This is simply NOT TRUE, and it has been pointed out numerous times in this forum as well as in this thread. An FOIA request cannot breach the privacy restrictions which protect military records without prior authorization (SF 180) that specify the parameters of what is to be released and TO WHOM.
Kerry has supposedly submitted an SF-180, which gives authorization to release his military records. Do you know what parameters Kerry placed on his SF-180? I don't, which is why I have stated that in post 126 that we need to see his SF-180 to see the limitations, if any.
As far as being able to designate who can see these records as part of the authorization (SF 180), I would like to see the primary source for this assertion. I hve been involved in FOIA releases, and have never heard of such a restriction. In essence, you are limiting the public's right to know. Also, if you were to limit who can receive such material, what conditions are placed upon them for the release of the material to others not named?