Prince Bandar bin Sultan of “The 28 Pages” and the UK’s Margaret Thatcher involved in “…(the UK’s) biggest, most lucrative arms deal in history….”
~~~ The United Kingdom’s largest ever export contract and largest ever arms deal. ~~~
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November 22, 2013 will mark the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination, and significant information is still being suppressed. If certain elements with influence over the government have their way, this information will never be released.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has created a "National Archives Open Government Idea Forum" at ideascale.com for the public to submit, comment on, and vote for ideas. One submission that is gaining popularity is for NARA to: "Create a JFK Records Declassification Project":
The National Archives should create a project to declassify remaining secret JFK assassination records before the 50th anniversary of that tragic event in 2013. The Archives recently established Berlin Wall and Pentagon Papers anniversary projects. Public interest is high in the remaining secret JFK assassination records. Such a project would fulfill President Obama's desire that his administration be the most open administration in the history of the United States. http://naraopengov.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Create-a-JFK-Records-Declassification-Project/338782-17906
General Michael Hayden, former NSC Chief, NSA Director and CIA Director, now appointee to the 'Public Interest Declassification Board' - by Mitch McConnell, although for some reason it was first recorded in the Congressional Record that it was Harry Reid...
Michael Hayden Profile
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Hayden Named to Public Interest Declass Board
September 10th, 2009 by Steven Aftergood
If one were searching for an individual to represent the public interest in promoting declassification of government records, the first name that came to mind would probably not be Michael V. Hayden, the former director of the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency. But improbable as it may seem, he is the latest appointee to the Public Interest Declassification Board (PIDB), an official body that advises the President on declassification policies, priorities and potential reforms.