|The CIA's refusal to share with other agencies even the most basic data on the bombing attacks by remote-controlled unmanned predator drones in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region, combined with revelations that CIA operatives have been paying Pakistanis to identify the targets, suggests that managers of the drone attacks are using the total secrecy surrounding the program to hide abuses and high civilian casualties.
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