Lastest Disclosures at the National Security Archive NSA

Chiquita Sues to Block Release of Files on Colombia Terrorist Payments
Published on National Security Archive NSA, by Michael Evans, April 8, 2013.

  • Banana Giant Fears National Security Archive “Media Campaign,”
  • Company Says SEC Should Withhold Info on Illegal Transactions;   

Freedom of Information Follies: FOIA Reviewers Declassify Same Rwanda Document Four Times, Creating New Secrets Each Time
Published on National Security Archive NSA, Electronic Briefing Book No. 420, by Michael Dobbs, April 3, 2013;

D.C. Circuit Rejects Justice Department Maneuver
Published on National Security Archive NSA, by Tom Blanton and Nate Jones, April 2, 2013.

  • Unanimous CREW v. FEC Decision Terms DoJ View “Impermissible”,
  • Justice Claim Would Have Undermined Open Government Act of 2007,
  • Court Ruling Supports National Security Archive “Rosemary Award” to Justice Department for Worst Open Government Performance in 2012;

Dos Erres Massacre Radio Show Wins 2013 Peabody Award
Published on National Security Archive NSA, by Kate Doyle, March 28, 2013.

  • Interviewees Include Archive Analyst Kate Doyle,
  • Declassified Documents Assist Prosecutions For 1982 Guatemala Atrocity 30 Years Later.

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