by Andrew

Frances Townsend:

It’s very difficult to draw a cause and effect, because it’s not clear when techniques were applied vs. when that information was received. It’s implicit. It seems, when you read the report, that we got the the the most critical information after techniques had been applied. But the report doesn’t say that.

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