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JW v State Soros Romania documents 00667

JW v State Soros Romania documents 00667

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United States Department State
Washington, 20520
July 16, 2016
Case No. F-201 7-16510
Segments: Bucharest-0001, ECA-00001,
Mr. William Marshall
Judicial Watch
425 Third Street, SW, Suite 800
Washington, 20024
Dear Mr. Marshall: response your request dated October 16, 2017, under the Freedom Information
Act (the FOIA), U.S.C. 552, the Department has located seven document responsive ypur request. have determined one document may released full and six
documents may released part. enclosure explains the FOIA exemptions and other grounds for withholding material.
Where have made excisions, the applicable FOIA exemptions are marked each
document. All non-exempt material that reasonably segregable from the exempt
material has been released. All released material enclosed.
Review additional records ongoing. will keep you informed your case
progresses. you have any questions, your attorney may contact Marina Braswell, Assistant U.S.
Attorney, (202) 252-2561. Please refer the case number, F-2017-16510, and the civil
action number, 18-cv-00667, all correspondence about this case.
Eric Stein, Director
Office Information Programs and Services
Enclosures: stated.
The Freedom Information Ac( USC 552)
FOIA Exemptions
lnformation specifically authorized executive order kept secret the interest
national defense foreign policy. Executive Order 13526 includes the following
classification categories: .4(a) .4(b)
L4(c) .4(d)
Military plans, systems, operations
Foreign government information
Intelligence activities, methods, cryptology
Foreign relations foreign activities oftbe US, including confidential sources
Scientific, technological, economic matters relating national security,
including defense against transnational terrorism
l.4(f) U.S. Government programs for safeguarding nuclear ma1erials facilities
l.4(g) Vulnerabilities capabilities systems, installations, infrastructures, projects,
plans, protection services relating national security, including efense
against transnational terrorism
I.4(h) Weapons mass destruction
Related solely the internal personnel rules and practices agency
Specifically exempted from disclosure statute (other than USC 552), for example:
Arms E>qJOrt Control Act, 50a USC 241 l(c)
Central Intelligence Agency Act 1949, USC 403(g)
Export Administration Act 1979, USC App. Sec. 2411 (c)
Foreign Service Act 1980, USC 4004
Immigration and Nationality Act, USC 1202(f), Sec. 222(f)
Iran Claims Settlement Act, Public Law 99-99, Sec. 505
Trade secrets and confidential commercial financial information
Interagency intra-agency communications forming part the deliberative process,