Tuesday, April 30, 2013

America's Intelligence Chief Orders A Review Of The Boston Marathon Bombing Case

U.S. Intelligence Chief Orders Review Of Boston Marathon Case -- NBC

The nation's top intelligence official has ordered a review of the Boston Marathon bombing case amid questions about whether the U.S. should have known one of the suspects posed a threat.

Retired Gen. James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, has asked the inspector general who oversees the intelligence community to take a broad look at various agencies' handling of information they received long before the bombing.

“Based on what I've seen so far, the FBI performed its duties, Department of Homeland Security did what it was supposed to be doing, but this is hard stuff,'' President Obama said at a Tuesday news conference.

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More News On America's Intelligence Chief Ordering A Review Of The Boston Marathon Bombing Case

Top US intelligence chief launches review of information sharing ahead of Boston attacks -- Star Tribune/AP
Nation’s top spy orders broad review into US government handling of intelligence information before Boston Marathon bombings -- Boston.com
Officials to review intelligence on Boston bombings -- L.A. Times
Spy Chief Already Knows How Boston Intel Probe Will End -- Spencer Ackerman, Danger Room

My Comment: I expect nothing will be learned from this review .... and if something is found .... it will be classified.

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