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  • The Case Against Nada Prouty

    Interesting case of a high-profile one-time FBI/CIA agent now cast as a traitor.

    "Scott Pelley Investigates The Case Against The Former Terrorism Fighter; Was She A Patriot Or A Traitor?

    Nada Prouty's identity was once a closely held national secret. She was an FBI agent, then a CIA officer with top security clearances who penetrated terrorist organizations overseas. Her fellow CIA officers say she risked her life often, volunteering for dangerous missions. And because she's originally from Lebanon, she speaks native Arabic, a rare skill for an American intelligence officer.

    But Prouty's daring career was destroyed. In those years after 9/11 when rooting out terrorists at home was an obsession at the Justice Department, federal prosecutors launched investigations and even Prouty was accused of supporting terrorism. Was a traitor exposed? Or did America lose a patriot?

    Now, former undercover CIA officer Nada Prouty steps out from the shadows to tell her story for the first time."

    CBS.com (60 Minutes)
    "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

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    Interesting case of a high-profile one-time FBI/CIA agent now cast as a traitor.

    "Scott Pelley Investigates The Case Against The Former Terrorism Fighter; Was She A Patriot Or A Traitor?

    Nada Prouty's identity was once a closely held national secret. She was an FBI agent, then a CIA officer with top security clearances who penetrated terrorist organizations overseas. Her fellow CIA officers say she risked her life often, volunteering for dangerous missions. And because she's originally from Lebanon, she speaks native Arabic, a rare skill for an American intelligence officer.

    But Prouty's daring career was destroyed. In those years after 9/11 when rooting out terrorists at home was an obsession at the Justice Department, federal prosecutors launched investigations and even Prouty was accused of supporting terrorism. Was a traitor exposed? Or did America lose a patriot?

    Now, former undercover CIA officer Nada Prouty steps out from the shadows to tell her story for the first time."

    CBS.com (60 Minutes)
    "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

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    • #3
      LOL, suddenly Brit has taken over Federale's Immigrant of the Day. Thanks for the assistance.

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