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BEGBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-95782 J:
DATE = OS/13/2001 / "=
FBIDESCR :l I--"" -" "
FULLTEXT : FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95) :

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FEDERAL BUREAU OP INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 09/15/2001

On 09/13/01,1 -••' "" " " I boml I Saudi


Arabian Citizen. US Visa issued September 2001, was interviewed via
language specialist \r being advised of the identity of
the interviewing agents .and the nature Of the Interview, P |
provided the following:

On 09/.f 1/2001,1 lleftJetta. Saudi Arabia on Saudi


Arabian Airlines in order to travel the Unjteri fitates.l Iwas
traveling to the .OS with his brotpfenTT / / ton, .in order fo
obtain medical treatment in <?ph.Francisco. Caiifbrnrai I i \d his brother.l lhats s^vete/llver problems arjd his

to the US was being paid.for.bjthe government 6f Saudi Arabia.


I istatad he is ernij|o.y<=id by SAUDI ARABIAN airlines back in
Saudia Arabia and his brother is an employee oi the Saudii Arabian
government in their Department of the IntertoK |j M [confirmed
his brother has medical papers documenting:the above treatment as
well as papers identifying .the Doctor's; nameland address from whom
he will be receiving treatriTent fh San FranciscojCA. i i i

tated tiis prigihal Itinerary was to! travel from


Saudi Arabia to/New York oh Sa'udi/Airllne$ arriving in New York at
approximately.7:00 AM on 09/1i/01.r~ j land his brother then
planned to d^art Ne'W York for San Francfsco on a Unjted flight at
approximat9.ly 9:00 AIM. < / / [did not nave the flight paperwork on
him at the tirtie of the Interviewed but confirmed his brother •
I Iwas bejng held and interviewed sepsratelvil had iha airlines
tickets.) I Is Saudi flight arrived ori time and) I I [and his
brother went thrpugh ctistor/is. I then traveled to the United
Airlines Area arid checked in on the United Flight to Saiji Francisco,
CA.I [stated the Uhited Flight taxied on to the runaway but
was held there. | fetated after a few moments^ the captain
came on and stated, a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center
and that their plane was reluming to the gate. Upon i|etUrning to
the gate.l taskad United personnel whether he and his brother
would be able to obtain an alternate flight to Californte. I I
was informed by United that no alternate flights wore
that day and they would have to back later.1 Hhen asked
whether hotel accommodations were available through United and was
told all passenger would have to make their own hotel arrangements.

Investigation on at
09/13/01 New York

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After leaving the alrpnrt.i bnrf his brother went to


the Ramada Hotel, located near JFK International, Airport, artd
checked in, I "Tstated he.ahd his brother stayed at the above
hotel for two nights paying gash for the rooms*

On Thurday, September 13.2001.1 tandhis brother


re-visited the United flight area at JFK since they had heard
flioht wars tofesume that day. While afihe United airlines area,
I began talking with two 2.S'audi youths he had/seen on his
previousflight.| |stated..this conversation was/limited to
small talk and was unable to provide the names of/these two 2
youths, Howaver.f [stated he believed th.ese youths were also
traveling to California and were full time students. A few minutes
after arriving at the United counter area. I [stated he, his
brother, and the two Saudi youths were approached by police and
taken Into detention.

I Istated he had watched n«ws reports concerning the


destruction of the World Trada Center but was personally unabls to
provide additional information. I Istated he thought this was
a terrible tragedy and believed those responsible were evil men.

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BEGPRODNO : M-INT-00038057
BEQBATES : 265A-NY-280350-302-7991
DATE- • = 09/17/2001
FBIDESCR : UNITED AIRLINES CUSTOMER SERVICE
FULLTEXT : 09/17/01

On 09/17/01, at approximately 5:45 AM, the below listed


agents contacted customer service representatives of United
Airlines UA at the John F. Kennedy International Aimnrt .IFK
Queens. New York to determine if I
I land) iflk»l Iwere
scheduled to traveJ on UA flight«53 from JFK to San Francisco orT
09/17/01 at 7:00 AM. A UA representative advised that flight 653
had been canceled fallowing the attack attfre Wgrld Trade Center. \~ landl .. ^vere lis

trie canceled flight, L JLvaanot ITsited.J


provided UA with a contact telephone number of 71S 848-2i:2-ti
Investigation revealed that the telephone
me number
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to the Marriott Hotel at JFK.I _ Hand". ere
originally scheduled to depart JFK for San Fn
Francisco aboard
United Airlines flight 845 on 09/11/01. The original tickets for
flight 845 were purchased in Jedha, Saudi Arabia.

United Airlines provided a list of all flights


scheduled to leave JFK for San Fransico on 09/17/01. Three
flights were Identified: UA flight 805 departing at 6:00 AM, UA
flight 15 departing at 12:30 PM and UA fllnhf 7 Hnnartinn at 7-1
PMT
jwere noi usteo as passengers on any ot tne tnree UA
flights. UA does not have the capability to check a passenger's
name for all of their flights. Each flight manifest must be
checked independently. UA checked the outgoing flights to Los
Angeles for the three subjects with negative results.

