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Yoel Tobin

From: Raj De [rde@9-11commission.gov]
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 3:13 PM
To: team1@9-11commission.gov
Subject: FW: DoD document responses

FYI re DoD Req 3 - please see Dianna if you want to review the documents that have come in so far; Melissa has
not yet made copies for the hallway safe

Original Message
From: Raj De [mailto:rde@9-llcommission.gov]
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 2:04 PM
To: dmarcus@9-llcommission.gov; sdunne@9-llcommission.gov; dsnell@9-llcommission.gov
Cc: TeamlA@9-llcommission.gov; mjacobson@9-llcommission.gov
Subject: FW: DoD document responses

Dan and Steve,

Yesterday was the deadline for all responsive MFRs from DoD (the deadline for URs was Nov 26). Hyon has
reviewed the documents produced to date (a stack about 7 in high), and her initial unclassified remarks are
below. I spoke with Stewart on Friday, November 21 (from Los Angeles), when he informed me that there was an
issue with the classification of some of the MFRs. We worked out an arrangement whereby DoD was to produce
these documents on schedule but would stamp these documents "Classification to be Determined" (so that we
could review them while the classification issue was worked out). Last week, I received a voicemail from Stewart
(which was left on my personal cell phone and was not retrieved until yesterday) in which he stated that he had
spoken with Dan subsequent to my conversation with him, and that an agreement was reached whereby the
MFRs in question would not be produced until the classification issue was resolved. I am not sure where things
stand today.

I am relaying this information by way of suggesting that since the DoD deadline has now passed, the Front Office
should evaluate whether DoD is in compliance (perhaps by touching base with our POCs to see where they stand
on production). If not, we should issue the subpoena.

Raj

Original Message
From: Hyon Kim [mailto:hkim@9-llcommission.gov]
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 1:41 PM
To: rde@9-llcommission.gov
Cc: dsnell@9-llcommission.gov
Subject: DoD document responses

I have looked at the document responses from DoD. The problems are as follows:

Out of the 111 individuals listed in DoD Document Request No. 3 and the four supplements, there are
responses for 10 individuals. Although DoD may have provided other responsive materials, it is
impossible to determine if they have done so because in more than half the documents the detainee's
name has been redacted. DoD's response does not refer at all to the document requests, so we do not
know whether there are no documents for a particular individual, or if the individual is not in DoD custody.

There are a very small number of MFRs in comparison to the number of IIRs.

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There are numerous documents that do not correlate to any individual on the document request and
supplements.

There are significantly more redactions on the documents than on the comparable responses from CIA,
often entire pages of a document.

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Yoel Tobin

From: Raj De
Sent: Friday, December 19, 2003 4:20 PM
To: Team 1; Team 1 A; Team 4
Subject: FW: 9/11 Commission Doc Req No 3

Hello all -

Below is some information re DoD Req 3. As you are aware, some materials have been provided to the
Commission. Under the agreement reached with the Front Office, ASPs and RTBs will not be produced, but may
be available for staff to review at DoD. ASPs and RTBs are, from what I understand, essentially summary
analytic products created for prosecution purposes - thus, they usually gather all source intelligence info re
particular individuals. Several of the individuals for whom DoD is making ASPs and RTBs available are
individuals in whom various teams have expressed an interest, so I just wanted to pass along the info below.
Because of classification issues, the individuals are identified by request number and letter.

Raj

Original Message
From: Aly, Stewart, Mr, DoD OGC [mailto:alys@dodgc.osd.mil]
Sent: Friday, December 19, 2003 3:14 PM
To: Raj De; Aly, Stewart, Mr, DoD OGC; Dan Marcus
Cc: Steve Dunne; Dieter Snell; Downs, Pat, Ms, OSD-USDI; Deitz, Robert, Mr, DoD OGC; Dalton, William, Mr,
DoD OGC; Dan.Levin@usdoj.gov; Lehner, Johnathan, Mr, DoD OGC; Lussier, Norm, Mr, DoD OGC
Subject: RE: 9/11 Commission Doc Req No 3

Raj:

It has taken longer than I thought to go over our files, and we have lost the lawyer who worked this up to a
new job at NASA.

