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Primary Case: 80-LA-240337 Case Title: (U) MEDIA RELATIONS


- GENERAL
CORRESPONDENCE;
HQ NOTIFICATIONS -
HORIZON
Serial Number: 732

Serialized: 10/31/2008

Initiated: 07/31/2012

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Serial #: 732 Type: EC

From: LOS ANGELES To: LOS ANGELES

Document Title: LISTING OF SAC GOMEZ'S LIAISON MEETINGS, SPEECH

Approval Date: 10/31/2008

Classification: U

Contents

Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 10/31/2008

To: Los Angeles

From: Los Angeles


CT Division
Contact: SAC Steven L. Gomez,|:| b6

Approved By: Gomez Steven L

Drafted By: Gomez Steven L

Case ID #: 188A-LA-224327 (Pending)


80F—LA-228393 (Pending)
80-LA-A239988 (Pending)
80-LA-C239992 (Pending)

Title: SAC'S LIAISON, SPEECH,


COMMUNITY OUTREACH, AND
OFFICIAL/MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
LOS ANGELES FIELD OFFICE (LAFO)

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Synopsis: Listing of SAC Gomez's liaison meetings, speech


events, community outreach efforts, and management activities for
October 2008.

Details: This communication details SAC Gomez's liaison


meetings, speech events, community outreach efforts, and
management activities for October 2008.

Liaison:

On 10/01/2008, SAC Gomez visited the Ventura RA and met


with Ventura CT personnel and local officials from the law
enforcement community.

On 10/02/2008, SAC Gomez visited the Santa Maria RA and


met with Santa Maria CT personnel. SAC Gomez and CT SAI:I b6
met with the Central Coast Terrorism Working Group,
Santa Maria.

On 10/03/2008, SAC Gomez hosted the CT Case


Coordination Meeting with the CT/FBILA staff and officials from
various law enforcement agencies in LAHQ.

On 10/03/2008 and 10/09/2008, SAC Gomez and the staff


met with cast members of the FBI-related film "Unthinkable" to
lend authenticity to their film.

On 10/06/2008, SAC Gomez participated in a Press


Conference which related to ERT body recovery assistance to the
LAPD (body recovery of Roger Dale Madison) in Ventura County. In
summary, the following matters were discussed at the Press
Conference: Introduction and our role in and support of LAPD's
efforts; ERT and its mission; identification, collect, and
preserve; support law enforcement partners; 40 employees;
specially trained/equipped for evidence collection as
introduction in court; today's ERT trained in human remains
recovery, photo and explosives, and crime scene processing;
trained for outdoor crime scenes; time/manner of death, identify
victim; ERT deals with large, complicated scenes or S/W in
various jurisdictions; we are committed to assisting our partners
in this investigation.

On 10/08/2008, SAC Gomez met with AUSPl:| b6


regarding FBI-USAO investigations at the U. S. Attorney's Office.

On 10/08/2008, SAC Gomez attended an official screening


of a law enforcement feature film at Warner Bros. Studios,
Burbank.

On 10/09/2008, SAC Gomez attended the LAPD's First


Planning Meeting regarding the 2009 Intelligence Conference at
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Los Angeles.

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cities across the country. as inquired whether the production team may visit FBI facilities,
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use the FBI Seal in the motion picture.

Accord'n l the FBI’s Office of Public Affairs has reviewed the script and has had numerous
exchanges wit land the IBoth gentleman have agreed to
address concerns regarding the FBI 5 posrtion on torture and the protection of civil, rights.

The FBI will support this production, to the extent possible given its ongoing investigative and
operational demands, assuming heretofore promised changes to .the script have been addressed.

The FBI plans to provide access to the FBI Los Angeles Field Office and meetings with FBI Los
Angeles personnel to necessary production personnel and crew within acceptable limits and guidelines
and subject to the availability and schedule of appropriate FBI personnel. Additionally the FBI will
. make available for purchase certain official FBI apparel, mementos and desk supplies to facilitate
realistic props, set decoration and costumes.

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commitment to upholding the Constitution and civil rights, and our efforts to eliminate weapons of
mass destruction by incorporating the recommendations previously agreed to by e—mail and phone
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FBI Seal in your set decorations is valid only for the movie described above, and includes domestic
and foreign distribution in all media known and unknown in perpetuity. It will be necessary for you
to request permission to use the FBI Sea] in other endeavors. As well, the FBI Seal may not be used
in advertising or promotion; such use would be a violation of the federal statutes and regulations
prohibiting its commercial exploitation.

