Stanley Ann Dunham (aka Obama, further on to be referenced as SAD) before theydisappear as well. The processing of my original FOIA request is not complete as myrequest for SAD’s consular and passport records was not addressed at all by the DOS.Copied from my FOIA online request:
“I request all United States Passport and all consular records for Stanley AnnDunham aka Stanley Ann Obama aka Ann Dunham aka Ann Obama for the yearsof 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962. Stanley Ann Dunham (Name variation could beAnna),who was born in Wichita, Kansas, on November 29th, 1942.”
The DOS mailed to me six SAD (aka Soetoro) passport related documents that I didNOT request, and they do NOT address my original request.In the letter from Jonathan M. Rolbin, Director, he states that these documents were
“responsive to your request.“
I think this is an attempt to by Rolbin to try to try toplacate me for DOS’s complete lack of response to what I requested because of thevery unreasonable two years of waiting for documents of monumental importance.Rolbin also stated
“Many passport applications and other non-vital records from that period were destroyed during the 1980s in accordance with guidance from the General Services Administration.”
This generalized, uncorroborated statementcreates more questions than answers.Rolbin’s statement greatly concerns me for many reasons:1.
Calls passport applications non-vital, when they clearly are, as they are thesupporting documentation behind the issuance of a passport and are consideredClass A documents and contain evidence of proof of citizenship.2.
DOS states “that period”. What period is this? They provide no time frame.3.
Where’s the proof of the supposed destruction? Where’s the chain of title forthe destruction of millions of citizen’s personal passport documents withoutnotice? Where is the original policy document/directive that outlines this alleged“document destruction program?”4. If this alleged documentation destruction program was instituted, why is it notreflected in the DOS Records Schedules? (Tasha M. Thian, DOS RecordsOfficer confirms that this destruction is not reflected in the DOS RecordSchedules.) Why did the DOS attorney Rolbin not produce a directive or policyletter that outlines this alleged destruction?The DOS entered an unsworn, uncorroborated alleged “communication” that discussedan alleged “purge project” into federal court in response to the lawsuit
Strunk v.State Department
DCD 08-cv-2234 (RJL). (Exhibit 2) I bring this to your attention because thisalleged correspondence and alleged “purge project” affects my FOIA request directlyand DOS entered it into evidence in a court of law. However, I am not surprised that this