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Judges Says CIA Committed Fraud in Defending Wiretap Case Against DEA Agent

Between water boarding and withholding info from Congress, the CIA doesn’t really need more bad publicity. But here it is.

Ex-CIA Chief Tenet Could Face Sanctions/gov photo
Ex-CIA Chief Tenet Could Face Sanctions/gov photo

By Del Quentin Wilber
Washington Post Staff Writer
WASHINGTON – A federal judge has ruled that government officials committed fraud while defending a lawsuit brought by a former DEA agent who accused a CIA operative of illegally bugging his home.

In rulings unsealed Monday, U.S. District Chief Judge Royce C. Lamberth wrote that he was considering sanctions against five current and former agency lawyers and officials, including former director George J. Tenet, for withholding key information about the operative’s covert status.

The rulings, issued in recent months, highlighted what the judge called fraudulent work by CIA lawyers in defending a suit that Lamberth said had a lengthy and “twisted history.” Brought in 1994 by DEA agent Richard A. Horn, the suit alleged that the CIA illegally bugged his residence in Rangoon, Burma, while he was serving in the country.

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