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As the Russian government slowly releases information about the special forces raid to liberate hundreds of hostages from a Moscow theater, we have learned that the initial reporting on the raid did not even remotely tell the whole story. NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says that this practice of secrecy in dealing with catastrophe harkens back to the days of the Soviet Union. (3:00)