Ah yes the old "wall" myth comes to life again.<quoted text>
The "wall" that went up between the FBI and the CIA which the Commissioner's Report blamed as a large part of what led to 9/11 was built during the Clinton administration. It's a long story, but you can do the research yourself as to why that "wall" became necessary to protect Clinton from illegal donations.
Bush tore down the wall after 9/11 and communications between these two agencies were much stronger and more effective in preventing another 9/11.
But with every post, you prove you're part of the problem.
The joint House and Senate intelligence committees' report of pre-September 11 intelligence failures did not find that the "wall" originated in the Clinton administration; the report states: "The 'wall' is not a single barrier, but a series of restrictions between and within agencies constructed over 60 years as a result of legal, policy, institutional and personal factors." Similarly, a ruling by the top-secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review -- when it met for the first time in 2002 -- traces the origin of the "wall" to "some point during the 1980s."
Nor did enforcement of the "wall" end with the Clinton administration. In his April 12, 2004, testimony before the 9-11 Commission, then-Attorney General John Ashcroft conceded that his own deputy attorney general, Larry Thompson, reauthorized the "wall" in August 2001.
With every post you prove that you don't know what the hell you're talking about.
You're an idiot Carol; you always have been and always will be!