The FBI’s Secret File Room

April 1, 2010

FBI Director Robert S. Mueller

An article in the Boston Globe this week, confirms previous Judiciary Report claims, regarding the FBI moving files out of their main offices and hiding them, when certain Freedom of Information Act requests come in, for information they do not wish to see the light of day in the public domain, as the agency’s conduct in said matter is very illegal and immoral.

The Judiciary Report previously wrote on February 10, 2009, “They will hide files, compress them, move them out of the office, even deliberately list them under misspelled names in their database, to keep unconstitutional investigations quiet, which is illegal.” 

This week, the Globe published an article about a secret off-site room the FBI hides files in, to thwart Freedom of Information Act searches and requests. The Judiciary Report was tipped off on this matter a few years ago and began writing about it as a matter of public interest. It is appalling to think, in a democratic government, such criminality and lack of transparency exists, at the hands of a rogue agency.

FBI gives a glimpse of its most secret layer

Globe Staff / March 29, 2010 – WASHINGTON — It is where the government has hidden the most secret information: plans to relocate Congress if Washington were attacked, dossiers on double agents, case files about high-profile mob figures and their politician friends, and a disturbing number of reports about the possible smuggling of atomic bombs into the United States.

It is also where the bureau stowed documents considered more embarrassing than classified, including its history of illegal spying on domestic political organizations and surveillance of nascent gay rights groups.

It is the FBI’s “special file room,’’ where for decades sensitive material has been stored separately from the bureau’s central filing system to restrict access severely and, in more sinister instances, some experts assert, prevent the Congress and the public from getting their hands on it…

http://www.boston.com

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