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Judicial Watch Sues Defense Department after U.S. Army Crime Records Center Refuses to Answer FOIA Request about Illicit Use of Opiates by American Military Personnel in Afghanistan

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Judicial Watch Sues Defense Department after U.S. Army Crime Records Center Refuses to Answer FOIA Request about Illicit Use of Opiates by American Military Personnel in Afghanistan

Army Claims Records Search ‘Unfeasible to Perform’ even though Army Crime Records Center Conducted Search and Produced Records in Two Weeks in Response to Identical Freedom of Information Act Request by Judicial Watch in March 2012 (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it filed a Freedom of Information Act…

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