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Mussa Kussa is one of Kadhafi's most trusted aides who can help provide critical intelligence about Kadhafi's current state of mind and military plans.
The critical intelligence that cemented that conclusion came last year after dozens of photographs taken from ground level showed the construction both inside and outside the building, intelligence officials said.
Byline: Jim Skeen Staff Writer PALMDALE - In response to a critical government report, Northrop Grumman says its Palmdale-built Global Hawk robot spyplane is providing combat commanders and troops with critical intelligence in wartime.
For example, at a meeting of FBI and CIA analysts three months before the attacks, critical intelligence about al-Qaeda suspects from the National Security Agency (NSA) was not shared by one participant because she did not have NSA's permission to do so.
ObjectVideo Forensics can scan extensive quantities of video footage within minutes, providing critical intelligence in time-sensitive cases and detecting patterns.
EP-3E aircraft are used to meet critical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance collection requirements.
But at the end of the day each becomes "subject to analysis by critical intelligence.
September 11th was a story of improvised, frontline heroics by ordinary American citizens, and of panic and confusion on the part of the federal government, which had ignored and even suppressed critical intelligence prior to the attack.