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Review at C.I.A. and Justice Brings No 9/11 Punishment

Internal reviews still under way at the Central Intelligence Agency and recently completed at the Justice Department, examining their performance in the run-up to the Sept. 11 attacks, have not resulted in any disciplinary actions, government officials said on Monday.The reviews were sought in December 2002 by the joint Congressional committee that investigated Sept. 11 events. The purpose, it said, should be to determine “whether and to what extent personnel at all levels should be held accountable” for any mistakes that contributed to the failure to disrupt the attacks. Neither review has been made public. Intelligence officials said that a draft of the C.I.A. report was completed in July but that a finished version had been delayed in response to questions from the agency’s acting director. The final Justice Department report was also completed in July, however, and officials who have seen it say it stops short of recommending disciplinary action.Full Story

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