Goss Pick Turns Down CIA Job The man nominated by new CIA chief Porter Goss to be the agency's executive director turns down the position. Michael Kostiw's decision not to take the No. 3 job at the agency follows reports that he was pressured to leave the CIA on a shoplifting charge more than 20 years ago. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.
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Goss Pick for CIA Post Turns Down Job

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Goss Pick for CIA Post Turns Down Job

Goss Pick for CIA Post Turns Down Job

Goss Pick for CIA Post Turns Down Job

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The man nominated by new CIA chief Porter Goss to be the agency's executive director turns down the position. Michael Kostiw's decision not to take the No. 3 job at the agency follows reports that he was pressured to leave the CIA on a shoplifting charge more than 20 years ago. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.