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US Intelligence Agencies Fear Rogue Insiders as Much as Spies These Days

Forget about spies. It’s rogue insiders that cause heartburn at U.S. intelligence agencies these days. Chelsea Manning Few spy cases have broken in the past decade and a half. In contrast, a proliferation of U.S. intelligence and military insiders have gone rogue and spilled secrets to journalists or WikiLeaks, the

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