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FBI Role in Terrorism Fight Criticized

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FBI Role in Terrorism Fight Criticized

FBI Role in Terrorism Fight Criticized

FBI Role in Terrorism Fight Criticized

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Missed opportunities are the subject of the day as the panel investigating U.S. anti-terrorist efforts turns its attention to law enforcement. The FBI was cited as having out-of-date systems that couldn't counter the growing threat, and Attorney General John Ashcroft blamed the Clinton administration for misinterpreting information. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and NPR's Larry Abramson.

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