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FBI Orders Fort Hood Investigation

December 8. 2009

FBI Director Robert S. Mueller

The FBI has ordered an independent review of the Fort Hood shooting, in light of their terrible, preventable failures as a law enforcement agency, as they had the alleged killer under surveillance for a year prior to the shooting. The FBI showed itself to be very criminally negligent and quite gullible for believing, Fort Hood shooter, Nidal Malik Hasan, was just doing research, via contacting a violent imam, via email and stating his considerable salary from the U.S. military makes him an asset.

So, you mean to tell me, if a journalist or blogger communicated with violent terrorist, Osama Bin Laden, via email, claiming it was for "research purposes" as Hasan did regarding the imam, the FBI would wave that through as acceptable. It that why the "I" in F.B.I. (Federal Bureau Of Investigation) does not stand for "Intelligence" like in the C.I.A (Central Intelligence Agency). For the past year, I've devised another acronym for the letters F.B.I. due to this case, but I'll be nice and not hurt their feelings tonight in saying what. 

STORY SOURCE

FBI director appoints judge to review lead up to Fort Hood attack

Tuesday, December 8, 2009; 12:16 PM - FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III has asked former director and retired federal judge William H. Webster to conduct an independent review of the bureau's actions in advance of last month's deadly shootings at Fort Hood, Tex., according to government officials familiar with the move.

This is the first indication that FBI officials are sufficiently concerned about bureau actions in the case that they would order an independent investigation. The Department of Defense already has ordered an inquiry into its handling of the matter.

Webster has been named to put "a second set of eyes" on the policies, procedures and actions pursued by two Joint Terrorism Task Forces in San Diego and Washington that reviewed e-mail messages between accused shooter Maj. Nidal M. Hasan and a radical Yemeni American cleric Anwar al-Aulaqi, the sources said, speaking anonymously because they were not authorized to discuss the situation...

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