One of George Tenet’s fondest memories as CIA chief is of speeding through the Gaza Strip. “You don’t leave this job without fond memories,” Tenet told agents assembled Thursday at CIA headquarters in suburban Virginia on the eve of his departure. “Of traveling to places people can only read or dream about. Of having more than my share of excitement. Of speeding out of Gaza City at 100 miles an hour after meeting with Palestinian security officials.”
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