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CIA protected pedophiles it employed for years using national security as an excuse

CounterSignal_User

December 8, 2021


The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) covered up child sex crimes committed by its agents and used the excuse of protecting national security to let the pedophiles it employed off the hook. 

A disgusting new report shows that the secretive CIA spent 14 years covering for their employees and contractors who were accused of committing sexual crimes involving children.

Hundreds of internal documents reveal that only one of the perpetrators was ever charged for his crimes, while at least nine others managed to escape justice at the behest of the intelligence agency. 

The abhorrent details involve sexual contact with children as young as 2-years-old and 6-years-old. The worst punishment these twisted perverts received was getting fired from their job or lost contracts. 

One employee was found to possess over 1,400 sexually abusive photos involving kids. Another accused was caught trying to solicit sex from an undercover FBI agent posing as a child. His punishment? He simply had his contract revoked. 

The cases did not end up going to prosecution because the CIA refused to reveal the identities of those involved. 

“Not knowing the identities of the suspects is a hindrance in identifying these cases and why they were declined,” an Eastern District of Virginia spokesperson told Buzzfeed. 

Those who pull the strings of the media would love it if people just looked the other way when it comes to the dirty secrets of the deep state. 

Just today, Twitter purged the account Maxwell Trial Tracker to stop people from learning the truth about deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s sick elite child sex ring. 

The account, which was a popular source for those interested in keeping track of the revelations being disclosed in the trial of Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell, was mysteriously purged on Wednesday despite it not seeming to break any of Twitter’s rules. 

It seems that Twitter, like the CIA, thinks the privacy of pedophiles and their abetters is more important than finding justice for the numerous victims of their crimes against children. 

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