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CHRONOLOGY OF SAUDI VISA APPLICATIONS

HaniHanjoor

On PPT

A66998 (expired 01/01/01)

Applied

11/02/97 (F-l)

FLIGHT 77

ELS LanguageCentcr Melbourne, Florida

Nawaf Mohamed Salem Alhazmi

Applied 04/03/99

FLIGHT77

Khalid M A Al-Midhar

Applied 04/07/99

(B-l/B-2)

FLIGHT 77

On PPT B721156 (expiration date unkown)

Ahmed Saleh Alghamdi

Applied 09/03/00

FLIGHT 175(WTC)

Saeed A. A. A. Alghamdi

On PPT B516922 (expired July 2, 2003)

Applied

09/04/00 (B1/B2)

FLIGHT 93(PA)

Hani SH Hanjour

On PPT C241922 (issued 07/24/00) Applied 09/10/00

Applied 09/25/00

(see 11/02/97)

FLIGHT 77 (i\.ni:i«on) Rejected 221 (C)

Hamza Alghamdi

Applied 10/17/00 in Riyadh

FLIGHT 1 75 (WTC)

Mohaid M. F. Alshehii

Applied 10/23/00

in Riyadh

FLIGHT 175 (\\TC)

Wail Mohammad Al-Shehri

Applied 10/24/00

FLIGHT 11 (WTC )

Waleed Mohammad Al-Shehri

Applied 10/24/00

Ahmed Abdullah AInami Applied 10/28/00 On PPT Cl 15007 expired 02/27/05 (see04/23/01)

Ahmed Alhaznawi

Majed Masha'an Moqed

Satam M. A. Al Suqami

Applied 11/12/00

Applied 11/20/00

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in Riyadh

Applied 11/21/00 Riyadh

FLIGHT 11 (WTC' )

FLIGHT 93(PA)

FLIGHT 93(PA )

FLIGHT 77 (ivm^on)

FLIGI IT I I (\\TC )

Ahmed Abdullah AInami

Applied 04/23/01

FLIGHT

93 (PA )

On PPT C 505363 issued 4/21/01 (see 10/28/00)

 

Saeed A. A. A. Alghamdi On PPT C573895 issued 06/10/01

Applied 06/12/01 (see 09/04/00)

B1/B2

FLIGHT

93 (PA )

Khalid Mohamed Abdullah Al-MidharApplied 06/13/01 On PPT C551754 issued 05/30/01 (see 04/07/99)

Abdulaziz Alomari

Salem Alhazmi

Applied 06/18/01

Applied 06/19/01

FLIGHT 77 (l\-,ii;i«oii)

FLIGHT 11 (WTC )

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Riyadh

11/21/00

Dubai

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Riyadh

10/17/00

Riyadh

10/23/00,11/20/00

Abu Dhabi

6/18/01

Berlin

5/25/00

Jeddah

9/3/00,9/4/00,

9/25/00,10/24/00,

10/24/01,10/28/00,

11/12/00,4/23/01,

6/12/01,6/13/01,

6/18/01,6/20/01

Jeddah

4/3/99.4/7/99

Berlin

5/18/00

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Dates in italics represent the first of two visas

Underlinine represents applications destroyed in ace

Embolden dates represent three actual interviews

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Riyadh

11/21/00

Dubai

1/18/00

Riyadh

10/17/00

Riyadh

10/23/00,11/20/00

Abu Dhabi

6/18/01

Berlin

Jeddah

9/3/00, 9/4/00,

 

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10/24/OM0/2S/00,

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Jeddah

Berlin

Jeddah

Dales in italics represent the first of two visas

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Texas Service Center Enforcement Operations Division 911 Terrorist Review

Non-Immigrant Information System

1-94: 41033626408, Passport #16,17066 Visa Issued: Berlin;-18MAYOO Type Visa: B2 DOA: 03JUNOO Admitted to:J32DECOO Por t of entry : Newark , N-J Arriving Carrier: OK Czech, Fit #52 Intended Address:

Lexington Hotel, NYC Departure date: 04JAN01 Port of Departure: Miami Carrier: IB, Fit #6122

1-94: 10847166009, Passport #1617066 Visa Issued: Berlin, 18MAYOO Type Visa: B2 DOA: lOJANOl j Admitted to: 09JUL01 Port of entry: Miami, Fl Arriving Carrier: Unk Intended Address:

^ 10001 W.Atlantic Bl Coral Springs, FL Departure date: 07JUL01 Port of Departure: Miami Carrier: AR, Fit #117

