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IN THE CIA SECTION     CIA-1 Directors CIA-2 Agents  (here)   CIA-3 Prisons     CIA-4 Links Lis and Books   See also o Senate/House Investigations o DOJ (Justice Department) o Whistleblowers       See also Senate/House Investigations   DOJ (Justice Department)     Whistleblowers     Presidents Books     intro      Brief list of Links (sep. page)      Links more info     Names     CIA Directors    CIA prisons (Separate Page)     CIA History prison/interrogation abuses     NAMES - CIA  (here) CIA Directors  Brennan, John O (2013-2017)    Goss, Porter (2005-2006)     Hayden, Michael (2006-2009)    Morell, Michael (2011,2012 -2013Panetta, Leon (2009-11)   Park, Meroe (2017 jan  20-23 acting)     Pompeo, Mike   (2017-18)     Petraeus, David (2011-2012)     Tenet, George John (1996-2004)     Haspel, Gina Cheri (2018-? current as of 2020/01/19) Other CIA Agents or Heads of Key Departments   Kiriakou, John (whistleblower)     Martinez, Deuce     Rodriguez     Sousa Departments, Officials:   Office of Inspector General     Holder, Eric Names - Agents/Other:   Blair, Dennis      Craig, Gregory     Emanuel, Rahm          Preston, Stephen                  Rizzo      Victims:   Khaled El-Masri     Wesam Abdulrahman Ahmed al-Deemawi     Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi     Abu Zubayda     Gul Rahman Fatima Bouchar     Muhammed al-Zery      Ahmed Agiza     Abu Omar     Abd al Rahim al Nashiri      Al-Zery Whistleblowers:   Kiriakou    Ruppert     Kleinman     Cloonan     Alexander     Shipp Psychiatrists, Mind Control:  James Mitchell    Bruce Jessen     Susan E. Brandon CIA PRISONS links below all go to main CIA Prisons page - select links from there Prisons, rendition sites:   Greece, Iraq, Poland, Egypt, Afghanistan, Lithuania, Morocco, Romania, Thailand, Jordan, Syria    Iraq: Abu Ghraib     Afghanistan: Cobalt/Salt Pit/The Dark Prison/Dungeon Cuba: Guantanamo  NAMES Officials, Agencies Linked to CIA issues Blair, Dennis      Craig, Gregory     Emanuel, Rahm     Holder, Eric     Preston, Stephen     Blair, Dennis Dennis C. Blair, the director of national intelligence http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/28/us/politics/28intel.html Craig, Gregory White House Counsel http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/28/us/politics/28intel.html Emanuel, Rahm Rahm Emanuel, the White House chief of staff http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/28/us/politics/28intel.html Holder, Eric Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr  http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/28/us/politics/28intel.html Preston, Stephen C.I.A.’s top lawyer, Stephen W. Preston http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/28/us/politics/28intel.html    Agents or Heads of Key Departments Kiriakou  (see whistleblowers)       Rodriguez     Sousa Rodriguez, Jose Destruction of CIA Interrogation Tapes PBS http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/why-you-never-saw-the-cias-interrogation-tapes/ Excerpt from PBS:  hundreds of hours of videotaped “enhanced interrogations” of two Al Qaeda suspects in CIA detention, that included the use of techniques widely described as torture.  As FRONTLINE details in tonight’s new documentary, Secrets, Politics and Torture, those tapes would never see the light of day. Their destruction was ordered by Jose Rodriguez, then the CIA’s top operations office http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/why-you-never-saw-the-cias-interrogation-tapes/ https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/secrets-politics-and-torture/ Sousa https://news.vice.com/article/cia-sabrina-de-sousa-blames-hillary-clinton-extradition-to-italy A former CIA counterterrorism officer who is set to be extradited to Italy where she faces a four-year prison sentence in connection with the rendition of a suspected terrorist that took place in Milan in 2003 said Hillary Clinton is partially to blame for her ordeal.  Sabrina De Sousa, two-dozen other CIA officers, and an Air Force colonel were convicted in absentia in 2009 in Italy on kidnapping and other charges in connection with the abduction of Osama Mustapha Hassan Nasr, better known as Abu Omar, a radical Egyptian cleric whose fiery anti-American speeches in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 attracted the attention of the CIA. It was the first and only prosecution and conviction involving Americans connected to the CIA's highly controversial rendition, detention, and interrogation program and the fallout has ensnared two administrations. https://news.vice.com/article/cia-sabrina-de-sousa-blames-hillary-clinton-extradition-to-italy