Seems Aldrich Ames is but a starting point for CIA housecleaning. An internal CIA report of its operations released to Congress today contains shocking revelations that the agency's Soviet operation during the 1980s and early '90s was heavily infiltrated by double agents -- far more so than previously thought. Worse, the CIA developed certain strategies based on reports issued by KGB infiltrators. That resulted in millions of dollars wasted to alter military operations in response to false information. While former CIA chief Robert Gates has denied reports that CIA Director John Deutch is planning to reprimand some 12 past and present CIA directors, TIME's Doug Waller predicts congressional leaders won't hesitate to take up the slack. Says Waller: "We'll likely see demands from Republicans and Democrats alike for greater accountability by the specific individuals who have been party to this mess."