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                                   AL QAEDA FILES

       These files provide information on Al Qaeda and suspects in the bombings of U.S.
       Embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on August 7, 1998, and
       the USA v. Bin Laden, et al trial transcripts.

Date        Document                                 URL
                                                     http://cryptome.org/nyt-mohamed.htm
28       The Masking of a Militant: A special
November report.; A Soldier's Shadowy Trail In
                                                     New York Times report on Ali Mohamed,
2001     U.S. and in the Mideast
                                                     December 1, 1998
26
         Ali Mohamed Served in the U.S. Army -- Wall Street Journal, November 26, 2001,
November
         And bin Laden's Circle                 front page. Requires subscription.
2001
23       Daily transcripts of the USA v. Bin Laden,
November et al trial in New York, February to       http://cryptome.org/usa-v-ubl-dt.htm
2001     October 2001
11
         Court Docket for USA v. Bin Laden, et al
November                                          http://cryptome.org/usa-v-ubl-dk2.txt
         through 5 November 2001 (793KB)
2001
24 October
           Plea Hearing for Ali Mohamed              http://cryptome.org/usa-v-mohamed.htm
2000
9 February Experts Find No Arms Chemicals at
                                                     http://cryptome.org/jya/obl020999.htm
1999       Bombed Sudan Plant, February 9, 1999
8 February In Islamic World, Bin Laden's Esteem
                                                     http://cryptome.org/jya/obl020899.htm
1999       Rises, February 8, 1999
6 January   Indictment of Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                                                http://cryptome.org/jya/mms010699.htm
1999        January 6, 1999
2 January   Osama Bin Laden Speaks to ABC News,
                                                http://cryptome.org/jya/bin-laden-abc.htm
1999        January 2, 1999
17       Press Release on Indictment of Fadhil,
December Mohamed, Ghailani, Msalam, and              http://cryptome.org/jya/usa121698.htm
1998     Swedan, December 16, 1998
27
         Usama Bin Laden and Five Others             http://cryptome.org/jya/ubl+5-
November
         Docket, November 24, 1998                   112498.htm
1998
           (Superceded: See 11 November 2001)
27
         Usama Bin Laden Docket, November 24,
November                                      http://cryptome.org/jya/ubl112498.htm
         1998
1998
27
         Wadih El Hage Docket, November 24,
November                                            http://cryptome.org/jya/weh112498.htm
         1998
1998
27
         Fazul Abdullah Mohamed Docket,
November                                            http://cryptome.org/jya/fam112498.htm
         November 24, 1998
1998
27
         Mohamed Sadeek Odeh Docket,
November                                            http://cryptome.org/jya/mso112498.htm
         November 24, 1998
1998
27
         Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
November                                            http://cryptome.org/jya/mro112498.htm
         Docket, November 24, 1998
1998
27
         Muhammed Atef Docket, November 24,
November                                            http://cryptome.org/jya/ma112498.htm
         1998
1998
12
         Usama Bin Laden Docket, November 6,
November                                            http://cryptome.org/jya/ubl110698.htm
         1998
1998
4
         Press Release Usama Bin Laden
November                                            http://cryptome.org/jya/usa110498.htm
         Indictment, November 4, 1998
1998
4
         Indictment of Usama Bin Laden,
November                                            http://cryptome.org/jya/usa-v-laden.htm
         November 4, 1998
1998
4
         Indictment of Usama Bin Laden and Five http://cryptome.org/jya/usa-v-
November
         Others, November 4, 1998               laden+5.htm
1998
           C.I.A. Said to Have Rejected Bombing
31 October                                          http://www.nytimes.com/library/world/
           Suspect's Bid to Be a Spy
1998                                                africa/103198terrorist-indict.html
           (Ali Mohamed)
30 October
           Khalid Ibrahim Docket, October 22, 1998 http://cryptome.org/jya/ki102298.htm
1998
30 October Mamdouh Mahmud Salim Docket
                                                    http://cryptome.org/jya/mms101598.htm
1998       October 15, 1998
30 October New York Times:U.S. Ex-Sergeant          http://www.nytimes.com/library/world/
1998        Charged as bin Laden Accomplice         africa/103098terrorist-indict.html
            (Ali Mohamed)
30 October New York Times Archive on U.S.           http://www.nytimes.com/library/world/
1998       Offensive Against Terrorism              africa/index-us-attack-terror.html
30 October New York Times Archive on Embassy        http://www.nytimes.com/library/world/
1998       Bombings                                 africa/index-east-africa-bomb.html
26 October
           Wadih el Hage Docket, October 16, 1998 http://cryptome.org/jya/weh101698.htm
1998
           New Indictment of El Hage, Abdullah
25 October
           Mohammed, Odeh and Al-'Owhali,           http://cryptome.org/jya/usa-v-hage+3.htm
1998
           October 7, 1998
2 October   Mamdouh Mahmud Salim Docket
                                                    http://cryptome.org/jya/mms100298.htm
1998        October 2, 1998
            Mohamed Sadeek Odeh and Mohamed
2 October                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/mso-
            Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali Docket,
1998                                                mra100198.htm
            October 1, 1998
2 October
            Wadih el Hage Docket, October 1, 1998   http://cryptome.org/jya/weh100198.htm
1998
29
          Odeh and Al-'Owhali Indictment,           http://cryptome.org/jya/usa-v-mso-
September
          September 28, 1998                        mra.htm
1998
29
          News: Odeh and Al-'Owhali Indicted,       http://cnn.com/US/9809/29/bombings.
September
          September 29, 1998                        africa.ap/index.html
1998
28
          Wadih el Hage Dockets, September 26,
September                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/weh092698.htm
          1998
1998
24
          Wadih el Hage News, September 24,
September                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/weh092498.htm
          1998
1998
24
September Al Qaeda News, September 24, 1998         http://cryptome.org/jya/alq092498.htm
1998
                                                    http://www.nytimes.com/library/world/
24                                                  africa/index-us-attack-terror.html
          The New York Times: U.S. Offensive
September
          Against Terrorism, September 24, 1998
1998                                                Note: See latest New York Times
                                                    stories at this site
24          Wadih el Hage Dockets, September 23,    http://cryptome.org/jya/weh092398.htm
September 1998
1998
24
          Mohamed Sadeek Odeh Docket,
September                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/mso092398.htm
          September 23, 1998
1998
24
          Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
September                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/mra092398.htm
          Docket, September 23, 1998
1998
22
          USA v. Wadih el Hage Indictment,
September                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/usa-v-elhage.htm
          September 22, 1998
1998
22
          Wadih el Hage News, September 22,
September                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/weh092298.htm
          1998
1998
21
          USA Complaints Against El Hage, Fazil
September                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/usa-v-qaeda.htm
          and Odeh, September 21, 1998
1998
20
          Haroun Fazil Docket, September 18,
September                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/hf091898.htm
          1998
1998
20
          Haroun Fazil and Wadih el Hage News,
September                                           http://cryptome.org/jya/fazil-el-hage.htm
          September 18, 1998
1998
17
          FBI Press Release on Haroun Fazil,
September                                           http://www.fbi.gov/fo/nyfo/9171998.htm
          September 17, 1998
1998
28 August FBI Press Release on Mohamed Sadeek
                                                    http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/odeh.htm
1998      Odeh, August 28, 1998
27 August FBI Press Release on Mohamed Rashed
                                                    http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/africaco.htm
1998      Daoud Al-'Owhali, August 25, 1998
25 August Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                                                    http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/rashed.pdf
1998      Complaint, August 25, 1998
http://cryptome.org/jya/alqfiles.htm