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1-94: 68'653985708, Passport #1617066 Visa Issued: Berlin, 18MAY.OO Type Visa: B2 DOA: lOJANOl Admitted to: 08SEP01 Port of entry: Miami, FL Arriving Carrier: AA, Fit #69 Intended Address:

516 W Laurel Rd Nokomis, FL Departure date: Unk Port of Departure: Unk Carrier: Unk

1-94: 32421127909, Passport #1617066 Visa Issued: Berlin, 18MAYOO Type Visa: Bl DOA: 19JUL01 Admitted to: 12NOV01 Pert of entry: AtlanU., GA

^ A'"iving Carrier: Deua, Fit #109

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;1A Greensward Del Rey Beach, Fl parture date: Unl 1 of Departure: I k rrier: Unk

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American Airlines #11 Boston to Los Angeles North Tower of World Trade Center

Mohamed MohamedElamir Awad Elsayed ATTA

DOB:

1SEP68

Florida DL: A300540683210

Iss: 05/02/01 Exp: 09/01/07 COC: Egypt COR: Germany Germany Passport: 1617066

Known Addresses

(194:10847166009)

10001 W. Atlantic Blvd Pompano Beach, FL 33071

(194:32421127909)

401A Greensward 204 DelRay Beach, FL 33445

(1-53909/19/00)

(SRC-00-276-50863)

516 W. Laurel Rd Nokomis, FL 34275

(LEA Source 9/13/01) 4890 Pompano Rd Venice, FL 34293

(LEA Source 9/21/01) Sheridan St. Apt 256 Hollywood, FL 3 3021

(SRC002765086 > 1-539) 26 El-Dobbat Block* Apt #114 Giza, Cairo, Egypt

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Inter-Agency Border Information System (National Automated Immigration Lookout System) (Treasury Enforcement Control System) (National Crime Information Center)

Tecs Record ID:

P9B53492500CAT

P9B53492500CBO

P9B53492500CMI

P9B53492500CSR

P9B53591200CDA

P1861593900CIQ

P1861593900C13

P9C03289800CIQ

P9B59835900CUO

Computer-Linked Application Information Management System

SRC-00-276-50863

1-539 Application to Change Status from B2 to Ml Received: 22SEPOO Approved: 17JUL01

Student School System

Negative results

Refugee, Asylee. and Parolee System

Negative results

Central Index System

Negative results

Deportable Alien Control System

Negative results

Marriage. Anti-Fraud Accountabilitv System

Negative results

Comments

tohamed ATTA entered the U.S. on Delta .Mines, Flight 109 (Madrid, Spain to Atlanta eorgia).

Revised: 05/27/01

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Texas Service Center

Enforcement Operations Division 911 Terrorist Review

American Airlines #11 Boston to Los Angeles North Tower of World Trade Center

Terrorist Timeline

Mohamed Mohamed Elamir Awad Elsayed ATTA

DOB: 1SEP68

COC: Egypt

COR: Germany

1995

2ATTA shared an apartment with known consirator Ramzi Bin ALSHIBH in

1998

Germany. ATTA and ALSHIBH as warehouse workers at a computer company in Hamburg, Germany. 2ATTA, Ramzi Bin AL-SHIBH, Marwan ALSHEHHI and Ziad JARRAH

2000-2001

and others formed and maintained an al Qaeda terrorist cell in Germany 2ln Florida made inquiries regarding starting a crop dusting company

18 MAYOO

B2 Visa issued in Berlin

02JUNOO

4Czech officials, state ATTA arrives in Prague by bus and stays there for 24

03JUNOO

hours Entered the U.S. in Newark, Ceskoslovenske Aerol, Flight #52 from Prague,

JULOO

Czech Republic(2) 2ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI tour Airman Flight School in Norman, OK

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06JULOO

2ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI start pilot training at Huffman Aviation,

17JULOO

Venice, FL i Registers a red Pontiac Grand Prix, at 4890 Pompano Rd, Venice FL

19JULOO

2ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI receive $9,985 wired from UAE into a

07AUGOO

Florida SunTrust bank account 2ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI receive $9,485 wired from UAE into a

30AUGOO

Florida SunTrust bank account 2ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI receive $19,985 wired from UAE into a

18SEPOO

Florida SunTrust bank account 2ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI receive $69,985 wired from UAE into a

05NOVOO

Florida SunTrust bank account 2Purchases flight deck videos for the Boeing 747 Model 200, Boeing 757

