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T7 B3 EWR-Port Authority Fdr- Oct 2003 Corresondence w Port Authority Re Document Requests and Document Indexes 308

T7 B3 EWR-Port Authority Fdr- Oct 2003 Corresondence w Port Authority Re Document Requests and Document Indexes 308

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JUN-10-2004
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October
29,
2003
JAMES
M
BEGLEV
DEPUTY
GENERAL COUNSEL
2S5
PARK
AVfNUE
SOUTHI3TH FLOORNEW
YORK,
NY
10003
(212)
435-3502FAX (212)
435-3584
Mr.
Sam
BrinkleyProfessional Staff Member
National
Commission
on
Terrorist Attacks Upon
the
United States
301
Seventh St. SW, Room
5125
Washington, DC 20407Re: Port Authority Document Request Number 2
Dear
Mr.
Brinkley:Yesterday, I received your fax of the signed Sensitive Security
Information-NonDisclosure
Agreements required
by the TSA for
four
members
of
your
staff.
Accordingly, I am
transmitting
the
Port Authority's
first
production
of
documents
in
responsetoyour
offices'
above referenced Document Request.Inthat regard,Ienclose
my
letter of October 23, 2003 to Daniel Marcus
Esq.,
the National Commission's GeneralCounsel,inwhichI set
forth
thePort Authority's responseto therequestandindicatethe
documents
thatarebeing producedinAppendixesA and
B
thereto.Inaddition,I amalsoenclosing the Newark Airport -
Airside
log for September
1
1,
2001
and three floor
plandrawingsfor the
arrivals, departure
and
ground levels respectively
of
Terminal
A.
Alsoenclosed
is a
drawing
for
Satellite Al
of the
Terminal. Karl
Lunan
will
follow-up
on
gathering
the
materials, which
you
indicated that
you
would
like copies
of at theinterview of Sue
Baer
on
October 24
th
.
Of
course
he
will
also continue
the
effort
to
identify
whether we have any
further
materials that are responsive to the above
referenced
document request,Very truly yours,
M.
Beg
Deputy
General Counsel212-435-3502
 
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October
23,
2003
JAMES
M.
BEGLEy
DEPUTY
GENERAL
COUNSEL
225
PARK
AVENUE SOUTH
i3TH
FLOOR
NEW
VORK, NIX
10003
(212)435-3502FAX
(213)
435-3584
Daniel Marcus,
Esq.
General Counsel
National
Commission
on
Terrorist Attacks Upon
the
United States
26
Federal Plaza
-
13
th
Floor
New
York,
NY
10278Re: Port Authority Document Request No. 2; Port Authority InterviewRequest No.
1;
Port Authority Briefing Request No. 1Dear Mr. Marcus:Thankyou foryour letter todayin
follow-up
withourdiscussiononOctober
21
st
.
As
the TSA has now given us permission to provide Sensitive Security
Information
to theCommission's
staff
under
a
Non-Disclosure
Agreement,we
will make
the
material,which we have gathered under Document Request Number
2.,
available to Mr. Brinkley
tomorrow
when he interviews the Airport's General Manager and
does
his walk-through
of
Terminal
A, I
attach
as
Index
A the SSI
materials, which
the TSA has
agreed
may be
provided. Index B is a
List
of materials provide by Port Authority Newark Airport Police
Command.
Index C lists material that we consider
privileged,
which we interpret asbeing covered
by the
Document Request.
As I
advised
we are
discussing
with
TSA
providing
our proprietary, privileged information to
TSA,
such as that listed in Index C
for
various non-aviation facilities under an MOU, which is
sdll
in draft. As I advised, wewill
be
meeting with
TSA's
Newark
andJFKIA
counsel next Friday
to
discuss providingthis type of proprietary and privileged aviation security information to it under an MOU.Theinformation will almost surelybeconsideredSSI byTSA. Basedonyour letterwe
will
share that
information
with
Mr.
Brinkley orally,
if it is in
fact
information
he is
seeking.Thank
you for
your courtesies
and
consideration
in
this matter.
Very
truly yours,Deputy General Counsel
212-435-3502
 
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INDEX A
Document
Request Number 2:
Document:
Civil
Aviation Security
-
Information
Circular
Subject:
Man-Portable Air Defense System (MANPADS) Threat to Civil AviationNumber:
IC-2001-10
Date:
July
12,2001Document:
Civil
Aviation Security
-
Information
Circular
Subject:
Possible Terrorist Threat Against American Citizens
Number
IC-2001-09
Date:July 2,2001Document: Civil Aviation Security
-
Information Circular
Subject:
Violence Increases in IsraelNumber:
IC-2001-07
Date: June
4,
2001Document: Civil Aviation Security
-
Information Circular
Subj
ect:
Ressam's
Plot
Against
Los
Angeles International Airport
Number
IC-2001-IC-06
Date: June
4,2001
Document: Civil Aviation Security
Subject:
Additional Security ProceduresNumber:
EA107-00-01C
Date: January
24,2001
Document: Civil Aviation Security
-
Information Circular
Subject:
Bombs Explode in Metro-ManilaNumber:
IC-2001-02
Date: January
9,2001
Document: Civil Aviation Security
-
Information Circular
Subject:
Middle Eastern Threats to Civil AviationNumber:
IC-2001-01
Date: January4,2001Document: Civil Aviation Security
-
Information CircularSubject:
Middle
Eastern GroupMay bePlanningtoBomb AircraftNumber:
IC-2000-10
Date: November
29,2000

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