Amy Zegart

Associate Professor of Public Policy, UCLA

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Associate Professor of Public Policy at UCLA, she is an expert in intelligence-gathering; author of Spying Blind: The CIA, the FBI and the Origins of 9/11

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A lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union forced the Obama Administration to release a  CIA Inspector General's report  kept secret since 2004.

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