Al Quada and The Taliban sue under the Freedom of Information Act (FoIA)

Written by SirBeavis

Wednesday, 10 February 2010

ACLU spokesman Donna McKay, Director of Institutional Advancement and Special Projects announced today that they have recently accepted a joint Al Quada-Taliban request to file suit against the United States Department of Defense on their behalf under the freedom of information act.

The Freedom of Information Act request, filed with the DoD requests in part, "…All plans, programs policy letters and regulations relating to military operations in the Afghani theatre of operations, particularly in the Marjah Provence" and laments the fact NATO and DoD commanders have not as of yet released the requested information.

The DoD has yet to officially acknowledge the FOIA request. An anonymous DoD spokesman pointed out the DoD is not in the business of releasing classified military documents to the enemy but fears "…the administration may grant this request at the executive or cabinet level in order to help the Taliban understand we're apologetic for liberating half the world and really sorry for being the great satan and we are just nice people who want to be all inclusive."

The White House released the following statement in regards to the request: "Hope and Change, Hope And Change."

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