WikiLeaks: CIA Purportedly Ordered Spying On French 2012 Election, Document Reveals
Friday, 17 February 2017 The US Central Intelligence Agency reportedly ordered its spies to gather information on the 2012 French presidential election, a seven-page document released by WikiLeaks shows, DNA India reported. The “tasking order,” published late Thursday by WikiLeaks suggests American spies wanted insider information on the race, including details on party funding, internal rivalries and future attitudes towards the United States, the report said. The secret CIA document reportedly shows just how far US intelligence will go to gain intelligence and appears to be a standard policy for the agency, the report said.The release of the document received little mention in French media on Friday, the report...
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