US Intel Agencies Could've Stopped the 'Underwear Bomber,' New Senate Report Says

US intelligence agencies had enough information to detect and prevent a 23-year-old al Qaeda would-be suicide bomber from obtaining a US Visa and boarding a NW flight on Christmas Day with explosives hidden in his underwear, but the agencies failed to connect the dots in time, according to a new report released by the Senate Intelligence Committee. "Almost nine years after 9/11 we are concerned about whether or not the Intelligence Community is organized effectively to identify and disrupt...Full Story
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