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Author Topic: CIA station chief accused of rape in Algeria  (Read 1030 times)
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« on: Jan 29, 2009 01:55 PM »

The CIA's station chief in Algeria is under investigation after two separate allegations of rape, US media report.

Two Algerian women came forward last September saying they had been sexually assaulted by the man while at his home in Algiers, ABC News says.

The man, identified in court documents as Andrew Warren, was recalled in October while the US Justice Department investigated, officials said.

Mr Warren, 41, had been stationed in Algiers since 2007.

Both alleged victims have provided sworn statements to prosecutors ahead of a possible criminal case, ABC News reported.

« Reply #1 on: Jan 29, 2009 02:24 PM »

Exclusive: CIA Station Chief in Algeria Accused of Rapes
Jan. 28, 2009

The CIA's station chief at its sensitive post in Algeria is under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for allegedly raping at least two Muslim women who claim he laced their drinks with a knock-out drug, U.S. law enforcement sources tell ABC News.
A U.S. government employee in Algeria allegedly drugged victims.

The suspect in the case is identified as Andrew Warren in an affidavit for a search warrant filed in federal court in Washington, D.C. by an investigator for the State Department's Diplomatic Security Service.

« Reply #2 on: Jan 29, 2009 02:25 PM »

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« Reply #3 on: Jan 29, 2009 03:57 PM »


This is even MORE sad because this man is a convert to Islam
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