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As per your conversation with|:|last week, he has asked I send you a copy of latest draft of
‘Unthinkable.’ He looks fon/vard to your comments.

Please let me know if you would prefer a hard copy mailed to you.

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script. With my knowledge,|:|met with them and helped them smooth out some details. I
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Sidne Kimmel Entertainment now is ready to move toward, and the attached is the latest draft
|:y_|has of the script. The script is 120 pages; load paper!

In this e-mail,|:|is notifying Media Rep I:Iof Baltimore of plans by SKE


people to come to Baltimore as soon as next week to talk since the movie would be filmed there
in part, or at least based there. Sort of like Lakeshore and Portland on “Untraceable.”

Please O&A this to yourself, due 9/28/07. I do not know when any filming will be done, but you
will coordinate things from the CPA perspective.

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you will be the CPA contact, assist as needed, work with as needed, do the release
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would like you to be there as well. Offer.

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and meeting with the folks fromfine ' l Entertainme Attached is a copy of the
scriptf " nthinkable". We've met with them twice, and the writer is hard at work making
changes t reflect our commitment and integrity with respect to the oath we took to uphold and
defend the Constitution and civil rights, and the compromising position their female character is
placed. They are also re-working a scene on the front end where their principle male
character/interrogator, kills two agents who attempt to execute a warrant at his residence, and we
are asked to turn a blind eye and sweep it under the carpet because he is a highly sensitive
government asset. They've been impressed that this would not happen and the killing of two
agents would not be "swept under the carpet".

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requests, press conferences, and the distribution of press releases for the time
period 03/04/2007 through 03/31/2007

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congressional affairs duties, the following list memorialiaes various significant
contacts with the media, including interviews requested and conducted and
other liaison efforts during the period 03/04/ 2007 through present:

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from the Maryland Film Office, along with severe members of SKE
Pro uctions, Hollywood, California, who are in town for a pro-shooting scout
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Office. SA conducted the tour, introduced the guests to the Executive
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related issues. SA Ibelievesthe tour had a positive effect or} the
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Approval Date: 04/18/2008


Classification: U

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To: Director's Office Attn: Investigative Publicity and


Public Affairs

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Approved BV: Grant Robert D

Case ID #: 80—HQ—1077659 (Pending)

Title: PUBLIC AFFAIRS MATTERS


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MOTION PICTURE PUBLIC ENEMIES

Synopsis: To report official travel of SA: to


Milwaukee Division in support of the motion picture Public
Enemies .

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other production personnel specifically requested SA
provide technical assistance and firearms training during pre—
production and filming of the Universal Studios' motion picture
Public Enemies. Chicago Division SAC Robert D. Grant authorized
SAEto provide this assistance in his official ca acit .
Investigative Publicity and Public Affairs Unit Chiefl I
and Public Affairs SpecialistI |were notified
of and concurred with this assignment.

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consultation during the filming of the Little Bohemia shooting in
Wisconsin. SAC Grant authorized SA :to travel to
Wisconsin in his official capacity for this assignment. The
Milwaukee Division was notified and concurred. As such,
anticipated that SA will be on-set in Wisconsin from
04/21/2008 to 05/02/2008. Please note that as the production
schedule is fluid, actual dates may vary slightly. The sets will
be located in or around Minocqua, Wisconsin and Madison,
Wisconsin.

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TELEVISION MOVIES -

Synopsis: (U) Email request froml IMcLarty Associates,


on behalf of] [seeking FBI assistance.

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We have another request for assistance froml Istarted his career as a
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Enemy). We, the FBI, worked with him on the 2009 motion picture Public Enemyl |
where we provided script and technical assistance during the filming.

Oftentimes, the FBI will receive a request from motion picture writers or producers who are working on a
project that will feature the FBI. (Kingdom, Might Heart, Breach). We have found that offering our experts
up for background interviews have helped the movies not be so grossly inaccurate. Most of the time,
Hollywood writers do not seek our input and oftentimes they get it wrong. So when given the opportunity
to educate the writers/producers we have found we are in a better position to possibly have them portray
the FBI in a positive light and with accuracy, or fairly close to accurate.

He will be in DC the week of September 12th and is requesting to meet with some experts in the Criminal
Division as part of his untitled motion picture on piracy in southeast Asia. He is also currently writing
another movie with a cyber heist theme and recently met with representatives in the Cyber Division.

