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CIA's spy network thin

Three years after the Sept. 11 attacks, the CIA is still five years away from fielding the network of spies and spymasters it will need to defeat global terrorists. That’s not the charge of one of the CIA’s growing legion of critics; that’s the agency’s own grim estimate. The assessment, given to the 9/11 Commission in testimony last spring by then-CIA director George Tenet, was “one of the most appalling comments we heard” in the entire investigation of the attacks, commission Chairman Thomas Kean said later. “We don’t have that much time.” Full Story

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