DOJ Document Production Cover Letter, ACLU v. DOD, No. 1:04-CV-4151 (AKH Nov. 23, 2004)

Letter from David N. Kelley, DOJ, to Lawrence S. Lustberg, of Gibbons, Del Deo, Dolan, Griffinger & Vecchione, P.C., attorneys for the ACLU re: the ACLU's FOIA Request. The letter states that the document production requested is being complied with in some parts and denied or withheld in part.

Tuesday, November 23, 2004
Monday, November 22, 2004

u.s. Department of Justice United States Attorney Southern District ofNew York 86 Chambers Streel. 5th Floor New York. New York 10007 November 23, 2004 By Federal Express Lawrence S. Lustberg, Esq. Gibbons, Del Deo, Dolan, Griffinger & Vecchione, P.c. One Riverfront Plaza Newark, N.J. 07102 Re: ACLU, et al.. v. Department of Defense. et al., No. 04 Civ. 4151 (AKH) Dear Mr. Lustberg: I am writing to confirm my recent conversation with Megan Lewis of your office that plaintiffs have made a proposal to limit the scope oftheir pending Freedom of Information Act requests. As I understand it, plaintiffs propose that the scope of their requests be limited to the topics set forth in their request letter dated October 26,2003 and that the broader language of the May 25,2004 request be disregarded. I have presented this proposal to the Department of Defense and anticipate providing you with a response to your proposal shortly. ::.t= Finally, enclosed please find additional documE!b.ts being produced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as well as additional responses from the Department of State, including the production of documents. Very truly yours, DAVID N. KELLEY By: PETER M. SKINNER -9745) Assistant United,$tates Attorneys Telephone: (212) '637-2737 Enclosures 005-000359