Kevin Shipp

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(spook, whistleblower, writer)
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Born 1956
Laramie, Wyoming, USA
Alma mater Virginia Tech

Kevin Shipp is a retired CIA spook and whistleblower. He has exposed the US deep state, and charged that the CIA systematically uses unconstitutional and illegal measures to terrorise employees to prevent them from becoming whistleblowers.

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Background

Shipp was born in Laramie, Wyoming, but his family moved to Falls Church, Virginia, where he has spent most of his subsequent life. He studied at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, where studied biology. Later he also obtained a master's degree in forensic psycho physiology at the Department of Defense Academy for Credibility Assessment.[citation needed]

Career

"Kevin Shipp, former CIA Officer and Anti Terrorism expert, held several high level positions in the CIA. He was assigned as a protective agent for the Director of Central Intelligence, a counterintelligence investigator, team leader protecting sensitive CIA assets from assassination, manager of high risk Counter Terrorism Center protective operations, lead instructor for members of allied governments, internal staff security investigator and a polygraph examiner tasked with protecting the CIA from foreign agent penetration. He is the recipient of two CIA Meritorious Unit Citations, three Exceptional Performance Awards and a Medallion for overseas covert operations. Shipp also supervised the Department of State Anti Terrorism Assistance program and managed the protective detail assigned to the president of Afghanistan following the US invasion."[1][2]

Wife's Migraines

Shipp reports that shortly after he moved in 1999 from the CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia to Camp Stanley, just north of San Antonio. His then wife, Lorena Shipp, had a near-constant migraine as well as extensive memory disruption.

Lawsuit

In late 2001, Kevin Shipp and his family attempted to sue the CIA, alleging that it had placed them in a mold-contaminated home that made them sick and required nearly all their possessions to be destroyed. However, a US judge sealed the case and prohibited its discussion. Shipp chose to go public with the case.[3]

Articles

High Ranking CIA Agent Blows Whistle On The Deep State And Shadow Government - article at Activistpost from September 15, 2017
Ex-C.I.A. Agent Goes Public With Story of Mistreatment on the Job - article at The New York Times from February 10, 2011



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