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Plan would split CIA, cut Pentagon control

The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee proposed sweeping changes Sunday that would dismantle the CIA and remove several of the United States’ largest intelligence agencies from the control of the Pentagon. The restructuring outlined by Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) is the most aggressive intelligence reform plan offered since the commission that investigated the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, released its final report last month. The commission offered a blueprint for overhauling the nation’s spy services, but Roberts’ plan goes beyond it–as well as the positions taken thus far by President Bush and Democratic challenger John Kerry. Full Story

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