Further, the Report says, "[t]he Advisory Committees on Criminal and Civil Rules unanimously, except for representatives of the Department of Justice, also opposed the new rules. Those committees also concluded that the new rules would permit the introduction of unreliable but highly prejudicial evidence and would complicate trials . . ."
An organizational cluster that Malcolm Gladwell so perfectly quips:
an ... old adage about the Bureau and the Agency has it, the FBI wanted to string [them] up, while the CIA wanted to string [them] along ... (What the Dog Saw: and other adventures, 259).