Freedom of Information Act paperwork – Central Intelligence Agency

[box]FOIACAI2012_pd_001[/box]FOIA request from PRM’s Matt Ehling to the Central Intelligence Agency. April 30, 2010. Filed as a follow-up to article on Secret War veteran burial rights. Page 1 of 1.
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[box]FOIACAI2012_pd_002[/box]June 10, 2010. Letter from PRM’s Matt Ehling, notifying the Central Intelligence Agency of twenty-day statutory violation, and offering to assist the agency with disclosure.
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[box]FOIACAI2012_pd_003[/box]June 30, 2010. The Central Intelligence Agency’s Delores M. Nelson denies PRM’s request to disclose the documents requested on April 30, 2010. The Agency asserts FOIA exemptions (b)(1) and (b)(3). Request is assigned reference number F-2010-01153.
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[box]FOIACAI2012_pd_004[/box]August 9, 2010. PRM seeks administrative review of the Agency’s decision not to release records responsive to April 30, 2010 request.
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[box]FOIACAI2012_pd_005[/box]September 8, 2010. Letter from the Central Intelligence Agency’s Scott Koch, notifying PRM’s Matt Ehling that his administrative appeal has been accepted for review.
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[box]FOIACAI2012_pd_006[/box]Letter from Susan Viscuso of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Agency Release Panel to PRM’s Matt Ehling, sent June 23, 2011. The letter notes that PRM’s administrative appeal of August 9, 2010 has been denied. According to Viscuso, PRM’s request and subsequent appeal deal with documents whose existence or nonexistence is “currently and properly classified” and protected from disclosure by the CIA Act of 1949.
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[box]TAMFOIACIA_pd-001[/box]FOIA request from Take Action Minnesota’s Amee Xiong to the Central Intelligence Agency. November 23, 2009. Received from Amee Xiong as part of research for burial rights article. Page 1 of 1
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[box]TAMFOIACIA_pd-002[/box]CIA response letter to Amee Xiong’s FOIA request of November, 2009. December 15, 2009. Received from Amee Xiong. Page 1 of 1.
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