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BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-14505
DATE --09/13/2001
FBIDESCR
INPUTBATCH
INCTA_004(1st
. M ,13 Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT 9/13/01

L ias contacted at the AMERICAN EAGLE


ticket counter at LOGAN AIRPORT. After being advised of the
personal and official identities of the investigatinp agent and
the identity of trm SergeantF "H MASSACHUSETTS STATE
POLICEl El provided the following infbritiation:
bti

I Istated she is employed as a ticket agent for


AMERICAN AIRLINES AAraRd-Came to Work at LOGAN AIRPORT at
RICANAIRLI
5:00 AM on September 11,2001, Boston: F tsrocessed:a number
of passengers for various AA flights, and recalls checkincprt : :-
SATAM AL SUQAMI for AA Flight 11 from Boston to Los Angeliesr;;;^;;;;;,..
I [recalls helping At SUQAM:feecause he had\dTfficultv ,..--::::fj 9/11 Personal Privacy
understanding English and he was at her counter for seyerxto tea.•••;;/' /
minutes while she contacted a translator to ask AL SUQAMI Vne',/ /
airline security questions. While standing at her counter^AL ,.;:;:
SUQAMI seemed nervous and agitated While she tried to ftrid:the
telePhone.numb.erforatra.n9|atolf:''' _.....--"" ,,;:f9/ll.Law Enforcement Privacy-
described AL SUQAMI as a Middle Eastern male,/
approximately 5'7" tall with a medium tiuild, blacfcftair, brown
eyes and no facial hair. I Istated he wa$:a "handsome man"
with a "sophisticated look." AL SUQAMI wa&^/earinoj a tan or /
ivory colored long sleeve button down shirt with a collar. He /
also had an expensive looking gold watch with a watch face that
was flush with the gold link band. //

-AL-SUQAMUdid. not check any luggage/and usecLa passport.


as identification when he checked in. The passport had £ red
cover and expired in approximately 2004 or/2005. The picture in
the passport showed AL SUQAMI as a younger man. /

I Istated she may have charged a fee pf accepted a


credit card frorn AL. SUQAMI, but after.checking AA.fecords, she
could not find any record of the transaction.
he following identifying information was obtained for

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00039589
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-9822
DATE 09/13/2001
FBIDESCR L J-
INPUTBATCH NCTAJD04 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's.delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

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9/17/01

I JAMERICAN AIRLINES employee, was


interviewed in detail by law enforcement personnel regarding his
observations while working the International Desk for AMERICAN
AIRLINES on the morning pf September 11, 2001.

L Jprovided descriptive detail to MASSACHUSETTS


STATE Troopert jn.p.rd kp sketch
a composite drawing of an individual he checked in on AMERICAN
AIRLINES Flight 11 on September 11,2001.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00067927
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-19191
DATE Q9/24/2Q01
FBIDESCR L J
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT ""•",. 9/24/01

l\merir.an AirHnes AA employee, ticket


counter.L—___
was recontacted by lowing agent and shown a photo
spread of subjects. •avided the following information:

identified ABDUL ALOMARI from.the!photo;spfead;;as;


the individual she checked in on AA flight..1.1..on September 9, '9/11 Personal Privacy
2001.1 Istatedthat he did not understand the security""_,.- /
questions in English so she tried to bring the question up on..the,
computer in Arabic. She was unable tp..do that so she asked for
help from LOIS INTERNICOLA.a co-worker. Neither of therrv could
get the computer to wo.rk arid they could not find the book that
contained a translation of the security questions. Finally,..
I < balled a translation service on the, telephone located at_
neri"c'te! sfaTiorTrriurriDer 17.' I nanded'the pfio'ffe'roTriis ~
individual and he answered the questions. I tthen processed
him onto AA flight 11 and issued his boarding pass.

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BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-34553
DATE = 09/21/2001
FBIDESCR : ANDREA ROXTON
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/25/01

ANDREA ROXTON. American Airlines ticket agent,

J, was recontacted concerning the event of September 11,


2001. ROXTON was shown a photo spread of the subjects and
provided the following information:

ROXTON stated that she did not remember an incident / 9 /1! Personal Privacy
involving an Arabic male and two Arabic females and co-worker
CYNTHIA CLARKE on September 9, 2001. ROXTON did not remember
checking any middle eastern individuals onto AA Flight 11 on
September 9, 2001.

ROXTON did not recognize any of the individuals in the


photo spread. ROXTON did remember^ ^requesting an
Arabic interpretation of the security questions on September 9,
2001.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00059126
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-14720
DATE
FB1DESCR
INPUTBATCH 'NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

9/13/Ot-.,

L twas contacted at he!" place of


employment, AMERICAN AIRLINES A/\t LOGAN AJRPORT. After being
advised of the personal and official identities..of the^_^ ...
investigating agent and the nature of the interview, l^provided
the following information:

I I stated she.has..been employed as a customer service


representative for AA for approximately^ seven months. On _ „
September 11, 2001 .L__jwpifred from 5:00 AlvVuntil noon at the AA Personal Privacy"
ticket counter processing first class passengers,LZ3stated sh«
checked in some passengers on th&.Boston to Los Angefes flight on
September 11, 2001. I Irecalls checking iasomei honevmooners
and a "very sweaty" white male who actetf nervous;'! fcotild not
recall the names of the aforementioned passengers. In addition
to first class passengers.! I rriav have .checked in-some business
class passengers. Fifteen minutes before flight time on flight
111 lupgraded a travel acient whose name was RICHARD ROSS or
DAVID RETIK. | Ithoughtlt was unusual for someone to pay fof'a
first class upgrade saclbse to flight time.

I I also stated that within the last month, an unusual .


amount of passengers with passports from Bahrain traveled frgm
Boston to Orlando, Florida to Los Angeles. The tickets were /
purchased at the last minute and were not round trip tickets.

-Th&feflowincHnvestiaative information was obtained -——-


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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00016699
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-762
DKVc. = 097T2720UT
FBIDESCR CYNTHIA M. CLARKE INTERVIEWED BY S/t
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95) \- \L BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/12/2001

On 9/12/01, CYNTHIA M. CLARKE. born\s interviewed at her place of

employment, AMERICAN AIRLINES, Terminal B, Logan International


. Airport, Boston, MA. After being advised of the identity,oitiia«—~~—,
interviewing agents, CLARK provided the following: \n 9/11/01 at 3:45am. CLARKE was in the process o

opening the American Airlines ticket-counter when she was \d by a Latin American or Middle-Eastern male and

woman. The man stated that he needed to buy a ticket to LA oh


Flight 11. CLARKE found it odd that he would be trying to buy a
ticket at 3:45am for a flight that would not depart until 8:00am. \E advised that it was too early and that they wo

:30afriY
should stand to wait and gave her an "evil look". Subsequently, \E departed the area to purchase a cup of coffe

returned, she noticed that the man was in the wrong ticket line. \E not wishing to further aggravate him, advis

agent, Andrea Rustin, to "just take him" rather than send him to /9/11 Law Enforcement
the correct line. / Privacy
CLARKE described the man as 35 years old, 5'9"/180-200
Ibs, dark wavy hair, tanned pocked-marked round face, mustache,
white shirt. CLARKE described one woman as 5'2"-5'3", 25-30 years
old with glasses. The other woman was approximately 45 years old
and wore a shift-type dress.

Later on 9/11/01, at 7:00am, CLARKE slated that while she


was checking in passengers for a London flight, she heard another
ticket agent ask rf anyone spoke Arabic. CLARKE'S interest was
.piqued due to her Lebanese heritage. She lookedup..and notftd. a-
Middle Eastern male with his hand near his eye obscuring his face.
Another ticket agent, Anna Zani, suggested that her co-worker call
the information desk for an Arabic speaker./

CLARKE described the man as having short, very dark hair,


dark olive skin, 30 years old, 5'11" and medium build.

Investigation on at
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File# Date dictated


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FD-302a (Rev. 10-6-95)

265D-NY-280

Continuation of FD-302 of Cynthia M. Clarke , On 09/12/2001 .Page 2

CLARKE did not personally check-in any Flight 11


passengers.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00009296
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-464
DATE = 09/14/2001
FBIDESCR I [INTERVIEW
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 ftst Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT ,. 09/14/2001

'''•••-.. I Ame
_/was interviewed at her place of employment,
American Airlines AA. Looan Airport. Boston. MA..
jf .
i I After she was apprised of the official identity of the ..
interviewing agent as well as the nature of the interview, she
voluntarily provided the following information:

];aoVised«he works as a Ticket Agent at the WrsF""""''"


Class counter North Counter at AA. Her scheduled shift for
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9/11/01 was from 5:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. She recalls boarding 2
or 3 people for AA flight # 11. She distinctly remembers
boarding 2 Middle Eastern men for Flight #11. She believes they
were brothers with the first names of WAIL and WEILIL and the
same last name that she could not remember at this time. Their
last name was Middle Eastern. One brother checked a designer bag
that was profiled X-rayed while the other brother brought along
•..-a-rolt-ert-syitsase-v/ith-hirn.on board the plane.- She recalls-tttat——
one brother had a Gold Advantage AA Card AA frequent flyer.

She said both brothers wore casual business attire, no


ties, solid blue coats, gray slacks, dark hair, and their
heritage were definitely of Middle Eastern descent. One brother
had a narrow face while the other brother had a rounder face.
Both brothers showed Massachusetts drivers licenses as their form
of identification. She said neither brother appeared to be
nervous nor anxious. She believes they sat in the first class
section in Row 3 and occupied seats A and B on AA Flight #11.

If shown a photograph, she believes she could identify


both brothers.

id not observe any other suspicious people


while at the ; :ounter.

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BEGPR0DNO M-1NT-00939586-
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-9821
DATE Q9/13/2001
FBIDESCR
INPUTBATCH NCTAJD04 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

9/17/01 Personal Privacy,


J, AMERICAN AIRLINES employee, Massport:
waspreviously interviewed .by Law Enforcement
personnel regarding her observations of two individuals she
checked in on AMERICAN AIRLINES Flight 11, on..Septemfoer 11, 2001.

] advised both individuals che6ked in. using'


driver's license identification state npt recalled and
remembers the name SHEHRI itvboth of these individuals names.

Special Agen Iprovidedl twith a copy


of AMERICAN AIRLINES manifest for Flightt11,on 11, on September
Sep 11,
2001.1 t advised after looking at the.manifest, she recalls
number one 1 on the manifest, WAIL ALSHEHRI, and number two 2
on the manifest, WALEE ALSHEHRI, as being the names she checked
in for that flight.

|; advised she recalls one of the individuals . • <-


checking a bag that she thought to be an expensive looking Amalfi
bag, black in color.arid weighing approximately 35 to 40 pounds...

[provided descriptive data to MASSACHUSETTS STATE.


Trooper ROBIN L FABRY, in order for Troopei^^^j to sketch-a.
composite drawing of one of the two individuals. -•'9/11 Law Enforcement
Privacy

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00067937
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-19202
nay-i Q/?nni _„ . „
FBIDESCR DIANE GALLAGHER
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT 09/19/2001

DIANE GALLAGHER, American Airlines Employee, Logan


International Airport, East Boston, Massachusetts, was
interviewed at her place of employment. After being advised of
the identity of the interviewing agents and the nature of the
interview, GALLAGHER provided the following information:

GALLAGHER interpreted the Passenger Name Record PNR


for WAIL ALSHEHRI AND WALEED ALSHEHRI.

WAIL ALSHEHRI AND WALEED ALSHEHRI were passengers on


the same PNR list. Their reservations were divided because their
was a name mismatch. WAIL ALSHEHRI'S name was misspelled. It
was spelled WYAIL ALSHEHRI.

The PNR on WAIL ALSHEHRI provided the following


information:

American Airlines Flight 1 1 , on September 1 1 , 2001


departing Boston, Massachusetts and arriving in Los Angeles,
California. Hold and confirmed for one. Departing Boston at
0745 and arriving Los Angeles 1059. He purchased an electronic
ticket. The plane was out of the gate and ready to push at 0740
Jhe .estimated tirnaof .arciY,ab«a5__. —»^».
1055 in Los Angeles.

The contact telephone number used was 954 815-3004,


the address used was WAIL ALSHEHRI, 1861 North Federal Highway
281, Hollywood, Florida 33020-2827.

The seats/boarding pass issued was for American


Airlines Flight 11, F first class, on September 11. 2001,
departing Boston and arriving in Los Angeles, hold and confirm
seat 2A non-smoking window, electronic ticket to WAIL ALSHEHRI.

The reservation was divided because of a name mismatch.


It was originally with WALEED ALSHEHRI. It was divided on August
26,2001 at 1757. The name did not match the name on the credit
card. It was in the system as WYAIL ALSHEHRI. The ticket is a
ticketless ticket and a receipt was mailed. The authorization
number was 003932 and the ticket was issued on August 26, 2001.

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WAIL ALSHEHRI checked one bag on American Airlines
Flight 11 to Los Angeles The bag tag w.as LAX AA 949805. It was
checked by Boston 85D.I pt'0'703 on September 11, 2001.

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The cost of the ticket was $2232.25. It was charged to
WYAIL ALSHEHRI credit card number BA401180607826374, expiration
06/03 on August 26, 2001 at 1807.

At 1804 on August 26, 2001 WAIL ALSHEHRI booked seat


2A, non-smoking window on American Airline Flight 11 departing
Boston, arriving in Los Angeles. Within the same telephone call
he moved his seat to 2H non-smoking aisle.

At 0105 on September 3, 2001 WAIL ALSHEHRi changed his


seat from 2H non-smoking aisle to 2A non-smoking window. The
change was made in Dallas by| |

The Virtual Coupon Record issued to WYAIL ALSHEHRI


contained the following information:

One coupon issued August 26, 2001. Credit Card number


BA4011806070826374. One coupon issued for American Airlines
Flight 11, September 11, departing Boston, arriving Los Angeles.
Departing at 7:45 a.m.

Fare USD 2071.16, Tax 155.34US, tax2.75ZF, tax 3.00X1=;.


total USD $2232.25.

Form of payment BA4011806070826374 expiration date


06/03, approval code 003932 issued August 26,2001.

The Virtual Coupon Record was issued to WYAIL ALSHEHRI. /9/11 Personal Privacy

An electronic ticket was issued. WAIL ALSHEHRI would


need-to-showpteture identification and the credit used to-book —-*-•—•——«.—"—• u-»'..-^-»
his flight when checking in at the ticket counter. It is common
that the ticket agent does not verify the credit card of the
passenger.

The PNR on WALEED ALSHEHR] provided the following /


information:

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American Airlines Flight 11, on September 11, 2001


departing Boston, Massachusetts and arriving in Los Angeles,
California. Hold and confirmed for one. Departing Boston at
0745 and arriving Los Angeles 1059. He purchased an electronic
ticket. The plane was out of the gate and ready to .push at 0740
and off the ground at 0759, the estimated time of .arrival was
1055 in Los Angeles.

The contact telephone number used was 954 815-


3004, the address used was WALEED ALSHEHRI, 1861 North Federal
Highway 281, Hollywood, Florida 33020-2827.

The-seats/boarding pass issued wa-s for American - •


Airlines Flight 11, F first class, on September 11, 2001,
departing Boston and arriving in Los Angeles, hold and confirm
seat 2B non-smoking window, electronic ticket to WALEED ALSHEHRI.

WALEED ALSHEHRI checked one bag on American Airlines


Flight 11 to Los Anaeles. The bag tag was LAX AA 949811. It was
checked by Boston 85D, I |at 0704 on September 11, 2001.
The bag was then canceled and not checked.

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At 1818 on August 26,2001, WAIL ALSHEHRI booked seat
2J, non-smoking window on American Airline Flight 11 departing
Boston, arriving in Los Angeles for WALEED ALSHEHRI. Within the
same telephone call he moved his seat to 2B non-smoking aisle.

On September 3, 2001 at 0116, WAIL ALSHEHRI'S name was


canceled and WALEED ALSHEHRI'S name was entered. The change was
made in Dallas hul t

The Virtual Coupon Record issued to WYAIL ALSHEHRI 9/11 Personal Privacy
contained the following information:

One coupon issued August 26, 2001. Credit Card number^ _


BA4011806070826374. One coupon issued for American Aiffirfe~s'
Flight 11, September 11, departing Boston, arriving Los Angeles.
Departing at 7:45 a.m.

Fare USD 2071.16, Tax 155.34US, tax 2.75ZF, tax 3.00XF,


total USD $2232.25.

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Form of payment BA4011806070796163 expiration date


05/03, approval code 004090 issued August 26,2001. This credit
card is different than the one used to book WAIL ALSHEHRI's
ticket.

An electronic ticket was issued. WALEED ALSHEHRI would


need to show picture identification and the credit used to book
his flight when checking in at the ticket counter. It is common
that the ticket agent does not verify the credit card of the
passenger.

The Virtual Coupon Record was issued to WAIL ALSHEHRI.

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BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-35846
DATE 09/20/2001
FBIDESCR I '
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of <jnredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

9/25/01 '''9/11 Personal Privacy

telephone nurnE .jMnTencan Airlines AA ticKet


agent, was re-contacted concerning the events of September 9,
2001.1 Ivitfasshown a photo spread of the subjects and
provided the following information: ,.

Istated that she was working AA first class


ticket position number 2.1 [recalls checkina-in two middle
eastern men onto AA Flight 11 on September 11,2001. | [
identified one of these individuals as WALEED M. ALSHEHRI.

She could not identify the second individual. She


stated that individual had indentations on both sides of his
forehead and deep set eyes.

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BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-1800
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DATE 09/11/2001
FBIDESCR INTERVIEW OF EVELYN ELENA PALAVIOM
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

09/11/2001

EVELYN ELENA PALAVICINI. Bornf ^Social Security/


Account Numbed Ternniovee. /
Massport #1 I was interviewed with Massachusetts State
Trooper I iat her place of employment, American /
Airlines. Logan Airport. BostorV:-MA. Sh^ resides atl 1.
i ••---- V
After being apprised of the official identities of the contacting
agents, and the nature of the interview, she voluntarily provided

PALAVICINI advised she is a ticket agent at the counter


for AA. Her shift on 9/11/01 was 5:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. She ''9/11 Law Enforcement
worked at the International Flight counter Miami and San Juan. Privacy
She remembers four businessmen that appeared to be Middle Eastern,
entering Gate 32 AA flight 11. She said all four men were
dressed in business attire and two of the businessmen had carry- .
on luggage with them. She also remembered one passenger of /
Flight 11 who arrived extremely late as he told PALAVICINI that /
he was stuck in traffic and had to run to the gate to make the ,
flight. This passenger's last name was ROSS. She does not/
remember seeing any suspicious people around the gate for Flight
11 nor did she book anyone onto this flight.

PALAVICINI advised that the majority of the individuals


who work Security for American Airlines are from the .Middle East.
She also said that a lot of the baggage handlers are of Middle
Eastern-descent.- . • •• - - — - >

PALAVICINI did not observe any suspicious people or


notice anything out of the ordinary.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00002042
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-1970
DATE = 09/13/2001
FBIDESCR : EVELYN ELENA PALAVICINI
"IK ftJf BATCH ——"•N€ift>rfte*~'t1 st-Batorr of-unredacted 302"s delivered'hrAugastf
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/13/2001

Evelvn Elena Palavicini.residentof I L


Jwas advised
of the identities of the interviewing law enforcement personnel and:
the nature of the interview. Palavicini voluntarily provided the i
following information: B/ll Personal Privacy
Palavicini is employed as a ticket cpunterjg^ntfor.
American Airlines. She began working on the morning of September
12, 2001 at approximately 5:00 a.m. At approximately 7:00 a.m. she
four white males, who appeared to be businessmen, enter gate 32.
She did not notice anything suspicious about the men and she does
not believe that they were foreign.

