On 3/26/2012 7:10 PM, Hank Sienzant (AKA Joe Zircon) wrote:
> On Mar 25, 6:11 pm, Anthony Marsh<anthony.ma...@comcast.net> wrote:Well, then you should have asked about that specific point. Thanks for
>> On 3/25/2012 9:56 AM, claviger wrote:
>>> On Mar 24, 5:54 pm, Anthony Marsh<anthony.ma...@comcast.net> wrote:
>>>>>> Actually . . . the solid science that has been done since the 60s
>>>>>> Authentication of the autopsy photos and x-rays
>>>>> If true, we wouldn't be having this conversation right now would we? Based
>>>> Can you explain why this current administration felt that it was so
>> CIA Declassifies World War I-Era Documents
>> KIMBERLY DOZIER 04/19/11 10:28 PM ET AP
>> WASHINGTON ? The CIA lifted the lid on one corner of the cloak and
>> The documents show top techniques used by spies, generals and diplomats
>> One document suggests this method for passing secret messages: soaking a
>> There's even a document written in French of the German's secret ink
>> "These documents remained classified for nearly a century until recent
>> Recent advances in the chemistry of secret ink, and the lighting methods
>> Documents on secret writing fall under the CIA's authority to
>> But the CIA was not always so eager to share these particular secrets,
>> Nor was he impressed at Panetta's statement that the documents could be
>> "Invisible ink was rendered obsolete by digital encryption long ago, not
>> "Director Panetta is attempting to rationalize the CIA's irrational
>> The documents are now available on the agency's website at the site's
>> Scholars will also be able to examine them at the National Archives.
>> Why are you so uninformed? Is it to maintain your fiction that you are a
> You originally said:
> "Can you explain why this current administration felt that it was so vital
> I see nothing about these methods being published in a children's magazine
spotting that typo. It was 1931, not 1921. It was not a national story so
you might not be able to find it online. It was published only in The
Boston Globe and was a special profile of the archivist who got the
?There is something like 2,500 separate classification guides in operation
He recently won a symbolic victory when the CIA relented after years of
?The reason they caved was because the National Declassification Center
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