A leading US senator has said that President Obama knew of an “unprecedented action” taken by the CIA against the Senate intelligence committee, which has apparently prompted an inspector general’s inquiry at Langley.
The subtle reference in a Tuesday letter from Senator Mark Udall to Obama, seeking to enlist the president’s help in declassifying a 6,300-page inquiry by the committee into torture carried out by CIA interrogators after 9/11, threatens to plunge the White House into a battle between the agency and its Senate overseers. Read more
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"There is nothing prettier than a beach at 5 AM with its silence waves and cold wind"
Ha nostalgia di un essere umano
che ha toccato la sua vita la’ dove nessun altro e’ mai arrivato.
-D.Grossman( Col corpo capisco)
followthewestwind:In flight…against the wind (via Pin by Freddie Hall on Winds of Change | Pinterest)