The Washington Post unmasks US ‘intelligence flaws’
US intelligence network is so massive and so secretive that nobody knows how much it costs.
July 20, 2010 4:18 by kippreport
A two-year Probe by The Washington Post revealed that the US intelligence network created after the attacks of September 11 2001 has grown immensely, making it “impossible” to determine its effectiveness.
The investigation estimated that more than 854,000 people hold top secret security clearance in the US capital in addition to more than 30 complexes which are under construction or have been built in Washington since the attack.
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