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Justice Dept Responds to FOIA Request With Completely Redacted Document

Yes, the Department of Justice complied with the letter of the law and responded to a Freedom of Information Act request from the ACLU seeking insight into the Obama Administration’s policy on intercepting text messages from cell phones.

But no, it didn’t release any actual information. Or even any words or letters. As one Reddit comment put it, “[the document is] so transparent it’s completely invisible.”

Source: ABC News. Read full article. (link)

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  • SweatingGin||

    This is what the most transparent administration in history looks like.

    15 pages of black ink, not even the word 'The' could be released from it.

  • Jayce||

    But... but... but... Bush!

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