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OIS Cases ChinaGate-Transmissions 95-133doc

OIS Cases ChinaGate-Transmissions 95-133doc

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Date Created:April 26, 1999

Date Uploaded to the Library:July 30, 2013

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
FOR THE DISTRICT COLUMBIA 

JUDICIAL WATCH, INC., 
Plaintiff, Civil Action No. 95-133 (RCL/JMF) 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT COMMERCE, 

FILED 
Defendant. 

APR 1999 
NANCY Y.ERWHITIINGTON, CLERK 
U.S. DISTRICT COURT 
ORDER 
Upon consideration Plaintiffs (#485], defendant's opposition thereto, and the .entire record herein, hereby 
ORDERED that said motion GRANTED, subject any opposition Mr. Chung, for the reasons stated the record during the recent deposition Ginger Lew. then explained, believe that inquiry into the activities persons who donated funds the DNC and attended trade missions likely reveal evidence that reasonably calculated Ieaq admissible evidence. Such evidence might provide powerful motive for the Department Commerce remove destroy documents subject plaintiffs FOlA request. certain that such inquiries falls directly within the scope discovery Judge Lamberth ordered take place. understand that the parties intend take such deposition Tuesday, April 27, 999 10:00 
a.m. Pending review any objections Mr. Chung, ORDERED. 
UNITED STATE MAGISTRATE JUDGE April 26, 1999



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