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 Blackwaterâ€™s CEO and chairman. Privately, and secretly, he has been doing the CIAâ€™s bidding, helping to craft, fund, and execute operations ranging from inserting personnel into 'denied areas'â€”places US intelligence has trouble penetratingâ€”to 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 wasnâ€™t merely a contractor; he was, insiders say, a full-blown asset," Ciralsky reports. "Three sources with direct knowledge of the relationship say that the CIAâ€™s 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!