The FBI and the Department of Justice must not overreact to leaks.
Jeffrey Smith has served in the Pentagon, the Department of State, on the staff of the Senate Armed Services Committee and most recently as general counsel of the CIA.
What's needed to fix U.S. counterterrorism intelligence? Not more spies nor the power to assassinate terrorist leaders, say two former CIA officials. Instead, start by giving the director of central intelligence the authority to break down the walls that divide domestic and foreign intelligence gathering.