Friday, July 25, 2008 at 12:44PM
First the CIA starts letting journalists into its museum, then the FBI tells NPR how it goes about following people. Hey guys? Aren't you supposed to be, you know, discreet? Oh sure, you gave NPR fake names and asked them not to describe you, but explaining how a group might follow a person gives all of us some pretty good clues as to what to look for if we're ever worried we're being followed (hint: if someone in an FBI jacket is rifling through your trunk, you're probably being investigated). Are they just banking on terrorists not liking NPR?