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*[[:Image:Team4 Box15 FBIHijackerAccountInfo Spreadsheet RothExpenseCut.pdf|A spreadsheet of expenditure on the hijacker's bank accounts, labelled "Roth Expense Cut"]]
*[[:Image:Team4 Box15 FBIHijackerAccountInfo Spreadsheet RothExpenseCut.pdf|A spreadsheet of expenditure on the hijacker's bank accounts, labelled "Roth Expense Cut"]]
*[https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxhHk-kM0huWM1k1bldkMTh5WE0/edit?usp=sharing A spreadsheet of expenditure on the hijacker's bank accounts, labelled "New"
*[https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxhHk-kM0huWM1k1bldkMTh5WE0/edit?usp=sharing A spreadsheet of expenditure on the hijacker's bank accounts, labelled "New"]
Revision as of 09:08, 27 September 2014
- 1 Front Office
- 2 Dana Hyde
- 3 Daniel Marcus
- 4 Team 1A
- 5 Team 2
- 6 Team 3
- 7 Team 4
- 8 Team 5
- 9 Team 6
- 10 Team 7
- 11 Team 8
- 12 New York Office
- 13 Others
NARA have made many 9/11 Commission records public. You'll find MFRs (memoranda for the record, interview summaries) available from here, for instance.
You may also download the set of MFRs available online for a given set of boxes via these huge PDF files (see below for details of what's in which boxes).
- MFRs in boxes 1-5, 193MB
- MFRs in boxes 6-10, 31.8MB
- MFRs in boxes 11-15, 85MB
- MFRs in boxes 16-21, 142MB
However, many other important documents are still only available if you visit their research rooms in person, hardly the most convenient solution. So we've used the Finding Aid to locate records that seem important, had them copied and mailed, then scanned and uploaded them. Each document will then be linked to other pages on the site as seems relevant, but this page will be the master index of every document we've uploaded so far. Its structure follows that described in the Finding Aid: the records are divided into sections (major Commission members and teams), each of these has multiple boxes, and each box contains either records, or folders containing records. (If you're not looking at the Finding Aid then this may not be a helpful way of organising things, and you might be better off searching for whatever interests you using the Search box top left, or the left-hand menu system.)
Public Hearing "Emergency Response" folders contain:
- A record of an interview with Alan Reiss (former WTC operations and maintenance manager)
- A record of an interview with Joseph Morris (Port Authority police chief)
- A record of an interview with Bernard Kerik (former NYPD commissioner)
- A record of an interview with Thomas Von Essen (former FDNY commissioner)
- A record of an interview with Richard Sheirer (former director of New York's Office of Emergency Management)
- A record of an interview with Rudy Giuliani (former New York mayor)
Subjects include air traffic control, Federal Aviation Administration and North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) response to the hijackings and attacks, authority for the shoot down of hijacked aircraft, Department of Defense responsiveness to Commission requests, and NORAD exercises.
- "OVP Notes" includes what seems to be Hyde's copy of Lynne Cheney's PEOC notes
- "Monte Belger" (FAA) interview notes
- "Dave Canoles" (FAA) interview notes
- "Peter Challen" (FAA) interview notes
- "Major Charles Chambers" records his experiences of 9/11 while in the NMCC
- "John Flaherty" (Mineta's Chief of Staff) interview notes
- "Jeff Griffith" (FAA) interview notes
- "Norman Mineta Interview" contains handwritten notes of a Commission interview with Norman Mineta (different to the MFR that's currently online)
- "General Winfield Interview" actually contains only the questions (the answers are withdrawn), but is still worth a look.
- "White House Timelines" contains no timelines, unfortunately. Instead you get some topics to discuss with Doug Cochrane, "VP military aide", and a few questions from the 9/11 families.
- "USSS Requests and Notes" contains fragments from Secret Service interviews regarding their awareness of hijackings and Cheney's evacuation.