He is specifically asking to talk to an expert at the FBI regarding maritime security and piracy in
Southeast Asia. I’m writing to find out, 1) if we have such an expert who could discuss maritime
investigations/issues in Asia and 2) would he/she be available next week to talk to off— he
the—record. The purpose of this meeting is to educate him and to ensure he gets our role in maritime
investigations accurately. These background briefings are not for attribution.

Any questions, please give me a call. Thanks.

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Subject: Meeting request-~Southeast Asia piracy

My name is: and I’m a Research Assistant at McLarty Associates in Washington DC. I received
your contact information from my colleague|:|whom I believe has been working with ou on a
project involving cyber security. lam reaching out to you on behalf of Ambassador|:|whom lam
assisting with another project. My apologies for this out-of—the-blue appeal, but we wanted to contact you
regarding a meeting request with someone from the F.B.I. on the subject of maritime security and piracy in 105
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One of the many sides of our firm’s business involves consulting in film and media production projects — the
”behind the scenes" in Hollywood in an effort to make sure stories ' re informed. a "curate, and
politically/culturally sensitive. At the moment, we are working with on a new film project built b6

around piracy in and around Indonesia] IALI,


HEAT, THE AVIATOR, COLLATERAL, HANCOCK, THE KINGDOM, MIAMI VICE, PUBLIC ENEMIES) with Whom we
have worked in the past and has repeatedly proven that he understands the value in solid research.

While he realizes that this is very short notice, he is planning a trip to Washington DC next week with the hopes
of bein led through the worlds of piracy and counter-piracy in Southeast Asia. Really, this is a chance for
do ask questions of people who know the field best and explore how he can craft a story that is true,
honest, avoids cheap simplifications, and takes most people into a world about which they know little while b6
allowing those who are familiar with it to walk away satisfied that they got the story right.

Might you have the contact information of an F.B.|. representative in the Washington DC area with whom you
feel it might be helpful for to meet? Of course, we will respect any ground rules you need to set or
whatever confidentiality boundaries are requested, and he would be more than happy to speak off the record.
Should you have any questions surrounding the project or the type of questions they may have, I will gladly do
my best to answer them directly.

Thank you in advance for your consideration,

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Per our discussion, I am writing to request the FB files listed below in conjunction with
the research we are doing for our project entitleaipLIC ENEMIES. While the files are
available in part online, we are hoping to look at the ful files. Please let me know if
you need any additional information from me in order to move forward.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Best regards;

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Files:
Barker/Karpis Gang —— 76,159 pages
a. Hamm Kidnapping —- 5,249 pages
b. Edward Bremer Kidnapping —— 70,910 pages

Barnes, George "Machine Gun Kelly" —— 8,748 pages

Bonnie and Clyde (summary) —— 3 pages


(Additional 461 pages, mainly newspaper articles, most of which illegible.)

Dillinger, John (Gang) —- 36,952 pages

Floyd, Charles "Pretty Boy" (see Pretty Boy Floyd and Kansas City Massacre
summary) —— 15,786 pages

Kansas City Massacre (see Floyd, Charles "Pretty Boy")

Karpis, Alvin —— 2,360 pages

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published in 2004. As you know, it is about the FBI "war on cri e against Dillinger, Baby
Face Nelson, Karpis, etc. We are focusing the film on Dillinger and Melvin Purvis. What
keeps asking for, and what we need help with, is any sort of forensic or
SCientiiic investigatory tools that would have helped Purvis get Dillinger. A art from
setting up a network of informants, what else would have helped them? What is
specifically interested in are early wiretap methods. Who had phones in those days? How
would the early FBI have tapped phones? Any specific details is what he is looking b6
for...he wants this scene to be very authentic ..... from setting up the equipment to the
retrieval of the information, how would this have worked? I also mentiOned to you that we
need this quickly, is hoping to have a finished draft in the next few weeks. My
apologies for making our deadline an issue, since I know you are swamped! Any help would
be greatly appreciated.

