Wednesday, February 9, 2011

At CIA, mistakes by officers are often overlooked

The Washington Post published a story about the lack of accountability at the CIA on February 9, 2011. The CIA failed to punish some of its officers whose mistakes led to the imprisonment and death of innocent civilians. In particular, the CIA often fails to punish the senior managers responsible for these crimes.

“We’ve seen instance after instance where there hasn’t been accountability,” said former Senator Christopher Bond.

One former CIA officer called the lack of accountability “catastrophically corrosive.”

Nevertheless, our government still refuses to make them stop. They are still doing the same things to me.

This must end.

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