http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2003/0307.marshall.html Congressional Republicans have stymied significant reform of the Federal Bureau of Investigation by refusing to split off its counterintelligence functions into a separate agency, the Washington Monthly contends. Despite a series of spy scandals in recent years, key figures in the Bush administration and Capitol Hill rejected calls for a new domestic counter-intelligence agency modeled on Britain's MI5. The new agency would absorb the FBI's domestic spook-hunting responsibilities, and would be responsible for nothing . . .
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