Thursday, March 02, 2006

Berlin File Says Germany's Spies Aided U.S. in Iraq - New York Times

Berlin File Says Germany's Spies Aided U.S. in Iraq - New York Times:
"BERLIN, March 1 — Starting in early 2003 and lasting through the American military invasion of Iraq, a German intelligence officer stationed in the office of Gen. Tommy R. Franks, the American commander of the invasion, passed on to the United States information being gathered in Baghdad by two German intelligence officers operating there, a classified German review has found."

So, while the German administration was making a public display of disapproval of the invasion, they were secretly helping the U.S. by providing useful intelligence. Are there any governments in the world that are honest and open with their citizens? I wanna' know.
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