Topics include executive agency cooperation with the Commission, Commission access to White House records such as the President’s Daily Brief and draft security directives, compensation for Commissioners, staff access to detainees, issuance of subpoenas to the White House and Federal Aviation Administration, staff access to City of New York documents and recordings, Commission recommendations, the progress of each team’s work, and publication of the final report.
- "Airlines" includes responses from American Airlines to Commission questions.
- "Air Threat Call" includes a little information about the importance of the transcript of the 9/11 Air Threat Conference Call.
- "Commissioners" includes the resignation letter of Commissioner Max Cleland
- "FAA" includes a DoT Inspector General letter on the FAA's destruction of air traffic controller tapes. (That is, the audio record of interviews made with controllers who handled the hijacked planes.)
- "NORAD/ FAA Misstatements" contains the best summary of the Commission's view on NORAD and FAA timeline inaccuracies that you'll find anywhere. It's a must-read if you've the faintest interest in the stand-down arguments
- "Saudis" contains information on the post-9/11 flights that high-level Saudis used to leave the US
- The "Team 8" folder includes a Dana Hyde memo where she gives Mineta's PEOC arrival time as 10:07
Subjects include: activities of the hijackers, especially while in the United States; al Qaeda’s planning of and logistics for the September 11 attacks; Mohammad Atta’s alleged meeting in Prague; the hijackers’ associates in the United States and abroad; Zacarias Moussaoui; chronologies of the events leading up to September 11, 2001; activities of the attack planners overseas; al Qaeda members, such as Abu Zubayda, Ahmad Ressam, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, and Ramzi Binalshibh; the attack on the USS Cole; and agencies’ cooperation with the team’s document and briefing requests.
- The FBI investigate Nancy Nicolson and Garth Nicolson's supposed foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks
- "Four Flights and Other Data" - includes FBI interviews regarding the phone calls from Barbara Olson, Peter Hanson, an unnamed flight attendant, Renee May, Betty Ong, Amy Sweeny, CeeCee Lyles, Ed Felt, Mark Bingham, Marion Britton, Garnet Bailey, Linda Gronlund, and Thomas Burnett, as well as quotes from Dave Canoles on "extraordinary navigation skills" displayed by two of the hijacked planes
The "Miscellaneous documents cites in the final report" folder contains:
- "Notes on Timeline - FBI PENTTBOM" contains interesting questions about the 9/11 plot, including the start date, Yazeed al-Salmi, Jamal Ibrahim Abdulajalil, al-Shehhi's "salary", Pistole's testimony and more.
The "Motley Submission" folder contains:
- "CIA comments on Kuala Lumpur" contains CIA comments on the sharing of information (or not) between the CIA and FBI about the al Qaeda January 2001 Kuala Lumpur meeting
The "Aircraft as weapons" folders contained:
"Executive Office of the President - Delivery" contains:
These interviews on White House staffers on what happened at Booker High School on 9/11:
- Dan Bartlett via ABC
- Dan Bartlett via CBS
- Ari Fleischer via ABC
- Ari Fleischer via CBS
- General Mark V Rosenker, Director of the White House Military office
And these interviews on happenings at the White House on 9/11:
"EOP Produced Documents Volume III" contains:
- An Evan Thomas, Newsweek interview with Condoleezza Rice
- A Bob Woodward interview with Condoleezza Rice
Team 4 focused on terrorist financing.
The "Account Summaries" folder contains:
- Brief details of the hijacker's bank accounts
- Nawaf al-Hazmi's bank account transactions from 4-5-00 to 9-10-01
- "CitiGroup PowerPoint on Hijackers" contains a useful presentation on hijackers finances, showing the amount spent in several accounts and overall
- "Hazmi/ Mihdhar Search" lists many intelligence documents relating to the search for Khalid al-Mihdhar and Nawaf al-Hazmi. Invaluable for researchers, if dull for everyone else.
