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Ex-CIA officer says she’s being forced to testify in Italy on ‘rendition’

Catherine Herridge, A former CIA officer spared jail time in Italy tells Fox News that despite her commutation, she may be forced to testify to Italian lawmakers about the secret post-9/11 “rendition” program – and warns the testimony could be extremely “damaging.” “The Italian Intelligence Oversight Committee has contacted my lawyer in Italy asking that

Ex-CIA officer who faced extradition freed after intervention from Trump administration

Cristina Corbin and Catherine Herridge, A former CIA case officer who faced extradition to Italy for her alleged role in the rendition of a radical Egyptian Muslim cleric is now free after Trump administration officials intervened, according to a source close to the discussions. CIA Director Mike Pompeo lobbied his counterparts in Portugal and Italy

Note to the Left: Four Years Ago, Conservatives Were Just as Depressed

Dennis Prager, Here’s a news flash for Democrats and other Americans on the left: Four years ago, when Barack Obama was re-elected president, conservatives were just as depressed as you are now that Hillary Clinton lost and Donald Trump won.        I describe this as news because this undoubtedly surprises many of you.

Ex-CIA officer braces for extradition from Portugal to Italy, says she’s ‘scapegoat’

Elizabeth Llorente, A former CIA agent is waiting in her Portugal apartment for a knock on the door that could come at any time and mean the possible end to her freedom. Sabrina De Sousa told FoxNews.com that since Portugal cleared the way for her extradition to Italy to face charges related to an interrorgation

Worldwide Popular Revolt Confirmed by Brexit Vote

Rick Moran, American Thinker Britain is leaving the European Union. But that reality doesn’t begin to tell the story of the larger historical forces at work that are reshaping global politics, the global economy, and global culture and have been for much of the last decade. The survival of the EU is actually of little consequence. The

Cellphone operator reveals scale of gov’t snooping

 One of the world’s largest cellphone companies on Friday revealed the scope of government snooping into phone networks, saying authorities in some countries are able to directly access its network without seeking permission. Vodafone outlined the details in a report that covers 29 countries in which it directly operates and gives the most comprehensive look