Undeleted documents from other websites
Summary (posts follow):
Many times the memory hole doesn't work as some expect it to.
Last modified Dec 15, 2008
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The following is the transcript of the October 2, 2010 debate on Univision between Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman. It was originally at the Fresno Bee but they've since deleted it.
The following was at https://www.uta.edu/public-affairs/official-statements/stories.php?id=2133 until at least Apr 7, 2010. It's since been removed and was obtained from Google's cache: Statements by Jose Angel Gutierrez, San Antonio Evening News, April 11, 1969 Official Statements and FAQs — 26 April 2006 San Antonio Evening News April 11, 1969 Reporter Kemper Diehl MAYO LEADER WARNS OF VIOLENCE, RIOTING Statement made by Mexican Youth Organization: (MAYO) April 10, 1969
The page socialistinternational.org/viewArticle.cfm?ArticleID=1853 listing the members of that Socialist International commission used to contain the name Carol Browner. Her name was removed some time between 1/5/09 and 1/10/09. Click the picture for a screengrab (304kb), and the full text of the page as cached by google is below.
Remember the picture of Barack Obama "conferring" with recently-arrested Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich? If not, see this 12/10 post.
The following two documents were originally located at illinois.gov/govgazette/ and at illinois.gov/govgazette/pdfs/Gazetteedition_2008Nov_2.pdf. Those two were basically the same, and that entire document tree was deleted. Both documents were retrieved from Google's cache. They don't appear to contain anything noteworthy, but neither cached document had whatever photos were in the original. The govgazette document tree doesn't appear to be in archive.org's cache. illinois.gov/govgazette/pdfs/Gazetteedition_2008Nov_2.pdf
On November 5, Iowa/Illinois/Missouri TV station KHQA published "Who will fill Obama's senate seat?", which said that Barack Obama would be meeting with recently-arrested Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich on the afternoon of 11/5. It was previously at this link, but that now says it's "unavailable".