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DHS Dream Act Docs Part 6 7232011

DHS Dream Act Docs Part 6 7232011

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Some Haitians who arrived without papers were handed tourist visas, only find that status barred them from working; the more
fortunate received humanitarian parole, open-ended status that permits employment. Those already the country illegally were
allowed apply for temporary protected status, which shields recipients from deportation for least months and lets them work.
Almost random, seems, immigration jail was the hoc solution for these survivors and for others still hidden pockets the
nations sprawling detention network. Some the have already been transferred more remote immigration jails without
explanation. Wednesday, after inquiries The New York Times, spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement said the Florida
detainees were being processed for release, and that others who had arrived since the Jan. earthquake, some boat, were also
being held detention centers around the country. order mitigate the probability that Haitians may attempt make potentially deadly journey the U.S., clearly articulated
that those who traveled the U.S. illegally after Jan. may arrested, detained and placed removal proceedings, the spokesman,
Brian Hale, said statement. added that Nina Dozoretz, acting director the agencys Division ofImmigration Health
Services, had just approved counseling the volunteer psychotherapist.
Advocates for the detainees said they had been told for weeks that deportation officers Florida were waiting for senior officials
Washington set policy for the group. Most were ordered deported February, but are eligible for release under order
supervision until deportations resume.
Their prolonged and unnecessary detention only exacerbating their trauma, the advocates wrote the agency March 19, after
receiving response detailed, individual requests for release two dozen the detainees. There reason spend taxpayer
dollars detaining traumatized earthquake survivors who cannot deported and who have demonstrated that they are neither flight
risk nor danger the community.
The governments actions have been especially bewildering for the survivors relatives, like Virgile Ulysse, 69, American citizen who
keeps Obama poster his kitchen wall Norwalk, Conn. Mr. U1ysse said could not explain his nephews, Jackson, 20, and
Reagan, 25, why they were brought the United States military plane only jailed the Broward center when they arrived
Orlando Jan. 19.
Every time called immigration, they told they will release them two three weeks, and now its almost three months, said Mr.
U1ysse, retired carpenter and architectural designer who said had always warned his relatives Haiti not come illegally
boats, but wait for green light from the United States. March 11, Reagan was abruptly transferred, and for days his younger brother did not know where was. turned out had been
taken the Baker County jail, Macclenny, Fla., six hours away. Tuesday evening, paralegal found him there shackles, about transferred again; guards, following government protocol, would not say where.
His brother far away hes waiting, waiting, Mr. Ulysse said Jackson. started cry the phone. Its very terrible.
Jackson, who was trapped the collapse his familys apartment building the quake, and pulled from under cinderblock
cousin, lost many relatives the destruction. His formal request for release, dated March 12, describes how even the sound someone the jail stairs makes him fear another earthquake and worry that because locked up, will unable escape.
The jailed survivors requests for release, prepared with help from law students volunteering spring break, detail variety
circumstances that led them board the airplanes.
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One man who was taxi when the earthquake hit was later placed military plane Miami doctor from Texas who had
treated him for severe back and leg injuries. left the plane wheelchair.
Mike Kenson Delva, 21, asked Marine for job and was assigned help board young boy whose leg had been amputated, along with
the boys wheelchair-bound mother. Suddenly, the plane took off.
Thats little nephew, brothers son, said his uncle, Reymond Joseph, 46, American citizen and supervisor with the New
Jersey Department Motor Vehicles, who ready take care him.
Another jailed survivor Lunva Charles, 25, who hopes reunited with her 3-year-old son and his father, Paul Herver Sanon, legal
permanent residents living with his parents Irvington, N.J. want marry her, she wants marry me, Mr. Sanon, who works nursing home, said French Tuesday. Shes sad, shes
sad, she wants see her child.
The youngest detainee, Eventz Jean-Baptiste, 18, has parents. now responsible for his two younger brothers, who are
homeless and living tent city Port-au-Prince, Charu Newhouse al-Sahli, the statewide director the advocacy center, wrote
urging his release his aunt and uncle Coral Springs, Fla.
