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Dan Sneider: U.S. Intel Failures and 9-11
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Dan Sneider: U.S. Intel Failures and 9-11

Dan Sneider: U.S. Intel Failures and 9-11

Dan Sneider: U.S. Intel Failures and 9-11
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San Jose Mercury News columnist Dan Sneider thinks the major failure of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, is the failure of U.S. national intelligence agencies to move information effectively and challenge group assumptions.

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