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FBI Whistle Blower Voices New Terrorism Concerns

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FBI Whistle Blower Voices New Terrorism Concerns

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FBI Whistle Blower Voices New Terrorism Concerns

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Minneapolis FBI agent Coleen Rowley writes another letter to FBI Director Robert Mueller — this one arguing the bureau isn't prepared for the acts of terrorism that could follow a war with Iraq. Rowley is the FBI whistle blower who revealed how supervisors at headquarters mishandled warning signs prior to the Sept. 11 attacks. NPR's Michele Norris talks to Rowley.

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