Investigation on at
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File # Date dictated


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and is loaned to your agency;
it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00012248
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-37115
DATE = 09/13/2001
FBIDESCR : RICHARD RODRIGUEZ
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/14/01
RLCHARD.RODRIGUEZ. date of birthl .9/11 Personal Privacy*
telephone number! (AMERICAN AIRLINES AA
Identification NiimhaJ- iMAssPORT Identification Number
I I was advised of the identity of the interviewing agent and
the purpose of the interview. RODRIGUEZ then provided the
following information:

RODRIGUEZ stated he has worked for AA since April,


2000, all of which has been in Boston. RODRIGUEZ stated he was
-'-workirnj'U'itrlriUffnational'Ticket Counter orrSeptember't't'.-20frt7---'--
from 4:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. RODRIGUEZ stated he handled customers
for the Miami, San Juan and London flights. He did not handle
any customers for AA Flight 11. RODRIGUEZ stated he did not
observe any suspicious activities either on September 11, 2001 or
before. RODRIGUEZ stated he works domestic flights on Monday
nights.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00029346
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-60228
DATE = 10/05/2001
FBIDESCR : RICHARD RODRIGUEZ
rJlMBUTBATf.n
FULLTEXT

10/5/01

AMERICAN AIRLINES employee RICHARD RODRIGUEZ (DOB: | |


\y SAI "^ was interviewed
tl fi -.-rtepartrnftnt nf Stata in Boston, MA.
RODRIGUEZ stated that he had already spoken to an FBLagent
regarding the September 1 1 , 2001 , hijackings. ................... n / i i T ^
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Privacy

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BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-1813 II
DATE 09/11/2001 //
FBIDESCR INTERVIEW OF DALILA MARISOL ROSALES //
INPUTBATCH NCTA 004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in .August)
FULLTEXT 09/11/01 //

ARTHUR GEORGE CARDOSO. Bo Social Security


Account Number[ was interviewed
with Massachusetts State Trooper[ at her place of
employment, American Airlines AA. Logan Airport. Boston. MA.
He-r-esides^aU \Home Telephone-
V' I After
After being
beit ,
apprised of the official identities of the contacting agents, and
the nature of the interview, he voluntarily provided the
following information. /9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy
CARDOSO advised he works as a ticket agent at the
counter for AA for international flights, and primarily the /
flight to London. He worked the 4:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. sryft on
September 11,2001. On this date, between 6:15 A.M. arid 6:45
OT\^rRS7e7MeYrit5eT'rc11-eckrng- in a"passen-ger fof AA FlJg-nTFr
was from a Middle Eastern country. This passenger stood out
because he had an AA Advantage Card for frequent.flyers yet he
went to the wrong counter International instead of the AA
domestic travel counter. He remembers the passenger as having a
long complicated name, he used both his green card and his
passport (he believes it was German or from a European country;
the passport was red in color) as his form of identification. He
said domestic passengers never use a passport as identification
nor does a frequent flyer passenger go to the wrong counter
international for a domestic flight. He described the
passenger as having glasses, short in height, black hair, thick
moustache, and wore business attire. He did not check any bags
but he did have a roll-on carry suitcase that he brought with him
onto the plane.

He believes if he saw a picture of the above described


passengei-QJUsaw his name again, he would be able to, .identify^.,.„
this passenger.

CARDOSO did not observe any other suspicious people


counter.

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BEGPRODNO : M-lNT-00058857
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-14418
DATE = 09/23/2001
FBIDESCR : MICHAEL STARK
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/23/2001

MICHAEL STARK. United Airlines ticket counter, was re-


interviewed at United Airlines by the below named Special Agent.
STARK provided the following information.

On 9/11/01 STARK was working the international flight


from ticketing position 27 to 30. He was shown photographs of the
suspects. He could not identify anyone.

Investigation on at
9/21/01 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

File # Date dictated


9/23/01
by 9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy

This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI
and is loaned to your agency;
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July 22, 2004 9:32 am


BEGPRODNO M-INT-00009914
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-4014

FBIDESCR : JILL MARIE WOJICK


/9/11 Personal Privacy
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's dehvered in August)
FULLTEXT

09/15/2001

JILL MARIE WOJICK. Bor


Account Number!
L J was interviewed with Massachusetts
State Trnnnf-rl lather place of employment, American
Airlines. Loaan Airport. Boston. MA. She resides at I I/

J After being apprised of the official


identities of the contacting agents, and the nature of the...
intejvie,w,_shevoluntarily provided the following information';•_-.-.-.

WOJICK advised she is a Ticket Agent for AA. Her shift


on 9/11/01 was 4:30 A.M. to 9:30 A.M. On this date, she worked •'9/11 Law Enforcement
the AA International Ticket Counter. She said no domestic flight Privacy
customers came to her counter on this date. She said two Middle
Eastern people husband, wife, and their seven year old child
came to her counter and she booked them on an AA flight from
Boston to London then Bahrain, Saudi Arabia departing at 9:00 .
A.M. on 9/12/01. She saw nothing else unusual as it was a very.
-*»*--"—stowHay-at-theHnternationafeounter. •?—
WOJICK did not observe any suspicious people or notice
anything out of the ordinary.

09/11/2001 Boston,.MA

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00009352
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-522
DATE 09/12/2001
FBIDESCR LISET FROMETA INTERVIEW
INPUTBATCH NCTAJ304 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August) .
FULLTEXT ,, 9/12/01, _i_

LISET FROMETA. date of birthl

advised of the identities of the interviewers (Trooper!


I MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE and Special Agfent SA
_ ™ FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (FBI)) and
B •interview;- FROMETA then provided'tire"
following information:

FROMETA stated she worked at the Ticket Lift from i


5a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and again from 12:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., on \r 1 1 , 2001 . FROMETA stated she first worked.MIDVVA

Flight JI3 going to Raleigh Durham at Gate 35. It departed at. |


6:30 a.m. At 7 a.m., she went to Gate 32 and assisted in the ,'9 / ]_ -]_
boarding of Flight 1 1 . She first delivered the movies to the /
Law Enforcement Privacy
flight attendant and noticed there were between 1 5 - 20
passengers in line at Gate 32. There was one reserve flight
attendant described as a female, in her late 30s or early 40s,
who was at the gate. If the passenger population had gone to 70
or above in the coach section of Flight 1 1 , she would have worked
the flight. The coach population for Flight 1 1 only reached 53,
so the reserve flight attendant was released. FROMETA did not
know the name of this flight attendant. There were five
indjyj.duaLs wftpwerepn the late boarding list. One.of these________ ___
individuals was a dead heading crew member who/ was either heading
to another assignment or returning to his or her home station.
Another individual was a friend of an employee and was waiting
for a premium upgrade. Another individual traveling coach was
waiting for a business upgrade and a fourth passenger, last name
ROSS, was looking for an upgrade to business class. ROSS was
described as a white male, short, stocky, wearing glasses,
between 40 - 45 years of age, with thinning^ gray hair, wearing
khakis. There were five individuals who Were checked in at the
—tieketroonter-bylhe-f light-attendant: / --------.......—•——•——-—

FROMETA provided receipts from credit card purchases


from Flight 11 for RICHARD ROSS, ALEXANDER FILIPOV and SONIA
PUOPOLO, as well as an upgraded .credit card purchase for DAVID
RETIK.

9/11/01 Boston, MA .

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"'LISET FROMEtA 9/11/01

FROMETA stated she did not observe anything suspicious


while boarding Flight 11.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00067658
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-18941
DATE = 09/25/2001
FBIDESCR : MARIA JACKSON
INPUTBATCH : NCTAJ)04 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/25/01

MARIA JACKSON. DOB| T 9/11 Personal Privacy


\ was recontacted
concerning the ©verris of September 11, 2001. JACKSON was shown a
photo spread of subjects and provided the following information:

JACKSON stated that she was working gate 32 with LISET


FROMETA. She was at the gate from first call all the way through
boarding. JACKSON did not recognize anyone from the photo

JACKSON took the tickets for American Airlines Flight


11 from American Airlines Flight Attendant KAREN MARTIN and
brought them to ticket lift and deposited them in the safe.

9/22/01 Boston, Massachusetts

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00067801

DATE = 09/21/2001
FBIDESCR : GAIL JAWAHIR
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/21/2001

GAIL JAW AH IR. Date of Birtrl 1 Social


Security Account Number SSAM IftuatnmnrService
Representative, UNITED AIRLINES, Boston, Massachusetts MA, was
advised of the identity of the interviewing agent and the purpose
"Oftfia Interview AIsp present was Massachusetts"STaTeTrooper ^1
I I .IAWAHIR provided the following information:

JAWAHIR has been employed with UNITED AIRLINES for


approximately 13 years. She is currently assigned to Customer
Service and responsible for the ticketing and check in of
passengers. She normally works the 4:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. shift.

JAWAHIR arrived to work at approximately 4:30 a.m. Upon


~h6Mimvah-she-disGovered- that she been assi§fied-to-ww
basic check-in of passengers. JAWAHIR advised that she prefers to
work with ticketing and switched job assignments with UNITED
AIRLINES employee KAREN GRIFFITH. JAWAHIR stated that at
approximately 4:30 a.m., UNITED AIRLINES had their normal daily
briefing. This briefing is a discussion about flights, weather,
and assigned positions. The purpose of the briefing is also is to
address any vacancies due to employees calling in sick. JAWAHIR
recalled that everyone was present that morning.

At approximately 5:00 a.m., JAWAHIR opened her counter


and started with the first of the customers. JAWAHIR recalled
checking in a number of people who were scheduled to fly ort UNITED
AIRLINES Flight 175, Boston to Los Angeles. However, JAWAHIR
stated that passenger flow was very slow and she did not check very
many people in. : n / 1 ., T „ f .
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Shortly before 7:00 a.m., JAWAHIR recalled two well ^Pr i vacy
"dressed Arabic males approached her ticket 'cburifefrtJAWArilW"'""'""""""" -
advised that one of the males Subject #1 indicated that he wished
to purchase a ticket. JAWAHIR advised that he spoke very poor
English. JAWAHIR stated that she asked, "checking irt or buying a
ticket?" The man, #1, who JAWAHIR identified as being of Mid
Eastern descent, responded "purchase ticket." JAWAHIR noted that
she observed that Subject #1 had a UNITED AIRLINES envelope with a
UNITED AIRLINES itinerary in hand. JAWAHJR stated that she

Investigation on at
09/11/2001 Logan Airport, Boston, MA

File # . Date dictated


265D-NY-28035Q / 09/16/2001
by SSAl t

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and is loaned to your agency;

July 22, 2004 9:36 am Page 1


it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

FD-302a (Rev. 10-6-95)

265D-NY-280350

Continuation of FD-302 of GAIL JAWAHIR , On 09/11/2001 .Page 2

informed #1 that he did not need to buy a ticket, that he already


had a ticket and he simply needed to go to the check in area.
JAWAHIR advised that both men subsequently departed for the line to
check-in for flights.

JAWAHIR advised that the two young Mid Eastern men walked
over to stand in the check-in line. JAWAHIR recalled that UNITED
AIRLINES Customer Service Agent MANNY CARREIRO was the
representative who dealt with the two Middle Eastern gentlemen.
JAWAHIR advised that one of the men must have told MANNY that he
wished to buy a ticket, as MANNY sent both men back to JAWAHIR's
counter.

JAWAHIR stated that Subject #1 again said that he needed


to_buy a ticket. JAWAHIR asked to .look at his itinerary and Jgund.
that he was booked on UNITED AIRLINES Flight 175, Boston to Los
Angeles. JAWAHIR added that the gentlemen, whose last names both
started with an "A," were in the business class, row 9, in either
seats A and B or B and C. JAWAHIR added that Subject #1 used a
Florida driver's license for identification, and recalled that the
city listed on the driver's license was "something Beach." JAWAHIR
stated that she then asked both Subject #1 and Subject #2 the
security questions. JAWAHIR advised that both #1 and #2 had
problems answering the security questions. JAWAHIR went over the
~qtiestions-again-very slowly and received the-appropriate-fesponaes:" »•

JAWAHIR advised that #2 had a paper ticket, that appeared


to have been mailed to him. Number 2 utilized a Virginia drivers
license as his form of identification. JAWAHIR stated that both
men checked in one bag. JAWAHIR recalled that each bag was normal
in size and did not appear to be very heavy. JAWAHIR added that
the bags were the size that you would normally utilize if you were
gone for a week. JAWAHIR added that both bags looked new. JAWAHIR
advised that she thought both men had one carry on bag with them.

JAWAHIR advised that she issued the two men two boarding
passes, in row 9, in the business class section. JAWAHIR added
that she asked the men if it would be okay to have her place both
boarding passes in one envelope. JAWAHIR advised that she was
uncertain as to whether the men understood the question, but they
indicated that it would not be a problem. Thus, JAWAHIR placed
both tickets and boarding passes in one envelope. JAWAHIR also
" circled "the gate number, gate 19, on boarding pass. JAw7lHTR~Then
directed the two men in the direction of the security gate.

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265D-NY-280350

Continuation of FD-302 of GAIL JAWAHIR , On 09/11/2001 , Page 3

JAWAHIR advised that they departed in that direction. JAWAHIR


added that she did not observed the men with either cell phones or
pagers.

JAWAHIR described Subject #1 as a Mid Eastern male, early


"M's.Vpproximateiy 5'4", with a slim'build. JAWAHIR recalled that
this individual was very well dressed, with well trimmed hair and a
button down shirt. JAWAHIR advised that #1 had dark hair which was
combed back and very short with bangs. He did not have any facial
hair, nor did she recall glasses or jewelry.

JAWAHIR described #2 as shorter than #1, well dressed


wearing what appeared to be a dark suit. He also had short hair
and a dark skin tone.

JAWAHIR recalled that the suitcases that the men checked


in were soft sides with handles you could use to pull the suitcase
behind you. JAWAHIR recalled that the handbags looked like a
briefcase. JAWAHIR did not recall either man emanating any type of
scent, and thought that they seemed to be students. , 9 / 1 1 Personal Privacv

JAWAHIR was asked if she would recognize the name of the


passengers from the UNITED AIRLINES manifest for Flight 175. \R advised that she thought she would be able

names out, as they had the same last name. JAWAHIR was shown a
manifest and immediately indicated that HAMED ALGHAMDI and HAMZA
ALGHAMDI were the two Mid Eastern individuals who checked in with
her at the ticket counter. JAWAHIR added that she was positive \t those were the names utilized by the two m

JAWAHIR statecHnat she recalled the men well enough to;


attempt and provide information for a sketch of the two men.__^ ^ \

JAWAHiR lives_ad
home telephone numbei I work telephone numbeA
1 '.Her UNITED AIRLINES identification number is F

JAWAHIR provided no additional information at this time.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00141085
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-29690
DATE = 09/28/2001
FBIDESCR : MANUEL CARREIRO
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION// Privacy

.. Date of transcription 09/28/2001

On 09/28/2001, Special Aoentsl \d Manuel CarFeifOiOQB.

L jT
, at his place of employment, United Airlines, Logan , \l Airport, Boston, Massachusetts. After be

of the identity of the interviewing agents, he provided Jhe \g information: /

Carreiro is a Customer Service Representative at the


check in counter for United Airlines. He was working at the United
Airlines ticket counter when suspected terrorists HAMZAH and AHMED
ALGHAMDI checked in for flight 175. One of .the men/presented a
"certificate" that Carreiro was unfamiliar with/ Therefore,
Carreiro sent them to see Gail Jawahir. another United Airlines
Customer Service Representative.

SAsi Ishowed Carreiro a photo lineup


of twelve individuals who are believed to have been involved in the
09/11 /2001 terrorist incident. Carreiro explained that he only ______
"TleaTwtth the ALGHAMDI's briefly, and could'hot recalTexaHy™ — l
what they looked like. After reviewing the photo lineup, Carreiro
explained that the photograph of ABDUL ALQMARI resembled the man he
talked to on 09/11/2001.

Investigation on at
09/28/2001 / Boston, Massachusetts

File # / Date dictated


265A-NY-280350-BS / 09/28/2001

by

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//Privacy

BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00141090
BEGBATES
DATE = 09/28/2001
FBIDESCR : GAILJAWAHIR
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August).
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF/INVESTIGATION

Date, of transcription 09/28/2001

On 09/28/2001, Special Agents I __1


I J intervifiWRrl Gail Jawahir. DOB' "7 social
security account nurnberCHIIZI^^atner place of employment
United Airlines, Logan International Airport, Boston,
Massachusetts. After being advised of the identity of the
interviewing agents, she provided the following information:

Jawahir is a Customer Service Representative at the check


in counter for United Airlines, Logan lnternatiohal.Airport,
Boston, Massachusetts. The morning of 09/11/20dt, she checked
HAMZAH and AHMED ALGHAMDI into United Airlines flight 175. She
recalled that the first individual she checked in had a Florida ...
Driver's License and the second individual had a Virginia Drivers' ..
License.
She was originally interviewed by FBI Boston and a ... . y/11 Law
Massachusetts State Police Trooper. .....•• / Enforcement
Privacy
SAs I "Tshowed Jawahir a photo lineup/
of twelve individuals who are believed to have been involved in the /
09/11/2001 terrorist incident. Jawahir could not recall exactly
what the two men looked like. However, she commented that the/
photo of MOHAND AL SHEHRI resembled one of the men she checked into
-~«—~.-Wmted-flig-ht 475v~She also commented that-the-pheto-ef-SAE6&
ALGHAMDI looked like the second man she checked in. She noted
again that she did not get a good look at the second man.

Investigation on at
09/28/2001 Boston, Massachusetts

File # / Date dictated


265A-NY-280350-BS 09/28/2001

by

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BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-37858
DATE = 09/25/2001
FBIDESCR : JAWAHIR, GAIL
INPUTBATCH : NCTAJ)04 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

09/28/01 ....-•••;::::'9/ll Personal Privacy

GAIL JAWAHIR. Date of Birth\ Social


Security Account MurnhftrT"" I Customer service
Representative, UNITED AIRLINES, Boston, Massachusetts MA,
I ~~lv/as advised of the identity of the interviewing
agent and the purpose of the interview. She then provided the
. follawing JnfQnnation:.. .......

JAWAHIR was asked to look at a photograph in order to


determine if she recognized the individual as a passenger on
night 175 on September 11, 2001. JAWAHIR looked at the
photograph and was unable to make a positive identification. She
stated that she did not see the two Arab males who she now knows
were booked in the first class cabin for that flight. She only
saw the two Arab males who were in the business class section
because she had contact with them at her ticket counter. Since
J—-trrey^ifrsadytracr1ickets;-she moved them 'on to the crreclc1rrarear~

JAWAHIR stated that she did not recognize the


photograph as either of the two men that she had dealings with on
the morning of September 11, 2001.

09/25/01 Boston, MA

265A-BS-280350-302 09/27/01

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BEGPRODNO : M-1NT-00013035
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-51589
DATE =09/11/2001
FBIDESCR : -JANET.EADILLA, WAS. INTERVIEWED; , .._,.,
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

udi5 ui iiaiiownpuun \jyi i i/zuu i

JANET PADILLA, Regional Reservations Manager, was


interviewed at her place of business, 1 1 555 West Touhv Avenue.
Chicago, Illinois 60666, telephone mimhprl i PADILLA
was advised of the identity of the interviewing Agent and she then
provided the following information:

PADILLA was provided with the names of nine individuals


from UNITED AIRLINES Flight 175 and Flight 93. PADILLA was asked to
identify any and all baggage checked as well as provide any
additional information available for those passengers.............;;::<;/>|9/ll Personal Privacy
FAYEZ AHMED, seat 2A-ctiecked two bags, clainrt-ihurnber
7762 14 and 77621 5. .He was checked in by GAIL JAWAHiR.? empTpvee
numberL._ [ MOHALD ALSHERI in seat 2B was checked in by pAlL
JAWAHIR and had no checked bags; ALSHERI was traveling with! MARWAN
. AkSHEBHl wtio.. sat in seat 6Q. MARWAN Ai ShtFHHl rihpr-k^ oha
through to Las Vegas, claim number 775635/ALSHEHHI was chepked in
hvi lemnlovee filel | AHMED ALGHAMDI in iseat 9D
checked two bags through to San Francisco, dairfi.fiumber 772897J and,
772898. ALGHAMDI was checked in by GAJLJAWAHIR. HAM2A ALGHAMDI
sat in seat 9C, checked no bags and was checked in by GAIL JAWAHIR.
file 41389. /// ! i \g Flight 93, AHMED ALNAMI sat

ALGHAMDI was seated in seat 3D. ALGHAMDI did not check any i
baggage. AHMED ALHAZNAWl sat,in seat 6B and checked one bag with
claim number 77914. ALHAZNAWl was checked in hyi ; I
employee file numberiI |ZIAO
| ZIAO JARRAH sat sat
JARRAH in seat
in 1B
sg and did not '
check in any
any baggage. JARRAH was checked in bvT I
employee file
All the above named individuals had no inquiry phone
calls made on their behalf to United Airlines.

