Declassified: CIA Secrets to Be Revealed

They are known as the "family jewels" -- documents so secret, and so potentially damaging, that the CIA has fought to keep them classified until now. In 1973, then-CIA-director James Schlesinger ordered the 700-page dossier that compiled decades of illegal activities by the agency. "In effect, the family jewels are a series of CIA officers going into the confessional and saying, 'Forgive me father, for I have sinned,'" said Tom Blanton, director of the National Security Archive at George...Full Story
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