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Aug. 1, 2013, 2:01 p.m.
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MuckRock, the website that helps you FOIA people, launched a podcast today. They’re taking material and stories built up over the years and repackaging them in a way that allows fans to lean back and enjoy the fruits of their investigative labors.

Their first stab at telling “the amazing stories documents have to tell” revisits an earlier article by Bradley Campbell:

Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman is remembered for fathering quantum electrodynamics and his work building the first atom bomb. But while his roguish charm won over classrooms and the public, Feynman was subjected to years of espionage and scrutiny by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.


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