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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTIUCT OF COLUMBIA
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Christopher Earl STRUNK, §
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Plaintiff, §
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v. §
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE, and §
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND §
SECURITY, §
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Defendants. §
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No. OS-CV-2234 (RJL)
DECLARATION OF ALEX GALOVICII
1, Alex Galovich, declare and state as follows:
I. 1 am the Acting Director of the 01Iiee of Information Programs and Services ("IPS")
of the United Statcs Departmcnt of State (the "Department"). In this capacity, I am the
Department official immediately responsible for responding to requests for records under the
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). 5 U.S.C. § 552, the Privacy Act,S U.S.C. § 552a, and other
applicable records access provisions. I have been employed by the Department of State since
! 974, and have served with the Department's information Access Program for Over twenty years.
As Acting Director, J am authorized to classifY and declassifY national security information. I
make the following statements based upon my personal knowledge, which in turn is based on a
personal review of the records in the case files established for processing the subject request, and
upon information furnished to me in the course of my otIicial duties.
2. The core responsibilities ofIPS include: (l) responding to records access requests
made by the public (under the FOJA, the P11vacy Act, the mandatory classification review
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requirements o1'lhe Executive Order on classified national security information, or the Ethics in
Government Act), Members of Congress, and other govermnent agencies, and those that have
been made pursuant to judicial process, such as subpoenas, court orders, and discovery requests;
(2) records management; (3) privacy protection; (4) national security classification management
and declassi1ication review; (5) corporale records archives management; (6) research; (7)
operation and management o1'lhe Department's Library; and (8) the application ofteclmology
that supports these activities.
3. 1111S declaration explains the Department's search for and review of records
responsive to the ForA requests at issue in this litigation.
1. ADMJNJSTRATIVE PROCESSING OF PLAINTIFF'S ForA REQUESTS
Request No. 200806553
4. By letter dated October 16,2008 (Exhibit 1), Mr. Christopher Earl Stnmk (the
"Plaintiff') submitted a FOIA requesllo the Department for ·'lui-ormation Of records related to
Stanley AIm Dunham born November 29, 1942 at Forl Leavenworth (sic), KS. U.S., a.k.a.
Stanley Ann Dunham Obama a.k.a. (sic) who died OIl November 7, 1995, under the name
Stanley Aml Dunham Soctoro (a.k.a. Sutoro) for any and or all exit and entry records for travel
outside of the USA for the period between 1960 through 1963."
5. By letter dated January 12, 2009 (Exhibit 2), IPS acknowledged receipt ofPlaintifI's
request. and assigned it FOIA case control number 200806553. Plaintiff was advised that based
upon the information contained in his commLmication, it appeared that the records he sought
would be with the Depaltment of Homeland Security's Bureau of Customs and Border
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Protection. IPS provided Plaintiff with the address for that agency and closed FOrA case control
number 200806553.
Request Nos. 200807238 and 200807272
6. On November 22, 2008, Plaintiff submitted an electronic FOlA request via tile
Department's FOlA website (Exhibit 3) for documents pertaining to:
"I. Stanley Ann Dunham, alk/a Ann Dunham alkla Stanley Ann Obama aIkIa Aml
Obama alk/a Stanley Aml Soetoro alkla AIm Soetoro a/k!a Stmlley Ann Sl1toro alkla Ann Sutoro
alkla Stanley AIm Dunham Obama alkla Ann Dunham Obama, born November 29, 1942 at Fort
Leavenworth (sic), KS. U.S., a.k.a. Stanley AIm DUlllmm Obama and who died on November 7,
1995, under the nanle Stanley Ann Dunham Soetoro (a.k.a. Sutoro) .. ;" and
"2. Barack Hussein Obama, Jf. aIkIa Barry Soetoro .... "
Plaintiff specifically requested the following documents for these two persons:
"a. Any and all U.S. Applications for a u.s. Passport;"
" b. Entry and Exit Passport Records peltaining to the United States and Kenya fi'om the
period of time ofJanuary 01, 1960 to December 31, 1975 and January I, 1979 to December 3 J,
1985;"
"c. Entry and Exit Passport Records pertaining to the United States and Indonesia from
the pellod of time of January 01, 1960 to December 31, 1973 and January I, 1979 to December
31,1985;"
"d. The above travel records on (sic) for the datcs spccified travelling on a U.S. Passport,
Kenyan Passport, Indonesian Passpmt or any other foreign passpOli andlor visa;"
"e. Foreign Birth Certificate registered and filed with the U.S, Embassy, Kenya and lor
U.s. Embassy of Indonesia for Barack H. Obama alkial BatTY Soetoro .. , ;"
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"f. Foreign Bil1h Registry filed with the U.S. Embassy, Kenya and/or U.S. Embassy of
Indonesia by Stanley Ann Dunham, et aJ. Registering the birth ofBarack 1-l. Obuma alkla BatTY
Soetoro ... ;"
"and g. Adoption Records and/or Govemmental "Acknowledgment" wherein Barack H.
Obama alkla BatTY Soetoro was "acknowledged" as Lolo Soetoro, M.A.' s son."
7. Plaintiff stated his willingness to pay $100.00 for the processing of the request.
Plaintiff noted that he had made a previous FOlA request fOf records concerning Stanley Ann
Dunham (Obatna) on October 17 (sic), 2008, and had received no documents in response to that
request. After Plaintiff submitted his request, an automated r e ~ p o n s e acknowledging and
sunU11arizing Plaintiff's request was E-mailed to Plaintiff (see Exhibit 3).
8. By letter also dated November 22,2008 (Exhibit 4), Plaintiff submitted a declaratioJl
bearing his signature in support of his request for information about a living person.
