Former FBI agent Ali Soufan talks with MSNBC's Martin Bashir about his accusations that the CIA withheld documents from the FBI prior to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Former FBI agent Ali Soufan recounts his eight years of counterterrorism work for the FBI and explains why 9/11 could've been prevented as well as why torture doesn't work.
Former FBI special agent, Lebanese-American Ali Soufan, has begun speaking out about the FBI, CIA, and enhanced interrogation. He joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book “The Black Banners,” having the CIA redact parts of his book, and the state of al-Qaida in 2011.
A former interrogator says rivalries inside the government led to missed intelligence opportunities. Ali Soufan speaks about The Black Banners...
An extended conversation with Ali Soufan, an FBI agent who was at the center of the 9/11 investigations