Mr. Jean-Baptiste describes putting his little brother and cousins baby top collapsed concrete wall during the quake, they all
prayed and cried. Afterward, had nothing eat drink, said. thought stayed Haiti any longer would not survive, and family would not survive, decided try board plane. one asked him for papers until reached Orlando, said.
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More than two months after the earthquake that devastated tliilil, least survivors who were waved onto planes the
chaotic aftermath are prisoners the United States immigration system, locked since their arrival ill detention centers Florida,
2010FOIA6052.001370 Haiti, some were pulled from the rubble, their legal advocates say. Some lost parents, siblings children. Many were seeking food,
safety medical care the Port-au-Prince airport when terrifying aftershocks prompted hasty evacuations military transports, with time for immigration processing. None have criminal histories.
But when they landed the United States without visas, they were taken into custody immigration authorities and held for
deportation, even though deportations Haiti have been suspended indefinitely since the earthquake. Legal advocates who stumbled the survivors February the Broward County Transitional Center, privately operated immigration jail Pompano Beach, Fla.,
have tried for weeks persuade govel11ment officials release them citizen relatives who are eager take them in, letters and
affidavits show.
Meanwhile, the detainees have received little mental health care for the trauma they suffered, lawyers the FlorjdlllmmigraDt
Advocacy Center said, despite offer free treatment the jail local Creole-speaking psychotherapist.
Their plight result the scramble cope quickly with the immigration consequences the quakes destruction and death toll.
Some Haitians who arrived without papers were handed tourist visas, only find that status barred them from working; the more
fortunate received humanitarian parole, open-ended status that pe1111its employment. Those already the country illegally were
allowed apply for temporary protected status, which shields recipients from deportation for least months and lets them work.
Almost random, seems, immigration jail was the hoc solution for these survivors and for others still hidden pockets the
nations sprawling detention network. Some the have already been transferred more remote immigration jails without
explanation. Wednesday, after inquiries The New York Times, spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement said the Florida
detainees were being processed for release, and that others who had arrived since the Jan.
earthquake, some boat, were also
being held detention centers around the country. order mitigate the probability that Haitians may attempt make potentially deadly journey the U.S., clearly articulated
that those who traveled the U.S. illegally after Jan.
may arrested, detained and placed removal proceedings, the spokesman,
Brian Hale, said statement. added that Nina Dozoretz, acting director the agencys Division Immigration Health
Services, had just approved counseling the volunteer psychotherapist.
Advocates for the detainees said they had been told for weeks that deportation officers Florida were waiting for senior officials
Washington set policy for the group. Most were ordered deported February, but are eligible for release under order
supervision until deportations resume.
Their prolonged and unnecessary detention only exacerbating their trauma, the advocates wrote the agency March 19, after
receiving response detailed, individual requests for relea,se two dozen the detainees. There reason spend taxpayer
dollars detaining traumatized earthquake survivors who cannot deported and who have demonstrated that they are neither flight
risk nor danger the community.
The governments actions have been especially bewildering for the survivors relatives, like Virgile Ulysse, 69, American citizen who
keeps Obama poster his kitchen wall Norwalk, Conn. Mr. Ulysse said could not explain his nephews, Jackson,
20,
and
Reagan, 25, why they were brought the United States military plane only jailed the Broward center when they arrived
Orlando Jan. 19.
Every time called immigration, they told they will release them two three weeks, and now its almost three months, said Mr.
Ulysse, retired carpenter and architectural designer who said had always warned his relatives Haiti not come illegally
boats, but wait for green light from the United States.
2010FOIA6052.001371 March 11, Reagan was abruptly transferred, and for days his younger brother did not know where was. turned out had been
taken the Baker County jail, Macclenny, Fla., six hours away. Tuesday evening, paralegal found him there shackles, about transferred again; guards, following government protocol, would not say where.
His brother far away hes waiting, waiting, Mr. tnysse said Jackson. started cry the phone. Its very terrible.
