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redact

To edit sensitive documents before release to the public. With today's heightened awareness of the legal implications of exposing information, it is common to redact even email messages before sending them.
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The content of the messages was almost entirely redacted before the document was released in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.
"Even in redacted form, the special counsel's report offers disturbing evidence and analysis that President Trump engaged in obstruction of justice at the highest levels," he added.
Pelosi and some other Democratic party leaders have been wary of impeachment just 18 months before the November 2020 presidential election, although prominent liberals have demanded the start of proceedings to remove Trump from office since the release of a redacted version of Mueller's report on Thursday.
The House Judiciary Committee is poised to issue a subpoena for the report's redacted portions.
According to the heavily redacted indictment, he allegedly met with Iranian intelligence officials repeatedly over the past six years, including twice in Tehran, having traveled to the Islamic Republic on a non-Israeli passport, according to the Shin Bet security service.
The Scottish Government said the information was redacted to protect the women's right to confidentiality, and the Government's counsel, Roddy Dunlop QC, offered to give Mr Clancy an undertaking that the passages contained nothing new.
'The reintroduced parts that were allegedly redacted could overturn the earlier findings.
Applicants must submit (1) an original application (including all attachments); (2) an electronic copy of the original application (including all attachments) in pdf format; and (3) an electronic redacted copy of the original application, which excludes all material that is exempt or confidential under applicable public records laws.
Hartlepool Council unsuccessfully challenged an Information Commissioner ruling that two redacted documents should be disclosed under the Freedom of Information Act.
The news outlets received redacted copies of all 58 shooting victims' autopsies, not identifying whose autopsy was whose.