I recently asked a question that referenced a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch against the Obama Administration seeking the honoring of a FOIA request to disclose any pertinent info regarding the raid on Osama Bin Laden's raid that when released would not be considered a national security threat. The Obama Administration won the lawsuit and refused to turn over any information. http://www.funadvice.com/q/won_senator_scott_brown_reveal_source
Glenn Greenwald has now reported that despite claims that any information regarding the raid could potentially prove a security threat... the Obama Administration has in fact opened up its classified cache to Hollywood. It's working with filmmakers Mark Boal and Kathryn Bigelow to produce a propaganda piece due out this fall... illustrating the daring of the White House and Department of Defense during the raid. http://funadvice.com/r/160na7jbgs8 Does a glamorized revisioning satisfy your appetite for actual news... or are you more demanding of what is offered up for public consumption? Do you see a problem here?
Appears National Security means little - Hollywood glamor/celebrity/propaganda trumps all with this White House....
*I misspelled compound as RAID... apologies