Monday, April 25, 2005

Michael Petrelis Appeal to FBI for Additional Information

April 25, 2005
Director Office of Information and Privacy
U.S. Department of Justice
Flag Building, Suite 570
Washington, DC 20530-0001

Re: Freedom of Information Appeal, FOIPA No. 1001866-00

Dear Sir or Madam:

I have received the twenty pages of documents on President George W. Bush sent to me earlier this month from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

However, I am appealing your decision to release only twenty pages of the FBI's dossier on President Bush because I believe the Department of Justice has not been fully responsive to my Freedom of Information Act request for all of his FBI file.

Frankly, I can't accept that the FBI has only twenty pages of files on President Bush.

In my original FOIA request of July 3, 2004, I ask for the FBI's entire file on President Bush and it is my belief that the agency has more than twenty pages on him in the archives.

I don't think the FBI has adequately searched its voluminous records at headquarters in Washington, DC, and all of the field offices in Texas, especially for the years when George W. Bush was governor of the state.

Therefore, I formally request that the FBI again search all of its archives, including records held at all FBI offices in Texas, for more documents on George W. Bush and that all of the documents and files located be released to me under the provisions of FOIA.

I am requesting the President Bush FBI files for personal use and the documents will not be used for commercial purposes.

A prompt reply is requested.

Michael Petrelis
132 Clinton Park, #1
San Francisco, CA 94103

Mouth Wide Shut
By MICHAEL PETRELIS April 25, 2005

FOIA Proof
October 1, 2004


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