Wednesday, April 19, 2006


articles in the NYT this morning.

The first one is about a well known Washington reporter, Jack Anderson. The FBI is attempting to search just under 200 boxes of documents, notes, etc, that belonged to to him. Currently, his family is blocking the attempts.

F.B.I. Is Seeking to Search Papers of Dead Reporter - New York Times

The other article is about how Germany is finally opening up their Holocaust Archives in Bad Arolsen, which is more than 15 miles long. Its not yet open to the public; apparently the 1955 treaty needs to be revised first, and Italy is still holding out.

Germany Agrees to Open Holocaust Archive

So one on side, we have people witholding and blocking access to documents and on the other side, we have people attemtping to open them up.

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