CIA's "Family Jewels" now on public display





The full "family jewels" report, released today by the Central Intelligence Agency and detailing 25 years of Agency misdeeds, is now available on the Archive's Web site. The 702-page collection was delivered by CIA officers to the Archive at approximately 11:30 this morning -- 15 years after the Archive filed a Freedom of Information request for the documents.

The report is available for download in its entirety and is also split into smaller files for easier download.

Related Links

  • MSNBC news story
  • Main NYT story
  • NYT blogs: James Bamford, Tim Weiner, Philip Taubman
  • NYT Timeline of the C.I.A.’s ‘Family Jewels’
  • Scott Shane: Is the CIA Really More Restrained than the CIA of the Cold War?
  • National Coalition for History news story
  • ABC News story


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