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Why was the NIE released?

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According to retired senior officer of U.S. Military Intelligence and Army Special Forces Pat Lang:

The “jungle telegraph” in Washington is booming with news of the Iran NIE.  I am told that the reason the conclusions of the NIE were released is that it was communicated to the White House that “intelligence career seniors were lined up to go to jail if necessary” if the document’s gist were not given to the public.   Translation?  Someone in that group would have gone to the media “on the record” to disclose its contents.

It is no wonder that the AEI crowd and their congressional helpmates are running around with their hair on fire over this estimate.  In sharp contrast to the ease with which the neocon Jacobins were able to control the content of the October 2002 NIE on Iraq, this time they failed utterly to use a national intelligence estimate as a propaganda tool.

Hearings? Good!  Let there be hearings!  Let there be many hearings!  The more the better and let them be public hearings.  Bring them on!.

Irancove @ December 9, 2007

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