All best, |:|


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PmnmyCasm 80-HQ-1077659 Casefiflm (U) PUBLIC AFFAIRS MATTERS
DOCUMENTARIES TELEVISION
MOVIES -

SefialNumben 12157

Sefimhem 02/26/2008
Inmamd: 06/11/2012

Details
Serial #2 12157 Type: EC

DocumentTiIIE: OPA APPROVES OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL COOPERATION,

Approval Date: 02 / 2 6/2 0 08


Classification: U

Conmnb:

Precedence: DEADLINE 03/13/2008 Date: 02/26/2008

To: Chica o Attn: SAC Robert Grant


Media Repi:l
Milwaukee Attn: SAC Richard Ruminski
Media Rep
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Operational Technology Attn: AD Marcus Thomas

Human Resources Attn: AD John Raucci

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Case ID #: 80—HQ—1077659

Title: PUBLIC AFFAIRS MATTERS


ORWARD PASS PRODUCTIONS
MOTION PICTURE PUBLIC ENEMIES

Synopsis: OPA approves official and unofficial cooperation,


subject to Division Head approval of activities by Bureau b6
personnel consis ‘ ' ‘ssion
priorities, with] land Forward
Pass Productions personnel in the Universal Studios' motion
picture Public Enemies. This approval is made consistent with
OPA mission interest in developing the public image of the FBI
and ensuring an accurate portrayal of FBI personnel, past and
present, in order to encourage public cooperation with the FBI
in performing its mission. This approval allows Division
Heads to authorize the official capacity provision of
historical and technical assistance to the motion picture and
to allow outside employment activities by FBI personnel in
their private capacity to act as extras (background) in the
motion picture as described below.

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Details:
Background of Project

In February 2007, the current motion picture project


was in the "screenwriting" phase.| I b6
E::::::]scriptwriter4 I requested FBI assistance
with information on FBI wiretapping abilities as she adapted
Public Enemies, into a screenplay.

In December 2007, OPA reviewed and provided a copy


of the completed script to FBI Historian,E:::::::::::::]OPA b6
concluded that in his script, fictionalized
historical timelines so that events fit within the time period
his movie encompasses, but that, generally speaking, the
motion picture is an interesting and entertaining examination
of the 1930's gangster era.

Overall, the historically—based script is a


reasonably accurate, believable, and fictitious portrayal of
the gangster era, that will ultimately educate the public
about the FBI's role in investigating crimes committed by and
capturing 1930's era criminals like John Dillinger and "Pretty
Boy" Floyd.

However, the FBI Historian,[:::::::::]notes that b6


portrayal of the FBI and Director J. Edgar Hoover
"heightens the image of the FBI as an agency seeking to win by
whatever means necessary," not necessarily a flattering
portrayal. (The Office of Public Affairs discussed the
aforementioned historical variations wit while he
was in the Washington, D.C. area. indicated that the
script was not finalized and that he could make changes to
minimize this impression before production completed this
Spring.) OPA will continue to work with project managers to
make sure that any historically and substantively inaccurate
details are corrected—~and that the motion picture producers
understand our official cooperation hinges upon an accurate,
although not necessarily flattering, portrayal of the FBI role
in criminal investigations of the Era.

In February 2008, project coordinator[:::::::::::] b6


worked in conjunction with Operational Technology Division AD
IMarcus Thomas, Laboratory Division Media Representative
and Training Academy Public Affairs Specialistl
to facilitate briefings at Quantico and a shooting
demonstration at the Training Academy's firing range for
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| FBI Special Agent Melvin
Purvis in the movie.| I
continues to be the overall GPA project
coor inator in this production.

CURRENT ACTIVITY

Forward Pass Productions staff and other contractors


working on Public Enemies contacted FBI's Office of Public
Affairs and FBI Chicago for assistance with props,
photographs, location advice, and weapon demonstrations in an
effort to provide authenticity for production filming in
Chicago, Illinois, and in "Little Bohemia" in Wisconsin as
well as other parts of the greater Chicago area, with actual
filming set to begin in March.

OPA found no negative information concerning the


production company, writer or others associated with the
proposed film in FBI records or during a thorough indices
check. OPA has no substantial objections about the nature,
scope, technical details or historical accuracy that would
preclude continued cooperation with Ior Forward Pass b6
Production personnel. It is noted tnat OPA has worked

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successfully in the past with[:::::::::]production team on
the movie, The Kingdom. OPA hereby approves the above-
mentioned limited official cooperation and personal
involvement to the extent that resources, employee
availability and other operational considerations permit.
This approval has been coordinated with HRD.

OPA has instructed Forward Pass Productions to


notify all FBI personnel involved in Public Enemies that all
correspondence should be sent to OPA project coordinator[:::::] b6
in addition to Field Office media representatives. This
will ensure that IPPAU is aware of and has the opportunity to
review all requests for assistance to ensure they coincide
with this approval.

