March 2003 Intelligence News
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- Waxman Question Administration's Nuclear Evidence on Iraq, letter to the President, March 17 (PDF). "In the last ten days, it has become incontrovertibly clear that a key piece of evidence you and other Administration officials have cited regarding Iraq's efforts to obtain nuclear weapons is a hoax."
- Intelligence reorganization spotlights fabled FBI-CIA rift by Drew Clark, National Journal Technology Daily, March 17. "Others say they are wary because the traditional intelligence agencies are largely exempt from having to publicly account for their or spending."
- Intelligence Deficient by Laura Rozen, The American Prospect, March 6. "One of the main findings of a post-September 11 congressional inquiry was that a failure to share and jointly analyze foreign and domestic terrorism information was disrupting our ability to detect and prevent attacks. Bush's DHS proposal promised to change that."
- Lawsuit Seeks to Challenge CIA's Censorship of Former Black Officer's Memoirs, press release, March 4. "The first African-American case officer to sue the CIA for racial discrimination today filed a new lawsuit over the CIA's decision to censor his memoirs."
- Military Wants Its Own Spies by Greg Miller, Los Angeles Times, March 4. "Moving onto the CIA's turf, the Pentagon is seeking a cadre of operatives for global reconnaissance and the fight against terrorism."
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