The U. S. Navy has assigned a file number to Republican Presidential Candidate Andy Martin’s Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”) proceeding involving the attack on Osama bin Laden. The full message from the Navy appears below.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Republican Presidential Candidate Andy Martin says that in the wake of all of the corrections and misrepresentations made by Obama & Co. to describe the attack on Osama bin Laden, a complete release of all relevant information, including photographs, medical evidence and White House documents, is essential to maintaining public confidence.
“While I am overjoyed that we got Osama bin Laden,” Martin says. “I am afraid that due to President Obama’s hesitation and incompetence we may have squandered an even greater opportunity to strike a mortal blow at al-Qaeda. I am searching for the truth and working to find the facts about why Obama wasted a great opportunity to win a decisive victory in the war on terror.”
The U. S. Navy’s response follows:
Subject: YOUR FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT CASE DON 2011F051251
Date: 5/6/2011 10:05:41 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time
Dear Mr. Martin:
SUBJECT: YOUR FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT CASE DON 2011F051251
Thank you for your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. Your request was received in our office on May 3, 2011.
We have determined that the information you are seeking may be maintained by the following officials:
Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command
2000 Trident Way
San Diego, CA 92155-5599
Commander, Naval Air Forces
PO Box 357051
San Diego, CA 92135-7051
Therefore, we are forwarding your requests to those officials for action and direct response to you.
Questions regarding the action that our office has taken during the initial processing of your request may be directed to our FOIA service center (202) 685-0412. For questions regarding the current status of your request, please contact a FOIA Coordinator at NAVSPECWARCOM directly at (619) 537-1992 or at CNAF at (619) 545-2796.
Head, DON PA/FOIA Policy Branch