Congresswoman Accuses CIA of Entering Senate Computers

A U.S. congressman accused the CIA of interfering in computer network created to help Congress to investigate allegations of abuses under President George W. Bush.

The president of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Dianne Feinstein said that the CIA had improperly registered computers and secretly had removed hundreds of documents.

Feinstein said she had serious concerns about the activities of the CIA, who she believes may have violated the Constitution.

The CIA dismissed the charges.