Admiral quits job, calls House panel too political

Retired Adm. Bobby Ray Inman, one of America's top intelligence experts, said he has resigned as consultant to the House Intelligence Committee because it is politically partisan.

Admiral Inman, who retired in April as deputy director of the CIA, said he resigned because he was not consulted on a ''seriously flawed'' subcommittee report that was distributed Sept. 22 and was critical of the performance of US intelligence in Central America.

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