5,455. 10/27/2003

In a New Yorker article on October 27, 2003, Seymour “Hersh explains how ventures like the Office of Special Plans created a ‘stovepipe’ through which raw intelligence from the field could bypass ‘customary procedures for vetting intelligence’ and reach the highest levels of the executive branch without being ‘subjected to rigorous scrutiny.’ ”

 – Eugene Jarecki, The American Way of War, Page 95

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