ALNAMI, telephone number 954 771-0620, 755 Dotterel


Road, Apt. 1504, Del Ray Beach, Florida 33444, left a telephone
number that no one answered, therefore no one could be contacted.

llXY.^§tigatio..n,Qn. .. . .. at
09/11 /2001 Chicago, Illinois

File # Date dictated


265A-NY-280350 9/11 /2001
by 9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy

This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI
and is loaned to your agency;

July 22, 2004 9:38 am Page 1


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FD-302a (Rev. 10-6-95)

265A-NY-280350

Continuation, ofFD-302 of JANET PADILLA rOa.09/iO/20Ol—^Eaefi

ALNAMI was traveling with SAEED ALGHAMDI with the same contact
information. ALHAZNAWI provided the same contact telephone number,
but no address. These three people bought first class one-way
tickets. JARRAH provided telephone number 954 920-5190 and an
address of 1816 Harding Street, Hollywood, Florida 33020 as his
contact information. When dialed, this telephone number had no
answer. JARRAH also bought a one-way first class ticket.

•"- ™FAYEZ'AHMED' provided t6rephone"TOrffl5eT95r8T5:3OTn''ana——


an address of 14545 J Military Trail 180, Del Ray Beach, Florida
33484, as his contact information. This telephone number was
answered by a phone mailbox. AHMED was traveling with ALSHEHHI and
provided the same contact information. Both bought one-way first
class tickets. AHMED ALGHAMDI provided telephone number 561 278-
1762 and an address of 1730 South Federal Highway, NBR 260, Del Ray
Beach, Florida 33483 as contact information for himself and HAMZA
ALGHAMDI. ALGHAMDI also provided an E-Mail address
ZIZO2022@YAHOO.com when he bought his ticket over the internet.
HAMZA ALGHAMDI provided the same contact information as AHMED
ALGHAMDI. Both ALGHAMDIs boug ht one-way first class tickets.

A reverse directly listing for the telephone number


provided by JARRAH 954 801-5169 came back to BERNARD APARTMENTS,
1819 Wilson Street, Hollywood, Florida 33020. The reverse directly

a " " for the telephone number 566 278-1762 came back to|

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00054576
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-68491
DATE 09/26/2001
FBIDESCR INTERVIEW OF VAUGHN ALLEX
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF IN VEST I GAT I ON |

Date of transcription 09/26/2001

VAUGHN ALLEX bomT resides

Jwbrks for American Airlines at


Dulles International Airport, Dulles, Virginia. After being
advised of the identity of the interviewing agent and the nature of
the interview, ALLEX provided the following information: /

ALLEX was working the morning of 09/11/2001 and his shift


began at approximately 5:30 am. He was trainirial bnd
-1 bt.the American Airlines main terminal tickelcjByntfi,r.,,
and he worked between the two of them. |__|checked in NAWAF and
SALEM AL-HAZMI and ALLEX looked on while she confirmed their
tickets. ALLEX recalled that just NAWAF spoke during their check-
in and SALEM stood behind him. ALLEX described SALEM as the one
wearing black slacks and he acted very anxious or excited.

ALLEX was shown the ADT Security Systems surveillance


tape from camera #31. The camera is located above the British
Airways ticket counter and points in an easterly direction toward
-the^tmerican-Airlines ticket counterr~ALLEXideiilified'fiuni th« " •• ••"'"—
video two subjects as being the ones that checked in and used the
names NAWAF and SALEM AL-HAZMI. ALLEX was a little unsure about
the size of the luggage that the two subjects checked in. He
thought that the bags that they checked were smaller than the bags
he saw on the video. ALLEX identified NAWAF as the subject in the
blue shirt and khaki slacks and SALEM as wearing the white shirt
and black slacks.

The interview of ALLEX was in reference to a lead set at


Dulles Command Post as #31. No lead number was generated at WFO at
time of interview.

Investigation on at
09/25/2001 Dulles, Virginia

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00074011
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-25056
DATE = 09/13/2001
FBJlDESCR __j. INTERVIEW OF BRENDA BROWN __ __
POTBATClT "~T~KICT7rTO3 {IsTSatchorunredactedSOZs deliveredfin August)
INF
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/17/2001

BRENDA BROWN J_
I I was contacted at her place of employment AMERIC IAN
AIRLINES Operations Center at Dulles Airport in regards to the I
hijacking of flight 77 on September 11, 2001. BROWN provided her I
date of birth asl I and^er Social Security Account !
Number SSAN asl___^^J BROWfradvised as follows: ;

She has been an Operations Agent for twenty'seven years.


Her duties include all matters pertaining to the "ticket lift '
operation" which handles all operations regarding the ticket
counter, boarding and deplaning passengers, baggage service
dispatching flights. She was off on Sunday and Monday and worked
Tuesday, September 11, 2001, from 5:30am until 2:00pm. She worked
at the main ticket counter checking in passengers with tickets in /
First Class and those that had Executive Platinum, Gold and ;
Platinum Club memberships.

BROWN stated that she checked in passengers for flight 77


who were in the first class cabin or had the above memberships.
BROWN recalled checking in Mr. YAMNICKY, an older white male, as he
had a problem with his ticket that had been obtained from a travel
agent. YAMNICKY was not upset over the problem with his ticket,
and she was able to resolve it for him. She also recalled checking
in Mr. DROZ, a middle aged white male. She recalled Mr. DRC-Z as
she knows an individual by the name of DROST and this marf
pronounced his name the same way. BROWN advised that sihe also
checked in a female passenger for flight 77 and may have checked in
one or two others. BROWN explained that ticket agent DIANE LEEDS
worked next to her and also checked in passengers for flight 77.
LEEDS was tied up with a husband and wife who were flying to Maui
and had problems with their tickets and an award coupon they were
trying to use. /

BROWN stated that it was a light travel day,anc


not a long wait in line to check in. BROWN could not recall
checking in any coach passengers, nor could she remember checking
in any Arab males or anyone acting suspicious. BROWN advised that
later in the evening she and ticket aaenJ frvere
discussing the events of the day, andr Jwas distraught as she

Investigation on at
—~"g/T3/Oi' Dulles-, VA

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Continuation of FD-302 of BRENDA BROWN , On 9/13/01 .Page 2

recalled checking in two Arab males for flight 77 T "fold"


her that one of the individuals did not speak English. BROWN7N die
did
not recall seeing anyone in the coach check-in line that appeared
suspicious.

9/11 Closed by Statute

— - -BR0WN stated that approximately two-months-agtrsherwas-


working at a gate and saw a man with a utility knife on top of his
carry on bag. She challenged the man and he said that there were
five or six of them with similar knives. BROWN advised that the
knives all had approximately four inch blades and were the type
used to cut boxes. BROWN stated that he was shocked that airport
security had let these people through. BROWN advised that she
tried to make an issue out of the incident, however the security
people were not interested.

~BRdWN~stated that she has never'be'en arrested. She lives


alone and is not aware of anyone in her family ever being arrested.
No one has ever asked her to put something on an airplane, nor has
anyone asked her to give anything to a passenger. She did not put
anything on flight 77/144, nor did she give anything to a passenger
on flight 77. No one has asked her about security at the airport,
nor has anyone asked for photographs of the cockpit of any of their
airplanes. She has not given anyone a tour of the gate facilities,
nor has she seen any other employee giving a tour of the gate
facilities other than to a new employee or children. She is not,
nor is any member of her family, or circle of friends, a member of
a radical political group, a radical religious group, or a
terrorist group. She has no knowledge of who was involved in the
hijacking of Flight 77.

BROWN advised that she has a green badge that gets her on
the Dulles Airport property and to the gate area of AMERICAN
— A+RblNES. BROWN stated that she has challenged-peepte-ff-she-dees-

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Continuation of FD-302 of BRENDA BROWN , On 9/13/01 .Page 3

not see a badge. The challenges were resolved in that their badge
was out of sight. She has not encountered any unauthorized
individual in secure space.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00016766
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-754
DATE = 09/13/2001
FBIDESCR : INTERVIEW OFl lA TICKETING AGENT FOR A AA
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302*3 delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU 6F INVESTIGATION

Pate of transcription 09/13/2001

t.Social

_ i wag interuiawfiri at the American


Airlines AA Operations Office at the Dulles International
Airport. After being advised of the identities of the interviewing A
agents and the purpose of the interview, the following informatipp..--'-- , ^ .. , .
wasprovided: ............... :::::-::^:^" , L Fersonal Privacy

Jfe a ticketing agejliit and was working at the AA


jnter stat on 9 on 097.11/2001 wfticri she described as a very quie|t
day- I Istarted her day at 5:00am. At approximately 7:14ajn,
two middle eastern males arrived at her counter to check in. I
I [identified the males names from the passenger manifest as
KHALID ALMIHDHAR and MAJED MOQED. Both men provided Virginia
identification. ALMIHDHAR appeared to be in charge and was |
answering all the questions. MOQED did not appear to understand the
security questions when she asked them. MOQED gavel I a small
old leather suitcase, which was not heavy, to check in. The bag was
jsecured with leather straps. ALMIHDHAR had a carry-on bag. Both
were in very good moods and were polite. ,..-.-— ~""

Investigation on at
09/12/2001 Dulles, Virginia

File # Date dictated


2g§D-NY-280350 09/13/2001
by | 9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy |

This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is thej>roperty of the FBI
ancnsTdaTie'crto your agency;
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L jprovided the following description of KHALI D


ALMIHDHAR:

Sex: Male
Race: Middle Eastern -""9/11 Personal Privacy
Height: 5'9"
Face: No facial hair
• » - -Build: Slight
Hair: Medium, black, wavy...
Age: Young, college aged, 20's
Attire: Casual, sjacks, white shirt

]prbvided the following description of MAJED

Sex: Male
..Bice; Middle Eastern _. .,.
Height: 5'6"
Face: No facial hair
Build: Slight
Eyes: Bigger than normal
Hair: Medium, black, wavy
Age: Young, college aged, 20's
Attire: Casual, slack, polo shirt

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00004414
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-31481
DATE = 09/19/2001
FBIDESCR L JDATE OF BIRTHL ISSAN
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1st Batch of.unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/21/2001

J
I
Iwas interviewed at Dulles International Airport, Dulles
Virginia. After being advised of the idaoliliuaLttia interviewing
agent and the nature of the interview.! '
rovideflith'e-PiiMQ / 1 'I Personal Privacy
following information: ........................ "''.-••$<***'. s?fZ
I Ivas shown APT vjdeQ.ta&es recp,raeq fro.rn
security gates at Dulles Airport. I . . - ' ' . . • [reviewed.afecbfdinQ /
from the westsecu gate, camera #81, Lane tfl^scprded on/
09/11/01.1 identified two males going Wrqugh the security
gate at approximately. 7:20 a.m. which were.t^e same two mal^sjshe
as an American, ticket agent, at counter 9,:eh:ecked in art 09/11/0:1.
I I recalled those two individuals had seats, 12a and .i2rj: on
American flight 77 for 09/11/01. | ,.-:.-•:-- [identified two / /
individuals passing through the .security at 7:41 A.rvi. as the;two/
passengers whom had first class teats on flight 7.7, and were gating
to Hawaii. .••'''// / / I \

Jwas shown ADT yideq tapes recorded from the


British Airline ticket counter, camera 30. on 09/11/01. Gamer? 30
also records activity at the American Airline's ticket counters. I
I {identified the two males that had tickets for flight 7f7,
. jgajs .1,2a arjtf.12b, at the American ticket counter at 7J18 a.jti.
Jrecalled the shorter male having the last name of;MOQED.
MOQED appeared more in con.trol then the other individual checking
in with him. MOQED checked one bag, in whichl / [described as
an old crackled brownish black leather suitcase. The second male
did not have any bags to check. .Whenl~ lasked thje required
security questions she recalled the second male turned to DIPPED and
spoke in another language. MOQED then hesitated in his response to
the question "has anyone given you anything to carry on the
flight". MOQED hesitated just long enough for I |to conduct a
-profile-arralysisr -r / _..«-..^_^»«—»~ ...mi. «,.

L Jdid not recall seeing MOQED and the other


individual speaking to anyone else. On the recording of camera 30,
.identified her placing MOQED's bag on the belt at 7:17 a.m.
recalled both MOQED and the other male waved and smiled at

Investigation on at
09/19/01 Dulles, Virginia
File # Date dictated
2fi5A-NY-28Q350-3Q2 WF2481.302 09/21/01
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265A-NY-280350-302 WF2481.302

Continuation of FD-302 of | 1 , On 09/19/01 , Page 2


her when they departed the ticket counter forthe security gates.
I ~ldjd not recall anything unusual witrV.the two individuals
that were at American's ticket counter on 09/11/01 at 7:29 a.m.
I ladvised that she did not oav attention to them because she
had a passengers issue at the time. | |was shown video from
camera 30 taped at 7:3.5 a.m^.pf a male in a wnite.shjrt.l
did not check him in nor did;she recognize him.

,_ ,. 1 hvas shown photos 6f five males and advised t^gj,


she did not recognize any of them. .";... \

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DATE
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12/10/2001
THERESA ANNE RIZZUTO
NCTA 004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)
P
/f9/ll Law Enforcement
.1. / /Privacy
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 12/10/2001

On 12/06/2001. Detective U ~~ \w Jersey


State Police, and Special Agent V j Newark Division,
interviewed THERESA ANNE RIZZUTO, at her place of employment,
UNITED AIRLINES UAL, Terminal A. NEWARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT,
Newark, New Jersey 07114 J I. After the identities of
the interviewing investigators was made known, RIZZUTO provided the
following information. ', /

RIZZUTO is the General Manager for UAL AT ^lewark Airport


and is responsible for the daily oversight of UAL operations there.
RIZZUTO provided a general understanding of the boardiflg procedures
that were in place on 09-11 -2001 for UAL FLIGHT 93. Sh$ identified
the location of check-in as well as the UAL employee who conducted
such on each of the four hijackers. RIZZUTO did this by/cornparing
the issuing agent's identification number that was listed on each
of the hijackers' boarding passes with the record of where the ,
agent was assigned on 09-11-2001. /... "^ 9/11 Personal Privacy
*\ "TaxA/un RIZZUTO advised that all gf.tne Suspected hijackers
-^ vjiwvw*. checked in at the front ticket counter of UAL. ZIAD,.<)AftRAH was
ft\\Wi>iLwiwcneckedinby|"1 AHMAD AL HAZNAWI was
W H a 2r^checked in byl ,--"" 1 AHMED ALNAMI and
A • SAEEDALGHAMDI were checked in.bvl /' . *
l\ O^.-iVtW^i, RIZZUTO advised thatl [had recently retired subsequent to 09-
\__ "iilMroiv 11 •2001 • RIZZUTO could not provide the times of the check-ins. She
claimed that they would be listed on the Passenger/Name Records
PNR, which are available through UAL corporate office.
RIZZUTO also advised that the following reports,
available through the UAL corporate office, could also provide
detailed times for check-in, "doors closed" and "pMsh back" times
related to UAL 93. These reports are as follows;;ACI printout,
Gate reader report, and the ACARS report. /
In addition, RIZZUTO advised that IJAL FLIGHT 92 was a
"turn around" flight for UAL FLIGHT 78 which departed San Francisco
at 7:01 p.m. on 09-10-2001. /

Upon the conclusion of the interview RIZZUTO provided

Investigation on at /
12/06/2001 Newark, N;ew Jersey
File # ' Date dictated
265A-NY-2fi035Q-NK /

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Continuation of FD-302 of THERESA ANNE RIZZUTO , On 12/06/2001 , Page 2

copies of the following:

a) a fuel receipt (F 359507) for UAL FLIGHT 93 indicating


that 6,097 gallons of fuel was delivered at 0800 hrs. on
09-11-2001
b) a United States Postal Service Air Contract
Transportation Manifest

c) a report indicating weight and freight distribution


for UAL FLIGHT 93

d) a dispatch flight plan for UAL FLIGHT 93

e) a multiple container receipt for EWRFF USPS dated 09-


11-2001
f) a receipt for a battery powered wheelchair that was
loaded on board UAL FLIGHT 93

These reports will be retained as evidence and will be stored in


the 1A section of this file.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00044802
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-IN-17289
DATE 09/12/2001
FBIDESCR
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (Is) Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT 265A-NY-280350\NK
AEG:aeg

1.

The following Investigation was conductedDV SAI ' •*- Law Enforcement Privacy-
Inn 0971 i>/gQQi at approximately 8:OOAM|:

L JUnited Airlines Customer Service


Representative
, at Newark. Airport; telephoneF | home i
telephone i
J was interviewed at Terminal A, Newark Airport.

[was shown a copy of the United Airlines flight 93 \t class boarding pass dated 09/11 2001., in the name of Z

JARRAH seat 1B, which she had issued. She acknowledged issuing
the ticket but could not recall the name, the individual, or i |
anything surrounding the event. I (stated she worked frohn I
4:45AM to 3:OOPM on 09/11/2001, and began the day by working jthe
gates. At approximately 7:25-30AM, after a'break;, she began; j
helping at the first class ticket counter... \; I
I I noted from the copy of the boarding pgss.that
JARRAH held an e-ticket,. She stated the procedure for che
in with e-tickets is to view 6rie-form..of photo ID, thenjssue..a
boarding pass. No paper tickets are issued, and no payment
transactions occur at the counter. She has no tdea.Jipw the"S:
ticket was paid, other than to say it was probable procured
the internet or telephone. .,, 9/11 Personal Privacy
L ... ^T Commented.
that the name JARRAH is Arabic and that she usually engages i
conversation with Arabic people who she encounters at the ticket:
counter. However, she cpukf hot recall anything about JARRAH. \r is ANNETTE, telephone|_

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00027232
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-57561
DATE = 09/13/2001
FBIDESCR : INTERVIEW OFl I
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95) ....

. 1 - "'--.. / -
,;!'•''9/11 Personal Privacy-
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION .

.. ;x;J3ate of transcription 09/13/2001

O n Thursday. September 1 3 , . Z O P T I / ^ \e of Birth:/ I. Social SecuT

address:\' ..-••'..•''••' I
I |was interviewed at the United Airlines passenger lounge,
Newark Airport. I Itias wdrked for United Airlines for thirty
three years, the last thirteen,a^ a Customer Service
Representative. 1 . *~1 Advised that she was at an x-ray site
from 6:15 a.m.. until19:15 a.m.,; because of an one hour ground
stoppage.L-DE-aajJ claimed that the only thing that seemed out of
the ordinary was that two White businessmen did not check any
luggage in. I _ ladvised that one of the businessmen did not
have any picture ID, however, the spoke English without an accent.

Investigation on at
09/13/2001 United Airlines

File # Date dictated


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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00047073
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-IN-19166
DATE = 09/11/2001
FBIDESCR : RE: I I
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 265A-NK-105533
AEG:aeg

The following investigation was.conducted by SA[ 9/11 Law Enforcement


"^ 09/11/2001 "at: approximately 10:OOPM: Privacy
I I United Airlines Customer Service
Rep resentative at Newark Airport, telephone I \e
address L
telephone\ J was telephonicaliy interviewed at her
residence since she would not return to work until Thursday
09/13/2001. ' ...

Jwas pfovided.the.names AHMAD ALHAZNAWI (seat


6B),), AHMED
AHh ALNAMI (seat 3C), SAEED ALGHAMDT (seat 3D) and Z4AQ::
JARRAH seat 1B whom she was believed to have checked-in aboard. '''. '9/11 Personal Privacy—•
United Airlines flight 93, first class section earlier this day. ..„•.••'•"'"" ..--'"'
(It was later learned from copies of boarding passes thatshe'
only checked in AHMAD ALHAZNAWI). I hvais' unable to recall
any recollection of the individuals. She advised she worked from
6:OOAM to 3:OOPM on 09/11/2001, and did handle some qheck-ins for
flight 93 to San Francisco. However, she could not recall the
names or anything out of..the ordinary.

] supervisor is ANNETTE GADSQN, NEIL GRANDE or


RANDY REID at telephoneP T

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00021860
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-NK-826
DATE 09/12/2001
FBIDESCR L
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT 265A-NK-105533
AEG:aeg

__......--•-"" 9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy

The following Investigation-was conducted by SAl J ||


L Ion 09/12/2001 at approximately 4:45AMj I

I |U.nited Airlines Customer Service


Representative at Newark Airport, telephoned "I home
telephone ^^1 was interviewed..at Terminal A, Newark
Airport. \s shown a copy of the'tMited Airlines flight i
93, first class boarding pass dated 09/11 2001, for AHMED . i
ALNAMI seat 3C and SAEEB ALGHAMDI seat 3D wTlich:he:had\
issued. He acknowledged issuing the ticket but could not recalf; ^
the name, the individual, or anything surroundin& the evenf."^-::-""/ 9/11 Personal Privacy
L ..(speculated he issued the boarding passes the
previous day 09/11/2001 between 7-7:30AM,--Me advised that he
handled many first class passengers .thai day but did not note
anything unusual or peculiar about the passengers. He described
the morning as uneventful, slow and quiet before the news about
hijacking. I Iwbrked from 4:25AM to 3:OQPM on 09/11/2001.
His supervisor is NEIL GRANDE, telephonef ~l

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00067801
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-19081
DATE = 09/21/2001
FBIDESCR : GAIL JAWAHIR
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)
,;:--"",9/ll Personal Privacy

FEDERAL BUREAU/OF INVESTIGATION

. . . Date of transcription 09/21/2001


GAIL JAWAHIR, Datp of Birth DOB) | Social
Security.Account,,Nlimber SSANI r:n.gtr.mpr saruirQ
Representative. UNITED AIRLINES. Boston, Massachusetts MA, was
... advised.of the identity of the interviewing agent and the purpose
"T" to /i\CJ^ w-£l of the interview. Also present was Massachusetts State Trooper PI
Qq,\XM/if\AA - WW**™1 I I.JAWAHIR provided the following information:

^ L- 1 I S!^M/ JAWAHIR has been employed with LJNJTED AIRLINES for


^..aJrowrvw approximately 13 years. She is Currently assigned to Customer
...--•"" Service and responsible for the ticketing and check in of
passengers. She normally works the 4:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. shift.

