redaction was our Word of the Day on 05/03/2013. Hear the podcast!
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In short, nothing of significance to warrant the redactions.
What matters now is whether the FBI provides Congress the records in a timely way—and without the sneaky redactions that have been used to keep the American people in the dark.
According to the department, there is almost 750 hours of body-camera footage that would require review and the redaction of some items, a process that could take as long as six months to complete.
Schiff, 57, and other Democrats on the committee created their own rebuttal memo which was released – along with heavy redactions – in late February.
The White House reviewed the document and said it could be made public without any redactions.
Democrats have already sent their memo to the FBI and Justice Department for review, and no redactions have been requested yet from those agencies, Schiff said.
Subtle redactions and word choice adjustments are pervasive throughout site.
President Donald Trump cleared the Democratic version for release after insisting on redactions requested by the FBI and Justice Department to withhold classified information.
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