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  1. July 7, 2016 2:45 pm

    The City of Chesapeake, Va. and the State of Virginia are right along with the FOIA evasions in whatever way they can take advantage of them. Doesn’t surprise me.

  2. MrTuvok permalink
    July 8, 2016 7:58 am

    While I understand your concern for the overclassification of documents, what is puzzling about the Clinton case is rather the relatively few documents she handled that were reportedly classified.

    It can be no doubt that she indeed handled such documents inappropriately and broke both the letter and the spirit of the law that governs the handling of classified documents.

    However, there were a mere 100 documents containing classified material throughout her tenure as secretary of state? How could this be?

    This raises the question whether there were a large number of documents that did not make it to the investigation. Furthermore, this emphasizes the need to enforce the laws and regulations that protect that there are documents to evaluate for FOIA requests.

  3. Hl Mencan permalink
    July 9, 2016 11:32 am

    Press reported recently of emails discussing unusual (by background) candidate/member of Sec of State’s ISAB, one Rajiv K. Fernando. Emails found or produced rather late in the game it seems again — evidently for a lawsuit by Judicial Watch. Comey’s statement on Sec. HRC’s records certainly raises question after question about the value of historical record (sorry for the doublespeak) of policy making at the dept. Will historians, decades from now, have a shot at putting together a complete picture?

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