Stranded in a foreign country, unemployed and with no means of finding a job, a Seattle couple has sued the U.S. agency that they say vowed to provide for them for life.
A promise is a promise, said the couple’s lawyers. But because the agency involved is the Central Intelligence Agency, the plaintiffs are discovering that contract law does not necessarily apply.
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