Raphael Sanchez and Jonathan Love e-mails

Matthew Hoppock filed this request with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement of the United States of America.
Due July 29, 2020
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From: Matthew Hoppock


To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

1. All e-mail messages between former ICE Trial Attorney Jonathan M. Love and former ICE Attorney Raphael Sanchez from January 1, 2015 to February 19, 2018, including e-mail messages from Sanchez to Love, from Love to Sanchez, from Love to a third party where Sanchez is copied as a "carbon copy" or "blind carbon copy," and Sanchez to a third party where Love is copied as a "carbon copy" or "blind carbon copy."

2. Any e-mail messages from the ICE e-mail address for Jonathan M. Love in which the following e-mail address is the recipient, either directly or by "carbon copy" or "blind carbon copy": "Raphael_Sanchez@yahoo.com"

3. The results of any ICE OPR investigation into Raphael Sanchez and/or Jonathan Love.

PLEASE NOTE THAT A THIRD PARTY AUTHORIZATION FORM IS NOT NECESSARY, BECAUSE NEITHER PERSON IS EMPLOYEED BY ICE ANY LONGER.

I previously submitted a request for these records in 2018 (2018-ICFO-20118). On appeal (2018-ICAP-00282) the records were withheld because there was an ongoing investigation into both individuals at ICE OPR and because Raphael Sanchez had pleaded
guilty in the criminal matter related to his theft of immigrants' identities but had not yet been sentenced. I understand that investigation at OPR is now completed.

To clarify my request, I seek all responsive records regardless of format, medium, or physical characteristics. In conducting the search, please understand the terms “record,” “document,” and “information” in their broadest sense, to include any written, typed, recorded, graphic, printed, or audio material of any kind. We seek records of any kind, including electronic records, audiotapes, videotapes, and photographs, as well as letters, emails, facsimiles, telephone messages, voice mail messages and transcripts, notes, or minutes of any meetings, telephone conversations or discussions. My request includes any attachments to these records, including e-mail attachments. No category of material should be omitted from search, collection, and production.

Please search all records regarding agency business. You may not exclude searches of files or emails in the personal custody of your officials, such as personal email accounts. Records of official business conducted using unofficial systems or stored outside of official files is subject to the Federal Records Act and FOIA. See Competitive Enter. Inst. v. Office of Sci. & Tech. Policy, 827 F.3d 145, 149–50 (D.C. Cir. 2016); cf. Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Kerry, 844 F.3d 952, 955–56 (D.C. Cir. 2016).

It is not adequate to rely on policies and procedures that require officials to move such information to official systems within a certain period of time; I exercise and specifically preserve and assert my right to records contained in those files even if material has not yet been moved to official systems or if officials have, through negligence or willfulness, failed to meet their obligations. See Competitive Enter. Inst. v. Office of Sci. & Tech. Policy, No. 14-cv-765, slip op. at 8 (D.D.C. Dec. 12, 2016).

In addition, please note that in conducting a “reasonable search” as required by law, you must employ the most up-to-date technologies and tools available, in addition to searches by individual custodians likely to have responsive information. Recent technology may have rendered the JMD's prior FOIA practices unreasonable. In light of the government-wide requirements to manage information electronically by the end of 2016, it is no longer reasonable to rely exclusively on custodian-driven searches. Presidential Memorandum—Managing Government Records, 76 Fed. Reg. 75,423 (Nov. 28, 2011), https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2011/11/28/presidentialmemorandum-managing-government-records; Office of Mgmt. & Budget, Exec. Office of the President, Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments & Independent Agencies, “Managing Government Records Directive,” M-12-18 (Aug. 24, 2012), https://www.archives.gov/files/records-mgmt/m-12-18.pdf.

Furthermore, agencies that have adopted the National Archives and Records Agency (NARA) Capstone program, or similar policies, now maintain emails in a form that is reasonably likely to be more complete than individual custodians’ files. For example, a custodian may have deleted a responsive email from his or her email program, but the JMD's archiving tools would capture that email under Capstone. Accordingly, I insist that the ICE use the most up-to-date technologies to search for responsive information and take steps to ensure that the most complete repositories of information are searched. I am available to work with you to craft appropriate search terms.

