New York Times – Ex-C.I.A. Agent Goes Public With Story of Mistreatment on the Job – “…government employee and his family sued the agency he worked for, saying it had placed them in a mold-contaminated home that made them sick…” – Camp Stanely

“WASHINGTON — In many ways, the personal injury lawsuit looked routine: In late 2001, a government employee and his family sued the agency he worked for, saying it had placed them in a mold-contaminated home that made them sick and required nearly all their possessions to be destroyed.
But this was no ordinary case. The employee, Kevin M. Shipp, was a veteran Central Intelligence Agency officer. His home was at Camp Stanley, an Army weapons depot just north of San Antonio, in an area where the drinking water was polluted with toxic chemicals. The post includes a secret C.I.A. facility.
Declaring that its need to protect state secrets outweighed the Shipps’ right to a day in court, the government persuaded a judge to seal the case and order the family and their lawyers not to discuss it, and to later dismiss the lawsuit without any hearing on the merits, Mr. Shipp said.”

Ex-C.I.A. Agent Goes Public With Story of Mistreatment on the Job – NYTimes.com

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  1. CIA STILL TRYING TO BURY FAMILY. NEW ARTICLE BELOW. LOT MORE TO COME

    Former CIA agent claims the military poisoned his family at Camp Stanley — and used national security concerns to cover it up

    http://sacurrent.com/news/former-cia-agent-claims-the-military-poisoned-his-family-at-camp-stanley-8212-and-used-national-security-concerns-to-cover-it-up-1.1216784

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