What all our viewer didn't get to see, that Mom and Dad got to watch, isn't all the docs that finally came in the mail, but all the rejections, turn downs, runarounds, red tape, being jerked around with over slightly wording something wrong, and of course the amount of initial search he got from the government. Many times initial searches would be token, and would accompany a rejection, so appeal after appeal had to be done. Last but not least the issue of the fees, many being paid for by John, many being waved requiring special applications, etc. etc. The information act may imply it is free, but does not mean fees to copy them are free, they charge for it, and initial searches are limited in time and money. It takes unwavering tenacity, and being so committed to getting the information Documents, you never give up. That is John just trying away, everyday sending off thousands of letters to every corner of the government, and doing it all within our laws, above board, legally. That is what I am most proud of is he has become an expert in the legal processes of the FOIA, and finding out even in frustration, we can find ways the government does serve us.