A newly de-classified portion of an Inspector General's report faults former CIA Director George Tenet and the intel community in general for failing to have an effective strategy agains al Qaeda before the 9/11 attacks.
The report was completed in June, 2005. It's executive summary was just de-classified today.
It found no "silver bullet" that would have stopped the 9/11 attacks. But it says intel leaders failed to do their job to create an umbrella strategy to deal with al Qaeda.