Skip to comments.Former CIA Head to Investigate US Security Breaches
Posted on 01/09/2010 9:11:06 AM PST by La Lydia
A former director of the CIA has been chosen to uncover how the U.S. failed to prevent the Christmas Day bombing attempt on a passenger plane, and the Fort Hood Army base shooting. National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair said in a statement Friday John McLaughlin is "especially well-qualified" for the task... McLaughlin was the deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency for four years, including during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. He was also briefly the acting director of the CIA in 2004.
He will head a team of national security experts to investigate the series of events that led up to two incidents and make suggestions to "remedy potential weaknesses" for the future...
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Brilliant! More of our tax dollars at play.
Here’s an idea. How about not issuing any more student/diversity/flavor of the week visas to ME’erners. Round up all those who have over stayed their welcome. Don’t fiddle fart about adding names to the list, especially when there’s giant red flags and flashing warning lights. And then make sure you check the list when another country sends you an alert.
Perhaps one clue for failing to prevent future attempts is giving this current terrorist a lawyer and the right to remain silent when he has been very clear that "More attacks are on the way!"
I can tell you the series of events that lead up to the security breaches, here is a clue......CHECK THE WHITE HOUSE.
He’s already reached a conclusion acceptable to the Half White House, otherwise he wouldn’t have been selected. Not that I’m cynical.....
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