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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Mary Fondren
A four-member team of engineer climbers began a dramatic exterior inspection Wednesday afternoon of the 555-foot-tall Washington Monument, examining the landmark for earthquake damage in an operation delayed by the threat of thunderstorms.
"It's a good thing they're fixing it," she added.
As she shielded her eyes to catch a glimpse of the climbers, Ms. Fondren said she "would love to see their view."