Secrets of the CIA: Full Documentary

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This  documentary explains how CIA pioneered, developed, manipulated prisoner abuse, sold drugs, changed regimes and killed millions of people worldwide

Secrets of the CIA documents exactly what the title suggests it would.  With $50 Billion budget and over 25,000 people working for it, the CIA has more money and power than most developing countries and uses it to support genocidal dictators, shelter drug trafficking and cause much unnecessary bloodshed. Watch this documentary to get a good idea of what CIA does and supports. The Secrets of the CIA is based solidly on verifiable facts so you can be assured that everything the video reveals is true.

Narrated by Danny Wallace

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