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Delorme v. EOUSA, No. 12-0535, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 7672 (D.D.C. Jan. 18, 2013) (Huvelle, J.)

Friday, January 18, 2013
Re: First party request for records on self and criminal case; EOUSA filed supplemental declaration as directed by court because plaintiff claimed that he did not receive two discs Disposition: Granting EOUSA's motion for summary judgment
  • Adequacy of Search: The court notes that EOUSA's declarant "'confirmed with the FBI that the discs were included in EOUSA's referral of documents to the FBI for a direct response to plaintiff." The court now grants the motion for summary judgment, noting that it had previously decided that EOUSA was entitled to summary judgment on the adequacy of the search. The court notes that "[n]othing in the instant record suggests that EOUSA's referral of the discs to the FBI was improper or unreasonable."
Adequacy of Search
District Court
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