posted on Dec, 14 2009 @ 05:28 PM
From Huffington Post: www.huffingtonpost.com...
The White House has finally agreed to restore millions of missing e-mails from George W. Bush's presidency.
On Friday, Mother Jones detailed the "years-long legal battle" that Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics (CREW) and the National Security Archive
(NSA) fought against the Bush administration over some archiving problems that led to the loss of over 20 million White House emails.
But don't get too excited -- the e-mails could take years to become accessible to the public.
"The actual time-frame is not clear," said Melanie Sloan, CREW's executive director. "The emails could be released in 5, maybe 10 years under the
Presidential Records Act."
Regardless of whether the emails are released, their recovery will shed some light on why the emails went missing in the first place and why the Bush
administration "knowingly continued to use a broken system for preserving electronic records," according to a CREW press release.
As if Bush's administration didn't already smell of buckets of chum at Fisherman's Wharf, these missing emails were from the Valerie Plame time
period. I'm sure some evidence can be found in the emails that points to some treasonous acts committed by Bush, Cheney, Yoo, among others. Will we
ever see these goons in prison where they belong?