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ProPublica reports that Anne Khodabandeh has emailed Osborne, the Federal Research Division chief, saying, "My solicitor would like to know the actual provenance of the report for further action." Osborne responded to her that the report had been pulled down for revisions--again not described.
The 1999 forecast was prepared that September by US terror expert Rex Hudson, of the Federal Research Division, for the National Intelligence Council.
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