This NY Times article is unbelievable. If you find out about how the CIA operates, do you just broadcast it for everyone to hear? Do you care about the lives of the agents that you may be putting at risk? Um, DUH!! I kinda wonder if this might violate some sort of law against revealing information about intelligence assets, even if all of the bits and pieces of information they used was in the public domain.
I don't get it.
The only good thing I see coming out of this is that it might educate the CIA on ways in which their operations might not be as well disguised as they should be. At the very least, seems like now they're going to have to re-evaluate and restructure this setup. Still, it's going to be a major task (that will likely represent a significant cost to taxpayers) to devise a new approach for transporting people inconspicuously.
(Hat tip: LGF)