IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
JUDICIAL WATCH, INC., ))
, )) Case No. 1:12-cv-00049-RCv. ))U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, and )CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, ))
PLAINTIFF’S OPPOSITION TO DEFENDANTS’MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME
Plaintiff Judicial Watch, Inc., by counsel, respectfully submits this opposition to themotion for extension of time, styled as “Defendants’ Second Motion to Extend the BriefingSchedule,” (ECF No. 13) filed in the above-captioned case.
MEMORANDUM OF LAW AND FACTS
1. On March 1, 2012, the parties to this case filed a Joint Status Report with thisCourt. ECF No. 10. In that Report, Defendants agreed to “produce any responsive, non-exemptdocuments to plaintiff by May 18, 2012.” By Minute Order dated March 2, 2012 (“March 2Order”), the Court ordered Defendants to produce the responsive documents by this May 18, 2012deadline. In the March 2 Order, the Court also established a briefing schedule for the parties tosubmit cross-motions and responses to this Court for adjudication (if necessary), followingproduction. That briefing schedule was later modified by the Court’s July 12, 2012 Order on theConsent Motion of the parties filed on July 11, 2012. ECF No. 12.2. Plaintiff’s counsel learned of Defendant Central Intelligence Agency’s (“CIA”)
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