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We were misled

...The CIA told the White House in two Fall 2002 memos not to make claims of Iraq uranium purchases. CIA Director George Tenet personally called top national security officials imploring them not to use that claim as proof of an Iraq nuclear threat...
Intelligence failure

...information to provide him with justification for war. George Tenet, the last director of the CIA, went along with invade Iraq. When no WMD's were found in Iraq, George Tenet retired (as in took the fall) and "faulty intelligence...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...implications - had engaged in industrial espionage to benefit U.S. companies. His denials were echoed by CIA Director George Tenet. ``I recognize that it is standard practice for some countries to use their intelligence services to conduct economic...
This Day in History

...from Oklahoma. In 1997, following the withdrawal of Anthony Lake, President Clinton nominated acting CIA Director George Tenet to head the nation's spy agency. President Clinton departed Washington for his summit in Helsinki, Finland, with...
My Turn: A demonstration of peaceful dissent

...long line of bullies throughout history who have rolled their tanks over their neighbors' territory. CIA Director George Tenet has said, "Baghdad for now appears to be drawing a line short of conducting terrorist attacks ... against the United...
No secret to improving intelligence

...servants, and the cost of information gathering, but does nothing to fix the original problem. Thus, CIA Director George Tenet wasn't fired after Sept. 11. Lawmakers created a new position, a Director of National Intelligence, to oversee...
CIA will pay the price

...people would be inaccurately portrayed in the worst possible light.? Those words were written by former CIA director George Tenet. Two years ago, in his book ?At the Center of the Storm,? Tenet predicted the controversy that has now engulfed...
McNamara apologized, but will Rumsfeld?

...lives, money and national image. The few once high-ranking officials who have produced memoirs - former CIA director George Tenet, ex-Pentagon civilian policy chief Douglas Feith and retired Gen. Richard Myers, who served as chairman of the Joint...
Administration increasingly worried over Iranian nuke program

...has told senior Clinton administration officials that Iran might now be able to make a nuclear weapon. CIA Director George Tenet has been briefing other U.S. policy-makers on the new assessment, the newspaper said. National Security officials...
This Day in History

...held talks in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin on topics including missile defense. In 2004, CIA Director George Tenet announced his resignation amid a controversy over intelligence lapses about suspected weapons of mass destruction in...


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