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U.S. Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation Washington, D.C. 20535 December 1, 2016 MR. ADAM J. RAPPAPORT CITIZENS FOR RESPONSIBILITY AND ETHICS IN WASHINGTON (CREW) 6TH FLOOR 455 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, Oc 20007 FOIPA Request No. 1362302-000 Subject: KALLSTROM, JAMES Dear Mr. Rappaport ‘This acknowledges receipt of your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request tothe FBI. The FOIPA number listed above has been assigned to your request ‘You have requested records concerning one or more third party individuals. The FBI recognizes an important privacy interest in the requested information. You may receive greater access to these records {hey exist by providing one ofthe folowing: (1) an authorization and consent from the indiedualfs) (re {express authorization and consent of the third party); (2) proof of death (ie. proat that your subject Is: deceased), or (3) ajustiication thatthe public interest in disclosure outweighs personal privacy 6.2 clear demonstration that the public interest in disclosure outweighs personal privacy interests) Inthe absence of ‘such information, the FBI can neither confim nor deny the existence of any records responsive to your ‘equest which, if they were to exist, would be exempt from disclosure pursuant to FOIA Exemptions (b)6) and (ONC), § U.S.C. §§ 552 (b)(6) and (6\7\C). ress authorization and consent. If you seek disclosure of any existing records on this basis, enclosed s @ Ceriication of dant form. You may make addtional copies ofthis form Ifyou are requesting information on more than one individual. "The subject of your request should complet this form and then sigh Alternatively, the subject may prepare a document containing the required descriptive data and have t Notarized. The original certification of identity or notarized authorization wth the descriptive information must contain a legible, original signature before FE can conduct an accurate search of our records, Proof ofdeath. Ifyou seek disclosure of any existing records on this basis, proof of death can be a copy of a death certificate, Social Secunty Death Index, obituary, or another recognized reference source Death is presumed if the birth date ofthe subject is more than 100 years ago, Public Interest Disciosure, If you seek disclosure of any existing records on this basis, you must ‘demonstrate thal the public interest in disclosure outweighs personal privacy interests. In this regard, you ‘must show thatthe public interest sought f a significant one, and thatthe requested information s ely 10 ‘advance that interest Fax your request to the Work Process Unit at (540) 888-4997, or mail to 170 Marcel Drive, Winchester, VA 22602. If we do not receive a response from you within 30 days from the date ofthis letter, your raquest willbe closed, You must nce the FOIPA request number with any communication regardtg this matter. For your information, Congress excluded three aiscrete categories of law enforcement and national Security records from the requirements ofthe FOIA. See 5 U.S.C. §552(c). As such, this response felted to those records, if any exist, that ae subjectto the FOIA. Ths isa standard notiicaton thats given foal Out ‘equesters and should not be taken as an indication that excluded records do, or do not. exist, You may fle an appeal by wring tothe Director, Office of Information Policy (OIP), United States ray af lstce, Sute 11050, 1425 New York Averwue, NW, Washington, O.C. 20890-00GT onan {Tay Submit an appeal through O1P's FOiAonine portal by creating an account onthe following we, Sie, hibsultoiaontine regulations qovolaecton/ublidhome. Your appeal must be postrerken or Jou sepa transmited wrth ninety (60) days rom te dale otis letter nordar to bs considered wnely._ I }Gy Submit your appeal by mail both the latter and the envelope should be clearly marked -treeaor cash nal APPeal”” Pease cto the FOIPA Request Number assigned to your fequost so hat lay be easly identified ‘Youmay seek dispute resolution services by contacting the Ofice of Government Information Sannes (OGIS) at 877-684-6448, or by emaling oais@inara.gov. Aernatvely, youmey conertns FBI's FOIA Public Liaison by emailing foipaquestions@ic fB.gov. Ifyou submit your Sprespendence by email the subject heading should cleary state ‘Dispute Resolution Sense’ Please ‘80 cite the FOIPA Request Number assigned to your request so that it may be easly ldentiod Fr questions on how to reasonably describe your request, please email us at ‘Seeuestons@ic fo.gov. You may also sit www foLaoy and select “Services” “Records Management ‘and "Freedom of Information/Privacy Aet'for additional guidance Enclosed for your information isa copy ofthe FBI Fact Sheet and a copy ofthe Explanation of Exemptions, Sincerely, Shul4 David M. Hardy Section Chief, Recordinformation Dissemination Section Records Management Division Enclosure(s)