Tuesday, May 24, 2016

From Jenna Orkin  
From FAS (Federation of American Scientists) SOME STATE SECRETS CASES MAY STAY SECRET
A definitive accounting of the number of lawsuits in which the U.S. Government has invoked the state secrets privilege cannot be provided because some of those cases may be too sensitive to acknowledge or disclose, the Department of Justice told Congress in
newly released correspondence from 2013. 
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