Experts: U.S. Lacks Critical Human Intelligence in Iraq

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Experts say the U.S. military lacks the human intelligence network it needs to collect critical information on the insurgency in Iraq. Officials say the deployment of poorly trained intelligence teams has resulted in the collection of unreliable information and the detention of innocent Iraqis. Hear NPR's Tom Gjelten.

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