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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Washington: Bob Orr) A "Washington Post" report on the status of the American intelligence community since September 11, 2001, examined; details given about the sprawling intelligence complex that is inefficient, bloated, unwieldy & secretive. [October 8, 2001, President BUSH - promises to be relentless.] ["Washington Post" reporter Dana PRIEST†- says there is overlapping & the government does not know what it built.] Examples of intelligence failures & successes reviewed: Nidal Hasan, underwater bomber. Times Square plot etc. [CBS national security expert Juan ZARATE - notes plots failed.] The issue of the sharing of intelligence information & the huge crush of information discussed.
- Couric, Katie;
- Orr, Bob
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