July 19, 2013

Pressure is mounting on the U.S. government to start exhibiting some of that “transparency” Barack Obama promised, by sharing information about the funeral aboard a U.S. ship for radical terrorist Osama bin Laden.

And it’s no longer a legitimate excuse to say that releasing the information would make other radical Muslim terrorists upset, according to a legal team that is challenging the Obama administration’s efforts to conceal details.

“The necessity of conducting the global war on terror should not render the U.S. government so afraid of its own shadow that it refuses to release truthful information to the American people when required by FOIA,” said attorneys with Judicial Watch in a new court filing.

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