The Vault contains FBI Records from every period in the bureau’s history. However, the information contained in these records does not necessarily reflect the current FBI policies. These records are available for historical purposes only. Nevertheless, they do contain valuable information.
The Vault contains 6,700 documents and other forms of media. While some of the documents are relatively recent, others are much older and require further investigation. Some documents date back to the era of the Black Dahlia killer and Jack the Ripper.
The Vault also contains files from the investigation into the Whitechapel crimes of 1888. These FBI files look at how investigators investigated the crimes in that period. They include reports by FBI Supervisory Special Agent John E. Douglas, who notes that the victims were not tortured or sexually abused.
Some of the files from the Vault are heavily redacted, preventing the identity of correspondents from being revealed. However, one document is partially readable. It relates to a demonstration given by Foos to Army and CIA intelligence on August 8. The memorandum claims that Army intelligence has not yet determined if Foos’ demonstration proved his claims, and cites several other organizations, including the President’s Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped (PCPH), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VAH).
While some people believe that the Columbine High School massacre was an accident, the items in the Vault point to a deliberate plan. According to a source familiar with the two suspects, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris had been working on a mass shooting for over a year. One of their files even contains a manifesto in which they blame teachers for killings.
The Vault unexplained phenomenon has prompted many to question the FBI’s role in government investigations. Many Americans are unsure of how much information the agency collects. The Vault is a major public record, and the data contained in it is vital to the future of the United States.
A file in the Vault titled “Project Blue Book” contains letters written by an individual whose name is redacted. They appear on a letterhead that identifies the sender as a member of the “New Project Blue Book”. The letters were sent to the FBI in summer 1989. These letters were supposedly written by an individual who wrote them on behalf of the FBI and the United States government.
Although this case is unrelated to the FBI’s Vault, the FBI is still pointing the finger at Dr. Trump’s report. Despite the fact that the FBI has been split on Tesla’s technology, it has been proven that the U.S. government had long been divided on the technology. During that time, Brigadier General L.C. Craigee was the commander of Wright Patterson Air Force Base.