The FBI uses controversial drone technology in the U.S. but has refused to identify how often agents deploy the unmanned planes.
Motherboard.com reports that the obscurity of the drone missions has irked privacy advocates.
But now, some of the missions have come to light thanks to documents obtained by MuckRock.
The FBI has used drones to investigate dog fighting operations and drug trafficking and to search for some of the bureau’s 10 most wanted fugitives.
Unfortunately for transparency advocates, the records don’t indicate details of a lot of other cases.