A director of Central Intelligence during the Clinton presidency, John Deutch, has served as a director of Citigroup from 1996 to the present, a period that ended badly for a lot of Citi shareholders. President Clinton pardoned him after he got in trouble for allegedly storing top secret government documents on his home computer. In February, the Obama administration appointed Mr. Deutch to an intelligence advisory panel. The latest step in the rehabilitation of John Deutch came today with the Department of Defense's announcement that Mr. Deutch is one of 39 new members of the Defense Science Board. "We are grateful to these superb individuals for their willingness to serve," under secretary of defense Ashton Carter is quoted as saying in the press release. Mr. Deutch's name is (typically) buried in a PDF (reading PDF's is one of the services FutureOfCapitalism.com provides for its readers.) The PDF identifies him as "former deputy secretary of defense, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology," with no mention of either his Citigroup board service or his Clinton-era pardon.