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DOJ Confirms Previously-Denied File Said to Implicate US Officials in Nuclear Espionage by Erik Larson

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FOIA Responses: FBI File 203A-WF-210023 and Tom Lantos

The FBI confirmed it has 3429 pages potentially responsive to my FOIA request for records and references re: FBI File 203A-WF-210023, including Tom Lantos. Then in a subsequent letter it said, “the FBI neither confirms nor denies the existence of records which would indicate whether an individual or organization is or has ever been of investigatory interest.” According to Sibel Edmonds, this counterintelligence documented a ring, which included Turkish and Israeli agents, members of Congress, and State and Defense Dept. officials, which was involved in bribery, blackmail, money laundering, espionage, drug and arms trafficking, facilitation of terrorist activities, obstruction of FBI investigations, and provision of classified information to unauthorized parties, including secrets related to US foreign policy, and nuclear and conventional weapons technologies.