United Airlines provided agents with the stand-by list


for flight 805, The three subjects were not on the list. Stand-
by passengers were required to check-in with a specific UA
customer service representative prior to receiving authority to
board the aircraft. The UA representative was advised of the
three subjects and told to signal agents if any of the subjects
attempted to get on the flight. The customer service

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2BSA-MY.?flf)35n 09/17/01

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United Airlines 09/17/01

representative advised that none of the three subjects attempted


to board the flight. Agents surveying passengers boarding the
aircraft did not observe the three subjects. A final check of
all passengers on UA flight 805 was made by a flight attendant
aboard the aircraft with negative results. The surveillance was
discontinued once fight 805 departed the jetway. UA flight and
passenger printouts are attached and made part of this FD-302.

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BEGBATES 265A-NY-280350-302-26312
DATE 09/17/2001
FBiDESCR PATEL, PRAFUOSH
FULLTEXT 9/17/01

PRAFUOSH PATEL. General Manager and THERESA SERRANO,


check-in clerk, Linden Motor Inn, 714 South Conduit Boulevard,
Brooklyn, New York 11208, 718647-7300, were contacted at their
place of business. PATEL and SERRANO was advised of the identity
of the interviewing agents, the purpose of the interview, and
thereafter provided the following information:

PATEL allowed the investigative agents to review Lindon


Motor Inn's registration forms from the end of August 2001 to
September 17, 2001. One of the registration cards #02454 on
September 11, 2001 had al bgned in at the motel.
Jpaid $90..QQ.cash for one nights stay In room 227 I \*
itfiredtae-mQteJ..pn:Septsmberl1, 2001.at 3:38 PM, and
The motel on September 12, 2001 at rioon.
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SERRANO advised she recalled! Arriving at the
motel with a second individual with similar features who did not
say anything. SERRANO recalled) lasting,: her to call a car
service for them to JFK airport. SERRANO::believedf Iwas
middle eastern and described hi.s.Englisrf as broken." :SERRANO
remembers givlngl ....- lalrections to the Atrairi subway
LJn orde.r to go to the airport SERRANO descrlbedF^
| Jas an individual with black fiiair, thin build, and
approximately 5' 10" tall. .SEftBANiO was shown a photocopy of
I -•--" Iviroinia drivers license;. SERRANO stated
that this was
vy the individual who checked into the motel under!
I bn
3h September 11. 2001. ,"

SERRANO provided a printoulfBCord for all phone calls


at the motel durinal isstav. Records show there was one
telephone call from! Is room 227 made at 4:10 PM. SERRANO
stated that the motel phone recovery system had already cleared
the telephone numbers so she was unable to find out the number
that was called.

SAl land SAP [conducted a consent search of


room 227, 5A1 iadvised {he room had already been cleaned by
housekeeping. There ware no items recovered from the room.

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FULLTEXT 265A-NY-280350-302
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The followina investigation was conducted by Special


Aoant| ~~| September 20, 2001, at Los Angeles.
California.

A query of ChoiceEflioLQflJifl£_i£2fildSJK2§ peifotTJOfiSLtQ-


ajjfljuQjjQju^her identify! Ignd]

An online query attached..performed for the last narfie


^Identified thirty 30 records. An additional detailed:
tached was obtained for! 1 ak4 T:-
l;-aka.l l:SQ.clal security number

other Individuals identified for the resldencs located:'' ••


al| |Virginia include the following:
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Name: I
Drivers license -
., .. Slats; Virginia
Number.
Birth yean

Name:
aka:
Drivers license -
State: Virginia
Number
Birth year

A query of AnvWho Internet Directory Assistance


performed forl ~~fcrid the Stale of California was positive.
A subscriber record attachsd was found for! "[
J California, telephone number:
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FBIDESCR PATRICIA R. BROWN
FULLTEXT FD-302 (Rev. 10-6-95)

/ FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of transcription 10/06/2001

PATRICIA R. BROWN, Director, Administration/ Accounting,


Flight Safety International, Inc. FSI, 2805 Airport Drive..Vero
Beach, Florida 32960, office telephone number 561 564X7601 was
interviewed at her place of business by Special Agent SA1 I
I land SA| I Miami Division. After being
advised of the identity of the interviewing agent as well as the
nature of the interview, BROWN provided the following information:

FSI requires that it's foreign student obtain a Federal


Aviation Administration FAA medical clearance from a FAA doctor
in their country of origin prior to attending FSI. If a student
submits an 1-20 stating that they will attend FSI, and fails to do
50, FSI notifies the Immigration and Nationalization Service INS
that the student failed to attend the school. BROWN has instituted
> a. R?!=y. I*??*al! FSI students must provide proof that they
mainTain a'bank account in the United States to cover their expense
while at FSI. If a student enters the United States with $10,000
or more, FSI notifies the INS.

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on at
10/5/2001 Vero Beach, Florida

File* Date dictated


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and is loaned to your agency;
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