The duo read through sheaves of interrogation reports from detainees and interviews with local Iraqis. They plumbed a huge database provided by central military intelligence. Eventually, they created what they nicknamed "Mongo Link," a four page, 46-by-42-inch color-coded chart with their 300 names on it.
It helped them separate the Known Knowns from the Known Unknowns and the Unknown Unknowns.
posted on 12/18/2003 5:57:12 AM PST
(Holder of an M.A. degree in The Obvious)
"It helped them separate the Known Knowns from the Known Unknowns and the Unknown Unknowns."
V-e-r-y Good, Rummy!
posted on 12/18/2003 6:58:24 AM PST
by TRY ONE
(NUKE the unborn gay whales!)
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