One interesting document also obtained through the FOIA, is an e-mail to a list of multiple contacts (exempt from disclosure under the FOIA) which appears to be the response by the Director of Public Safety at Fort Rucker to said inquiry. His response reiterates that at 1840 hours, a call was received to assist the police, yet who the call was from initiating the event still remains a mystery to the public. This is the key to solving whether this went against federal law.
If a call was received by someone/anyone, then how can it be a mystery as to WHO placed it? My point is that someone KNOWS and they probably are not exempt for any FOIA request so that's the real reason why it's a mystery.
Whether it be Public or Private, known or unknown, common sense says that if it was legal/justified then there would in fact be no mystery about it.
Hell now wonder they can't find Bin Ladin~~they can't even track a phone call.
That's a joke! SURE IT IS~~