If it is your position that any portion of the requested records is exempt from disclosure, I request that you provide an index of those documents as required under Vaughn v. Rosen, 484 F.2d 820 (D.C. Cir. 1973), cert. denied, 415 U.S. 977 (1974). The index must describe each document claimed as exempt with sufficient specificity “to permit a reasoned judgment as to whether the material is actually exempt under FOIA.” Founding Church of Scientology v. Bell, 603 F.2d 945, 949 (D.C. Cir. 1979). Moreover, the index “must describe each document or portion thereof withheld, and for each withholding it must discuss the consequences of disclosing the sought-after information.” King v. U.S. Dep’t of Justice, 830 F.2d 210, 223–24 (D.C. Cir. 1987). Further, “the withholding agency must supply ‘a relatively detailed justification, specifically identifying the reasons why a particular exemption is relevant and correlating those claims with the particular part of a withheld document to which they apply.’” Id. at 224 (citing Mead Data Central, Inc. v. U.S. Dep’t of the Air Force, 566 F.2d 242, 251 (D.C. Cir. 1977)).

In the event some portions of the requested records are properly exempt from disclosure, please disclose any reasonably segregable non-exempt portions of the requested records. If it is your position that a record contains non-exempt segments, but that those non-exempt segments are so dispersed throughout the document as to make segregation impossible, please state what portion of the document is non-exempt, and how the material is dispersed throughout the document. Mead Data Central, 566 F.2d at 261. Claims of nonsegregability must be made with the same degree of detail as required for claims of exemptions in a Vaughn index. If a request is denied in whole, please state specifically that it is not reasonable to segregate portions of the record for release.

You should institute a preservation hold on information responsive to this request. I intend to pursue all legal avenues to enforce my right of access under the FOIA, including prompt litigation if that becomes necessary. Accordingly, ICE is on notice that litigation is reasonably foreseeable. To ensure that this request is properly construed, that searches are conducted in an adequate but efficient manner, and that extraneous costs are not incurred, I welcome an opportunity to discuss this request with you before you undertake your search or incur search or duplication costs. By working together at the outset, we can decrease the likelihood of costly and time-consuming litigation in the future. If it will accelerate release of responsive records to me, please also provide responsive material on a rolling basis.

Fee Waiver Request:
In accordance with 5 U.S.C. § 552(a)(4)(A)(iii) and 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k), I request a waiver of fees associated with processing this request for records. The subject of this request concerns the operations of the federal government and misconduct by ICE trial attorneys which significantly harmed immigrants in removal proceedings. The disclosures will likely contribute to a better understanding of relevant government procedures by the general public in a significant way. 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(1)(i). I am writing a story on this subject and need these records to complete my reporting.

Moreover, the request is entirely and fundamentally for non-commercial purposes. 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(1)(ii).

I request a waiver of fees because disclosure of the requested information is “in the public interest because it is likely to contribute significantly to public understanding of the operations or activities of the government.” 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(1)(i); see also 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(2)(i)-(iv). Understanding how ICE has handled the investigation into these individuals is of grave national importance.

I am also a member of the news media and have written and researched immigration court practice and procedures, and I request that all search and production fees be waived due to my news media status. See e.g. https://www.law360.com/articles/1050952/foia-documents-shed-light-on-eoir-case-management (referencing my writing and research on docketing procedure changes); https://www.aila.org/infonet/eoir-foia-response-no-dark-courtrooms-policy (same); https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/scanning-immigrants-old-fingerprints-us-threatens-to-strip-thousands-of-citizenship/2018/06/13/2230d8a2-6f2e-11e8-afd5-778aca903bbe_story.html?utm_term=.c59c400f0ef7 (referencing my research and writing on denaturalization procedures); https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/us-may-strip-citizenship-cheats-of-their-passports-lwt7kddq0 (same); http://www.recorder.com/US-goes-after-naturalized-immigrants-with-criminal-records-18780878 (same). I am quoted in a number of the articles listed above and intend to use the documents and information received in response to this request to share with the public and to write related news articles about immigration enforcement efforts.

Finally, I am requesting that the processing of this request be expedited. Note that I originally requested these records in early 2018. The issue is of grave national importance as outlined above, and immigrants will continue to be harmed by the misuse of their information by ICE trial attorneys if it does not stop.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Matthew Hoppock

From: Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Submitted on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 23:20
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By initialing here you are providing your electronic signature.:
Please describe the records you are seeking as clearly and precisely as
possible:
To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following
records:

1. All e-mail messages between former ICE Trial Attorney Jonathan M. Love and
former ICE Attorney Raphael Sanchez from January 1, 2015 to February 19,
2018, including e-mail messages from Sanchez to Love, from Love to Sanchez,
from Love to a third party where Sanchez is copied as a "carbon copy" or
"blind carbon copy," and Sanchez to a third party where Love is copied as a
"carbon copy" or "blind carbon copy."