28 November 2001. Thanks to BW.
Source: Purchased from the archives of the New York Times.

See related files: http://jya.com/alqfiles.htm
The New York Times

December 1, 1998, Tuesday


THE MASKING OF A MILITANT: A special report.; A
Soldier's Shadowy Trail In U.S. and in the Mideast
By BENJAMIN WEISER and JAMES RISEN

In mid-1984, a former Egyptian Army officer with an engaging manner and a gift for languages
approached the Central Intelligence Agency in Egypt with what seemed an intriguing offer: He
volunteered to be a spy.

The agency tried him out, but the Egyptian flunked. He had made contact in Germany with a
branch of Hezbollah, the Middle Eastern terrorist group, and told its members that he was
working with the C.I.A., a betrayal the agency quickly discovered.

Soon after, C.I.A. officials branded him untrustworthy and cut off further dealings with him,
suspecting that he wanted to help the terrorists spy on Americans, United States officials said.

The agency discovered the next year that the former officer, Ali A. Mohamed, was trying to
enter the United States, and it put his name on a State Department "watch list" intended to
prevent terrorists and other security threats from getting visas, an American official said.

When Mr. Mohamed evaded this precaution and persuaded an American Embassy official to
give him a visa, the C.I.A. issued a second warning to other Federal agencies that a suspect
character might be traveling to the United States.

The warnings were not heeded. Mr. Mohamed emigrated to the United States and in the next
decade cultivated a range of useful relationships with the American Government. He enlisted in
the American Army and served with one of its most elite units. Then, in the early 1990's, he
became a cooperating witness for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Today, he is imprisoned in a high-security cell in lower Manhattan, on suspicion of conspiring
with Osama bin Laden, the Saudi exile suspected of masterminding a series of anti-American
terrorist acts, including the August bombings of two American embassies in East Africa.
Prosecutors filed the charges against him in secret, and law enforcement officials have declined
to discuss the specifics of the charges, even though its existence was disclosed last month.

Because of the secrecy in the case, it was not possible to learn whether Mr. Mohamed has
contested the charges or pleaded guilty. His lawyer, James Roth, refused to comment.
The story of Mr. Mohamed's dealings with the United States, based on interviews with
associates, Government officials and former Army officers, suggests that he was inexorably
drawn to intrigue and the shadowy gambits of espionage. Along the way, several officials said,
the American authorities missed opportunities to grasp the depth of his allegiance to the cause of
Islamic extremism.

United States officials said Mr. Mohamed forged ties with Mr. bin Laden as early as 1991. He
was adept at obtaining false documents for Mr. bin Laden's organization, the officials said, and
assisted with logistical tasks, like Mr. bin Laden's 1991 move from Afghanistan to the Sudan.

The State Department granted him a visa to enter the United States in 1985, only a year after the
C.I.A. severed ties with him. State Department officials, reached late in the day yesterday, were
unable to confirm or deny the circumstances surrounding Mr. Mohamed's entry into the United
States.

While serving in the Army as a supply sergeant assigned to Special Forces, his aggressive
support for Islamic causes and open curiosity about intelligence matters raised eyebrows among
colleagues.

In the most notable of those incidents, Mr. Mohamed took a few weeks' leave from the Army
base at Fort Bragg, N. C., and told friends that he planned to join the mujahedeen rebel forces in
Afghanistan and "kill Russians."

After returning, he boasted of his combat exploits to colleagues at the Army's Special Warfare
School, prompting two of his supervisors to file reports with Army officials at Fort Bragg and
with Army intelligence.

An Army official, citing inaccessibility of the records, said last night that he could not address
how the service had investigated the reports or whether it had taken any action against Mr.
Mohamed. The official added that because the matter had entered the court system, comment
would be inappropriate. American officials now believe that he did fight with the Afghan rebels.

A year later, shortly before he was honorably discharged from the Army, Mr. Mohamed began
traveling to the New York City area and training a circle of Islamic militants in basic military
techniques. Members of the group, which was centered in Brooklyn, were later convicted of
plotting a series of terrorist attacks in New York, including the 1993 bombing of the World
Trade Center.

By the early 1990's, Mr. Mohamed was fully enmeshed in a dual life. He was simultaneously
collaborating with Mr. bin Laden's organization and talking regularly with Federal agents about
the Saudi exile and other issues, officials said.

His story, American officials say, is a modern espionage parable in which Mr. Mohamed was
trying to manipulate American investigators even as they were using him to gain a window into
the activities of Mr. bin Laden.
Mr. Mohamed's arrest surprised some, but not all those who have known him in the United
States.

"He told me on several occasions that he would never betray the United States, as far as breaking
United States law or trying to undermine the Government," said Lieut. Col. Steven L. Neely,
former director of Middle East studies at the Army's Special Warfare School at Fort Bragg. "He
was in many, many ways as loyal a soldier as you'd find coming off the farm in the Carolinas or
out of New York City."

Another United States official familiar with his career disagreed, saying his loyalty to America
was always less important than his devotion to Islamic fundamentalism. "You could sit and have
lunch with him, and he'd be as nice as pie. But if the call came in to blow you up, there is no
question in my mind that Ali would blow you up."

In Egyptian Army
Strong Sympathy For Sadat's Killers

Mr. Mohamed was born in Egypt in 1952, and quickly gravitated toward a military career. After
graduating from high school in 1970, he enrolled in a Cairo military academy and then joined
Egypt's Army.

About 10 years later, he made his first visit to the United States when he was sent to Fort Bragg
for training by American soldiers. United States intelligence officers often use such programs to
spot possible recruits, but Administration officials say the C.I.A. did not approach Mr.
Mohamed.

American officials say his duties with the Egyptian Army included recruitment of informants for
his country's intelligence service.

