Krocka v. Exec. Office for U.S. Attorneys (D.D.C.) -- (1) reserving decision on whether agency performed adequate search for criminal records concerning plaintiff, because agency failed to “say the ‘magic words’ that it “searched all locations likely to contain responsive documents”; (2) finding that agency properly withheld records pursuant to Exemptions 3 (FRCrP 6(e)); 5 (attorney work-product); 7(C), and 7(D),
Brick v. DOJ (D.D.C.) -- ruling that FBI properly withheld records concerning Eleanor Roosevelt’s travel to Soviet Union pursuant to Exemption 3 (Nat’l Sec. Act of 1947) and Exemption 7(E).
Stein v. SEC (D.D.C.) — finding that SEC performed adequate search for records concerning plaintiff and that its reliance on Exemption 7(A) was proper because plaintiff’s criminal and civil cases were on appeal.
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