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Topic - Richard A. Clarke
Richard A. Clarke, the country's top bureaucrat on counterterrorism before the attacks, says arguments for more security spending aren't necessarily tied to effectiveness.
Former White House counterterrorism official Richard A. Clarke said the FBI will stitch together hundreds of hours of video camera recordings from private and public surveillance and traffic cameras, as well as recordings made by private citizens attending the race.