The Blog of the Legal Times has this article on a lawsuit recently filed by lawyers for Louisiana Death row inmate Rogers Lacaze -- the interesting thing is that this lawsuit isn't for records on Lacaze. The request is for records on an accomplice of Lacaze. The FBI responded to the request with a glomar denial (can't confirm or deny that records exist). Lacaze's counsel than filed an administrative appeal stating that the public interest in the records overrides any personal privacy in the records. This will be what the case boils down to: Is there a public interest in records pertaining to a third party that may assist someone on death row (and the publics interest in finding out if the right person has been convicted) that overrides the third parties privacy interests.