PROJECT GUIDANCE

Should the Office of General counsel and the Office


of Integrity and Compliance Ethics attorneys concur, OPA
hereby approves the following official guidance in support of
this motion picture, and recommends Division Heads involved
consider lending the following support to this project:

A. Research/Photographs for Props and Sets

Forward Pass Productions has requested research


assistance and photographs to accurately represent
J. Edgar Hoover's office and
desk, Chicago and Washington, D.C., FBI
(or their predecessor) facilities, office signage, the FBI
Seal and Badges, office decor, posters (identification
orders), typefaces/fonts used, FBI files and paperwork,
wiretapping equipment, wires, recorders, guns, gun lockers,
and weapons storage.

OPA encourages the FBI Historian, FBI Laboratory,


Operations Technology Division and Chica 0 Field Office to
work with project coordinator[::::::::::f]to provide Public b6
'Enemies personnel with digital images (and original images
where available and/or appropriate) of requested information
in adherence with FBI handling of unclassified information.

OPA will ensure the motion picture producers are


aware, however, that the use of the FBI Seal and Badges are
protected by law, and that any use other than as film
background (e.g., the use of the Seal or a Special Agent Badge
on the product label, on advertising posters or promotional
materials), is not authorized by this cooperation.

If the production company requests the use of actual


FBI property for props in this film, the request must be
coordinated by the local media re resentative and through OPA
project coordinator[:::::::::::::f:]before approval. OPA will b6
coordinate with Security Division to ensure any property use
will not unnecessarily compromise physical security of our
offices or personnel and will balance the use of the property
for other than its intended purposes with the benefit the FBI
is likely to attain by the accurate depiction of FBI personnel
and facilities by the public viewing the film.

B. Use/viewing of FBI Chicago Firearms, Training Range and


Instructors

OPA recommends the FBI Chicago Media Representative,


with SAC concurrence and subject to non—interference with
official requirements, organize a production team visit to the
FBI Chicago gun vault to view Thompson sub-machine guns and
other period weapons.

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ammunition (or ammunition that does not have a projectile),


and that FBI firearms instructor(s) assist with proper FBI
weapons handling technique. OPA recommends FBI Chicago
facilitate this visit, that such visit is arranged
consistent with FBI policy b6
as it pertains to sensitive law enforcement
information, and that a certified firearms instructor(s) be
present. OPA will ensure that[::::::::]understands all
activities on the FBI range will be under the direct
supervision and control of the FBI firearms instructor and
that the production company proves they have liability
insurance that will cover the activity in the event of injury.
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OPA requests Media Representative[::::::::]keep a
log of project activity to be shared with OPA upon project
completion.

C. Featurette/"The Making Of..." and Requests For Interviews

has advised OPA that they will likely b6


create a "The Making of...." featurette "documentary" for
inclusion in the DVD version of the motion picture. This
documentary will likely be an "extra feature" of any DVD
release of the film, and will also be available for FBI
training and public relations use.

On a limited basis, and at the discretion of the


SAC, OPA would concur with allowing FBI subject matter experts
to be interviewed on official time for this purpose provided
that they are only discussing general topics in their own
areas of expertise such as FBI history, period firearms, etc.
At no time may any FBI personnel make a statement that would
be construed as an endorsement of the movie project, or that
discusses any particular non-public case, law enforcement
sensitiva, classified or privacy information. As FBI employee
involvement in the featurette as interview subjects would be
on official time, moreover, no employee may be paid a fee by
the production company for this activity.

To ensure that there is no issue with cooperation,


OPA will ask the production company for a list of questions to
be asked in advance of any interviews, and will provide to the
participating FBI personnel, with OPA's public affairs
guidance, as necessary. Also, OPA will ensure that final
editing of all provided interviews will be subject to OPA
approval before their use in any part of the project.

Recently, OPA met with the Office of Integrity and


Compliance to receive guidance regarding if, how, and when FBI
employees may be used as extras or be filmed/interviewed in
"The Making of..." featurettes that are placed on the DVD.
The following guidance is offered:

Consistent with security procedures, OPA authorizes


use of the FBI Field Office and common areas for the
purposes of a backdrop for the featurette. OPA advises
that while interviews in FBI space are permitted for the
featurette, FBI space and personnel may not be utilized
for any re-enactment of a specific case.

