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    August 07, 2005


    Nicholas Weaver

    Actually, thats partially WHY Michael Scheuer wrote "Through our Enemies' Eyes", mostly before September 11th, and got the CIA to approve publication: It was designed not just as an analysis of bin Laden, but a guide to how much can be accomplished in just the open-source world.

    So his complaints about the CIA ignoring open-source intelligence is definatly first-hand.


    And Hollywood was onto the importance of non-secret stuff three decades ago: in Three Days of the Condor (1975) Robert Redford plays a guy who is part of a CIA team that "reads everything."

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