The following ASPs are at hand:

ASPs:
Supp. #1i
Supp. #2m
Supp. #2q
Supp. #3a
Supp. #3u
Supp. #3v
Supp. #3w
Supp. #3x
Supp. #3y
Supp. #3z
Supp. #3aa
Supp. #3bb
Supp. #3dd

As to RTBs, we have a group of about 20 but many of them we are not able to match to your list. I asked for
samples to evaluate, and it appears that a number of familiar names were selected rather than responsive ones.
We did not do a full search for all RTBs responsive to your request, as we knew they would not be releasable.
Also we have had some difficulty in matching names. The bottom line is that I expect we have more RTBs than
these three, but these are the ones we have identified and have at hand.

Request No. 3q

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'upp. #2q
Supp. #3dd

If you believe that a review of ASPs or sources for RTBs would be useful, please give me a call, I would
like to discuss the best way to proceed to find anything you may be able to use.

Stew

—Original Message—
From: Raj De [mailto:rde@9-llcommission.gov]
Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2003 18:59
To: Aly, Stewart, Mr, DoD OGC; Dan Marcus
Cc: Steve Dunne; Dieter Snell; Downs, Pat, Ms, OSD-USDI; Deitz, Robert, Mr, DoD OGC; Dalton, William,
Mr, DoD OGC; Dan.Levin@usdoj.gov
Subject: RE: 9/11 Commission Doc Req No 3

Thanks, Stewart. We would in fact appreciate it if you would send the Commission the list of the 20 or so
individuals for whom ASPs have been set aside for staff review and for whom RTB source documents are
available. Thanks again,

Raj
Rajesh De
Counsel
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks
Upon the United States
T: 202.331.4368
F: 202.296.5545
Secure: 31113
rde@9-11commission.gov

Original Message
From: Aly, Stewart, Mr, DoD OGC [mailto:alys@dodgc.osd.mil]
Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 4:08 PM
To: Dan Marcus
Cc: Steve Dunne; Dieter Snell; Raj De; Downs, Pat, Ms, OSD-USDI; Deitz, Robert, Mr, DoD OGC;
Dalton, William, Mr, DoD OGC; 'Dan.Levin@usdoj.gov1
Subject: 9/11 Commission Doc Req No 3

Dan:

This email confirms our conversation last Friday concerning request
number 3. We have conducted a search and provided the MFRs and MRs we
found which are responsive to this request.

As to the Analyst Support Packages (ASP), we have identified ASPs on
about 20 of the individuals. There may be ASPs on other individuals, and we are
continuing to review our records to identify them. We do not believe they are
responsive to this request, as each is essentially a compendium summarizing all
source information on the individual which does not clearly indicate which
information comes from which source. These summaries do not address the
subject matter of the request.

As to the RTBs, we have identified approximately 20 on individuals listed
in your request. These documents are prepared in connection with the

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preparation of cases which may be tried before military tribunals, and are under
the jurisdiction of the prosecution team. Each contains a factual summary with
sources of the information in each paragraph annotated.

We are not providing the ASPs to the Commission as they are not
responsive, but we are prepared to allow access for you to review them to see if
they lead you to any helpful information. We are not providing the RTBs because
of their prosecutorial nature, but we are prepared to provide you with a list of
source documents for any of them on your request-

Please let me know whether the Commission seeks to review any of the
ASPs or wants a source list for any of the RTBs. We can identify the ones we
have for you if you like.

Thanks, Stew

Original Message
From: rde@9-llcommission.gov [mailto:rde@9-llcommission.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2003 17:30
To: alys@osdgc.osd.mil
Cc: dmarcus@9-llcommission.gov; sdunne@9-llcommission.gov; dsnell@9-
llcommission.gov
Subject: 9/11 Commission Doc Req No 3

Stewart,

Thanks for speaking with me this afternoon. As we discussed, I am
writing to
identify the individual that we would suggest using as a test sample in
order
to determine whether we have identified the appropriate materials for
DoD to
provide in response to DoD Request No. 3 (and the supplements
thereto). That
individual is identified as letter "w" in the original Request dated
June 6,
2003.

