I gather from some of the prior comments that there is a failure by some to understand the significant difference between a password protected file and a hidden password protected document
Library such as the one discussed in this article. Yes, I agree that there are times professionals have to take measures to guard access to their work. The difference here is that Camp Lejeune is a Federally designated Superfund site which requires public disclosure of the documents pertaining to the release of the materials, the contamination sites and their clean up. Theses were not just password protected files, it was an entire document library detailing the loss of over 1 million gallons of fuel at the Hadnot Point Fuel Farm. The bigger question is why we're these files kept from public view? Why were they hidden from scientist working on our health studies until the existence of this library was accidentally discovered in 2010? And after that, why did it take two U.S. Senators to force the Navy to partially release the contents of this Library in August 2010?
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