Jason Smathers and George LeVine each filed separate FOIA requests Smathers in , LeVine in and the government had no choice but to divulge these most shameful secrets from the clandestine agency's food court. What follows are 10 unedited email complaints from CIA employees about their cafeteria. We've ranked each culinary blunder in order based on how much of a threat they pose to our national security. The emails are reprinted as they appeared in their original form, so all misspellings and grammatical errors have been left in looks like they could have used their own CIA style guide.
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T his month we examine cookbooks from two groups in the United States that are historically much-maligned by its citizens. It came out in , the fifty-year anniversary of the founding of the CIA—which, as anyone familiar with the tropes of espionage knows, cannot possibly be a coincidence. I discovered both books next to each other at a used bookstore in Austin.