Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Leggo my Foggo

Another spook bites the dust:

WASHINGTON, May 8 (UPI) -- CIA Director Porter Goss' No. 3 man at the agency, facing investigation as part of a congressional bribe probe, quit Monday, an official said.

Kyle "Dusty" Foggo, the CIA's executive director, announced his resignation in an e-mail message to agency staff, a U.S. official told United Press International on condition of anonymity.

Yes, a scant week after rumors first surfaced that top CIA officials might be implicated in the brewing Hookergate scandal, and a mere 3 days after the CIA head Porter Goss resigned in shame left to pursue opportunities in the private sector, Goss' handpicked number 3 spy has been frog-marched out of Langley left to spend more time with his family.

Co-incidence? Sure it is.

Though I'm pretty sure the official statement that "When you have a director announcing his departure, there is bound to be some turn-over of senior staff,"
actually translates into: "Let the new guy get his own hookers".

At least that's what I've heard.

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