^v i/A" JAWAHIR arrived to work at approximately 4:30 a.m. Upon


-\c \ oj, yftfewlA her arrival, she discovered that she been assigned to'work with the
basic check-in of passengers. JAWAHIR advised that she-prefers to
work with ticketing and switched job assignments with UNITED.,
k AIRLINES employee KAREN GRIFFITH. JAWAHIR stated that at ,
•* IpOJyfJWJW^A approximately 4:30 a.m., UNJIED. AIRLINES had their normal daily/9/11 Law Enforcement
briefing. This briefing is a discussion about flights, weather, / Privacy
and assigned positions. The purpose of the briefing is also is to,
address any vacancies due to employees calling in sick. JAWAHIR
recalled that everyone was present that morning.

At approximately 5:00 a.m., JAWAHIR opened .her counter


and started with the first of the customers. JAWAHIR recalled
checking in a number of people who were scheduled to fly on UNITED
AIRLINES Flight 175. Boston to Los Angeles. However, JAWAHIR
stated that passenger flow was very slow and she did,hot check very
many people in.
Shortly before 7:00 a.m., JAWAHIR recalled two well
dressed Arabic males approached her ticket counter. JAWAHIR
advised that one of the males Subject #1 indicated that he wished
to purchase a ticket. JAWAHIR advised that he spoke very poor n
English. JAWAHIR stated that she asked, "checking in or buying a ~~"
ticket?" The man, #1, who JAWAHIR identified as being of Mid __
Eastern descent, responded "purchase ticket." JAWAHIR noted that —
she observed that Subject #1 had a UNITED AIRLINES envelope with a ~^
UNITED AIRLINES itinerary in hand. JAWAHIR stated that she ./

Investigation on at / —
09/11/2001 /Logan Airport, Boston, MA .—

File* Date dictated -"'•'


265D-NY-28035Q / 09/16/2001 ' T^

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265D-NY-280350

Continuation of FD-302 of GAIL JAWAHIR , On 09/11/2001 .Page 2

informed #1 that he did not need to buy a ticket, that he already


had a ticket and he simply needed to go to the check in area.
JAWAHIR advised that both men subsequently departed for the line to
check-in for flights.

JAWAHIR advised that the two young Mid Eastern men walked
over to stand in the check-in line. JAWAHIR recalled that UNITED
AIRLINES Customer Service Agent MANNY CARREIRO was the
representative who dealt with the two Middle Eastern gentlemen.
JAWAHIR advised that one of the men must have told MANNY that he
wished to buy a ticket, as MANNY sent both men back to JAWAHIR's
counter.

JAWAHIR stated that Subject #1 again said that he needed


to buy a ticket. JAWAHIR asked to look at his itinerary and found
that he was booked on UNITED AIRLINES Flight 175, Boston to Los
Angeles. JAWAHIR added that the gentlemen, whose last names both
started with an "A," were in the business class, row 9, in either
seats A and B or B and C. JAWAHIR added that Subject #1 used a
Florida driver's license for identification, and recalled that the
city listed on the driver's license was "something Boach." JAWAHIR
stated that she then asked both Subject #1 and Subject #2 the
security questions. JAWAHIR advised that both #1 and #2 had
problems answering the security questions. JAWAHIR went over the
questions again very slowly and received the appropriate responses.

JAWAHIR advised that #2 had a paper ticket, that appeared


to have been mailed to him. Number 2 utilized a Virginia drivers
license as his form of identification. JAWAHIR stated that both
men checked in one bag. JAWAHIR recalled that each bag was normal
in size and did not appear to be very heavy. JAWAHIR added that
the bags were the size that you would normally utilize if you were
gone for a week. JAWAHIR added that both bags looked new. JAWAHIR
advised that she thought both men had one carry on bag with them.

JAWAHIR advised that she issued the two men two boarding
passes, in row 9, in the business class section. JAWAHIR added
that she asked the men if it would be okay to have her place both
boarding passes in one envelope. JAWAHIR advised that she was
uncertain as to whether the men understood the question, but they
indicated that it would not be a problem. Thus, JAWAHIR placed
both tickets and boarding passes in one envelope. JAWAHIR also
circled the gate number, gate 19, on boarding pass. JAWAHIR then
directed the two men in the direction of the security gate.

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265D-NY-280350

Continuation of FD-302 of GAILJAWAHIR , On 09/11/2001 , Page 3

JAWAHIR advised that they departed in that direction. JAWAHIR


added that she did not observed the men with either cell phones or
pagers.

JAWAHIR described Subject #1 as a Mid Eastern male, early


20's, approximately 5'4", with a slim build. JAWAHIR recalled that
this individual was very well dressed, with well trimmed hair and a
button down shirt. JAWAHIR advised that #1 had dark hair which was
combed back and very short with bangs. He did not have any facial
hair, nor did she recall glasses or jewelry.

JAWAHIR described #2 as shorter than #1, well dressed


wearing what appeared to be a dark suit. He also had short hair
and a dark skin tone.

JAWAHIR recalled that the suitcases that the men checked


in were soft sides with handles you could use to pull the suitcase
behind you. JAWAHIR recalled that the handbags looked like a
briefcase. JAWAHIR did not recall either man emanating any type of
scent, and thought that they seemed to be students.

JAWAHIR was asked if she would recognize the name of the


passengers from the UNITED AIRLINES manifest for Flight 175.
JAWAHIR advised that she thought she would be able to pick the
names out, as they had the same last name. JAWAHIR was shown a
manifest and immediately indicated that HAMED ALGHAMDI and HAMZA
ALGHAMDI were the two Mid Eastern individuals who checked in with
her at the ticket counter. JAWAHIR added that she was positive
that those were the names utilized by the two men.

JAWAHIR stated that she recalled the men well enough to


attempt and provide information for a sketch of the two men.

JAWAHIR lives atf


home telephone nnmhor^ I work telephone numbe
Her UNITED AIRLINES identification number is

JAWAHIR provTded.no additional information at this time:

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BEGPRODNO M-lNT-00001554
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-1169
DATE 09/11/2001 . ,,•79/11 Law Enforcement
FBIDESCR 09/11/01 MANUEL CARREIRO INTERVIEW BY I /Privacy
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

09/11/01

On September 11, 2001, MANUEL CARREIRO. aka MANNY.


Hispanic male, date of birth)

\ pager, was advised of the identities of the / \g personnel and the nature of the interview. CARREIPJO

voluntarily provided the following information: . \O stated that he has been a Customer Service \e for U

been based at Boston Logan Airport. He stated that today he was;


working a 4:45 am -10:15 am shift. Prior to the shift, he/ \d up to the "authorized No Pay" list which means that

on this list will be sent home according to seniority. At \5 am he was told to go home by his supervisor JOANN

When he arrived at work at 4:45 am, he was assigned to 9/11 Personal Privacy
the UNITED ticket counter - First Class Line. At approximately
7:00 am - 7:30 am, a man came up to him with a "certificate" and
asked him to print him a ticket to get on Flight 175./ He stated
that he did not recognize this 'certificate" and did not know how
to print it and he told the man to go to the Ticket Counter,
where GAYLE JAWAIR phonetic was working. He described this
individual as follows: Male with dark olive skin, late 20's,
dark full head of hair combed back, no facial hair, suit jacket,
skinny, 5' 10", 160 pounds. He does not recall/if this
individual was carrying any luggage. He did nbt see this
individual with anyone else. In addition, this nian's English was
poor and CARREIRO had difficulty in commuhicating with him.

CARREIRO does not recall any unusual activities in the


days preceding this hijacking. He does not know anyone who is
employed by UNITED that may be involved in this activity.

09/11/01 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

xxxx Q'g/12/01

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00021714
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-NK-745
DATE = 09/14/2001
FBIDESCR : EMPLOYEES WORKING AT NEWARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ON 9/11/01
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302/Rev. 10-6-95)

(JV\ 1-

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/14/2001

On 09/11/2001 United Airlines General Manager of Customer


Service Teresa A. Rizzuto, provided the below listed Special Agent
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI with the following
information:

The following employees were working at Newark


International Airport on 09/11/2001:

Argenbrite Security Employees

Catherine Westfield

---""" 9/11 Personal Privacy

United Airlines Ramp Service

Mulhamer Cam!
Chester Ciuba
Craig Cullen
Michael DeCarlo
Michael Kampo
Frank Kolmansperger
Victor Macaro
Phillip Steinbacher
Steve Washington
Donald Campbell
Joe Conner
Ted Jemas

Investigation on at
09/11/2001 Newark, New Jersey

File# Date dictated


265D-NY-280350 09/13/2001
19/11 Law Enforcement Privacy

This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI
and is loaned to your agency;

July 7, 2004 7:24 pm Page 1 '^""^


it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

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FD-302a (Rev. 10-6-95)

265D-NY-280350

Continuation of FD-302 of , On 09/11/2001 , Page 2

Roy Kee
Roy Townsend United Airlines Maintenance Mechanics

Salvatore Amato
Michael Battaglino
Kenneth Botke
James Breazzano
Leonard Castino
Joeseph Croteau
Anthony Don
Michael Dugan
William Georgpoulos
Doreen Holder'
Maria Intatano
Edward Johnson
James Killion
Dean Kostantakis
Stanley Kot
William Laureno
Glenn Leger
Duane Lewis
Thomas Molnar
James Personette
Gregory Pinelli
Randall Quesada
Richard Schwabacher
Howard Seaman
David Sharrow
Christopher Stephens
George Tarapata
Gregory Vincelli

United Airlines Air Freight Agents

George Behringer
Michael Casey
Joseph Galanti
Gary Haberstroh
Henry Haligowski
Steven Haligowski
James Mannion
Eddrin Martinez
Nancy Paglio
John Passerella

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FD-302a (Rev. 10-6-95)

July 7, 2004 7:24 pm Page 2


265D-NY-280350

Continuation of FD-302 of , On 09/11/2001 , Page 3

Donald Pierce
Michael Volpicelli
Frank Warzocha

United Airlines Storekeepers

David Babb
Joseph DeCarlo
James Evans
Paul Lobe
Anthony Mastrangelo
Philip Motta
David Peer
Lorraine Short

United Airlines Customer Service


""79/11 Personal
Bemardita Abdon
Rosario Aguirre
Billie Bickhardt
Marie Blackwell
ILynn BodeZJ
Hilda Borzi
Richard Capozzi
Robert Christastie
Gloria Cruz
Gina D Ambra
Rita Deane
Grace Dibartolo
Miguel Fernandez
Vincent Ferry
Joanne Flieger
Annette Gadson
Laraine Giannuzzi
Diane Gilmore
Edward Gomez
Nilda Grande
Thomas Grogan
Diane Imbemba
Mable Johnson
Ugochi Jonatahn
Maura Jonas .,

Allah Larry

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FD-302a(Rev. 10-6-95)

265D-NY-280350

Continuation of FD-302 of , On 09/11/2001 ,Page 4

July 7, 2004 7:24 pm Page3


Hongjin Liu
Syed Mahmud
Mary Mitchell
Rosemary Muzek
Harish Naik 9/11 Personal Privacy—~
I I
Victor Nolasco
Kellie OBrien
Mary OHara
Colette Pesce
Randye Philips
Robert Pruchnik
Harsha Punjabi
Joseph Ramos
Anthony Reid
Giselle Reyes
Lisa Rubbelke
Kathleen Sardinsky
Lucretia Sargent
Torry Shaw
Rose Sites
Joanie Smith
Patricia Tashjian
Libera Wartel
Patricia West
Marvin Westney
Carol White
Lorraine Wisely
Nancy Yanni
Laureen Knowlton
Marci Smith
Terri Zayat

Gate Gourmet

Robert Blaise
Juan Navidad
Keyla Andino
John Aquire
Augusto Garcia

Rizzuto also provided a complete list of current United


Airlines employees at Newark Airport which is attached and made a
permanent part of this report.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00026660
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-57083
DATE = 10/10/2001
FBIDESCR : INTERVIEW OF CATHERINE WESTFIELD
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

-1 -

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 10/10/2001

CATHERINE WESTFIELDJ I
telephone number! \s contacted at her place of
employment ARGENBRIGHT INCORPORATED. Newark International Airport,
Newark, NJ, telephone numberl~ lAftarbeing advised of
the identity of the interviewing agent, and the nature of the ;;;;;:;;;::-, , p ~r.,nn , i pr H ,,,„..
interview, WESTFIELD provided the following information: ' y '.L x v ersonai fnvacy

WESTFIELD advised that her date of birth isi I


place of birth
"" 4s \d her social security number

WESTHELD advised she has been employed by ARGENBRIGHT in


security for the past nine months. Prior to that she worked as a
recreation aide for the City of Newark. On September 11, 2001,
WESTFIELD was stationed at her security checkpoint leading to the
UNITED AIRLINES gates in Terminal A. Her usual shift is 5:00 a.m.
until 2:00 p.m. WESTFIELD stated that she observed nothing unusual
at her checkpoint on that day.

Investigation on at
10/8/01 Newark International Airport, Newark, NJ

File # Date dictated


265A-NY-280350-302 10/9/01
by 9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy

This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI
and is loaned to your agency;
it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00072560
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-23371
DATE = 09/15/2001
FBIDESCR : BRAHIM, RAMZY
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/26/01

RAMZY BRAHIM. male, date of blrtrf

_/ work address of
HUNTLEIGH SECURITY. Boston Logan Airport, Terminal C, East
Boston, MA, MASSPORT/Loaan International Airport Identification
badge number I I was advised of th& identity of the
interviewing Agent. BRAHIM provided the following information. ••'''9/11 Personal Privacy " —
BRAHIM is from Morocco. He arrived in the United
States at Kennedy Airport, New York, New York on 8/12/01.. He is
a permanent resident alien green card holder. BRAHIM.works at
another job in addition to his position at HUNTLEIGH, BRAHIM
works as a dishwasher for GREENHOUSE CAFE. HARVARD UNIVERSITY, 1
Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA,| BRAHIM's
supervisor at the GREENHOUSE CAFE is COLLEEN BELLSO.

BRAHIM is not familiar with the FAA regulations with


respect to knives aboard aircraft. BRAHIM had no information to
offer with respect to the UNITED AIRLINES hijacking on September
11, 2001. BRAHIM is a non-practicing Muslim.

9/1 5/2001 East Boston, MA

265A-NY-280350-302 9/26/2001

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00023942
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-39590
DATE = 09/14/2001 Vll Personal Privacy
FBIDESCR : THOMAS, WILLIAM
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/29/01

On September 14. 2001. WILLIAM THOMAS. Date of Birth:

iwed bv ALCOHOL.
1 was interviewed
TOBACCO & FIREARMS ATF Special Agent SAl LOGAN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Terminal C, East Boston, Massachusetts.
THOMAS provided the following information:

THOMAS was born in Boston, Massachusetts, United States,


of America. He has never been out of the country. He is a
Baptist and has no political affiliations of any sort.

THOMAS has been employed by HUNTLEIGH SECURITY as a,


Pre-Board Screener Supervisor PBSS for approximately three 3
years. His usual days off are Sunday and Monday. His work shift
runs from 0500 through 1300 hours.

On September 11,2001, THOMAS worked from 0500-0600 at /9/11 Law Enforcement


the magnetometer. He does not recall any knives passing through • ' Privacy
the checkpoint.

THOMAS is aware that the FEDERAL AVIATION


ADMINISTRATION FAA regulation for knives passing through
security is 4<", as long as it does not have a jagged edge. If a /
knife exceeds this measurement, he instructs the passenger to,
check the knife or turn it over to security. If they surrender ,
the knife, it is sent to Lost and Found where the passenger rnay
try and retrieve it, upon their return to LOGAN. If something is
taken to the Lost and Found, it has to be logged under ,
confiscated. Knives that are okay to pass through security are
not logged in.

THOMAS stated he will allow a box cutter through the


checkpoint, if the blades are removed.

THOMAS stated knives of different sorts, but mostly


SWISS ARMY knives pass through security every day. He stated the
FAA rules allow it.

THOMAS stated there are no co-workers and have been no

9/14/01 East Boston, MA

265A-NY-280350-302 / 9/21/01

SAL
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passengers, he can recall, that have made him suspicious of their


intentions or activities.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00001577
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-28O350-302-1212
DATE = 09/12/2001
FBIDESCR -. JENNIFER GORE
INPUTBATCH : NCTAJD04 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

-1

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/12/2001

JENNIFER GORE, white female, date ofbirthf


Social Security Account numberj

I was advised of the identities^ of the Interviewing agents. Ms.


aore was further advised that this interview concerned the
operation of the X-Ray scanning machine at the United Airlines
Terminal at Terminal C, Logan International Airport Airport,
Boston, Massachusetts. This interview was conducted at the offices
of United Airlines at the Airport.

Ms. Gore stated that she is employed by HUNTLEIGH


Security as the Supervisor in Charge which is colloquially referred
to as the "CSS," in Terminal C of the Airport. She was in charge of
the security checkpoint in the United Airiines Terminal at Terminal
C, from 0500 5:00am to 1300 1:00am on this date. Ms. Gore
stated that the shift at Terminal C was operated without
significant incident until approximately 0815 8:1 Sam when a
dispute with a passenger, described as a Oriental male, over the
passenger's insistence that he be allowed to take two laser
pointers on board the aircraft. Ms. Gore stated that two lines were
in operation at the time, and the dispute caused the affected line
to temporarily cease operation.

Ms. Gore provided a log of the personnel who operated the


X-Ray scanning machine screen during the period from 0500-0930
5:00am thru 9:30am. These X-Ray machines are used to scan and
inspect carry-on luggage and other items carried by passengers on
to commercial airlines. These personnel are:

WILLIAM MORALES 0500-0530 & 0800-0830


SANTA GUERRERO HF no screen duty
9/11 CLAUDIA RICHEY 0530-0600 8, 0800-0830
Personal privacy BALATRINDAFLIEWF 0600-0630 & 0730-0800
MARCUS ARDON no screen duty
ATIMA OSMAN 0500-0530 & 0700-0730
0630-0700 & 0830-0900
CHRISTOPHER FERNANDEZ 0530-0600 & 0730-0800
\ 0630-0700 & 0830-0900

Investigation on at
09/1 1/2001 Boston, Massachusetts

File # Date dictated


26S-D-NY-280350
by Enfo rcernent Privacy

This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FB

July 7, 2004 6:11 pm Pa<


and is loaned to your agency;
it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

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FD-302a(Rev. 10-6-95)

265-D-NY-280350

Continuation of FD-302 of JENNIFER GORE , On 09/11/2001 , Page 2

GLADIMIR LaFOREST 0600-0630 & left early


MOHAMED A. SHARRIF no screen duty
MOHAMED OSMAN no screen duty
KATHLEEN MALERBA 0700-0730 & 0900-0930

Ms. Gore stated that none of the X-Ray operators asked


for a "bag check," that is a secondary visual check of a suspicious
item in a carry-on bag, during this shift.

Ms. Gore provided the interviewing agents with


photocopies of the X-Ray logs, and "Security Report/Control Log.

Ms. Gore provided no additional information at this time.

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19/11 Personal Privacy
BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00077076
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-28769
DATE = 09/15/2001
FBIDESCR : RICHEY, CLAUDIA
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/26/01

CLAUDIA RICHEY. black female, date of birth I


SSAN?r
Jwork address of HUNTLEIGH SECURITY, Boston Logan
International Airport, Terminal C, East Boston, MA,
MASSPORT/Logan International Airport Identification badge number
1 \g 10/4/02, was advised of the official identity of
the interviewing Agent. RICHEY provided the following
information.

