Emails between JoAnn Dolan, Joshua L. Dorosin, Todd F. Buchwald and Others re Urgent Clearance: Checklist for ICRC Kellenberger Meeting with S

Emails between JoAnn Dolan, Joshua L. Dorosin, Todd F. Buchwald and Others re Urgent Clearance: Checklist for ICRC Kellenberger Meeting with S. Attachments not included, minor comments concerning the attachements.

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Tuesday, January 13, 2004
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Wednesday, December 29, 2004
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UNCLASSIFIED

FL7'
Tillery, Monica J
From: Dolan, JoAnn RELEASED IN PART
• Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 10:33 AM To: Dorosin, Joshua L B5 Cc: Buchwald, Todd F Subject: FW: URGENT CLEARANCE: Checklist for ICRC Kellenberger meeting with S
Importance: High
Do you want to look this over ad add anything you thing warranted. I have sent it to Steve.
Original Menage--.•
From: Dolan, JoAnn
Sent Tuesday, January 13, 2004 10:26 AM
To: Santos, Carol A(SA-1); Miller, Ronald W(S/WCI); Karen Hecker (E-mail); James McAtamney (E-mail); JAMES BURGER (E-mail);
JAMES BURGER (E-mail); JAMES BURGER (E-mail); Charles_Allen/LEGAL/OSD/OUSDP (E-mail); Wiegmann John B: (E-mail)
Subject: FW: URGENT CLEARANCE: Cheddist for ICRC Kellenberger meeting with S
Importance: High B5
----Original Message— From: Santos, Carol A Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 8:26 AM
To: Reider, Karen C(D); Miles, Richard G(P); Friedrich, Mary K(G); Patrick, Stewart M(S/P); Johnson, Thomas A(Main State Rm 5336); Schou, Nina E(L-HRR); Miller, Ronald W(S/WCI); LoGerfo, Gregory D(Matn State); Kromash, Neil S(Main State); PA Clearances; Dolan, JoAnn(Main State Room 6429)
Cc: Butzgy, Christopher H; Pollack, Margaret J Subject: URGENT CLEARANCE: Checklist for ICRC Kellenberger meeting with S Importance: High
Colleagues:
Please clear by 11:00 a.m., today (Tuesday, January 13), the attached checklist for the Secretary's meeting with ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger. I apologize again for the very short turnaround on this document.
Thank you.
Carrie Santos PRM/MCE x3-1487
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE REVIEW AUTHORITY: WILLIAM J GEHRON DATE/CASE ID: 09 DEC 2004 200303827

UNCLASSIFIED.DOS-001721

United States Department of State
Washington, D.C. 20520
Case No. 200303827
Segment L037

DEC 28 2D4
Mr. Amrit Singh

American Civil Liberties Union Foundation

125 Broad Street, 18th Floor

New York, NY 10004-2400

Dear Mr. Singh:

I refer to our previous correspondence regarding the release

of certain Department of State material you had requested

under the Freedom of Information Act (Title 5 USC Section

552) in your letters of October 7, 2003 and May 25, 2004.

We have retrieved 95 additional documents from the Office of
the Legal Adviser that we have grouped as Segment L037.
After reviewing these documents, we have determined that four
may be released in full, two may be released with excisions,
and 86 may not be released. The released documents are
enclosed. Three documents originated with another government
agency and have been referred to that agency for review and
direct reply to you.

Material in 29 of the documents withheld in full is

currently and properly classified under Executive Order

12958 in the interest of national defense or foreign

relations. As such, it is exempt from release under

subsection (b)(1) of the Freedom of Information Act.

Information in 83 of the documents withheld in full is exempt
from release under subsection (b)(5) of the Freedom of
Information Act because it is protected by the deliberative
process privilege, attorney client privilege, attorney work
product privilege, and/or another privilege incorporated by
subsection (b)(5).

Material in the excised portions of the two documents
released in part is of such a nature that its release would
constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal
privacy. As such, it is exempt from release under
subsection (b)(6) of the Freedom of Information Act.

- 2 -

Material in one of the documents withheld in full is

information compiled for law enforcement purposes which, if
produced, could reasonably be expected to interfere with
enforcement proceedings. As such, it is exempt from release
under subsection (b)(7)(A) of the Freedom of Information
Act.

In some cases, two or more exemptions apply to the same
document. In the case of a document released in part, all
non-exempt material that is reasonably segregable from the
exempt material has been released.

Sincerely,

Margaret P. Grafeld

Director

Office of Information Programs

and Services

Enclosures:
As stated.

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