His later years in the military coincided with a time of great turmoil in his native land.

The 1981 assassination of President Anwar el-Sadat by Islamic radicals in the Egyptian military
was followed by brutal crackdowns on local extremists and their followers. Among the targets
were Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, the blind cleric who eventually emigrated to Brooklyn, where
he was convicted of conspiring to blow up the United Nations and other New York landmarks.

Mr. Mohamed later confided to friends in the United States Army that he was deeply upset by
the Egyptian Government's hard-line stand, and that he felt aligned with the Islamic radicals who
carried out the assassination of Mr. Sadat.

One of his superiors, Lieut. Col. Robert C. Anderson, recalled a disagreement he had with Mr.
Mohamed about the legacy of Mr. Sadat, an American ally who was killed after signing an
historic peace agreement with Israel.

"I said to him, 'Anwar Sadat was a true patriot, and he gave his life,' " Colonel Anderson
recalled. "And he said, 'Anwar Sadat was a traitor and had to go.' "
The Egyptian Army, Mr. Mohamed would later tell his American friends, was hostile to devout
Muslims. In March of 1984, having attained the rank of major, he left the army, according to
what he told the American military.

According to Government officials, it was in roughly this period that Mr. Mohamed made his
first overture to Egypt-based officers of the C.I.A.

The offer was tentatively accepted by the agency, which was gearing up for a global war against
terrorists. The bombings of the American Embassy and Marine barracks in Lebanon in 1983 put
pressure on the agency to recruit more agents in the Middle East.

Those demands were stepped up in March 1984, when terrorists linked to the Iranian-backed
Hezbollah kidnapped William F. Buckley, the C.I.A. station chief in Beirut.

After the C.I.A. agreed to work with him, Mr. Mohamed made contact with a group of Hezbollah
adherents in Germany, according to American officials.

Within weeks, the agency learned that Mr. Mohamed had taken that opportunity to reveal to the
terrorists that he was working for the C.I.A.

It is not known whether Mr. Mohamed set out to be a double agent on his own, or whether he
was at this point acting under the influence or instructions of an Islamic group. The C.I.A.,
however, decided to have nothing more to do with him.

United States officials now say Mr. Mohamed knew he had been cut off by the agency, which
never gave him a reason. After he came to the United States, he told friends that he had worked
with the C.I.A. in Germany and hoped to do so again.

In American Army
Taking a Leave With the Afghans

After leaving the Egyptian Army, Mr. Mohamed went to work briefly for EgyptAir as a security
adviser. Then, for reasons that remain somewhat unclear, he decided to emigrate to the United
States. Explaining the decision later at Fort Bragg, he told other soldiers that he had come to this
country for its religious freedom.

In 1985, the C.I.A. learned that he was trying to obtain a visa, and it put his name on the State
Department list of people who should be kept out of the country. American officials overseas
have extensive authority to reject visa applications, particularly if security concerns are raised.

Mr. Mohamed got his visa, and when the C.I.A. found out, it sent a second warning to Federal
agencies about the possible security threat, American officials said.

Mr. Mohamed arrived in New York on Sept. 6, 1985, and eventually settled in California.
A year later, he enlisted in the American Army, and was assigned to the Special Operations
Command at Fort Bragg, where the Army trains its Special Forces. The base is also home to the
elite anti-terrorist commando unit known as the Delta Force.

Although Mr. Mohamed was not a member of the Special Forces, the powerfully built Egyptian
worked as a company supply sergeant, trained as a paratrooper, and received high grades for his
abilities.

"You have separated yourself from your peers, and I have taken notice," Capt. Brian R. Layer
wrote in a December 1987 commendation letter praising Mr. Mohamed's performance on a
physical readiness test.

Fellow soldiers recall Mr. Mohamed as a rigorous and dedicated soldier who seemed eager to
learn and who joked about having gone from being a major in the Egyptian Army to a "lowly
sergeant" at Fort Bragg.

Fluent in Hebrew, French and English, as well as Arabic, he would assist other soldiers in
translations, friends there said. He went for long runs and listened to the Koran on his Walkman.

There were signs that Mr. Mohamed was no ordinary immigrant soldier.

In 1988, he told his colleagues of his plans to take several weeks of leave and fight in
Afghanistan against the Soviet forces. It was an audacious proposal for an active-duty Army
soldier.

American intelligence agencies were in the midst of a multibillion-dollar program to aid the
Afghan rebels, and the C.I.A. had taken considerable pains to conceal the American role. The
capture or death of an American serviceman in Afghanistan would have been a major
international embarrassment to the United States.

Mr. Mohamed's superior, Colonel Anderson, said he told him not to make the trip. But Mr.
Mohamed replied that he planned to circumvent the Army's restrictions by flying to Paris on his
American passport and then using other documents to travel from the Middle East to
Afghanistan.

Colonel Anderson said he and another officer had written a detailed intelligence report to their
military superiors, but heard nothing.

About a month later, Mr. Mohamed returned, bringing with him what he said was war booty.
Colonel Anderson said he had shown him two belts purportedly taken from Soviet special forces
soldiers he had killed in an ambush.

Although American officials are convinced that Mr. Mohamed fought with the rebels, there is no
specific evidence that he killed Russian soldiers. Such belts were widely available in local
bazaars.
Colonel Anderson and his colleague were deeply troubled by his statements, and they wrote
another intelligence report that provided further details about what Mr. Mohamed had told them
about his time in Afghanistan.

The other officer said he had no doubt Mr. Mohamed had fought with the rebels. "He had
probably lost 20, 25 pounds," the officer said, "which indicated to me that he had done
something fairly strenuous."

The officer, like others interviewed for this article, spoke on the condition of anonymity, citing
the allegations of terrorism in the case and other security concerns.

Mr. Mohamed made no secret of his trip, and even boasted of his dealings with Afghan rebel
leaders. He thanked another officer, Capt. Michael W. Asimos, for providing him with some
unclassified maps of Afghanistan before he left.

"I remember Ali coming back at some point in 1988," Captain Asimos recalled, "and telling me
how much Ahmad Shah Massoud was pleased that I took him some maps." Mr. Massoud led one
of the mujahedeen groups fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan.

It is not known whether Mr. Mohamed had a relationship with any terrorist organization while in
the Army. In retrospect, some of his colleagues say, he had an unusual interest in classified
matters.

Captain Asimos ran a classified war game at Fort Bragg in 1988 that involved military and
intelligence officers from all over the country. He said he had told participants to be careful of
what they said in front of Mr. Mohamed, who they said did not hold a security clearance.

"I can specifically remember Ali coming down and saying I want to be involved in this, I want to
help, I have a great deal of knowledge here," Captain Asimos recalled.

