in good faith. Now, faced with an opinion and order detailing their shortcomings, the Bureau has suddenly discovered, after five years, that the plaintiffs' file has yet to be processed properly.
In short, in asking for an additional six months, the Bureau skips lightly over the history of this litigation. The request is unconscionable and, under any circumstance, unwarranted. Accordingly, it is this 11th day of August, 1981
(1) That with respect to all FBI headquarters documents (main file and see references), the FBI shall, on or before September 8, 1981:
(1) release to the plaintiffs all reasonably segregable material pertaining to plaintiffs and not lawfully classified pursuant to Executive Order 12065 including, but not limited to, unclassified information withheld from plaintiffs because it appears in the same paragraph as classified material; and (2) release to the plaintiffs all material improperly withheld under exemption (b)(2) and (b)(7) (C), as described in Part II of the Memorandum Opinion dated June 10, 1981;
(2) That by October 5, 1981 the FBI shall submit to the Court, in camera, a detailed affidavit justifying the withholding of all material not released to the plaintiffs from FBI Headquarters. The affidavits should address each portion of each document separately and shall not incorporate by reference previous affidavits or pleadings filed in this proceeding. In addition, the affidavits should state with specificity the "identifiable damage" to the national security or the foreign relations of the United States that could reasonably be expected to result from the release of the withheld material.
(3) That with respect to all FBI New York, Washington, San Francisco and Baltimore Field Offices and Ottawa, Hong Kong and Moscow FBI Legat documents (main file and see references), the FBI shall, on or before November 16, 1981: (a) release to the plaintiffs all reasonably segregable portions of all materials pertaining to the plaintiffs and not exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. § 552(b); (b) file a detailed itemization and justification pursuant to Vaughn v. Rosen, 157 U.S. App. D.C. 340, 484 F.2d 820 (D.C.Cir.1973), of all material withheld from those records; (c) provide the Court with a complete set of the Field Office and Legat documents for in camera inspection; and (d) provide the Court with an in camera affidavit, as described in paragraph (2), as to all withheld Field Office and Legat material.