Many are in high dudgeon over news that the CIA spied on its overseers:
The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday sharply accused the CIA of violating federal law and undermining the constitutional principle of congressional oversight as she detailed publicly for the first time how the agency secretly removed documents from computers used by her panel to investigate a controversial interrogation program.
And now in paragraph 11:
Through press reports, officials alleged that the CIA had searched computers intended to be used solely by the panel as part of its investigation. The searches, officials said, were conducted in an effort to determine how committee staff members had gained access to a draft version of an internal agency review of its controversial interrogation program.
Agency officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, have previously said that Senate investigators accessed documents to which they were not entitled.
The CIA should have called the FBI, but neither party had carte blanche to rifle through the documents of the other. (Via Drudge.)