Toward the end of his service in the Army, Mr. Mohamed asked to be introduced to the C.I.A.'s
representative at Fort Bragg, a former Army officer said.

The Army officer, unaware that Mr. Mohamed already had a history with the agency, recalls
telling the C.I.A. official that Mr. Mohamed "has this burning desire to be utilized as an
intelligence operative, and you're the logical guy to look at him."

The meeting lasted about an hour, the Army officer recalled. Afterward, he said, the C.I.A.
official joked that Mr. Mohamed might already be a "spook," using the slang term for a foreign
espionage agent.

"I just kind of laughed," the officer said. "How ridiculous that this guy could possibly be a spook
matriculating in this sort of bastion of special operations activity."

With Militants
Shuttling From U.S. And the Mideast
In 1989, officers at Fort Bragg cast Mr. Mohamed as the star of a series of training videotapes
intended to give soldiers a taste of how Islamic radicals view the world.

On one tape, he says of Israel, "From the Islamic perspective, nobody can recognize Israel has
the right to live, because Israel stole an Islamic territory."

"We do not accept no peace," he adds. "No international conference. Nothing. No compromise."

That same year, Mr. Mohamed apparently began working more closely with Islamic extremists
in the United States.

He disappeared from Fort Bragg on weekends, traveled to the New York area and offered
military training to several militants associated with a refugee center in Brooklyn. He often
stayed with El Sayyid A. Nosair, the Egyptian immigrant convicted of killing Rabbi Meir
Kahane, the founder of the Jewish Defense League, in 1990.

Prosecutors now assert that the refugee center was the principal base in the United States for Mr.
bin Laden's group, Al Qaeda.

Mr. Mohamed met the local Muslims at an apartment in Jersey City, and taught them survival
techniques, map reading and how to recognize tanks and other Soviet weapons, according to
testimony by one of his students at Mr. Nosair's 1995 Federal trial.

Mr. Mohamed left the Army in November 1989, obtained his United States citizenship, and
spent the next few years shuttling between New York, California, Afghanistan and the Middle
East.

It is not known when he first met Mr. bin Laden. According to American officials, however, at
some point in 1991 the Saudi exile asked him to help with a crucial task: moving his base of
operations from Afghanistan to the Sudan.

American officials said this was a complex operation, involving the transfer through several
countries of Mr. bin Laden and at least two dozen of his associates. At the same time, Mr.
Mohamed frequented mosques in the United States, and American officials now suspect that he
was recruiting operatives for Mr. bin Laden.

For Bin Laden
Complicated Dance With the F.B.I.

In the fall of 1992, Mr. Mohamed returned to fight in Afghanistan, training rebel commanders in
military tactics, United States officials said.

At the same time, the officials said, a series of bizarre incidents brought him to the attention of
the F.B.I. In 1992, Mr. Mohamed was detained by the authorities at the Rome airport whose
suspicions were piqued by his luggage, which had false compartments.
He assured interrogators that he was on their side in the war on terrorism, and claimed he was
involved in security for the Summer Olympics in Spain, officials said.

The next year, he was stopped by the border authorities in Canada, while traveling in the
company of a suspected associate of Mr. bin Laden's who was trying to enter the United States
using false documents.

Soon after, Mr. Mohamed was questioned by the F.B.I., which had learned of his ties to Mr. bin
Laden. Apparently in an attempt to fend off the investigators, Mr. Mohamed offered information
about a ring in California that was selling counterfeit documents to smugglers of illegal aliens.

Thus began a complicated dance. In the next few years, United States officials say, Mr.
Mohamed provided some information about his movements and about Mr. bin Laden, who was
becoming a focus of a New York-based inquiry touched off by the 1993 bombing of the World
Trade Center and other plots.

The Government tracked his movements and phone calls, officials said, as they assembled
evidence that suggested that Mr. bin Laden was a far more important figure in international
terrorism than had previously been understood.

Shortly after bombs exploded outside the American Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania last
August, killing more than 200 people and wounding more than 1,000, Federal prosecutors in
Manhattan subpoenaed Mr. Mohamed to testify before a grand jury.

He flew to New York in September, made his appearance, and was arrested.

Copyright 2001 The New York Times Company




11 November 2001

See related trial transcripts:

  http://cryptome.org/usa-v-ubl-dt.htm

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PACER session date: Sunday November 11, 2001 06:30:28 PM EST


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm                            Page 1

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                                 PRIOR
                                                            APPEAL PRIOR
                       U.S. District Court
  Southern District of New York - Civil Database (Foley Square)

           CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 98-CR-1023-ALL

USA v. Hage, et al                                                  Filed: 09/21/98

Other Dkt # 1:98-m -02140
Other Dkt # 1:98-m -02166

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

WADIH EL HAGE (1)                   Bruce McIntyre
aka                                  [term 03/15/99]
"Abdus Sabbur,"                     [COR LD NTC cja]
     defendant                      361 Broadway
 [term 10/22/01]                    Suite 510
                                    New York, NY 10013
                                    (212) 219-3100

                                    Sam A Schmidt
                                     [term 10/22/01]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                     Barocas & Schmidt
                                    111 Broadway
                                    New York, NY 10006
                                    (212) 346-4666

                                    Sam A. Schmidt
                                     [term 10/22/01]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                     Barocas & Schmidt, P.C.
                                    111 Broadway
                                    13th Fl.
                                    New York, NY 10006
                                    (212) 346-4666

                                    Joshua L. Dratel
                                     [term 10/22/01]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    Joshua L. Dratel, P.C.
                                    14 Wall Street
                                    28th Floor
                                    New York, NY 10005
                                    (212) 732-0707



Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm                     Page 2

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                         PRIOR