9. By lctter dated Januill-Y 12,2010 (Exhibit 5), IPS acknowledged Plaintiff's FOlA
request of November 22,2008, and assigned it case control numbers 200807238 atld 200807272.
Plaintiff was advised that, with respect to Ms. D,mham, who is widely known as a matter of
public record to be deceased, the Department would process the request for records in category
(a) of his request under FOIA case control number 200807238. IPS advised PlaintiiT that his
request was placed in the category of "All Other Requesters" for fee purposes, and noted his
willingness to pay fees up to $100.00.
10. IPS further advised PlaiJltiffthat the other aspects of his FOlA request were assigned
case control number 200807272. IPS informed Plaintiff that it appeared that any records listed in
categories (b), (c) and (d) of hi's November 22, 2008 request would be with the Department of
Homeland Security's Bureau of Customs and Border Protection or with the National Archives.
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IPS provided Plaintiff with the addresses of those agencies. IPS also informed Plaintiff that,
with respect to records pertaining to Mr. Obama, in all categories (a) through (g), Plaintiffs
request did not comply with Department regulations regarding requests for infonnation
pCl1aining to living third parties, and was therefore, deemed invalid. Before IPS can process a
request for a third party's passport and similar records, the requester must provide the third
pal1y's authorization as described in the DepBltmenl's regulation published at 22 C.F.R. §
171.12(a). In tlus regard, Plaintiff was advised that his declaration submitted with his letter
dated November 22, 2008, did 110t suffice, as it was signed by Plaintiff rather than the individual
to whom the records pertain and thus does not serve to waive that individual's privacy interests.
IPS also advised Ulat, to the extent they exist, the records Plaintiff sought about Mr. Obama
would be personal records subject to the Privacy Act of 1974; tlleir release would not shed light
on the activities of the U.S. gove1'11ment, and as such, without the individual's authorization, they
would have to be withheld under FOIA exemption 6, 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(6).
11. In the same letter IPS advised Plaintiff that his request for expeditious processing had
been denied, infol1ned Plaintiff of his right 10 appeal the denial of expedition and enclosed a
copy of the Department's expeditious processing criteria. IPS also advised Plaintiff that his
request for records in categories (b) through (g), as well as records pertaining to Ml'. ObBln3 in
category (a) of his November 22,2008, request had been closed. IPS advised Plaintiff that ifhe
wished to resubmit his request that he should include as moeh infonnation as possible. In
particuIBl', IPS requested that that Plaintiff specify the nature and time frame ofthe records in
categories (c), (f) and (g) of his November 22,2008 request.
12. By letter dated July 29, 2010 (Exhibit 6), the Office ofPassp0l1 Services advised
Plaintiff the search of its records had becn completed and resulted in the retrieval of six
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documents responsive to his request number 200807238. Of these, all documents were released
in full. Plaintiff was advised in thatlelter that Passport Services did not locate a 1965 passport
application referenced in an application for amendment of passport. The Department concluded
it was likely destroyed as pmi of a records disposition project in the 1980s in which routine
passport applications and other non-vital records from 1925-1968 were destroyed in accordance
with continued requests from the General Services Administration to reduce the amount of spac.e
used to store routine passport records and other non-vital records (Exhibit 7). Passport Services
further advised Plaintiff that passport records typically consist of applications for United States
passports and supporting evidence of United States citizenship; passport records do not include
evidence of travel such as entrance/exit stamps, visas, residence permits, etc., since this
infonnation is entered into the passport book after issuance.
II. THE SEARCH PROCESS
13. When the Department receives a FOIA request, IPS evaluates the request and
determines which offices, overseas posts, or other records systems within the Department may
reasonably be expected to contain the records requested. This detemlination is based on the
description of the records requested, mld requires a familiarity with the Department's records
system holdings, applicable records disposition schedules, and the substantive and functional
mandates of numerous Depmtment oftiecs and Foreign Service posts. Factors such as the nature,
scope, and complexity of the request itself are also relevm1t.
14. Upon evaluation ofPlaintifl's FOIA request (200807238), IPS determined that the
Office of Passport Services would be the only office that would reasonably be expected to
maintain the records requested. Passport Services is charged with issuing passports to U.s.
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citizens, and issues some IS million passports per year through 25 domestic agencies. Passport
issuance by overseas U.S. Embassies and Consular posts is now suppOlted by three domestic
national processing centers. The Passport Infonnation Electronic Records System (PlERS) is an
electronic database that includes the records of some 144 million passports that have been issued
from 1978 to the present. The Department of State also maintains paper records of some
passport applications.
15. Passport Services conducted numerous searches of PIERS using the names
DUNHAM, Stanley Ann; SOETORO, Stanley Ann; and, SUTORO, Stanley Ann. Passport
Services also conducted numerous searches of the paper records using the names provided in
Plaintiff's November 22, 2008 ForA request, viz .. DUNHAM, Stanley Ann; DUNHAM, Stanley
Ann Obama: OBAMA, Stanley Ann; SOETORO, Stanley Ann; SOETORO, Stanley Ann
Obama; <Uld SUTORO, Stanley Ann Obama. As a result of these repeated searches of alll'ecol'ds
systems reasonably likely to contain the requested records, six responsive passpOlt records were
located. No record of a 1965 passpolt application referenced in an application for amendment of
passport in the name of Stanley AIm Dunham was located as noted in paragraph 12 above.
CONCLUSION
16. In summary, the Department conducted mUltiple searches in an exhaustive eflort to
locate the records sought by the Plaintiff in regard to his ForA request mm1ber 200807238. As a
result of these searches, the Department located six documents responsive to Plaintiff's request.
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The Department reviewed these documents for reasonable segregation of non-exempt
information and determined that all documents may be released in full.
* * *
I declare under penally of peljury thal the foregoing is tmc and correct lo the best of my
knowledge.
