A lawsuit was filed against the Department of Justice on records of an investigation of the shooting of a woman who failed to heed warnings from law enforcement reports the Washington Post, who also has a request for the records.
The records appear to have been created by the United States Attorney's Office - their FOIA responses are handled by the Executive Office for United States Attorneys (EOUSA). Even though this office has had FOIA problems for years, to my knowledge, Congress has never had any hearings into the structure of the office and its FOIA administration. I believe that, in its oversight role, Congress should really delve into this office and also should have the GAO conduct an investigation of its FOIA program. This may help ease lawsuits in the future.