I wholeheartedly agree with Tango Foxsnot that its time to move on, eh? I mean,
if we can forget all about the Isreali attack on the USS Liberty, the broken
treaties with the Indian nations, and the ongoing banking scandal(s), to name
just a very very few instances, we can surely keep our heads in the sand until
that unpleasant wake-up call coming just down the road.
While I think the requesst is "conspiracy fanatic" foolishness, the
law requires government agencies to do searches.Will it work if I
tell the IRS that it is too much trouble or too hard to dig through files and
fill out income tax forms for them?Given the blantent corruption and
obfuscation by some government agencies (Ruby Ridge, Branch Davidians, and now
the BATFE gun runner scheme) the public has scant reason to trust most
government agencies.Especially when they have misled people in the
past about searching records.
Again, why are we wasting tax dollars looking for more "evidence" in
an event that happened 16 years ago?Let it go people. Time to move
Why does the FBI keep so much data if its too much to search through? And if you
were looking for video tape only, it seems you could bypass hundreds of pages of
documentation and only slow down when you found something that looks like video
tape. If the FBI really wanted to comply with the court order, they could, but
they don't so they aren't. They ARE in contempt of court.