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reply to post by spooky24
I tracked down the original poster- alibaba1a-He got this information from a CD of FBI documents that the bureau sent him. A lie-just what I thought.
None of this was ever classified. No FOIA was involved because I can't find the petition nor can I find which court, judge or the legal brief that must accompany each request. The FBI doesn't redact documents like that I don't know where this crock came from.
Actually, the FOIA is a federal court and misrepresenting that court is a felony under the RICO statues of wire fraud. False petition court was set up to stop people from using the acronym FOIA to misrepresent the material and charge them a fee.
The acronym FOIA needs to be removed from this post unless you can prove it-it's a crime.
reply to post by ThePeaceMaker
the pic of the van with airplanes hitting is...probably a hoax..
But the "urban moving" van is not. Dancing Isrealis were stopped in one of them...and there was another van stopped at a different location...same company.
Company packed bags and left country together with it's owner...shortly after 9/11.
I really don't understand what you are talking about? Doesn't FOIA mean Freedom of Information Act. It's not a Federal court and you don't need a judge or legal brief - just a simply form filled out?
Haven't had a good laugh for sometime now but this breaks the drought. It's redundant to continue to explain the process of challenging the clarification of any classified material. It took the late Harold Wiesburg 19 years to get the neutron activation test results from CE 399 reclassified and released to his custody. After more that 51 court appearances, with his lawyer finally serving pro bono, the FBI released the envelope to Mr. Wiesberg. The envelop was empty due to routine space saving document elimination.
Perhaps that explains the FOIA. I am not aware of one single document pertaining to 9/11 that has been reclassified. Basically, to persons who are quite naive, this makes a lie sound more realistic by attaching the FOIA to it. There are over 400,000 documents pertaining to 9/11 in the National Archives-many have never even been examined.