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John Chris Kiriakou (born August 9, 1964) is an American author, journalist and former intelligence officer.
Kiriakou is a columnist with Reader Supported News and co-host of Political Misfits on Sputnik Radio.
He was formerly an analyst and case officer for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), senior investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, counterterrorism and a consultant for ABC News.
He was the first U.S. government official to confirm in December 2007 that waterboarding was used to interrogate al-Qaeda prisoners, which he described as torture.
In 2012, Kiriakou became the first CIA officer to be convicted of passing classified information to a reporter disclosing the identity of a CIA officer.
He received a 30-month sentence for his crime. Kiriakou was born on August 9, 1964, the son of elementary school educators in Sharon, Pennsylvania, and raised in nearby New Castle, Pennsylvania.
His grandparents had immigrated from Greece.[12] Kiriakou graduated from New Castle High School in 1982 and attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies and a master’s degree in Legislative Affairs.
Kiriakou was recruited into the CIA by a graduate school professor who had been a senior CIA official.
[13] Kiriakou spent the first eight years of his career as a Middle East analyst specializing on Iraq.
He maintained a Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information security clearance.
He learned Arabic and, from 1994 to 1996, was assigned to the American Embassy in Manama, Bahrain, as an economic officer. 
returned to Washington, D.C., and to work on Iraq until 1998 when he transferred to the CIA’s Directorate of Operations. He became a counter-terrorism operations officer and worked in Athens, Greece, on Eurocommunist terrorism.
In Greece, Kiriakou recruited foreign agents to spy for the United States, and was nearly assassinated by leftists.
In 2000, Kiriakou returned to CIA Headquarters. Following the September 11 terrorist attacks, Kiriakou was named Chief of Counterterrorist Operations in Pakistan.
In that position, he led a series of military raids on al-Qaeda safehouses, capturing dozens of al-Qaeda fighters.
Kiriakou led a raid on the night of March 28, 2002, in Faisalabad, Pakistan, capturing Abu Zubaydah, then thought to be al-Qaeda’s third-ranking official. Following a 2002-2004 domestic assignment, Kiriakou resigned from the CIA in 2004. Original Video:…