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C.I.A. Officer Denounces Agency and Sept. 11 Report

A senior officer for the Central Intelligence Agency who led the unit that tracked Osama bin Laden has written a blistering letter to the Sept. 11 commission, attacking both the C.I.A. and the commission itself over what he sees as a failure to punish “bureaucratic cowards” in the intelligence agencies. The officer, Michael F. Scheuer, has written a best-selling book under the pseudonym “Anonymous” that is sharply critical of the way the United States has pursued its global campaign against terrorism. In a signed e-mail letter sent to the commission, he lashed out in angry and highly personal tones at the failure by the commission and the C.I.A. to hold anyone directly accountable for Sept. 11 failures and aimed sharp criticism at George J. Tenet, the former director of central intelligence, without mentioning his name. Full Story

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