Is the CIA Entitled to Complete Secrecy? New York Times reporter Tim Weiner, who has written about the CIA's history of avoiding responsibility, discusses the balance between the needs of the agency and a democratic society.
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Is the CIA Entitled to Complete Secrecy?

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Is the CIA Entitled to Complete Secrecy?

Is the CIA Entitled to Complete Secrecy?

Is the CIA Entitled to Complete Secrecy?

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A federal court judge hears from Justice Department lawyers tomorrow about the destruction of CIA interrogation tapes. New York Times reporter Tim Weiner, who has written about the CIA's history of avoiding responsibility discusses the spy agency's past.