The "FBI Docs - Received early April" folder contains:
- A spreadsheet of expenditure on the hijacker's bank accounts, labelled "Roth Expense Cut"
- A spreadsheet of expenditure on the hijacker's bank accounts, labelled "New"
Subjects include visa policy; methods of hijacker entry into the United States; summaries of activities, especially entry into the United States, by other terrorists before September 11, 2001; Immigration and Naturalization Service policy regarding border security; Department of State’s Visa Express and Visa Waiver programs; embassy security; information sharing between law enforcement, intelligence agencies, and other federal entities; alien smuggling; and post-September 11 detainees.
"Misc info on Moussaoui and Hijackers" contains detailed information on the hijackers, like passenger name records and FBI reports, as well as lists of items recovered from everything from hotels to the crash scenes
- "Breeder Documents" contains extensive details on hijacker IDs and includes documents recovered from the crash sites
- "Hearing Material - January" is a single page table listing the hijackers, their country and date of birth, and where and when they got their US visas
- "Victor Manual Lopez-Florez" is a man who helped two of the hijackers obtain Virginia IDs
- Herbert Villalobos" is a man who helped two of the hijackers obtain Virginia IDs
9-11 Hijacker Information
- Part #1 - brief details on each hijacker and the flights
- Part #2 - annotated copies of some hijacker visa applications as shown in the National Review
- Part #3 - a reprint of the September 27 2001 FBI press release on the hijackers
- Part #4 - a reprint of a web timeline on the 9/11 hijackers
- Part #5 - INS (immigration), TECS (Treasury), PNR (Passenger Name Records) and other information on each of the hijackers
- "Chronology: US Identifications" includes details of a forensic examination of hijacker ID cards recovered from the Pentagon, and a list of identification documents belonging to the hijackers (passports, visas, driving licences, more).
The "Work Product Charts" folder contains:
The "Inspector Interviews" folders contains immigration inspector interviews re:
- Fayez Banihammad, 6-27-01
- Ahmed al-Ghamdi, 5-2-01
- Hamza al-Ghamdi, 5-28-01
- Mohand al-Shehri, 5-28-01
- DoJ IG INS Contact with Atta and al-Shehhi ("A Review of the INS's Admissions of Mohamed Atta and Marwan Alshehhi, its Processing of their Change of Status Applications, and its Efforts to Track Foreign Students in the United States")
"9/11 Hijacker Primary Documents - United 175" includes basic INS summaries on:
"9/11 Hijacker Primary Documents - American 77" includes basic INS summaries on:
And in addition:
- Timeline relating to Rayed Abdullah, who knew Hani Hanjour
- INS details on Nawaf al-Hazmi's visa and extension applications
- A memo on Salem al-Hazmi's visa application and history
- A PENTTBOM memo regarding a CD found in Pakistan. This contained images of several passports, including those of Khalid al-Mihdhar, Abdulaziz al-Omari, Salem al-Hazmi, and a previously unknown "Saud A. S. Al-Rasheed", whose "name may indicate that he is some how related to the Saudi Royal Family"
- Customs information on the travels to and from the US of Khalid al-Mihdhar and Nawaf al-Hazmi
"9/11 Hijacker Primary Documents - United 11" includes basic INS summaries on:
And in addition:
- INS analysis of Abdulaziz al-Omari's passport, and important FBI information on the other al-Omari behind one of the "hijacker still alive" stories
- An FBI record on al-Omari, incorrectly containing some information on other men with the same or a similar name
- Memo on the confusion of Waleed Mohammed al-Shehri and Waleed Ahmed al-Shehri, the son of a diplomat.
