The identity of the the FBI agent that broke open the scandal that ensnared General David Petraeus and General John Allen was made public yesterday.
Frederick Humphries, an FBI agent with the Tampa bureau, has been described as a "bulldog" by a former colleague. He's the agent who investigated the initial complaint of cyberstalking made by Tampa socialite Jill Kelley.
That trail eventually led the FBI to the extra-marital affair between CIA Chief Petraeus and his biographer, Paula Broadwell. Relations between the CIA and the FBI have been less than cordial in the past.
To discuss how this scandal might affect the two agencies, we're joined by Mark Riebling, the author of "Wedge: The Secret War Between The FBI And CIA."