October 05, 2004

New CIA executive director resigns before he starts

On October 3rd I reported that one of Bush’s big oil buddies had been appointed the new executive director of the CIA. The former vice president at Chevron-Texaco, Michael Kostiw resigned over shoplifting allegations dating back from 1980. The Washington post also reported that Kostiw worked for the CIA as a case officer for 10 years and was forced to resign in 1982. This makes perfectly good sense; appoint a shoplifter who was fired by the CIA, as the agency’s executive director. We does the administration find these guys. (Source)

Posted by Crazy Eddie at October 5, 2004 12:00 AM
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