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Executed this . '1 day of July 2010
Christopher Ear/ Struilk v. US. Del' 't <JjState, e/ a/.
A le:c Galovich Declaration
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'October 16,2008
Chrisiopher Earl Sttunk
593 Vanderbilt Avenue - #281
Brooklyn, New York 11238
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
2201 C Street N.W
Washington D.C 20520
Attn: FOIA Information Officer
Subject: Freedom oOnformation Act Request
for travel records of Stanley A .. nn Dunham (Obama).
To whom it may concern,
As of Tight under the Freedom oOnformation Act, 5 U.S.C.
subsection 552, I am requesting information 01' records related to Stanley
Ann Dunham born November 29, 1942 at Fort Leavenworth 1(8. U.S., a.k.a.
Stanley Ann Dunham Obama a.k.a. and who died on November 7, 1995
under the name Stanley Ann Dlmham Soetoro (a.k.a. Sutoro) for any and or
all exit and entry records for travel outside ofthe USA for the period
between I 960 through 1963.
If there are any fees for searching for, reviewing, or copying the
records, please Jet me lmow before you task my request.
If you deny all or any part ofthis request, please cite each specific
Exemption you think justifies your refusal to release the information and
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notifY me of appeal procedures available under. the law. . .
Sincerely
Christopher Earl Strunk
GALQVICH DECLARAT10N
Action No, 1:08-02234
Exhib:i.t 1
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Mr. Christopher Earl Strunk
593 Vanderbi it Ave. # 28]
Brooklyn. NY 11238
Dear Mr. Strunk:
United States Department of Slate
Washington, D.C. 20520
CaliC Number 200iW6553
:, .
This is in response to your Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act
(F01AIPA) request, dated.october 16, 2008 for any and all entry and exit
records for travel outside of the United Slates from 1960 thrOllQ!1 1963 for

Stanley Ann Dunham.
Based upon the information contained in your communications, it appears
that the records you seek are with the Homeland Security's Bureau of
Customs and Border Protection. Accordingly, you should direct your request
to:
.6urealU.1LC.y'$J.oms and Bordr.r Prg.,tg!ctf.9fl
r"'lark Hanson
Director
FOlA Division
799 9th StreeJ, NW
Mint Annex
Washington, DC 20:C29
telephone nunnber: (2.02) 325·0150
fax number: (202) 325-0154
For further communications with respect to this request, see our contact
information at the bottom of this page.
We hope we have been of service to you.
Office of b!(oJ'marioll Programs and Sell'ic.:(!.f
U.S. a/SwfC', S,-"\-2
WashiJlg!oll. DC 20522·8100
WebsiTe: 1\"11"\\', fr.?irJ.,JIrlfe. !!fLl.:'
Sincerel"
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Requester Communications Branch
ISO 9001 :2000 Certified
Inquiries:
Pholle:
PAX: 1·202-161·8579
FD1ASICliltS@STale.R(}l1
GALOVICH DECLARATION
Action No.
Exhibit 2
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Th3r.k you. Your request has been submitied.
This is a request filed uncler the Freedom of Information Act. Return to rOlA Request GenCt2::.01'
Request Date: 11/22/2008
Request Reference Number: 881;
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Return to rOlA Home Page
The time period of my request is between 1/1/1960 and 12/31/1985
Description of request:
As a matter of statutory responsibitlty by act of Congress the .U.s. Department is to
maintain records for the below listed natural persons and that pursuant to the Freedom
of Information Act are to turn over the following documents on the following individual:
1. Stanley Ann Dunham, a/I</a Ann Dunham a/k/a Stanley Ann Obama elk/a Ann
Obama a/k/a Stanley Ann Soetoro a/k/a Ann Soetoro a/k/a Stanley Ann Sutoro a/k/a
Ann Sutoro a/kja Stanley Ann Dunham Obama a/k/a Ann Dunham Obama, born
NO'/ember 29, 1942 at Fort Leavenw.orth KS. U.S., a.k.a. Stanley Ann Dunham Obama
and who died on November 7, 1995 under the name Stanley Ann Dunham Soetom (a.!<.a.
Sutnro), SSN: 535-40-8522; and 2. Baraek Hussein Obama, Jr. a/k/a Barry Scetoro Date
of Birth: August 4, 1961 and The following documents for subject (1) and (2): a. Any
and all U.S. Applications for a U.s. Passport; b. Entry and Exit Passport Records
pertaining to the United States and Kenya from the period of time of January 01,1960 to
December 31, 1975 and January 1, 1979 to December 31, 1985; c. Entry and Exit
Passport Records pertaining to the United States and Indonesia from the perind of time
of January 01, 1960 to December 31, 1973 and January 1, 1979 to December 31, 1985;
d. The above travel records on for the dates specified travelling on a U.S. Passport,
Kenyan PassJ-lort, Indonesian Passport or any other foreign passport and/or visa; e.
Foreign Birth Certificate registered and filed with the U.S. Embassy, Kenya and/or U.S.
Embassy of Indonesia for Barack H. Obama a/k/a Barry Soetoro, Date of Birth: August
4, 1961; f. Foreign Birth Registry filed with the U.S. Embassy, Kenya and/or U.S.
Embassy of Indonesia by Stanley Ann Dunham, et al. Registering the birth of Barack H.
Obama a/k/a Barry Soetoro, Date of Birth: August 4, 1961; and g. Adoption Records
anti/or Governmental "Acknowledgment .. wherein Barack H. Obllma a/k/a Bbrry
Soetoro was "acknowledged" as lolo Soetoro, M.A.'s son.
For faster processing please restrict the parameters of this F01A request to the State Archiving
S;stem (SAS)--.over 25 '.nillion. electronic ree. ords conSisting of telegrams (.r?,m mid-1973 S:p \ I _ / -';.
