Former FBI agent Mark Rossini still plagued by guilt because he didn’t stop 9/11

Former FBI and CIA agent Mark Rossini believes that if  there had been more intra-agency sharing of information between the CIA and FBI, they could have possibly averted the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 reports Murray Weiss in DNA Info.

Rossini was once the FBI’s point man inside the CIA’s “Alec Station,” an intel and counterterrorism group whose mission was to defeat al Qaeda.

He lost a cousin and several friends in the World Trade Center attacks, including John O’Neill, who had been his boss. O’Neill was a former FBI agent who had just started as World Trade Center head of security shortly before the attacks.

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