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Court decides CIA's “Bay of Pigs” report can stay secret

Court decides CIA's “Bay of Pigs” report can stay secret

More than half a century after the CIA's most infamous failure collapsed on an obscure Cuban beach, The Appeals Court for the District of Columbia has ruled that one volume of a five-part "opus" penned in 1973 can remain under wraps indefinitely, under a provision of federal Freedom of Information law that allows the government to withhold "deliberative" documents. Tom Blanton, director of the National Security Archive, a D.C.-based non-profit that fought for the documents,

over the national security bureaucracy:

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The Obama administration

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even though Obama has promised so much "transparency" that

.  In fact the Obama administration has been one of the most secretive in history,

Data, you want? Well, Obama has "

" Well, at least he's

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for drone assassinations of American citizens.

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