[J.esent. I "'" A '·4 JL c. "0/(:'- '" -r"(t<I<1l,..<JIS "'" . ..,.. I r -<-' /[ \ 'j L L.. ,,2)
-I'" I . F! f /i I' Lie G.', {" ... L . ""- 0 (:1iJ/! -\::::::"1.-2,---" /.
'1 am wiHing IO pay fees for this request up lo Q rnaXlmum of $100,00
In (}rder to help to determine my status to as.5ess fees, YOll should know H1at I
a representative of the newS media ?ffHi(lted with and this
request is made as part of a news gathering effort and riot for commercial tJse.(Additlonaf
documentation or comments will be required. See
cffiliated with an educational or noncommerciai scientific institution, and request is made for a
scholarly or scientific purpose and not for commercial use.(Additional documentation will be requited.
See
(I an individual seeking inforrflation for persona! use and not for COll'merclal use,
aHillt1ted with a privatE: corporation and ('lm seeking ir,rormation for use in the compnny's business.
GALOVrCH DECLARATION
Civil Action No.
Exhibit 3
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Additional Comments
As a matter of record and follow-up: On October 17, 2008, I filed a ForA reqLlest
regarding Stanley Ann Dunham (Obama)for the period from 1950 through 1953, via
United States Postal Service, Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested; That on October
30, ;W08, Respondent agent signed the return receipt for the FOIA request; and That as
of this date November 21, Petitioner has stili not receive any response, as required
pursuant to 5 USC 552.
Thank you for your consieJeration of my request. Sincerely,
Christopher Earl Strunk.
E-mail Aclclress:
cestrunck@yahoo.com
Street Address:
593 Vanderbilt Avenue - #281
Brooklyn, New York
11238
TelepllOne Number: 845-901-6767
Fax Number:

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Casto, Mary T
From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
FOtA Request [FOIA@state.gov]
Saturday, November 22,200812:38 PM
CMstopt1er Earl Strunk
rOIA Request Letter 88475
Thank you [Dr filing your F01A request online on I ]122/2008. The process for
cOll1pleting your request will now begin. Here is 11 review of your request.
T'he search win be restricted to thc State Archiving SystCl1l.
I am willing to pay $100.00 for my request.
J am an individual seekillg infollnation for personal use and not [(.ll" commcrcial
lise.
'The lime period of my request is between 111/1960 and 12/31/1985
The rccords J request can be described as follows:
As a matter of statutory responsibitlLy by act of Congress the U.S. Department is to
maintain records for the below listed natural persons and that pursuant to Jhe
Frccdom of Information Act are (a lUrn over the following documents 011 tile
f"ollowing individual:
I. Stanley Ann Dunham, a/kIn Ann Dunham a/k/a Stanley Ann Obama a/k/a
Ann Ohama a/k/a Stanley Ann Soetoro a/k/a Ann Soetoro Il/k/a Stanley Ann
Sutoro a/k/a Ann Sutoro a/k/n Stanley Ann Dunham Obama a/kja Ann Dunham
Obama, born Novcmber 29, 1942 at Fort Leavenworth I(S. ·U.S., a.k.a. Stanley
Ann Dunham Oballla and who died 011 November 7, 1995 i.mdcr the name Stanley
Ann Dunham Soctoro (a.k.a. Sutoro), SSN: 535-40-8522; and
2. Burack Hussein Obama, Jr. a/k/a Barry Soetoro Date of Birth: August 4,
1961 and
The follol''''ing documents [or subject (I) and (2):
a. Any anci all U.S. AppJ ications 1'01' a U.S. Passport;
b. Entry and Exit Passport Records pertaining to the United Stales and [(enya
fi'om the period of lime 0 r January 01, 1960 to December 3 I, 1975 and January],
1979 to Deccmber 3], 1985;
c. Entry and Exit Passport Records pertaining to the United States ami
Indonesia Crom the period of time of January 01, 1960 10 December 3], 1973 and
January I. 1979 to December 3 I, 1985;
d. The above travel records on for the dates specified travelling 011 a U.S.
Passport, Kenyan Passport, Indonesian Passport or any other foreign passport
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and/or visa;
c. Foreign Birth Ccrli lieate registered and flied with the U.S. Embassy, Kenya
and/or U.S. Embassy or Indonesia for Banick J-I. Obama a/k/a Barry Soeloro, Dale
of 8irth: August 4, I % I;
r. Foreign Birth Registry flied with the U.S. Embassy, Kenya and/or U.S.
Embassy or Indonesia by Stanley Ann Dunham, ct al. Registering thc birth or
Barack 1-1, Obama a/k/a Barry Soctoro, Date of Birth: August 4, 1961; ancl
g. Adoption .R.ecords and/o!' Governmental "Acknowledgment" wherein
Samek H. Obal11a alkla Barry Soctoro was "acknowledgcd" as Lolo Soetoro,
M.A.'s son.
My additional comments arc as follows: As a matter of record and follow-up:
On October 17,2008, J filed a FOIA requcst regarding Stanley AnTl Dunham
(Obal11a)!'or the period from 1960 through 1963, via United States Postal Service,
Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested;
That on October 30, 2008, Respondent agent signed (he return receipt for the
FOIA request; unci
That as or this date November 21, Petitioner has stili not receive any response, as
required puriiuant to 5 USC 552.
