FBI Chief Praised By 9/11 Panel Members

The FBI escaped with relatively little criticism over its antiterrorism work yesterday from the commission investigating the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Most of the panel’s attention in the continuation of its public hearings focused on shortcomings of the CIA. The New York Times reports that FBI chief Robert Mueller III “received glowing assessments from
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