The House of Lies is the most disturbing and disturbing of the six new houses in the house of lies in the town of Castle Cove, a former military outpost on the Delaware River, according to a new federal investigation.
The investigation is the result of an eight-month federal search for clues in the history of the former military base, a site of a decades-long covert program of mass murder that targeted American citizens who might have been deemed “suspicious” and “suspends the rule of law.”
In the case of the Castle Cove house of liars, that meant anyone suspected of disloyalty, suspected of being in the U.S. illegally, or suspected of aiding a foreign power, including an al-Qaeda operative, the investigation found.
House of lies was built in 1978 and opened in 1989, according the investigation.
In the new investigation, The Washington Post’s Michael Crowley and Robert Pear reported that the new house was built as part of a CIA operation to help the government hunt for “terrorism suspects” in the United States.
The project, called “Project Paperclip,” sought to identify individuals who could be linked to al-Qaida and its allies who were “known or suspected” of harboring or planning to commit a terror attack.
The goal was to track down people who had been accused of being spies for the Soviet Union, Iran, the Philippines or Cuba, or who had helped build or support al-Qa’ida, the FBI and CIA said.
The CIA and FBI spent years hunting for those suspected of cooperating with the Soviet government, but never caught anyone.
They eventually identified “seven to eight” suspects, according Crowley and Pear.
The new FBI investigation found that at least one of those arrested was a retired Army lieutenant colonel, who was eventually charged with aiding a terrorist.
In addition, according a letter to the inspector general released Thursday by Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), “CIA officials who provided advice and support to the operation in Castle Cove have acknowledged that the Castle, Delaware facility was used for the purposes of targeting American citizens.
In total, the facility was targeted at at least 25 individuals, some of whom were arrested at the time.”
The FBI and the CIA did not return requests for comment.
“The truth is the CIA and the FBI did not know that these people were CIA operatives or were members of a foreign government,” Rogers said in a statement.
“They also did not realize they were conducting a covert program to target American citizens and their families.
The House and Senate have already passed legislation to investigate the CIA’s alleged involvement in the Castle project. “
These are serious violations of our nation’s law, and we will not allow them to happen again.”
The House and Senate have already passed legislation to investigate the CIA’s alleged involvement in the Castle project.
House investigators have also requested documents related to the CIA-run project, including the documents relating to “Project Bluebook,” which included a list of “suspended” or suspected terrorists.
“This was a CIA-sponsored operation, and no one involved was ever held accountable,” Rogers’ letter said.
House investigators also interviewed former CIA employees, who claimed that the agency worked closely with “the FBI to create a case for terrorism and the destruction of evidence,” according to Crowley. “
We don’t know exactly how much money they paid for the information, but we know they were paid for it.”
House investigators also interviewed former CIA employees, who claimed that the agency worked closely with “the FBI to create a case for terrorism and the destruction of evidence,” according to Crowley.
In another letter, the inspector General of the Department of Justice, Michael Horowitz, said the CIA “appears to have engaged in a long-running and secret effort to target Americans who might be suspected of engaging in terrorist activities.”
“The Agency’s actions in this case are extremely troubling, and the American people deserve to know more about how it was done,” Horowitz said.
“As I wrote in my report to Congress, we should not allow our law enforcement officials to be used as pawns in a CIA effort to spy on American citizens.”
Crowley said the new Senate report will also investigate whether the CIA paid former CIA officers to “lie” about the project to the Senate intelligence committee and the House Intelligence Committee.
In January, the Senate’s top intelligence committee, the committee’s chairman, Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), issued a scathing report accusing the CIA of “systematically and repeatedly” lying to Congress about its “programs, activities and operations.”
The report, called Senate Intelligence Committee Report on the Assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, also found that the Senate and the White House “knowingly misled Congress, the public, and others regarding CIA involvement in this effort.”
The Senate Intelligence committee report said the Senate Intelligence panel was “not informed as to the scope of the CIA program, the nature of the ‘program’ or the nature and extent of