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  • After Words with John Kiriakou
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    After Words with John Kiriakou

    Former CIA officer John Kiriakou talked about his life in the Agency, both before and after 9/11. Mr. Kiriakou played a key role in the capture of Al Qaeda associate Abu Zubaydah and also aided…

  • After Words with Frederick Hitz
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    After Words with Frederick Hitz

    Frederick Hitz talked about his book Why Spy?: Espionage in an Age of Uncertainity (Thomas Dunne Books; April 15, 2008). In his book he presents his thoughts on the current state of American espionage. Mr.…

  • Torture and Interrogation Tactics
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    Torture and Interrogation Tactics

    Two House subcommittees held a joint hearing on “Rendition to Torture: The Case of Maher Arar.” Testifying by remote connection, Mr. Arar, a Canadian, described being detained at JFK…

  • emThe Great Gameem
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    The Great Game

    Mr. Hitz talked about his book The Great Game: The Myth and Reality of Espionage, published by Alfred A. Knopf. The former CIA officer discussed how living a double life affects one’s…

  • Intelligence Reform Measures
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    Intelligence Reform Measures

    Mr. Hitz spoke to students and faculty about intelligence collection and dissemination, as well as proposed measures to improve intelligence activities. He also talked about intelligence…

  • Inquiry Into September 11 Attacks Day 7
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    Inquiry Into September 11 Attacks, Day 7

    Witnesses testified about intelligence gathering and sharing prior to September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S. They also talked about proposals to improve intelligence information…

  • CIA Alleged Cocaine Sales
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    CIA Alleged Cocaine Sales

    Committee members heard testimony from experts and current administration officials concerning accusations by several members of Congress and others that the CIA sold drugs to U.S. citizens…