Today in the Things We Need Like a Hole in the Head department:
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is looking into allegations the CIA station chief in Algeria raped at least two Muslim women after lacing their drinks with a drug, a State Department spokesman said on Wednesday.
A report by ABC News said the CIA officer, a convert to Islam, was sent back to the United States after the women came forward with the charges in September.
“The U.S. takes very seriously any accusations of misconduct involving any U.S. personnel abroad,” State Department spokesman Robert Wood said in a statement.
“The individual in question has returned to Washington and the U.S. government is looking into the matter,” he said.
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