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CIA / Shakeup / Scheuer Interview #771365

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 16, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The cloud of intrigue over yesterday's resignations at the CIA noted. Live interview held with "Imperial Hubris" author former CIA officer Michael Scheuer. [From Washington, SCHEUER - comments on CIA director Porter Goss' statement about the CIA needing to support the administration; clarifies what he said about the policy in Iraq; suggests Al Qaeda has been hurt, but has the leadership to take its place; states September 11 was not due to a lack of intelligence, but from a lack of action as in opportunities to capture or take out Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden††; suggests bin Laden has changed the course of history & is a charismatic leader.]

Brown, Aaron

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