Christopher Earl Strunk
cestrunck@lyahoo.co1ll
593 Vanderbilt Avenue - il181
Brooklyn
New York
11238
845-901-6767
Reference Number: 138475
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ChrislOpher Earl Strunk
593 Vanderbilt A venue - II'll) J
Brooklyn, Ncw'r'ork 11238
November 22, lOOR
Office of InfOl"l1lation Programs nnd Services
AIiSSfII)S/R L'
l/, S. DepHrtll1cnl oj' State
Washington, D. C, 20522-1-; I 00
SUbject FrcedODl of"inforIl121.if1!] Act request support
Declaration rel8ted to Reference Numb,or: Bg475,
Deal' rOIA OrIicer:
'The required declaration with original signature under 2g USC 1746 1'01' the
request with the referenced number that seeks personal il1formation aiJoUi CI
livil1,£ person, io herewith for your information and LIS, along with a
confirmation copy of'the actual FOIA request detailed and generated on this
elate,
lmponanlly, H!' a follow-up to my FOlA request o[,OclDber 17,2008, having
been recorded as reecived by the FOIA officel' on OCLOber 3(), 2008, ihr
which! have not received any response, a copy is attached herewith,
Theses matters are lll'gent and require expedited handling as time is ol'the
essence and involve matters of irl'eparabl e har111 i I' !lot handlcd
S
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Christopher Earl Strunk
AW).ched:
DeclaratioJl with orillil181
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Copy of the rOlA request ref, 110, B8475,
Copy of FO]A request received October 30,2008.
DECLARATION
c.iv,il Action No. _1:
gxhibit 4
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Subject: Freedom of' Information Act request support
Declaration related to Reference Number: 138475.
I, Christopher Earl Strunk, declare uncleI' pellalty of pel jury, purSlIantlo 28
u.s.c. § 1746 as follows:
I. I [1111 petitioner with place for service at593 Vundcl'bilt Avenue
1.1281 Brooklyn, New YOJ'k 11238; Email: cestrul1cka:ilvahoo.com with Ccll-
(845) 901-6767.
2. This declaration is ill support of my Freedom of" Infol'l11<ltioll
Act request related to Reference Number: B8475; and
3. The required declaration with original signature under 28 USC
1746 the requcst that seeks I?!!.Dl'Ol1aj in/ormation about qjjyim;
Respectl'ully submitted for relief as time is ofthe essence with imminent
irreparable harm that would result
cc:
Office oflnformation Programs and Services
J\I1SS/IPS/RL
U. S. Department of State
Washington, D. C. 20522-8100
Earl Sh'un\(
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Mr. Christopher Earl Strunk
593 Vanderbilt Ave. # 281
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Dear Mr. Strunk:
United States Department of State
Washington, D.C. 20520
,.I/lN 1 2 "c,
Case Number 20618
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Case Number 200807272
This is in response to your Freedom of Information Act (FOrA) request,
dated November 22, 2008, for copies of the following documents concerning
Stanley Ann Dunham or Barack Hussein Obama:
(a) Any and all applications for a U.S. passport;
(b) Entry and exit passport records pertaining to the U.S. and Kenya
between January 1, 1960 and December 31,1975 and also between
January 1, 1979 and December 31,1985;
(c) Entry and exit passport records pertaining to the U.S. and Indonesia
between January 1, 1960 and December 31, 1973 and also between
January I, 1979 and December 31, 1985;
(d) The above travel records on any U.S. or foreign passport and/or visa;
In addition, your request seeks:
(e) and (f) Foreign birth registry or certificate registered and filed with the
U.S. Embassy in Kenya or Indonesia by Stanley Ann Dunham
registering the birth of Barack H. Obama;
(g) "Adoption records and/or Governmental 'Acknowledgment' wherein
Barack H. Obama ... was 'acknowledged' as Lola Soetoro, M.A.'s
son."
Office of Illformatioll Programs and Services
U.S. Depor/lIlelll of Siale, SII·2
Washington. DC 20522·8]00
Website: lI'ww.[Oia.Sf(lJf!.:.gov
Inquiries:
GALOVICH OECLARA'rION
Civil Action No. 1:08-02234
Exhibit 5
Phone: ]·202·261·8484
FAX: }·202·261·8579
E·mail: FOIASlatlls@slate.gov
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With respect to Ms. Dunham, who is widely known as a matter of public
record to be deceased, we will process your request for records in category
(a) above. This aspect of your request has been assigned case processing
number 200807238. For faster processing, please refer to this number in any
future correspondence about this aspect of your request. You have staled
your willingness to pay the fees incurred in the processing of this request up
to $100.00. Based upon the information that you have provided, we have
placed you in the requester category checked below. This request will be
processed in accordance with the fee schedule designated for that category
(see 22 C.F.R. Part 171, enclosed).
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Commercial Use Requesters - Requires us to assess charges that
recover the full direct costs of searching for, reviewing for release, and
duplicating the record(s) sought.
Educational Institution Requesters - Requires us to assess charges that
recover the cost of duplicating the [ecord(s) sought only, after the first
100 pages of duplication.
Non-commercial Scientific Institution Requesters - Requires us to
assess charges that recover the cost of duplicating the record(s) sought
only, after the first 100 pages of duplication.
Representatives of the News Media - Requires us to assess charges
that recover the cost of duplicating the record(s) sought only, after the
first 100 pages of duplication.
All Other Requesters - Requires us to assess charges that recover the
full reasonable direct cost of searching for and duplicating the
record(s) sought, after the first 100 pages of duplication and the first
two hOLlrs of search time.
We will notify you of the costs incurred in processing your request as soon
as we have completed the search for, and review of, any responsive
documents. As noted below, yOUI' request for expedited processing has been
deniee!. Although we will make every effort to complete processing of yOUI'
request quickly, unusual circumstances in this case may affect the time
required to provide you with the documents you have requested. These
unusual circumstances include the need to search for and collect the
requested records from separate and distinct Department offices. Unusual
circumstances may also arise from the need to search for, collect, and
Office of In/onnatioll Programs and SeJ1!ices
U.S. Deparlmelll of Slate, SA-2
Washington, DC 20522-8100
Website: II'lvw.toia.sfale. {fOP
/nCjuir;es:
Phone: 1-202-261-8484
FAX: 1-202-261-8579
E-mail: FOlAStatas@slate.gov
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appropriately examine a voluminous amollnt of separate and distinct records
that are demanded in a single request, or from the need for consultation with
another agency having a substantial interest in the determination of the
request or among two or more components of the Department that have a
substantial subject matter interest therein. If needed, such consultation will
be conducted with all practicable speed. If at any point you no longer need
the information requested and wish to withdraw your FOlA request, please
let us know.
