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October 30, 2010


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Unfortunately, the government or players within the government have increasingly used so called “state secrets privilege” to hide fraud and corruption and to protect the guilty. These kinds of unethical and illegal actions by criminal elements within the government are hurting the principle of protecting things that for legitimate reasons need to remain classified and hidden behind the veil of secrecy, more than having to provide the necessary transparency needed to prosecute criminals ever will.

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