Sunday, February 27, 2005

Spy: CIA complaining that plane spotters are messing up their undercover operations and the laws on the book aren't helping.

"Intel sources say the CIA's own lawyers years ago decreed that under U.S. law the agency must register its aircraft—including their tail numbers and the front companies that own them—with public authorities like the FAA, even though this could provide clues to clandestine activity."
The solution would be to change the law, but the better one is try harder to conceal your operations a little better.

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