- An FBI record incorrectly containing some details on Waleed Ahmed al-Shehri
- INS analysis of Satam al-Suqami's passport
- 166-page file on hijacker visa applications, with a particular focus on Mohamed Atta
"9/11 Hijacker Primary Documents - United 93" includes basic INS summaries on:
And in addition:
- "9/11 Hijacker Primary Documents - United 93" (memo on the examination of the remains of Ziad Jarrah's passport)
- "9/11 Hijacker Primary Documents - United 93" (matching memo for the examination of Saeed al-Ghamdi's passport)
"Breeder Documents" contains:
- Photos of ID documents for Salem al-Hazmi, Majed Moqed, Ahmad al-Ghamdi, Khalid al-Mihdhar, Ziad Jarrah, Mohamed Atta and Abdulaziz al-Omari
"Aliases and IDs of the 9/11 hijackers" contains:
- FBI memos re: the Pentagon, including receiving the remains of 5 individuals believed to be the hijackers
IG Materials Folder 1 contains:
- An Inspector General review of how the 9/11 hijackers received their US visas
- Former Riyadh section chief Tom Furey comments on the visa system
- "Charts of bin Laden Flights" contains passenger lists from a few post-9/11 flights]]
Team 6 investigated law enforcement and intelligence collection inside the United States.
- "PENTTBOM Timeline Briefing", an interesting document covering many aspects of the case
Team 7 investigated aviation security and the circumstances of the hijackings on September 11, 2001. Included are notes of interviews conducted by Commission staff; notes of visits to such sites as Logan and Dulles Airports; slides of presentations given to Commission staff from federal agencies such as the Transportation Security Administration of the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Aviation Administration, and American and United Airlines; documents received by the Commission from agencies, particularly the Federal Bureau of Investigations, and airlines; reports from the General Accounting Office on transportation security; other government and private sector reports; drafts of chapter one of the Commission’s final report; congressional hearing transcripts; and published articles and monographs.
- "CVR Notes - NTSB" contains handwritten notes on an NTSB briefing. This uses the flight data recorders and other information to try and figure out what happened on Flight 77 and 93 (but mostly 93)
The "ATC" folder contains:
- Virginia Buckingham, MASSPORT CEO (interview)
- Jane Garvey (interview)
- Monte Belger (interview)
- Logan Site Brief (scraps of information on the airport)
The "FBI 302s: Homer..." folder contains:
- Information on the roles of the Flight 11 flight attendants, and other information on Kathleen Nicosia
The "FBI 302s: Olsen..." folder contains:
- FBI 302s - ACARS contains various FBI interviews mostly relating to the hijacked flights
- "LeRoy Homer" is the Team 7 file on the Flight 93 co-pilot
FBI reports relating to passengers and flight crew of the 9/11 flights, calls made from the plane, and various witnesses are contained in:
Flight 93 Calls
Includes background information on passengers who didn't make a call.
- Todd Beamer
- Alan Beaven
- Mark Bingham (includes additional interesting United Airlines/ Flight 93 information)
- Sandy Bradshaw
- Marion Britton
- Thomas Burnett
- Patricia Cushing
- pilot Jason Dahl
- Patrick Driscoll (and William Cashman)
- Ed Felt
- Jane Folger
- Andrew Garcia
- Jeremy Glick
- Kristin Gould
- Lauren Grandcolas
- flight attendant Wanda Green
- Linda Gronlund
- Richard Guadagno
- Toshiya Kuge
- CeeCee Lyles
- Hilda Marcin
- Louis Nacke
- John Talignani
- Honor Wainio
- flight attendant Deborah Welsh
The folder contained a General section.
- "Flight 11 Calls" - Part 1 includes a transcript of Betty Ong's phone call from Flight 11, and further discussions amongst other American Airlines staff.
- "Flight 11 Calls" - Part 2 includes transcripts of calls to and from American Airlines Ray Howland, as he begins to hear about and respond to the situation on American Airlines Flight 11.
- "Flight 11 Calls" - Part 3 includes transcripts of calls to and from Bill Halleck (American Airlines Systems Operation Command Centre, Dallas), as he begins to hear about and respond to the situation on Flight 11.
- "Flight 175 Calls" contains more details on Star Fix calls made from the hijacked planes.
- "Flight GTE Records" contains the airfone records for Flight 93 and Flight 175 (very difficult to read, though)
- Airfone Records for all four flights (unlabeled, I'm assuming this belongs here but I don't know for sure.
