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JW v DOJ Clinton Lynch Tarmac June 2018 Docs 02046

JW v DOJ Clinton Lynch Tarmac June 2018 Docs 02046

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U.S. Department Justice
Federal Bureau Investigation
Washington, D.C. 20535
June 2018
MR. MICHAEL BEKESHA
MR. SEAN DUNAGAN
JUDICIAL WATCH, INC.
425 THIRD STREET,
SUITE 800
WASHINGTON, 20024
FOIPA Request No.: 1354040-001
Subject: Meeting between Attorney General Loretta
Lynch and President Bill Clinton
(June 27, 2016)
Judicial watch, Inc. U.S. Department Justice
Civil Action No.: 1:16-cv-02046
Dear Mr. Bekesha and Mr. Dunagan:
The enclosed documents were reviewed under the Freedom Information Act (FOIA), Title United States
Code, Section 552. Deletions have been made protect information which exempt from disclosure, with the
appropriate exemptions noted the page next the excision. The exemptions used withhold information are
marked below and explained the enclosed Explanation Exemptions:
Section 552
Section 552a
(d)(5)
(b)(1)
(b)(7)(A)
(b)(2)
(b)(7)(B)
(j)(2)
(b)(3)
(b)(7)(C)
(k)(1)
(b)(7)(D)
(k)(2)
(b)(7)(E)
(k)(3)
(b)(7)(F)
(k)(4)
(b)(4)
(b)(8)
(k)(5)
(b)(5)
(b)(9)
(k)(6)
(b)(6)
(k)(7) pages were reviewed and pages are being released.
Document(s) were located which originated with, contained information concerning, other
Government Agency (ies) [OGA].
This information has been referred the OGA(s) for review and direct response you. are consulting with another agency. The FBI will correspond with you regarding this information
when the consultation completed. accordance with standard FBI practice and pursuant FOIA exemption (b)(7)(E) and Privacy Act
exemption (j)(2) U.S.C. 552/552a (b)(7)(E)/(j)(2)], this response neither confirms nor denies the
existence your subjects name any watch lists.
For your information, Congress excluded three discrete categories law enforcement and national
security records from the requirements the FOIA. See U.S. 552(c) (2006 Supp. (2010). This
response limited those records that are subject the requirements the FOIA. This standard
notification that given all our requesters and should not taken indication that excluded records do, not, exist. Enclosed for your information copy the Explanation Exemptions.
Although your request litigation, are required law provide you the following information:
You may file appeal writing the Director, Office Information Policy (OIP), United States
Department Justice, Suite 11050, 1425 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20530-0001, you may submit appeal through OIPs FOIA online portal creating account the following web
site: https://foiaonline.regulations.gov/foia/action/public/home. Your appeal must postmarked electronically
transmitted within ninety (90) days from the date this letter order considered timely. you submit your
appeal mail, both the letter and the envelope should clearly marked Freedom Information Act Appeal.
Please cite the FOIPA Request Number assigned your request that may easily identified.
You may seek dispute resolution services contacting the Office Government Information Services
(OGIS) 877-684-6448, emailing ogis@nara.gov. Alternatively, you may contact the FBI FOIA Public
Liaison emailing foipaquestions@fbi.gov. you submit your dispute resolution correspondence email, the
subject heading should clearly state Dispute Resolution Services. Please also cite the FOIPA Request Number
assigned your request may easily identified.
The enclosed material from the main investigative file(s) which the subject(s) your request was
the focus the investigation. Our search located additional references, files relating other
individuals, matters, which may may not about your subject(s). Our experience has shown
when ident, references usually contain information similar the information processed the main
file(s). Because our significant backlog, have given priority processing only the main
investigative file(s). you want the references, you must submit separate request for them writing,
and they will reviewed later date, time and resources permit.
See additional information which follows.
Sincerely,
David Hardy
Section Chief
Record/Information
Dissemination Section
Records Management Division
Enclosure(s)
The enclosed documents represent the final release information responsive your Freedom
Information Act (FOIA) request.
The material being provided you charge. Accordingly, unnecessary adjudicate your
request for fee waiver, fees are being assessed.
EXPLANATION EXEMPTIONS
SUBSECTIONS TITLE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 552
(b)(1)
(A) specifically authorized under criteria established Executive order kept secret the interest national defense foreign
policy and (B) are fact properly classified such Executive order;
(b)(2)
related solely the internal personnel rules and practices agency;
(b)(3)
specifically exempted from disclosure statute (other than section 552b this title), provided that such statute (A) requires that the matters withheld from the public such manner leave discretion issue, (B) establishes particular criteria for withholding refers particular types matters withheld;
(b)(4)
trade secrets and commercial financial information obtained from person and privileged confidential;
(b)(5)
inter-agency intra-agency memorandums letters which would not available law party other than agency litigation with
the agency;
(b)(6)
personnel and medical files and similar files the disclosure which would constitute clearly unwarranted invasion personal privacy;
(b)(7)
records information compiled for law enforcement purposes, but only the extent that the production such law enforcement records
information could reasonably expected interfere with enforcement proceedings, would deprive person right fair
trial impartial adjudication, could reasonably expected constitute unwarranted invasion personal privacy, could
reasonably expected disclose the identity confidential source, including State, local, foreign agency authority any private
institution which furnished information confidential basis, and, the case record information compiled criminal law
enforcement authority the course criminal investigation, agency conducting lawful national security intelligence
investigation, information furnished confidential source, would disclose techniques and procedures for law enforcement
investigations prosecutions, would disclose guidelines for law enforcement investigations prosecutions such disclosure could
reasonably expected risk circumvention the law, could reasonably expected endanger the life physical safety any
individual;
(b)(8)
contained related examination, operating, condition reports prepared by, behalf of, for the use agency responsible for
the regulation supervision financial institutions;
(b)(9)
geological and geophysical information and data, including maps, concerning wells.
SUBSECTIONS TITLE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 552a
(d)(5)
information compiled reasonable anticipation civil action proceeding;
(j)(2)
material reporting investigative efforts pertaining the enforcement criminal law including efforts prevent, control, reduce crime apprehend criminals;
(k)(1)
information which currently and properly classified pursuant Executive order the interest the national defense foreign policy,
for example, information involving intelligence sources methods;
(k)(2)
investigatory material compiled for law enforcement purposes, other than criminal, which did not result loss right, benefit privilege
under Federal programs, which would identify source who furnished information pursuant promise that his/her identity would
held confidence;
(k)(3)
material maintained connection with providing protective services the President the United States any other individual pursuant
the authority Title 18, United States Code, Section 3056;
(k)(4)
required statute maintained and used solely statistical records;
(k)(5)
investigatory material compiled solely for the purpose determining suitability, eligibility, qualifications for Federal civilian
employment for access classified information, the disclosure which would reveal the identity the person who furnished
information pursuant promise that his/her identity would held confidence;
(k)(6)
testing examination material used determine individual qualifications for appointment promotion Federal Government service the
release which would compromise the testing examination process;
(k)(7)
material used determine potential for promotion the armed services, the disclosure which would reveal the identity the person who
furnished the material pursuant promise that his/her identity would held confidence.
FBI/DOJ