Former Cia Officer Accused Of Terror Leaks

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) -- Authorities say a former CIA agent who has claimed he helped interrogate a top suspected terrorist has been charged with leaking classified secrets about fellow officers to the media....

Senh: The agents must not be paid enough if they have to leak classified information to the media for extra cash.

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