- "Flights-phone calls" includes questions and comments regarding 9/11 phone calls by Linda Gronlund, Mark Bingham, Marion Britton, Ed Felt, Todd Britton, an unnamed flight attendant, Thomas Burnett, CeeCee Lyles, Louis Nacke, Sandra Bradshaw, Jeremy Glick, Waleska Martinez, Barbara Olson, Renee May, Brian Sweeney, and Peter Hanson.
- "Woodward Notes" includes Michael Woodward's notes from his conversation with Amy Sweeney on Flight 11, and the transcript of a Primetime Thursday TV programme telling the story of that call
- "Flight call notes and 302s includes notes on 9/11 calls from Peter Hansen, Barbara Olson, Amy Sweeney, Renee May, Betty Ong, Todd Beamer, Mark Bingham and more. There's also a little background information on Daniel Lewin.
- "United Airlines ACARS messages" contains 9/11 ACARS messages to the hijacked planes.
- "Manifests" included manifests for Flights 175 and 93, plus limited boarding information
- Flight 93 Info - QFRs for Flight 93 has United Airlines providing Flight 93 past history, 9/11 times, load factor, hijackers boarding times etc.
- FBI 302s of Interest - Flight 11 has FBI interviews relating to Flight 11
- FBI 302s of Interest - Flight 77 provides some FBI interviews relating to Flight 77, including a brief mention of the operator who took Barbara Olson's "collect call"
- FBI 302s of Interest - Hijacker includes various FBI interviews relating to the hijackers (possible sightings and so on)
- FBI 302s of Interest - Colgan Air contains FBI interviews relating to Colgan Air (mostly the US Airways flight that Atta and al-Omari took immediately prior to boarding Flight 11)
- FBI 302s of Interest - Checkpoint Screeners contains FBI interviews with or about checkpoint screeners, their procedures, and possible contact with the hijackers]]. There's also information on further airport videos showing the hijackers
- Screeners 9/11 and Check-In has more interviews with airport screeners and check-in staff
- FBI 302s of Internet - Flight 93 contains FBI interviews relating to Flight 93, everything from how tickets were booked to witnesses who saw it from the ground
- "AAL Letters" contains assorted American Airlines-related documentation: passenger lists, passenger name records, American Airlines records regarding the departure of Flights 11 and 77, and more. Some US Airways documents on the 9/11 flight taken by Atta and al-Omari, too.
- "Atta's Luggage" includes FBI interviews with the baggage expediters responsible for it
- "Flight info tables" contains a useful table of information on each of the hijacked 9/11 flights: crew, hijackers, their boarding times, calls from the flights, more
- "Hijacker knife purchases" lists purchases of knives by the hijackers, and details knives found at the Flight 93 crash scene
- "Hijacker Sightings" includes reports of hijackers supposedly casing cockpits, behaving suspiciously in planes and airports. Also has a Commission staffer saying there's no way that James Woods story of encountering the hijackers is true.
- "UAL jumpseat" contains United Airlines responses to issues like the use of jumpseats on their 9/11 flights, cargo manifests, technical information on the hijacked planes, and more
- "UAL QFR responses" contains various responses from United Airlines to issues like plane load factors, calls to United Airlines HQ, and more
- "AAL QFR responses" includes American Airline responses to requests about hijacker check-ins, the 9-11 flights, their knowledge of the hijackings, and more
The "AAL Misc" folder contains:
- A 9/11 fax (?) with lists of initial hijacker suspects for Flight 11 and Flight 77, including their flight booking details
The "Pilot training info" folder contains:
- One of Hanjour's early instructors explaining why he thought Hanjour was a poor pilot
- A Flight Standards Service briefing on the training of the hijacker pilots, including some innocent pilots with similar names who were victims of mistaken identity
- "MFR excerpts" contains summaries of interviewees views on various FAA-related topics
Timelines 9/11 contains:
- A chronology of hijacker events in South Florida
- This summary of hijacker activities from the days immediately before 9/11
- FAA-sourced ROC WOC and ACI log timeline of events
Flight 175 and 93 load patterns contains:
Flight 77 and 11 No-Shows contains:
Flight 77 and 93 No-Shows contains:
- "INTERAVIA" contains information on a Karachi travel agency in Pakistan who booked 7 seats for Flight 11 on 9/11 - they were all no-shows
The MFR/IV Notes contains:
Subjects include the air traffic and military responses to the hijackings, including the coordination of their efforts; previous FAA emergencies such as Payne Stewart’s flight and the Lufthansa hijacking; pre-September 11 emergency protocols; and gaps or limits in radar coverage, especially in the track of United Flight 93.
