Glenn Carle Virtually Speaking with Jay Ackroyd

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Jay visits with Glenn Carle, 23 year veteran of the Clandestine Services of the Central Intelligence Agency and author of The Interrogator, an Education, in which Glenn tells the story of one of the most secret and sensitive CIA interrogations during the US War on Terror.

They discuss the upcoming Senate bill on intelligence practices.

Listen to internet radio with Jay Ackroyd on Blog Talk Radio

Senate Dems probing whether Bush officials sought to smear Iraq War critic

Excerpt from Greg Sargent at the washington post:
Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee are looking into allegations that a CIA official in the Bush administration was asked to gather personal information on a prominent critic of the Iraq War in order to discredit and “get” him, I’m told.

“The Committee is looking into this,” Dianne Feinstein, the chair of the intel committee, said in a statement sent my way. “Depending on what we find, we may take further action.”

The news comes after the New York Times reported yesterday that former CIA official Glenn Carle, a top counterterrorism official during the Bush administration, had gone on the record with this allegation. Carle said his supervisor at the National Intelligence Council made clear to him in 2005 that he wanted Carle to collect info about University of Michigan professor and blogger Juan Cole.

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