WikiLeaks Releases Two More Documents From CIA’s Chief Emails

April 27, 2023 7:14 am26 commentsViews: 316

Transparency organization WikiLeaks have released two more documents from private email account of CIA Director John Brennan, who worked between 1980 and 2005 with the US Government agency.

WikiLeaks Releases Two More Documents From CIA's Chief Emails

The cache date of the documents is 2008 when Brennan use to run The Analysis Corp (TAC), a private intelligence and analysis firm.

The whistle blowing organization notes Brennan donated for presidential campaign in 2008 to Barack Obama. His company was also hired as a security adviser.

One of the released documents is of October 2008. It is a dossier on Supervisory Special Agent Donovan J. Leighton and has been listed as “Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Program Manager for the Arabian Peninsula in the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division based at the National Counterterrorism Center (CTD).”

In the second leaked document list of 22 people have been mentioned that is referred as “a currently unidentified group” by Wikileaks. A closer look to the list refers to be the tracking prospects for the presidential transition team and this was assembled as part of Brennan’s company’s contract with Obama campaign.

The list includes email addresses, contact phone numbers, security clearance information, employment places and sensitive information too such as birth dates and Social Security numbers.


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