My understanding of the process going forward then, is that the folks
at your
end will pull one sample ASP for individual "w." Once you and Pat have
had an
opportunity to review what the ASP represents, and to determine
precisely what
other type of custodial interview materials exist, we can resolve
whether the
ASPs will be sufficient for the Commission's purposes. At the end of
the day,
the Commission is interested in receiving whatever materials DoD
considers the
closest thing to a transcript, write-up, report, or first-hand summary
of any
given custodial interview.

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As you suggested, I would appreciate it if you would confer with Pat
regarding
this issue. Thanks again for your cooperation, and please feel free to
follow
up with Dan Marcus, Steve Dunne, or me.

Raj

Rajesh De
Counsel
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks
Upon the United States
T: 202-331-4368
F: 202-296-5545
Secure: 31113
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Yoel Tobin

From: Dan Marcus
Sent: Friday, February 06. 2004 2:06 PM
To: I 9/11 Closed by S t a t u t e

Cc: Team 1; Team 1 A; Team 4
Subject: FW: DCi Doc Req No 4

Scott: per the request that you and Rudy made at our New Year's meeting and you reminded me of yesterday,
here is our cut-back list. Because it turns out that the three teams involved here are interested in people for
different, reasons, the cutback is not as great as you hoped - but it is still a very substantial reduction. I endorse
the reasonable caveats suggested by Raj.
I Ivou may want to pass this on to RR.
Original Message
From: Raj De
Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004. 8:10 PM
To: Dan Marcus
Cc: Team 1; Team 1A; Team 4
Subject: DCI Doc Req No 4

Hey Dan,

Teams 1,1 A, and 4 have consulted, and we have narrowed the list of individuals for whom would like to continue
receiving monthly updates per DCI Document Request Number 4 to about half (64 of 114) the original number.
We would, however, request two significant caveats in making this compromise:

1) The Commission reserves the right to name new individuals and/or rename any of those removed from
the original requests as the need arises in the future.
2) The DCI will provide reporting from ANY individual (whether or not the individual is named on our original
requests) that bears directly on the 9/11 operation. This requirement should not be a significant burden
as presumably any such reporting must have been brought to the attention of the DRG.

Following is the list of individuals for whom we would like to continue receiving monthly updates:

Original Request: a, b, c, d, e, f, g, i, I, m, p, q, r, s, u, v, w, y, aa, cc, ee, kk

First Supplement: a, b, c, d, e, i

Second Supplement: b, e, f, g, i, j, k, I, m, o, s, u, v, w

Third Supplement: b, c, g, h, i, j, n, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z, aa, bb, cc, dd

Fourth Supplement: a

Fifth Supplement: a

Rajesh De
Counsel
National Commission on Teirorist Attacks
Upon the United States
T: 202.331.4368
F: 202.296.5545
Secure: 31113
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Yoel Tobin

From: Yoel Tobin
Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 4:50 PM
To: Raj De
Cc: Team 1
Subject: RE: DCI Doc Req No 4

In addition to those that you and'Team 4%ant to keep receiving, we have the following additions:

Original Request: m, p, u, cc, ee

First Supplement: a, b

Second Supplement: g, k, I, o, u

Third Supplement: n

Fourth Supplement: a

Fifth Supplement: a

Thanks!

Original Message
From: Raj De
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 7:01 PM
To: Dieter Snell; Hyon Kim; Yoel Tobin; Nicole Grandrimo
Cc: Dan Marcus
Subject: DCI Doc Req No 4

Hello all -

As I mentioned earlier, Dan M. has asked that we reduce the number of persons for whom the CIA must
search with respect to the monthly updates to DCI Doc Req No 4. Here is a tentative cut for those Team
1A would like to keep on the list (Hyon and Dieter, please let me know if there is anybody else I may have
missed). Please take a look tomorrow and let me know if there are additional persons you would like to
keep on the list. Thanks,

Raj

Original Request: a, b, c, d, e, g, I, q, s, v, w, y, aa

First Supplement: d, e, i

Second Supplement: b, e, f, i, j, v, w

Third Supplement: b, g, h, I, j

Fourth Supplement: none

Fifth Supplement: none

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Rajesh De
Counsel
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks
Upon the United States
T: 202.331.4368
F: 202,296.5545
Secure: 31113
rde@9-11commission.gov

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RajDe

From: Doug Greenburg
Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 11:30 AM
To: Raj De
Cc: Dan Marcus
Subject: RE: DCI Doc Req No 4

Raj

Here are our additions to what you had:

Original Request: f, i, r, kk

First Supplement: c,

Second Supplement: m, s

Third Supplement: c, r through dd

Fourth Supplement: no additions

Fifth Supplement: no additions

Original Message
From: Raj De
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 7:40 PM
To: Doug Greenburg
Subject: FW: DCI Doc Req No 4

Hey Doug,

Sorry, I just left you off this a few minutes ago. Let me know if you have any additions.