Pending Counts:                              Disposition
18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL    The defendant is hereby
A U.S. CITIZEN                   committed to the custody of the
(1sssssss)                       United States Bureau of Prisons
                                 to be imprisoned for a
                                 total of LIFE IMPRISONMENT on
                                 counts 1 and 3; TWENTY (20)
                                 YEARS on count 5, to run
                                 concurrently with counts 1 and
                                 3;   FIVE (5) YEARS on counts
                                 287,288,289 and 291 thru 305 to
                                 run concurrently with each
                                 other and concurrently to
                                 counts 1,3 and 5. Upon release
                                 from imprisonment, the
                                 defendant     shall be on
                                 supervised release for a term
                                 of FIVE (5) YEARS on counts 1
                                 and 3, and THREE (3) YEARS on
                                 counts 5,287,288, 289 and
                                 counts 291 thru 305. All terms
                                 to run concurrently    with each
                                 other. The defendant shall pay
                                 a restitution in    the amount
                                 of $33,816,561.75.
                                 (1sssssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN          The defendant is hereby
SPECIAL MARITIME OR              committed to the custody of the
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION    United States Bureau of Prisons
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and      to be imprisoned for a
117.                (3sssssss)   total of LIFE IMPRISONMENT on
                                 counts 1 and 3; TWENTY (20)
                                 YEARS on count 5, to run
                                 concurrently with counts 1 and
                                 3;   FIVE (5) YEARS on counts
                                 287,288,289 and 291 thru 305 to
                                 run concurrently with each
                                 other and concurrently to
                                 counts 1,3 and 5. Upon release
                                 from imprisonment, the
                                 defendant     shall be on
                                 supervised release for a term
                                 of FIVE (5) YEARS on counts 1
                                 and 3, and THREE (3) YEARS on
                                 counts 5,287,288, 289 and
                                 counts 291 thru 305. All terms
                                 to run concurrently    with each
                                 other. The defendant shall pay
                                 a restitution in    the amount
                                 of $33,816,561.75.
                                 (3sssssss)


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18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES        The defendant is hereby
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18      committed to the custody of the
USC 844(n).                         United States Bureau of Prisons
(5sssssss)                          to be imprisoned for a
                                    total of LIFE IMPRISONMENT on
                                    counts 1 and 3; TWENTY (20)
                                    YEARS on count 5, to run
                                    concurrently with counts 1 and
                                    3;   FIVE (5) YEARS on counts
                                    287,288,289 and 291 thru 305 to
                                    run concurrently with each
                                    other and concurrently to
                                    counts 1,3 and 5. Upon release
                                    from imprisonment, the
                                    defendant     shall be on
                                    supervised release for a term
                                    of FIVE (5) YEARS on counts 1
                                    and 3, and THREE (3) YEARS on
                                    counts 5,287,288, 289 and
                                    counts 291 thru 305. All terms
                                    to run concurrently    with each
                                    other. The defendant shall pay
                                    a restitution in    the amount
                                    of $33,816,561.75.
                                    (5sssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        The defendant is hereby
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             committed to the custody of the
(287sssssss - 289sssssss)           United States Bureau of Prisons
                                    to be imprisoned for a
                                    total of LIFE IMPRISONMENT on
                                    counts 1 and 3; TWENTY (20)
                                    YEARS on count 5, to run
                                    concurrently with counts 1 and
                                    3;   FIVE (5) YEARS on counts
                                    287,288,289 and 291 thru 305 to
                                    run concurrently with each
                                    other and concurrently to
                                    counts 1,3 and 5. Upon release
                                    from imprisonment, the
                                    defendant     shall be on
                                    supervised release for a term
                                    of FIVE (5) YEARS on counts 1
                                    and 3, and THREE (3) YEARS on
                                    counts 5,287,288, 289 and
                                    counts 291 thru 305. All terms
                                    to run concurrently    with each
                                    other. The defendant shall pay
                                    a restitution in    the amount
                                    of $33,816,561.75.
                                    (287sssssss - 289sssssss)
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18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        The defendant is hereby
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             committed to the custody of the
(291sssssss - 305sssssss)           United States Bureau of Prisons
                                    to be imprisoned for a
                                    total of LIFE IMPRISONMENT on
                                    counts 1 and 3; TWENTY (20)
                                    YEARS on count 5, to run
                                    concurrently with counts 1 and
                                    3;   FIVE (5) YEARS on counts
                                    287,288,289 and 291 thru 305 to
                                    run concurrently with each
                                    other and concurrently to
                                    counts 1,3 and 5. Upon release
                                    from imprisonment, the
                                    defendant     shall be on
                                    supervised release for a term
                                    of FIVE (5) YEARS on counts 1
                                    and 3, and THREE (3) YEARS on
                                    counts 5,287,288, 289 and
                                    counts 291 thru 305. All terms
                                    to run concurrently    with each
                                    other. The defendant shall pay
                                    a restitution in    the amount
                                    of $33,816,561.75.
                                    (291sssssss - 305sssssss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:                         Disposition

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        All Open Counts of Indictments'
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             are dismissed on the motion of
(PERJURY)                           the United States.
(1 - 8)                             (1 - 8)

18:2332(b),(d) CONSPIRACY TO        All Open Counts of Indictments'
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               are dismissed on the motion of
(1s)                                the United States.
                                    (1s)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO            All Open Counts of Indictments'
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               are dismissed on the motion of
(1ss)                               the United States.
                                    (1ss)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO            All Open Counts of Indictments'
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               are dismissed on the motion of
(1sss)                              the United States.
                                    (1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All Open Counts of Indictments'
A U.S. CITIZEN                      are dismissed on the motion of


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(1ssss)                             the United States.
                                    (1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All Open Counts of Indictments'
A U.S. CITIZEN                      are dismissed on the motion of
(1sssss)                            the United States.
                                    (1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All Open Counts of Indictments'
A U.S. CITIZEN                      are dismissed on the motion of
(1ssssss)                           the United States.
                                    (1ssssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All Open Counts of Indictments'
A U.S. CITIZEN                      are dismissed on the motion of
(1ssssssss)                         the United States.
                                    (1ssssssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE       All Open Counts of Indictments'
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN                 are dismissed on the motion of
GOVERNMENT - 18 USC 956(a)(1)       the United States.
& (a)(2)(A)                         (2ssssss)
(2ssssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE       All Open Counts of Indictments'
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN                 are dismissed on the motion of
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC           the United States.
956(a)(1) and (a)(2)(A).            (2sssssss)
(2sssssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE       All Open Counts of Indictments'
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN                 are dismissed on the motion of
GOVERNMENT                          the United States.
(2ssssssss)                         (2ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts of Indictments'
- 18 USC Sections 1111,             are dismissed on the motion of
1114, 1116 & 1117                   the United States.
(3ssssss)                           (3ssssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF             All Open Counts of Indictments'
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.      are dismissed on the motion of
(3ssssssss)                         the United States.
                                    (3ssssssss)
18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts of Indictments'
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC           are dismissed on the motion of
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)        the United States.
(4ssssss)                           (4ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts of Indictments'
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         are dismissed on the motion of
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and         the United States.
(a)(3).                             (4ssssssss)


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(4ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts of Indictments'
RESULTS - 18 USC Section            are dismissed on the motion of
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)           the United States.
(5ssssss)                           (5ssssss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR             All Open Counts of Indictments'
18:842A-I                           are dismissed on the motion of
(5ssssssss)                         the United States.
                                    (5ssssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All Open Counts of Indictments'
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        are dismissed on the motion of
18    USC Section 2155(a) &         the United States.
(b)                                 (6ssssss)
(6ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All Open Counts of Indictments'
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        are dismissed on the motion of
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).       the United States.
(6sssssss)                          (6sssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All Open Counts of Indictments'
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS          are dismissed on the motion of
(6ssssssss)                         the United States.
                                    (6ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts of Indictments'
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              are dismissed on the motion of
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and       the United States.
2.                                  (7ssssssss)
(7ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts of Indictments'
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              are dismissed on the motion of
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and       the United States.
2.                                  (8ssssssss)
(8ssssssss)
18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All Open Counts of Indictments'
ENTRIES GENERALLY (FALSE            are dismissed on the motion of
STATEMENTS)                         the United States.
(9 - 11)                            (9 - 11)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts of Indictments'
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         are dismissed on the motion of
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)      the United States.
and 2.                              (9ssssssss)
(9ssssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts of Indictments'
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         are dismissed on the motion of
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),           the United States.