11DECOO

Model 200, and other items from a pilot store in Ohio ("Ohio Pilot Store") 2Purchases flight deck videos for the Boeing 767 Model 300ER and the Airbus A320 Model 200 from the Ohio Pilot Store

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4ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI get their pilot licenses. Around this time, ATTA and other hijackers purchase global-positioning devices known as GPS-3s from Tropic-Aero, an aviation-supplyshop in Ft Lauderdale, FL

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and Marwan ALSHEHHI pay for two three-hour jet simulator

27DECOO

lessons in Miami 4ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI abandon their broken-down small private

29/30DECOO

plane on a taxiway at Miami International Airport iATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI pay for two three-hour jet simulator

04JAN01

lessons in Miami Departed the U.S. from Miami to Madrid on Iberia Lineas Aereas Flight

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10JAN01

Entered the U.S. in Miami, AA, Flight #69 from Madrid, Spain

FEB01

2ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI attended a health club in Decatur, GA

FEB01

i Inquires about crop-dusters at Belle Glade State Municipal Airport in Belle

FEB01

Glade, FL iATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI visit Atlanta, rent a Piper Cherokee plane

FEB01

4ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI rent a single-engine Piper Warrior from a

2-15FEB01

Gwinnett County, Georgia flight school 2ATTA & Marwan ALSHEHHI took a flight check ride around Decatur, GA

FEB-MAR01

4ATTA and several other men inquire at South Florida Crop Care about

11MAR01

crop-dusting planes lATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI move out of their Hamburg apartment

APR01

4Czech Interior Minister, Stanislav GROSS says a meeting between ATTA

APR-JUN01

and Ahmad Khalil Ibrahim Samir AL-ANI, an Iraqi intelligence agent took place in Prague, several weeks before AL-ANI was expelled from the country April 22, 2001 for conduct incompatible with his diplomatic status. There are reports that this was possibly the third or fourth meeting between ATTA and AL-ANI 2ATTA, Satam ALSUQAMI, Waleed ALSHEHRI, Ahmed ALGHAMDI,

26APR01

Majed MOQED, Marwan ALSHEHHI, Ahmed ALNAMI, Hamza ALGHAMDI, Mohand ALSHEHRI Wail ALSHEHRI, Ahmed ALHAZNAWI, Fayez Ahmed and Salem ALHAZMI traveled from various points in the world to the U.S. iReceive a traffic ticket in Tamarac, FL for driving without a license

02MAY01

iATTA and Ziad JARRAH get Florida driver's licenses. ATTA lists address

13MAY-13JUN01

at 10001 N. Atlantic Blvd., Coral Springs, FL 4ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI live in Jackson Street, Hollywood, FL

28MAY01

iFails to appear in court in Broward County for driving without a license

04JUN01

oharge. A bench warrant is issued for his arrest 4A warrant is issued for ATTA's arrest due to his no-snow at his hearing for

MIDJUN01

his traffic offense 4ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI move into a Tara Gardens condo in Coral Springs

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lATTA stays with Marwan ALSHEHHI, who moves into the Hamlet Country Club, a gated community in Delray Beach i Stays at Econo Lodge in Las Vegas. 4lnvestigators say that ATTA met with two other hijackers, Salem ALHAZMI and Hani HANJOUR during this trip and that both Marwan ALSHEHHI and Ziad JARRAH were also in Las Vegas 4ATTA flies from Ft Lauderdale to Boston

lATTA, Wail and Waleed ALSHEHRI, Satam Al SUQAMI, Marwan Al- SHEHHI and Fayez BAN1HAMMAD register for one-month membership at World Gym in Delray Beach and Boynton Beach

iRents P.O. box in Delray Beach for three months. Boston to NY 4ATTA flies from Newark to Ft Lauderdale

Departed the U.S. from Miami on Aerolineas Argentina Flight #117. 4Spanish police say that according to airline records, ATTA flies into Madrid, where he rents a car and then checks into a seaside hotel about 375 mile away, near Barcelona. He visits Spain extensively, logging more than 1200 miles in a rented car, and intelligence officials believe there were meetings with suspected members of bin Laden's network (who were recently arrested in Spain on charges unrelated to 9/1 1). Hotel records confirm that ATTA spends his last night at the Monstsant Hostal in Salou, where he pays with visa and registers under his own name. There were also reports that ATTA went to a prison southern Spain, where he asked to visit an Algerian being held on murder charges. The Guardian reports that this trip included a brief visit to Switzerland 2Purchased a knife in Zurich, Switzerland

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iFlies from Miami to Spain

Entered the U.S. in Atlanta, Delta, Flight #109 from Madrid, Spain

4ATTA and several other men ask about crop-dusting planes at an airstrip in Belle Glade, FL. They want to know how much fuel and chemicals the planes can carry and whether special skills are needed to pilot them. The also approach South Florida Crop Care again, where ATTA leaves an impression of being "real persistent".

