Changes ahead in the Intelligence Community

The nation's intelligence agencies may be in for a major overhaul. Tough questions about counterterrorism efforts before Sept. 11th, 2001 are renewing a critique of FBI and CIA operations. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests to discuss the changes that could be in store for America's intelligence community.

Guests:

Pam Fessler
*NPR Washington correspondent

Peter Chalk
*Policy analyst at the Rand Corp.
*Lead researcher for Rand report Confronting the 'Enemy Within': Security Intelligence, the Police, and Counterterrorism in Four Democracies

Oliver "Buck" Revell
*Former associate deputy director of the FBI
*Responsible for investigative and intelligence operations

Phil Giraldi
*Former counterrorism specialist at the CIA
*CIA security chief for the Barcelona Olympics in 1992

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