Sep 092010
 September 9, 2010  Posted by  Court

Ryan Abbott reports:

A covert CIA agent says his cover was blown by Gary Schroen’s book on terrorism, which reveals his identity in several “clear” pictures. John Peppe claims that Schroen and Random House damaged his career in CIA “clandestine activities” and exposed him to becoming “subject to a fatwa.”

Peppe says Schroen and Random House used a false name for him in the text of “First In, An Insider’s Account of How the CIA Spearheaded the War on Terror in Afghanistan.” But he says the book contains several clear photographs of him “not modified to protect identity.”

Read more on Courthouse News, where you can also read the complaint (pdf).

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