General Petraeus, the head of CIA, resigned admitting to a scandalous extramarital love affair. It made Barack Obama rush to find someone to replace him. As an intelligence veteran, John Brennan was the likely candidate. His nomination for the position popped up for the first time in 2009, but it didn’t go through. Back then he realized there was no chance because of his involvement in the CIA “dubious techniques of interrogation”, or the use of brutal tortures, to be more exact...
Nil NIKANDROV | 12.02.2013