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The CIA And The Future Of Drones
The CIA And The Future Of Drones

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AIR DATE: April 26, 2013

In 2004, the CIA carried out one of the first targeted drone killings. The target was Nek Muhammad, a Pakistani tribal leader who fought against the Pakistani government. In a New York Times article, writer Mark Mazzetti notes that there may be a shift away from drones as new CIA Director John Brennan has expressed interest in moving the CIA back to a more traditional role of intelligence gathering. Mazzetti joins us to talk about the future of drones. 

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Mark Mazzetti, writer, New York Times and author of "The Way of The Knife: The CIA, a Secret Army, and a War at the Ends of the Earth"

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    Micro drones mimic wildlife. http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/54509 I'm very worried these could be used on American citizens. Thank you Rand Paul for the filibuster to bring this issue forward.
    JackieApr 17, 2013 09:48:46 AM
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