Monday, November 21, 2005

Snitch of the Week: 11/6 - 11/12

(U.S. intelligence, not so smart.)

In a bit of accidental snitching, often the best kind; Mary Margaret Graham, a 27-year veteran of the CIA and now the deputy director of national intelligence for collection revealed the nation's annual intellgence budget. The $44 billion budget, is a key figure for government spooks, who have been sued repeatedly in order to have have the budget revealed.

Her fellow colleagues were dumbfounded by her apparent gaffe.
"I thought, 'I can't believe she said that,' " Whitelaw said on Monday. "The government has spent so much time and energy arguing that it needs to remain classified."

Mary Margaret Graham, for your prime-time "whoopsie-daisy" in the face of increasing government secrecy, we here at Start Snitching salute you. We know it must be hard lying all the time.

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