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Topic - George J. Tenet
Russian President Vladimir Putin told President Bush he could not account for all of Moscow's nuclear weapons at the same time al Qaeda was seeking to purchase three Russian nuclear devices on the black market, former CIA Director George J. Tenet said.
He wrote a book about his covert career, "Master of Disguise: My Secret Life in the CIA."
In his memoir, former CIA Director George J. Tenet said al-Adel, while he was in Iran, led al Qaeda's efforts to procure a nuclear device.