Not the quiet car! Ex-NSA chief spills secrets while riding Amtrak?

Not the quiet car! Ex-NSA chief spills secrets while riding Amtrak?
·Chief Washington Correspondent

Oh, the things you hear on Amtrak's Acela service! Screaming kids, complaints about Wi-Fi and — oh yeah — a former director of the National Security Agency and the CIA seemingly spilling secrets to reporters.

We learn this from the Twitter feed of Tom Matzzie, former Washington director of MoveOn.org Political Action, who sat near retired Gen. Michael Hayden. Matzzie's tweets suggest that Hayden took calls from reporters digging into the ongoing NSA spy scandal and asking about President Barack Obama's BlackBerry and CIA secret prisons overseas.

Hayden apparently insisted on being quoted anonymously.

"FAIL," as they say.

 Here is Matzzie's story, as tweeted from Amtrak Acela 2170, which left Washington at 3 p.m.:

 

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