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Responsive Document - CREW: DOJ: Regarding Information on Criminal Division's Handling of Guantanamo Deaths: 11/2/2011

Responsive Document - CREW: DOJ: Regarding Information on Criminal Division's Handling of Guantanamo Deaths: 11/2/2011

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On May 27, 2010, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) sent a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Department of Justice (DOJ) seeking information about the DOJ Criminal Division’s handling of allegations of wrongdoing in the deaths of three detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility and their subsequent investigation by military officials. Investigative reports by Harper’s Magazine and the Seton Hall University School of Law -- based on the whistleblowing testimony of a decorated non-commissioned Army officer -- have raised serious questions about the government’s response to the June 9, 2006 deaths. The absence of clear information has allowed for a confusing and contradictory public debate, replete with conspiratorial claims of cover-ups and purported debunkings. CREW seeks evidence of DOJ’s ability to handle allegations of government wrongdoing, to inform the public and hold the government accountable.
On May 27, 2010, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) sent a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Department of Justice (DOJ) seeking information about the DOJ Criminal Division’s handling of allegations of wrongdoing in the deaths of three detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility and their subsequent investigation by military officials. Investigative reports by Harper’s Magazine and the Seton Hall University School of Law -- based on the whistleblowing testimony of a decorated non-commissioned Army officer -- have raised serious questions about the government’s response to the June 9, 2006 deaths. The absence of clear information has allowed for a confusing and contradictory public debate, replete with conspiratorial claims of cover-ups and purported debunkings. CREW seeks evidence of DOJ’s ability to handle allegations of government wrongdoing, to inform the public and hold the government accountable.

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U.S.
Department
ofJustice
Federal
Bureau
of
Investigation
Washington,
D.C.
20535
October
31,2011
MS.ANNE
L.
WEISMANNCITIZENS
FOR
RESPONSIBILITY
AND
ETHICS
IN
WASHINGTONSUITE
4501400
EYE
STREET
NW
WASHINGTON,
DC
20005
Request
No.:
1162467-
000Subject:
HICKMAN,
JOE/ALLEGATIONS
OF
JANUARY
23,2009/GITMODear
Ms.
Weismann:
While
processing
your
Freedom
of
Information-PrivacyActs
(FOIPA)
request,
theUnited
States
Department
of
Justice,
CriminalDivisionlocated
FBI
information
in
their
records.
Thismaterial
was
referred
to
the
FBI
for
direct
response
to
you.
Enclosedare
copies
of
thereferred
material.Deletions
havebeenmade
pursuant
toTitle
5,
United
States
Code,Section(s)552/552a
as
noted
below.
See
the
enclosed
form
for
an
explanation
of
these
exemptions.
Section
552
Section
552a
(b)(1)
E1(b)(7)(A)
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cb)(7)(B)
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LJ(k)(1)
LJ(b)(7)(D)
(b)(7)(E)
E(k)(3)
LJ(b)(7)(F)
E(k)(4)
E(b)(4)
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E(k)(6)
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214
pages
werereviewedand
71
pages
are
being
released.
In
accordance
with
standard
FBI
practice,this
response
neither
confirmsnor
denies
the
existence
of
your
subject’s
name
on
anywatch
lists.You
may
appeal
any
denials
bywritingto
the
Director,
Officeof
InformationandPrivacy,
United
States
Department
of
Justice,
1425
New
York
Ave.,
NW,
Suite11050,
Washington,
D.C.,
20530-
0001,
within
sixty
days
from
the
date
of
this
letter.
Theenvelopeandthe
lettershouldbeclearly
marked“Freedom
of
Information
Appeal”
or
“Information
Appeal.”
Please
cite
the
FOIPA
number
assigned
to
your
request
sothat
it
mayeasilybe
identified.
Sincerelyyours,
David
M.
Hardy
Section
Chief,
Record/Information
DisseminationSectionRecordsManagement
Division
Enclosures
(2)
 
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