- A summary of NORAD exercises between 1998 and 2001 that involved hijackings. Caused some excitement for the news of a suicide hijacking exercise two days before 9/11
- ATSSC Tape Transcript - Position 14
- ATSSC Tape Transcript - Position 15
- ATSSC Tape Transcript - Position 25A Part #1
- ATSSC Tape Transcript - Position 25A Part #4
- ATSSC Tape Transcript - Position 25B
- Ben-Veniste Correspondence (actually handwritten notes relating to the NORAD tapes)
- Handwritten notes summarising the "rebirth of Flight 11"
- Commission Staffer John Azzarello's notes on the May 23 testimony of Mineta, Generals Arnold and McKinley, Col Scott and Mike Canavan
- DOT John Flaherty, 3/29/04 (interview)
- FAA HQ - General Counsel illustrates the relationship between the FAA and 9/11 Commission
- FAA HQ - Col. Sheryl Atkins interview and notes on Atkins experiences as military liaison to FAA HQ on 9/11
- FAA HQ - Monte Belger (interview and lengthy notes)
- FAA HQ - Steve Brown (handwritten notes of an interview)
- FAA HQ - Dave Canoles (interview)
- FAA HQ - Dan Diggins (interview)
- FAA HQ - Jeff Griffith (interview)
- FAA HQ - Nancy Kalinowski (handwritten notes)
- FAA HQ - Mary Ellen Kraus (interview)
- FAA HQ - Lee Longmire (handwritten notes)
- FAA HQ - Tony Mello (handwritten notes of an interview)
- FAA HQ - Shirley Miller] interview and notes
- FAA HQ - Dan Noel (interview)
- FAA HQ - Tracey Paquin includes details on how the FAA constructed a timeline of their response to the attacks
- FAA HQ - Daniel (Darrel) Smith (interview)
- Miles Kara Documents (2) - Andrews (logs for Atlantic City and the 177th Fighter Wing)
- Miles Kara Documents (2) - Andrews (a timeline of events relating to Andrews Air Force Base and Flight 93)
- Miles Kara Documents (2) - Andrews (various Andrews Air Force Base logs and certification statements)
- Miles Kara Documents (2) - Andrews (summary of an interview with General David Wherley, commander of the 113th Fighter Wing at Andrews Air Force Base on 9/11)
- Miles Kara Documents (3) - Timelines (4 flights, DAL1989, FAA and NEADS timeline)
- Miles Kara Documents (3) - Timelines (9/11 transmissions from Andrews Air Force Base)
- Miles Kara Documents (3) - Timelines (a collection of short timelines from various sources)
- Miles Kara Documents (3) - Timelines (Jim Slate - DCA Tower - notes)
- Miles Kara Documents (3) - Timelines (Sources for times - Flight 77 and 93)
- Miles Kara and Dana Hyde work file (4) (Who's who on the NEADs Ops Centre channels, useful for understanding the NORAD tapes)
The "Hijacked Airplanes" folders contain:
- A timeline of Flight 93 based on ATC radio transmissions
- Some NTSB reports on Flight 93
- Email on the "ghost Flight 93" scenario
- An interesting radar-based timeline for Flight 77, so you can see where the plane was when different events occurred
- An interesting radar-based timeline for Flight 175, so you can see where the plane was when different events occurred
The "Misc work papers" folder contains:
- A copy of a Secret Service timeline for 9/11
- Details of the NRO "plane crash into building" exercise running on 9/11
- "Miles Kara Working Files - Folder 1" includes useful FAA timelines constructed by Mike McCormick, as well as the FAA's Eastern Region Operations Centre Log for 9/11 (what they knew about hijacked planes and other threats, and when they knew it)
- "Miles Kara Working Files - Folder 2" includes a Dulles Tower timeline describing the approach of Flight 77; a statement from Victor Padgett of FAA Potomac TRACON describing what he saw and did just before the Pentagon attack; an FAA press release of August 2002 containing a timeline of events (some times are incorrect); the ATC flight strips for Flight 11
"NTSB Documents - Folder 1" contains:
"HQ FAA" folder contains:
- A timeline for activities re: the FAA's military cell (mostly after the attacks)
- A summary of events according to the FAA's military cell
- FAA situation reports from 9/11 and the next few days
- Notes from a visit to the FAA's operations centre. (More interesting than it sounds, with lots of useful fragments about the attacks and the FAA's response.)