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iRents a car from Warrick's Rent-a-Car in Pompano Beach, FL

13AUG01

i Spends night at Econo Lodge in Las Vegas.

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Nawaf ALHAZAMI are also in Las Vegas at this time 4ATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI rent a blue Chevy Corsica from Warrick's

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Rent-A-Car, in Pompano Beach, FL and return it with almost 3000 miles logged iWith three unidentified accomplices, rents a single-engine plane for 90

23AUG01

minutes from Palm Beach Training at Palm Beach County Park Airport. 4ATTA rents a single engine, four seater Piper Archer from the Palm Beach County Airport at Lantana for 3 consecutive days of flying. 4ATTA's drivers license is suspended indefinitely when he fails to appear in

25AUG01

traffic court iOpens frequent-flier account on AA web-site

26AUG01

lATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI check into Panther Inn in Deerfield Beach

28AUG01

iBuys plane ticket using AA web-site. 2ATTA and Abdulaziz ALOMARI

30AUG01

reserved two seats on American Airlines Flight 11 listing a Florida telephone number. 4ATTA flies from Baltimore to Ft Lauderdale 2Purchased a utility tool that contained a knife

04SEP01

2Sent FedEx package from Florida to UAE

07SEP01

lATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI and a third unidentified man go to

08SEP01

Shuckum's a raw bar in Hollywood. ATTA plays video games, the others have five drinks a piece and argue over the $48 bill 2An Arab male retrieved the package from ATTA at FedEx in Dubai UAE.

09SEP01

ATTA wired $2,860 to Mustafa AHMED in UAE. ATTA wired $5,000 to Mustafa AHMED in UAE lATTA and Marwan ALSHEHHI check out of the Panther Inn in Deerfield

10SEP01

Beach lATTA and Abdulaziz ALOMARI stay overnight at the Comfort Inn, South

11SEP01

Portland, Maine 2ATTA and Abdulaziz ALOMARI flew from Portland, Maine to Boston Massachusetts. ATTA possessed operating manuals for the Boeing 757 and 767, pepper spray; knives and German travel visas. ATTA, Abdul Aziz ALOMARI, Satam Al-SUQAMI, Wail ALSHEHRI, and Waleed ALSHEHRI hijacked American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767, which had departed from Boston; they flew flight 11 into the North Tower of the World Trade Center. 3Mohamed ATTA, age 33, born at Kafr el-Sheikh in Egypt's Nile Delta and brought up in Cairo. His father a lawyer. Education s adied architecture in

Cairo and town planning in Hamburg, trained as a pile* in Florida. Religious

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Mr. Krieg stated that the purpose of the interview was to respond to a congressional inquiry requesting that OIG report on visa issuances to 9/11 hijackers. He added that OIG's response would not identify specific visa adjudicators.

Mr. Henry Sizer, Grievance Attorney of the American Foreign Service Association, accompanied! |at the latter's request. j~ [answered the questions for the visa adjudicators as follows.

1. For the record, please tell me your name, present rank and position.

2. Were you the officer (or consular associate) who issued nonimmigrant visas to (names of applicants) on (dates) at (name of post)?

| ^examined thecomputerized consolidated consular database visafilesof Mohamed Atta who was issued an NTV on May 18, 2000 at Embassy Berlin.)

Yes.

3. Is this a copy of the application?

No, it must be an electronic reproduction because those applications were shredded after one year according to our standard destruction schedule for storage efficiency. We had very little storage space at EmbassyBerlin.

If no application is available, then why is it not available?

(See above)

4. Did you check the CLASS lookout system for his name, and what were the results?

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Yes. There were no "hits," that is, no derogatory information about him.

5. Did you interview this individual prior to issuing the visa?

Definitely not - No.

6. If not, why not?

Berlin's policy of expediting "good risk" TCNs (third country nationals) with a lengthy residency status and the fact that Atta met that with 5 to 6 years residency and other criteria meant that we would waive an interview for him. These long-time German residents were basically treated like German citizens. German citizens are part of the visa waiver program, and therefore they do not fill out visa applications nor apply for visas.

7. What was the policy at post regarding personal appearance waivers?

In addition to the above, only TCNs with less than 18 months to two years of residency were interviewed.

