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Posted on 03/13/2006 6:45:48 PM PST by Jewels1091
The Bush administration has decided to release most of the documents captured in post-war Afghanistan and Iraq. The details of the document release are still being worked out, according to officials with knowledge of the discussions. Those details are critical. At issue are things like the timeframe for releasing the documents, the mechanism for scrubbing documents for sensitive information, and most important, the criteria for withholding documents from the public. But some of the captured files should be available to the public and journalists within weeks if not days.
President George W. Bush has made clear in recent weeks his displeasure with the delays in getting the information out to the American public. On February 16, one day after ABC News broadcast excerpts of recordings featuring Saddam Hussein and his war cabinet, Bush met with congressional Republicans and several senior national security officials and said three times that the documents should be released. "This stuff ought to be out," he told National Security Adviser, Stephen Hadley. "Put this stuff out." It seems Bush will soon get his wish.
(Excerpt) Read more at weeklystandard.com ...
There are going to be some documents released soon.
In case you haven't seen this article yet...
What will be the line of attack from the Left on this?
Accuse W of leaking?
Hayes deserves a Pulitzer and he won't get one.
I hadn't seen this article, Miz. Thanks for the ping. I'll read it in the a.m. and just freepmailed it to myself. LOL
Finally and 'has decided' is a little misleading. We had a thread here, 2 days ago (?)...where it was mentioned there was problems getting this data released. Bush did make it happen.
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