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September 11 / Commission Report / Intelligence Reforms / Iran #760036

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 17, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(White House: Elaine Quijano) The conclusions of the panel investigating the September 11 attacks for reforming the nation’s intelligence agencies featured; details given of the recommendation to create a cabinet position to oversee intelligence; Representative Jane Harman’s opinion quoted. [9/11 Commission chairman Thomas KEAN†- says unified command & control is very important.] [President BUSH – says we must have better coordination among intelligence services.] [Presidential candidate Senator John KERRY – says it is overdue that we have a coordinator of national intelligence.] [National Defense University Ray TEYAKH†- states there is something seriously wrong with American intelligence.] The response of the CIA noted.

(Studio: Carol Lin) The 9/11 Commission’s findings that Iran may have had ties to Al Qaeda noted. [“Newsweek” reporter Michael ISIKOFF†- comments on the Al Qaeda connection in Iran being stronger than in Iraq and on Iran’s nuclear program.]

Lin, Carol;
Quijano, Elaine

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