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Five frustrations of dealing with the Bureau of Prisons


Five frustrations of dealing with the Bureau of Prisons: - [] - It’s not like the BOP is the worst federal FOIA agency. There are plenty of contenders for the prize and BOP’s annual FOIA report numbers aren’t really stand-outs. But peer-group mediocrity shouldn’t be the best metric we have for determining the usefulness and success of our FOIA offices.

In a year when criminal justice reform as a hot talking point threatens to be engulfed in electoral hysteria, each stalled FOIA request is a new frustration. Here's five of the biggest headaches.

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