Lone Star Spooks: CIA Ops in Texas

How the 9/11 attacks spurred CIA into homeland security down Mexico Way

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It’s commonly thought that the CIA is prohibited from carrying out operations inside the U.S, an erroneous assumption fueled by uproars in the 1970s over revelations that the agency had run wild at home—opening U.S. mail, testing LSD on unwitting Americans and spying on antiwar groups, among other unsavory activities. Congressional investigations forced…

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