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T4 B12 Workplan- Draft Fdr- 4-24-03 Workplan Team 4 (See T4 B1 Team 4 Workplan Fdr for Different Red Actions) 040

T4 B12 Workplan- Draft Fdr- 4-24-03 Workplan Team 4 (See T4 B1 Team 4 Workplan Fdr for Different Red Actions) 040

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Group
4
(terrorist
finance)
workplan
Draft
4/24/2003
List
of key questions1) Is
this
trip really necessary? Given
the
demonstrated
ability
of
terrorists
to use
tinyamounts
of
money
to create
significant
attacks,is there
really
a
purpose
tothis?
a)
What
is the
nature
of the
problem?
How are
funds
used
by
terrorists generated,
and
how
does
it
move?
How is theworldwide
terrorist
infrastructure
funded?
How
are
terrorist
cells
within the US
funded?
Is it
different?
2)
Prior
to
9/11,
how big of a
focus
was there on identifying and
stopping
the
flow
of
funds
to
terrorist organizations?
a)
Within
theUSG?i)
What
was theroleof the
1C
in gathering
intelligence
about
the
flow
of
funds
to
terrorist
organizations?
(crosscut
with
team#2)
(much
of
this
mayhave
been explored
in the
joint
intelligence
report)
ii)
What
was the role of Treasury, particularly
OF
AC, in
blocking
and
seizingassets?
(1)
Al-Qaida
designations
(2)
Foreign terrorist
asset
tracking center(3) Support
from
the intelligence and law enforcement communities in gettingevidence
to
support designations?
iii)
What was law enforcement's role in investigating and prosecuting the
financing
of terrorist operations domestically? How
effective
was it?
(1)
FBI
and the useof2339(A)and (B)(2)
FinCEN
(3)
Customs, IRS
and
others
iv)
What regulatory controls were in place to prevent the US financial system
from
being usedbyterroriststomove money? Were they
effective?
Hadthere beenany
efforts
toimprovethecontrols? Whatdo the
money
movements
nfthe
highiackers tell us. if
anything?
9/11
Closed by
Statute
3)Whatare our
current efforts,
and are we on the righttrack?
9/11 Closed
by
Statute
 
Group4
(terrorist finance) workplan
Draft
4/24/2003
c) Law
enforcement?
i)
Prosecution
of
charities
and
other groups
ii)
Cooperation with
1C?
(lowered walls
and
what
does
that
mean?) (crosscut
with
the LE
team)iii) Cooperation within agencies
in
area
of
terrorist finance
d)
Regulatory?
i) USA
PATRIOT act: What does
it do? Is it
effective?
Can it be
made better?
ii) Is BSA
data
on
terrorist finance being used
by LE?
How?iii)
Any way to
substantively regulate charities
to
prevent abuse?
9/11
Closedby
Statute
4)
Miscellaneous
issues
a)
Investigation
of
possible manipulation
of
financial markets
in
relation
to
911
(airline stocks, etc.)
 
Group
4
(terrorist
finance)
workplan
Draft
4/24/2003
Briefing
plan
for
commissionersReading
list
Terrorist
Financing,
Council
on
Foreign
Relations,
2002
(3
1
pages)
FinCEN Report
no. 4 -
identifying terrorist finance transactions
in US
financialinstitutions
Financial
Action Task Force
(FATF)
Special Recommendations
Essential categories
of
documents
1)
Select
OF
AC
decisionpackages
-
Treasury
a) Al-Barakaat
(11/7/2001)
b)
Holy Land Foundation
(12/4/200
1)
c)
Honey companies
(10/12/2001)
2)
Policy Coordination Committee
(PCC)
minutes
and
agendas
~ NSC or
Treasury
3)
Litigation documents regarding investigation
and
prosecution
of
charities
-
Justice
or
otherwise
4)
FinCEN
BSA
data
and
other information serving
as the
backup
to
Report
#4
-
Treasury5)
CTC,
UBL
Task
Force materials
as it
related
to
terrorist
finance
(overlap with Team
#2)
6)
.US
Customs Service
Office
of
Strategic Trade
and
Intelligence report, October
200
1
9/11
Law
Enforcement Sensitive
7)
Other documents
as
suggested
by the
joint
committee's
reportPersons
to
interview
Informal
(background)
Kenneth
Katzman,
Congressional Research Service
Lee Wolowsky
William
Wechsler
Jon Winer
Steven
Emerson
- the
Investigative
Project
Jody
Myers
-
NSC
Rick Small,
Citigroup
Jeff
Breinholt,CT
section, Justice
Gordon
Kromberg,
AUSA, EDVAAUSA.
NDTX
Holy
Land Foundation
9/11
Closed
by
Statute
Formal

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