Hitch with FOIA Related to H Clinton could be ‘X-Files’-related

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2007-07-25 13:29:07

www.heraldtribune.co… Wednesday, July 18, 2007, 11:45 am By Billy Cox FOIA hitch could be ‘X-Files’-related Meanwhile, north of the border in Winnipeg, as the grotesquely protracted U.S. presidential campaign grinds on and on and on, Grant Cameron is still waiting for the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library to send him the UFO stuff.When the 138 million-page library opened its doors in Little Rock, Ark., in January ’06, Cameron and scores of his Freedom of Information Act requests were idling near the front of the line.At his Web site, Cameron chronicles frequent conversational UFO references by the Clinton White House. He says his FOIAs are trolling for the sort of unglamorous tedium (e.g., schedules from the early 1990s, when the late billionaire philanthropist Laurance Rockefeller was distributing UFO briefing documents to Washington insiders) that could provide a back-door glimpse into the Clintons’ maneuvering with the issue.Grounded by U.S. security agents in 2005 (De Void, 7/3/07) from presenting his “64 Reasons the Government Decided Not to Tell You What’s Going On” to a crowd in Los Angeles, Cameron’s an old hand at the FOIA game. That’s why he’s a tad puzzled over why he’s heard so little from the Clinton Library.“I got Nancy’s (Reagan) astrology stuff a lot sooner than this,” he says. “Six months, somewhere in there, mostly copies of newspaper articles, editorial cartoons they’d collected, huge amounts of paper, maybe 2,000 pages.”Why the long delay with Clinton? Cameron suspects Sen. Hillary Clinton’s bid for the White House is a factor.“There’s things in there like (chief of staff John) Podesta’s 50th birthday party,” Cameron says. “Podesta was a big ‘X-Files’ fan, and Bill and Hillary came dressed up as ‘X-File’ characters. There’s videotape of it, and I’ve requested it. I’m sure they don’t want that kind of material coming out during the election cycle.”Unless the former first couple employed themes from the episodes “Home” (inbred pig people) or “The Host” (worm/human mutant sewage parasite), De Void fails to see the problem.

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