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Who in his right mind would write professional liability insurance for a CIA agent, especially one involved with interrogations of suspected terrorists? That’s the question NU Editor In Chief Sam Friedman ponders on his blog today, after an article in “The New Yorker” reported that agents are buying coverage to help them with defense costs if they are ever challenged legally for their handling of detainees. Go to Sam’s blog at www.property-casualty.com for more details and to weigh in, if you dare!

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