It's been a busy week for both the FOIA and myself. I missed blogging about a number of FOIA happenings, so I am giving a summary of them here.
Law.com reports that the CIA was allowed to continued to withhold documents about its enhance interrogation techniques.
The Associated Press has an article in which the FBI claims it didn't edit the tapes it recently released of the explosion of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
The Department of Justice was ordered to release portions of former Vice President Cheney's interview about the Plame case. The case was brought by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington ("CREW") [ed. note - I do legal work for CREW, but didn't participate in this matter] and the DOJ's main argument was it would hamper future White House cooperation with investigations. The Court ruled this was much too vague of a reason to withhold the documents. The Washington Post has more.