CIA Sat on Underwear Bomber Report: Blame Game Erupts

December 30, 2009


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6 Responses to “CIA Sat on Underwear Bomber Report: Blame Game Erupts”

  1. jack on December 31st, 2009 3:46 am

    pieces are falling into place – al Queda in Yemen is the new nexus of terror as the Global War Of Terror spreads even further and wider, justifying ever more expenditures and controls – the black-op/psy-op that is The Global War Of Terror is unstopable

  2. Obama Hails CIA Patriots Who ‘Served in the Shadows,’ CIA Vows to Avenge Deaths | ChattahBox News Blog on January 1st, 2010 11:08 am

    [...] the agency received criticism for “systemic failures” that allowed AbdulMutallab, the underwear bomber to board a plane on Christmas day bound for the U.S. with explosives sewn in his underwear. Now, there appears to be another security [...]

  3. Obama’s New Year’s Resolution for America: End Terror Partisanship, ‘Fear and Cynicism’ | ChattahBox News Blog on January 2nd, 2010 12:25 pm

    [...] he ordered reviewing our terrorist watchlist system and air travel screening procedures, and that he will continue with the investigation into the events leading up to the Christmas day [...]

  4. The Baltimore Reporter on January 3rd, 2010 10:18 pm

    [...] interagency blame game eminates from Obama accusations that the CIA did not pass along complete information that would result in a “red flag” being… On Dec 29th, CNN reported what can only be construed as preliminary talking points obtained from [...]

  5. Another Obama-CIA rift as POTUS deflects blame from self, DNI and appointees on January 6th, 2010 1:05 am

    [...] interagency blame game eminates from Obama accusations that the CIA did not pass along complete information that would result in a “red flag” being… On Dec 29th, CNN reported what can only be construed as preliminary talking points obtained from [...]

  6. U.S. Border Officials Discovered Christmas Bomber’s Extremist Ties While Plane in Air | ChattahBox News Blog on January 7th, 2010 9:37 am

    [...] according to the officials, if the various pieces of intelligence in various security databases had been properly shared and connected to Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian would have been detained in Amsterdam and prevented from boarding the [...]

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