The FBI claims it is releasing another round of documents to provide transparency for its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
“The FBI’s FOIA Library contains many files of public interest and historical value,” a notice reads when one accesses the archive, which includes another 100 pages of interviews and notes released today.
But despite acknowledging the “public interest,” the disclosure includes no fewer than 4,500 redactions, according to a count by The American Mirror.
The very first paragraph of the four-part document was redacted!
Other pages were rendered virtually useless for the public record as large portions were covered over:
In another case, it seemed more words were hidden than made available to the public:
And some pages were completely redacted:
Perhaps Mad Libs should turn the files into its next book.
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