Skip to comments.Deputy CIA Director Resigns
Posted on 06/12/2013 12:53:18 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
Chad Pergram @ChadPergram 2m Deputy CIA Director Mike Morell resigns.
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Things are falling into place for a Thursday/Friday document dump I’m thinking..
Answering Congressional subpoenas should be at the top of that list.
I love the smell of diesel in the ‘morn
Avril Haines to be deputy CIA Director, suceeding Morell who resigned.
Sugar Sweet Stuff.
Life of paid retirement on the taxpayer all the money and benefits without the work and will get a consulting job in a year.
You need a program to track which scandal is not being referenced by the LSM.
My guess is all these people are trying to lock in their retirement benefits - before they get sent to prison.
me thinks someone pissed someone off.
You can run but you ca’t hide!
This partisan witch hunt is getting out of control. < /sarc >
I think so too.
You are onto something.
They want to make sure the people will have to pay them for life so they’ll have money when and if they get out of prison.
For which scandal is he resigning, do you know?
Benghazi sounds like
Per Shannon Bream: Morelli played a key role in crafting the Benghazi talking points.
“Resign now while the NSA takes the heat”.
wanna bet committees know the house,senate ,and supremes were tapped ?
The 100 pages of e-mails showed a disagreement between David H. Petraeus, then the director of the C.I.A., and his deputy, Michael J. Morell, over how much to disclose in the talking points, which were used by Susan E. Rice, the ambassador to the United Nations, in television appearances days after the attack.
Mr. Morell, administration officials said, deleted a reference in the draft version of the talking points to C.I.A. warnings of extremist threats in Libya, which State Department officials objected to because they feared it would reflect badly on them.
Mr. Morell, officials said, acted on his own and not in response to pressure from the State Department. But when the final draft of the talking points was sent to Mr. Petraeus, he dismissed them, saying Frankly, Id just as soon not use this, adding that the heavily scrubbed account would not satisfy the House Democrat who had requested it.
This is certainly not what Vice Chairman Ruppersberger was hoping to get, Mr. Petraeus wrote, referring to Representative C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger of Maryland, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, which had asked Mr. Petraeus for talking points to use with reporters in discussing the attack on Benghazi.
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