Friday, October 12, 2012

Oh God...

U.S. intelligence efforts in Libya have suffered a significant setback due to the abandonment and exposure of a facility in Benghazi, Libya identified by a newspaper as a "CIA base" following a congressional hearing this week, according to U.S. government sources.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If I were in charge of an intelligence agency, I would make a policy that for every real file in a vulnerable consulate, there would be four or five fake files, naming highly placed government officials in the host country as intelligence sources, and detailing embarrassing bits of plausible information about them that made them easily blackmail-able.

This would give the host governments a good reason to take the security of our facilities seriously. They would have some skin in the game.