The DEA's report on Burning Man is censored, boring
The Drug Enforcement Administration agreed to release reports of investigations concerning Burning Man. Instead of being saturated with spoof-ready anecdotal accounts of the shroom batar system, the documents contained a whole lot of nothing.
Most of the good stuff was redacted from the 43 pages of “investigative files concerning the Burning Man Festival 2011-2015”, which was released to Government Attic, a site that requests and distributes documents obtained via the Freedom of Information Act.
The DEA withheld any information that would have invaded personal privacy, revealed investigation or prosecution techniques, or “could reasonably be expected to endanger the life of physical safety of any individual.”