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  • 5 C 8 Central Intelligence Agency
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    The CIA: Protecting Our Nation Thesis Statement: The Central Intelligence Agency not only evaluates and gathers information about the safety of the country but also directs tasks of other agencies in the intelligence community. I Creation of the CIA A. When B. Purpose C. Duties II Four Directorates A. Intelligence B. Operations C. Science and Technology D. Administration Dangers to the CIA A. Enemies B. Covert Actions C. Policy IV Personnel A. Security Checks B. Qualifications C. Recruiting D. R...
  • To Get Hired Most Law Enforcement People
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    Overview The Police keep us safe from all the murderers, bank robbers and other people that cause crime in this world. Most police officers work forty hours a week with some overtime if they are working on a case. Some officers work weekends nights holidays and rotating shifts because, just because it's your day off doesn't mean its a robbers day off. In an average, day if you were a street cop, you would patrol the highways and make sure everything is safe. Most cops don't make lots of arrests ...
  • Intelligence From Cia Officers
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    CIA: The Black Sheep of the US Government Thinking in the philosophical terms of "good" and "evil", nothing purely "good" can survive without the slightest taint of "evil", and vice-versa. The same standard exists for everything. Just as you cannot always succeed by being purely honest, a government cannot hold itself together without committing it's own personal rights and wrongs. The United States of America has protected its residents well in the past, and kept the appearance of a mild innoce...
  • Los Angeles Crack Cocaine Dealer
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    The CIA says it has not found any record of a relationship between itself and Nicaraguan drug dealers or others who allegedly operated a 1980's cocaine ring in California and funneled the profits to a CIA-run guerrilla army. The intelligence agency's assertion was contained in documents filed Monday in U.S. District Court in San Diego. A copy of the filing was made available today by the CIA. William H. McNair, the information review officer for the CIA, said a search of agency records found no ...
  • 1949 Recommended Major Reorganization Of Cia Operations
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    The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the agency of the Executive Office of the President of the United States, was created in 1947. The CIA is America's first permanent peacetime intelligence agency responsible for keeping the government informed of foreign actions affecting the interests of the United States. It was created by the National Security Act of 1947 and is responsible for coordinating all U.S. intelligence activities, as well as such functions and duties related to intelligence as ...
  • Part Of Track II The Cia
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    The election gambit was known as Track I. In case the staged elections failed the back-up plan for a military coup was called Track II. The CIA inducements to Frei included offering substantial sums of money to his re- election campaign, bribing other Christian Democrats outright, and organizing visits and calls from respected leaders abroad. To influence Frei through his wife, the CIA instigated the wiring of telegrams to Mrs. Frei from womens groups in other Latin American nations. Other maili...
  • Farm By The Cia Agents
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    "The Recruit" James Clayton was discharged from the "Farm" because he let his emotions take over when an abduction was simulated on him while he was still at the "Farm". After he was discharged, Clayton was approached by Walter Burke and offered an assignment with the CIA. Burke explains to Clayton that he was not really discharged from the CIA. Instead, he was made a Non Official Cover Operative and his assignment was to spy on a fellow CIA agent Layla Moore. Moore was also training at the "Far...
  • Castro From Cuba
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    Effect of the Bay of Pigs Invasion In late 1959, Cuba was experiencing a slow move in the direction of communism. It was also during this time when the Central Intelligence Agency stepped up its surveillance of Fidel Castro. This pro-communist leader was very well liked with the people of Cuba, a charismatic leader, but a threat to national security because of his communist activities. The events leading to the fiasco at the Bay of Pigs incident became one of embarrassment and criticism. Afterwa...

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