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Trump travel PA January 18

Trump travel PA January 18

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DEPARTMENT HOMELAND SECURITY
UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20223
Freedom Information Act Privacy Act Program
Communications Center
245 Murray Lane, S.W., Building T-5
Washington, D.C. 20223
Date: September 13, 2018
Judicial Watch
425 Third Street, SW, Suite 800
Washington, 20024
Attn: Justin McCarthy
jmccarthy@judiciaJ watch.erg
File Number: 20180553
Dear Requester:
This the final response your Freedom Information Act (FOIA) request, originally received the United States Secret Service (Secret Service) January 29, 2018, for information pertaining use U.S. Government funds provide security and/or other services President Trump and
any companions their January 18, 2018 visit Pennsylvania (Date Range for Record Search:
From 1/15/2018 1/29/2018).
Enclosed are documents responsive your request. effort provide you with the greatest
degree access authorized law, have considered this material under the FOIA statute, Title
U.S.C. 552. Pursuant this Act, exemptions have been applied where deemed appropriate. The
exemptions cited are marked below. addition, approximately page(s) were released, and approximately Opage(s) were withheld
their entirety. enclosure this letter explains the exemptions more detail. this box checked, deletions were made pursuant the exemptions indicated below.
Section 552 (FOIA)
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Cb) C4) (b) (7) (C)
(b) (2)
Cb) (5)
(b) (7) (D)
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(b)(3) Statute:
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(b) (7) (E)
(b) (7) (A)
(b) (7) (F)
(b)(7)(B)
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The following checked item(s) also apply your request: Fees: the processing this FOIA/PA request, fees are being assessed.
Other: you deem our decision adverse determination, you may exercise your appeal rights. Should
you wish file administrative appeal, your appeal should made writing and received
within sixty (60) days the date this letter, writing to: Freedom Information Appeal,
Deputy Director, U.S. Secret Service, Communications Center, 245 Murray Lane, S.W., Building
T-5, Washington, D.C. 20223. you choose file administrative appeal, please explain the
basis your appeal and reference the case number listed above. you have already filed suit the United States District Court for the District Columbia (Case
18-CV-01851-RJL) regarding the above referenced request, there further right
administratively appeal this decision outside your pending civil action.
Sincerely,
~~m Campbell
Special Agent Charge
Freedom Information Act Privacy Act Officer
Enclosure:
FOIA and Privacy Act Exemption List
FREEDOM INFORMATION ACT
SUBSECTIONS TITLE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 552
Provisions the Freedom Information Act not apply matter that are:
(b)
(A) specifically authorized under criteria established Executive Order kept secret the interest national defense
foreign policy and (B) are fact properly classified pursuant such Executive order;
(b) (2)
related solely the internal personnel rules and practices any agency;
(b) (3)
specifically exempted from disclosure statute (other than section 552b this title), that statute: (A)(i) requires that the
matters withheld from the public such manner leave discretion the issue, (ii) establishes particular criteria
for withholding refers particular types matters withheld; and (B) established after the date enactment the
OPEN FOIA Act of2009;
(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; provided that the deliberative process privilege shall not apply records created years more
before the date which the records were requested;
(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 information: (A) could reasonable expected interfere with enforcement proceedings; (8) would deprive person right fair trial impartial
adjudication; (C) could reasonably expected constitute unwarranted invasion personal privacy; (D) could reasonable expected disclose the identity confidential source, including State, local, foreign agency authority any private
institution which furnished infonnation confidential basis, and, the case ofa record information compiled criminal
law enforcement authority the course criminal investigation, agency conducting lawful national security
intelligence investigation, information furnished confidential source; (E) 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~ (F) 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 regulation supervision financial institutions;
(b) (9)
geological and geophysical infornmtion and data, including maps, concerning wells.
PRIVACY ACT
SUBSECTIONS TITLE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 552a
The provisions the Privacy Act not apply to:
(d) (5)
material compiled reasonable anticipation civil action proceeding;
(j) (2)
material reporting investigative efforts pertaining enforcement criminal law including efforts prevent, control, reduce
crime apprehend criminals;
(k)(l)
material currently and properly classified pursuant Executive Order the interest ofnational defense foreign policy;
(k) (2)
material compiled during investigations for law enforcement purposes;
(k) (3)
material maintained connection with providing protective services the President the United States other individuals
pursuant section 3056 Title 18;
(k) (5)
investigatory material compiled solely for the purpose determining suitability, eligibility, qualifications for Federal civilian
employment, military service, Federal contracts, for access classified information, but only the extent that the disclosure such material would reveal the identity the person who furnished information the Government under express promise
that the identity the source would held confidence, prior the September 27, 1975, under implied promise that the
identity the source would held confidence;
(k) (6)
testing examination material used solely determine individual qualifications for appointment promotion the Federal
service the disclosure which would compromise the objectivity fairness the testing examination process;
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