A senior CIA analyst resigned Tuesday amid records that she was indeed forced to step straight straight straight down after her spouse — an agency that is former — had been faced with dripping categorized information into the press.
Heather Kiriakou had served as a top analyst on several of the most painful and sensitive topics that the agency songs, including leadership developments in Iran. Her spouse, John, faces no more than three decades in jail after being accused of disclosing information about key CIA operations along with the identities of undercover officers.
Two sources in direct experience of the Kiriakous said that Heather had submitted her resignation under great pressure from superiors during the CIA. She have been on maternity leave in present months. Neither she nor John Kiriakou came back a phone message kept at their home.
“They informed her to come in and resign,” said one individual with direct familiarity with the Kiriakou situation. Both sources talked on condition of privacy, citing the sensitiveness surrounding Heather Kiriakou’s employment status and also the pending prosecution of her spouse.
CIA spokeswoman Jennifer Youngblood declined to comment, citing “respect for Ms. Kiriakou’s privacy.”
The termination of Heather Kiriakou’s CIA profession generally seems to express the absolute most instant fallout through the latest situation brought by the federal government in its campaign to stamp down leakages of federal federal government tips for the press. 続きを読む