2. Any e-mail messages from the ICE e-mail address for Jonathan M. Love in
which the following e-mail address is the recipient, either directly or by
"carbon copy" or "blind carbon copy": "Raphael_Sanchez@yahoo.com"

3. The results of any ICE OPR investigation into Raphael Sanchez and/or
Jonathan Love.

PLEASE NOTE THAT A THIRD PARTY AUTHORIZATION FORM IS NOT NECESSARY, BECAUSE
NEITHER PERSON IS EMPLOYEED BY ICE ANY LONGER.

I previously submitted a request for these records in 2018 (2018-ICFO-20118).
On appeal (2018-ICAP-00282) the records were withheld because there was an
ongoing investigation into both individuals at ICE OPR and because Raphael
Sanchez had pleaded
guilty in the criminal matter related to his theft of immigrants' identities
but had not yet been sentenced. I understand that investigation at OPR is now
completed.

To clarify my request, I seek all responsive records regardless of format,
medium, or physical characteristics. In conducting the search, please
understand the terms “record,” “document,” and “information” in
their broadest sense, to include any written, typed, recorded, graphic,
printed, or audio material of any kind. We seek records of any kind,
including electronic records, audiotapes, videotapes, and photographs, as
well as letters, emails, facsimiles, telephone messages, voice mail messages
and transcripts, notes, or minutes of any meetings, telephone conversations
or discussions. My request includes any attachments to these records,
including e-mail attachments. No category of material should be omitted from
search, collection, and production.

Please search all records regarding agency business. You may not exclude
searches of files or emails in the personal custody of your officials, such
as personal email accounts. Records of official business conducted using
unofficial systems or stored outside of official files is subject to the
Federal Records Act and FOIA. See Competitive Enter. Inst. v. Office of Sci.
& Tech. Policy, 827 F.3d 145, 149–50 (D.C. Cir. 2016); cf. Judicial Watch,
Inc. v. Kerry, 844 F.3d 952, 955–56 (D.C. Cir. 2016).

It is not adequate to rely on policies and procedures that require officials
to move such information to official systems within a certain period of time;
I exercise and specifically preserve and assert my right to records contained
in those files even if material has not yet been moved to official systems or
if officials have, through negligence or willfulness, failed to meet their
obligations. See Competitive Enter. Inst. v. Office of Sci. & Tech. Policy,
No. 14-cv-765, slip op. at 8 (D.D.C. Dec. 12, 2016).

In addition, please note that in conducting a “reasonable search” as
required by law, you must employ the most up-to-date technologies and tools
available, in addition to searches by individual custodians likely to have
responsive information. Recent technology may have rendered the JMD's prior
FOIA practices unreasonable. In light of the government-wide requirements to
manage information electronically by the end of 2016, it is no longer
reasonable to rely exclusively on custodian-driven searches. Presidential
Memorandum—Managing Government Records, 76 Fed. Reg. 75,423 (Nov. 28,
2011),
https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2011/11/28/presidentialmemorandum-managing-government-records;
Office of Mgmt. & Budget, Exec. Office of the President, Memorandum for the
Heads of Executive Departments & Independent Agencies, “Managing Government
Records Directive,” M-12-18 (Aug. 24, 2012),
https://www.archives.gov/files/records-mgmt/m-12-18.pdf.

Furthermore, agencies that have adopted the National Archives and Records
Agency (NARA) Capstone program, or similar policies, now maintain emails in a
form that is reasonably likely to be more complete than individual
custodians’ files. For example, a custodian may have deleted a responsive
email from his or her email program, but the JMD's archiving tools would
capture that email under Capstone. Accordingly, I insist that the ICE use the
most up-to-date technologies to search for responsive information and take
steps to ensure that the most complete repositories of information are
searched. I am available to work with you to craft appropriate search terms.

If it is your position that any portion of the requested records is exempt
from disclosure, I request that you provide an index of those documents as
required under Vaughn v. Rosen, 484 F.2d 820 (D.C. Cir. 1973), cert. denied,
415 U.S. 977 (1974). The index must describe each document claimed as exempt
with sufficient specificity “to permit a reasoned judgment as to whether
the material is actually exempt under FOIA.” Founding Church of Scientology
v. Bell, 603 F.2d 945, 949 (D.C. Cir. 1979). Moreover, the index “must
describe each document or portion thereof withheld, and for each withholding
it must discuss the consequences of disclosing the sought-after
information.” King v. U.S. Dep’t of Justice, 830 F.2d 210, 223–24 (D.C.
Cir. 1987). Further, “the withholding agency must supply ‘a relatively
detailed justification, specifically identifying the reasons why a particular
exemption is relevant and correlating those claims with the particular part
of a withheld document to which they apply.’” Id. at 224 (citing Mead
Data Central, Inc. v. U.S. Dep’t of the Air Force, 566 F.2d 242, 251 (D.C.
Cir. 1977)).

