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Zbigniew Siemiątkowski (born 8 October 1957 in Ciechanów, Poland) is a Polish politician and political scientist. He was Minister of Internal Affairs, 1996–97, and head of the Intelligence Agency (Agencja Wywiadu, or AW), 2002 – April 2004.
- 1977-1981 studies at the University of Warsaw, earning a master's degree in political science
- 1987 doctorate in Humanities, University of Warsaw.
- 1981-1991 work in the Department of Journalism and Politics at the University of Warsaw.
- 1978- member of the communist PZPR, and its successors, the SdRP and SLD.
- 1995 Spokesman for the campaign of Aleksander Kwaśniewski; later appointed Assistant Secretary of State, and Deputy Chief of National Security.
- 1996-1997 Minister of Internal Affairs
- 2001-2002 Secretary of State
- 2002 appointed chief of Agencja Wywiadu.
- 2004 resigned from AW.
On 10 January 2012 Siemiątkowski was charged with "unlawfully depriving prisoners of their liberty" in connection with the Central Intelligence Agency's operation of a Black site in Poland, which was again hidden from the public .
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