Miles Kara Work Files:
- NEADS Duty Roster for 9/11
"HQ - FAA" contains:
"NEADS Trip... 2 of 3" folder contains:
"NEADS Trip... 3 of 3" folder contains:
New York Office
The records in the New York City office reflect the efforts of the Commission to examine the immediate response to the emergency by both government and the private sector.
"FAA Produced Documents" folder contains:
- Interesting comments on NORAD's timeline of 9/11 events
- An internal FAA briefing document on timelines for the four hijacked planes
- NEADS Transcript Rome NY contains a transcript of key parts of the NORAD tapes.
Box 3 contains transcripts of the NORAD tapes.
The "Civilians" folder contains:
The "Economic Impact" folder contains:
- A draft report on the economic impact of 9/11 on New York
- An interview with Stanley Praimnath, tells what he saw in the south tower on 9/11
- And an interview with Brian Clark, who helped Praimnath escape the WTC
- "Farmer misc" (a Newsweek November 19th 2001 interview with Dick Cheney)
- "Farmer misc" (a CBS September 4th 2002 interview with Dick Cheney)
- "Farmer misc" (a Fox News September 5th 2002 interview with Dick Cheney)
- "Farmer misc" (a CNN September 5th 2002 interview with Dick Cheney)
- "Farmer misc" (timelines of 9/11 events according to various Condoleezza Rice interviews)
- Notes from William Rodriguez' interview with the 9/11 Commission
- P.A. interviews misc (a timeline of WTC-related NYPD reports )
- "Farmer misc" (a Newsweek interview with Lynne Cheney)
- "Farmer misc" (a Newsweek interview with Eric Edelman)
- "Farmer misc" (a Newsweek interview with Scooter Libby)
- "AA11 Timeline" actually contains a chronology of events around the WTC
The "Video" folder contains:
- A letter regarding Niaz Khan and his allegations of training for a pre-9/11 hijacking plot
- NYPD Detectives John Fitgerald and James Wheeler tell of their experiences on 9/11
- "Phone Call Timeline" contains details on 9/11 calls from the WTC to the New York Port Authority
The "Analysis of FDNY Videos" folder includes:
The "NYPD Radio Comm" folder contains:
- A transcript of the "City Wide" radio tranmissions
- Transcript of Special Ops Division radio transmissions between 8:46 and 9:33 on 9/11
The "911 Calls" folder contains:
- "NYPD Slideshow" contains an NYPD presentation on the events of 9/11 and the emergency response
- "FBI Briefing" contains brief details on the FBI Washington Field Office's initial response to 9/11 and the Pentagon attack
The following documents are assumed to come from a Commission file, but we're not sure which one.
- FBI document with substantial background detail on Jarrah
- Similar FBI document with background detail on Hanjour
- Scenario of the US military exercise Amalgam Virgo 01-02
- A US Government document lists contacts with the Taliban from 1996 to 2001
- An SEC document lists American Airlines and United Airlines Put Options data for trading immediately before 9/11
The following document is a compilation of 9/11 Commission interviews of FAA personnel.