U.S. COMPLETES HISTORIC TRANSFER OF 47,000 DECLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS TO ARGENTINE GOVERNMENT | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


U.S. COMPLETES HISTORIC TRANSFER OF 47,000 DECLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS TO ARGENTINE GOVERNMENT

Declassification Diplomacy: Trump Administration Turns Over Massive Collection of Intelligence Records on Human Rights and Argentina

Today in a diplomatic ceremony hosted by U.S. Archivist David Ferriero at the National Archives, U.S. officials completed the turnover of some 7,500 CIA, FBI, DOD, NSC and State Department records—47,000 pages in total—to Argentina’s Minister of Justice and Human Rights, German Garavano. Ferriero said that reviewers worked for a total of 32,000 hours to complete the task, which began during the Obama administration and was completed under the Trump administration, and were able to release the documents 97% unredacted.

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