The othcr aspects of your request have been assigned case control number
200807272 and have been closed in our system, for the reasons described
below.
The Department of State would not reasonably maintain any records of the
sort listed in categories (b), (c), and (d) above. It appears that, if any such
records are maintained by the U.S. Government at all, they would be with
the Department of Homeland Security's Bureau of Customs and Border
Protection or with the National Archives, to which many older government
records are accessioned. The addresses for those entities, if you wish to
submit a FOIA request for these records, are:
Bureau of Customs and Border Protection
Mark Hanson
Director
FOIA Division
799 9th Street, NW
Mint Annex
Washington, DC 20229
Telephone number: (202) 325-0150
Fax number: (202) 325-0154
National Archives and Records Administration
8601 Adelphi Road, Room 3110
College Park, MD 20740-6001
With respect to records pertaining to Mr. Obama, in all categories (a)
through (g) above, your request cloes not comply with our regulations
Office of Inforlllation Prograllls alld Services
U.S. Department of State, SA·2
Washington. DC 20522-8100
Website: H'IVw.li)ia.slatt'. (,lOll
Inquiries:
Phone: 1·202-261-8484
FAX: 1·202-261-8579
E-mail: FOIASt(/tus@stote.gov
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regarding requests for information pertaining to living third parties, and has
therefore been deemed invalid. Before we can process a request for a third
party's passport and similar records, we need the third party's authorization
as described below and in our regulations published at 22 C.P.R.
§ 171.12(a).
In general, access to information about living private individuals cannot be
given to unauthorized third parties absent the individuals' written consent.
The State Department requires that written consent be in the form of a
signed, notarized statement from the individual(s), authorizing the
Department of State to release information to the other party. The statement
should bear the original signatnre of the individual and original seal of
the notary, and be dated within six months of the date of the request.
In lieu of notarization, the individual to whom the records pertain may make
the following statement: "I declare, certify, verify or state under penalty of
perjury under the laws of the United States of America, that the foregoing is
true and correct." Such a statement must be forwarded to us with a current
date and an original signature (faxed photocopies cannot be accepted).
The declaration you provided with your request unfortunately does not
suffice, as itis signed by you rather than the individual to whom the records
pertain and thus does not serve to waive the other individual's privacy
interests. To the extent they exist, the records you seek about Mr. Obama
would be personal records subject to the Privacy Act of 1974; their release
would not shed light on the activities of the U.S. government, and as such
without the individual's authorization they would have to be withheld under
POIA exemption 6, 5 U.S.c. § 552(b)(6).
Expedited Processing
Our published regulations regarding expedition, 22 C.F.R. 171.12(b), require
a specific showing of a compelling need. Expeditious processing is granted
only in the following situations: (1) imminent threat to the life or physical
safety of an individual; (2) urgent neeel by an individual primarily engaged
Office oJ bifol1l1atioll Programs and Sel1}ices
U.S. Department of SlCIte. SA-2
Washington, DC 20522-8100
Web .... ite: 1-I')I'\I-'.l'oia .. lla(e.I!Ov
Inquiries:
Phone: 1-202-261-8484
FAX: 1-202-261-8579
FOIAS1GIlIS@sfate.gov
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in disseminating information in order to inform the public concerning actual
or allegcd Federal Government activity, and the information is urgently
needed in that a particular value of the information would be lost if not
disseminated quickly; (3) substantial humanitarian reasons; and (4) loss of
substantial due process rights, Your request does not provide adequate
justification for any of the established criteria, Regrettably, we must advise
that you have not provided adequate justification for expedition, and we note
that mcre relation to an imminent election does not justify expedited
processing under the FOIA. However, you may be assured that we will
make every effort to process your request in as timely a manner as possible.
For your convenience, I have enclosed a copy of the Department's
expeditious processing criteria, If you wish to appeal the denial of
expedition, you may write to the Chief, Requester Liaison Division, at the
address below, within 30 days of receipt of this letter.
Additiomll Information and/or Clarification
The Department of State is responsible for formulating and executing U,S,
foreign policy and primarily maintains records dealing with U.S. foreign
relations. The Department also maintains records of applications from U.S.
citizens for U,S. passports, and visa requests from non-citizens to entcr the
U.S" records on consular assistance provided to U,S. citizens abroad, and
records of its own employees. The Department of State is comprised of
hundreds of offices and overseas posts, so rcquesters should be specific
about the records they seek,
If you do re-submit your request, we would ask that you include as much
infonnation as possible about the information requested, As the Department
of State consists of hundreds of offices and overseas posts, with many
different filing systems, your request should be specific, detailed, and
include as much information as might be relevant. In particular, we would
request that you specify the nature and time frame of the records in
categories (e), (f), and (g) above, When would these records have been
provided to the Department of State or the U,S. Embassies mentioned in
your request? What sort of "Governmental' Acknowledgment'" is
Office oj Information Programs and Set1dces
U.S. /)epal'lment of State. SA·2
Washington, DC 20522·8100
Website: WWI\'. {b/us/((/e.p(w
lnqllb';es:
Pholle: 1·202·261·8484
FAX: 1-202·261·8579
FO/AStatus.@s/(tle.gov
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contemplated in category (g), and why would the Department of State have
such a record?
