by James Corbett
corbettreport on Jun 20, 2011
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A recent court case in Utah has uncovered yet more evidence that the FBI is hiding key documents from the public by placing them in a separate, hitherto unknown electronic storage medium known as an “S-drive.” The fact that this drive was previously unknown has raised the specter that the FBI are using it as a place to hide requests for sensitive documents through the Freedom of Information Act. Now, a federal judge has given the FBI until the end of the month to explain what the S-drive is, how it is being used, and whether it contains key documents related to the case in question…
Secret FBI Storage Drive to Shield Evidence from FOIA? by James Corbett
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Great the court is doing this, and difficult to imagine it is taking place in Utah.