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However, she noted that police typically classify most of their internal documents as “law enforcement sensitive.”

“These documents were marked [law enforcement] sensitive as a standard practice and way of conducting [Capitol Police] business,” she said.

But sensitive law enforcement marking “does not necessarily indicate that the information contained there is such,” she added.

“Our documents are composed to purposely safeguard against an inadvertent release of information and do not contain information that would associate it with the member,” she said.

Still, The Times was able to identify one of the people named in the document as a relative of Mr. Hoyer’s through a simple Internet search of that person’s name.

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