Film crews are permitted to shoot "B—Roll" footage


before or following a videotaped interview. B—Roll is
defined as filming an interviewee walking down the hall,
walking into an office, sitting at a desk, interior and
exterior shots of the office building. However, B—Roll
does NOT include and must not, in any way, give the
impression that FBI personnel are re—enacting a scenario
making it appear as though actions or conversations are
occurring in the present time. For example, a production
company is not allowed to videotape an FBI employee
pretending to make a call or have a conversation to
discuss a case/subject by name.

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D. FBI Employees as “Extras" in the Film

This EC approves Division Head authorization for FBI


outside employment to act as extras in the film, again subject
to availability and meeting primary mission requirements.
Such involvement may only be authorized on a voluntary basis
by employees and they may receive remuneration for their
efforts. As this activity is "unofficial" in nature, any FBI
employees involved in this activity must be on personal time
(either performing the activity during non-working hours,
consistent with comprehensive time or flex time as authorized
by FBI policy, or while on annual leave).

If any FBI Special Agents or professional support


employees desire to serve as extras or appear in background
scenes, they must first submit appropriate paperwork (FD—331,
enclosure 1 and 2 to this EC) to obtain approval for outside
employment. This EC constitutes HRD approval for purposes of
Special Agent outside employment, and the final approval
authority for any such outside employment will be at the
discretion of the employee's Division Head. A copy
approved requests shall be forwarded to OPA (attn: b6
E:::::]and to the Em 10 ee Assistance Unit, Human Resources
Division (Attn:[::::f::f:::::::::], with the original document
saved by appropriate Security personnel, as outlined in the
Ethics and Integrity Manual. (See section 4.8.5.3 of the
Ethics and Integrity Manual at:
19M.pdf> for further information.)

Before final approval, the requesting employee's


Division Head shall ensure that the employment activity does
not conflict with the employee's official duties, mission
accomplishment, employee availability or raises other basis
for denial. For purposes of completing the attached forms,
OPA has already performed an indices check of the companies
involved in the project, and this should be annotated on the
form.

OPA Point of Contact

Questions about any official or unofficial


involvement in the Public Enemies project may be forwarded to
project coordinator,| I b6

LEAD(S):

Set Lead 1: (Action)

CHICAGO

AT CHICAGO, IL

OPA requests CG coordinate production team requests


regarding the gun vault and firearms training as outlined;
include OPA in any contacts requesting assistance with this
motion picture; and share a log of project activity at the
conclusion of production.

Set Lead 2: (Information)

MILWAUKEE

AT MILWAUKEE, WI

Please note that the motion picture may be filmed in


parts of Wisconsin. Should OPA receive requests for assistance
relevant to the Milwaukee FBI Field Office, OPA will contact
the media representative directly.

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Set Lead 3: (Action)

LABORATORY

AT QUANTICO, VA

Please provide OPA project coordinator[:::::::::::] b6


with information and photos of historic guns or equipment, as
appropriate, to share with Forward Pass Productions.

Set Lead 4: (Action)

OPERATIONAL'TECHNOLOGY

AT QUANTICO, VA

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additional requests for assistance and provide CPA with photos
of historic equipment to provide to Forward Pass Productions,
as appropriate.

Set Lead 5: (Action)

HUMAN RESOURCES

AT WASHINGTON, DC

Please note any FBI Special Agents or professional


support employees wishing to serve as extras or appear in
background scenes have been advised to first submit
appropriate paperwork (FD-331) to obtain approval for outside
employment, that this EC constitutes HRD approval for purposes
of Special Agent outside employment, and the final approval
authority for any such outside employment will be at the
discretion of the employee's Division Head. Parties
interested in such outside activity have been instructed to .
forward a copy of requests approved by their Division Head to
the Em lo ee Assis;ance Unit, Human Resources Division Attn:
I and project coordinator with b6
t e original document saved by appropriate Security personnel,
as outlined in the Ethics and Integrity Manual. Should HRD
have any questions or concerns about such approval,
procedures, and or activity, please contact pro'ect
coordinator by e-mail or by callingi:::::::::::::]
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Sent: Wed Aug 10 12:23:33? 2011
Subjeet: Robert Redfmd film ‘THE COMPANY VOL! KEEP"

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Thank yam for mking my {:32} mday.

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in \the. 11mm: time. I‘ve asked mu‘ varmus: dcpumnems m prepare their iiSts (if quegtians Whig-i1 Alana wiil ibrward
am far your reply.