In the event some portions of the requested records are properly exempt from
disclosure, please disclose any reasonably segregable non-exempt portions of
the requested records. If it is your position that a record contains
non-exempt segments, but that those non-exempt segments are so dispersed
throughout the document as to make segregation impossible, please state what
portion of the document is non-exempt, and how the material is dispersed
throughout the document. Mead Data Central, 566 F.2d at 261. Claims of
nonsegregability must be made with the same degree of detail as required for
claims of exemptions in a Vaughn index. If a request is denied in whole,
please state specifically that it is not reasonable to segregate portions of
the record for release.

You should institute a preservation hold on information responsive to this
request. I intend to pursue all legal avenues to enforce my right of access
under the FOIA, including prompt litigation if that becomes necessary.
Accordingly, ICE is on notice that litigation is reasonably foreseeable. To
ensure that this request is properly construed, that searches are conducted
in an adequate but efficient manner, and that extraneous costs are not
incurred, I welcome an opportunity to discuss this request with you before
you undertake your search or incur search or duplication costs. By working
together at the outset, we can decrease the likelihood of costly and
time-consuming litigation in the future. If it will accelerate release of
responsive records to me, please also provide responsive material on a
rolling basis.

Fee Waiver Request:
In accordance with 5 U.S.C. § 552(a)(4)(A)(iii) and 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k), I
request a waiver of fees associated with processing this request for records.
The subject of this request concerns the operations of the federal government
and misconduct by ICE trial attorneys which significantly harmed immigrants
in removal proceedings. The disclosures will likely contribute to a better
understanding of relevant government procedures by the general public in a
significant way. 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(1)(i). I am writing a story on this
subject and need these records to complete my reporting.

Moreover, the request is entirely and fundamentally for non-commercial
purposes. 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(1)(ii).

I request a waiver of fees because disclosure of the requested information is
“in the public interest because it is likely to contribute significantly to
public understanding of the operations or activities of the government.” 6
C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(1)(i); see also 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(2)(i)-(iv).
Understanding how ICE has handled the investigation into these individuals is
of grave national importance.

I am also a member of the news media and have written and researched
immigration court practice and procedures, and I request that all search and
production fees be waived due to my news media status. See e.g.
https://www.law360.com/articles/1050952/foia-documents-shed-light-on-eoir-case-management
(referencing my writing and research on docketing procedure changes);
https://www.aila.org/infonet/eoir-foia-response-no-dark-courtrooms-policy
(same);
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/scanning-immigrants-old-fingerprints-us-threatens-to-strip-thousands-of-citizenship/2018/06/13/2230d8a2-6f2e-11e8-afd5-778aca903bbe_story.html?utm_term=.c59c400f0ef7
(referencing my research and writing on denaturalization procedures);
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/us-may-strip-citizenship-cheats-of-their-passports-lwt7kddq0
(same);
http://www.recorder.com/US-goes-after-naturalized-immigrants-with-criminal-records-18780878
(same). I am quoted in a number of the articles listed above and intend to
use the documents and information received in response to this request to
share with the public and to write related news articles about immigration
enforcement efforts.

Finally, I am requesting that the processing of this request be expedited.
Note that I originally requested these records in early 2018. The issue is of
grave national importance as outlined above, and immigrants will continue to
be harmed by the misuse of their information by ICE trial attorneys if it
does not stop.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and
this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me
of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the
request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if
not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look
forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days,
as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Matthew Hoppock

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In accordance with 5 U.S.C. § 552(a)(4)(A)(iii) and 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k), I
request a waiver of fees associated with processing this request for records.
The subject of this request concerns the operations of the federal government
and misconduct by ICE trial attorneys which significantly harmed immigrants
in removal proceedings. The disclosures will likely contribute to a better
understanding of relevant government procedures by the general public in a
significant way. 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(1)(i). I am writing a story on this
subject and need these records to complete my reporting.

Moreover, the request is entirely and fundamentally for non-commercial
purposes. 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(1)(ii).

I request a waiver of fees because disclosure of the requested information is
“in the public interest because it is likely to contribute significantly to
public understanding of the operations or activities of the government.” 6
C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(1)(i); see also 6 C.F.R. § 5.11(k)(2)(i)-(iv).
Understanding how ICE has handled the investigation into these individuals is
of grave national importance.

