Why are the prolific federal “redactors” — never punished?

[dropcap]When[/dropcap] it comes to questionable behavior by some inside our intel agencies, there are endless termite tunnels to crawl through and not enough investigative bandwidth — or will — to examine each one.

For the first time in my memory, a member of Congress is exploring one of these relatively uncharted tunnels: improper redactions of government documents. The head of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), is not only seeking redacted material but also is trying to find out who is responsible for withholding it. (Continued…)

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  1. Sharyl:

    Suggest to Sen. Johnson that he investigate the highly secretive former Clinton Intel and Nat. Sec. advisor law professor James P. Chandler III. Hi strongly suspect thatIA reviews have passed through him since 1983, thru Bush and Obama. The AFI Crimeline has much data in him.

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