October 19th, 2010
07:14 PM ET

CIA: Concerns about informant ignored before attack

Before a suicide attack on a CIA base in Khost, Afghanistan, last December, some people within the CIA and the Jordanian intelligence service were skeptical about the reliability of a Jordanian informant, but those concerns were not passed onto officers on the base where Humam Abu-Mulai al-Bulawi blew himself up, taking seven CIA employees and three others with him.

These findings are part of a just-completed CIA review.

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