CIA trains agents to avoid security screening at Ben-Gurion Airport, WikiLeaks document shows

December 22, 2014 12:10


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Security agents at Ben-Gurion Airport use tough, lengthy screening measures against suspicious passengers, a newly released CIA-sanctioned document claims.

WikiLeaks, web site that has uncovered classified documents gleaned from the secret files of the US government, released a guide used by the CIA to train its agents to avoid detection at Ben-Gurion Airport.

The document offers instructions to agents who wish to enter Israel through the Lod terminal without having to undergo a “secondary screening process” by security agents.

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