American Oversight and the ACLU of Massachusetts filed a brief today in support of an ongoing lawsuit against ICE for the release of records concerning the prosecution of a Massachusetts state judge, including the emails and text messages of seven senior agency officials.
Records released by Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Bureau of Prisons, the Transportation Security Administration, U.S. Marshals Service, and the U.S. Secret Service in response to American Oversight’s request for all records reflecting any screening or testing for coronavirus infection of federal agents responding to police brutality protests.
Records released by the Department of Homeland Security in response to American Oversight’s request seeking records related to border wall crowdfunding efforts by the American Border Foundation, its FundTheWall project, and the National Sheriffs’ Association.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security stated that it had no records responsive to American Oversight's request for top officials’ sent email communications with White House or National Security Council officials regarding Title 42.
The U.S. Secret Service stated that it had no records responsive to American Oversight's request for documents related to providing security to Rudy Giuliani and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton at the march and rally on Jan. 6, 2021. This agency response includes a presentation.
“The Presidential Records Act is critical to our democracy, in which the government is held accountable by the people,” Archivist of the United States David Ferriero said earlier this week. “Records matter.”
Records released by the Department of Homeland Security in response to American Oversight’s request for call logs from Jan. 6, 2021. American Oversight seeks these records in light of news reports that President Donald Trump initially denied a deployment request to send the D.C. National Guard to respond to a riot at the Capitol Building.
Records released by the Department of Homeland Security in response to American Oversight’s request for legal analyses regarding the naturalization ceremony shown at the Republican National Convention.