"The FBI's famed National Academy recently expelled a student from a troubled African nation after learning he was not a cop, as he had claimed, The Post has learned. The incident raises serious questions about the FBI's screening process for prospective National Academy students. . . . The 'quiet' Sinie lived, studied at and strolled around the Quantico facility with a still and video camera for 91/2 weeks before he was found not to be a cop, expelled and sent home to Chad, sources said."If the FBI can't do a background check of some importance, how are we going to doing 20 million on illegal immigrants?
I guess it is a good thing that there is no Al Qaeda types in Chad, who might want to get a lay of the FBI campus for an attack or somesuch....
"And it's not just in Lebanon and Gaza where Qaeda is poking its head up. In a startling interview with the Financial Times, John Negroponte, Deputy U.S. Secretary of State, said Qaeda is on the move in North Africa, as well as in the Sahel region, in such countries as Chad, Mali and Niger."People talk about breaking up the CIA, but it might be more beneficial to overhaul the FBI first, as today it seems to be less of a pre-emptive organization and more of a reactive one.