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In light of the way they handled the Sept. 11 attacks, can the CIA and the FBI still protect our country?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 5, 2002

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“I don’t know if they did a really good job of protecting it in the first place.”

“They made a mistake in that there was a lapse in communication between the agencies. They’re rectifying that problem.”

“Yes. They have the expertise we do not. We have to have faith in the system.”

“The fact that they’ve received all of this negative publicity will make them more cognizant of what is out there.”


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