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Contents of John Tamm Memos Folder- Memos, Notes and Withdrawal Notices

Contents of John Tamm Memos Folder- Memos, Notes and Withdrawal Notices

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This file contains memos and notes of 9/11 Commission Team 1A staff member Quinn John Tamm (and Withdrawal Notices for same), primarily related to FBI investigations of the alleged 9/11 hijackers. An FBI report and memo are included, as an attachment to a note.

From Team 1A Files, Box 38, John Tamm Memos Folder
This file contains memos and notes of 9/11 Commission Team 1A staff member Quinn John Tamm (and Withdrawal Notices for same), primarily related to FBI investigations of the alleged 9/11 hijackers. An FBI report and memo are included, as an attachment to a note.

From Team 1A Files, Box 38, John Tamm Memos Folder

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WITH
DRAWAL
NOTICE
RG: 148
Box:
00013 Folder: 0038
Documents
Series: Team 1A Files
Copies:
1 Pages: 22ACCESS RESTRICTEDThe item identified below has been withdrawn from
this file:
Folder Title: JohnTamm MemosDocument Date:Document Type: MemorandumSpecial Media:From:
To:
Subject:
In
the review of this file this item was removed because access to it isrestricted. Restrictions on records in the National Archives are stated ingeneral and specific record group restriction statements which are available
for
examination.
NND: 341
Withdrawn:07-11-2008 by:
RETRIEVAL*:
341 00013 0038 5System DocID:
3512
 
07/08/2003
To: General Counsel Daniel MarcusAssistant Gen. Counsel Steven DunneTeam Leaders Douglas MacEachinDieterSnell
Fm:
Quinn John Tamm, Jr.Subj: Meetings with FBI supervisors and case agentsDuring the week of June 24, through June 26, 2003 I metwith Assistant Special AgentinCharge Thomas Powersand
Supervisory
Special Agent Robert
Schlabach
of the
Boston
Division of the FBI. The meetings were
very
helpful indetermininghow theBostonDivision'srecords were stored.Additionally, I was able to gain some guidance on potentialwitnesses that
the
Commission
may
want
to
interview,
or to
have testify, before the Commission. An example would be
the
individual
in
charge
of
security
at
Logan InternationalAirport
on 09/11/2001,
Joseph Lawless. Because
of
potentialliability issues, Mr. Lawless never
agreed
to be interviewedabout security
at the
airport,
at the
time
of the
9-11
attacks.
I recommend that we request from the FBI similarmeetings with the case supervisors and caseagent(s)in
following
FBI Field Divisions:Baltimore
Boston
(follow
up
meeting)MiamiNewarkNorfolk
San
DiegoTampaPhiladelphiaPhoenixWashington
In
each
territorial jurisdiction,
extensive
investigation was conducted, because the 9-11 co-conspirators lived
or
trained
in
those locations.I further recommend that the first meeting be held with
either
the Washington Field Office supervisor and case agent
or
the
Baltimore supervisor
and
case
agent.
Department
of
Justice
(DOJ),
or FBI management could easily monitor themeeting(s)at the field division
headquarters.
This mayreassure management
that
the
Commission's goal
is to
attempt
to
make
a
complete record
of the
9-11 conspiracy.
The
subsequent meetings should
be
held
at the
respective
field
divisions and not in
Washington.
 
MyvisittoBoston determined thatthe
field
division
filesare
maintained
in the
chronological order
of
investigation
as
conducted,
and
would provide
a
useful guide
for
our own investigation and report. We would be in aposition
to
determine
if all the
relevant facts
had
beenreviewed
and
reported.
The
Commission could then makeadditional requests for documents.
I
also
recommended
that
a
deadline
for ananswer
from
the
DOJ and FBI beset,so
that
ifnecessary, further action
can
be considered in a timely manner.

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