RICHEY was hired by HUNTLEIGH on 9/28/00. She attended


2 days of training, each day consisting of 8 hours. She next had
40 hours of on the job training at the security check point.
During this training period another screener was with her at all
times observing her work to make sure it was done correctly. She
said the way to tell if a security check point person is in
training is to|
";9/ll Closed by Statute
RICHEY is
currently a security check point supervisor for HUNTLEIGH
SECURITY.

RICHEY prefers to staff her security check point with a i


person in the following positions: magnetometer, hand wand, bag
checker, x-ray and exit. She said the exit person is the
individual who makes sure that individuals are not allowed in the;
secure area without first passing through the security check. ;

RICHEY reported if she encounters a problem with a j


threatening weapon she freezes the site and calls "LEO." She i
said "LEO" stands for law enforcement officer. RICHEY tells the:
passenger to hold on and tries to down play the situation so the
passenger will not know that the security check point people know
the passenger is carrying a weapon. The passenger then wartsj
until a Massachusetts State Trooper arrives to evaluate the !
dangerousness of the weapon. If the weapon is non-threatening,
the passenger is instructed to take the weapon back to the ticket
counter and check it with the rest of their luggage, j

J I nis indicates to HICHEY the dangerousness of


the weapon.

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CLAUDIA RICHEY 9/15/2001

RICHEY advised the FAA and UNITED AIRLINES rule on


knives is if the knife is 4" or less, the knife is allowed on
board the aircraft. If the knife is longer than 4* the passenger
is instructed to return to the ticket counter and check the knife

July 7, 2004 6:52 pm Page 1


with their luggage. RICHEY reported knives are a common problem
at the security check point but the knives are generally less
than 4".

RICHEY advised on 3 separate occasions recently married


couples attempted to take a wedding cake knives longer than 4"
through the security check point. Each time she instructed the
recently married passengers to return to the ticket counter and
check the wedding cake knife with their luggage. She said each
time a UNITED AIRLINES representative escorted the married couple
back to the security check point and told the security check
point people to allow the wedding cake knife onboard the
aircraft. RICHEY said she subsequently allowed the married
couples to board the aircraft with the wedding knives.

"9/11 Closed by
J The hand wand is used to identify the object on the person
Statute
which is sounding the alarm.

RICHEY stated she works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays,


Thursdays and Saturdays. She works from 5:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m.
She was working at Terminal C on September 11, 2001. RICHEY said
what she remembers most about the 11th, prior to the hijacking,
was a Chinese man who tried to pass through her security check
point with a laser pointer. RICHEY was unable to convince the
Chinese man to throw away the batteries to his laser pointer.
She subsequently notified the Massachusetts State Police who was
able to convince the Chinese man to discard the batteries. The
Chinese man was then allowed to proceed to his plane. RICHEY
said this occurred at about 6:30 a.m. on the 11th.

RICHEY said box cutter knives are not allowed onboard


an aircraft. She described a box cutter knife as one that has a
thumb operated switch which is depressed to allow the knife to
protrude. The box cutter knives are not allow on the airplane
due to the sharpness of the blade. She said no passengers were
stopped on September 11, 2001 with box cutter knives.

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CLAUDIA RICHEY 9/15/2001

RICHEY reported she does remember middle eastern men


passing through her security check point on September 11, 2001.
She spoke with the Massachusetts State Police and the FBI on
9/11/01 about the middle eastern men. She also described the
middle eastern men to a police sketch artist.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00002677
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-2698
DATE = 09/12/2001
FBIDESCR : SUNDAY TAYLOR SECURITY CHECKPOINT SUPERVISOR BOSTON
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

9/11 Personal Privacy

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION,

Date of transcription 09/12/2001


Ms. Sunday Taylor. Security Checkpoint Suparyisor. Boston Airport, employee
of Huntleigh USA, 394 Maverick St., E.Boston, MA, wk Tel.i Ka contractor for United
Airlines), was advised of the identity of the interviewing agent and furnished the following
information.

Taylor works the 1 pm- 9pm shift. She worked the afternoons of Sept. 10 and 11,
2001 at Terminal C, Boston Airport and saw nothing suspicious. She has worked for Huntleight for
one year.

On Wednesday August 29, 2001, Taylor was somewhat bothered by a young man
who asked a lot of questions about the X-Ray machine and the magnetometer and took notes. He
was age 25-30, white, dirty blonde hair, Boston accent, 5'6", thin. He was articulate and pleasant.
She asked him for ID and he said he had none. She asked him if he was a reporter or a student.
He said no. He asked questions that she did not want to answer and so she referred him to UA
management. After that, the young man remained seated near the checkpoint for another ten
minutes, taking notes, and t hen he left.

Investigation on at
9/12/01 Boston, MA

File # Date dictated


9/12/01
Law Enforcement Privacy

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and is loaned to your agency; '"^
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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00058938
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-14501
DATE = 09/23/2001
FBIDESCR : ANA HERNANDEZ
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/23/01
/9/11 Personal Privacy

jwas advised of
the official identity of the interviewing Agent. HERNANDEZ
provided the following information.

HERNANDEZ is a Naturalized U.S. Citizen. She has a


MASSPORT/Logan International Airport Identification badge and an
AMERICAN AIRLINES Identification card. HERNANDEZ explained she
works for both GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES CORP. and AMERICAN
AIRLINES. She works part time for AMERICAN AIRLINES Tuesday
afternoons, Saturdays and Sundays. She works for GLOBE AVIATION
on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 a.m. to
1 p.m. When she works for GLOBE AVIATION she generally works the
middle and south security check points. She has worked security
at Boston Logan Airport for approximately 5 years, starting first
witfTSERVTCE'MASTER, then AMR, then WORLD WIDE ariWoWw
AVIATION.

HERNANDEZ was working on 9/11/01. She started her day


at the south security check point at about 5:05 a.m. At about
7:15 or 7:20 she moved to the middle check point which had just
opened. She identified the CSS at the south check point as MARY
LOU LNU, who is Asian. She identified the middle security
check point CSS as ROSARITO RIVIRA.

HERNANDEZ explained she predominately works primary


magnetometer, hand wand, benringer and bag check. She changes
position in the above jobs about every 30 minutes. HERNANDEZ
does not work the x-ray machine that much because of an eye
problem,

HERNANDEZ reported she did not observe anything out of


the ordinary on 9/11/01. After the 2 planes were hijacked and
crashed they closed Logan Airport and the GLOBE AVIATION
employees at the middle and south security check points went to
the main check point.

9/18/2001 East Boston, MA

265D-NY-280350-302 . 9/23/2001

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265D-NY-280350-302

ANA HERNANDEZ 9/18/2001

HERNANDEZ reported she was telephonically interviewed


by a Spanish FBI Agent at her home on 9/11/01. She was
interviewed again at Logan Airport on 9/12/01 by 2 FBI Agents,
one male and one female. HERNANDEZ reported she does not recall

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anything out of the ordinary occurring on 9/11/01. She does not
recall screening any passengers on 9/11/01 who had a knife,
large or small.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00067990
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-19253
DATE = 09/15/2001
FBIDESCR : RIVIRA, ROSARITO
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/25/01

ROSARITO RIVIRA. female, date of birthj 1 place


home address of

aaaress ot GLObE AVIATION SERVICES, Boston Logan International


Airport, Terminal B, East Boston, MA, was advised of the official
identity of the interviewing Agent. RIVIRA provided the
following information.

RIVIRA has been employed by GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES for


approximately 11 months. She has been a CCS, supervisor, for
approximately 5 1/4 months. She generally works the middle
security check point at Terminal B. On September 11, 2001, she
' Uw niMdlg^ectirity check point"wrrich-wasnpe(md"dt' ""
about 7:15 a.m. The opening time of the check point should be
logged in a book which is kept in the office at the main security
check point. She observed nothing unusual on the 11th.

RIVIRA is aware that a knife which has a blade length


of longer than 4" is not allowed aboard aircraft. She said the
managers of her company as well as FAA rules allow knives 4" or
smaller on aircraft. If she encounters a passenger with a knife
longer than 4", she tells the customer they must return to the
ticket counter and have the knife checked with the rest of their
luggage. RIVIRA checks the length of a knife blade with her
MASSPORT/Logan International Airport identification badge. If
the knife is shorter than the identification badge, the knife is
allowed on board the aircraft. If the knife is longer than the
identification badge, the knife must be checked with the
passenger's other luggage. If a knife is located in a
passengers,c^rry on .luggage, the luggage is visually checked;fpx,_,__
the knife. After removing the knife from the luggage the luggage
is again screened.

RIVIRA is aware of box cutter knives. She described a


box cutter knife as having a button on the top you push down on
and extend to get the blade to extend out of its housing. She
said box cutter knives are not allowed on board aircraft.
Approximately 4 months ago she stopped a man at the security
check point who had a box cutter knife. She made the man remove
^he^lades-frorn-ihe-box-eutterknife.-wrap-them-irrtape.-afltl----' -
throw them away. The passenger was then allowed to take the body

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of the box cutter knife on board the aircraft. RIVIRA reported


shejinds more passengers with knives than with box cutter
knives.

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RIVIRA explained it is not unusual for GLOBE AVIATION
employees who work at the security check points to not show up
for work. If the proper number of people to ppen a security --L.:,.-1-mT. imaiM.
"cReck 'DO i nt a re noTon ^3uTy"aTtrie lirrie, tfie'securily'cRecRpoinf
remains closed until it can be properly staffed. She prefers to
have the following positions staffed: x-ray machine, berringer
device which detects chemicals and bombs, primary
magnetometer, male bag check, female bag check and CSS.

RIVIRA works with employees from India, Morocco,


Somalia and Asia. Several GLOBE AVIATION employees are Islam and
pray at work on their break. She identified ISAMAIL MASTER and
KAMAL KHALID as praying by the pay telephones located near the
middle security check point during their break.

RIVIRA takes a GLOBE AVIATION company van to work each


day. Others who accompany her on the van to work are FARAH
ABDULLE, MOHAMMED YUSSUF, CHRISTOPHER GOSS and BERNARD HARRISON.
She described the van driver as Middle Eastern but did not know . 9 /11 Personal Privacy
his name. RIVIRA attempts to kcapl I
separated-as4he.two of them laugh and talk a lot at the security..——» __,,.,..„,,... ,—,,, ... ••••••••••i
check point which comes across as unprofessional to RIVIRA.

RIVIRA has not had any GLOBE AVIATION employees ask her
to smuggle any weapons or contraband through the security check
points nor have they asked her to ignore a particular passenger.
She has never been bribed by a passenger to allow an illegal
weapon or contraband through her security check point.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00023948
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-39596
DATE = 09/21/2001
FBIDESCR : PARK, JUNG
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302(Rev. 10-6-95) 9/11 personal Privacy

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/30/2001

On September 14. 2001. JUNG PARK. DQBi

was interviewed by ATF Special Agent JEFF KERR at Logan Airport,


Terminal B, Boston, Massachusetts.

PARK arrived in the United States approximately eight 8


years ago from South Korea. She is a Christian, a Seventh Day
Adventist. She has no political affiliations of any sort. She
does possess a resident card.

PARK has been employed by Globe Aviation Services


Corporation as a pre-board screener PBS for approximately one 1
year. Her usual days off are Thursday and Saturday. Her work
shift runs from 0500 through 1300 hours.

PARK is aware that the FAA regulation for knives passing


through security is 4<". If a knife exceeds this measurement she
calls for a supervisor. The supervisor either confiscates the
knife or instructs the individual to check the weapon back at the
main baggage check point. Knives with jagged edges regardless of
-size-are-net altewed-through the cheek-poink-She-farther 3totod"— •-
that she will not allow a box cutter through the check point and
will call a supervisor for this item as well.

PARK worked the South check point and recalls nothing


unusual about the morning of 9/11 nor any other day. There are no
co-workers and have been no passengers she can recall that have
made her suspicious of their intentions or activities.

Investigation on at
09/21 /01 East Boston, Massachusetts

File # Date dictated


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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00002858 /9/11 Personal Privacy
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-1203
DATE 09/16/2001
FBIDESCR HAMID IHIZAN 9/12/01
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULL-TEXT

9/16/01

HAMID IHIZAN, bornf


L
SociarSecunty Account NumberL J, was interviewed at
his place of employment, GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES CORPORATION,
East Boston, Massachusetts. Also present during the interview was
Special Aaenfl I Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and , .
Firearms, Boston Division, telephone! lAfter being
advised of the identities of the interviewing Agents and the
nature of the interview, IHIZAN provided the following ...
information: ...

He had been employed for five or six months by GLOBE """::::==..


AVIATION SERVICES CORPORATION. On the morning of 09/11/2001 ,9/11 Law Enforcement
IHIZAN was on duty at the South Check Point from 5:35 AM until / Privacy
7:15 AM. From 7:15 AM until the end of his shift he was on duty
-.-"At-both-locations IHIZAN-eperated-a ••• • '••"
hand wand.

IHIZAN recalled a dark skinned woman whom he believed


to be Hispanic and carrying plastic bags as the only suspicious /
person he could remember seeing on the morning of 09/11/2001. He
believed this woman to be suspicious because she was in a hurry
to get through security. The woman caused an alarm to go off at
the security gate. A supervisor was then called over who allowed
the woman to proceed to her gate.

IHIZAN had no other recollection of suspicious events


on that morning, nor could he recall hearing of anyone who may
have information.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00074619
8EGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-25797 \1
DATE
FBIDESCR IHIZAN, HAMID , \4 (1st Batch of unredacted 302'§ delivered in August)
INPUTBATCH
FULLTEXT 9/17/Q1 \n Seotember 14. 2001. HAMtti IHIZAN. black male. DO

J was contacted aLWs


5
place of employment, Logan .International Airport, American
Airlines-Terminal B, Boston, MA, by AFT Special Agent! }
I ~l 4HI7AM was infnrmBri that he was being questioned
relative to his position.a't Amencan..Airliries-Terminal B and the
events which transpired on Tuesday, September 11,,.2Q011. IHIZAN
provided the following information: "/9 / ]_ ]_
Law Enforcement Privacy
IHIZAN stated he was born in Morocco and immigrated to
Jhe United States in November of 2000. He currently lives in
•i Iwttrrhi5-3itisitmiat6sr AHMED BENATIZ; MOHflftieyBB'WiKt
RACHID JANJAR, and one other who since moved out. JHIZAN stated
he does not belong to any outside organizations or political
groups. /

IHIZAN stated he is employed by Globe Aviatiori Security


and works as a security guard at American Airlines-Terminal B,
Boston Logan Airport. He stated he has been working for Globe in
this capacity for the past six months. Prior to working at
Globe. IHIZAN worked at Bertucci's Restaurant in F^ineuil Hall,
Boston. /

On Tuesday, September 11,2001, IHIZAN yvorked 5:00 AM


to 1:00 PM at the south checkpoint. At approximately 7:15 AM. he
moved to the middle checkpoint. IHIZAN stated iVwas not very
busy that morning because most passengers taking morning flights
pass through the main checkpoint. He stated he/saw nothing
unusuaLoaiul oUhe ordinary while at the south .and middle _„
checkpoints. /

He further stated that prior to the terrorist attacks


on September 11th, he never heard of, or savy anything out of the
.ordinary or that would raise suspicions regarding an attack.
IHIZAN stated he did not suspect any of his co-workers of any
wrong doing. /

With regards to Federal Aviation Administration FAA


•polity orr pasabi igers witlrknives.'tHIZAN •gtated'any-passenygr
with a knife with a blade under 4 inches in/length is permitted

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to board the aircraft. He further stated that when he encounters


a. PaS.sejigjr.witti.a kni|e with a blade that measures over 4.jncjies,
in length, he informs his supervisor who addresses the situation
and informs the passenger that the knife needs to be checked in

July 15, 20042:21 pm Page 1


with baggage. IHIZAN believed box cutters were permitted aboard
aircrafts.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00113481
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-97047
DATE =11/30/2001
FBIDESCR : KUMAR SURYA KAMINENI
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 12/03/2001

KUMAR SURYA KAMINFMI Hats nf Rirth- / "l

J was contacted at his place of


employment. Aner being advised of the identity of the
interviewing agent and the nature of the interview, KAMINENI
provided the following information:

KAMINENI advised that he arrived in the United States in


1995 and first started working at LOGAN AIRPORT in the duty free
shop in Terminal E, as a salesman. In 2000, KAMINENI accepted a
position with GLOBE AVIATION in Terminal E, and was subsequently
trained to provide security services as a Pre-Board Screener PBS
to AMERICAN AIRLINES, who GLOBE AVIATION had a contract with.
KAMINENI advised that after only a couple of months, he was
recruited by HUNTLEY SECURITY, INCORPORATED as a Supervisor.
KAMINENI advised that HUNTLEY SECURITY had just received a contract
to provide security services to UNITED AIRLINES in Terminal C and
wanted him to come work for them as a Supervisor.

KAMINENI advised that in September, 2000, he began


employment with HUNTLEY SECURITY as a Supervisor and was
responsible for the 15 to 20 HUNTLEY employees on each shift who
manned the security checkpoint in Terminal C. KAMINENI advised
that he had a General Manager above him, named SIMON J. ROBINSON.
KAMINENI advised that he usually worked the 5:00 AM to 1:00 PM
shift, and sometimes worked the 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM shift.

KAMINENI made the following observations with regard to


security lapses at the airport:

KAMINENI recalled that on one occasions while he was


headed to the office to begin his shift, he passed an unguarded
door, which led out to the airplanes and observed a Middle Eastern
male attempting to pass through the door. KAMINENI challenged the
individual and asked him if he had a security pass. The individual
did not have a pass and became very confrontational with KAMINENI

Investigation on at —-•"••
11/30/01 Boston, MA ..HI

File # Date dictated —r*


265A.NY-280350 11/30/01 _«*
by [9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy] '_

This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI —.
and is loaned to your agency; ~-~*
it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency. -

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Continuation of FD-302 of Kumar Surya Kamineni , On 11/30/01 .Page 2

regarding his right to be there. When KAMINENI went to get a


security officer, the individual disappeared and was not seen
again. KAMINENI advised that the individual was definitely of
Middle Eastern descent and spoke broken English. KAMINENI advised
that the door in question was regularly unguarded and KAMINENI
reported this on several occasions to his supervisors, who
responded less than enthusiatically. KAMINENI advised that there
was a general attitude of not caring about security at the airport.
KAMINENI advised that he also reported these things to the
secretary of JOSEPH TUERO, the Regional Manager, and also wrote a
letter to his office. ••-•>••"n t-\ -i ^ •
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KAMINENI mentioned-a situation whereby a PBS nafned-.
I t started"dating _ t
~ thai '"
KAMINENI advised thai became impossible tq.siipervisei^rtd
would leave her post and walk away with several other.PBSs causing .
the gate to be extremely short of help. KAMINENI advised that i\
I . | KAMINENI advised \t he worked with several Muslim PBSs.

of which was named . \d that£.


/who was very religious. KAMINENI • ;
Jhad trouble with the local police and on several
occasions was pursued hy tham. KAMINENI described a situation i
around May of 2001, whad Iwas observed bvKAMINENI to have a
small pocket-type knife open. KAMINENI described!
\I advised that he t
Administration FAA agent named SHIRLEY Last Name Unknown LNU,
who he told to regularly test the security gate at HUNTLEY. \I advised that he wanted the FAA to make sure tha

security at his gate was good. i

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Continuation of FD-302 of Kumar Surya Kamineni ., ,'Qh 11/30/01 , , Rage 3

KAMINENI advised that an inrtK/iriuai. namarl ; i I


was a training manager at HUNTLEY and was responsible forproviding
answers on a supervisor's test tdi Tr'so she could be promoted
from a PBS to a supervisor. KAMINEN.I advised he witnessed! I
providing answers tni Iso that she could pass the examination.
KAMINENI also advised that he regularly had to certify/that the
screeners were competent in conducting their screening
observations. KAMINENI advised that the employees/regularly forged
his signature on the certification, which he brought up; in his
1 t KAMINENI advised tha/t, in general,
he believes the knives used in the incident of September 11, 2001
came through the gate and were not detected because of careless
security practices by HUNTLEY and GLOBE AVIATION personnel.
KAMINENI advised that, in general, there was a careless attitude at
both companies regarding security. /
KAMINENI also described a situation whereby at least two
2 Middle Eastern PBS people, one named| J.NU was employed for
approximately a month at each of the three 3 contract security
companies that provide security services to LOGAN AIRPORT.
KAMINENI advised that one 1 individual worked in January, 2001
for GLOBE AVIATION, then a month for HUNTLEY SECURITY in
approximately February, and then moved to ARGEN BRIGHT in
approximately April of 2001. KAMINENI advised that after this, the
individual basically disappeared and he did not see him anymore.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00016605
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-628 ..---"" 9/11 Personal Privacy
DATE = 09/14/2001
FBIDESCR : JOHN MCCREADY INTERVIEW ,
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 09/14/01 ,

JOHN MCCREADY, AMERICAN AIRLINES AA Baggage Checker,


Date of Birth i I was interviewed at Logan Airport.
After being advised of the nature of the interview and the
identity of the interviewing agents, MCCREADY provided the
following information: Also present for the interview was
Massachusetts State Police MSP I iaiitananil 1

MCCREADY works for AA on the day shift from 5:00 AM to \0 PM. He works Sunday through Thursday. MCCREA

advised that the first flight on September 11, 2001 was at 6:00 \. People began to arrive at the airport at 5:00 AM.

