Monday, June 25, 2007

The CIA reveals its family jewels. Or so they say.

The CIA is coming clean. That's the message the agency is trying to send with the release of its "family jewels" this week. The jewels are contained in a 693-page file that documents many of the clandestine service's darkest deeds, from its post-World War II origins to the Watergate period. But it raises as many questions as it does give answers. Here, David Talbot, comments on the what and why of the CIA's latest regard for coming clean.

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