John Simkin Posted July 5, 2005 Share Posted July 5, 2005 The Bush administration is classifying documents at the rate of 125 a minute and a cost of $7.2bn a year. Federal departments classified 15.6m documents last year (twice the number classified in 2001). This included classifying documents from the Supreme Court that refer to CIA actions in the 1950s and 1960s. Most of these documents are being classified under the heading: “homeland security sensitive”. One of these documents that has been classified is a CIA biography of General Pinochet. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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