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Report faults dozens of CIA officials-NY Times

A long-awaited CIA inspector general’s report on the agency’s performance before the September 11, 2001, attacks includes detailed criticism of more than a dozen former and current agency officials, the New York Times reported on Friday. The highly classified report aims its sharpest language at former CIA Director George Tenet, who is censured for failing to develop and carry out a strategic plan to take on al Qaeda in the years before 2001, even after he wrote in a 1998 memo to intelligence agencies that “we are at war” with it, the paper said, citing current and former government officials who spoke on condition of anonymity.Full Story

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