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by Peter Moskos

September 23, 2009

NYPD Confidential

Leonard Levitt writes a good column. He has some harsh words for the NYPD Intelligence Division and the recent NYPD/FBI/terrorism case.
The Intelligence Division under Cohen and his crony, Assistant Commissioner Larry Sanchez, is operating as a mini-CIA with no accountability and with no model to guide it.

Now it appears that these lone wolves appear to have mishandled the investigation into the city’s first known major terrorism threat since 9/ll.

One can only wonder how many other terrorism suspects were the subjects of NYPD conversations with Afzali--and how many of them he alerted.
Here's the latest in the Times.

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