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Attachments: FBi quxfiationacwk {WPLpdfi ATmmmm

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regarfiing cimthing worn by F8: agent; Am; time yuu hams a mamem in gm through them wauld be greatly appmciated
Fat QUESTtONS
—at Shawn’s arrest weutd Senter Agent Cerneltus be in a suit or cesuet ptainetothes’?

mount e senter agent wear a nylon FEE jacket with a suit? weutd he weer it instead of hie ‘
gasket Ot‘ would the emit jacket be removed?
tie the junior agents dress any differently than senior?
~are the Fat navy jackets different lengths er e. standard jacket? whet fabric are they? is
there a variety et jacket options?

~ere there F‘Bt reguietieon garments ie. pate shirts! sweatshirts, tJ-eeeeetl cape etc?

~t have notieed some jackets have. FBt in white and eemetimee in yerlow——ts this due t0 the
job they are en? whet are the dtmeneien‘siptecement at the tettere?

ere there reguiatione err plainetethee‘?

-de they wear ttek iackete and if so when? woutd they be ever or under shirts?

ere e31 agents armed?


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Subject: ”THE COMPANY YGLJ KEEP“ answerS

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ac: xihange 1hr: scans beecause rhea smipir‘wrirer is cirsariy Wing; 2:: Mid a point of vém‘rremparhyr‘mmrmersyfexmfiremen?
etc;

Let, me. knew i? anything eése traumas: it} the surfaca. Harps your {naming with Mr Rmfim-fii mam: weié.

Samara: &

Office of Wbfia Mimi‘s

. The: entry sacurity wha pmvides it, are they privaier‘camramed security officera or FBI personner? What
uniimmg?‘

A privare cnmpany contracted through the Gamma: Servizzszss Administraiim, prevides antry securiry for the Albany
office. The guardsr unifarms are camprised of dark brown pants and a Eight brawn Shirt.

a Are visrmrs given a visimr badge?

Yeas. Visitors Wm must be asserted mm the buiiding raceive a white hariga. Unascarted Waiters (those on tha
wearer} security fist s9 F85 Empioyma mmraciora athar iaw erzfurcamsn: agencies 3 receive badges cf various
caters {differem coiors mean differem things; but those detaiis are cfiassifiedm }

a if a Federai Agent from anoiher agency ccmesv Knit; rhe buiiding, what is screening procedure. What if they are
armed? What abmut a visiting Speciai Agem from anothar FBI Office. Haw does hex‘she get in?

Evaryone goes through the meta! detector and shows :heir identification. If the: federa! agent from another agency
is a W enforcement agent harsher can bring a fireefirm into the building; they cannot, imwevver. bring in {wraps or
cameras‘ without prior ciearance. (3:253 phones with cameras can be retained by the Waiter: but the camera ferns

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must be coveted with sin/er security tape. The name prunedutes appiy in Spentai Agents or empioyees from
other FBi nitines.

it a fugitive Di‘i the run far 38 years is arrestedi where is hunting taken? What is procedure? Bruught hack in ofiine,
pr eisnwhere? it ninewnere, where?

it a 33-year fugitive is arrested“ the generai practice wnuiti be in hiring the subject back in the uiticew Mirandize
him and canduct an interviaw. The subject may wish in tutti tor a icing time , or they may nut say anything
~— but.
an interview would tin attempted to determine how the fugitive hict far that tength at“ time, whn neiped him, etc. At
the and oi the interview the subiect wnuin be brought eitner to the $3.8. Margnai’s affine at the tederai courthouse
{it it was during at work {in}; and the. court scnnduied an arraignment) or to the Aibany County iaii {ii it was an
meaning nr weekend}

The Aibany Cuunty Sheriff's ilepaitment maintains tedetat prisoners; wnn have not yet been: t0 their initiat
appearance before a federal iticign, and the Sheriti’s Department is reimbursed tut this semice‘ The FBi wouid
pick up the inmate the next business day to bring him in the tederni caurtnausn for his initial appearance. fitter
the arraignment anti "the nsianiisnment at the ‘Ciuurt’s iurisdictinn over the inmate, the. inmate wpuid be pinned in
the custody at the US. Marsnai.

ii the name is being investigated in Deimit anti the: fugitive was picked up in Ainanyr and she needn in QC: back in
Michigan tut an arraignment, where is she hnici?

tithe case is in Detroit. but the subject was arrested here. the subject wuuid be brought batons a iocai ieuerai
magistrate beinre the subject cnuici be itanspntted t0 Dnt‘mit. The Marshai’s. (Minn (inns not have iurisdictiotn in
transmit a subject untii she has been arraigned by a tecterai iuu‘ge, so the first Sifitp wnuici be tor the Fat to arrnst
the subinct and bring them in mud {see prewous tesponse}. The mun would conduct an arraignment and,
determina whether they have the right persnn they may need to conduct an identity hearing, {it the subject cuuid
waive it. Untii the court ordered the subject transported by the Marshai’s (lifting {Which cuuid be neveiai days}, the
subject would he neid Epcaiiy. Aibany does not have a. federai detentinn center, so the subject pinbapiy woutd be
new at the: Aibany Countyiaii.