Please be advised that your request for any records in categories (b) through
(g) listed above, as well as your request for records pertaining to Mr. Obama
in eategory (a), has been closed in our system. If, after noting the
information cited above, you wish to pursue your request for such records,
please send us a new reguest, which wOLlld include the additional
information noted above.
For further communications, please note our contact information at the
bottom of this page. You may also refer to our website for general
information and guidelines. As noted above, we can provide faster service if
you inclLlde the relevant case proeessing number in your communications
with us.
We are pleased to be of service to you.
Enclosures:
As stated.
Office oj Info1"l11Clliou Programs and Services
U.S. Depar/melll oIS/a/e. SA-2
Washingtoll, DC 20522-8100
Website; wII'W./hill.Jtale.}JQJ!.
Sincerely,
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Reques er Communications Branch
180 9001 ;2000 Cert{fied
//lqltiries:
Pholle: /-202-261-8484
FAX: /-202-261-8579
E-mail: FOfA.S'ratus@slate.go)l
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It appears that you are requesting expeditious processing uncleI' our
regulations at 22 CFR 171.12 (b) (2), which states "Tbe information is
urgently needed by an individual primarily engaged in disseminating
information in orcier to inform tbe pllblic conccrning actual or alleged
Federal Government activity ... (i) Urgently neecled. The in/ormation hilS a
particular value that will be lost ir not disseminated quickly. Ordinarily this
means a breaking news story of general public interest, Information or
historical interest only or information sought for litigatioll or commercial
activities woulclnot qualify, 1101' would a news bl'caking nature of the
information. (ii) Actual or alleged Fcderal Government activity. The
information concerns some lIetions [liken, contemplated, or alleged by or
about the government of the United States, or one 01' components or
agencies including the Congress," The Department intelprets the terrn
"breaking news story of general public interest" as meaning a matter that is
the subject of current news coverage or is a currently unFolding news story.
This mClIns that the information requested must relnte to a matter of current
urgency to the American public where a I'easonable person might conclude
that the consequences of delaying a response would compromise a
significant recogniz.ed interest. The public's right to knClw although of
significant and important value, is not by itself oufficicnt to satisfy this
sLandard. Regrettably, your letter does not slilisfy this requirement of the
statute and our regulations, and therefore your request for
processing is denied.
If you wish to appeal the denial of expedition, you may write to tilt') Chief,
Requester Liaison Division, at the address below, within 30 days of receipt
of th is letter.
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United States Department of State
Washingl,on, D,C, 20520
JUL 292010
In reply refer to:
CA/PPT/LILE - Case Control Nmnber: 200807238
Christopher E. Stnmk
593 Vanderbilt Avenue, #281
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Dear Mr, Strunk:
The following is in response to your request to the Department of
State, dated November 22, 2008, requesting the release of material under the
provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.c. § 552).
We have completed a search for records responsive to your request.
The search resulted in the retrieval of six documents that are responsive to
your request. After careful review of these documents, we have detennined
that all six documents may be released in fulL
We did not locate a 1965 passport application referenced in an
application for amendment of passport that is included in the released
documents, 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.
Passport records typically consist of applications for United States
passports and suppOlting evidence of United States citizenship, Passport
records do not include evidence of travel such as entrance/exit stamps, visas,
residence pennits, etc., since this il1fonnation is entered into the pa5sp01t
book after issuance.
GALOVICH DECLARATION
C ~ v i l Action No. 1;08-02234
Exh.ibit 6
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This completes the processing of your request.
Enclosures:
As stated
C ely
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Jonathan M.·· albin, Director
Office of Legal Affairs and Law Enforcement Liaison
Bureau of Consular Affairs
PasspOIt Services
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IN JUNE 19B4 THE BtJRE,"'\U OF' CON'SULAR Afo:I,'],1RS BEGl\.N A
PRO,TEeT l'III'lED AT REDUCING THE VOLUNE OF NON-- PERI·1l\NENT
RECORDS BEIJ'JG STORED 7\'1' THE F'EDERAL RECORDS CENTER (F'RC)
IN SUITwIND, '1Al1.YL.AND. A STAFF OF' APPROXIW,TELY ·10
PERSONS ;jl\S !lIRED TO CULL THE t10RE T!Wl 125 MILLION
RECORDS NIlICH Hlill ACCUMULATED AT SINCE 192 5. THE
STJ\FF. tJORKING OIyr OF AN OFF-SITE LOC!{l'ION iN'
EYATTSVILLE, MARYLl'JID, ;1<,S CON!?LETED 11'5 \qORK ON RECORDS
m,CLASSI PIED
PAGE 02 STATE 036146
DATING ;;'RO)Vl APRIL 1925 TO .NOVm,mER 1961. THE 8URSAU
:SXP3.C'tS TIU\T TilE PIL,E PURGE PRO,JEC'l' vHLL RESULT IN
81 GNJFICI\NT SIWINGS 'fO THE GOVSRNi'1ENT IN RETRIEVAL COSTS
,\$ \lIELL /-\S REDUCED COSTS of HJ\V!NG TO STORE RECORDS WHICH
HAV!!: B8EN DE'!'ERt..o!!NED TO BE: AND
NON- EBSBNTL1\L TO CONSULl\E l\CTIVITIES. END sut"lMARY.
Dept. of State, ISS/IPS, Margaret P UNCLASSIFI ED
(lI) Release () Excise () J?WY () Declassify
Date. 1-;1.&-;2.0
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GALQVICH DECLARATION
Civil Action NO,
Exhibit 7
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UNCLASSIFIED
2 , 01\CKGROUND.
