Eric D. Feldman v. Central Intelligence Agency

Eric D. Feldman, the former Inspector General of the National Reconnaissance Office filed a lawsuit on November 2, 2009, against the Central Intelligence Agency pursuant to the Privacy Act, 5 U.S.C. § 552a et seq., for, among other violations, deliberately impugning his reputation for malicious purposes and the improper disclosure to unauthorized third parties of privacy protected information. Senior officials within the CIA, to include the former Inspector General John L. Helgerson and others within his office, intentionally conspired to undermine confidence in Feldman based on personal bias, factual distortions and manipulated analysis. As part of their efforts, one or more CIA employees, particularly within the Office of Inspector General, sought to repeatedly publicly defame Feldman and spread false and/or privacy protected information concerning a retaliatory investigation that wasted significant CIA and NRO resources and manpower.

Mark S. Zaid, P.C.

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