PRESS CALL ADVISORY: Experts Comment on Collecting Effective Intelligence
Contact: Christina DiPasquale
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Washington, D.C.— In the aftermath of the killing of Osama bin Laden, there has been rampant speculation on the nature of the intelligence used to plan the raid. To help explain the methods used by the military and intelligence officials, please join the National Security Network and the Center for American Progress for a press call to examine these practices and policies and how they fit into the United States’ overall counterterrorism and foreign policy.
The call will take place on Thursday, May 5th at 11:15 a.m. EST, and will feature Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Paul Eaton, NSN Senior Advisor; Ken Gude, Managing Director for National Security at CAP; Matthew Alexander, an Air Force officer and interrogator who led the interrogation team that tracked down the leader of al Qaeda in Iraq; and Glenn L. Carle, former CIA Clandestine Service officer and Deputy National Intelligence officer for Transnational Threats.
Press call on the practices and policies around the use of torture to collect effective intelligence
Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Paul Eaton, National Security Network Senior Adviser
Ken Gude, Managing Director for National Security at CAP
Matthew Alexander, Air Force officer and interrogator who led the interrogation team that tracked down the leader of al Qaeda in Iraq
Glenn L. Carle, former CIA Clandestine Service officer and Deputy National Intelligence officer for Transnational Threats
THURSDAY, May 5, 2011 at 11:15 a.m. EST
Call info: 877.210.8943
Conference ID: 65581745
Please contact Christina DiPasquale at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.481.8181.
**Please note: This call will be recorded. By participating in the call, you consent to be recorded.**
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