Where There’s Smoke, There’s Secrecy

by Tom Siebert
Two weeks before the midterm elections, a fire destroyed an old military building in Fort Meade, Maryland. The building housed the 902nd Military Intelligence Group, which conducts counterintelligence. Earlier this year, the ACLU sued the Army to get unit records, suggesting it kept records of anti-war protests–and protesters–in the U.S. If you thought the Democrats would take power after the election, wouldn’t you burn down an incriminating building filled with potentially explosive information?… – More..

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