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12-1332 - COMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND GOVERNMENT REFORM, UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES v. LYNCH


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12-1332 - COMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND GOVERNMENT REFORM, UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES v. LYNCH
September 30, 2013
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MEMORANDUM OPINION. Signed by Judge Amy Berman Jackson on 9/30/13. (DMK)
January 19, 2016
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MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER granting in part and denying in part plaintiff's motion to compel 103. It is ORDERED that plaintiff's motion to compel is GRANTED insofar as it calls for the production of documents responsive to the October 11, 2011 subpoena that concern the Department of Justice's response to congressional and media inquiries into Operation Fast and Furious which were withheld on deliberative process privilege grounds, and it is GRANTED with respect to the nine documents for which no justification for the invocation of the privilege has been provided: document numbers 9087, 883, 6592, 6594, 7038, 7987, 8002, 9685, and 14768. In all other respects, it is DENIED. Records subject to this order shall be produced to plaintiff by February 2, 2016. It is further ORDERED that by February 2, 2016, defendant shall produce to plaintiff all segregable portions of any records withheld in full or in part on the grounds that they contain attorney-client privileged material, attorney work product, private information, law enforcement sensitive material, or foreign policy sensitive material. Whether any additional records or portions of records are to be produced is a matter to be resolved between the parties themselves. Finally, it is further ORDERED that the parties shall file a notice by February 2, 2016 setting forth their joint position (or separate positions if they cannot agree) on whether, in light of this order resolving all of the pending issues in the case, the case should now be dismissed as moot, and if not, how the Court should proceed. See Memorandum Opinion and Order for details. Signed by Judge Amy Berman Jackson on 1/19/16. (DMK)