Analysis: Bush, Obama Administrations Drew Different Lessons From CIA ReportQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|'There were intelligence professionals who questioned the use of aggressive means . . . [but] most people were willing to go along,' said a former senior CIA official who spoke about the agency's decision-making on the condition of anonymity. 'They thought the survival of the country might be at stake, that terrorists could have WMD [weapons of mass destruction]...There was a real concern of racing against time.'|
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