Raj

Original Message
From: Raj De
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 7:01 PM
To: Dieter Snell; Hyon Kim; Yoel Tobin; Nicole Grandrimo
Cc: Dan Marcus
Subject: DCI Doc Req No 4

Hello all -

As I mentioned earlier, Dan M. has asked that we reduce the number of persons for whom the CIA must
search with respect to the monthly updates to DCI Doc Req No 4. Here is a tentative cut for those Team
1A would like to keep on the list (Hyon and Dieter, please let me know if there is anybody else I may have
missed). Please take a look tomorrow and let me know if there are additional persons you would like to
keep on the list. Thanks,

Raj

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Original Request: a, b, c, d, e, g, I, q, s, v, w, y, aa

First Supplement: d, e, i

Second Supplement: b, e, f, i, j, v, w

Third Supplement: b, g, h, I, j

Fourth Supplement: none

Fifth Supplement: none

Rajesh De
Counsel
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks
Upon the United States
T: 202.331.4368
F: 202.296.5545
Secure: 31113
rde@9-11commission.gov

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Yoel Tobin

From: Yoel Tobin
Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 1:51 PM
To: Team 1; Team 4; Team 6; Dianna Campagna
Subject: MFR of Fitzgerald interview

We have finalized the MFR, and it is on the classified share drive in the Team 1 folder, Interviews & MFRs
subfolder. Dianna, I will give you a paper copy when it's convenient for you, just let me know.

After Team 6 has read the MFR, perhaps we can discuss scheduling another interview with him.

Thanks to everyone for their help on this.

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Yoel Tobin

From: Melissa Coffey
Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2003 1:13 PM
To: Team 1
Cc: Susan Ginsburg
Subject: DCI #4 and FBI #3

Hello Teams 1 and 1 A,

I wanted to let you know that all of the responses and updates for DCI #4 and FBI #3 have been added to their
respective folders. DCI #4 can be found in the second and third drawers of the hall safe, and FBI #3 can be found
on the shelves in the hallway.
I have yet to catch up on the DOD responses.

Additionally, for Team 1 A, ACS Material from 11/07/03 forward and miscellaneous requests documents can be
found in the bottom drawer of the hall safe.

Graham said the combinations for the new safes will not be here until next week because of the holidays.

I am off the rest of today and Friday, but will return on Monday. Have a wonderful New Year!

Melissa Coffey
Staff Assistant
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the U.S.
202-331-4080 tel
202-296-5545 fax

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CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20505

Office of General Counsel

30 March 2004

•</>-
Mr. Daniel Marcus, General Counsel
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks
Upon the United States
Third Floor
2100 K Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20427

Re: (U) Additional Responses to Item No. l.a and l.b of the
Seventh Supplement to DCI Document Request No. 4

Dear Mr. Marcus:

(U) Enclosed please find document Nos. 0400940 through 0400963
responsive to Item Nos. l.a and l.b of the Seventh Supplement to DCI
Document Request No. 4 (DR#4), issued by The National Commission on
Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (the Commission) on
25 March 2004. Please pass copies of the enclosed TDs to Mr. Dieter
Snell, a Commission staffer, as soon as possible.

(U) Document No. 0400942 contains information concerning
Zacarias Moussaoui. The Commission should take particular care with
this document and all Moussaoui documents as they are not only
classified, but are also subject to the Moussaoui Non-Disclosure
Agreement.

