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The terrorists trying to infiltrate the CIA: Security agency says one FIFTH of applicants have suspicious background with significant links to terror groups


Classified budget document leaked to Washington Post by Edward Snowden
• Suspects may be linked to groups such as Hamas, Hezbollah and Al-Qaeda
• NSA set to investigate 4,000 staff who had been granted security clearance
• Suspicious activity detected by monitoring employee keystrokes at work

By Daily Mail Reporter

PUBLISHED: 07:39 EST, 3 September 2013 | UPDATED: 07:45 EST, 3 September 2013

Al-Qaeda and other hostile groups have repeatedly sought to infiltrate US intelligence agencies, which are investigating thousands of their employees to counter the threat, according to a secret document leaked by NSA fugitive Edward Snowden.

The CIA found that about a fifth of job applicants with suspect backgrounds had ‘significant terrorist and/or hostile intelligence connections,’ the Washington Post cited a classified budget document as saying.

The document was provided to the paper by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, now a fugitive in Russia under temporary asylum.

alqaeda_cia 1Threat: The CIA found that about a fifth of job applicants with suspect backgrounds had ‘significant terrorist and/or hostile intelligence connections’

Although the file did not describe the nature of the jobseekers’ extremist or hostile ties, it cited Hamas, Hezbollah and Al-Qaeda and its affiliates most often.

The fear of infiltration is such that the NSA planned last year to investigate at least 4,000 staff who obtained security clearances.

The NSA detected potentially suspicious activity among staff members after trawling through trillions of employee keystrokes at work.

The suspicious behavior included staffers accessing classified databases they do not usually use for their work or downloading several documents, two people familiar with the software used to monitor staff told the Post.

alqaeda_cia 2Suspicious activity at the agency’s headquarters in Langley included staffers accessing classified databases they do not usually use for their work or downloading several documents

Al-Qaeda and other hostile groups have repeatedly sought to infiltrate US intelligence agencies, which are investigating thousands of their employees to counter the threat, The Washington Post reported on Monday.

The CIA found that about a fifth of job applicants with suspect backgrounds had “significant terrorist and/or hostile intelligence connections,” the Post cited a classified budget document as saying.

The document was provided to the paper by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, now a fugitive in Russia under temporary asylum.

Although the file did not describe the nature of the jobseekers’ extremist or hostile ties, it cited Hamas, Hezbollah and Al-Qaeda and its affiliates most often.

alqaeda_cia 3Leak: The document was provided to the paper by fugitive National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden

The fear of infiltration is such that the NSA planned last year to investigate at least 4,000 staff who obtained security clearances.

The NSA detected potentially suspicious activity among staff members after trawling through trillions of employee keystrokes at work.

The suspicious behavior included staffers accessing classified databases they do not usually use for their work or downloading several documents, two people familiar with the software used to monitor staff told the Post.

Posted 3 Sep 13 by Daily Mail

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