REPORT, RECOMMENDATION AND ORDER
JEREMIAH J. McCARTHY, Magistrate Judge.
This action was referred to me by District Judge Richard J. Arcara for supervision of pretrial proceedings .
At oral argument on June 1, 2012 , the parties agreed to have me review the documents in dispute to determine whether they are derived from a public source and should be disclosed to plaintiff. Thereafter, they filed a "Stipulation for In Camera Review of Documents"  in which they consented to have me conduct an in camera review of 927 pages of government documents to determine whether any of them constitute "public source documents". Paragraph 3 of the Stipulation defines "public source documents" as "encompass[ing] public court records as well as material located within FBI records which originated with or was created by an outside, non-government or non law enforcement entity, e.g., a newspaper or magazine article, or other publications which can be released because they are not subject to copyright protection".
By letter dated June 13, 2012, counsel for the government provided me with 919 pages of documents for my in camera review, numbered "Kuzma-000001-Kuzma 000919".
For these reasons, I order that plaintiff's motion for a
Moreover, the district judge will ordinarily refuse to consider de novo arguments, case law and/or evidentiary material which could have been, but were not, presented to the magistrate judge in the first instance.
The parties are reminded that, pursuant to Rule 72(b) and (c) of this Court's Local Rules of Civil Procedure, written objections shall "specifically identify the portions of the proposed findings and recommendations to which objection is made and the basis for each objection . . . supported by legal authority", and must include "a written statement either certifying that the objections do not raise new legal/factual arguments, or identifying the new arguments and explaining why they were not raised to the Magistrate Judge". Failure to comply with these provisions may result in the district judge's refusal to consider the objections.