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JW FOIA request Strzok assignment

JW FOIA request Strzok assignment

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August 17, 2017
VIA CERTIFIED MAIL AND EFOIPA PORTAL
Federal Bureau Investigation
Attn: FOI/PA Request
Record/Information Dissemination Section
170 Marcel Drive
Winchester, 22602-4843
Re: Freedom Information Act Request
Dear Freedom Information Officer:
Judicial Watch, Inc. Judicial Watch hereby requests that the Federal Bureau
Investigation produce the following records pursuant the Freedom Information Act, U.S.C. 552 FOIA and the Privacy Act 1974, U.S.C 552a:
Any and all records regarding, concerning, related the assignment
FBI Supervisor Peter Strzok the special counsel investigation led
former Director Robert Mueller.
Any and all records regarding, concerning, related the reassignment
FBI Supervisor Peter Strzok from the special counsel investigation
another position within the FBI.
This request includes, but not limited to, any and all forms SF-50 and/or
SF-52, well any and all related records communication between any
official, employee, representative the FBI and any other individual
entity.
Please determine whether comply with this request within the time period
required FOIA and notify immediately your determination, the reasons therefor,
and the right appeal any adverse determination the head the agency his her
designee. U.S.C. 552(a)(6)(i). Please also produce all responsive records
electronic format pdf preferred), convenient. also are willing accept
rolling production responsive records will facilitate more timely production.
Judicial Watch also hereby requests waiver both search and duplication fees. are entitled waiver search fees because are representative the news
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media. See U.S.C. 552(a)(4)(A)(ii)(II); see also Cause Action Federal Trade
Comm., 799 F.3d 1108 (D.C. Cir. 2015); Nat Sec. Archive U.S. Dep Defense, 880
F.2d 1381 (D.C. Cir. 1989). For more than twenty years, Judicial Watch has used FOIA
and other investigative tools gather information about the operations and activities
government, subject undisputed public interest. submit over 400 FOIA requests
annually. Our personnel, which includes experienced journalists and professional writers staff and under contract, use their editorial skills turn this raw information into
distinct works that are disseminated the public via our monthly newsletter, which has
circulation over 300,000, weekly email update, which has over 600,000 subscribers,
investigative bulletins, special reports, www.judicialwatch.org website, Corruption
Chronicles blog, and social media, including Facebook and Twitter, among other
distribution channels. have authored several books, including Corruption Chronicles Tom Fitton (Threshold Editions, July 24, 2012), and Clean House Tom Fitton
(Threshold Editions, Aug. 30, 2016). 2012, produced documentary film,
District Corruption, directed Stephen Bannon. Our news media status has
been confirmed court rulings. See, e.g., Judicial Watch, Inc. U.S. Dep Defense,
2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 44003, (D.D.C. June 28, 2006); Judicial Watch, Inc. U.S.
Dep Justice, 133 Supp.2d (D.D.C. 2000). tax exempt, 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, have commercial interests and not seek the requested records
for any commercial use. Rather, intend use the requested records part our ongoing investigative journalism and public education efforts promote integrity,
transparency, and accountability government and fidelity the rule law.
Judicial Watch also entitled waiver both search fees and duplication fees
because disclosure the information the public interest. U.S.C.
552(a)(4)(A)(iii). Disclosure the requested records undoubtedly will shed light the
operations activities the government. Cause Action, 799 F.3d 1115 (quoting
U.S.C. 552(a)(4)(A)(iii)). Disclosure also likely contribute significantly the
public understanding those operations activities because, among other reasons,
Judicial Watch intends disseminate both the records and its findings reasonably
broad audience persons interested the subject via its newsletter, email updates,
investigative bulletins, website, blog, and its other, regular distribution channels. Cause Action, 799 F.3d 1116 (quoting Carney U.S. Dep Justice, F.3d 807, 815
(2d Cir. 1994)). Again, Judicial Watch does not seek the requested records for any
commercial benefit for its own primary benefit, but instead seeks them part its
ongoing investigative journalism and public education efforts promote integrity,
transparency, and accountability government and fidelity the rule law. the event our request for waiver search and/or duplication costs denied,
Judicial Watch agrees pay $300.00 search and/or duplication costs. Judicial
Watch requests that contacted before any such costs are incurred, order
prioritize search and duplication efforts. you not understand this request any portion thereof, you feel you
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require clarification this request any portion thereof, please contact immediately 202-646-5172 sdunagan@judicialwatch.org.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Sincerely,
Sean Dunagan
Judicial Watch, Inc.