Intelligence Identities Protection Act
Congress Should Think Twice Before Expanding the Intelligence Identities Protection Act
Gabe Rottman Tue, Jul 16, 2019, 8:00 AM
In 1975, Philip Agee, a former CIA case officer who claimed he had become disillusioned with the CIA’s support for right-wing dictators in Central and South America, published “Inside the Company,” a tell-all memoir of his service, which included an appendix naming 250 alleged CIA officers, agents and informants. Agee also founded a magazine called “CounterSpy,” which advocated outing clandestine CIA officers.