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  1. Default Library and Archives Lawsuit

    There is nothing to stop me from uploading to the internet all of the documents that the archives gave to me, or other documents that I copied prior to the archives blocking access to them. Bloomfield put no restrictions on access to this documents other than not releasing his papers until 20 years after he died. Can do with these documents whatever I want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kowalski View Post
    There is nothing to stop me from uploading to the internet all of the documents that the archives gave to me, or other documents that I copied prior to the archives blocking access to them. Bloomfield put no restrictions on access to this documents other than not releasing his papers until 20 years after he died. Can do with these documents whatever I want to.
    Well then, please let us know what you plan to do with them when you decide what to do with them in the way of more public disclosure, or sending copies to qualified researchers, etc. I know I'd be interested, Bloomfield or someone(s) associated with him seem to have had some 'involvement' before, during or after in at least three <major> covert operations I know of...and likely many more. PM if you don't care to publicly say, anytime.
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  3. Default Library and Archives Lawsuit

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by John Kowalski View Post
    There is nothing to stop me from uploading to the internet all of the documents that the archives gave to me, or other documents that I copied prior to the archives blocking access to them. Bloomfield put no restrictions on access to this documents other than not releasing his papers until 20 years after he died. Can do with these documents whatever I want to.
    Well then, please let us know what you plan to do with them when you decide what to do with them in the way of more public disclosure, or sending copies to qualified researchers, etc. I know I'd be interested, Bloomfield or someone(s) associated with him seem to have had some 'involvement' before, during or after in at least three <major> covert operations I know of...and likely many more. PM if you don't care to publicly say, anytime.
    What are the 3 operations?

    Will let you know what I plan to do with his files.

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