Intel Agencies Go Through ‘Hot Wash’ of Terror Investigation

Time magazine takes a look at the New York terror investigation and the ongoing analysis of what worked in the investigation, what didn’t and what aspects need continued focus and exploration.

From Time

In military and intelligence parlance, it’s called a “hot wash” – an instant review of an operation, evaluating what worked, what didn’t, and how to make the next one better. With the case against U.S.-based terror suspect Najibullah Zazi now in Federal court, many of the agencies involved in the investigation, from the FBI to the police forces of Denver and New York, are retracing their steps.

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