Spy Contractor v. Spy Contractor

By: Sunday May 16, 2010 11:30 am

In an article providing many new details about complaints from CIA about the DOD contractor, NYT’s Mark Mazzetti comes pretty close to admitting that this turf war focuses at least partly on whose contractors — rather than whose officers — are conducting the spying in Pakistan.

Contract Killers as PsyOp Warriors: US Propaganda Covers for Paramilitary Activities, Assassinations

By: Monday March 15, 2010 2:45 pm

Michael Furlong, the guy running this show, was ostensibly engaged in strategic information, collecting information on Afghanistan’s social structure. But in fact, he was using that money to employ freelancers who, at a minimum, were targeting Afghans for assassination.

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