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CIA Log Entries from 9/11 and Related Documents

CIA Log Entries from 9/11 and Related Documents

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Extracts from CIA logs about 9/11 and related documents:

(1) A March 2004 document request for logs, as well as teleconference tapes and transcripts from the 9/11 Commission to the CIA;

(2) A parallel request to the FBI;

(3) A cover letter from the CIA about the sending of documents responsive to a request to the commission;

(4) Two timeline entries describing events concerning videoconferences at the CIA on 9/11. At 9:40 a.m. CIA managers John McLaughlin, Cofer Black and Charles Frahm spoke to counterterrorism "tsar" Richard Clarke on a teleconference about what was known and what was not at that point;

(5) An e-mail, apparently from the CIA, about the log entries;

(6) Two internal commission e-mails;

(7) A withdrawal notice for 22 pages of CIA operations logs.
Extracts from CIA logs about 9/11 and related documents:

(1) A March 2004 document request for logs, as well as teleconference tapes and transcripts from the 9/11 Commission to the CIA;

(2) A parallel request to the FBI;

(3) A cover letter from the CIA about the sending of documents responsive to a request to the commission;

(4) Two timeline entries describing events concerning videoconferences at the CIA on 9/11. At 9:40 a.m. CIA managers John McLaughlin, Cofer Black and Charles Frahm spoke to counterterrorism "tsar" Richard Clarke on a teleconference about what was known and what was not at that point;

(5) An e-mail, apparently from the CIA, about the log entries;

(6) Two internal commission e-mails;

(7) A withdrawal notice for 22 pages of CIA operations logs.

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Thomas
H.
Kean
CHAIR
Lee
H.
Hamilton
VICE CHAIR
Richard Ben-Veniste
MaxQeland
Fred
F.
FieldingJamieS.
Gorelick
Slade
Gorton
John
Lehman
Timothy J.
Roemer
JamesR.
Thompson
Philip
D.
Zelikow
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
CIA
DOCUMENT REQUEST
No. X
The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (the
"Commission")
requests that
the
Federal Bureau
of
Investigation (CIA
or the
"respondent")
provide the Commission
forthwith
with copies of the
following
documents:
1.
All
logs
from
September
11,2001
from
the CIA
operations center.
2.
All tapes, transcripts and documents related to interagency audio or videoteleconferencesthatthe FBIinitiated, facilitatedorotherwise participatedin on themorningofSeptember
11,
2001,relevantto thehijackingsofSeptember
11.
Forpurposes of this request the term
"morning"
is
defined
as 08:30 to 12:00 EDT onSeptember11,
2001.
The term "teleconferences" refers to audio or videocommunications that involved representativesof theWhite Houseandrepresentatives
from
more than one government agency.The Commission requests that the documents requested above be provided as soon asthey are available, even though all requested documents may not be provided at thesame time, through means
of a
"rolling"
production.
If any
requested documents
are
withheld
from
production, even temporarily, based
onan
alleged claim of privilege or for any other reason, the Commission requests thatthe respondent, as soon as possible and in no event later than the production date,
identify
and describe each such document or class of documents, as well as thealleged basis
for not
producing
it,
with
sufficient
specificity
to
allow
a
meaningful challenge
to any
such withholding.
If
the respondent does not have possession, custody or control of any requested documents but has
information
about where such documents may be located, the Commission requests that therespondent provide such informationassoonaspossibleand in noevent later thantheproductiondate.
If
the respondent has any questions or concerns about the interpretation or scope of these documentrequests, the Commission requests that any such questions or concerns be raised with theCommission as soon as possible so that any such issues can be addressed and resolved prior to theproduction date.March 24, 2004DanielMarcusGeneral Counsel
TEL
(202) 331-4060
FAX
(202) 296-5545www.9-1
lcommission.gov
 
Thomas
H.
Kean
CHAIR
Lee
H.
Hamilton
VICE
CHAIR
Richard Ben-Veniste
MaxQeland
Fred
F.
FieldingJamieS.
Gorelick
Skde
Gorton
John
Lehman
Timothy J.
Roerner
James R.
Thompson
Philip
D.
Zelikow
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
FBI DOCUMENT REQUEST No. X
The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (the
"Commission")
requests that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI or the
"respondent")
provide the Commission
forthwith
with copies of the followingdocuments:
1.
All
logs
from
September
11,2001
from the
Strategic Information
and
OperationsCenter(SIOC) andoperations centerof theWashington Field
Office.
2.
All tapes, transcripts and documents related to interagency audio or videoteleconferences thatthe FBIinitiated, facilitatedorotherwise participatedin onthe morning of September
11,
2001, relevant to the hijackings of September
11.
For
purposes of this request the term
"morning"
is
defined
as 08:30 to 12:00 EDT
on
September 11, 2001. The term
"teleconferences"
refers to audio or videocommunications that involved representatives of the White House andrepresentatives
from
more than
one
government agency.The Commission requests that the documents requested above be provided as soon asthey are available, even though all requested documents may not be provided at thesame time, through means
of a
"rolling"
production.
If
any requested documents are withheld from production, even temporarily, based on
an
alleged claim of privilege or for any other reason, the Commission requests thatthe respondent, as soon as possible and in no event later than the production date,
identify
and describe each such document or class of documents, as well as thealleged basis
for not
producing
it,
with
sufficient
specificity
to
allow
a
meaningful challenge
to any
such withholding.
If
the respondent does not have possession, custody or control of any requested documents but has
information
about where such documentsmay belocated,theCommission requests thattherespondent provide such information
as
soon
as
possible
and in no
event later than
the
productiondate.
If
the respondent has any questions or concerns about the interpretation or scope of these documentrequests, the Commission requests that any such questions or concerns be raised with theCommission as soon as possible so that any such issues can be addressed and
resolved
prior to theproduction date.
March
24, 2004Daniel Marcus
TEL
(202) 331-4060
FAX
(202) 296-5545
www.9-1
lcommission.gov
 
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FOR OFFICIAL
USE
ONLY
CENTRAL
INTELLIGENCE
AGENCY
WASHINGTON,
D.C.
20505
Office
of
General
Counsel
25
June
2004
Mr.Daniel Marcus, General CounselNational Commission on Terrorist AttacksUpon the United StatesThird Floor
2100
KStreet, N.W.Washington,
DC
20427
Re:
(U)
Response
to
Item
No. 2 of
DCI
Document Request
No. 52
Dear Mr.
Marcus:
(U)
The enclosed document No. 5200003 is responsive to
item
No. 2 of DCIDocument RequestNo.
52,
issued
by
TheNational Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
on
22 April
2004.
(U)
If
you
have any
questions concerning
this
letter,
please contact
me at
|9/n
closed
by
statute)
Enclosures:
As stated
9/11
Closed
by
Statute
FOROFFICIAL
USE
ONLY

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