Is the FBI 'Blackballing Records' Related to Gang Stalking?
How does the Freedom of Information Act reveal government misconduct when agencies like the FBI can internally 'blackball files' without revealing it to the FOIA requester?
The FBI's blackballing of records has recently been outed by some diligent FOIA requesters and investigative journalists. This "internal blackballing of files" allows the FBI the ability to respond with a "no records" response even after it finds records that are initially deemed responsive to a request. Some commentators are pointing to the enigma of a massive multi-million dollar state and federal surveillance response to Occupy Wall Street and the FBI's "no records response" to FOIA requests regarding its records of Occupy Wall Street as explained by the FBI's internal blackballing of files:
Of course, the FBI has denied FOIA responsive records of Osama Bin Laden stating that they were protecting his privacy:
The FBI reportedly destroyed tapes of the Murrah building that would have revealed every passenger exiting the truck that destroyed (in part, according to some) that building in the 1995 bombing:
Keep in mind the defense teams for McVeigh and Nichols spent millions of taxpayer dollars seeking other "co-conspirators" initially named in the federal indictment as John Doe's. Could these "missing tapes" be a flagrant example of illegal FBI internal blackballing of FOIA materials? The public will probably never know.
The author has confirmed in a sworn statement by the late Ted L. Gunderson that he personally put dozens of gang stalking vicitims in communication with FBI officials to make complaints about gang stalking. The FBI has sworn under oath to the author that it has no records on gang stalking in federal litigation. Gunderson was the head of thee FBI offices, a Deputy Chief at FBI Headquarters, and, one of a handful of people interviewed for FBI Director in 1979:
What Can Be Done to Restore Sanity?
Everyone who is or has been a victim of the government gang stalking Program should go to house.gov, put in their zip code, find their elected official in the House of Representatives, and write to them stating that the FBI is lying about the existence of the gang stalking Program. The links in this article are enough to create serious doubt about the FBI's "no records response" to me, and at least a half dozen other FOIA requesters known to me, regarding gang stalking FOIA requests to the FBI.
Even in a democracy, the government has license to do a lot of unsavory things, but not the right to officially lie to the public.