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Allan Favish is a Los Angeles-based attorney whose focus is on General Insurance Defense and Litigation Insurance Coverage/Reinsurance & Bad Faith Litigation.  A UCLA graduate, he received his J.D. at Hastings College of Law in 1981.

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Declaration of Darrell M. Joseph

(9) post-mortem photographs of Mr. Foster's face and/or body. OIC invokes the same exemption to withhold one (1) photograph depicting, post-mortem, Mr. Foster's right hand clutching a gun; and one (1) photograph of Mr. Foster's eyeglasses, lying on the ground near his body. Thus, a total of eleven (11) photographs are being withheld in full pursuant to Exemption (b)(7)(C). These photographs sought by the plaintiff are graphic, explicit, and extremely upsetting. The privacy interest being asserted is that of Vincent Foster's family members. Disclosure of the foregoing photographs would cause Mr. Foster's surviving family members a great deal of anguish well beyond that which they have already suffered, and thus would constitute an unwarranted invasion of their personal privacy. (See Document No. 2112, Top Section, Polaroid Nos. 3-5; Document No. 2112, Bottom Section, Polaroid Nos. 1-8.) 

18. Finally, Exemption (b)(7)(C) was asserted to withhold from eight photographs certain matter pertaining to Foster family members. (See Document Nos. 2402A; 2402B; 2402C; 2402D; 2403A; 2403B; 2422A; 2422B.) Disclosure of these items in the form called for by Mr. Favish's FOIA request would cause Mr. Foster's 

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