“Brain Drain” At FBI; Antiterror Sleuths Depart

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Soon after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, FBI Director Robert Mueller appointed four top deputies as part of a major restructuring. Two years later, all four have quit. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says the division assigned to crack down on al-Qaida and other terrorist groups has gone through three assistant directors in 14 months. Overall, more
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