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Voting Present: ‘More Delays For Iran-Nuke Intel Report’

Via Newsweek:
A long-awaited update to the U.S. intelligence community’s controversial 2007 National Intelligence Estimate on Iran’s nuclear ambitions has been kicked down the road yet again, Declassified has learned. The NIE update, expected to bring U.S. spy agencies more into line with their European and Israeli counterparts, was originally supposed to be completed at the end of last year. The target date then slipped to the end of February. But three U.S. national-security officials, who asked for anonymity when discussing the intelligence process, said the document has now been further delayed, at least until the end of March and conceivably further.

Maybe Team Obama is waiting to see if Israel blows up Iran nuclear facilities before it makes its assessment? - Greg Pollowitz

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