He let the agency 26 years ago. The uncle lived in the house 1 year, and after he retired 4 years earlier.
Interesting story, but hardly relevant.
May or may not be relevant ... but nothing is adding up here.
>>but hardly relevant.
Take a looks at Fuller’s bibliography. The guy’s one of the GS LIFER koolaid peddlers at RAND selling the “It’s a religion of peas meme”.
That’s very relevant considering the impact upon policy that talking-head fools like Fuller have evidently had.
What I find interesting is the house in question is nothing exciting. Google maps shows it to be a simple ranch style that apparently was too small so the garage was enclosed. Wouldn't you expect a high ranking CIA official to live in a much nicer house?
Well 26 years ago was way before 9/11 so his expertise was not for front. . I could see the agency call him up on immediate need. Just like they do in the movies. :)
Not necessarily true.
This guy is obviously well-connected. It's possible he used his influence and connections to assist the Tsarnaevs in getting asylum here.
Hardly relevant but certainly bizarre!