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MR.ERIK LARSON

U.S.Department of Justice

FederalBureau of Investigation

lVashington,D.C. 2053 5

October21,2010

FOIPARequest No.: 1141552-

000

Subject:SEPTEMBER

I 1, 2001

PEI.ITAGONWRECKAGE

DearMr. Larson:

In responseto yourFreedom of Information/Privacy

Acts (FOIPA) request five DVD's have been

previouslyforwarded to youas responsivematerial for a portionof ltemNo. 4 of yourRequest Letter.

Theadditional

material you requested

(Request Letter ltem 1, ltem2, ltem3 andthe remaining

pointsof ltem4) is locatedin an investigativefile which is exemptfrom disclosure

pursuant to 5 U.S.C. g

552(b)(7XA).

5 U.S.C. S 552(b)(7)(A)

exempts from disclosure:

recordsor informationcompiled for lawenforcement

purposes, but only

to the extentthat the productionof suchlaw enforcement

records or

information...

could reasonably be expectedto interferewith

enforcement

proceedings ...

In applyingthis exemption, I have determined that the recordsresponsive to yourrequest are law

enforcementrecords; that there is a pendingor prospectivelaw enforcement proceeding relevant to these

responsiverecords; and that release of the informationcontained in theseresponsive records could

reasonablybe expectedto interferewith the enforcementproceedings. For a furtherexplanation of this

exemption,

see enclosed Explanation

of ExemptionsForm.

Youmay file an appealby writingto the Director,Office of InformationPolicy (OlP), U.S.

Department

of Justice,1425 New York Ave., NW Suite11050, Washington,

D.C. 20530-0001. Your

appealmust be receivedby OIPwithin sixty (60) days from the dateof thisletter in orderto be considered

timely.The envelope and the lettershould be clearlymarked "Freedom of InformationAppeal." Please cite

the FOIPARequest Number assigned to yourrequest so thatit maybe identifiedeasily.

Enclosedfor yourinformation is a copyof the FBIFile Fact Sheet.

Enclosure

Verytruly yours,

@

DavidM. Hardy SectionChief, Record/lnformation DisseminationSection RecordsManagement Division