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A Justice Department audit concluded that the FBI gave inaccurate, incomplete and outdated information about terror suspects for nearly three years.  Although the FBI does a sufficient job at submitting names to a watchlist of suspected terrorists, the Justice Department report cited the FBI for failing to consistently pass along new information about people on the watchlist, or to remove those who are no longer deemed a threat.  An FBI spokesperson said the gaps in information can be fixed within six months.  For more details, click here and return back to comment.

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