On December 30, 2009,  in the Afghanistan city of Khowst, Jordanian doctor Humam Khalil Abu Mulal al-Balawi entered a meeting of CIA agents for a briefing as an informant for the agency.  He detonated a suicide vest killing five CIA agents and two contractors working for the CIA. Other deaths included the Jordanian Intelligence Case Officer who vouched for Dr al-Balawi and the Afghan national in charge of external security at the base who had driven al-Balawi from the Pakistan border to Khowst.

As a sign of respect and trust, al-Balawi was not searched prior to entering the meeting.

Their names of the CIA personnel killed that day,

Jennifer Matthews, Station Chief. Mother of three.
Harold Brown, Case Officer.  Former Army Intelligence Officer.
Elizabeth Hanson, Targeting Analyst.  Joined the CIA right out of college.  With the agency for just four years.
Darren LaBonte, Case Officer. Former Ranger, small-town cop, and U.S Marshal
Scott Roberson, Station Security Chief, and a former Police officer in Atlanta Georgia
Dane Paresi, Security Contractor.  Army Master Sergeant, Green Beret
Jeremy Wise, Security contractor, former Navy SEAL.