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Department of Justice
Office of Legislative Affairs

Office of the Assistant Attorney General

Washington, D. C. 20530

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July 25, 2003

Dan Marcus, General Counsel National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States 2100 K Street, NW, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20036 Dear Mr. Marcus: This supplements our prior responses to the Commission's Document Request No. 1 to the Department, which requested in part 2, inter alia, transcripts, memoranda, reports, and other documents and audio/video recordings relating to debriefings or interviews and post-arrest statements by thirteen individuals. Enclosed are two CDs, labeled 6 and 7, in response to your request. CD 6 contains scanned responsive documents relating to part 2 of the Request and debriefings of six of the thirteen individuals. They are Messrs. Yousef (a); Haggag (e); Salem (f); Al-Ridi (h); Al-Owhali (j); and Meskini (1). The Department is not asking the Commission to maintain the confidentiality of this material because their provision of information has already been publicly disclosed through their testimony in federal prosecutions or otherwise. An index of the documents in the CD can be found by accessing the "Welcome.PDF" file in the CD. There are 345 pages on CD 6. We have substantial confidentiality interests as to the information regarding four of the remaining individuals listed in part 2 of the Request, which is set forth in the separate enclosed CD 7, labeled "Confidential." They are Messrs] fc| _,_^_ -_____^_ Some of these individuals have testified at public trials although they may have provided additional information that remains confidential and we want to protect them as sources of this additional information. We are providing this CD ,tb the Corrimission based upon your agreement that its contents, including the identities of the; individuals as sources of the information, will not be disclosed outside of the Commission. There are 1,520 pages on CD 7.

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I / ' We are in the process of searching for additional information responsive to this Request, which we expect will be highly sensitive. ..We will supplement this response when that material becomes available and will confer with Commission staff ai>out an appropriate access arrangement and confidentiality agreement to accommoliate the sensitivities involved.
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I hope that this information is helpful. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like additional assistance regarding this matter. Sincerely,

William E. Moschella Assistant Attorney General

U.S. Department of Justice Office of Legislative Affairs

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July 16, 2003 Dan Marcus, General Counsel National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States 2100 K Street, NW, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20036 Dear Mr. Marcus: This supplements our prior response to the Commission's Document Request No. 1 to the Department, which requested, inter alia, dockets, indictments, transcripts and other materials relating to six indicted cases from the Southern District of New York (S.D.N.Y.) and one from the Western District of Washington (W.D. Wash.) Enclosed is a compact disc (CD) of scanned responsive documents in PDF format relating to United States v. Ressam, et al., from the Western District of Washington. An index of the documents in the CD can be found by accessing the "Welcome.PDF" file in the CD. There are 3,390 pages on this CD. We will supplement this response as soon as additional materials responsive to this request become available. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like additional assistance regarding this matter. Sincerely,

William E. Moschella Assistant Attorney General

U.S. Department of Justice Office of Legislative Affairs

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Office of the Assistant Attorney General

Washington, D. C. 20530

July 15, 2003 Dan Marcus, General Counsel National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States 2100 K Street, NW, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20036 Dear Mr. Marcus: This supplements our prior response to the Commission's Document Request No. 1 to the Department, which requested, inter alia, dockets, indictments, transcripts and other materials relating to six indicted cases from the Southern District of New York (S.D.N.Y.) and one from the Western District of Washington (W.D. Wash.) Enclosed is a compact disc (CD) of scanned responsive documents in PDF format relating to three of the S.D.N.Y. cases: United States v. Usama bin Laden; United States v. Mokhtar Haouari; and United States v. Ramzi Ahmed Yousef, Abdul Hakim Murad, Wali Khan Amin Shah. An index of the documents in each CD can be found by accessing the "Welcome.PDF" file in the CD. There are 17,313 pages on this CD. I also want to correct the page count information that corresponded to the two CDs that were enclosed with my letter, dated July 14, 2003. CD 1, which was enclosed with that letter, actually contained images from 13,752 pages, and CD 2, also enclosed with the letter, contained images from 9,649 pages, for a total of 23,401 pages. I apologize for this error in my letter. We will supplement this response as soon as additional materials responsive to this request become available. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like additional assistance regarding this matter. Sincerely,

William E. Moschella Assistant Attorney General

U.S. Department of Justice Office of Legislative Affairs

Office of the Assistant Attorney General

Washington, D. C. 2053>

July 14, 2003 Dan Marcus, General Counsel National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States 2100 K Street, NW, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20036 Dear Mr. Marcus:
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This responds to the Commission's Document Request No. 1 requested, inter alia, dockets, indictments, transcripts and other materials relating to six indicted cases from the Southern District of New York (S.D.N.Y.) and one from the Western District of Washington (W.D. Wash.) Enclosed are two compact discs (CDs) of scanned responsive documents in PDF format relating to three of the S.D.N.Y. cases. Documents relating to United States v. Mohammed A. Salameh are set forth in CD 1. Documents relating to United States v. Omar Ahmad AH Abdel Rahman are set forth in CD 1 and in CD2. Documents relating to United States v. Ramzi Ahment Yousef and Eyad Ismoil are set forth in CD 2. An index of the documents in each CD can be found by accessing the "Welcome.PDF" file in each CD. There are 4,248 pages on CD 1 and 2,807 pages on CD 2, for a total of 7,055 pages in this production. We will supplement this response as soon as additional materials responsive to this request become available. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like additional assistance regarding this matter. Sincerely,

William E. Moschella Assistant Attorney General