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Acc to Los Angeles Times, CIA´s non-official cover global deployment initiative, started after 9/11 has dissapointed.

The Americas Security News.- Valerie Plame, former NOC, is the former CIA agent whose cover was intentionally blown by Bush/Cheney advisor Scooter Libby, in retaliation for her husband Joseph Wilson‘s New York Times exposé revealing that a large part of the Bush administration’s basis for the Iraq invasion was inaccurate.

The Americas Security News.- Valerie Plame, former NOC, is the ex-CIA agent whose cover was intentionally blown by Bush/Cheney advisor Scooter Libby, in retaliation for her husband Joseph Wilson‘s New York Times exposé revealing that a large part of the Bush administration’s basis for the Iraq invasion was inaccurate.

In the early 2000´s , the CIA began a major push to get its operatives out of embassy cubicles and into foreign universities, businesses and other local perches to collect intelligence on terrorists and rogue nations.  The effort has been a disappointment, current and former U.S. officials say to the Los Angeles Times LAT. Along with other parts of the CIA, the budget of the so-called Global Deployment Initiative, which covers the NOC (non-official cover, Knocks) program, is now being cut.

“It was a colossal flop,” a former senior CIA official said to LAT, in sentiments echoed by a dozen former colleagues, most of whom spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss a classified program.

Spurred by U.S.after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the CIA… GO TO SOURCE HERE