Friday, May 05, 2006

Porter Goss takes a fall

Who'd'a thunk it? Your Webwench must admit, she hadn't thought of Goss as the likely target. Stansfield Turner is asserting that Goss's resignation was just that -- the CIA director's own idea -- but this move seems to smack of something less voluntary. Turner attributes it to Goss's being passed over for the newly created position of the director of national intelligence, which went to John Negroponte.

Signs of disarray seem to appear daily in the Central Intelligence Agency. Is there a scandal brewing?

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