Thursday, December 30, 2010

FOIA Request, "The CIO News"

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Thu, Dec 30, 2010 11:06 pm
Subject: FOIA Request -- "The CIO News"

Dec. 30, 2010

Dear FBI Records Section:

This email is a request under the Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts.

I request a complete and thorough search of all filing systems and locations for all records maintained by your agency pertaining to and/or captioned:

The CIO News

This trade union newspaper was founded in 1937 in Washington, DC, by the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO).It published regularly until the mid-1950s, when its name changed. Please send all available records on The CIO News.

This request specifically includes where appropriate "main" files and "see references," including but not limited to numbered and lettered sub files and control files. I also request a search of the Electronic Surveillance (ELSUR) Index, or any similar technique for locating records of electronic surveillance. I request that all records be produced with the administrative pages. I wish to be sent copies of "see reference" cards, abstracts, search slips, including search slips used to process this request, file covers, multiple copies of the same documents if they appear in a file, tapes of any electronic surveillance, photographs, and logs of physical surveillance (FISUR). Please place missing documents on "special locate."

Please provide the material to me in an electronic form on CD-ROM.

Ivan Greenberg, Ph.D.

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