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InvestigativeMedia has posted the remaining videos released by the U.S. Forest Service in response to its Oct. 14, 2014 Freedom of Information Act request. The additional videos include: M2U00262.mpg, M2U00263.mpg, M2U00264.mpg, M2U00265.mpg, M2U00266R.mp4, M2U00267.mpg, M2U00270.mpg, M2U00271.mpg and M2U00272.mpg. All of the Forest Service videos are available here.
Please begin Chapter X of the Yarnell Hill Fire discussion here. Once again, do not include more than one link in your comment in order to avoid the spam folder.
Please refrain from personal attacks. Stay focused on what is known and what is not known.
Thank you, John
InvestigativeMEDIA has posted 12 of the 21 videos released by the U.S. Forest Service in response to its October 13, 2014 Freedom of Information Act request.
The videos are being uploaded directly to a Dropbox account from the DVD the Forest Service mailed to InvestigativeMEDIA in early November.
The remaining 9 videos will be uploaded as soon as technical issues related to uploading very large files to the Dropbox folder are resolved.