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Pomerantz, David. "Wife of Ex-Spy Says CIA Blocked Her From Lawyer." New York Sun, 9 Jul. 2007. [http://www.nysun.com]

In a brief filed on 6 July 2007, the wife of a former covert CIA official accuses "the CIA of blocking communication between her and her lawyer about a suit she filed against the intelligence agency in 2006." A federal district judge in Manhattan dismissed the case in January 2007 on national security grounds. The plaintiff, identified only as Jane Doe, "is now appealing to the U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals.

[CIA/00s/07]

Pomfret, John. "China Finds Bugs on Jet Equipped in U.S.: Devices Taken Off Presidential Plane Could Become Issue at Summit." Washington Post, 19 Jan. 2002, A1. [http://www. washingtonpost.com]

According to Chinese and Western sources, quoting Chinese military officers and aviation officials, Chinese military communications experts in October 2001 "discovered numerous high-tech listening devices planted inside" the Boeing 767-300ER meant to be China's presidential aircraft. "Chinese aviation officials and military officers have charged that U.S. intelligence agencies planted the bugs aboard the plane while it was being refitted in the United States, the sources said."

[GenPostCW/00s/02/China]

Pomfret, John. "Cloak and Dagger and Johnnie Walker Red." Washington Post National Weekly Edition, 23-29 Jan. 1995, 15-16.

Pomfret, John. "Senior Chinese Military Officer Defects to U.S." Washington Post, 23 Mar. 2001, A18. [http://www.washingtonpost.com]

"[K]nowledgeable U.S. sources" have confirmed that a "senior colonel" in the Chinese PLA "defected to the United States while visiting as part of a delegation of Chinese officers." Chinese sources "identified him as a member of the foreign affairs department of the army's general staff who was involved in managing China's military relations with the United States and disarmament issues."

[China/U.S.; GenPostCW/00s/01]

Pomfret, John. "Taiwanese Mistake Led to Three Spies' Execution." Washington Post, 20 Feb. 2000.

This is the end-piece on the exposure of a ROC spy ring in Beijing in September 1999.

[China; OtherCountries/Taiwan]

Pomper, Miles A. "U.S. Intelligence Takes the Heat for Dim Insight on Nuclear Proliferation." Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, 6 Jun. 1998, 1543-1544.

The focus here is on the Jeremiah report and on Congressional and administration reaction to it.

[CIA/90s/98/IndianNukes]

Pool, Robert, Rapporteur. Field Evaluation in the Intelligence and Counterintelligence Context: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2010.

"This workshop summary is based on the discussion at a workshop convened by the Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences on September 22-23, 2009, and planned by the Committee on Field Evaluation of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences-Based Methods and Tools for Intelligence and Counterintelligence.... The workshop was sponsored by the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence." This 114-page book is available in PDF format at: http://www.nap.edu/catalog/12854.html.

[Analysis/T&M]

Poole, Oliver. "'I Will Stand By My Mother Whatever She's Done.'" Telegraph (London), 12 Sep. 1999. [http://www.telegraph.co.uk]

Anita Ferguson, the daughter of Melita Norwood, "has spoken of her distress at discovering the double life led by her mother throughout her childhood."

[UK/SpyCases/99Fever]

Poole, Walter S. "From Conciliation to Containment: The Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Coming of the Cold War, 1945-1946." Military Affairs 42 (Feb. 1978): 12-15.

[GenPostwar/CW]

Pooley, Eric. "Why the Senate Loves an Understudy." Time, 31 Mar. 1999. [http://www.time.com]

"George Tenet, President Clinton's latest nominee for director of the Central Intelligence Agency, has set new records for both speed and elegance of ascent [up the ladder of power]. Last week Republican Senators were all but telling Tenet he would be confirmed even before Clinton had nominated him."

[CIA/DCIs/Tenet/Confirmtaion]

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