Where are fugitiven “twin” the Script has them being iieici at FBI atticei...

We d0 nut have a hniding net! and cannot board prisennrs tor inure than a few hnuts. usualiyjust tong ennugh
to tnku fingerprints, mug stints, DNA swans and to unnotuct an interview.‘ it the mun cnuici scheduie an initial
appearance the day at the arrest, we wouid bring the fugitive in the courthnuse, and the Matsnai‘s Office wouid
keep the Stings-ct in a ceii uniii his court appearance. Technicaiiy, the Marsnai cities not have iurisdictinn over a.
subject. uniii after the arraignmnnti 3-1:: the subject technicaiiy is being nun-sad by the arresting agency; heweven
the Marshal has hoiciing units and guards at the courthouge and wnuici take custody pi that subjects for just tong
enough in get them in front at a judge. Againt ii the fugitive’s initiai nppnarancn cnuid not be sche‘duied for the
day of the arrest (n.9,, an evening or weekend arrest} and the fugitive: needed it) be heist overnight, inn Pat has an
agreement with the Aibany County Sheriti‘n Deputimeni tn Muse our attusteus at the n‘ibany Gaunty iaii untii the
nunject can be brought peters the gaunt.
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Subject: Re: "THE COMPANY YOU KEEP”

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Sent: Wednes Aggust 241, 2011 1:43 PM
To:
Subiect: The Company Y’au Keep

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. Prop Master (nur main cantacti Bean Eitartaon
a Producar: Bit! Huiriarman {maria most of nur script changes}

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wnn bid from the FBt for aver thirty years: posing 33 an Aibzany attamay. He becomes; a fugitive when his identity is
exposed by an aggressive fitting renorter. He must find the one parsnn writ: nan ciear his name before the FBi catches
nim‘ white prciavcting his ti-year«otr:i (taugnter.

Hartford piays (Brant, the tapas-“tar is Shin Lafiaouti and Susan Sarandon and Juiia Christie may former Weather
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Michigan Chief of Police wna had first investigated the bank rubbery. The tilm aiso features Sam Eiiiott, Nick Nuite, Brit
Meaning and Stanley Tun-(3i, among othars. Singar Jackie Evancho makes itar feature, titm acting debut as isabai, Grant‘s
ynung daughter. StudioCanag has acquired that UK. distributinn rights in the iiirn‘ ExtraTVanm stated that the fitm is
expected in be reieased in Octnber 2012‘

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and, same scenes tram the movie here:
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Surveiiianne procedures, surreptitinus nhotngraphy
Attaining; a manner to hit up the Fat for a farm in exchange far news i’atrness
Necessity at a search warrant to Search a home
Myth that FBI has a itie nr access: tr: into an everyone instantaneonsiy even if no crime committed
Agent relaiianahin with a suurca
Fifi! take reperting 0i a burnt: in a banding; in get it evacuated
to; Miscnncaniion that FBI can pin-miss a “deal!" tar cooperation
ti, FBIi inrisdictian over possession {if martiuana versus tiiairitiuiion at drugs
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Mr Wiretap pruneduras
“is. How FBI agent weaparrs are handiad at nourtttause
16. FE! presence: in Ann Arbori Michigan {RA}
“i7. heiicepzers at eeeh fieid office
18. Buiieing security procedures
1g; Peiicy an armed {aw enforcement gamers; entering huiiding
20. Procedure when a 30~year fugitive is arrested
21. Pretocm if a fugitive is wanted em ef Detroit but captured in NY
22. Where fugitives are held and processed
23a FBI raid a: a hate:
24‘ Agent‘s dress
25. Raid gear
28. denier verses senior agents eehavior, dress
2?. Fiak jackets
28. When agents are armed
23. Bifference between a situet‘ien mom and CTCIC

Cast:

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