The best place to hide a file is in a pile of files!
As you may recall, Judge Berrigan’s Order required the Government to “provide a detailed inventory of what it seized from the premises of 2000 Belle Chasse Highway”:
That inventory shall indicate what was seized, from where it was seized, and on what basis the Government concluded that the seized material was related to River Birch, Inc.
SLABBED has hosted several photo-tours of the third floor of the River Birch office building. Consequently, I’ve become familiar enough with the Government’s photographs to wonder about the way the Government’s inventory will word the descriptions of the “what…where… and on what basis” required by the Order.
Let’s suppose for a moment that something was seized from the location pictured below. Do you think Judge Ginger had something like this in mind for the description of “where” — seized from pile of shit under the empty box atop large tan file cabinet? Did she consider the possibility that a description of “on what basis” might read — Agent A said with so much shit piled up everywhere we needed to take the whole pile back to see if what he’d found was evidence purged from those boxes marked “FRH Purged Files” that were headed for “Storage”.
If you need a little Friday night fun, try your hand at rewording my description or be creative and use the photograph below the jump or select one shown in one of the tours: