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Central Intelligence Agency

09 SEP 1992 (date stamp)

Washington. D.C. 20505

Mr. Eric D. Nakao
P.O. Box
Rockefeller Center Station
New York, New York 10185

Reference: P92-1609

Dear Mr. Nakao:

This acknowledges receipt of your letter dated 28 August 1992 wherein you requested information about yourself. For identification purposes we have assigned your request the number referenced above.

We have accepted your request; it will be processed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552, as amended, and the Privacy Act of 1974, 5 U.S.C. 552a. Our search will be for documents in existence as of and through the date of this acceptance letter. No fees will be charged.

The heavy volume of FOIA requests received by the Agency has created delays in processing. Since we cannot respond within the 10 working days stipulated by the FOIA, you have the right to consider this a denial and may appeal to the CIA Information Review Committee. It would seem more reasonable, however, to have us continue processing your request and respond as soon as we can. You can appeal any denial of records at that time. Unless we hear from you otherwise, we will assume that you agree, and we will proceed on this basis.

Sincerely,

John H. Wright
Information and Privacy Coordinator

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Central Intelligence Agency

Washington D.C. 20505

03 NOV 1992 (date stamp)

Mr. Eric D. Nakao
P.O. Box
Rockefeller Center Station
New York, New York 10185

Reference: P92-1609

Dear Mr. Nakao:

This is the final response to your request for information on yourself. Your request was processed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act and the Privacy Act. Our processing included a search for records in existence as of and through the date of our acceptance letter dated 9 September 1992.

We were unable to identify any information or record filed under your name. In response to your second question, our records do not reflect that we received any previous request from any individual claiming to be you.

Although our searches were thorough and diligent, and it is highly unlikely that repeating those searches would change the result, you nevertheless have the legal right to appeal the finding of no records responsive to your request. Should you choose to do so, you may address your appeal to the CIA Information Review Committee, in my care, and you should explain the basis of your appeal.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during the period required to process your request.

Sincerely,

John H. Wright
Information and Privacy Coordinator


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