Something incredibly suspicious happened at the University of Washington last weekend and it is unclear who can be trusted to investigate it.

The University of Washington's Center for Human Rights was home to Angelina Godoy working on a lawsuit against the CIA accusing the agency of supporting an army officer in El Salvador suspected of human-rights abuses. The violations occurred during that country's civil war when Pres. Reagan took a side and instructed the CIA to aid who we felt were the "good guys" even though they did some very bad things.

Well, last weekend that office was broken into and the computer and hard drive storing the information about the lawsuit were stolen!

Godoy told Seattle police she has backups of all the data stolen, but who can they call for help? FBI? Interpol? Who can be trusted?

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