Memorandum for the Record (MFR) of the Interview of [Customs Inspector #5] of the Customs and Border Protection Conducted by Team 5, 03/26/2004
ARC Identifier 2609797
Item from Record Group 148: Records of Commissions of the Legislative Branch, 1928 - 2007
|Creator(s):||National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States. (11/27/2002 - 08/21/2004)|
|Type(s) of Archival Materials:||Textual Records|
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|Other Title(s):||9/11 Commission Memorandum of Record - [Customs Inspector #5] - Customs and Border Protection - Conducted by Team 5|
|Part Of:||Series: Memorandums for the Record, compiled 2003 - 2004|
|Access Restriction(s):||Restricted - Partly
Portions of this record remain closed under the provisions of the letter of 08/20/2004 from Commission Chair, Thomas H. Kean, and Vice Chair, Lee H. Hamilton, to Archivist of the United States, John W. Carlin, detailing access to the Commission's records. The letter states that records should not be disclosed if they (a) contain information that continues to be classified; (b) disclose private information that the Commission agreed to protect from public disclosure; or (c) are otherwise barred from public disclosure by law, as determined by the Archivist.
|Online Resource URL:||http://www.archives.gov/legislative/research/9-11/commission-memoranda.html|
|Online Resource Note:||An alphabetical index to this series is available on the NARA web site. The index is also sortable by affiliation, date, team, and status.|
|Variant Control Number(s):||Search Identifier: siLegislative 9/11 Commission|