The court reviews the matter de novo, D.C. Code § 2-537(b), and should provide a decision that is sufficiently detailed to demonstrate that such review has occurred. The decision should articulate the precise relationship between each claim for exemption and the contents of the specific documents held to be exempt. Washington Post Co. v. Minority Bus. Opportunity Comm'n, 560 A.2d at 523. In addition, the court is permitted to examine any withheld documents in camera to determine whether they should be exempt. D.C. Code Ann. § 2-537(b). However, requests for in camera inspection must be relatively focused. When a party has simply requested a mass of documents, many of which are clearly exempt from release, the court has no obligation to review the documents to determine whether they contain some parts that may be disclosed. Hines v. Board of Parole, 567 A.2d at 913.