress, trafficking drugs, dumping hazardous material into the Potomac, concealing terrorism-related information, unauthorized interrogation techniques, child porn, fraud, etc.
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>>> This heavily redacted list shows the closed investigations conducted by the CIA Inspector General from the beginning of 1997 to October 2004. It was obtained by researcher Michael Ravnitzky via FOIA.

Material - such as the closing memo or final report - on any closed investigation can be requested under the Freedom of Information Act.

Recurring themes include mishandling of classified material or information, child pornography, theft or misuse of government funds, fraud, retaliation, impersonation, mishandling of weapons, misuse of government computers and phones, conflict of interest, etc. (Keep in mind that the CIA IG, like all investigative bodies, investigates allegations which may or may not turn out be true.) Some of the more intriguing investigations listed:

Lying to Congress - Allegations (3/10/1997)
CIA Activities in the Honduras in the 1980s (3/24/1998)
Alleged CIA Experiment on Brain (4/1/1998)
Misleading Congress on Human Rights Abusers (11/23/1998)
Allegations of Biological Experiments in Viet Nam (1/14/1999)
CIA-Contra Cocaine Connection (1/19/1999)*
Allegations of Drug Trafficking (3/22/1999)
Wrongful Death of Former CIA Officer (9/15/1999)
Missing Hand Grenades (date redacted)
Dumping Hazardous Material into Potomac at CIA HQ (2/9/2000)
Unspecified Iran-Contra Allegations (2/22/2000)
Bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade (3/2/2000)
Allegation of Misleading Congress (11/17/2000)
Unclassified Network Intrusion (2/27/2001)
Omission of Facts From Official Reports (4/25/2001)
Possible Propaganda Using Agency Employees Names (6/27/2001)
Alleged Concealment of Terrorist Related Information (9/25/2002)
Allegation of CIA Involvement (2/4/2003)
... Claim of Anti-Military Sentiment at CIA (2/6/2003)
Possible Compromise of a CIA Program (5/13/2003)
Alleged Failure to Timely Exploit Terrorist-Related Information (5/16/2003)

Alleged Pedophile (5/20/2003)
Weapons Shipment Incident (9/30/2003)
Unauthorized Interrogation Techniques (4/12/2004)
Potential Unlawful Raid on Premises (6/14/2004)
Deadly Force Incident in Iraq (7/1/2004)
Allegation of Abuse by Iraqi Female Detainee (7/8/2004)
Allegations of Questionable Intelligence Activity (9/3/2004)


* This most likely refers to the CIA Inspector General's investigation resulting in the report "Allegations of Connections Between CIA and the Contras in Cocaine Trafficking to the United States." The last volume of the report - the unclassified version of volume 2 - was released on 08 October 1998 , so the date given on the list - 19 January 1999 - is a little puzzling, but perhaps it took the CIA IG three months after the last volume's release to officially close the investigation. The next investigation on the list - " Allegations of Drug Trafficking" - might have been part of the CIA-Contra-cocaine affair, or something different.

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ShortnFiery Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-10-06 07:06 PM
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1. Letting this go ... no follow up is
just plain tragic.

So wrong ... and tragic.

I hear you Hissyspit, with all the other Winston Smiths in the USA as we hang our heads in shame for the Psychopathic PsOS we let into our Executive Branch. :cry:
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Hissyspit Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-10-06 09:10 PM
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