It had been four months since the last al-Qaeda attack: a dirty bomb detonated near the center of Hamburg, Germany. More than 24,000 innocent people were killed, and nearly 56,000 were injured, many critically. The death toll continues to mount.
On that gloomy Thursday in Langley, an unincorporated community located along the Potomac River a few miles west of Washington, D.C., CIA director Scott Cunningham was addressing his Counterintelligence Center Analysis Group, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), and a few other members of his agency.
— by Don Mardak
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