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Tenet says full reform years away

CIA chief says it will take time to reach terror-fighting potential

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / April 15, 2004

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The nation's intelligence agencies are working toward reform but will not reach the full capability to conduct the spying and covert operations needed to combat Al Qaeda and other terrorist threats for five years, Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet warned the 9/11 Commission yesterday. (Full Article: 1097 Words)

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