Thursday, May 10, 2012

U.S. Intelligence Director Orders An Internal Review On Leaks After The Latest Al Qaeda Bomb Plot Was Revealed

Spy Chief Orders Review Of Bomb Plot Leaks -- CNN

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has ordered an internal review across the intelligence community to determine if leaks regarding a Saudi mole who infiltrated an Qaeda affiliate in Yemen came from any of the 16 intelligence agencies he oversees.

The move comes after revelations this week that a mole helped foil a plot to blow up a U.S.-bound plane by penetrating al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.

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More News On The US Spy Chief Ordering An Inquiry Into Leaks Over the Latest Al Qaeda Plot

Feds investigating leak in Al Qaeda bomb plot case, source says -- FOX News/AP
CIA launches inquiry into media leaks over 'underpants' double agent -- The Telegraph
US spy chief orders inquiry into leaks over Qaeda plot -- Yahoo 7 News/AFP
Feds investigate leak in terrorism case -- AP
Underwear bomb news reports prompt inquiry, official says -- L.A. Times
Federal Investigators Probe Leaks in Underwear Bomb Plot -- Wall Street Journal
U.S. leaks on al-Qaeda plot could jeopardize CIA work: lawmakers -- Al Arabiya
Mukasey: White House leaking too much info on terror plots -- Washington Times
Was word of thwarted al Qaeda bomb plot leaked too soon? -- John Miller, CBS

My Comment: Everyone knows that these leaks came from the White House. Here is an easy prediction .... this investigation is going to go nowhere.

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