It fought against international terrorism in South America and watched out for our allies abroad...but what else did it do?...What are the true secrets of the C.I.A.?

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From its origins as the O.S.S. ("Office of Strategic Services") in the 1950's until present as the C.I.A., president Harry Truman's creation has been the object of mystery, thrills and fear to people all over the world with even the White House fearing the agency. With resources to kill political leaders, to defeat governments and create wars in foreign countries and the money to do it, the C.I.A. is a terrible example of political power. In this documentary several ex-agents explain their missions in South America, Europe and the own U.S., discovering the incredible dark side and disquieting power of the "Central Intelligence Agency". Written by Chockys

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1998 (USA)  »

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Los secretos de la CIA  »

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