Key members of the Senate Intelligence Committee accused the CIA of "deliberately" misleading Congress by concealing information ontwo murders in Guatemala, even as the acting CIA chief flatly denied agency complicity in the deaths. As the widows of the two murdered men looked on, CIA head William Studeman admitted to senators that the agency failed to give Congress information it had in the fall of 1991 about the death of American innkeeper Michael Devine. But Studeman declined to answer claims that the accused killer received $44,000 from the CIA after the agency learned he was suspected. That wasn't good enough for Sen. William Cohen (R-Me.), who -- joined by Democrats Bob Kerrey (D-Neb.) and Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) -- said theCIA's actionswere ""designed not to inform, but to obscure."