CIA Medical Office Gets a Congressional Colonoscopy
Intelligence committees mandate outside review board to monitor troubled medical office’s standards and practices
The CIA’s medical office, knocked by agency veterans for lapses ranging from its treatment of war-related psychological traumas to the mysterious Havana Syndrome ailments, is about to get an up close and personal exam from a new oversight board mandated by Congress.
The Intelligence Authorization Act for fiscal year 2022 contains a little-not…
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