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Re: releasing report
Posted by MikeC/TX of TX on 5/8/19 4:51pm Msg #72457
"Sorry Mike, but a security clearance is very specific. Just because you have confidential, secret, top secret, or top secret-crypto does not give you access to all of the info. it is on a need to know basis."

I understand that, but if your job includes oversight of another branch of government, isn't there a need to know? The only thing they can't get access to without court permission, regardless of security clearance, is grand jury testimony.
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 I'm puzzled. - HisHughness on 5/7/19 1:11pm
 releasing report - Art_MD on 5/7/19 6:21pm
 Re: releasing report - MikeC/TX on 5/7/19 6:56pm
 Re: releasing report - bagger on 5/7/19 7:13pm
 Congress security clearance ... - Yoli/CA on 5/7/19 7:38pm
 Re: Congress security clearance ... - bagger on 5/7/19 7:57pm
 Re: releasing report - MikeC/TX on 5/8/19 4:51pm
 Re: releasing report - bagger on 5/15/19 3:16pm
 Re: I - bagger on 5/7/19 6:59pm



 
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