I am also a member of the news media and have written and researched
immigration court practice and procedures, and I request that all search and
production fees be waived due to my news media status. See e.g.
https://www.law360.com/articles/1050952/foia-documents-shed-light-on-eoir-case-management
(referencing my writing and research on docketing procedure changes);
https://www.aila.org/infonet/eoir-foia-response-no-dark-courtrooms-policy
(same);
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/scanning-immigrants-old-fingerprints-us-threatens-to-strip-thousands-of-citizenship/2018/06/13/2230d8a2-6f2e-11e8-afd5-778aca903bbe_story.html?utm_term=.c59c400f0ef7
(referencing my research and writing on denaturalization procedures);
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/us-may-strip-citizenship-cheats-of-their-passports-lwt7kddq0
(same);
http://www.recorder.com/US-goes-after-naturalized-immigrants-with-criminal-records-18780878
(same). I am quoted in a number of the articles listed above and intend to
use the documents and information received in response to this request to
share with the public and to write related news articles about immigration
enforcement efforts.
Please select and describe in detail if you believe your request warrants
expeditious handling: An impairment of substantial due process rights of the
requester exists.
Please provide information to support your selection: Finally, I am
requesting that the processing of this request be expedited. Note that I
originally requested these records in early 2018. The issue is of grave
national importance as outlined above, and immigrants will continue to be
harmed by the misuse of their information by ICE trial attorneys if it does
not stop.

From: Immigration and Customs Enforcement

July 01, 2020 Matthew Hoppock MuckRock News DEPT MR 97510 411A Highland Ave Somerville, MA 02144 RE:     ICE FOIA Case Number 2020-ICFO-59754 Dear Mr. Hoppock: This acknowledges receipt of your June 30, 2020, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), for seeking several point of records regarding communication between ICE Trial Attorney Jonathan M. Love and former ICE Attorney Raphael Sanchez (please see request for details).  Your request was received in this office on June 30, 2020. Due to the increasing number of FOIA requests received by this office, we may encounter some delay in processing your request. Per Section 5.5(a) of the DHS FOIA regulations, 6 C.F.R. Part 5, ICE processes FOIA requests according to their order of receipt. Although ICE’s goal is to respond within 20 business days of receipt of your request, the FOIA does permit a 10- day extension of this time period. As your request seeks numerous documents that will necessitate a thorough and wide-ranging search, ICE will invoke a 10-day extension for your request, as allowed by Title 5 U.S.C. § 552(a)(6)(B). If you care to narrow the scope of your request, please contact our office. We will make every effort to comply with your request in a timely manner. Provisions of the FOIA allow us to recover part of the cost of complying with your request.  We shall charge you for records in accordance with the DHS Interim FOIA regulations, as they apply to media requesters.  As a media requester, you will be charged 10 cents per page for duplication; the first 100 pages are free.  We will construe the submission of your request as an agreement to pay up to $25.00. You will be contacted before any further fees are accrued. We have queried the appropriate program offices within ICE for responsive records. If any responsive records are located, they will be reviewed for determination of releasability. Please be assured that one of the processors in our office will respond to your request as expeditiously as possible. We appreciate your patience as we proceed with your request.
Your request has been assigned reference number 2020-ICFO-59754. Please refer to this identifier in any future correspondence. To check the status of an ICE FOIA/PA request, please visit . Please note that to check the status of a request, you must enter the 2020-ICFO-59754 tracking number. If you need any further assistance or would like to discuss any aspect of your request, please contact the FOIA office. You may send an e-mail to ice-foia@ice.dhs.gov, call toll free (http://www.dhs.gov/foia-status) http://www.dhs.gov/foia-status (866) 633-1182, or you may contact our FOIA Public Liaison, Fernando Pineiro, in the same manner. Additionally, you have a right to right to seek dispute resolution services from the Office of Government Information Services (OGIS) which mediates disputes between FOIA requesters and Federal agencies as a non-exclusive alternative to litigation. If you are requesting access to your own records (which is considered a Privacy Act request), you should know that OGIS does not have the authority to handle requests made under the Privacy Act of 1974. You may contact OGIS as follows: Office of Government Information Services, National Archives and Records Administration, 8601 Adelphi Road-OGIS, College Park, Maryland 20740-6001, e-mail at ogis@nara.gov; telephone at 202-741-5770; toll free at 1-877-684-6448; or facsimile at 202-741-5769.
Regards,

ICE FOIA Office
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