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Re: CIA Discloses Korean Spy Records
I thought you two guys (Joe and Mike) were Agency insiders <g>
I understand Hans Tofte kept some documents (50-51 CIA in Korea) when he
left Korea. Who has the Tofte files now? Did the Agency take them back?
----- Original Message -----
From: Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 8:09 PM
Subject: Re: CIA Discloses Korean Spy Records
> Sorry, but no can do. For one thing, it's not just one document, but
> many; and with many pages. (This fact fashionably hides my inability to
> the documents into the format you suggest)...
I well understand the situation. :-)
> ...As you no doubt have learned yourself, the trick is to identify to the
> Agency on your FOIA request the requested document e-x-a-c-t-l-y per its
Yes, I'm extremely familiar with FOIA. Not to mention being extremely
frustrated with the low priority with which almost all of out federal level
agencies assign to it. :-( It has taken me years to have simple innocuous
> And I have those exact titles in the book. So try to either shoplift a
> or Help Send a Starving Author to Maui and buy one:-)
Hah! I beat you too it. I'm anxiously awaiting its arrival (along with $150
of other books I ordered). We members of the "Starving Authors of the World"
have to stick together. ;-)
Joseph S. Bermudez Jr.
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