The Globe and Mail 2014.07.31 20:52
WASHINGTON - Reuters
The CIA said on Thursday its director had apologized to leaders of the U.S.
Senate Intelligence Committee for monitoring computers that committee
investigators were using as they looked into the CIA's use of interrogation
and secret prisons.
In a statement, Central Intelligence Agency spokesman Dean Boyd said the
agency's inspector general had determined that "some CIA employees acted in
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