Internal FBI Email re: ACLU FOIA Litigation Regarding the Treatment of Foreign Detainees

The document is an internal FBI email regarding the ACLU's FOIA litigation related to the treatment of foreign detainees and the release of relevant FBI documents and emails.

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Monday, February 28, 2005
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ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED
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Subject:' RE: ACLU FOIA Litigation regarding•the'Treatmentof Foreign- Detainees
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Based on my ,conversation, with I, suspect there area riUmber- Of:pMail's.
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that have not been produced. Tinck they 'got very little,frot. CTD,. which
explained'theabgenCe of email by inciaking:TrilogY- I_ asked:'the-:FOIA attOrne,
to go talk to them again :and to findoutwhen theyiWerAtrildgized.-. I-hAve," :email from CTD'people'injqay 2004 (which Would ;pick up email triggered ,by: e %,- y.th , .Abu-Ghraib situation),that are 'clearly post Trilogy -If, as' 'I suspectr -CTD :really needs to for responsive docs 'fora,ACLU'request,..
=:-my suggestion-would be that lemail not be produced alpne butbe,produced:'
with anything else that-falls out of the tree.
((II., just looked through my detainee email file; and althougn,I Am
seen that emaiI. before( I.cannot•,find it in my-,,folder,)
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ails-were not,pro_d uced .i n the FOIA' litigation,`: according to
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indicates her that RMD'intends to' review'the_emails'andthen,release.
them in the FOIA cese.I'massuming that's consistent with FOIA law.and •.
practice, but I think, we ought:to make sure that we-have addressed all the
iseues'We discussed:this morning, such as whether there. are other responsive
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SubjeCt: ACLU FOIA Litigation :regarding the Treatment of Foreign Detainees
%I have reViewedthe two E-Mails that you.provided'on. 2/28./05 anddiave-'.
determined that:
both -E-Mails are -responsiveto%this FOLA- litigation.inbOth content:an
.time frame and
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' )p). neither. of these E-Mailshas.been•previously'proceased for release to
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the ACLU 'pursuant to this litigation.'- ' '
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Therefore,, these .two E-Mails.wili be ;a•) reviewed, current ciasSificition,
,,and by:processed for any releasable information pursuant tp the FOIA. 'Any '
'such .: ,
-non-exempt, releasable information will then be 'provided to the ACLU pursuant
to this litigation.'" ' _ , , „., , .. -' . -
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a) both E-Mailsare
,:time frame and • .
responsive to this FOIA litigation in both-content and
b) neither of these E.-Mails'has been
the ACLU pursuant to this litigation.
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Therefore, these.twb'E-Mails, will be a

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ails were not produced in the FOIA litigation,' according to
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indicates here that RMD intends to review the emaili and.then'release;:'..
them in the FOIA case. .I'm, assuMing•that's consistent with FOIA law and
practice, but I think we ought to make sure that we have,addresSed allthe'
-issues we disCussed this' morning,- such as whether. there'are Other.responsiVe
documents that have not been produced. '
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.1 have reviewed' thetwo E-Mails.that you provided on 2/28/05.and' haVe:
:determined that: •
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'and b) processed for' any` relea.s able information pursuant - to the-FOIA. Any
to ,-the AL1r.iljpursuant
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",non-exemPt, releasable information. will, then 'be provided
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:to this litigation. ' '. - ,. .
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