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But in seven Comey memos handed over to Congress in April, eight of the 15 pages had redactions under classified exceptions.
The committee released the report with redactions from the intelligence community, along with a redacted Democratic dissent disputing the Republican conclusions.
Attorneys hired by the Metro Council, Fischer's general counsel and attorneys with the Jefferson County Attorney's Office, which represents the city, met in Lexington last week with Harvey to review the report and come to an agreement on redactions.
The filing was withdrawn within minutes by court officials and reposted with redactions, in keeping with a judge’s order from earlier in the day.
After the court made the filing public without redactions, the documents were replaced with names blocked out.
Perhaps in an effort to compensate for the previous redaction, the Vatican on Wednesday released what appeared to be the full text of the letters between Monsignor Vigano and the pope, who had hired him as communications director in 2015.
Most of their redactions and their claims of exemption are made up.
Sacramento Superior Court Judge Michael Sweet issued his order Friday afternoon, leading to the release of 171 pages of documents with redactions.
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