WASHINGTON -- In the foyer of the Central Intelligence Agency's headquarters in Langley, Va., there is a marble wall covered in stars. They are carved divots that represent those who have fallen in the service of the CIA. Below them, jutting out from the polished rock, is a black book entombed in a case of glass and steel. The book is a guide to the stars, giving the names of some of those who died and withholding the names of others.
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Print Headline: CIA mum on 2007 star on honor wall