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Topic - Timothy J. Roemer
Members of a special panel examining the FBI's counterterrorism efforts over the past decade say they will "push hard" for an answer to why the bureau has never revealed information about a human asset it reportedly had in direct contact with al Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden during the early 1990s.
The third U.S.-India strategic dialogue gets under way in Washington this week as the Obama administration considers imposing sanctions on the South Asian nation for importing oil from Iran.
The U.S. ambassador to India announced his resignation Thursday, a day after learning that New Delhi dropped two American companies from the competition for a multibillion-dollar defense deal.
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson showcased his foreign policy credentials yesterday, saying both that the United States needs to reward Iran if it stops developing nuclear weapons and that a nuclear-armed Islamic republic is "unacceptable."
"We're running it to ground," said Mr. Roemer, a former Democratic congressman from Indiana. "It's something that we're very interested in and curious about because in all the questions, all the documents, all the literature that [the commission] had access to, we'd never heard that before."
"We were never told about it," said former Rep. Tim Roemer, who served on the 9/11 Commission and was recently appointed (along with former Attorney General Edwin Meese and longtime national security analyst and Georgetown University professor Bruce Hoffman) to head the panel investigating the FBI.