So much for Obama's 'transparency'

Clarice Feldman and Rosslyn Smith
The administration that released pictures of detainees and thereby damaged America's reputation abroad has decided some other photos will not see the light of day anytime soon.  According to the NY Post, the photos from last week' $328,835 flyover of lower manhattan by the aircraft that is designated Air Force One when the president is on board are not going to be released to the public.   One of the thousands who was scared witless by the stunt had this to say.   

Jeremy Olshan writes:

"I'm not surprised. Obama . . . wouldn't further all the bad publicity by putting out those pictures."

Thomas Lifson adds:

Is a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit possible? Does it apply to photographs as well as documents? After all, we paid a lot of money for those photos.
The administration that released pictures of detainees and thereby damaged America's reputation abroad has decided some other photos will not see the light of day anytime soon.  According to the NY Post, the photos from last week' $328,835 flyover of lower manhattan by the aircraft that is designated Air Force One when the president is on board are not going to be released to the public.   One of the thousands who was scared witless by the stunt had this to say.   

Jeremy Olshan writes:

"I'm not surprised. Obama . . . wouldn't further all the bad publicity by putting out those pictures."

Thomas Lifson adds:

Is a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit possible? Does it apply to photographs as well as documents? After all, we paid a lot of money for those photos.