Here is an interesting story by way of Natural News linking to its source from Evil.News.
"The University of Washington’s Center for Human Rights (UWCHR) said its office was recently burglarized just three weeks after it filed a contentious lawsuit against the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), alleging it trained and installed a Salvadoran colonel suspected of massacring tens of thousands of innocent civilians in the 1980s.
The culprits stole a desktop computer and hard drive with “sensitive details” about their lawsuit against the CIA, reports Court House News Service. Human Rights director Angelina Godoy said her office was the only one broken into and that there were no signs of forced entry.
Coincidentally, CIA director John Brennan happened to be in town speaking at the University of Washington on the Friday proceeding the weekend the information was stolen.
Center for Human Rights leaders said the hard drive contained “about 90 percent of the information relating” to their research into the Salvadoran massacres under Col. Sigifredo Ochoa Perez, which took place under President Ronald Reagan, whose administration gifted nearly $17 million in military aid to the South American country between 1946 and 1979, according to Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States." - Quote from article found on the Evil.News website: