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WaehingOOq D.C, 205Q5 The 9/11 Working Group The Caldwell Center 323 S. Walnut Street Bloomington, IN 47401 Reference: F-2007-01051 iNAY 1 8 1tip~ This is further to our 1 May 20071etter and is a final response to your 11 March 2007 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. You are requesting "all documents and records pertaining to or referencing: 1. The 19 individuals named as hijackers by The 9/11 Report of The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States; 2. Any and all individuals believed to be one of the hijackers using an assumed name; 3. Anyand all individuals using the name of one.of the hijackers; 4. Any and all individuals having the same name as one of the hijackers; 5. Any and all surveillance of any of the hijackers in either the United States, Germany, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Thailand, Malaysia, Chechnya, the Philippines, or any other country; 6. Any and all bank accounts, credit cards, ATM transactions, wire transfers, payments by the United States government, or any other type of financial transactions by or to any of the hijackers in the United States or any other country; 7. Any and all interceptions of telephone calls, e-mails, letters, or other communications by any of the hijackers in the United States or any other country; 8. Any and all visas, passports, customs records, immigration records, or other travel documents issued to or referring to any of the hijackers; 9. Any training received by any of the hijackers at the Air War College in the Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base in Alabama, the Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida, the Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, or any other military facility; 10. Any loan applications to the US Department of Agriculture or any other US government agency by any of the hijackers; 11. Any training by any of the hijackers in aircraft or simulators at any comunercial flight school in the United States or any other country; 12. Any arrests, tickets, citations, warrants, criminal records, police reports, investigations, inquiries, or afberlaw enforcement agency documents referring to any of the hijackers; 13. Any pilot's license issued to or any other FAA document referring to any of the hijackers; 14. Any post office box rentals by any of the hijackers; ' 15. Any autopsies of any of the hijackers' bodies; 16. Any reports, surveillance, interceptions, or other records _ showing ariy of the hijackers being alive after September 11, 201, and 17. Any reports, surveillance, interceptions, investigations, or other evidence casting doubt on the identity of any of the hijackers." The CIA Information Act, 50 U.S.C. ? 431, as amended, exempts CIA operational files from the search, review, publication, and disclosure requirements of the Freedom of Information Act. To the extent your request seeks information that is subject to the FOIA, the Agency cannot accept this request, in its current form, because it would require the Agency to perform an unreasonably burdensome search. The FOIA requires requesters to "reasonably describe" the information they seek so that professional employees familiar with the subject matter can locate responsive information with a reasonable amount of effort. Because of the breadth, vagueness, and lack of specificity of your request, and the way in which the Agency configures its records systems that are subject to the FOIA, the Agency cannot conduct a reasonable search for information responsive to your request. Information and Privacy Coordinator