The Obama administration refuses to release the photos from the April 27 Air Force One photo-op that terrorized the citizens of Lower Manhattan.
According to the New York Post
"The $328,835 snapshots of an Air Force One backup plane buzzing lower Manhattan last week will not be shown to the public, the White House said yesterday.
'We have no plans to release them,' an aide to President Obama told The Post, refusing to comment further."
The definition of transparency in this administration is staggering.
Obama declassifies documents that spell out exactly how we interrogate enemy combatants, putting American lives in danger.
But a few pictures of Air Force One taken at the expense of the shattered nerves of millions of New Yorkers, well that's top-secret.
Could it be there is more to the story?
Gibbs has no idea.
Either way, you can call the White House and see if your photos are in and what time you can pick them up. After all, you already paid for them.