Established by Congress to investigate and expose government waste, the Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan has decided to not reveal its volumes of materials to the public for another two decades.
After three years of work, the commission officially shut down last week, having concluded that the U.S. misspent between $31 billion and $60 billion in contracting for services in Iraq and Afghanistan.
But it won’t allow its records to be opened for public review at the National Archives until 2031, because some of the documents contain “sensitive information,” according to one official.
TVNL Comment: The best way for criminals to hide their crimes is by declaring them top secret. JFK files, 9/11 evidence, fraud, whatever the crime, the criminals are in a place to set them up and hide the evidence.