See url: http://cryptome.org/2015/03/roark-107.pdf The gloves are off. Diane Roark has exceeded her previous performances. What a woman, what learning...a brilliant exposition of her case. She is asking for a return of all of her property from illegal searches, and that such documents aren't classified and classified documents are not to be classified because they are an embarrassment or to hide criminality. General Warrant searches are all the rage in the US and the UK at the moment. We got to stop those terrorists and if a few informers, journalists and whistleblowers get caught in the dragnet for revealing official corruption or incompetence...during a illegal search or with a general what the hell... J. Quoting Seymane's case too. An Englishman's home is his castle. One of England's oldest cases on constitutional law, protecting the individual from arbitrary search and possession of one's property or person. Well worth a read by all of those folks with an interest in constitutional law and freedom of speech. See url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semayne%27s_case And url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wilkes Wilkes & Liberty. For an interesting journey down the Englishman's home is his castle route, with visits to the Hellfire Club by the establishment at the time. ATB Dougie.