May 17, 2006 In the second of two commentaries on the nomination of Gen. Michael Hayden to be director of the Central Intelligence Agency, commentator Stansfield Turner explains why he opposes the president's pick. Turner is a retired Navy admiral and a former head of the CIA. He is also the author of books on the spy organization.
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