All Points: CIA admits to spying on Congress
08/04/2014 5:39 PM
08/04/2014 5:40 PM
Months after dismissing allegations of wrongdoing, CIA chief John Brennan apologized and acknowledged that some CIA officers improperly accessed Senate staff computers used to compile a report on the agency’s interrogation tactics after 9/11. Some policymakers are demanding Brennan’s resignation, saying the breach violates the separation of powers. The White House has defended Brennan. Do you trust the intelligence community to keep the nation safe while respecting freedoms, or does this incident alarm you? Send no more than 150 words with your name, address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is Wednesday for publication next Monday.
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