Friday, February 11, 2011

Eqypt Crisis Highlights U.S. Intelligence Failures

In his latest column, retired Marine Lt Colonel Oliver North writes about the crisis in Egypt and the failures of our intelligence community.

Although I agree for the most part with him, it should be noted that the U.S. intelligence community has been able to thwart more than 40 terrorist attacks on America.

There are many good people serving in the intelligence community.

In my view, the intelligence failure stems from a lack of leadership, beginning with Obama.

You can read Oliver North's column via the below link:,2933,602922,00.html

I interviewed Oliver North for Counterterrorism magazine and the issue will be published soon.

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