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(a)(3) and 2.                       (10ssssssss)
(10ssssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All Open Counts of Indictments'
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       are dismissed on the motion of
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),        the United States.
1111 and 2.                         (11ssssssss - 223ssssssss)
(11ssssssss - 223ssssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All Open Counts of Indictments'
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       are dismissed on the motion of
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),        the United States.
1111 and 2.                         (224ssssssss - 234ssssssss)
(224ssssssss - 234ssssssss)

18:1623 PERJURY BEFORE FEDERAL      All Open Counts of Indictments'
GRAND JURIES                        are dismissed on the motion of
(228s - 235s)                       the United States.
                                    (228s - 235s)

18:1623 PERJURY                     All Open Counts of Indictments'
(228ss - 235ss)                     are dismissed on the motion of
                                    the United States.
                                    (228ss - 235ss)

18:1623 PERJURY                     All Open Counts of Indictments'
(228sss - 235sss)                   are dismissed on the motion of
                                    the United States.
                                    (228sss - 235sss)

18:1623.F PERJURY                   All Open Counts of Indictments'
(228ssss - 235ssss)                 are dismissed on the motion of
                                    the United States.
                                    (228ssss - 235ssss)
18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        All Open Counts of Indictments'
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             are dismissed on the motion of
(228sssss - 235sssss)               the United States.
                                    (228sssss - 235sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts of Indictments'
- Title 18 USC Sections             are dismissed on the motion of
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the United States.
(235ssssssss - 275ssssssss)         (235ssssssss - 275ssssssss)

18:1001 FALSE STATEMENTS            All Open Counts of Indictments'
(236s - 238s)                       are dismissed on the motion of
                                    the United States.
                                    (236s - 238s)

18:1001 FALSE STATEMENTS            All Open Counts of Indictments'
(236ss - 238ss)                     are dismissed on the motion of
                                    the United States.
                                    (236ss - 238ss)


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18:1001 FALSE STATEMENTS            All Open Counts of Indictments'
(236sss - 238sss)                   are dismissed on the motion of
                                    the United States.
                                    (236sss - 238sss)

18:1001.F FALSE STATEMENTS          All Open Counts of Indictments'
(236ssss - 238ssss)                 are dismissed on the motion of
                                    the United States.
                                    (236ssss - 238ssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All Open Counts of Indictments'
ENTRIES GENERALLY                   are dismissed on the motion of
(236sssss)                          the United States.
                                    (236sssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All Open Counts of Indictments'
ENTRIES GENERALLY                   are dismissed on the motion of
(237sssss)                          the United States.
                                    (237sssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All Open Counts of Indictments'
ENTRIES GENERALLY                   are dismissed on the motion of
(238sssss)                          the United States.
                                    (238sssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        All Open Counts of Indictments'
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             are dismissed on the motion of
(245ssssss - 264ssssss)             the United States.
                                    (245ssssss - 264ssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All Open Counts of Indictments'
ENTRIES GENERALLY                   are dismissed on the motion of
(265ssssss - 267ssssss)             the United States.
                                    (265ssssss - 267ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts of Indictments'
- Title 18 USC Sections             are dismissed on the motion of
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the United States.
(276ssssssss)                       (276ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts of Indictments'
- Title 18 USC Sections             are dismissed on the motion of
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the United States.
(277ssssssss - 278ssssssss)         (277ssssssss - 278ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts of Indictments'
- Title 18 USC Sections             are dismissed on the motion of
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the United States.
(279ssssssss)                       (279ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts of Indictments'
- Title 18 USC Sections             are dismissed on the motion of
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the United States.


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(280ssssssss - 281ssssssss)         (280ssssssss - 281ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts of Indictments'
- Title 18 USC Sections             are dismissed on the motion of
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the United States.
(282ssssssss)                       (282ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts of Indictments'
- Title 18 USC Sections             are dismissed on the motion of
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the United States.
(283ssssssss)                       (283ssssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All Open Counts of Indictments'
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title        are dismissed on the motion of
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),          the United States.
844(h)(2) and 2.                    (284ssssssss)
(284ssssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All Open Counts of Indictments'
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           are dismissed on the motion of
Title 18 USC      Section           the United States.
924(c) and 2.                       (285ssssssss)
(285ssssssss)
18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All Open Counts of Indictments'
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           are dismissed on the motion of
Title 18 USC      Section           the United States.
924(c) and 2.                       (286ssssssss)
(286ssssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        All Open Counts of Indictments'
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             are dismissed on the motion of
(287ssssssss - 305ssssssss)         the United States.
                                    (287ssssssss - 305ssssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        All Open Counts of Indictments'
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             are dismissed on the motion of
(290sssssss)                        the United States.
                                    (290sssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All Open Counts of Indictments'
ENTRIES GENERALLY                   are dismissed on the motion of
(306sssssss - 308sssssss)           the United States.
                                    (306sssssss - 308sssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All Open Counts of Indictments'
ENTRIES GENERALLY                   are dismissed on the motion of
(306ssssssss - 308ssssssss)         the United States.
                                    (306ssssssss - 308ssssssss)


Offense Level (disposition): 4




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Complaints                                  Disposition

18 U.S.C. 1001: FALSE
STATEMENTS.
[ 1:98-m -2166 ]



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Case Assigned to:   Judge Leonard B. Sand

FAZUL ABDULLAH MOHAMMED (2)
aka
Harun Fazhl
aka
Fazhl Abdullah
aka
Fazhl Khan
     defendant


Pending Counts:                          Disposition

18:2332(b)(d) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssssss)



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18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sssssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Section 2332(b).
(1ssssssss)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING AT U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)
18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2s - 3s)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2ss - 3ss)

18:844F.F MURDER DURINGBOMBING
OF U.S. PROPERTY
(2sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(2ssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2ssssssss)

