Freedom of the Press Foundation et al v. Department of Justice et al

Filing 68

CLERK'S JUDGMENT re: 67 Memorandum & Opinion in favor of Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Justice, Freedom of the Press Foundation, Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, National Security Agency, Office of the Director of National Intelligence against Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Justice, Freedom of the Press Foundation, Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, National Security Agency, Office of the Director of National I ntelligence. It is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED: That for the reasons stated in the Court's Opinion and Order dated October 9, 2020, the Court has considered all the arguments of the parties. To the extent not specifically discussed, the arguments of the parties are either moot or without merit. The plaintiff's motion for summary judgment with respect to the DOJ-CRIM's disputed redactions of documents under Exemption 5 is granted, but denied in all other respects. T he Government's motion for summary judgment is denied with respect to the DOJ-CRIM's disputed redactions under Exemption 5, but granted in all other respects; accordingly, the case is closed. (Signed by Clerk of Court Ruby Krajick on 10/13/2020) (Attachments: # 1 Right to Appeal) (km)

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Case 1:17-cv-09343-JGK Document 68 Filed 10/13/20 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ------------------------------------------------------------X FREEDOM OF THE PRESS FOUNDATION and KNIGHT FIRST AMENDMENT INSTITUTE AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITYM Plaintiffs, 17 CIVIL 9343 (JGK) JUDGMENT -againstDEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, and OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE, Defendants. -----------------------------------------------------------X It is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED: That for the reasons stated in the Court's Opinion and Order dated October 9, 2020, the Court has considered all the arguments of the parties. To the extent not specifically discussed, the arguments of the parties are either moot or without merit. The plaintiffs motion for summary judgment with respect to the DOJ-CRIM's disputed redactions of documents under Exemption 5 is granted, but denied in all other respects. The Government's motion for summary judgment is denied with respect to the DOJ-CRIM's disputed redactions under Exemption 5, but granted in all other respects; accordingly, the case is closed. Dated: New York, New York October 13, 2020 RUBY J. KRAJICK Clerk of Court BY: ~

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