Thomas Hofeller’s daughter Stephanie has made the Hofeller files and documents public. These are Tom Hofeller’s hard drives, thumb drives, and files, many pertaining to both redistricting efforts and efforts to get the citizenship question on the U.S. Census.
This week there was an explosion in Washington, DC – specifically, Dianne Feinstein, chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, exploded over documents vanishing from CIA provided computers at a CIA leased facility, and specifically relating to the CIA internal “Panetta Review”. While CIA director John Brennan and Feinstein argue, we can’t help but wonder: Just how naive do you have to be to believe that when the CIA produces documents on CIA provided computers, in a CIA leased facility, guarded by the CIA, that they won’t have left themselves a way to access those same computers? Or that they won’t use it?
The papers which underpinned the investigation into the anthrax scare and incidents of 2001 which included the death of five people, and which ultimately lead to the suicide of lead suspect Bruce Ivins last week, have not only been unsealed, but in record time they have been put on the Internet and made available to the public on the Department of Justice (DOJ) website.