That is the problem, too many agencies and people are looking for the solution or clues, by connecting the dots.
What they are failing to do, is see the bigger picture that the dots are making, they can't see the forest for it's trees.
That is a huge security liability, and an oversight which can not be afforded. Overlooking any threat, no matter how minor it may seem, is a mistake.
One that has serious consequences, there is no reset or save point in real life. People can and will die, from failure to pay attention, especially to
It is every one's responsibility to be a safe driver, is it not?
Then how should it be for our national and domestic security, exactly the same, every one's responsibility.
Only difference is, fewer of us took an oath, to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic...
For a federal agency to have made so many blunders, openly admitted to and then now this, it is clearly a admin micro control issue. Or the field
agents are incompetent, in either case the whole thing is broken and needs to be replaced. Clearly it can not be fixed, or it would have been.
Also for you the readers information, I have personally worked with the FBI twice domestically and once overseas. My experience is both private sector
and as a member of the armed forces. Having such first hand knowledge, I am very unimpressed with that and other federal bodies of our "government".
I for one, have higher professional standards.
There is no excuse for the failures of our government, no matter what agency or body, they have all been broken too long.
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ADVISOR because: of spelling, it sucks...