What in the US law established the CIA?
Yes, FBI, CIA, NSA, US Coast Guard to some extent. they get involved in interstate crimes, etc. Added: To the list you may also add: the US Secret Service - The National Park Service - ICE - BATF - US Porder Patrol - actually . . . , any federal law enforcement agency who possesses the sworn authority to enforce federal criminal law. HOWEVER, the CIA is NOT among them. The CIA, by law, has… Read More
The Central Intelligence Agency, or CIA, was established in 1947.
The CIA works to collect information and intelligence from outside the US. And spy. The FBI is the highest level of law enforcement in American. Up until the Patriot Act, the CIA was not allowed to work on US soil and the FBI had no involvement off US soil.
first branch of military United States Air Force, also the CIA
July 26, 1947
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That is the law, as established by the US Constitution.
Obama was never in the CIA. After Harvard Law School, he was a civil rights lawyer in Chicago and congressional law professor at Chicago University. He then served in the Illinois State Senate until 2004. From there, he went to the US Senate, and now the Presidency.
The first established laws were put in place with the Constitution on September 17, 1787
Yes. The NCIS is the law enforcement for Us navy families and officers.
The supremacy clause established the US Constitution as the "Supreme Law of the Land."
Yes, the CIA is an arm of the US federal government.
It's Cadwalader. Actually, the oldest law firm in the United States is the US Army JAG Corps, established in 1775.
In the United States Copyright was established under the US Constitution.
The US Congress was established by the United States Constitution in 1787. It became the law of the land in 1789.
CIA is an agency of the US Government
I don't know if this is all of them but I know a few. US Marshals FBI CTU DEA CIA (National or Federal) NSA NSD
U.S. Marshals I believe have the "broadest range" of authority. CIA isn't a law enforcement agency.
Yes, as a US Marine; or the FBI, the CIA, as well as other Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies
Answer The CIA is suppose to follow the law, however it is unknown, but to only a few if they are doing illegal activities.
no youcan not becase the cia works outside the us and the fbi always is in the us
Cia is different from fbi but fbi is higher than us Marshall
Overview: That's a hard question to answer because we couldn't simply compare the CIA with the FBI. The CIA works mainly as an intelligence gathering force. On the other hand, the FBI is the highest level of law enforcement for the United States. They work on the high profile robberies, corporate frauds, etc. Traditionally the FBI was only allowed to work on US soil, and the CIA could operate anywhere BUT US soil. Since the… Read More
After the disaster of the CIA project called the Bay of Bigs in Cuba, US President Kennedy took some steps to rein in this powerful intelligence agency that reported to himself. Kennedy established the 303 Committee as a mechanism for better executive control of the agency. Despite that, the CIA continued to shelter clandestine operations in Southeast Asia. Its activities resulted in confirming presidential war making powers.
All employees of the CIA must be US citizens.
New Hampshire was one of a small number of colonies (I think Massachusetts was the only other one) that had its own constitution prior to the establishment of the US Constitution. But it was New Hampshire's ratification and signing of the US Constitution in June of 1788 that established the US as a nation, and the Constitution as the law of the US. This is because New Hampshire was the 9th of the 9 required… Read More
Yes he was a CIA Agent for USA
Many CIA employees contributed to the making of the CIA World Factbook. It is an annual publication created by the CIA for the use of of US government officials.
The CIA is not law enforcement, and therefore, cannot arrest U.S Citizens. The CIA is strictly an intelligence agency that collects information from foreign nations. If the CIA needed to have an American citizen detained, they would delegate through the FBI.
Mame the admendments that banned slavery declared all persons born or naturalized in the US to be citizens established due process and equal protection under law and established suffrage for black A?
The 13th amendment abolished slavery. The 14th amendment declared all persons born or naturalized in the US to be citizens. The 15th amendment established due process and the equal protection under the law and suffrage for blacks.
(in the US) Leaving aside the fact that the law prohibits the CIA from conducting domestic spying operations against US citizens, a realistic answer is that no one would probably ever know. If the question refers to on-going combat operation in the Middle East where drones are used for surveillance and strikes against enemy targets and personnel, it is probably a good bet that the CIA is involved in some capacity to a greater or… Read More
The acronym CIA stands for the Central Intelligence Agency (US spy agency).
English chemist John Dalton established the law of multiple proportions in 1803. Four years after Proust established the law of constant composition.
They are not really comparable. The CIA does not enforce any laws, but collects intelligence overseas. There are no circumstances where the CIA can legally arrest you (besides the inspector general arresting CIA employees for, say, stealing money from the CIA). The FBI can arrest people in the US for violating federal laws, and collects intelligence inside the US.
Yes, they are a real government agency established in 1947.
As soon as the US feels that law, order, and stability has been established in the country.
Yellowstone National Park was signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant.
the US adamson act im pretty sure
The Judiciary Act of 1789. For more information, see Related Questions, below.
No. By law the CIA cannot operate on American soil. It is can only operate in countries other than the United States.
When will the US public grow some nuts and realize that the CIA is keeping you safe at home right now
The CIA and most other Law enforcement agencies all have about 90 percent paperwork. Its not all secret agent stuff and shootouts.
Because the CIA is forbidden to spy on American citizens.
The CIA does sometimes recruit foriegners if they believe that the person can benefit their goals in some way.
The CIA is an "independent" civilian intelligence agency of the US government and reports to the Director of National Intelligence.
John James Marshall was America's fourth Chief Justice. He was also the longest serving Chief Justice of the U.S. Mainly, his principles were that no law should be allowed to contradict the Constitution. He built and established the country's judicial branch based on that value.
The CIA was established in 1947, and the only US President assassinated subsequent to the establishment of the CIA, has been President John F. Kennedy, in 1963. If you are asking if the CIA assassinated President Kennedy, that theory has been written in books, and argued with viable, and logical results, since his death. Officially, Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President Kennedy. From all any subsequent investigation, mainly by the Warren Commission, Oswald was not part… Read More
the Executive branch of the Federal government, tasked with implementing and enforcing Federal law and headed by the President
The 1947 National Security Act established the CIA, affording it "no police or law enforcement functions, either at home or abroad". One year later, this mandate was expanded to include "sabotage, anti-sabotage, demolition and evacuation measures...subversion [and] assistance to underground resistance movements, guerrillas and refugee liberation movements, and support of indigenous anti-communist elements in threatened countries of the free world.
In an interview in 1963, former US President Harry Truman stated that the CIA should be restored as the president's original purpose as being the intelligence arm of the president. The US Congress agreed with Truman. They wanted to know nothing about CIA overseas intelligence operations.