8. How were you informed of this policy? In writing? Orally? By whom?

Orally by the other office staff and my supervisor. I don't remember seeing anything in writing.

9. Were you personally given any instructions by your supervisors or superiors about asking applicants to appear in person for an interview?

I was told that if an applicant's paperwork gave the appearance that he might be an intending immigrant we would interview that person. Our focus was on stopping intending immigrants.

10. Did a travel agency submit the case?

No travel agencies were used in Germany.

11. If so, what was the policy at post regarding travel agency procedures?

N/A

12. How were you informed of this policy? In writing? Orally? By whom?

N/A

13. Would a personal interview of this applicant have helped you decide his eligibility for a visa, and why?

No, because he was a long-time resident. Atta met the criterion of being a quasi resident, and therefore it was reasonable to assume that he would return to Germany.

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details can you recall?

15. Did he present any documents in support of his application?

He would have had a passport, some form of residency status from the local German police district in Hamburg where he lived and source of income documents. I do not recall the specific documents.

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If so, can you recall any details of the documents that were presented?

No.

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What specific elements obtained from the interview or the application convinced you that this applicant was entitled to a visa?

I do not recall the specifics of this case. Looking at it now, Atta was a longtime resident of Germany, he was not an intending immigrant, and there were no "hits" on CLASS.

18. Did you have sufficient time to conduct the interview or review the application to your

satisfaction?

If not, how much time would you have preferred?

No. There was never enough time to interview the more than 25,000 applicants processed through Embassy Berlin each year. However, time was not the issue in this case. The questions on the interview form were not always the most useful in eliciting information about whether someone was a terrorist or not. We only had two officers that conducted interviews at that time and we could have used more. We needed not only more time but also better visa application forms with more useful details for the applicants to fill out.

19. If there were sufficient consular officers at post to conduct personal interviews of every visa applicant, would there have been sufficient interview windows, work space and support staff?

No. Embassy Berlin covered a vast region of Germany including Hamburg, and we did not have enough space or resources to handle the long lines that would develop outside. Applying for visas was a real problem for applicants residing in distant parts of the consular district.

20. What other elements would have helped you make a better decision regarding the applicant's eligibility for a visa and why?

Maybe better cooperation between the German police and other agencies at post would have helped. We needed better information. An FSN to investigate TCN visa application claims

would have been useful

At the time, I felt I made a good decision.

21. Did your superiors ever discuss the post's NTV refusal rates in general with you?

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22. Did your superiors ever counsel you to raise or lower your own refusal rate?

No. No pressure either way.

23. Did you or anyone in the consular section conduct NIV return validation studies? If not, why not?

Yes, they were done more or less ad-hoc. An FSN would telephone TCN applicants to follow-up on their return to Germany.

24. How well did you speak and read Arabic?

Not at all. It was not an issue since I spoke and read German.

25. Did the Department train you in this language?

I have no Arabic, but am proficient in German.

26. Do you consider that the training you received in the Department to carry out your visa adjudication responsibilities was adequate?

Not really. It would be much better if the Department would allow new consular officers go to a real post somewhere close by, like Mexico, for a week or two to get actual hands-on experience before going to their first overseas post.

27. If not, what additional training would have enabled you to do a better job?

Consular officers need more practical application training for carrying out visa procedures.

28. What other comments would you like to make at this time regarding this visa case?

I have really lost a lot of sleep over this whole thing,,, j_

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MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD

Event: Review of investigation conducted by the FBI of Atta's suitcases at Boston, MA

Date: February 10, 2004

Special Access Issues: none

Prepared by: Quinn John Tamm, Jr.

Team Number: 1A

On 09/11/2001, Mohammed Atta boarded US Airways Express Flight 5930 at the Jetport, Portland, ME. Atta check two suitcases, a brand name Travelpro pull-along suitcase, black in color and a brand name Travel Gear suitcase, green in color. Investigation determined that the Travel Gear suitcase belonged to Abdul Aziz al Omari. The Travelpro suitcase had US Airways baggage ticket LAX US 138529 and the Travel Gear suitcase had US Airways baggage ticket LAX US 138530. The tickets were attached to the suitcases, and recorded electronically in the database of US Airways and American Airlines. Both suitcases were check through to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The suitcases were to be transferred to American Airlines (AA) Flight 11, departing Logan International Airport (BOS) for LAX. US Airways flight 5930 departed from the Jetport, Portland, ME at 6:00 am and arrived at Logan International Airport at 7:00 am. AA Flight 11 departed from Logan Airport at 7:45 am. The reference for this information is FBI report form (FD-302) interview of Diane Gallagher, American Airlines passenger agent, and the passenger name record for Atta, maintained by American Airlines (265-A-NY-280350-302-19106).

