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Richard A. Clarke and Roger W. Cressey

How the FBI failed us -- and how we can fix it

By Richard A. Clarke and Roger W. Cressey
April 4, 2007

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NOW WE KNOW why the government failed to stop 9/11. Embattled FBI Director Robert Mueller told a Senate committee last week that what prevented his agency from halting the attack was its inability to issue warrant-less search orders with the profligacy of a parking ticket officer. (Full article: 790 words)

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