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Govt. Watchdog Finds Shortcomings with FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Tracking Unit

The report says the FBI made some improvements during the course of the audit, but there were still important improvements that needed to be made. The upside is in the past week the FBI has looked pretty good busting up suspected terrorist plots in Texas, Illinois and N.Y.

I.G. Glenn Fine

I.G. Glenn Fine

By Fox News
The FBI unit tasked with tracking threats from weapons of mass destruction suffers from several operational problems, the Justice Department’s top watchdog said in a report Monday, one week after federal authorities charged three people with WMD-related offenses.

Inspector General Glenn Fine, in an audit, reported that many inside the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Coordinator Program were not able to identify “the top specific WMD threats and vulnerabilities that faced their particular field division.”

The audit said the FBI also had not established adequate training programs to educate its analysts on the subject or established “specific qualifications” that the WMD coordinators should have.

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