A major scandal just broke involving a case that was presumed closed many years ago. Bill and Hillary Clinton won’t happy if new information is confirmed that might further tarnish their legacy.
“The CIA has for over 20 years stonewalled the release of information now sought by Judicial Watch on the Mena Airport controversy,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. But their lawsuit could turn the tide.
Specifically, the organization Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit is after a 1996 report filed by the Clinton Administration’s CIA director about an alleged illegal operation out of Mena, Arkansas in the 80s.
To recap Many Americans likely remember the story concerning “a drug-running, arms smuggling and intelligence operation” from Mena’s airport. Judicial Watch wants to make sure that the truth is finally discovered.
We know Inspector General Frederick Hitz said back then that “no evidence has been found to indicate that the CIA or anyone acting on its behalf participated in, or otherwise had knowledge of, any illegal or improper activities.”
But could there be more to it than the Clinton CIA’s official story? This is exactly what Judicial Watch is seeking to find out, and they should be commended for trying to shed further light on this decades-old controversy.
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