Latest Articles See all
Curious how much college Republicans were shelling out to have Milo Yiannopoulos come to their campus, Matthew Guariglia requested records related to his speaking tour. What he found led to a larger understanding of the few super-rich individuals funding a conservative movement.
In 1980, it appeared to activists as if a small bit of progress was finally being made in the push for LGBT civil rights, with the Democratic Party becoming the first major political party to endorse a gay-rights platform. That same year, the CIA appears to have released a three-page memorandum on how to recognize and ferret out homosexuals during investigations, perhaps for the purposes of blackmail.
Between 1975 and 1976, Senator Frank Church carried out a televised campaign to reign in the U.S. intelligence community. The “Church Committee,“ as it was later known, held hundreds of hearings, published hundreds of pages of reports, and revealed some of the CIA, NSA, and FBI’s most sinister and illegal plots. Now, internal documents released in the recent CREST deluge reveal that even after his 1984 death, Frank Church was still trolling the CIA.
On July 7, the Dallas Police engaged Micah Xavier Johnson in a 45-minute gun battle before ultimately sending in a bomb-defusing robot laden with explosives to kill him. Documents acquired from the DPD confirm what Chief David Brown said in July: there is absolutely nothing in their training materials to suggest that officers and manufacturers had previously considered using the robots for this deadly purpose.
Anyone with Google, a passing interest in espionage, or a love of Amy Adams knows by now that the life of television personality and French cook Julia Child was entwined in the U.S. intelligence apparatus. More ambiguous, however, is Child’s relationship to the FBI as the U.S. moved out of the joyous tidings of V-J Day and into the cold uncertainty of McCarthyism.
Latest Requests See all
|Penn Station After Incident Report NYPD||Awaiting Acknowledgement||New York City Police Department||New York City, NY|
|Penn Station After Incident Report Amtrak Police||Awaiting Response||Amtrak||United States of America|
|Penn Station After Incident Report Amtrak Police||Rejected||Amtrak||United States of America|
|Stampede footage||No Responsive Documents||NYC Department of Transportation||New York City, NY|
|Penn Station After Incident Report NYPD||Withdrawn||New York City Police Department||New York City, NY|
Recently Completed Requests See all
|UConn-Littler Mendelson||Completed||University of Connecticut||Connecticut|
|Louis Freeland Post||Completed||Federal Bureau of Investigation||United States of America|
|University of Washington-Milo||Completed||University of Washington||Washington|
|Eugene Genovese||Completed||Federal Bureau of Investigation||United States of America|
|Rhode Island Attorney General's Office||Completed||Office of the Attorney General||Rhode Island|