Jackson, who was trapped the collapse his familys apartment building the quake, and pulled from under cinderblock
cousin, lost many relatives the destruction. His fonnal request for release, dated March 12, describes how even the sound someone the jail stairs makes him fear another earthquake and worry that because locked up, will unable escape.
The jailed survivors requests for release, prepared with help from law students volunteering spring break, detail variety
circumstances that led them board the airplanes.
One man who was taxi when the earthquake hit was later placed military plane Miami doctor from Texas who had
treated him for severe back and leg injuries. left the plane wheelchair.
Mike Kenson Delva,
21,
asked Marine for job and was assigned help board young boy whose leg had been amputated, along with
the boys wheelchair-bound mother. Suddenly, the plane took off.
Thats little nephew, brothers son, said his uncle, Reymond Joseph, 46, American citizen and supervisor with the New
Jersey Department Motor Vehicles, who ready take care him.
Another jailed survivor Lunva Charles, 25, who hopes reunited with her 3-year-old son and his father, Paul Herver Sanon, legal
permanent residents living with his parents Irvington, N.J. want marry her, she wants marry me, Mr. Sanon, who works nursing home, said French Tuesday. Shes sad, shes
sad, she wants see her child.
The youngest detainee, Eventz Jean-Baptiste, 18, has parents. now responsible for his two younger brothers, who are
homeless and living tent city Port-au-Prince, Charu Newhouse ai-Sahli, the statewide director the advocacy center, wrote
urging his release his aunt and uncle Coral Springs, Fla.
Mr. Jean-Baptiste describes putting his little brother and cousins baby top collapsed concrete wall during the quake, they all
prayed and cried. Afterward, had nothing eat drink, said. thought stayed Haiti any longer would not survive, and family would not survive, decided try board plane. one asked him for papers until reached Orlando, said.
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2010FOIA6052.001420
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
(b)(5)
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001421
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001422
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001423
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
2010FOIA6052.001424
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001425
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001426
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001427
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001428
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001429
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001430
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001431
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001433
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c, b7e
b6, b7c
b6, b7c, b7e
b6, b7c
b6, b7c, b7e
b6, b7c, b7e
b6, b7c
b6, b7c, b7e
b6, b7c
b6, b7c, b7e
2010FOIA6052.001435
b6, b7c, b7e
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001436
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001437
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001438
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
(b)(5)
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b5DP/AC
2010FOIA6052.001440
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001441
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
2010FOIA6052.001442
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001443
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
2010FOIA6052.001444
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001445
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
2010FOIA6052.001446
2010FOIA6052.001447
2010FOIA6052.001448
2010FOIA6052.001449
2010FOIA6052.001450
2010FOIA6052.001451
2010FOIA6052.001452
2010FOIA6052.001453
2010FOIA6052.001454
2010FOIA6052.001455
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001456
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
2010FOIA6052.001457
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
2010FOIA6052.001458
2010FOIA6052.001459
2010FOIA6052.001460
2010FOIA6052.001461
2010FOIA6052.001462
2010FOIA6052.001463
2010FOIA6052.001464
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001465
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001466
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001467
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
2010FOIA6052.001468
2010FOIA6052.001469
2010FOIA6052.001470
2010FOIA6052.001471
2010FOIA6052.001472
2010FOIA6052.001473
2010FOIA6052.001474
2010FOIA6052.001475
2010FOIA6052.001476
2010FOIA6052.001477
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001478
2010FOIA6052.001479
2010FOIA6052.001480
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001481
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
2010FOIA6052.001482
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b7E
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001483
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001484
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001485
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001486
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001487
