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Dod Osama Op Foia Response 05092011

Dod Osama Op Foia Response 05092011

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Date Created:May 12, 2011

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Tags:Osama, Bekesha, laden, appeal, Defense, requests, Freedom, Pentagon, request, records, office, Washington, EPA, ICE, CIA

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MAY 2011 
WASHINGTON, 20301-1155 
Ref: 11-F-0931 
.Mr. Michael Bekesha Judicial Watch 
425 Third Street, Suite 800 
Washington, 20024 
Dear Mr. Bekesha: 
This interim response your May 2011, Freedom Information Act (FOIA) request for, "all photographs and/or video recordings Osama (Osama) Bin Laden taken during and/or after the U.S. military operation Pakistan about May 2011." You have also requested waiver search and duplication fees pursuant U.S.C.  552(a)( 4)(A)(ii)(Il) 
(iii) member the news media. Your request has been assigned FOIA case number 11-F-0931. 
Prior you submitting your request, this Office received multiple FOIA requests from several representatives the news media for these records; thus, you will not incur charges associated with this FOIA request. result, your request for fee waiver this instance moot. this time, are unable make release determination your request within the 20-day statutory time period. Although the FOIA contains provisions for extension more business days, that additional time will not sufficient complete the work required process your request and arrive fmal release decision. There are unusual circumstances which impact our ability quickly process your request. Tuey are: the volume requests received concerning the death Osama bin Laden; the need coordinate searches for records with multiple offices; and the requirement coordinte the review records with more than 
one office organization having substantial interest eiLlier 
the determination the subject matter the rec.
ords. matter information, our current administrative workload is.
approximately 1,360 open requests. apologize for the anticipated delay responding your request, but due the complexity the request this Office unable estimate when the processing this request will completed. Your continued patience appreciated. you are not satisfied with this action, you may appeal the appellate authority, the Director Administration and Management, Office the Secretary Defense. submit your
appeal, you should write directly the Defense Freedom oflnformation Policy Office, A11N: 
Mr. James Hogan, 1155 Defense Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 20101-1155. Your appeal should postmarked within calendar days the date this letter, should cite case number l-F-0931, and should clearly marked "Freedom oflnformation Act Appeal".