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Incredible failure as a would-be informant kills 7 CIA agents. Whatever you think about intelligence gathering, it is a very necessary thing, and these brave men and women gave there lives in defense of this country, and wall we will ever know about them is the star that will be placed in ther honor on a wall in Langley, VA.....
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I may of missed it if I have I'm sorry, has our President made any type of public condolence speech on these American Heros.
GOD BLESS THOSE "SEVEN STARS" ESPECIALLY THE FAMILIES THAT LOVED THEM.
Actually, yes..... but he did quietly, and through the AGENCY.
President Barack Obama also wrote to CIA employees Thursday to praise the service of officers who were killed.
"These brave Americans were part of a long line of patriots who have made great sacrifices for their fellow citizens and for our way of life," he wrote. Since the Sept. 2001 terrorist attacks, he said, "because of your service, plots have been disrupted, American lives have been saved, and our Allies and partners have been more secure."
The suicide bomber who killed at least six Central Intelligence Agency officers in a base along the Afghan-Pakistan border on Wednesday was a regular CIA informant who had visited the same base multiple times in the past, according to someone close to the base's security director
The informant was a Pakistani and a member of the Wazir tribe from the Pakistani tribal area North Waziristan, according to the same source. The base security director, an Afghan named Arghawan, would pick up the informant at the Ghulam Khan border crossing and drive him about two hours into Forward Operating Base Chapman, from where the CIA operates.
Because he was with Arghawan, the informant was not searched, the source says.
RALEIGH, N.C. — Two of the CIA workers killed in Afghanistan were private contractors with the security company formerly known as Blackwater.
An obituary released Wednesday for 35-year-old Jeremy Wise said he was a former Navy SEAL from Virginia Beach, Va., who was working with the company now known as Xe. MindyLou Paresi of Dupont, Wash., said in an interview with The News Tribune of Tacoma, Wash., that her husband, 46-year-old Dane Clark Paresi, was also a Xe contractor who was killed.
“We like to say that dependability is more important than ability,” Bill Belichickism....