Life As A Female CIA Spy

Former CIA agent Lindsay Moran

The CIA, Zero Dark Thirty And Me: A Female Agent On Life Under Cover -- The Telegraph

Lindsay Moran worked as a CIA agent for six years, recruiting informants and observing the increasing acceptance of torture during the Bush administration. She talks to Jennifer O'Mahony about life as a female spy.

It is hard to think of a film that courted more controversy this year than Zero Dark Thirty.

The story of the real-life female CIA agent who spends a decade hunting down Osama Bin Laden was boycotted by a member of the Oscars judging panel, and its director Kathryn Bigelow accused of "normalising" torture.

The film also made in excess of $100 million, and was praised by critics worldwide for its ability to weave the exhausting 10 year search into a watchable whole, with the redheaded Maya (Jessica Chastain) pale and coolly focused at its centre.

For Lindsay Moran, former spy and vocal critic of the Bush-era CIA, a six-year career at the agency began in 1998, three years before Zero Dark Thirty begins.

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