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America Needs An MI5

Monday, December 16, 2002

"The U.S. has at least 13 major intelligence-gathering agencies plus the FBI`s counterintelligence role. Ah, but other agencies like the CIA also do a bit of their own counterintelligence, and the bureau has 38 legal attaches abroad, who are in the intelligence-gathering business too. It`s a patchwork quilt," writes best-selling novelist Frederick Forsyth.

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