Gerald D. Armstrong
Law Offices of Flynn & Joyce
400 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02210
Dear Mr. Armstrong:
This is in further response to your Freedom of Information - Privacy
Acts request for information concerning yourself.
A search of the indices to the central records system in the Boston
Office of the FBI discloses one main investigative file responsive to your
request. Enclosed are copies of fifteen pages from this file. Excisions
have been made and five pages withheld in their entirety in order to protect
material exempt from disclosure by Title 5, United States Code, Section 552
(j) (2) Material reporting investigative efforts pertaining
to the enforcement of criminal law including efforts
to prevent, control, or reduce crime or apprehand
criminals, except records of arrest.
(b) (7) Investigatory records compiled for law enforcement
purposes, the disclosure of which would:
(C) Constitute an unwarranted invasion of the
personal privacy of another person.
(D) Reveal the identity of an individual who has
furnished information to the FBI under
confidential circumstances or reveal information
furnished only by such a person and not
apparently known to the public or otherwise
accessible to the FBI by overt means.
If you desire, you may submit an appeal from any denial contained
herein. Appeals should be directed in writing to the Assistant Attorney
General, Office of Legal Policy (Attention: Office of Information and Privacy),
United States Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. 20530, within thirty days
from receipt of this letter. The envelope and the letter should be clearly
marked "Freedom of Information Appeal." Please cite the name of the office to
which your original request was directed.