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"Weak links" in Washington's war on terrorism make it unlikely that Osama bin Laden will be apprehended in the near future, CIA director Porter Goss said in a magazine interview released today, although he has an "excellent idea" of the al-Qaeda leader's whereabouts.
"I have an excellent idea of where (Osama bin Laden) is," Goss told Time in the interview.
But he added: "In the chain that you need to successfully wrap up the war on terror, we have some weak links. And I find that until we strengthen all the links, we're probably not going to be able to bring Mr bin Laden to justice."