18:844F.F MURDER DURING
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY
(3sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(3ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Sections 1111,
1114, 1116 & 1117
(3sssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION


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- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3ssssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3sssssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116
and 1117.
(3ssssssss)

18:930(c),2 MURDER
(4 - 227)

18:930(c),2   MURDER
(4s - 227s)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(4ss - 216ss)

18:930.F MURDER
(4sss - 216sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(4ssss - 216ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)
(5sssss)



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18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5ssssss)
18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5ssssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18    USC Section 2155(a) &
(b)
(6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6sssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2
(7sssss - 8sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7ssssssss)


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18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(8ssssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(9sssss - 10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9ssssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(10ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),
(a)(3) and 2.
(10ssssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &
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2
(11sssss - 233sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11sssssss - 223sssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11ssssssss - 223ssssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(217ss - 227ss)

18:930.F MURDER
(217sss - 227sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(217ssss - 227ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224sssssss - 234sssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(224ssssssss - 234ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111
& 2
(234sssss - 235sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)


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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235sssssss - 275sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235ssssssss - 275ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
& 2
(236sssss - 237sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116
& 2
(238sssss - 239sssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2
(240sssss - 241sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &
2
(242sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18
USC Section   924(c) & 2
(243sssss - 244sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(276ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(276ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277ssssss - 278ssssss)



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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277sssssss - 279sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(277ssssssss - 278ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(279ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280ssssss - 281ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280sssssss - 282sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280ssssssss - 281ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(282ssssssss)
18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(283ssssssss)



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18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284ssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284sssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284ssssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285sssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(285ssssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(286ssssss)
18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286sssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(286ssssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287ssssssss - 305ssssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306ssssssss - 308ssssssss)



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Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

MOHAMED SADEEK ODEH (3)             Anthony L. Ricco
aka                                  [term 10/24/01]
Abu Moath                           [COR LD NTC]
aka                                 20 Vesey Street
Noureldine                          Suite 400
aka                                 New York, NY 10007
"Marwan"                            (212) 791-3919
aka
Hydar                               Michael R. Young
      defendant                      [term 06/02/00]
 [term 10/24/01]                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    165 Christopher Street
                                    New York, NY 10014
                                    (212) 242-4336

                                    Carl J. Herman
                                     [term 10/24/01]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    570 West Mt Pleasant Avenue
                                    Suite 101
                                    Livingston, NJ 07039

                                    Anthony L. Ricco
                                     [term 10/24/01]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    475 Park Avenue South
                                    NY, NY 10016
                                    212-779-3275

                                    Edward D. Wilford
                                     [term 10/24/01]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    20 Vesey Street
                                    New York, NY 10007
                                    (212) 528-2741


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Pending Counts:                            Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
A U.S. CITIZEN                      on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
(1ssssss)                           thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
                                    281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count       284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.          (1ssssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN             Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
SPECIAL MARITIME OR                 on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION       thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and         281,282, to be followed by a
117.                (3ssssss)       mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count       284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.          (3ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).         thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
(4ssssss)                           281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be


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                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count       284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.          (4ssssss)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES        Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18      on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
USC 844(n).                         thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
(5ssssss)                           281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served    consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised     Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235     thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count      284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.         (5ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.            thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
(7ssssss)                           281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count       284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.          (7ssssss)



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18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).         thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
(9ssssss)                           281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count       284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.          (9ssssss)
18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and       thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
2.                                  281,282, to be followed by a
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)              mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count       284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.          (11ssssss -
                                    223ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
and 2.                              thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)             281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60


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                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235     thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count      284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.         (235ssssss
                                    - 275ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
and 2.                              thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
(276ssssss)                         281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count       284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.          (276ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116           on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
and 2.                              thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
(280ssssss - 281ssssss)             281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count       284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.          (280ssssss
                                    - 281ssssss)



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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116           on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
and 2.                              thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
(282ssssss)                         281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count      284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.         (282ssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title        on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)         thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
and 2.                              281,282, to be followed by a
(284ssssss)                         mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911
                                    thru 223, 235      thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count       284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.          (284ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   Imprisonment: Life imprisonment
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.     thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,
(285ssssss)                         281,282, to be followed by a
                                    mandatory 10 years imprisonment
                                    on count 284 to be served
                                    consecutively to the above
                                    referenced counts, followed by
                                    a mandatory 30 years
                                    imprisonment on count 285 to be
                                    served     consecutively to the
                                    above referenced counts;
                                    Supervised      Release: 60
                                    months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911


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                                    thru 223, 235     thru 275,276,
                                    280,281,282 and 285 and 36
                                    months on count      284. All
                                    counts to run concurrently with
                                    each other.         (285ssssss)


Offense Level (opening): 4
Terminated Counts:                         Disposition

18:2332(b)(d) CONSPIRACY TO         All open counts on all (S)
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               Indictments are dismissed on
(1)                                 the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO            All open counts on all (S)
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               Indictments are dismissed on
(1s)                                the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1s)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO            All open counts on all (S)
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               Indictments are dismissed on
(1ss)                               the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1sss)                              the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1ssss)                             the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1sssss)                            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1sssssss)



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18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC       Indictments are dismissed on
Section 2332(b).                    the motion of the United
(1ssssssss)                         States.
                                    (1ssssssss)
18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER        All open counts on all (S)
DURING BOMBING AT U.S.              Indictments are dismissed on
PROPERTY                            the motion of the United
(2 - 3)                             States.
                                    (2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER        All open counts on all (S)
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.              Indictments are dismissed on
PROPERTY                            the motion of the United
(2s - 3s)                           States.
                                    (2s - 3s)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER        All open counts on all (S)
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.              Indictments are dismissed on
PROPERTY                            the motion of the United
(2ss - 3ss)                         States.
                                    (2ss - 3ss)

18:844F.F MURDER DURINGBOMBING      All open counts on all (S)
OF U.S. PROPERTY                    Indictments are dismissed on
(2sss)                              the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (2sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(2ssss)                             the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (2ssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE       All open counts on all (S)
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN                 Indictments are dismissed on
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC           the motion of the United
Sections 956(a)(1) and              States.
(a)(2)(A). (2ssssssss)              (2ssssssss)

18:844F.F MURDER DURING             All open counts on all (S)
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY            Indictments are dismissed on
(3sss)                              the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (3sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(3ssss)                             the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (3ssss)



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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE   All open counts on all (S)
- 18 USC Sections 1111,          Indictments are dismissed on
1114, 1116 & 1117                the motion of the United
(3sssss)                         States.
                                 (3sssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF          All open counts on all (S)
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.   Indictments are dismissed on
(3sssssss)                       the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (3sssssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF          All open counts on all (S)
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.   Indictments are dismissed on
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116    the motion of the United
and 1117.                        States.
(3ssssssss)                      (3ssssssss)

