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Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair Picks ex-CIA Director and Iran Contra Cocaine Cover Up Artist John Deutch to Spy Panel
WASHINGTON (CNN) — Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair has appointed controversial former CIA Director John Deutch to serve on an advisory panel reviewing the intelligence community’s technical capabilities. Deutch, who was President Clinton’s CIA director for a year and a half in the mid-1990s, lost his security clearance for mishandling classified information. At the time Deutch left the agency in late 1996, CIA security officials discovered top secret documents on Deutch’s home computer, which was a violation of strict CIA policy. The 74 classified documents included memos to the president and other cabinet officials as well as classified material from the time Deutch served as deputy defense secretary. CIA Director George Tenet suspended Deutch’s security clearance, the toughest action he could take against the former official. Deutch voluntarily gave up his Pentagon clearance. Deutch had reached an agreement with the Justice Department to plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge and pay a fine, but before the case was filed, President Clinton pardoned him. A U.S. intelligence official said Deutch’s security clearance was restored in August 2007 by current CIA Director Mike Hayden.
…not surprising Deutch’s security clearance was reinstated by Iran Contra criminal and CIA director under Bush 43 Michael Hayden . Here is a clip of Michael Ruppert publicly confronting Deutch on the CIA’s involvement of cocaine sales directly to California when Deutch was CIA director under Clinton:


February 8, 2009 - Posted by | High Treason and Corruption

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