With tensions running high between veteran CIA officers and the new leadership, many in Washington are blaming Porter Goss for being too much of a partisan and kowtowing to the White House. Others say it's the wrong time for qualified personnel to be breaking rank at risk to the country's national security.
Tune in to hear about what lies behind the recent shakeup at America's spy house — the Central Intelligence Agency.
John Diamond, covers intelligence for USA Today
Vincent Cannistraro, former CIA counterterrorism official
Lee Strickland, former CIA analyst, director of the Center for Information Policy at the University of Maryland
Robert Baer, former CIA case officer (1976-97), author of See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism
James Woolsey, former director of the CIA (1993-95), vice president of Booz Allen Hamilton, a Washington consulting firm.
This program aired on November 16, 2004.