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      CIA Chutzpah: 'No Surprise' We Spy At Home

      That the CIA works with local American police departments “should not be a surprise to anyone,” says Marie Hart, a public relations staffer with the Agency.

      The CIA, which admits to working closely with the New York police department, has opened an internal investigation into allegations of domestic spying “to make sure we are doing the right thing,” according to CIA Director David Petraeus. The CIA has embedded a clandestine officer within the NYPD, and the NYPD’s intelligence chief, David Cohen, is a former CIA officer.

      For more, please see the New York Times, September 14, 2011.

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