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Former spy, turned lawyer, talks the difficulties of suing the CIA
Janine Brookner worked for the Central Intelligence Agency for 24 years when she became the first person to sue the agency and win for sexual discrimination. Since leaving the Central Intelligence Agency, she has made a life as a lawyer, working to improve conditions for worker in federal government.
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