Prior to departure, AA Flight 11, a Boeing 767 was serviced under the supervision of Salvatore P. Misuraca. A FBI report of interview is the source for this information (302-7431). Mr. Misuraca is a ramp service manager for American Airlines at Logan International Airport. He is responsible for the cleaning, fueling and baggage loading of American Airlines aircraft. On 09/11/2001 he supervised the cleaning, refueling and baggage loading of AA Flight 11. AA Flight 11 was an aircraft that arrived from San Francisco, CA at 6:00 am, and therefore was described as a "turn-around flight." Mr. Misuraca stated that at 7:30 Donald Bennett, the crew chief for Flight 11 received a call from a passenger service representative, stating that a passenger had just boarded Flight 11, and the passenger service representative wanted to determine if the passenger's two suitcases had arrived from US Airways. Mr. Bennett told the passenger service representative, also known as a gate agent, that the suitcases had arrived, but would not be put on Flight 11, because the baggage compartment had already been locked for departure. Mr. Misuraca noted that it was unusual for the passenger service representative to call the ramp crew, unless the affected passenger has asked about the baggage.

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The suitcases were then given to Philip A. DePasquale, the baggage expediter for American Airlines at Logan International Airport. There is a FBI report of interview for Mr. DePasquale (302-46163). Mr. DePasquale placed new tags on the suitcases and placed them on a baggage belt to be loaded on to AA Flight 181. After the crash of Flight 11 was reported, Mr. DePasquale examined the two suitcases. He stated that the tags on the two suitcases had a covert marking that indicated that the suitcases belonged to a passenger, "that was a security issue." Mr. DePasquale called Howard Crabtree, the senior ramp supervisor for American Airlines, and told him that what he had determined. Mr. Crabtree has a FBI report of interview (302-440). Mr. Crabtree examined the luggage and directed Mr. DePasquale tq open the suitcases.

When the suitcases were opened, Mr. DePasquale and Mr. Crabtree found a Koran, tapes on flying Boeing aircraft, a large folding knife, a pad with flight planning data, and an instrument for calculating the weight on an aircraft. Mr. Crabtree contacted the Massachusetts State Police (MSP). Sergeantf | arrived at the baggage office and took custody of the two suitcases.

The two suitcases were searched by FBI agents at the offices of Troop "F" of the MSP at Logan International Airport. The following items of interest were recovered from Atta's Travelpro suitcase:

Four page letter in Arabic Electronic flight computer with case Islamic Finder Prayer Schedule Simulator Check-ride procedures Flight planner sheets attached to cardboard Videotape of flight procedures for a Boeing 747-4000 Videotape of flight procedures for a Boeing 757-200 Plastic device for determining the affect of an aircraft's weight on range Folding knife Brand name "First Defense" Cayenne (red pepper) spray

The following items of interest were recovered from al-Omari's Travelgear suitcase:

Three English grammar books Arabic to English dictionary Perfume bottle Brand name Brylcream anti-dandruff hair dressing Saudi passport for al-Omari Hudson United Bank check book for al-Omari Three photographs Handkerchief Twenty dollar bill, US Currency

(302-1306)

It is presently unresolved if the two identified gate agents for American Airlines, Liset Frometa and Leyvi Nunez, called the ramp personnel servicing Flight 11 and asked if Atta's suitcases had been placed on to the flight. This could be accomplished with follow-up interviews of the two gate agents. Additionally, the American Airlines crew chief, Donald "Donnie" Bennett should be interviewed concerning his conversation with "passenger service representatives" about Atta's luggage.

There are two issues for the Commission to consider. First, is whether Atta intended his luggage be discovered and searched? Based on what is reported as having occurred, this is unlikely. The search of Atta's Travelpro suitcase provided early information about the nature of the Islamist threat, the probable links to al Qaeda, and the techniques used in the hijacking of the aircraft. Atta was concerned enough about whether his luggage had been switched from US Airways Flight 5930 to American Airlines Flight 11 that he made a last minute request to the gate agent about the suitcases. It is conclusive, that Atta did not want his suitcase to be discovered and searched.

The second issue is the identification of Atta as a "security issue." The two suitcases had a covert tag from US Airways to warn that Atta and his luggage were a security issue. When a last minute inquiry was made, apparently on the behalf of Atta, about the status of his suitcases, no one at American Airlines thought to search the luggage. After the terrorist attacks this would become standard procedure. It is unclear now what was the American Airlines' policy or the Federal Aviation Administration's policy pre-09/11/2001, for the search of luggage that may pose a threat, or be evidence of criminal activity.

