January 2010: Adam Ciralsky on Blackwater | vanityfair.com For the past six years, Prince "appears to have led an astonishing double life," writes Adam Ciralsky. "Publicly, he has served as Blackwaterâs CEO and chairman. Privately, and secretly, he has been doing the CIAâs bidding, helping to craft, fund, and execute operations ranging from inserting personnel into 'denied areas'âplaces US intelligence has trouble penetratingâto assembling hit teams targeting al-Qaeda members and their allies." Ciralsky reports that Prince became a CIA "asset," or spy, who became a "Mr. Fix-It" in the war on terror. "Prince wasnât merely a contractor; he was, insiders say, a full-blown asset," Ciralsky reports. "Three sources with direct knowledge of the relationship say that the CIAâs National Resources Division recruited Prince in 2004 to join a secret network of American citizens with special skills or unusual access to targets of interest. As assets go, Prince would have been quite a catch. He had more cash, transport, matĂ©riel, and personnel at his disposal than almost anyone Langley would have run in its 62-year history." This guy is quite possibly one of the top 10 WORST humans. How'd that 'war on terror' go? thanks Eric, you frickin PRICK!