LNU, EILEEN LNU. Many of MCCREADY's co-workers are minorities. \e following people arrived before MCCREADY in

CORA. FUCIA LNU, DAVID LNU and JEAN NICHOLS. 9/11 Law Enforcement
Privacy
Between 5:00 AM and 5:30 AM, MCCREADY's responsibility,
was to watch the screen. At 5:30 AM, MCCREADY was placed on
standby. At approximately 5:15 AM, while MCCREADY was checking
bags, he had DAVID LNU and GENE NICHOLS check one bag which
appeared to have wires inside of it. The bag was checked and
their was jewelry inside the bag. A second bag was checked at
approximately 5:20. This bag contained a lamp. DAVID L1SIU
checked the second bag. DAVID then took over the screen. Each
security worker watches the screen for approximately one half
hour. MCCREADY watched the screen a second time from
approximately 7:00 AM to 7:15 AM. During this time period, he
ordered no bag checks. MCCREADY advised that there is a second
doorway beside the checkpoint facing the checkpoint off to the
left. AA employees are able to come and go through this doorway
without going through the checkpoint. MCCREADY does not know
where this door leads.

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There are two screens at the AA checkpoint.
Approximately 50 people came through the AA checkpoint the
morning of September 11, 2001. This gate is an open gate and no
boarding passes are needed to pass through the checkpoint.

July 7, 2004 5:23 pm Page 1 —•^


MCCREADY advised that he has two Arabic co-workers.
The first co-worker is HAMID LNU. HAMID works at the middle
checkpoint. The second Arabic coworker name is MUSTUFA LNU.
MUSTUFA works at the CTX machine. The CTX machine X-rays the
baggage of particular passengers. Both co-workers were working
the morning of September 11, 2001.

MCCREADY advised that he checked one blue cloth duffel


bag. The duffel bag contained tools. The duffel bag contained a
hammer, pliers and sockets. The hammer was confiscated. The
elderly man was described as Hispanic looking dark skin, gray
mustache, gray hair, glasses, medium build, 5'6"-5'7". He was
wearing a beige straw hat. The younger man was described as
lighter skinned, short black hair, black mustache, height 6'0",
athletic build, wearing a short sleeve shirt. The younger man
translated for the elderly man. MCCREADY believed they were
speaking Spanish.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00143822 9/11 Personal Privacy
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-54711 \1
DATE
FBIDESCR NILDA CORA 9/17/01 \4 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
INPUTBATCH
FULLTEXT

10/4/01

On September 17. 2001, Ms. NILDA CORA.t


JSocial
Security Number\ Jwas interviewed by Special Agent
L JBureau of ATF at LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Boston
Massachusetts, Terminal B Main Security Checkpoint.

Ms. CORA, slated that she has been employed for nine /
months by GLOBE ENTERPRISES as a Supervisor of the Terrriinal B
Main Security Checkpoint. Her normal shift at work is from 4:00
am to 1:00 pm. Ms. GQRA further stated that she worked this /
shift on September 11, 2001 and that nothing unusual or /
suspicious occurred at the Main Checkpoint before or after the
terrorist attacks. Immediately subsequent to when the terrorist
attacks occurred, the Main Checkpoint was shutdown. Ms. CORA
stayed at work until 1:00 pm and then left for the day. /

Ms. CORA advised that an unusual incident occurred; at


the Terminal B Main Checkpoint, approximately three weeks ago.
She was working the Main Checkpoint, when a well dressed
businessman, approximately 5'4" and 60 years old, was asking
questions about security at the airport. He did not appear to be
flying that day and did not press the security people for ;
answers. According to Ms. CORA, the man came through the
Checkpoint area and then went back out beyond the Checkpoint. At
that point Ms. CORA lost sight of him and has hpt seen him since
the incident. . /

Law Enforcement Privacy

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00143809
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-54703
DATE 10/04/2001
FBIDESCR CAMILLE M SUMMA 9/17/01 ..,-""
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered fn August)
FULLTEXT

., 10/4/01

On September 17. 2001, Ms. CAMILLE M. SUMMA.

g^ial ___________________ was interviewed by


__ SAl __
"9/11
JBureau of ATF at LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Boston,
Massachusetts, Terminal B Main Security Checkpoint. Personal
Privacy
Ms. SUMMA stated that she has been employed, for ten
years, by GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES GAS as a Pre-Departure
Screener. She explained that her primary duty is to view the x-
ray machine at the Terminal B Main Checkpoint. Her normal work,
hours are 4:00 am to 1 :00 pm. On occasion, Ms. SUMMA will work
at the South Gate Checkpoint as a Pre-Departure Screener.

On the morning of September 1 1 , 2001 , Ms. SUMMA carfie to


work at 4:00 am and immediately reported to the Terminal B Main
Security Checkpoint. She remained at this Checkpoint from 4:00
am to 6:00 am. Within this period of time, Ms. SUMMA did not
recall anything out of the ordinary at this Checkpoint. She /
added that no individuals stood out in her mind as acting either
suspicious or nervous. At 6:00 am, Ms. SUMMA reported to the
Terminal B South Gate Checkpoint as an exit guard. According to
Ms. SUMMA. the duties of an exit guard included watching items
being taken off the x-ray belt and general observation. /She
remained at the South Gate Checkpoint until 9:30 am reporting
nothing unusual. At 9:30 am, Ms. SUMMA'S supervisor, CARTER
BIBBY, instructed all the security people at the South Gate to
shutdown the Security Checkpoint. Ms. SUMMA went back to the
Main Checkpoint and remained there until 1:00 pm.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00001566
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-1194
DATE 09/16/2001
FBIDESCR MOSTAFA MARBOUH 9/12/01
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

9/16/01

MOSTAFA MARBOUH. boml


Ancount Numherl
rwa
was
interviewed at his residence. Also present during the interview \s Special Aoentj iBnrogiirrf Alcohol, To

the interview, MARBOUH provided the following information: , . 1 9 /11 Personal Privacy
MARBOUH had been employed by GLOBE AVIAJloW sincei
04/26/2000 as a security guard who operated the CTX machine that
X-rayed luggage before it was loaded onto an aircraft. MARBOUH;
stated that he normally worked six days a week form 5:00 AM until /9/11 Law Enforcement
1:00 PM, with Friday being his normal day off. ;
' Privacy
The CTX machine operated bv MARBOUH was near the ticket
counter and he had no contact with passengers. MARBOUH did r/tot /
know of any suspicious activity on 09/11/2001. I /

MARBOUH staled that he had lived at|_


\ April 2001.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00067991
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-19255 ';9/ll Personal Privacy
DATE = 09/15/2001
FBIDESCR : AYLWARD. DAVID , j
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in Augusjt)
FULLTEXT : 9/25/01 , i

DAVID AYLWARD. white male, date of birth SSAN:

y work address of GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES, Boston


Logan International Airport, Terminal B, East Boston, MA,
MASSPORT/Logan International Airport Identification badge number
^was advised of the official identity of
the interviewing Agent. AYLWARD provided the following
information.

AYLWARD has worked for GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES for


approximately 2 years. He is a certified PBS (Pre-Board
Screener). He attended 4 days of training at GLOBE AVIATION'S
training facility on Bremen Street in East Boston prior to
working at the gate security check points in Terminal B. AYLWARD
works the following positions at the security gate: x-ray, hand
wand, "Derringer" and the 1st position magnetometer.

AYLWARD recalls working on September 11, 2001. He does


not recall seeing any Middle Eastern passengers passing through
the security check point. He recalled conducting a hand wand
check on the pilot of AMERICAN AIRLINES Flight 11 when he came
through the security check point. He also recalled doing a bag
check on one of the passengers who passed through the security
check point but could not offer any further details on this
matter.

AYLWARD reported sometimes Middle Eastern employees of


GLOBE AVIATION working the security check points will say
something in a foreign language to passengers from the Middle
East. He does not know what they are saying as he does not speak
or understand the language. None of the Middle Eastern employees
have ever asked him to attend religious gatherings at their
mosque nor have any of them asked him to do anything illegal at
the security check point. He has never been bribed by anyone to
allow unauthorized weapons or contraband through the security
check point. He has never been invited to attend any social
functions which might have been hosted by Middle Eastern GLOBE

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AVIATION employees. The times he has observed Middle Eastern


GLOBE AVIATION employees outside of work, as in picking up their
pay check, he observed them wearing traditional western clothing.
AYLWARD has not had any problems with Muslims who work at the
airport.

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AYLWARD is aware that knives longer than 4" are not
allowed to be carried aboard aircraft. Conversely, knives with a
blade length shorter that 4" are allowed to be carried on
aircraft. If a knife longer than 4* is detected at the security
check point the passenger is instructed to return to the ticket
counter and have the knife checked with the rest of their baggage
which will go in the belly of the aircraft. Passengers also have
the option of leaving the unauthorized knife at the security
check point where it will be thrown away. AYLWARD said the CSS
is the person who determines the blade length of a knife and
whether the passenger is allowed to board the aircraft with the
knife. He said the PBS is just the screener.

AYLWARD is aware of box cutter knives. He worked at


STOP AND SHOP Supermarkets for 17 years and knows what a box
cutter knife is capable of. AYLWARD was not aware of his
company's policy on box cutter knives but indicated if the box
cutter knife was 4" or shorter it would be allowed on board the
aircraft. Box cutter knives are not good for stabbing persons
but rather for slashing them.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00070448
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-21513
/9/11 Personal Privacy.
DATE = 09/24/2001
FBIDESCR : GONZALEZ, JOSE
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/25/01

JOSE GONZALEZ. Hispanic male, date of birthj


SSAN:| ~~^
Identification paage number!
address of\k address of GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES, Boston Logan

Internationa! Airport, Terminal B, East Boston, MA, was advised


of the official identity of the interviewing Agent. GONZALEZ
provided the following information.

GONZALEZ has worked for GLOBE AVIATION for 8 to 9


months. He is a baggage handler who works behind the AMERICAN
AIRLINES ticket counter at Terminal B. He works Mondays,
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Generally, on
Thursdays he works overtime. GONZALEZ regular work day schedule
is from 5:30 or 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. GONZALEZ places
passenger's baggage on the conveyor belt behind the ticket
counter. GONZALEZ indicated baggage which is fragile is placed
in plastic containers on the conveyor belt. Similarly, a man's
suit bag would also be placed in plastic container on the
conveyor belt. Oversized and overweight baggage, such as baby
car seats, golf clubs and heavy suitcases, go on a different
conveyor belt than the regular passenger baggage.

GONZALEZ was working on September 11,2001 and began


work at about 6:00 a.m. With respect to the number of customers
checking baggage on the 11th, he described business as "so so."
At about 6:00 a.m., GONZALEZ observed a dark skinned man, wearing
glasses, medium height, about 5'10", with black hair and facial
hair on his chin, in line for the AMERICAN AIRLINES ticket
counter. The man had a single crutch under his right arm
assisting him. GONZALEZ could not recall if the crutch was metal
or wooden. GONZALEZ did not see if this individual had on a cast
or bandage on his foot. GONZALEZ spoke with this person face to
face and was only 2'-3' away when he asked the unknown person if
he would like a wheel chair. The unknown man said "no thank you
I'm alright." GONZALEZ could not detect any type of accent in
the man's response. GONZALEZ could not recall what the man was
wearing for clothes or if the man was accompanied by anyone else.
Other passengers were waiting in line with the unknown man but
GONZALEZ did not see the unknown man talk to anyone. GONZALEZ
reported another AMERICAN AIRLINES employee who saw this unknown

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man was LUISA (LNU) who was the PSR (passenger service
representative) for the ticket counter line on September 11,
2001. GONZALEZ did not know LUISA's last name.

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GONZALEZ was shown a photo array which had 12 different
photographs of the suspected terrorist on it. GONZALEZ chose the
photograph of MARWAN ALSHEHHI as the person who looked most like
the unknown male he observed in line with the crutch.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00039561
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-9793
DATE =09/11/2001
FBIDESCR : RICHEY, CLAUDIA . - q / H Personal
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August) , y/ ±± r^L*vna±
FULLTEXT : _

9/17/01

CLAUDIA RICHEY. Massport numberl"" twas previously


interviewed by Law Enforcement personnel earlier on this date
regarding her observations while working the security checkpoint
for UNITED AIRLINES.

RICHEY thereafter provided MASSACHUSETTS STATE Trooper


I Iwith descriptive data in order for Trooper! I
to sketch a composite drawing of her observation of an individual .
she encountered at the security checkpoint on the morning of
September 11, 2001. ...

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Privacy

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BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-28811
DATE =09/11/2001
FBIDESCR : DICK DOWNEY
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 09/27/2001

DICK DOWNEY, Investigates Federal Aviation


Administration FAA Looan International Airport LIA, Boston,
MA telephone! "Tatter being advised of the identity of
the interviewing agent and the purpose of the interview provided
the following information:

DOWNEY provided "Screener Qualification/Training And


Certification Records" for HUNTLEIGH SECURITY personnel, which
DOWNEY obtained from HUNTLEIGH SECURITY. HUNTLEIGH SECURITY, 395
Maverick Street Suite 203 East Boston, MA, telephone 617-567-
5615, staffs the security check point at United Airlines UA,
LIA.

The records were obtained for the following employees:

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Copies of these records, which include


OJT, testing and x-ray image interpretation records, are
submitted to captioned matter via a 1-A.

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BEGPRODNO M-1NT-00023933
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-39581 9/11 Personal Privacy
DATE 09/15/2001
FBIDESCR MORALES, WILLIAM i
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

9/29/01 |

On September 15. 2001. WILLIAM MQRAI PS natal of Birth:

telephone m ,mhaA \s interviewed by ALCOHOL,


TOBACCO & FIREARMS ATF Special Agent SAI |at LOGAN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Terminal C, East Boston, Massachusetts.
MORALES provided the following information: I

MORALES came to the United States in 1993 from i


Guatemala, and is a Resident Alien.
MORALES is a Catholic and does not have any political
affiliations. :
MORALES has been employed by HUNTLEIGH SECURITY as a
Pre-Board Screener PBS for approximately five 5 months. His
usual days off are Sunday and Monday. His work shift runs from
1300 to 2IOO hours at UNITED AIRLINES. On Tuesday, September 11,
2001, he worked an early shift, 0500-1300 hours. He remembered
during that morning there was a Chinese man who was agitated
about not being able to pass through security with a laser ;Q /., , ,
pointer. / y / i i i,aw Enforcement Privacy

MORALES is aware FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION FAA


regulations allow any knife 4<" to pass through security/and any
knives 4>" must be checked in as baggage or surrendered to
security. He always calls a supervisor for any knife. .
MORALES will allow a box cutter to pass through
security, if the blade is removed.
MORALES stated he recalls nothing unusual about the
weeks before September 11,2001. There are no co-workers and
have been no passengers, he can recall, that Have made him
suspicious of their intentions or activities.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00016671
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-726
DATE 09/13/2001
FBIDESCR DANIEL P. DAWSON INTERVIEW BY SAj,
INPUTBATCH NCTA 004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT 09/13/2001

DANIEL P. DAWSON. bornf I social security


account number!
JWas
interviewed at his place of employment, HUNTLEIGH, a contractor
supplying employment services for UNITED AIRLINES, Logan
International Airport, Boston, Massachusetts. Also oresen at
this interview was Massachusetts State Trooper.F
J After being advised of the identities of the
interviewing Agent"and Trooper, DAWSON provided the following,
information:
DAWSON is the supervisor of the ticket counter at '_;\\D AIRLINES supervising those employees who pla
Enforcement
baggage on the conveyer belt and those employees who assist , p .
wheelchair passengers to the gates. His immediate supervisors / -*
are BILL BOURQUE and FRANS1SCO last name unknown. DAWSON has
been employed with HUNTLEIGH for approximately one year, and his
work shift is from 5:00am to 6:00pm.
ABDRIRIZEK SHEIKH and MOHAMED SHEIKH, two cousins, were
working at the UNITED AIRLINES ticket counter at Logan /
International Airport in the early morning of September 11,2001.
It is a possibility that the SHEIKH and SHEIKH escorted
wheelchair passengers for UNITED AIRLINES flight #17.5 around
security on this day. DAWSON stated that wheelchairjiassengers
are wheeled around the metal detectors by the gates,and manually
pat down by security. UNITED wheelchair passengers are not
required to stand up leaving the seat area of the wheelchair
unchecked.
ABDRIRIZEK SHEIKH and MOHAMED SHEIKH are new employees
to HUNTLEIGH and have only been working at Logan International
for three weeks.
The only strange occurrence which DAWSON observed on
the morning of September 11,2001 was a strange male wearing tan
pants at the Airport T station. DAWSON later saw this same
individual at the UNITED AIRLINES ticket counter. This man
walked around and kept putting his hand strangely to his face.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00058092
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-13514
DATE = 09/17/2001
FBIDESCR : 09/12/01, BARBARO FRAGA INTERVIEW
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : _

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On September 11, 2001, BAHBARO FRAGA, Date of Birth:
\0ntifinatir.n number: I I
teiaphnne nnmhert I was advised of the identity of
the interviewing Trooper and the nature of the interview. FRAGA
then provided the following information:

FRAGA advised that he is employed by AMERICAN AIRLINES


AA and worked in the baggage area of AA at LOGAN AIRPORT
between 4:26 AM and 1:00 PM on September 11,2001. FRAGA advised
that he saw nothing unusual and could provide no further
information regarding AA Flight 11.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00038811
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-8883
DATE = 09/12/2001
FBIDESCR :I tADDRESS:
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)
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-1- ..-••''// !\L BUREAU OF JNVlE$f IGAf JQN

,•••''/ Date offtranscription 09/12/2001

J
advised of the identities of the interviewing agents and the ij i
\' .-•' /
purpose and nature of the interview.I'' brovided the following
information: .••' / ;i i

^^ Vas recently hired by American Airlines anid recently


returned to Washington, D.Q'. from training in Dallas, TX. $hejis
assigned to Dulles International Airport, and her second day a!
work was 9/11/01, That morning, she andl I Snoiher
trainee, were checkirig in passengers for flights 77 and 537 wijh
the assistance of Vaughn LNU. j j

H bnly checked in three parties, one of thenri beitjia two


lown nationality. While she is not certain,!
believes the brothers were checked on to flight 77. She recalls
I

the two brothers because they had trouble understanding the


security questions that must be asked of all passengers, i Vaughn
ultimately got involved and asked the questions. One of .the two
brothers did all of the talking, but his English was poo£_f hey
produced passports for their photo identification, bujTjcould
not recall the country from which they were issued. / believes
they checked two dark colored bags, one of them possibly being blue
or burgundy in color. One of the bags was a hard plastic suit
case, while the other was soft. She also recalls the brother who
did the talking as having a carry-on.

The first brother who did the talking is described as


follows:

Olive complexioned
Clean shaven
Short black wavy hair
Approximately 5'8"
Medium build
24-26 Years old.

Investigation on at
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oy i i
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and is loaned to your agency;

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The second brother who did not speak is described as


follows:

Olive complexioned but lighter than his brother


Appeared to be slightly younger than his brother
Approximately 5'6"
Stocky build.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00057465
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-12817
DATE = 09/12/2001
FBIDESCR : WAGSTAFF, BERNARD F
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/15/2001

Marco Ardon. date of birth J I social security


junty

fwas
interviewed and advised of the identity of the interviewing agent
and provided the following:

Ardoo is employed at Huntleigh Security and has been so


for three months. Ardon works the United Airline Terminal at Logan
Airport. Ardon is station at the security entrance, and works the
metal detector.

On 09/11/2001, Ardon worked from 5:00 AM to 6:20 AM when


he left because of over staffing. Ardon was responsible for bag
checks. During that morning, Ardon did not recall checking the
interior of any bags. Ardon did not recall passengers of Middle
Eastern descent. Ardon did not see any weapons or knives. Most of
the morning, Ardon was stationed at the exit, watching people leave
the terminal.