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FBI personnel brought photocopies of various documents belonging to Mohamed

Mohamed Elamir Awad Elsayed ATTA (DPOB 1 September 1968, Kafr El Shikh, Egypt)

to the FDL for consultation. ATTA was allegedly one of the hijackers on AA 11, which was!*

the first plane to crash into the World Trade Center. The following information was

obtained from the document and computer checks.

The photocopies showed Egyptian passport #1617066, issued in Hamburg on 8 May 2000., as well as what appeared to be an Egyptian identity document, #M387555. The passport showed a German "Aufentshaltsbewilligung" (indicating residence) numbered R00352475, issued in Hamburg on 9 May 2000.

Only a few pages were photocopied. NIIS records indicate that ATTA made several entries

to the United States.

3 June 2000

Entered USA via Newark at OK 52 - Lexington Hotel, New York - Departed 4 January 2001 via IB 6122

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January 2001 Entered

USA via Miami via AA 69 - 516 W Laurel Rd, Nokomis, FL

Entered USA via Miami, flight unknown -

10001 W Atlantic Blvd, Coral

Springs, FL - Departed 7 July 2001 via AR 117

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July 2001 Entered USAvia Atlanta on 19 July 2001 - 401A Greensward #204 in Del Ray Beach, FL

NIIS indicates that ATTA travelled using a visa issued in Berlin on 18 May 2000. No other passengers were connected to ATTA for any of these entries.

A copy of ATTA's visa was obtained from the Texas Service Center along with a copy of

the approved 1-539. This form indicated the 516 W Laurel Road address in Nokomis, FL. The 1-539 was approved and ATTA was granted M-12 status.

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Mohamed ATTA Flight #11

DOE: 07/19/01 POE: Atlanta,Georgia Class of Entry: B-1 Visitor valid until 11/12/01 Country of Citizenship: Egypt Country of Residence: Germany

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ADMISSION DATE ADMITTED TO DATE PORT OF ENTRY

JAN 10, 2001 JUL 09, 2001 MIAMI FL

 

INSPECTOR NUMBER

1955

VISA ISSUE POST VISA ISSUE DATE

BERLIN MAY 18, 2000

 

ARRIVAL CARRIER AIRLINE FLIGHT NUMBER

 

TRAVEL MODE: AIR

 

INTENDED STREET ADDRESS INTENDED CITY ADDRESS

10001 W ATLANTIC BL CORAL SPRINGS

STATE:

 

MICROFILM NUMBER DEPARTURE

 

ACTUAL DEPARTURE CARRIER : AR

 

DEPARTURE

DATE

: JUL

07, 2001

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PORT OF DEPARTURE : MIAMI FL

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MICROFILM NUMBER DEPARTURE DEPARTURE DATE :

PORT OF DEPARTURE :

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DOB: 09/01/1968 COC: EGYPT

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STATE: NEW YORK

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DATE

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INS Record: bio2.230

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Immigrant Biograph (Office-Date-Immigrant NAME): Atta, Mohamad (Subject Name:Atta, Mohamad

PASSPORT NUMBER:

1617066

|COC: (Egypt

ADMISSION NUMBER:

(32421127909

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NUMBER:

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Immigrant Addmission Information

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GENDER:

INTENDED STREET Armoiroc.

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4. Admission Number: 32421 127909

LAST NAME:

GENDER:

PASSPORT

NUMBER:

VISA ISSUE

POST:

ADMISSION

NUMBER:

ADMISSION

DATE:

ARRIVAL

CARRIER:

ADMITTED

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CITY

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(05/28/1958):

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VISA ISSUE

DATE:

ADMISSION

STATUS:

PORT OF

ENTRY:

ARRIVAL FLIGHT NO. :

DEPARTURE

DATE:

401A Greensward 204J

.

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MIDDLE:

09/01/1968)

Egypt]

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LAST NAME:

GENDER:

PASSPORT

NUMBER:

VISA ISSUE

POST:

ADMISSION

NUMBER:

ADMISSION

DATE:

ARRIVAL

CARRIER:

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November 1, 2001

1300 hours

Mary Ellen O'Shea, Supervisory Inspector Massena, New York 13662;

Tel (315)764-0310 or 764-0677

Buffalo District Office

\ received information that possibly a male by the name of

Mohammad Atta, born 03-21^-68, may have applied for entry to the U.S. at the Massena POE. ;

A private citizen doing an internship with local authorities noticed

the name MOHAMMAD ATTA on list individuals who had appeared at the Massena Court for traffic violations.