Downgrade to UNCLASSIFIED when CL BY:
Separated from attachments CL REASON:
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Enclosures:
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Federal Bureau of Investigation

Washington, D. C. 20535-0001

February 12,2004

Daniel Marcus, General Counsel
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
Suite 300
2100KStreet,N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
RE: Commission's Request for Documents
Dear Mr. Marcus: "\J " '
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In response to the Commissions Request for Documents, please find the ' '•
following:

Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #2-a;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #2-s;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #2-t;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #3-a;
Documents responsive to Document Request 10-la;
Documents responsive to Document Request 10-lb;
Documents responsive to Document Request 10-li;
Documents responsive to Document Request 18-1;
Documents responsive to Document Request 18-2;
Documents responsive to Document Request 23-5c;
Documents responsive to Document Request 23-5d;
Documents responsive to Document Request 23-5h;
Documents responsive to Document Request 23-5p;
Documents responsive to Document Request 24-2;
Documents in response to Miscellaneous Request #26 [Documents Requested by
Commission Staffer Doug Greenberg - Attachments for NY FD 302];
Documents in response to Miscellaneous Request #27 [Documents Requested by
Commission Staffer Doug Greenberg/Financial Timeline - Hijackers/Facilitators
Spreadsheet];
1 Floppy Disc -Documents in response to Miscellaneous Request #27 [Documents
Requested by Commission Staffer Doug Greenberg/Financial Timeline -
Hijackers/Facilitators Spreadsheet];
Daniel Marcus

Documents in response to Miscellaneous Request #28 [Documents Requested by
Commission Staffer Dieter Snell - Germany Trip]
Documents in response to Miscellaneous Request #29 [Documents Requested by
Commission Staffer Chris Healey].

This is part of the FBI's rolling production and thus may be supplemented in the
future. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 202-324-9613.

Sincerely,

Robert S. Sinton
Assistant General Counsel
£ffc£ 0
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Washington, D. C. 20535-0001

January 27, 2004

Daniel Marcus, General Counsel
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
Suite 300
2100KStreet,N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
RE: Commission's Request for Documents
Dear Mr. Marcus:
In response to the Commissions Request for Documents, please find the
following:

• Documents responsive to Document Request l-8d: Memoranda of Understanding
between Field Offices and other Federal Agencies - Newark Field Office
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-lz;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-1 aa;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-1 ee;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-Iff;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-lgg;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-lhh;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-lii;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-111;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-lnn;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #2-y;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #3-f.

This is part of the FBI's rolling production and thus may be supplemented in the
future. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 202-324-9613.

Sincerely,

Robert S. Sinton
Assistant General Counsel
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Washington, D. C. 20535-0001

January 23, 2004

Daniel Marcus, General Counsel
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
Suite 300
2100KStreet,N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
RE: Commission's Request for Documents
Dear Mr. Marcus:
In response to the Commissions Request for Documents, please find the
following:

Documents responsive to Document Request l-8a: Field Office Organizational
Charts, etc. for Washington Field Office;
Documents responsive to Document Request l-8c: Memoranda of Understanding
-San Diego Field Office;
Documents responsive to Document Request l-8j: JTTF Organizational Charts,
etc, for Washington Field Office;
Documents responsive to Document Request 2-la;
Video Tape responsive to Document Request 2-la;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-In;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3-1 o;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #3-y;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #3-z;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #3-bb;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #3-dd;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #3-ee - 2 Packets;
Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #4-a;
Documents responsive to Document Request 10-la;
Daniel Marcus from Robert Sinton; January 23, 2004

Documents in response to Miscellaneous Request #21 [Documents Responsive to
Commission Visit to Phoenix Field Office]
• Documents in response to Miscellaneous Documents for the Commission #3
("Terrorism and Civil Disturbance Threat Assessment" January 2004)

This is part of the FBI's rolling production and thus may be supplemented in the
future. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 202-324-9613.

Sincerely,

.
Robert S. Sinton
Assistant General Counsel
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Washington, D. C. 20535-0001

January 14, 2004

Daniel Marcus, General Counsel
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
Suite 300
2100KStreet,N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
RE: Commission's Request for Documents
Dear Mr. Marcus:
In response to the-Commissions Request for Documents, please find the
following:

• Documents responsive to Document Request 2-li;
• Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #l-f;
• Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #l-h
• Documents responsive to Document Request 3 Supplemental #3-cc - 2 Packets.

This is part of the FBI's rolling production and thus may be supplemented in the
future. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 202-324-9613.

Sincerely,

Robert S. Sinton
Assistant General Counsel