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[26 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]
Edward Snowden’s GCHQ journalists’ intercept threat revelation: How I became a risk to UK security after filing Benghazi FOIAs

This is what the UK’s Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO), Libya Group, Middle East and North Africa Directorate, wrote me: “Additional resources would be required to deal with what is your fifth substantive [FOIA] request within three months, requiring the diversion of resources away from foreign policy work on such areas as security, counter-terrorism and developing the bilateral relationship with Libya.”

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[19 Nov 2014 | 41 Comments | ]
Steve Quayle Exposes Doug Hagmann’s NSA Targeting Allegation is Fake … Updated

Updated again. Please scroll down. I’ve obtained more evidence that Doug Hagmann, Judi McLeod, the owner and editor of Canada Free Press—whom I was writing for at the time, and “W,” Hagmann’s Intelligence Insider, Wayne Willott asked me to report a false allegation.

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[8 Oct 2014 | 22 Comments | ]
Did Doug Hagmann make up his NSA allegation he asked me to report? … Updated and updated

People deserve to know if they have been lied to, be it in the mainstream press or the “new,” “alternative” media, no matter how ugly the truth may be. There are “Christian truth-teller” media types who threaten and intimidate journalists with legal action and their colleagues who sanction such despicable behavior. Remember, it is only bad if the Obama administration does that but …

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[7 Oct 2014 | 3 Comments | ]
Memo to Rep. Martha Roby: Marines were Deployable—Benghazi FOIA exclusive

So the highly anticipated Benghazi Select Committee, chaired by Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), held its first open hearing on September 17, and the Committee is determined to get to the truth of the September 11, 2012 attacks in Benghazi, right? Then why did Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL) make assertions about the Marines that were inaccurate and omit critical information?

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[10 Jul 2014 | 11 Comments | ]
Leaked Federal Reserve Doc:  Go from paper homeowner instruments to electronic.  Foreclosure fraud? What fraud?

Updated with what you can do, resources to check out and court cases. “Obviously an effort to introduce Federal legislation in support of a national electronic mortgage and mortgage note transfer system is a very ambitious effort,” Thomas C. Baxter, Jr., General Counsel and Executive Vice President of the New York Federal Reserve Bank wrote.

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[23 Jun 2014 | 16 Comments | ]
Exclusive: President Obama frees terrorists while U.S. soldiers in Leavenworth. Sgt. Derrick Miller story

While President Barack Obama gave get-out-of-jail-free-cards to five top Taliban commanders from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in exchange for POW Bowe Bergahl, U.S. Army Sergeant Derrick Miller remains in Leavenworth prison, in Kansas, sentenced to life with no hope of a sentence reduction, let alone clemency.

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[15 Sep 2013 | No Comment | ]

Hours after the Sept. 11, 2012 Benghazi attacks, members of the U.S. Armed Forces were asking the million-dollar question: Why wasn’t Ambassador Christopher Stevens properly protected? According to information obtained in a Freedom of Information Act Request, they were in the dark. Just like the American people.

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[5 Sep 2013 | One Comment | ]

Per Secretary of the Navy instruction (SECNAVINST) 5720.42F, expedited processing is granted only when a requester can demonstrate a compelling need for the requested information. A compelling need exists under any of these circumstances: (1) when failure to obtain the records could reasonably be expected to pose an imminent threat to the life or physical safety of an individual; (2) when the information requested concerns a breaking news story of general public interest; or (3) when failure to provide the information will result in loss of substantial due process rights.

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[7 Jul 2013 | 4 Comments | ]

Not only is Obama’s National Security Agency (NSA) under fire for targeting U.S. citizens inside the United States and their worldwide espionage practices, they are stonewalling journalists’ ability to expose abuses within the spy agency itself by denying Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests by hiding behind Executive Order 13526. Even more disturbing, the NSA dismisses its U.S. victims who seek redress from NSA misconduct, and the journalists who try to expose it, as potential national security threats to the United States. Who is watching the watchers?