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A retired CIA analyst has dismissed Turkish accusations that he was involved in last year's failed coup, saying he was a "choice target" following a warrant for his detention.Graham Fuller, an ex-vice chairman of the CIA's National Intelligence Council, told The Associated Press he was accused in the Turkish press of being the "CIA handler" of a U.S.-based Muslim cleric.Turkey blames Fethullah Gulen for the 2016 coup attempt. The former CIA analyst said Turkish suspicions that the agency may be behind the botched coup were not unfounded because of past U.S. government practices.
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