In 1981, the NSA (National Security Agency) sought an exemption from the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which gave them an invincibility from CIA and DIA, from the Press, and from anyone else who wanted to stop them.
The 1977 assasination of Athens, Greece CIA Station Chief Richard Welch was the catalyst for this FOIA exemption in 1981.
This is one of the issues I was to check up on when I started the MKULTRA mission in 1981, and that is why I have 29 year old microfilm copies of pertinent new reports.
Rather than amend the FOIA, the government amended the National Security Act of 1947, and it was amended for the CIA. I've mentioned the National Security Act of 1947 a few times, and many other activists are also pointing the finger at the National Security Act of 1947. See The National Security Act of 1947 Betrayal.
I've also put a page to pdf since items of interest seem to be vanishing from the internet.
DIA got their exception in 2001, pdf here of Floyd D. Spence National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2001, and the following page which discusses the secrecy (or slyness) of it's inception is recommended reading:
"The proposed section extends to the DIA the language of the CIA Information Act of 1984, which exempted certain files in the CIA's directorate of operations from the Freedom of Information Act on the basis of an extensive public record, multiple hearings, and specificity as to exactly which files would be covered. Unlike the CIA Act, however, there were no public hearings on the proposed DIA exemption, no debate, no testimony, and no public record other than a misleading five-paragraph "background paper" from the DIA. And while the CIA had argued in 1984 that the operational exemption would actually produce a net increase in released material, it is clear that the application of such an exemption to the DIA would drastically reduce the number of documents currently being released."
FYI, here's a 2003 FOIA report discussing the number of Exemption 3 denials, Agencies Rely on Wide Range of Exemption 3 Statutes. (pdf backup)
So my question is: When did NSA get their exception, and how, or did they simply take it, and when.
NSA definitely has been hiding many terrible crimes, it is widely reported by many people on the internet, based upon various documentaries and news reports, etc.
It's also part of my allegations that NSA was disobeying Reagan's orders in regard to the continued coverup of the JFK assassination, and other issues, and that DIA and CIA couldn't get at NSA's secret files and subsequently stop the takeover.
As stated on my other website, I have only a handful of documents remaining that accurately depict my educational background and other matters, the materials having being stolen. I also have only a handful of other documents that I was to use in the counter intelligence operation.
In September 1981, the CIA, NSA, and DIA sought an exemption from the Freedom of Information Act, to conceal the identities of their operatives.
Here are 2 microfilm pages on this exemption, these docs I held have survived 29 years in a cardboard box (click for larger images):
quoting the article:
"It started out as a request for an exemption for the C.I.A.," Mr. Halperin said. "Then it was the National Security Agency. Now it is the Defense Intelligence Agency, too. The question is: Where do you draw the line?"
I am not the only one trying to tell you that the NSA is a primary vehicle of the NWO long range takeovers, and that the NSA employs agents who conduct gang stalking, mind control, and murder.
Why would the NSA need exemptions to protect field operatives if they are only a cryptologic agency?
That doesn't quite make sense to me. Supposedly the NSA gathers all their information from electronic surveillance of telecommunications, and they're big on satellites.
Take a look at the following snapshot of an NSA webpage, notice the career "Security (Police)", circled in yellow. Those are the ones who needed anonymity, so they could carry out the long range takeover with impunity. You can click the jpg below for a larger image.
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