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By David Keene
Most Americans get their kicks from their own game
Topic - Ronald L. Burgess, Jr.
"While the Iraqis have some capability, there are certainly some things that we are still looking at doing to help them from an intelligence standpoint," he said.
Army Lt. Gen. Ronald Burgess, the chief of the Defense Intelligence Agency, added that it appears "the al-Qaeda-like attacks" likely were caused by elements already inside the country and that the U.S. intelligence community had not yet detected "a clarion call to outsiders" to join the cause.