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FBI 9-11 Interviews Conducted Sept 2001 - 2 of 8

FBI 9-11 Interviews Conducted Sept 2001 - 2 of 8

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FBI interview notes & investigative documents from Sept 2001 as part of its 9-11 probe, declassified and made available on its website http://vault.fbi.gov/9-11 in April 2011.
FBI interview notes & investigative documents from Sept 2001 as part of its 9-11 probe, declassified and made available on its website http://vault.fbi.gov/9-11 in April 2011.

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Fort Worth, Texas 76l55,> 817!9677lO0, was interviewed at his place of
employmentl After being advised of the identities of the interviewingagents and the purpose of the interview, MARQUIS provided the following
information: ' - I '
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' OnSeptember ll, 2001, at approximately 7:25 a.m. Central
Standard Time, MARQUIS received a telephone
callfrom
the number 3
flight attendant on board Flight ll, identified by the crew manifest as
B.A, ONG {ONG!, AA employee number 131804. This telephone
call
was
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call
was transferred to central dispatch in FortWorth, Texas, because
there 
was
disturbance on board and the flight
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crew was not
able
to contact the cockpit. ONG wanted central dispatch
to contact the cockpit. MARQUIS first confirmed
that 
ONG was an AA
flight attendant. '
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,
During
this telephone
call,
ONG reported
that 
there was
passenger
on 
board who was
armed
with
a
knife.
vThis 
passenger was
seated in 103 and was identified as TQM ELSUQANI phonetic!. when
MARQUIS first heard this, he thought that the knife might have been
Swiss army knife of some sort because it was not that uncommon for
passengers to have these. ONG then informed MARQUIS that the passenger
in seat 9B, DAVID LEWIN, had been fatally stabbed and that the
number
1flight attendant, K.A. MARTIN MARTIN!, AA-employee
number
307280, had
been stabbed as well. MARTIN was in bad shape and was currently on i
oxygen. Besides these two individuals, the number 5 flight attendant,"
B. ARESTEGUI, AA employee number 167762, had been superficially woundedby the passenger with the knife. y
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addition to these injuries, there were twomen trying to 1
gain
access 
to the cockpit, and by this time, all passengers had beenremoved from first class. After the men gained access to the cockpit,QNG
could
hear loud
arguing
from the cockpit area.- ONG also mentionedthat there was something in the air that made it hard to breath. This
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telephone conversation lasted from approximately 7:25 a.m. until 0
approximately 7:49
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as
result, MARQUIS wanted the aircraft to land at the next available
airport. Because of the medical emergencies and the violence, MARQUISintended for.medical personnel and law enforcement to meet the aircraft
as soon as it landed. MARQUIS had the flight tagged as
a
confirmed
hijacking and contacted air traffic control ATC! regarding the -
situation. MARQUIS informed the Iof what was
happening with Flight
ll 
and instructed her to contact the crew
immediately and to perform
range
analysis
given
the amount of fuel onthe aircraft. ATC reportedly heard arguing over the microphone, -
hearing
a
statement to the effect of "either turn hack or
we'll
kill
,
you."
The pilot apparently keyed the microphone at some point duringthese events thereby allowing ATC to hear part of what was happening.
It was thought that these transmissions were recorded by
ATC,
in this
case Boston ATC. During the time in which the telephone conversationoccurred, the aircraft
flew
erratically and was descending in altitude.The transponder was turned off, but ATC was handling
this 
flight as
confirmed hijacking and was attempting to track it.
hung
u
the tele hone, MARQUIS received
call
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AAI 
|at John F.Kennedy
International Airport in New York, New York.
|reported smoke
coming from the World Trade Center and asked what was happening. Based
upon his conversation with: MARQUIS figuredthe impact of Flight
ll 
was close to 7:49 a.m., corresponding to the end of the telephone -
call from ONG. [::::::]called again at approximately 8:10 a.m- and A
stated that the NEW YORK PORT AUTHORITY confirmed that both towers ofthe World Trade Center were on
fire 
and that an AA aircraft was
involved.
' 
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' Although unsure, MARQUIS thought that his telephone
conversation with ONG,was recorded. He would ascertain whether the
conversation was recorded and would notify the FEDERAL BUREAU OFINVESTIGATION regarding
this.
The number 9 flight attendant, M.SWEENEY, AA employee number 129043, telephoned the AA Flight Services
Department in Boston, Massachusetts. _ -
a- 
' _ 
Regarding the hijacking of Flight 77, the aircraft
had 
crashed before AA really knew that anything was happening on board.W AA
was concentrating on Flight ll and did not realize the peril on Flight
77 until it was too,late. - -
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Flight ll, with notes on the manifest.
See
FD-A340 envelope for these
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