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9 11 FOIA Navy

9 11 FOIA Navy

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Date Created:April 8, 2013

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QUANTICO 12134-2253 

5720 F13-0769 SEROOLJF/13U0896 
Mr. Christopher Farrell C/O Judicial Watch 

501 School Street Suite 725 Washington, 20024 
Dear Mr. Farrell: 
During the processing your September 24, 2002 Freedom Information Act (FOIA) request originally submitted the Defense Intelligence Agency(DIA) and the National Security Agency(NSA)in which you seek information concerning" the September 11th attacks", DIA/NSA personnel identified responsive documents that fall under the release authority the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS). The NSA referred those documents along with copy your request via the Chief Naval Operations (DNS-36) this office for processing and direct response you. Your request was received March 21, 2013. apologize for the delay processing your request. are unable provide you final determination your request within the working day statutory time frame established the FOIA because the referred documents require classification review. Accordingly, find that must invoke the ten additional working day extension provision established under U.S.C.  552(a)(6)(B)(iii) and Department the Navy regulations published C.F.R.  701.8(g)(2). Your request has been placed our complex queue. this time, are unable provide you approximate completion date. will send you update regarding your request once the review process complete. 
Because this date beyond the working day time limit the FOIA, must inform you your right appeal the Judge Advocate General the Navy (Code 14), 1322 Patterson Avenue SE, Suite 3000, Washington Navy Yard, 20374-5066. Your appeal must postmarked within calendar days from the date this letter considered and should inch1de copy your initial request letter plus copy this correspondence. Additionally, your appeal correspondence should include statement why you believe your appeal should granted. recommend that your appeal letter and its envelope both bear the notation, "Freedom Information Act Appeal." the alternative, should you agree await substantive response, advised that your right appeal any denial information, whole part, will not prejudiced any way. the event partial total denial, you will afforded calendar days from the date denial which appeal. you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our office (571) 305-9092.