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CIA chief says warrants ill-suited for al Qaeda hunt

CIA Director Michael Hayden told senators on Wednesday that the requirement of court orders to carry out electronic surveillance inside the United States was ill-suited for tracking al Qaeda and other militant groups. In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, the intelligence official who crafted President George W. Bush’s domestic spying program also said international phone calls targeted by warrantless surveillance are the most valuable to protecting national security. Full Story

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