I researched and found that M0HAMMAD ATTA, DOB 03/21/68

was inspected on 11/26/00 at the Massena PQE. accompanied by|

Pakistan. They were both admitted as visitors for pleasure. At this time MOHAMMAD ATTA wajs issued a citation by the New York State Police. He appeared at the Massena Town Court on 04/18/01

He was | a citizen

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to

pay the fine.

\

spoke with FBI Agent in Syracuse. She confirmed she had

knowledge of this. FBI Agent! knowledge of all this.

 

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SIGNIFICANT INCIDENT REPORT

1. The date, time, and location of the incident.

November 1 2001 2130 hrs at Buffalo, NY

2. The name and telephone number of the person making the report.

Winston Barrus, Deputy District

3. The location of the INS office with jurisdiction over the personnel involved. Buffalo, New York

Director, Buffalo, NY [

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4. A brief description of the incident. The attached memorandum dated 11/01/01 from Sll Mary Ellen O'Shea advised that a Mohammad ATTA DOB 03/21/68 was inspected at the Massena, NY POE on 11/26/00. This information came to light yesterday when an intern working for a pro §e. attorney seeking to file a law suit against the NYS police for discrimination against North American Indians regarding the issuance of traffic citations noticed the name Mohammad ATTA on a list of individuals who had appeared in Massena traffic

Upon receiving this information today Sll O'Shea conducted a search of POE inspections records. This resulted in an entry being located on a secondary inspection log form I-605

reflecting the admission of Mohammad ATTA and an associate'!

I a

citizen of Pakistan and a Canadian landed immigrant. The nationally code listed for Mr. ATTA on the I-605 was 80 which represents Canada.

Sll O'Shea contacted the Massena city court to verify th'e-.traffic citation information and a short time later she received a call from Syracuse FBI ageritl |

I

Mohammad ATTA information yesterday and that Sll O'Shea should not conduct any further investigation. She further advised Sll O'Shea that it was her understanding that the local news media in Massena was aware of this information.

ladvised Sll O'Shea that shewas made aware of the

Buffalo INV contacted the Syracuse FBI who advised that they are attempting to confirm weather or not a Mohammad ATTA who was inspected at Massena on 11/26/00 was the same subject involved in the September 11 attacks. The FBI faxed a photo of ATTA to Massena for viewing by the Judge, NYS trooper and a clerk of the court looking for a positive ID but this proved inconclusive. The FBI is currently hoping to lift a finger print from the traffic citation paperwork in hopes of making a conclusive ID. In the meantime they are conducting surveillance of residences in Cornwall and Alexandria, Ontario obtained from court records.

It appears ATTA and his associates were referred for secondary inspection on 11/26/00 because ATTA was operating a vehicle with a suspended driver's license. This resulted in NYS police being called to the POE and the traffic citation being issued. If this subject is the Mohammad ATTA related to the attacks it would appear he may have presented a false Canada citizenship card or passport which would explain the nationality code of 80 recorded on the I-605. Records reflect that both subjects were admitted as B2 visitors.

We will advise immediately when more information becomes available.

5. The identity and current location of any injured or deceased persons(s), including an

assessment of the extent of injuries. N/A

6. The identity and current location of:

a) INS personnel involved in the incident.

N/A

b) Witnesses (INS and civilian).

N/A

7. Firearms incidents only: The type of firearm(s) used, number of shots fired, and the current location of all firearms used in the incident. N/A

8. Other law enforcement organizations notified. Have any of these initiated an investigation?

FBI

9. Actual or expected media interest, including information released to the media.

The media appears to have knowledge of this information. terrorist ATTA media reports can be expected.

If subject is confirmed to be

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MOHAMED W ,, ATLANTIC ATTA BU/D

TYPE LIC: CLASS E OPERATOR

CUPJIENT LICENSE ISSUED: 05/02/2001 EXPIRES: 09/01/2007

LICENSE NOT VALID

CORAL SPRINGS

FL 33071

DOB: 09/01/6S HT : 508 RACE: 0 SEX: M

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ADMISSION NUMBER CLASSIFICATION DATE EXTENDED ADMITTED TO DATE ITINERARY ITINERARY (CON'T) BOND FLAG NOTATIONS CONTROL OFFICE ADJUST TO PERM RESIDENT ALIEN NUMBER

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