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CIA Chief on Openness: Do As I Say, Not As I Do

As head of the National Security Agency, Hayden testified before Congress in 2002 that the NSA had "no authority" to spy on persons within the United States without a secret warrant. In fact, the NSA appears to have been eavesdropping on U.S. persons without a warrant at that time, under an authority asserted by the White House to order the agency to do so.

(And let's not forget that Hayden's CIA is currently stonewalling federal prosecutors who are trying to understand how millions of dollars in taxpayer money may have been fraudulently spent via secret CIA contracts.)