“The erasure of the document by the spy agency’s internal watchdog was deemed an ‘inadvertent’ foul-up by the inspector general, according to Yahoo News.
One intelligence community source told Yahoo News, which first reported the development, that last summer CIA inspector general officials deleted an uploaded computer file with the report and then accidentally destroyed a disk that also contained the document.”
This is a classic defense mechanism that anyone who’s ever studied any level of psychology will instantly recognize: regression. In the face of adversity, the nation’s chief intelligence agency has said they accidentally punched their little brother in the mouth. They’ve regressed to an earlier stage in their development. But this isn’t all, they not only deleted a physical copy of the report, but also “accidentally” deleted the file of the document they had on a computer. So not only is the CIA like a kid who punches someone in the mouth and then says they did it by accident when they’re caught, but then they waited for a cold day and slapped him in the calf as hard as they could, even though they “promised” they wouldn’t hurt him again.
I think we already know the most important thing about CIA torture, that of course being the list of songs used tot torture prisoners, leaked last year.
- Prince – Raspberry Beret
- Matchbox Twenty – Cold
- Theme to Sesame Street
- David Gray – Babylon
- Neil Diamond – America
- Drowning Pool – Bodies
- Christina Aguilera – Dirty
- Metallica – Enter Sandman
- The Bee Gees – Saturday Night Fever
- Eminem – Real Slim Shady
There must be a die hard MB20 fan at the CIA, cause that song ‘Cold’ is a hell of deep cut.