Ardon recalled that mostly flight attendants walked


through security when he was present.

Ardon repeated that he was not asked to check the inside


of any carry on bags while he was stationed at the metal detector
area.

Ardon had no knowledge of the highjackings or the attack


on the World Trade Center.

Investigation on at
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File # Date dictated


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and is loaned to your agency; ~~"
it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00016724
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-796
DATE = 09/12/2001
FBIDESCR : THERESA SPAGNUOLO INTERVIEW BY SAL
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)
/y'9/11 Personal Privacy
-1 • /'''' / I
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVEStlGATION

Date of transcription 09/12/2001

THERESA SPAGNUOLO, Special Spe Services, Date of Birth


| {Social Security Account Numbed
t Nu I MASSPORt ID#
as interviewed at herrpla
place of employment, UNI
, Logan InternationallAiQ
Airport. East Boston. MA.
SPAGNUOLO's home address isC
telephone nnmhori t Trooper i fef the
Massachusetts State Police Detectives assisted the writer in the
interview of SPAGNUOLO After being advised of the nature and
purpose of the interview. Spaqnuolo provided the following ,9/11 Law Enforcement
information; / Privacy
SPAGNUOLO is an employee of HUNTLEIGH Inc/ a security
firm hired by United Airlines. SPAGNUOLO was assigned to .Special
Services on 9/11/01. SPAGNUOLO has been working for H.UNTLEIGH for
a approximately one month. Before being employed with HUNTLEIGH,
SPAGNUOLO was a Supervisor of Security Checkpoints fbr Globe over
at American Airlines.

On 9/11/01, SPAGNUOLO remembered assisting one 1 wheel


chaired passenger to a gate. SPAGNUOLO did not remember taking
that customer to either of the gates of the hijacked United Airline
planes. SPAGNUOLO also assisted the ticket counter load luggage
when they needed help.

SPAGNUOLO advised that HUNTLEIG.H and GLOBE both hire


Muslims to work security at Logan Airport.

SPAGNUOLO advised that construction workers without


badges have been in the airport. The construction workers will get
'screened" by the security checkpoints, but their equipment will
not be screened by the metal detectors.

SPAGNUOLO also advised that the Airport Operations Area


AOA would be the easiest way for someone to get into the airport.
The AOA provides access to all of the different airlines and a
person only needs to have an authorized badge that will allow for
the gates at entrances to open. The AOA has two 2 entrances.

Investigation on at
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File # Date dictated


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by sd \
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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00001548
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-1159
DATE = 09/12/2001 _____^__^_
FBIDESCR : TRANDAFILE BALA INTERVIEW BY SAI I
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August);:
FULLTEXT : 9/12/01 /

TRANDAFILE BALA. an Albanian female, Date of Birth::

J was advised of the identity of


the interviewing agent and the nature of the interview at the
offices of UNITED AIRLINES. Also present during the interview
was MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE Troonad BALA
provided the following information: I

BALA advised that she is currently a resident alien ;


residing in the United States and has been here for the past I ,..|9/11 Personal Privacy
three 3 years. BALA is married to SALI BALA. who is also art, //I
Albanian National. BALA advised that her husband, SALI, isf ,.//
currently in Albania with her mother-in-law and left Friday, on a. .
SWISS AIR flight and is due to return on Sunday. BALA advised
that she also has a daughter named MARSELA BALA. whoIs 18 years
°ld- / //9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy
BALA advised that she has been employed by,flU>Jf LEIGH
CORPORATION, for the last two 2 month? and began with them on
July 18, 2001. BALA is employed as a Pfeboard Screener PBS.
BALA worked as a PBS for approximately two 2 weeks before being
moved over to Checkpoint Security, Where she has workerj for the
remainder of the time. BALA advised that HUNTLEIGH CORPORATION
provides security services for UNITED AIRLINES. BALA advised
that prior to working for HUNTLEIGH, she worked for PILLSBURY
COMPANY in Medford, Massachusetts, where her husband is also
employed. BALA advised that her husband has a cellular telephone
number in Albania wjtfi the number l~ / / i BALA advised
that this is SALI BALA's brother's cellular telephone and her
husband can be reached at this number. SALI BALA has a DOB of
i ~~T BALA advised that she and her husband are
practicing Muslims, but have no ties to any Middle Eastern Muslim
groups or any groups that advocate terrorist acts against the
United States.
BALA advised that she has HUNTLEIGH CORPORATION
Employee Number: I bnd as a PBS, worked near Gate 12
testing for explosives. BALA advised thafthis would involve

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going through the traveler's bag looking for anything unusual.


BALA advised that on this date, while at the security checkpoint
near Gate 12, she was watching the screen for any weapons in
baggage and was working a 5:00 AM to 1:00 PM shift. BALA advised
that her immediate supervisor was CLAUDIA RICHEY. BALA reported

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that during this shift, which ended prematurely at approximately
9:30 AM, because the airport was closed, she noticed nothing
unusual and could not think of anything particularly out of the
ordinary that came to her attention. BALA advised that no
passenger asked her to take any bags through or to do any favors
for them, while she was at the checkpoint. BALA advised that she
had not been approached by anybody with regard to helping them
bring any weapon or anything else through a security checkpoint.

BALA advised that she has a brother in England who is


24 years old named AGRON DERVISHI and a sister named LILYANA
HOXHA, who is 23. BALA advised that her father is deceased and
that she is the only one in her family who lives in the United
States.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00023940
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-39588 /9/11 Personal Privacy
DATE 09/14/2001
FBIDESCR FERNANDEZ. CHRISTOPHER
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

9/29/01

On September 14, 2001. CHRISTOPHER FERNANDEZ. Date ot


Birtrr.l
I - \s interview wed bv
ALCOHOL, TOBACCO & FIREARMS ATF Special Agent SA[ Jat
LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Terminal C, East Boston,
Massachusetts. FERNANDEZ provided the following information: i

FERNANDEZ was born in Falmouth, Massachusetts, United j


States of America. He is a Christian and has no political i
affiliations of any sort.
FERNANDEZ has been employed by HUNTLEIGH SECURITY as ai
Pre-Board Screener PBS for approximately one 1 year. His / 9/11 LawEnforcement
usual days off are Sunday and Monday. His work shift runs from / Privacy
0500 through 1300 hours.
FERNANDEZ has only traveled within the United States.
He remembers on September 11, 2001, there was some commotiori
because a Chinese man was quite agitated about not being allowed
to take his laster pointer through the checkpoint. He stated it
has been a while since a knife has come through the checkpoint.

FERNANDEZ is aware that the FEDERAL AVIATION /


ADMINISTRATION FAA regulation for knives passing through
security is 4<". If a knife exceeds this measurement, he calls
for a supervisor. The supervisor either confiscates the knife or
instructs the individual to check the weapon back at the main
baggage check point. At that time, he believes the supervisor
will record the incident. He further stated he will not allow a
box cutter through the checkpoint and will call a supervisor for
this item, as well.

FERNANDEZ, besides the Chinese man/laser pointer


incident, recalls nothing else unusual about the tnoming of
September 11,2001 nor any other day. There/are no co-workers
and have been no passengers, she can recall, that have made her
suspicious of their intentions or activities. /

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00032625
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-41679
DATE = 09/14/2001
FBIDESCR : SANTA. GUERRERO
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 09/20/2001

On September 14,2001, Guerrero SANTA a Spanish female


who was born in Dominican Republic orf "\A
currently i
MA. SSN: I jieiepnone numoern was
contacted at her place of employment, United Airlines Terminal C,
located at Logan International Airport by Special Aaentsl~ I\ tof the Bureau of Alcohol, T

Firearms. SANTA was informed for the purpose of the contact and
was interviewed regarding the events the occurred on September \, 2001 and her position with United Airlines. SANTA p

the following information: ' -. i


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SANTA is employed for Huntleigh Security who provides
security for United Airlines and has been employed for j
approximately four months as a gate security and also worked
security in Terminal B, Logan International Airport, for J /
approximately eight months. 9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy
SANTA stated she worked from 5:00 am to 1:00 prri on /
Tuesday September 11, 2001 and her responsibilities include /
working the exit, magnetometer, screener x-ray machine and /
baggage check. SANTA also said that she checked wheelchair and
baby seats when needed. SANTA said that during her time on the
x-ray machine she did not encounter any passenger's baggage ihat
contained knives. / /

SANTA was also asked if she was aware of the FAA rules
and regulations regarding the policies of knives and/or box /
cutters being carried by the security checkpoints. SANTA stated
that any knife that is longer than 4 Inches is not permitted to /
pass through and that she would instruct the/person to go back to
the ticket counter to check the knife there. SANTA also stated
that she would follow the person to the counter to make sure that
the report to the counter. SANTA continued to say that if the
blade was less than 4 inches she allowed the knife through;
SANTA said that if she saw a box cutter she would take the blade
and give the rest of the unit back to the passenger. ::

SANTA was shown a picture of|_ J an


employee of Huntleigh Security, who worked in the baggage room
early in the morning of September 11, 2001. SANTA stated that

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she recognizes the face, but does not know the person.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00004954
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-32066
DATE 09/17/2001 /9/11 Personal Privacy —
FBIDESCR LAFOREST, GLADIMIR
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

9/29/01

On September 17. 2001. GLADIMIR LAFOREST. Date of


RirthT

interviewed by ALCOHOL, TOBACCO & FIREARMS ATF Special Agent


SAI I at LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Terminal B, East
Boston, Massachuse1ts,...LAFOREST provided the following
information: ....

LAFOREST came to the United States, approximately two


2 years ago from Haiti. His mother, JULIAN BERTHOLD and step-
father, LUCIAN MAXO, reside at the same address as LAFOREST.

LAFOREST is a Baptist and does not have any political


affiliations.
/9/11 Law Enforcement
LAFOREST has been employed by HUNTLEIGH SECURITY as a Privacy
Pre-Board Screener PBS for six 6 weeks. He usually works at
the South or Main checkpoints. His usual days off are Wednesday
and Thursday. His work shift runs from 0500 to 1300 hours. He
came to work late on Tuesday, September 11,2001, because of car
trouble. He began working about 0600 hours at the magnetometer.
He was sent home at 0900 hours because they had too many workers.
While working, he focuses on the x-ray screen, so he has little
memory of the faces of people passing through security.

LAFOREST is aware that all knives can not pass through


security. He always call a supervisor for any knife. He has
never seen a knife go through security. He has only seen a box
cutter and that was on another occasion.

LAFOREST stated he recalls nothing unusual about the


weeks before September 11,2001. There are no co-workers and
have been no passengers, he can recall, that have made him
suspicious of their intentions or activities.

9/17/01 East Boston, MA

265A-NY-280350-302 9/25/01

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00157745
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-114487
DATE = 05/24/2002
FBIDESCR : ON OR ABOUT 9/14/01, WRITER RECEIVED POSSESSION OF
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August) 9/11 Law Enforcement
FULLTEXT : 265A-NY-280350 Privacy
DLG/dg
1.*
The following investigation was conducted by _|on or about
09/14/01.

On or about 09/14/2001, writer received possession of


various documents which refer to the terrorist attack on the
United States on 09/11/01. The documents include:

1. A list of HUNTLEIGH SECURITY employees who were working at


Terminal C, Boston-Logan International Airport, East Boston, MA
on 09/11/01.

2. A sign in sheet for HUNTLEIGH SECURITY personnel for


09/11/01.

3. Information control sheets filled out by law enforcement


officials from FBI, ATF, and the Massachusetts State Police.
The information control sheets were all dated 09/11/01 and the 9/11 Personal Privacy
times on the sheet varies from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. The
information control sheets contain investigative notes of short
interviews ofl
fFATIMAOSMANI JGU/IDALUF
|GUADALUPE
_3 WILLIAM A. MOHALby, MOhtAMED A. SHARRIF, SANTA
GUERRERO.C "'"1. SUNDAY
TAYLOR and JENNIFER GORE.

4. A HUNTLEIGH "Security Report/Control Log" for 09/11/01.

5. A "Machine and Lunch Schedule" for HUNTLEIGH SECURITY employees for 09/11/01.

The documents were placed in a 1A envelope and submitted to the file.

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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00004951
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-32063
DATE 09/14/2001
FBIDESCR MALERBA, KATHLEEN
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT
9/11 Personal Privacy
9/29/01
On September 14, 2001. KATHLEEN MALERBA. Date of Birth:

telephone number\ jf was intervie'iwfed bv ALCOHUL


TOBACCO & FIREARMS ATF Special Agent I lat LOGAN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Terminal C, East Boston, Massachusetts.
MALERBA provided the following information:

MALERBA was bom in Boston, Massachusetts, United.,


States of America. She is Catholic and has no political /9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy-
affiliations of any sort.

MALERBA has been employed by HUNTLEIGH SECURITY as a


Pre-Board Screener PBS for approximately five 5 months. Her
usual days off are Saturday and Sunday. Her work shift runs from
0700 through 1500 hours.

On September 11, 2001, MALERBA came to work on the


BOSTON EXPRESS bus. When she exited the bus, she noticed
MOHAMMED ATTA standing on the platform speaking with another man
of his same nationality. She believed he had a dark-colored suit
on. She did not see him come through the security checkpoint.
She does recall a Chinese man causing a problem when denied
passage through security for having a laser pointer. The man
eventually gave up the batteries and was allowed to pass.

MALERBA is aware that the FEDERAL AVfATION


ADMINISTRATION FAA regulation for knives parsing through
security is 4<". If a knife exceeds this measurement, she
notifies a supervisor, who then instructs the passenger to check
the knife or turn it over to security. There is no- record
maintained regarding knives. /

MALERBA stated she will allow a box cutter through the


checkpoint, if the blades are removed.

MALERBA stated there are no co-workers and have been no


passengers, she can recall, that have made her suspicious of
their intentions or activities.

9/14/01 East Boston, MA

265A-NY-280350-302 9/21/01
SA|_
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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00072556
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-23368
DATE 09/15/2001
FBIDESCR SHARRIF. MOHAMED A
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

9/26/01

MOHAMED A. SHARRIF, mate, date of birthl1 I place


lAlian Number:

work address of HUNTLEIGH SECURITY, Boston Logan International


Airport, Terminal C, East Boston, MA, MASSPORT/Logan •"""/9/11 Personal Privacy-
International Airport Identification badge numberF" |was
advised of the official identity of the interviewing Agent.
SHARRIF provided the following information.

SHARRIF is familiar with the FAA requirement with


respect to carrying knives and box cutters aboard aircraft. On
September 11, 2001, SHARRIF began work at 6:00 a.m at Terminal C
but did not notice anything out of the ordinary.

SHARRIF is Muslim and frequents his mosque on a regular


basis. He associates with fellow Somalians at the mosque.

Administrative: SHARRIF has great difficulty speaking English.

9/15/2001 East Boston, MA

265A-NY-280350-302 9/26/2001

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00033889
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-11139
DATE = 09/19/2001
FBIDESCR : FADUMAOSMAN INTERVIEW
INPUTBATCH : NCTAJXM (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/19/2001

On September 14.2001. FADUMA OSMAN.r

i was interviewed by SAi \l —


Bureau of Investigation, Boston, Massachusetts MA, and advised I."
the following:
/9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy.—
OSMAN is an employee of HUNTLIGH IJSA, Logan Airport, East ^
Boston, MA, and was hired on June 26,2001. She is a pre-boarding
screener with Fridays and Saturdays as days off and works a 5:00 AM
to 1:00 PM shift. / ^

QSMAN was bom in Somalia on January 01/1981 and entered "^


the United States U.S. on February 14,1996, after being a __
refugee in Kenya for five years prior to entering tfie U.S. OSMAN —
entered the U.S. through immigration in New York City. ...,

OSMAN said the Federal Aviation Administration's policy —"•


on passenger airlines is that knives go back to ticket counter _
where they are put in a box. He is not sure what happens after it —
is turned in. Box cutters and razor knives cantt go through but ~
small razor knives can. / _

OSMAN advised he knows of no/one that would hunt


Americans or America at all. /

Investigation on at /
09/14/01 E. Boston, MA

File# / Date dictated


265D-NY-280350 / 09/14/01
by SAI |

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and is loaned to your agency;
it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00023935 . ;
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-39583 , \E = 09/14/2001

INPUTBATCH : NCTA 004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August) \T : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

On September 14 2001, EILEEN MORALES. DOB:[


I Massachusetts, no telephone, was
interviewed by ATF Special Aaentl tt Logan Airport,
Terminal B, Boston, Massachusetts.
MORALES stated she arrived in the United States
approximately nine 9 years ago from Puerto Rico. She stated her
religion is Catholic. She has no political affiliations of any
sort.
MORALES stated she has been employed by Globe Aviation
Services Corporation as a pre-board screener since January 2, 2001.
Her usual days off are Friday and Saturday. Her work shift runs ; Q / 1 1 T _ , t T IT„*,-,,-.-..-,«,.-,»-.<-
from0500through 1300hours. , 9/11 Law Enforcement
/ Privacy
MORALES is aware that the FAA regulation for knives
passing through security is 4<". If a knife exceeds this
measurement she calls for a supervisor. The supervisor either
confiscates the knife or instructs the individual to check the .
weapon back at the main baggage check point. She furthet'stated
she will not allow a box cutter through the checkpoint and will
call a supervisor for this item as well. No records are maintained
for these items passing or attempting to pass through security.
MORALES recalls nothing unusual about the morning of 9/11
nor any other days. There are no co-workers and have been no
passengers she can recall that have made her suspicious of their
intentions or activities.

Investigation on at
09/14/01 East Boston, Massachusetts
File # Date dictated
265A-NY-280350 / 09/21/01
by SA| \h

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and is loaned to your agency;
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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00058097
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-13519
DATE 09/16/2001
FBIDESCR 09/11/2001, GIUSEPPE FEDERICO INTERVIEW
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

";9/ll Personal Privacy


9/16/01

OnSe 11. 2001. GIUSEPPE FEDERICO. Date of


Birth: fil Identification Number: I
telephone number I was advised of the identity of
the interviewing Trooper and the nature of the interview.
FEDERICO provided the following information:

FEDERICO advised that he is employed by AMERICAN


AIRLINES AA and worked in the baggage area between 5:30 AM and
1:00 PM on September 11, 2001. FEDERICO advised that he saw
nothing unusual and could provide no further information
regarding AA Flight 11.

/9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy;

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265D-NY-280350 9/12/01

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BEGPROD'NO : M-INT-00036238
BESBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-6044
DATE = 09/14/2001
FBIOESCR : HAJI. FOUZIA
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

-1 -
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION \e of transcription 09/16/2001

On Septemberl4,2001. FOUZIA HAJI; Global Security \e fl---"' I Hnma phoneP~ {wo

I litfas interviewed and related the following:

HAJI has worked for Global Security as a security


screener in Terminal B American Airlines for five months. ON
September 11, 2001, HAJI was working her normal 0530-1300 shift at
the main security check point in Terminal B.

HAJI states the normal procedure during screening is to


have a bag inspected by an individual only if the x-ray machine
shows an object of concern. HAJI states knives under four inches
were allowed under normal procedures and that on September 11,
2001, she recalls seeing small pocket knives and/or "box cutter"
type instruments. HAJI did not pay much attention to these objects
nor did they cause any special attention by security as these types
of objects were allowed under their procedures.

At 0735, September 11, 2001, HAJI recalls one male


passenger who became furious with airport security because he was
sent through the magnatometer several times until cleared to exit
the security checkpoint. HAJI states the passenger cleared the
security area and began to walk down the main corridor of American
Airlines terminal B then stopped and changed direction and went
down the wing of concourse B containing gates 27, 28 and 29
only.NFI

HAJI states she and her fellow security screeners have been trained
on ploys designed to distract security personnel.

When shown the photo line-up, HAJI stated the furious


passenger resembled individual #5 on page 5 but the individual was
thinner, had less hair and had no facial hair.

Investigation on at
9/14/01 Logan Airport

File # Date dictated


265D-NY-280350 9/14/01
9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy
by
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July 7, 2004 5:39 pm Page 1 -—


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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00023947
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-39595
DATE 09/17/2001
FBIDESCR REYES, CARLA
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT

9/29/01

On September 17, 2001. CARLA REYES. Date of Birth/

J was interviewed by ALCOHOL,


TOBACCO & FIREARMS ATF Special Agent SA|_ Jat.LOGAN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Terminal B, East Boston, Massachusetts.
REYES provided the following information:

REYES stated she is a United States citizen, bom in


/9/11 Law Enforcement
Boston, Massachusetts. She is a Catholic and has no political • ' Privacy
affiliations of any sort.

