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CIA Staffers Were NEVER Prosecuted For Sex Crimes Against Children


The CIA and all other three letter rogue agencies in the United States must be abolished!

Documents obtained by Buzzfeed News through the Freedom of Information Act reportedly reveals several CIA staffers committed sadistic sexual acts against children.

The CIA files that were obtained by Buzzfeed reveal that the Central Intelligence Agency has had at least 10 employees and contractors who have allegedly committed horrific sexual crimes against children in the last 14 years.

Within those files it reveals that one CIA staffer had sexual contact with a 2 year old and a six year old and was fired. A second employee repeatedly bought sexual videos of young girls from their mothers and was forced to resign.

Out of the ten employees that were caught committing sexual crimes against children only one was prosecuted.

Only one!

It appears the CIA who is supposed to “protect” Americans are allowing sex offenders to walk around the street freely with no consequences whatsoever.

Buzzfeed News broke the story, check out what they reported:

Over the past 14 years, the Central Intelligence Agency has secretly amassed credible evidence that at least 10 of its employees and contractors committed sexual crimes involving children.

Though most of these cases were referred to US attorneys for prosecution, only one of the individuals was ever charged with a crime. Prosecutors sent the rest of the cases back to the CIA to handle internally, meaning few faced any consequences beyond the possible loss of their jobs and security clearances. That marks a striking deviation from how sex crimes involving children have been handled at other federal agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security and the Drug Enforcement Administration. CIA insiders say the agency resists prosecution of its staff for fear the cases will reveal state secrets.

The revelations are contained in hundreds of internal agency reports obtained by BuzzFeed News through Freedom of Information Act lawsuits.

One employee had sexual contact with a 2-year-old and a 6-year-old. He was fired. A second employee purchased three sexually explicit videos of young girls, filmed by their mothers. He resigned. A third employee estimated that he had viewed up to 1,400 sexually abusive images of children while on agency assignments. The records do not say what action, if any, the CIA took against him. A contractor who arranged for sex with an undercover FBI agent posing as a child had his contract revoked.

Only one of the individuals cited in these documents was charged with a crime. In that case, as in the only previously known case of a CIA staffer being charged with child sexual crimes, the employee was also under investigation for mishandling classified material.

Just The News didn’t stay silent and had more on the story:

Files from the Central Intelligence Agency show that within the last 14 years, at least 10 employees, including contractors, committed child sex crimes.

Buzzfeed discovered the incidents by requesting records via the Freedom of Information Act. While most cases were referred for prosecution, only one was charged criminally. That employee was already being investigated for the mishandling of classified information. The other employees were dealt with internally by the CIA.

One employee was fired after sexual contact with children, ages 2 and 6. In another case, an employee viewed an estimated 1,400 pictures of child pornography while on assignments, but Buzzfeed wrote that the obtained records do not state if or how the CIA remedied the situation.

Multiple former CIA officials said the lack of formal prosecution is due to the sensitive nature of employees’ work. The concern is that “they may inadvertently be forced to disclose sources and methods” in testimony, according to a former official.

Child sex crimes have occurred throughout important government offices for years. A Department of Defense report from 2009 shows numerous officials had images of child porn. In 2016, Daniel Payne, who at the time was the Pentagon’s Defense Security Service director, said, “the amount of child porn I see [on government devices] is just unbelievable.”

The documents that were obtained by Buzzfeed took 13 public records requests, three lawsuits, and one decade to receive the entire report, which is more than 3,600 pages long.

CNN and MSNBC just conveniently decided to not cover this story and we all know why.


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