I have a feeling if the gov wanted a decrypt tool they have people who are smart enough and computers good enough to get through just about any encryption. Now as to the ethical use of these that is a whole other topic.
what about this story?
The FBI was reportedly unable to get past the advanced encryption system, and returned the hard drives to the Brazilian police.
Read more _linenums:0'>The US Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has failed to decrypt five hard drives protected by the open-source encryption software TrueCrypt.Brazilian news site Globo reports that the hard drives belong to Daniel Dantas, currently under investigation by Brazilian police for money laundering.After five months of failed attempts to access the hard drives, Brazilian authorities requested assistance from the FBI.The FBI tried to bypass the encryption password by using a program called 'dictionary', which randomly tests multiple password combinations until the right one is found.The FBI was reportedly unable to get past the advanced encryption system, and returned the hard drives to the Brazilian police.Read more: [url="http://www.itproportal.com/portal/news/article/2010/6/28/truecrypt-beats-fbi-encryption-experts-money-laundering-case/#ixzz0vBOK9y6R"]http://www.itproportal.com/portal/news/art.../#ixzz0vBOK9y6R[/url]