CIA director tells workforce to stop talking about bin Laden raid -- or face legal actionAssociated Press
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WASHINGTON — CIA director Leon Panetta is warning his employees that leakers will be investigated and possibly prosecuted after a flurry of reports in the media about the technology and methods used to track and ultimately kill Osama bin Laden.