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T7 B3 Massport Fdr- Entire Contents- 2-20-04 Letter From Goodwin-Proctor and Document Index 309

T7 B3 Massport Fdr- Entire Contents- 2-20-04 Letter From Goodwin-Proctor and Document Index 309

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GOODWIN
PROCTER
Christopher D.
Moore
617.570.1319
cmoore@goodwinprocter.comGoodwin Procter
LLP
Counsellors
at Law
Exchange
Place
Boston,
MA
02109
T:
617.570.1000
F:
617.523.1231
February 10, 2004
ByFederal Express
Mr. John RaidtNational Commission on Terrorist Attacksuponthe United States
301
Seventh Street, SWRoom
5125
Washington,DC20407
Re:Massachusetts Port Authority
Dear John:
As you
know, this
firm,
along with O'Melveny
&
Myers LLP, represents
the
Massachusetts PortAuthority
("Massport")
in connection with certain matters arising out of the terrorist hijackingsand attacks
of
September
11,
2001.On
behalf
of
Massport,
we
submit
the
enclosed documents
as the
next installment
in our
"rolling"
production
to the
National Commission
on
TerroristAttacks upon
the
United States
(the
"Commission").
Pursuant to our prior discussions with counsel to the Commission AND Daniel
Marcus'
letter ofNovember4, 2003, we understand that, during the pendency of its inquiry, the Commission
will
maintain all documents produced by Massport (the "Subject
Documents")—whether
or not theycontain or constitute Sensitive Security Information, as
defined
by 49 C.F.R. § 1520
("SSI")—in
nonpublic files and will not publicly disclose the Subject Documents. We
further
understandthat, upon the conclusion of its work, the Commission will cause the Subject Documents to bedeposited withtheNational Archives, where they willbesubjecttoappropriate restrictionsas totheiravailabilityto thepublic.In theevent thattheCommission intendstociteor
refer
to the
Subject
Documents in its final public report or in a public hearing conducted by the Commission,we understand that the Commission will give us prior notice of its intention to do so. Should theCommission be served or otherwise presented with any third party subpoena or other request for
the
Subject
Documents, we
also understand
that the
Commission will provide
us
timely
notice
of
such subpoena
or
request. Finally,
we
understand that
the
Commission, with
the
assistance
of
the Department of Justice, intends to resist, through all appropriate means, any
effort
to seek thepublicdisclosure
of the
Subject
Documents, whether
by
means
of a
subpoena
or
otherwise.
 
GOODWIN;PROCTER
Mr.
John RaidtFebruary 10,2004Page
2
With this understanding, we are producing under cover of this letter the documents
identified
onthe index attached as Exhibit A. This production consists of electronic mail retrieved
from
Massport's
Outlook servers that is responsive to Document Request No. 1 issued to Massport bythe Commission dated August
29,
2003
("Request").
Please note that,
as
additional responsive,
non-privileged
documents are located, we will promptly produce them.
Massport has
received authorization
from
the
U.S.
Transportation Security Administration("TSA")
toreleasethe
Subject
Documentsto theCommission subjectto therestrictionsondisclosurecontained in the Non-Disclosure Agreements signed by those members of theCommission's staff that will have access to the Subject Documents. For your information, wehave
affixed
a legend to each document that the TSA has indicated may contain or constituteSSI.Please call me at the number listed above should you have any question or wish to discuss anyaspect of this matter.
Sincerely,
Christopher D. MooreEnclosurescc: David Mackey,
Esq.
Chief Counsel, Massachusetts Port AuthorityJohn L. Altieri,
Jr., Esq.
O'Melveny & Myers LLP
 
Screened
By:
David
Paynter
36-01-2006
Date:
INDEX
OF
E-MAIL CORRESPONDENCE OBTAINED FROM MASSACHUSETTSPORT AUTHORITY ("MASSPORT") EMPLOYEES
IN
RESPONSE
TO
DOCUMENTREQUEST SUBMITTED
TO
MASSPORT
BY THE
NATIONAL COMMISSION
ON
TERRORIST ATTACKS
UPONTHE
UNITED
STATES
(THE "KEAN
COMMISSION")
REQUEST
NO. 1
Documents, tapes,
and
transcripts relating
to
Colgan
Air
Flight 5930,
AAL
Flight
11,
UAL
Flight
175,
and/or
any
hijackers
or
hijacked flights
on
September
11,
2001.
RESPONSIVE E-MAILS
None.
REQUESTNO. 2
Documents
regarding terrorist threats
to
Logan International Airport
and the
Port
of
Boston
from
1998
through
September
11,
2001,
including
communications
from
the
Federal Aviation
Administration
("FAA")
and
federal,
state,
and
local
law
enforcement agencies.
RESPONSIVE E-MAILS
E-mail Description
E-mail
to
Joseph Lawless
transmitting an
article
concerning the
sentencing
of a
manin
connection
with
threatsmade upon
an airline.
E-mail
correspondence between
the Massport
OPS/Communications
Center,
Thomas
Kinton.|
|
Virginia
Buckingham, and
1
m
|
attaching
a
Massport Morning Report
containing
entries concerning
a
bomb threat
and a
suspicious
item
found aboard
an
aircraft
at
Logan
and
Massport' s
responsesthereto.E-mail submitted through
Massport' s
website regarding
possible
hijackings
in
2002
and
related
correspondence.
Date
7/28/007/29/01
-
7/30/01
5/3/00
-
5/4/00
PreliminarySSI
Designation
Not
SSI
SSI
SSI
Bates
Range
MP200000MP200001-MP200006
MP200007-
MP200008
9/11
Working-level
Employee

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