Makes us wonder if the work researcher Emilio Reyes is forcing the Interior Department, and the BIA's losses to him in court have something to do with this effort to relax rules on Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) responses. We discussed the BIA's OKIE DOKE in July 2017
"Interior current political appointees prefer to operate in secrecy and regard the Freedom of Information Act as a nuisance, not a responsibility," Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), said in a statement. "These changes are designed to facilitate more official stonewalling and delays in producing public records, especially on fast developing news stories."'
READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE
The Department of Interior and it's Bureau of Information have MANY SECRETS to keep. The mistakes they've made, some deliberate, are too big to avoid scutiny. Emilio Reyes is exposing them to the Justice Department.