According to the Daily Standard's Stephen F. Hayes, the Bush administration has decided to release most of the documents captured in post-war Afghanistan and Iraq. The details of the document release are still being worked out, according to officials with knowledge of the discussions.
The President has made clear in recent weeks his displeasure with the delays in getting the information out to the American public.
National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley and John Negroponte, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), informed House Intelligence Committee chairman Pete Hoekstra on Saturday.
We have previously reported on this issue, here and here.
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