No, silly, not his. The suspects in the Boston terror bombing. You didn’t really think Obama would release his, did you? Of course we realize the public will immediately wonder where his are if and when these are released.
The Obama administration will decide “in the coming days” whether taxpayers have a right to know if they helped fund the UMass education of four suspects linked to the Boston Marathon bombing investigation, the Herald has learned.
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth — which has stonewalled requests for the financial aid records of terror suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and three students accused of covering up for him — requested an “exception” to federal law from the U.S. Department of Education on Friday.
“We are reviewing the letter and expect to have a reply in the coming days,” U.S. Department of Education spokesman Jim Bradshaw told the Herald.
These people would leak anything damaging to a Republican. But terrors suspects are treated with kid gloves, so expect nothing, unless it can move Benghazi out of the headlines.
So far, UMass has cited federal privacy laws for insisting the records remain secret. Both MassBay and Bunker Hill community colleges released financial aid information on Dzhokhar and his brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, last week.