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Translation Assistance FOIA: Response from OIG
Cover letter dated August 16, 2012 from Katherine Gallo, Assistant Counsel to the Inspector General, to Melissa Crow, American Immigration Council, indicating that 1 page of records was releasable in full, 7 pages were partially releasable, and 1 page was withheld in full under 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(6), (b)(7)(A), and (b)(7)(C). An attachment to the letter indicates that the record withheld is a complaint intake document on an open law enforcement investigation.
Pages 1-3: Records appear to relate to complaint filed by Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) regarding CBP enforcement action in a detention facility in Tacoma, WA against Korean speaker with limited English proficiency.
Page 4: Record appears to relate to CBP enforcement action in Forks, WA.
Pages 5-7: Records appear to relate to complaint by NWIRP regarding alleged wrongful stop and detention without probable cause.
Page 8: Record appears to relate to complaint regarding CBP’s alleged use of coercive tactics.
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