CASE CLOSED … what really happened in the 2001 anthrax attacks?

* SECRETS- The FBI refuses to produce the 16 pages relating to an Ivins Theory in the “Interim Case Management Summary” without referring to another agency (even though the FBI is the originating agency).

Posted by Lew Weinstein on June 30, 2016

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4 Responses to “* SECRETS- The FBI refuses to produce the 16 pages relating to an Ivins Theory in the “Interim Case Management Summary” without referring to another agency (even though the FBI is the originating agency).”

  1. DXer said

    FBI Seeks To Massage Lousy FOIA Response Times, Deter Requesters By Calling All Responses Over 50 Pages ‘Complex’
    from the further-breaking-a-badly-malfunctioning-system dept

    https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20170112/08303036470/fbi-seeks-to-massage-lousy-foia-response-times-deter-requesters-calling-all-responses-over-50-pages-complex.shtml

    “The FBI has reams of documents of interest to the public. And it knows it. That’s why it plays keepaway with so much of them. Sometimes it releases tons of fully-redacted pages to requesters — a middle finger to government transparency that also serves as a “response” on the FOIA balance sheets, ensuring the agency fulfills the letter of law while spitting on its spirit.

    Other times it just drags it feet. Requesters are often moved to sue the agency, thanks to its tendency to spend a year or four responding to FOIA requests. And that’s only if it hasn’t attempted to short-circuit the FOIA process by asking requesters for a small fortune in advance of its search for documents.

    The FBI’s internal search mechanisms are deliberately broken, forcing FOIA requesters to become intimately familiar with the FBI’s multiple databases and search methods, none of which seem to overlap. And when documents are finally delivered, a vast array of exceptions are deployed to ensure the public is given only the murkiest version of transparency.”

  2. DXer said

    The FBI makes clear that “Taking a Break” is also known as “Lazy Bones.”

    40-year-old theft vexes FBI: $1M Rockwell gone from Cherry Hill

    Updated: July 1, 2016 — 1:07 AM EDT

    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/20160701_40-year-old_theft_vexes_FBI___1M_Rockwell_gone_from_Cherry_Hill.html

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