The CIA has released nearly 800 pages of newly declassified documents on Al Qaeda and the September 11 attacks.
The documents were released in response to an INTELWIRE Freedom of Information Act request for material referenced by the 9/11 Commission. Numerous documents were withheld, and those that were released have been heavily redacted. Despite this, it is highly unusual to receive any material from the CIA in response to a FOIA request, and they provide a fascinating look at the state of the agency's understanding of Al Qaeda over the years.
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"INTELFILES features the largest collection of official 9/11 documents on the Web, including a collection of documents footnoted in the Final Report of the 9/11 Commission. More than 200 documents obtained from the FBI through the Freedom of Information Act have already been posted. More documents from other agencies will follow."
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
9/11 Commission, FBI Source Documents, Chronological, Jan. 1, 2003 to Dec. 31, 2003
1/8/2003: FBI Letterhead Memorandum, Imad Eddin Barakat Yarkas
1/8/2003: FBI Letterhead Memorandum, Imad Eddin Barakat Yarkas (unredacted)
1/16/2003: FBI FD-302, Record of interrogation, Derar Mohammed Saleh
2/4/2003: FBI FD-302, Record of interrogation, Shareef Abdulmuttaleb El-Arbi
2/4/2003: FBI FD-302, Record of interrogation, Shareef Abdulmuttaleb El-Arbi (less redacted)
2/4/2003: FBI FD-302, Record of interrogation, Shareef Abdulmuttaleb El-Arbi (different redactions)