SINCE THG '8 TliS GENER1\L SERVICES IIWlINISTRJ\1'lON
HIID PRESSURED THE 8UR8l1U OF CONSULAR AFFAIRS TO R!WUCS
'rIlE VDL,UNE OF I'IISSPORT APPLICA'J'IONS l\ND RELJ\TED RECORDS
l\T PRe, 1\']' Ti{fi'!' 'rIME, ORIGIN"AL PASSPORT RECORDS
l'lER£!; I{ETAINF.D VOR A PSRIOD OF' lOO YEARS. THE RETENTION
PElnOD I1AS !'t!i;f)UCCD TO TWENTY YSIIIlS FOR
l\PPLJCN!'IOW; l\ND l"'1P1'EEN YeARS FOR 5-YEl\R
APPLICATIONS, IN 1982, JU'1"BR CONSU11'ING Nl'l'H hLL PP..H1I\RY
BUREIIU FILE USERS, TilE CA BUREAU DECIDED TO REDUCe: THS
1I0LDINGS OF 1-\1' F'Re BY ELIMINATING l\LL
NON-PERM;\NENT, ROUTINE RECORDS, RETAINING THOSE RECORDS
f)F PEr{M!\NENT SIGNIPJCl\NCE INCLUDING 'fIlOSIl CONTAINING
TNFORr1ATlON ON, OR DOCUNtlN'fATION 01", CITIZENSHIP,
" BEING HSTlIINi>D,
1\ :..,rSTJNG OF TilE PRIMl\f=!Y BEING RE'l'i\INED IS
FOLLONS,
- - REPOR'rs Of' BIRTH
- - CERYl VICl\TES OF WITNESS TO MARRTJ\GE
--CERTIPICNTBS Of LOSS OF (1'/I'l'H ATTACHED
2"ILf:;sl
- REPORTS OF Di!:l\TH
-APPLIC]\TIONS DELJ\YBD F.lIRTH c:r':RTI PICi\TES OR
tn-K'Ll\SSl
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SPECIAl. REGISTRATIONS ATTACHED
· -J\PPLICilTIONS (NilTIVU; BORN) InTH SECONDARY EVIDENCll
OF BIRTH/ IDENTITY ATTACHED
• -APPLICATIONS OF Ff)Rr::IGN BORN CITIZENS
INC1JUDING rOREIGN BORN Cl'lTZBNS
- -APPLICA1'10NS OF I'lOI-1EN ACQUIRING CITIZENSHIP TIiROUGH
HARIUAGE
- -1\PPLIClI'rIONS TO RESUNE CITIZENSHIP (VOTING IN ITIIr.IIIN
E],ECTlONS BETNEeN 1/1/46 AND 4/1S/'18)
TO TAKE OATH OF I\LLEGI!u'ICB !\ND
RSNUNCIATION (SERVICE IN CANADI!\N ARMY)
- -APPLICATIONS rClR REGI5TRII'l'ION, INCLUDING IIPpr,I C/\'[IONS
FOR CERTlnClITiOS OR CARDS OF IDENTITY, OR CARDS
ISSUED l"OR BORDER CROSSING PURPOSES,
- - REGTST1V\'!'TON APPLICi\TIONS
· ,·l\I,L PHI LI Pl'lNf; PASSPORT R!!:CORDS
--LOOK-OUT (.'l\SES
-POSSIBLE LOSS, NON-l\CQUISITJON, NON-RETENTION.
DENIALS, LIM1TA'I'IONS, REVOCATIONS, QUBSTIONABLE
CI'fIZ8NSJlIP ETC, (NI'l'1I ATTACHBD FILES)
UNCLASSIFIED
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UNCLASSIFIED
• FRAUDULENT CJ:'fI ZENSHll' OR CJI.SES JNVOLVING
F'Rl\TJDUJ.J-EN'f USE OF PASS E'ORT
• ·OUTSTANDING
CLASSIFIED
·1. BEING
1\ r,niTJNG 017 1'118 PRINARY lJOcurvmNTs OEING BLH·lINATED
F'OLLO\'lS:
- -RUUTINE !?t\SSl'ORT l\PPt .. lCA'l'lONS FOR NATIVE BORN Cl'l'lX,gNS
(lVITII OR l'JJ:1'HOU1' BIRTII CSRTU'lCl\l'l':S OR PIiOTOSTlIl'lC
CO!'U:S OF BIRTH CERTIFICATES
· -\lOUn,'E RENEvll\L l\PPLICA'I'lONS
• • ROUTINE: l\PPLIChTlONS FOR PASSrOR1'S ['OR Ni';TrVE BORN
CITIZENS VJHER£ PREVIOUS PASSPORT USED AS EVIDENCB
UNCLM1SI1"IBD
S'l'J\TE 0361·16
-cormr::SPONDENCE OF NON-CITIZENSHIP" NATURE
SHEETS 8EFORE 1969,
5. STA'l'U!-J.
RECORns DATING FROM 1,PR1L 1925 THROUGfi NOVEHBER 1961 lllWE
BEEN PURGED, l'BE PROJBCT STAPP IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON
OECSl'1BER 1961 - 1965. THE FILE
PURGE PNOJEC"l' WILL, THROUGH YSI\.R 1 %8' S RECOHDS.
POS'l'S SHOU! .. D 8E J\\1l\.RE: '!'HAT PASSPOl('l' APPLICATIONS _LIS'!'[!;D
1 DATING l--ROI1 bPRIJ., J.925 THROUGH NOVEMBER 1961 NO
LONGER EXIST. RECORDS DATED r-d!1'BR 1968 NILL BE RETAINED
UNDER TilE CURRI'N'J' lS/:,O-YEAR DISPOSAL SCHEDUl"E, I\!,L
1925 1. 966 RECORDS IN PARA 3 ABOVE {l}XLl; CONTiNUE
TO BE lIVbIL"m,E UPON REQUEST, SHULTZ
UNCLASSTFIED
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UNCLASSIFIED
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