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    McCain: CIA Misled Congress

    An FBI poster showing a composite image of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, right, of how he would look like now after five years in captivity, and an image, center, taken from the video, released by his kidnappers, and a picture before he was kidnapped, left, displayed during a news conference in Washington, on March 6, 2012. The FBI announced a reward of up to $1,000,000 for information leading to the safe location, recovery and return of  Levinson, who disappeared from Kish Island, Iran, five years ago on March 9, 2007. For years the U.S. has publicly described him as a private citizen who was traveling on private business. However, an Associated Press investigation reveals that Levinson was working for the CIA. There has been no hint of Levinson's whereabouts since his family received proof-of-life photos and a video in late 2010 and early 2011. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

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    Secrets don't make friends. On Sunday, Sen. John McCain blamed the CIA for holding details about Robert Levinson, the American who has been missing Iran since 2007. Last week, an investigation showed he was on an unauthorized contract assignment for the agency when he disappeared. McCain told State of the Union that "the CIA did not tell the truth to the Congress," during the years he was described by the CIA as a former contractor who was in Iran as a citizen on a business trip. The last proof of life from Levinson surfaced in 2011.

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