House panel: CIAï¿½s report on Iraq shaky
Intelligence chief seeks inquiry into possible leak naming agent
DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE PRESS SERVICES
WASHINGTON ï¿½ The White House, laboring to build domestic and international support for its postwar efforts in Iraq, is facing renewed criticism about how it managed the intelligence that underpinned its case for the war.
The debate over the rationale….
There were ‘too many uncertainties’ in the outdated and inadequate information ….
At the same time, officials confirmed that Tenet had asked the Department of Justice to look into whether one or more administration officials had leaked information to news media disclosing the identity of a covert CIA agent. Tenetï¿½s request was first reported by NBC News.”
I believe this is called “burying the lede,” but I suppose the nation’s most misnamed paper deserves some credit for the kicker.