WikiLeaks Continues Publicizing Emails of CIA Chief John Brennan

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange holds a document containing leaked information at a news conference in London, February 27, 2012. Finbarr O'Reilly/Reuters

WikiLeaks released two more documents purported to be from the AOL email account of CIA director John Brennan on Monday afternoon.

This is the third batch of information from Brennan's email WikiLeaks has made public. The other leaks included the addresses of Brennan's relatives and his passport number. A self-described hacker when identified themselves as CWA on Twitter also put a list of contacts purported to be from the AOL account on the social media site last week.

Monday's release includes information on a special agent who worked with the FBI's Middle East team in 2008 and a list of contacts. The list, dated 2008 as well, includes the full names, addresses, phone numbers, birth dadtes, Social Security numbers and recent employment information of 22 people.

The FBI and Secret Service are investigating the hack.