|Obama Discloses CIA Agent's Name to Russian Media|
|by Tom McGregor||Tue, May 27, 2014, 12:40 AM|
Talk about pressing the Reset on Russia button, President Barry Obama wanted to show greater flexibility to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Therefore, he issued a press release to the Russian media identifying the name of the CIA chief stationed in Afghanistan.
The Voice of Russia reports that, "The White House accidentally blew the cover of the top CIA officer in Afghanistan Saturday, when his name and title were released in an e-mail sent to reporters who traveled with President Obama on his surprise visit to Bagram Air Field."
The CIA chief's name has since been redacted from the public record, but the Russian media is reporting that the CIA operative has departed from Afghanistan.
As reported by the Voice of Russia, "According to the Washington Post, the officer’s name (which has been redacted by the press to protect the individual’s safety) was inadvertently included among a list distributed to the press showing the names senior US officials participating in the president’s trip."
Needless to say, the CIA agent may no longer feel safe and some skeptics are wondering if Obama made the mistake intentionally. Does this CIA chief have some inside knowledge about Benghazi?
To read the entire article from the Voice of Russia, link here:
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