This page contains links to various documents and or pages of information I have recovered through the use of the Freedom Of Information Act, FOIA. FOIA allows people to obtain information from the US and most State governments.
Case Number: 21-00507-F DEA guidelines and policies for those who are registered and/or seek registration and exemption concerning the use, production, and distribution of peyote Peyote Exemption for Native American Church
Newest Mixtures and Descheduling language
GSA YouTube Video’s not public Jan 12 2021
DEA Drug Intelligence Bulletin May 2011
DEA: DEA disciplinary offenses and penalties guide
Office of Special Council – OSC-FOIA-FOIA-2020-150
DEA Office of Historian Response –
there is no position at DEA of “DEA Historian” and there is no “DEA History Office” at DEA. The websites https://www.dea.gov/history, https://www.deamuseum.org and the DEA history book ‘A Tradition of Excellence’ was made available to the public on the DEA website therefore there is no ‘unpublished/internal’ information that has not been made public using these resources. The text (paper) for the displays in the new DEA museum is also available for public viewing. If you have any more questions please let me know.
Thank you. Tonia Woodley, IBSS Corp. Paralegal III (Contractor),Initial Review Team
Freedom of Information/Privacy Act Section (FSR), U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration