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+ - CIA whacks at Hollywood spy agency myths -> 2

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coondoggie writes "The CIA had a few problems with the agency's portrayal in the recently released "Zero Dark Thirty" movie about the successful hunt for Usama Bin Ladin, so much so the acting director issued a statement about the film and the organization wrote up an interesting top "Hollywood Myths vs. the Real CIA" list."
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CIA whacks at Hollywood spy agency myths

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  • CIA analysts loved The Hunt For Red October back in the day. And MI-5 guys loved James Bond.

    Because it is BS. But it makes them look cool.

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