CIA Calls for Inquiry of its Own Inspector General CIA Director Michael Hayden has called for an unusual inquiry into the work of Inspector General John Helgerson, who took the job in 2002 and has issued several critical reports, from the CIA's handling of intelligence leading up to Sept. 11, to its interrogation of terrorism suspects.
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CIA Calls for Inquiry of its Own Inspector General

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CIA Calls for Inquiry of its Own Inspector General

CIA Calls for Inquiry of its Own Inspector General

CIA Calls for Inquiry of its Own Inspector General

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CIA Director Michael Hayden has called for an unusual inquiry into the work of Inspector General John Helgerson.

Helgerson took the job in 2002 and has issued several reports critical of the agency, from its handling of intelligence leading up to the attacks of Sept. 11, to its interrogation of terrorism suspects.

Mark Mazzetti, national security correspondent for The New York Times, talks with Robert Siegel.

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