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c, b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001488
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c, b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001489
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001490
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001491
2010FOIA6052.001492
2010FOIA6052.001493
2010FOIA6052.001494
2010FOIA6052.001495
2010FOIA6052.001496
2010FOIA6052.001497
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001498
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001499
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001500
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001501
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6,
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001502
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001503
2010FOIA6052.001504
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001505
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001506
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
2010FOIA6052.001507
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b5DP/AC
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001509
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c
b6, b7c b7c
b6,
b6, b7c
2010FOIA6052.001518
b6, b7C
b6, b7C, b7E
b6, b7C
b7E
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001519
b6, b7C
b7E
b6, b7C
b7E
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b7E
b7E
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b7E
b6, b7C
b7E
b6, b7C b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001520
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b7E
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C, b7D, b7F
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001521
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b7E
b7E
b6, b7C, b7D, b7F
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b7E
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001522
b6, b7C
b6, b7C, b7D, b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7F
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001523
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C,
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001524
b6, b7C
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C
b6, b7C
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E,b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
b6, b7C, b7D, b7E, b7F
2010FOIA6052.001525
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001526
2010FOIA6052.001527
2010FOIA6052.001528
2010FOIA6052.001529
2010FOIA6052.001530
2010FOIA6052.001531
2010FOIA6052.001532
2010FOIA6052.001533
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001534
2010FOIA6052.001535
2010FOIA6052.001536
2010FOIA6052.001537
2010FOIA6052.001538
2010FOIA6052.001539
2010FOIA6052.001540
2010FOIA6052.001541
2010FOIA6052.001542
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001543
2010FOIA6052.001544
2010FOIA6052.001545
2010FOIA6052.001546
2010FOIA6052.001547
2010FOIA6052.001548
2010FOIA6052.001549
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001550
2010FOIA6052.001551
2010FOIA6052.001552
2010FOIA6052.001553
2010FOIA6052.001554
2010FOIA6052.001555
2010FOIA6052.001556
2010FOIA6052.001557
2010FOIA6052.001558
2010FOIA6052.001559
2010FOIA6052.001560
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001561
2010FOIA6052.001562
2010FOIA6052.001563
2010FOIA6052.001564
2010FOIA6052.001565
2010FOIA6052.001566
2010FOIA6052.001567
2010FOIA6052.001568
2010FOIA6052.001569
2010FOIA6052.001570
2010FOIA6052.001571
2010FOIA6052.001572
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001573
2010FOIA6052.001574
2010FOIA6052.001575
2010FOIA6052.001576
2010FOIA6052.001577
2010FOIA6052.001578
2010FOIA6052.001579
2010FOIA6052.001580
2010FOIA6052.001581
2010FOIA6052.001582
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001583
2010FOIA6052.001584
2010FOIA6052.001585
2010FOIA6052.001586
2010FOIA6052.001587
2010FOIA6052.001588
2010FOIA6052.001589
2010FOIA6052.001590
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001591
2010FOIA6052.001592
2010FOIA6052.001593
2010FOIA6052.001594
2010FOIA6052.001595
2010FOIA6052.001596
2010FOIA6052.001597
2010FOIA6052.001598
2010FOIA6052.001599
2010FOIA6052.001600
2010FOIA6052.001601
2010FOIA6052.001602
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001603
2010FOIA6052.001604
2010FOIA6052.001605
2010FOIA6052.001606
2010FOIA6052.001607
2010FOIA6052.001608
2010FOIA6052.001609
2010FOIA6052.001610
2010FOIA6052.001611
2010FOIA6052.001612
2010FOIA6052.001613
2010FOIA6052.001614
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001615
2010FOIA6052.001616
2010FOIA6052.001617
2010FOIA6052.001618
2010FOIA6052.001619
2010FOIA6052.001620
2010FOIA6052.001621
2010FOIA6052.001622
2010FOIA6052.001623
2010FOIA6052.001624
2010FOIA6052.001625
2010FOIA6052.001626
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001627
2010FOIA6052.001628
2010FOIA6052.001629
2010FOIA6052.001630
2010FOIA6052.001631
2010FOIA6052.001632
2010FOIA6052.001633
2010FOIA6052.001634
2010FOIA6052.001635
2010FOIA6052.001636
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001637
2010FOIA6052.001638
2010FOIA6052.001639
2010FOIA6052.001640
2010FOIA6052.001641
2010FOIA6052.001642
2010FOIA6052.001643
2010FOIA6052.001644
2010FOIA6052.001645
2010FOIA6052.001646
b6, b7C
2010FOIA6052.001647