REYES has been employed by GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES /


CORPORATION as a Pre-Board Screener PBS for approximately one
1 year. Her usual days off are Friday and Saturday. Her work
shift runs from 0500 through 1330 hours. She usually works the
main checkpoint at AMERICAN AIRLINES.

REYES came to work at 0540 hours on September 11, 2001.

REYES is aware that the FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION


FAA regulation for knives passing through security is 4<". If /
a knife exceeds this measurement, she calls for a supervisor/
The supervisor either confiscates the knife or instructs the /
individual to check the weapon back at the main baggage ,
checkpoint. She further stated up until approximately three 3
or four 4 months ago, knives, regardless of the length, were
not allowed to pass through security, if they had a serrated
blade. They have now started to let them through.

REYES will not allow a box cutter through the ,


checkpoint. She will call a supervisor. An employee, who is
alone, may pass with box cutters but if they are accompanied by
another person, the box cutters must be left at the security
desk. She does not recall ever seeing a box cutter pass through.

REYES recalls nothing unusual about the morning of


September 11, 2001 nor any other day. There are no co-workers
and have been no passengers, she can recall, that have made her
suspicious of their intentions or activities. /

9/17/01 East Boston, MA

265A-NY-280350-302 9/22/01

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00036073
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-5893
DATE = 09/14/2001
FBIDESCR : HEMSLEY. MYLES B
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

9/11 Personal Privacy

At approximately 1:10 p.m., the investigating Agent


telephonicallv contacted Mvles B. Hemslev. date of birthi

J Hemsley is currently employed by Globe Services as


a Pre-board Screening Agent at Logan International Airport, Boston,
Massachusetts. After being advised of the identity of the
interviewing Agent and the nature of the interview, Hemsley
provided the following information:

Hemsley has been employed as a Pre-board Screening Agent


since 1995. At that time, the screening company was operated by
Service Master. On September 1,1998, Globe Services took over
operations. Hemsley's duties range from manning the security metal
detector station and operating the passenger baggage x-ray machine.
Hemsley explained that he typically works a half hour shift manning
the metal detector and then a half hour shift operating the x-ray
machine. Globe Services trained Hemsley to be vigilant in looking
for dangerous objects being carried by airline passengers. If such
objects are identified, Hemsley is directed to contact his
supervisor who subsequently would notify airport police.

Hemsley typically works the night shift at the airport.


However, on September 11,2001, Hemsely began working the morning
shift at 4:43 a.m. Hemsley completed his shift at 3:31 p.m. in the
afternoon. Hemsley arranged to work the morning shift since he
desired to have the evening off in order to attend a special church
service at the Temple Restoration located on Washington Street,
Chester, Massachusetts. The church was having a special cross
dedication ceremony.

During the morning of September 11,2001, Hemsley did not


observe any unusual activity at the security check point. Hemsley
did not observe any individuals carrying any suspicious items such
as knives, blades or any sharp objects. Hemsley did not
specifically recall seeing any individuals of Middle Eastern decent
pass through his security station during the morning of September
11, 2001. Hemsley repeated that everything appeared to be "normal"
during his shift.

Investigation on at
09/14/2001 Boston, MA telephonically

File # Date dictated


265D-NY-280350 09/14/2001
by 9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy

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and is loaned to your agency;

July 7, 2004 5:30 pm Page 1


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265D-NY-280350

Continuation of FD-302 of Myles B. Hemsley . On 09/14/2001 .Page 2

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00058924
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-14485
DATE = 09/23/2001
FBIDESCR : ARLENE BURGOJ3
(1 st-Batch of Tjnredacted 302's deiiveredin Augnst)-
FULLTEXT 9/23/01

ARLFNE BURGOS, female, date of birthT

9/11 Personal Privacy


J work address of GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES CORP., Boston
Logan International Airport, Terminal B, East Boston,MA.
" lASSPORT/Logan International Airport Identification badge number
j BURGOS was advised of the official
identity of the interviewing Agent, BURGOS provided the
following information.

BURGOS has been employed with GLOBE AVIATION since


8/24/01, or approximately 3 weeks. She is currently in training
at the security check point at Terminal B and indicated the red
dot on her MASSPORT/Logan Airport identification badge reflects
her training status. Upon being hired by GLOBE AVIATlON^she^ _
attended 2 days of training at GLOBE AVIATION'S office on Bremen
Street in East Boston. BURGOS reported the training involved
instructions on how to operate the various pieces of equipment at
the security gate to detect guns, knives and bombs.

After participating in 2 days of training, BURGOS was


required to submit her fingerprints to the Massachusetts State
Police, required to take a drug test, and finally, acquire a
MASSPORT/Logan Airport identification badge.

BURGOS current job title is "PBS." BURGOS works


predominately at the magnetometer. She has not worked on the x-
ray machine at this time. BURGOS reported she is not certain
about her company's policy on the length of knives allowed aboard
an aircraft. She reported any knife she discovers during her
work she immediately reports to "CSS." If she sees a knife which
has been deposited in the basket by a passenger before passing
through the magnetometer, she reports it to CSS. CSS then takes
the knife and tells the passenger they must check the knife.
BURGOS has never seen a gun in her short tenure. She has only
seen toy guns. She does not know what a box cutter knife is.

BURGOS was working 9/11/01 at the main security gate


check point. She does not recall anything unusual happening.

"9714/2001 East "Boston, MA

265D-NY-280350-302 9/23/2001

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00023890
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-39536
DATE = 09/25/2001
FBIDESCR : BOODHAN. RAPHAEL K
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT : 9/25/01

On September 25, 2001, investigating officers met and _


interviewed--RAPHAELK. BOODHAN. date of birthT i.9/11 Personal Privacy^
iocial Security Numbef

BOODHAN stated that she has been employed by Globe


Aviation Security for approximately four years.

BOODHAN confirmed receiving KEVIN L STARLING'S Buddy


Ticket for her sister in Miami, Florida. Her sister's name is
,.-. JSHERIfEA AU-.. AU came from her .home. Jn.TjrinidMJtt#isiLaQlL
help BOODHAN take care of her child. BOODHAN stated that her
sister used the ticket on a Miami to Boston flight on September
11,2001.

BOODHAN advised that she did not work the week prior to
September 11, 2001, due to a stomach ailment.

Jj/25/pl ..Boston JVIA

265A-NY-280350-BS 9/25/01
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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00019697
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-37691
DATE = 09/14/2001
FBIDESCR : GARCIA, JESSICA
INPUTBATCH : NCTA 004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT ~~~

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/30/2001

On September 14. 2001. JESSICA GARCIA. DOB ij——]


I was interviewed bv ATF Special Agent I bt
Logan Airport, Terminal B.Boston, Massachusetts. ,/9/11 Law Enforcement

GARCIA was born in the United States and is a U.S. / Privacy


citizen. She does not belong to any religious groups nor has any
political affiliations of any sort /

GARCIA stated she loves the United States. She stated


she has been employed by Globe Aviation Services Corporation as a
pre-board screener PBS for approximately eight 8 months. Her
usual days off are Thursday and Sunday. Her work shift runs from
0500 to 1300 hours. She did not work on 9/11/01 due to sickness.

GARCIA is aware of the FAA regulations on knives passing


through security check points. Prior to 9/12/01 any knife/4<" was
"permitted to pass through security. Any knife' 4>irw§s ntnanowBa. ' '
She stated she always calls a supervisor for knives of any size.

GARCIA stated supervisors will take box cutter blades if


they come through the security point. She has never"seen one on
the screen.

GARCIA recalls nothing unusual about, the days and weeks


before 9/11. There are no co-workers and have been no passengers
-ste-caoxecalJ that.have made her suspiciousaiJheir intflntinm nr. ..,.,.„..,..,.,..—••••.•»
activities.

Investigation on at
09/14/01 East Boston, Massachusetts

File # / Date dictated


26SA-NY-380350 09/21/01
• By"' "-SAl I JSK/mmh—-"~™ l..»Jrr- L..,.-.•-,- -..Tim
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and is loaned to your agency;
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BEGPRODNO : M-1NT-00033855 9/11 Personal Privacy
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-11103
DATE = 09/19/2001

INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)


FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/19/2001

JACQUELINE J. VIRGILE ofl 1


Massachusetts, telephone numbed" /was interviewed by
SAl t of the Boston Office of the Federal Bureau
of the Investigation and advised the following:

__ She has been employed at GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES. Logan


" Airport, East Boston, Massachusetts, as a pre-bbalrdingscreener for
about one year. Her schedule gives her Tuesday's, Thursday's, and
Sunday's off, so she was not working on September 11, 2001.

VIRGILE advised that she.has been in the United States


since January 22,1991 and holds resident alien status with
Immigration Naturalization Services. She was born in Haiti.

VIRGILE advised the Federal Aviation Administration


-petiey en-knives being brought aboard aircraft-by-paeseft
that when she finds one she calls a CSS supervisor. It is
usually sent back to the ticket counter where.it is boxed and sent
to baggage to be placed with the luggage. \E advised she knows of no one that wishes to harm

the United States or its people and she was very sad for what had
happened.

/9/11 Law Enforcement Privacy

Investigation on at
9/14/01 East Boston, MA

File # Date dictated


QMA/A-t

by I I
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BEGPRODNO M-INT-00074616
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-25793
DATE 09/14/2001 /•/9/11 Personal Privacy
FBIDESCR ABREGO. NELSON , / ;
INPUTBATCH NCTA 004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered.ih August)
FULLTEXT 9/17/01 ,' / i
On Seotember 14 2001 NELSOW •hgnai
Jdisnahic rnale,
DOB:
telephone numhar^ I was contacted at his place ofi
employment, Loaan International Airport/American Airlines- i
Terminal B, Boston. MA, by ATF Special aoentsF" land
I |. ABREGO was informed that he was being questioned
relative to his position at American Airlines-Terminal B and the \
events which transpired cin Tuesday, September 11, 2001. ABRJEGO
provided the following information: i/

ABREGO stated he was born in El Salvador and immigrated


to the United States in, 1987. He currently lives ini
with his son. HUGO ABREGO. who is a student aft ;
High Schooir_~J ABREGO stated he does not belong to any,
outside organizations or political groups. ,. /

ABREGO stated he is employed by Globe Aviation Security


and works as a gate security guard at American Airlines-Terminal
B, Boston Logan Airport. ABREGO stated he has been employed as
such since April 10,2001. Prior to Globe. ABREGO worked for a
shoe company in Lynn, MA. /
Law Enforcement Privacy
ABREGO stated he normally works Tuesday through /
Saturday, but was out sick on Tuesday, September 11, 2001. He
stated that prior to the attacks he never heard of. or saw
anything out of the ordinary or that would raise his suspicions
, reaatdinoa terrorist attack. ABREGO stated he did not Suspect,.,~..~,
any of his co-workers of any wrong doing.

With regards to Federal Aviation Administration.. FAA


policy on passengers with knives, ABREGO stated any passenger
with a knife with a blade under 4 inches in length is permitted
to board the aircraft. He further stated that when he encounters
a passenger with a knife with a blade that measures over 4 inches
in length, he informs his supervisor, and he/she addresses the
situation. He indicated that a passenger with a box cutter is
itteTrtertiiyara'th'e'atfci'aft with the box: cutter be-caugnr——~~
has a blade under 4 inches in length.

9/14/2001 East Boston, MA

265D-NY-280350-302 9717/2001

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BEGPRODNO : M-1NT-00057519

DATE = 09/15/2001
FB1DESCR : FARAH. ABDI, MOHAMED
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August)
FULLTEXT 9/16/01

ABDI MOHAMED FARAH. Somalia male, date of birth

.?J9/11 Personal Privacy

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address of GLOBE AVIATION. Boston Logan International Airport,
Terminal B, East Boston, MA, was advised of the identity of the
interviewing Agent. FARAH's native tongue is Somalia. He speaks
Somalia and English. FARAH was interviewed in English. FARAH
provided the following information.

FARAH advised he arrived in the United Slates on


11/16/2000. His route of travel to the United States was
Nairobi, Kenya to Belgium to New York City to Washington, D.C. to
VA whRre he lived with his older brother, AHMED FARAH

FARAH lived with his mother and brother from the time of his
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arrival in the United States till approximately March of 2001
when FARAH moved to Boston, MA. I
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FARAH attended college but FARAH could recall which college it
was. FARAH originally lived with his father in South Boston but
thereafter found an apartment att "" '

I IFARAH's father was j


further identified as MOHAMED FARAH ALI F/M/LJ [
FARAH has two older sisters living in Somalia.

FARAH began working for GLOBE AVIATION on April 5,


2001. FARAH applied for the position with GLOBE, attended 2 days
of training at GLOBE'S East Boston Headquarters, took a written
examination from GLOBE, which he passed, and was subsequently
hired by GLOBE AVIATION. FARAH then had to submit his
fingerprints to the Massachusetts State Police, submit to a drug
test, and obtain identification from MASSPORTto work at Logan
Airport. FARAH was assigned to Boston International Airport
where he worked airport security at Terminal E. FARAH's 2 days
of tratnlhg^encompassed procedures and instruction orrwhatttnRr"™
at the security/magnetometer gates.

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FARAH reported he works the x-ray machine, the hand


wand, the "Derringer" (PH)(this is a machine which checks for
bombs and chemical) and primary. Primary is the person who
checks the passengers as they walk through the magnetometer.

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FARAH lives with at least two roommates atl |
I ~| He identified them as NUR MOHAMMED and KALIF
WARSftWe.'BothroortTrnates work for GLOBE AVIATIOM. "WARS/XME'WOTky""~"
in terminal B at Logan Airport. FARAH has lived with WARSAME afid
MOHAMMED since March, 2001. Neither KALIEF WARSAME, NUR MOHAMMED
or FARAH go to school although FARAH attended H.B. WOODLAND PH
High School in Arlington-, VAfor 1 month in 2000. NUR MOHAMMED
works at another job besides his job at GLOBE. FARAH did not I
know what MOHAMMED'S second job is. FARAH has not attended any
type of technical or specialized schools. He has not attended i
pilot training school. \

FARAH has not left the ilnited States since he arrived


here. He did travel to New York City on August 3,2001 with his
friend HIRSI ALI F/L. ALI is a male/approximately 20 years
old. ALI and FARAH traveled to New York so ALI could obtain a
Visa from the Canadian embassy. ALI did not obtain a Visa from
the Canadian Embassy and the two of them returned to
jchusetts. ALI has a Boston telephone number oC

FARAH could not produce any INS documents which \l Law Enforcement
justified his presence in the U.S. FARAH does hot carry his I-94 \rivacv
or his Massachusetts drivers license because he is fearful of ' i ,; *
losing them. He keeps them at his home in his other wallet.
FARAH volunteered to take.the interviewing Agent td,his residence
to view his I-94. The interviewing Agent accepted FARAH's
offered.

-*-• • FARAHwas voluntarily transported without any - .; —


""»*—!"«-*~i w -4 Annornpanvinq the
interviewing Agent to FARAH's residence was SAI

J. Upon arrival FARAHdld not have a key to


apartment #3 where he lives. FARAH subsequently clirribed the fire
escape stairs at the rear of the house and knocked on his .,
apartment windows which got the attention of his roommate, AHivlED

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ABDI MOHAMED FARAH _......:::::-:::::::' 9/1 5/01 3

YUSUF. date of birth C^^Ilhtemational Student I.D. card # .


I l-wtib opened the front door for FARAH..

Upon ftnterinnl . I ,
FARAH was read an FD-26, Consent to Search form. FARAH agreed/to
allow the Agents to search his room which he shared with KALIF ;
WARSAME. (It should be noted that only that part of trie bedroom /
which belonged to FARAH and that part of the bedroom closet which;
belonged to FARAH was searched). The entry way and kitchen are^i
of the apartment was also searched. The second bedroom was not/
searched. The search was conducted bvl /

The search begarr at approximately 7:00 p.m. The searcjS


was discontinued at approximately 7:45..p.m. Located in FARAH's
suitcase, which was located in the bedroom closet was a Passport
for MOHAMED ABDI HUSSEIN F/M/Lfrom the SOMALI DEMOCRATIC
REPUBLIC. Passoort# J I HUSSEIN had a listed date/of
birth ofl I HUSSEIN'S place of birth was listed as[

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HUSSEIN's father was identified as ABDI HUSSEIN on the Passport.
HUSSEIN'S Passport expires nnl I. The Passport was not
seized. ...

Also located in the closet was a small card, ,


approximately 4" X 4", which contained the following information:
ISLAMIC SOCIETY OF BOSTON, 204 Prospect Street, Cambridge, MA,
617 876-3546, fax 617 576-6268, e-mail address of: .
isb@gis.net, www.isbcc.org and www.imagineer-web.com/isb. This
card was not seized. Additionally, appearing in plain view a
ninht stand whlrh was between FARAH'S and WARSAME'S bed was a /19/11 Personal Privacy

While searching FARAH's room, MOHAMED KILWE AHMED


entered FARAH's apartment. AHMED was asked to identify himself.
AHMED produced a U.S. MERCHANT MARINERS DOCUMENT card which
provided the following information: MOHAMED KILWE AHMEDj
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After the search, FARAH was transported back to Boston


Logan International Airport, Terminal E by the same Agents who
engaged in the search.

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BEGPRODNO K/l-INf-00002§58 """1
BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-1203 '
DATE 09/16/2001
FBIDESCR HAMID IHIZAN 9/12/01
INPUTBATCH NCTA_004 (1st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered in August) \1 -
FULLTEXT

HAMID IHIZAN. borrf


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Social Security Account Number!. Jwas interviewed at
his place of employment, GLOBE AVIATION SERVICES CORPORATION,
East Boston, Massachusetts. Also present during the interview was
Special Agent! IBureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms, Boston Division, telephone! lAfter being
advised of the identities of the interviewing Agents and.tliS ....
nature of the interview, IHIZAN provided the following -::::;:::....
information: ;:::-«...
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He had been employed for five or six months by GLOBE Privacy
AVIATION SERVICES CORPORATION. On the morning of 09/11/2001 /
IHIZAN was on duty at the South Check Point from 5:35 AM until
7:15 AM. From 7:15 AM until the end of his shift he was on duty
at the Middle Check Point. At both locations IHIZAN operated a / _
hand'wand'; - .,„,,.,>_...„

IHIZAN recalled a dark skinned woman whom he believed


to be Hispanic and carrying plastic bags as the only suspicious,
person he could remember seeing on the morning of 09/11/20.01. He
believed this woman to be suspicious because she was in a hurry
to get through security. The woman caused an alarm to go off at
the security gate. A supervisor was then called over who allowed
the woman to proceed to her gate.

IHIZAN had no other recollection of suspicious events


on that morning, nor could he recall hearing of anyone who may
have information.

09/12/2001 Boston, Massachusetts

265D-NY-380250 / 09/16/2001

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BEGPRODNO : M-1NT-00010117
BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-4210 ,9/11 Personal Privacy
DATE = 09/14/2001
FBIDESCR : INTERVIEW OF OMAR MENKAR
INPUTBATCH : NCTA_004 (1 st Batch of unredacted 302's delivered irv August) .
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/14/2001


During the afternoon of September 14,2001, the
investigating Agent, accompanied by Massachusetts State Police
i> rnet with. Omar Menkar. a Moroccan National,

Massachusetts! I After being advised of the identities of the-;;c , -. n


interviewing Agents and the nature of the interview, Menkar ..y / - L 1 Law ^ntorcement
provided the following i nformation: / Privacy

Menkar has been residing in the United States since


December 28, 2000. Menkar and his wife, Haji Fouzia, immigrated to
the United States from Morocco in order to have a better economic
future. Approximately five months ago, Menkari and his wife were
successful in gaining employment as baggage handlers for Globe
Services, a contractor for American Airlines at Logan International
Airport. Menkar's responsibility is to sort and place checked
baggage onto carts which are loaded into the airplanes. /
Menkar and his wife were working at the airport during
the morning of September 11, 2001. Menkar began Work at
approximately 5:30 a.m. and he continued to work until
-approximately 12:30 p.m. ./.-..-..—--•~~-'~---" • ....,,..,...». , *,„ ,

Menkar did not observe any unusual or suspicious activity


during the morning of September 11, 2001 or during the past months.
Menkar desires to become a naturalized citizen of the
United States. Menkar supports the United States government in its
efforts to capture and punish the individuals responsible for such
a terrible act. /

Investigation on at .
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File # / Date dictated
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This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI
and-i& ioaned-to your agency; ..... -«--^-"~- •' • • • • •......' • ...m-—- ~~ ........ m
it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.

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