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CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 22, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelli Arena) The remaking of the FBI after September 11, 2001, examined; details given about the addition of analysts, improvements in communications with the CIA, reports & feedback & the need for more better intelligence gathering. [FBI supervisory intelligence analyst Dina CORSI†- says now we are making the analytical cadre more a part of the cycle.] [Intelligence analyst Barbara TIPTON†- explains the job.] [FBI intelligence director Maureen BAGINSKI†- talks about the mission of working together {in counterterrorism}.] [9/11 commission chair Lee HAMILTON - says the FBI's biggest failure is in their information technology system--the computer system.] [Former CIA intelligence official John GANNON†- outlines what the intelligence sector needs.] [FBI director Robert MUELLER†- comments on the development of the FBI.]

Brown, Aaron;
Arena, Kelli

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