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9/11 Panel Leader Has Praise for Plan to Split C.I.A.

The chairman of the Sept. 11 commission said on Tuesday that a far-reaching proposal by several Senate Republicans to break up the C.I.A. and move other intelligence agencies outside the Pentagon appeared to be a “constructive alternative” to the commission’s proposals and reflected a growing view that “the present situation is unacceptable.” The chairman, Thomas H. Kean, a former Republican governor of New Jersey, did not endorse the Senate proposal to divide the C.I.A. into three new spy agencies, noting that he had not seen details of the legislation proposed by Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas, the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee.Full Story

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