Outsourcing Intelligence

July 27, 2007 at 2:45 am | Posted in Bush, Cheney, crooks & liars, Current Events, government, government spending, News, political, president, war | Leave a comment

A friend sent this to me and I thought I’d pass it along.   Thanks to R.J. Hillhouse and The Nation.

The unprecedented involvement of private corporations in the Iraq War has been well documented. Private soldiers working for Blackwater USA, Triple Canopy and others provide security services against military-level threats, and they regularly engage in combat. But what is not generally known is that the secret side of the Iraq War and the larger “war on terror” is also conducted by private corporations, fielding private spies. The reach of these corporations has extended into the Oval Office. Corporations are heavily involved in creating the analytical products that underlie the nation’s most important and most sensitive national security document, the President’s Daily Brief (PDB). more (new window)

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