If you notice the referral link below, it says "peacecorpssarah at blogspot dot com" which is the blog of that Peace Corps worker who quit the service to protest the way she was pulled out of Bolivia by her country and was then interviewed by AP. Here's the post on it I wrote yesterday with the link to her blog, just in case you need a reminder.
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As for Bolivia, it's kinda strange that the CIA should be so interested, no? I mean, it probably has nothing to do with the secret meetings between opposition leaders and the US Embassy in August that were immediately followed by uprisings that tried to destabilize the Morales gov't by fascist autonomists and a successful massacre of indigenous people in the area.
Just a coincidence, you know.......move along now......nothing to see here.
UPDATE Wednesday AM: MGrace at Bolivian blog 'Down South' has had the spooky visitors, too