The Senate Select committee on Intelligence has been wrangling with just about every tentacle of the federal government for the past seven months over what should and should not be made available to the public. A full 28 pages concerning the country of Saudi Arabia have been redacted. Whose interests are being protected by this secrecy?
Jim Walsh, Director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government
Gail Chaddock, Congressional reporter for the Christian Science Monitor.
This program aired on July 24, 2003.