18:930(c),2 MURDER               All open counts on all (S)
(4 - 227)                        Indictments are dismissed on
                                 the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4 - 227)

18:930(c),2   MURDER             All open counts on all (S)
(4s - 227s)                      Indictments are dismissed on
                                 the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4s - 227s)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER          All open counts on all (S)
(4ss - 216ss)                    Indictments are dismissed on
                                 the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4ss - 216ss)

18:930.F MURDER                  All open counts on all (S)
(4sss - 216sss)                  Indictments are dismissed on
                                 the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4sss - 216sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE    All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)      Indictments are dismissed on
(4ssss - 216ssss)                the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4ssss - 216ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN     All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC        Indictments are dismissed on
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)     the motion of the United
(4sssss)                         States.
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18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S.                    Indictments are dismissed on
(4sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (4sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         Indictments are dismissed on
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and         the motion of the United
(a)(3).                             States.
(4ssssssss)                         (4ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - 18 USC Section            Indictments are dismissed on
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)           the motion of the United
(5sssss)                            States.
                                    (5sssss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR             All open counts on all (S)
18:842A-I                           Indictments are dismissed on
(5sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (5sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(n).                     the motion of the United
(5ssssssss)                         States.
                                    (5ssssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All open counts on all (S)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        Indictments are dismissed on
18    USC Section 2155(a) &         the motion of the United
(b)                                 States.
(6sssss)                            (6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All open counts on all (S)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).       the motion of the United
(6ssssss)                           States.
                                    (6ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All open counts on all (S)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS          Indictments are dismissed on
(6sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (6sssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All open counts on all (S)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)        the motion of the United
and (b).                            States.
(6ssssssss)                         (6ssssssss)



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18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - 18 USC Section            Indictments are dismissed on
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2               the motion of the United
(7sssss - 8sssss)                   States.
                                    (7sssss - 8sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(7sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (7sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and       the motion of the United
2.                                  States.
(7ssssssss)                         (7ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.            the motion of the United
(8ssssss)                           States.
                                    (8ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(8sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (8sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and       the motion of the United
2.                                  States.
(8ssssssss)                         (8ssssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC           Indictments are dismissed on
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)        the motion of the United
(9sssss - 10sssss)                  States.
                                    (9sssss - 10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S.                    Indictments are dismissed on
(9sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (9sssssss)
18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         Indictments are dismissed on
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)      the motion of the United
and 2.                              States.
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18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         Indictments are dismissed on
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).         the motion of the United
(10ssssss)                          States.
                                    (10ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S.                    Indictments are dismissed on
(10sssssss)                         the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (10sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         Indictments are dismissed on
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),           the motion of the United
(a)(3) and 2.                       States.
(10ssssssss)                        (10ssssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       Indictments are dismissed on
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &       the motion of the United
2                                   States.
(11sssss - 233sssss)                (11sssss - 233sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)         Indictments are dismissed on
(11sssssss - 223sssssss)            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (11sssssss - 223sssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),        the motion of the United
1111 and 2.                         States.
(11ssssssss - 223ssssssss)          (11ssssssss - 223ssssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER             All open counts on all (S)
(217ss - 227ss)                     Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (217ss - 227ss)
18:930.F MURDER                     All open counts on all (S)
(217sss - 227sss)                   Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (217sss - 227sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)         Indictments are dismissed on
(217ssss - 227ssss)                 the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (217ssss - 227ssss)



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18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and       the motion of the United
2.                                  States.
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)             (224ssssss - 234ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)         Indictments are dismissed on
(224sssssss - 234sssssss)           the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (224sssssss - 234sssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),        the motion of the United
1111 and 2.                         States.
(224ssssssss - 234ssssssss)         (224ssssssss - 234ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111         Indictments are dismissed on
& 2                                 the motion of the United
(234sssss - 235sssss)               States.
                                    (234sssss - 235sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
(235sssssss - 275sssssss)           Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (235sssssss - 275sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(235ssssssss - 275ssssssss)         States.
                                    (235ssssssss - 275ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114         Indictments are dismissed on
& 2                                 the motion of the United
(236sssss - 237sssss)               States.
                                    (236sssss - 237sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116         Indictments are dismissed on
& 2                                 the motion of the United
(238sssss - 239sssss)               States.
                                    (238sssss - 239sssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN             All open counts on all (S)
SPECIAL MARITIME OR                 Indictments are dismissed on
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION       the motion of the United
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2            States.
(240sssss - 241sssss)               (240sssss - 241sssss)



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18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All open counts on all (S)
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC       Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &      the motion of the United
2                                   States.
(242sssss)                          (242sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18        Indictments are dismissed on
USC Section   924(c) & 2            the motion of the United
(243sssss - 244sssss)               States.
                                    (243sssss - 244sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
(276sssssss)                        Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (276sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(276ssssssss)                       States.
                                    (276ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           Indictments are dismissed on
and 2.                              the motion of the United
(277ssssss - 278ssssss)             States.
                                    (277ssssss - 278ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
(277sssssss - 279sssssss)           Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (277sssssss - 279sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(277ssssssss - 278ssssssss)         States.
                                    (277ssssssss - 278ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           Indictments are dismissed on
and 2.                              the motion of the United
(279ssssss)                         States.
                                    (279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(279ssssssss)                       States.
                                    (279ssssssss)



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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
(280sssssss - 282sssssss)           Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (280sssssss - 282sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(280ssssssss - 281ssssssss)         States.
                                    (280ssssssss - 281ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(282ssssssss)                       States.
                                    (282ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116           Indictments are dismissed on
and 2.                              the motion of the United
(283ssssss)                         States.
                                    (283ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
(283sssssss)                        Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (283sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(283ssssssss)                       States.
                                    (283ssssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All open counts on all (S)
COMMISSION OF FELONY                Indictments are dismissed on
(284sssssss)                        the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (284sssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All open counts on all (S)
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title        Indictments are dismissed on
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),          the motion of the United
844(h)(2) and 2.                    States.
(284ssssssss)                       (284ssssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN             Indictments are dismissed on
(285sssssss)                        the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (285sssssss)



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18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC      Section           the motion of the United
924(c) and 2.                       States.
(285ssssssss)                       (285ssssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.     the motion of the United
(286ssssss)                         States.
                                    (286ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN             Indictments are dismissed on
(286sssssss)                        the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (286sssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC      Section           the motion of the United
924(c) and 2.                       States.
(286ssssssss)                       (286ssssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        All open counts on all (S)
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             Indictments are dismissed on
(287ssssssss - 305ssssssss)         the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (287ssssssss - 305ssssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All open counts on all (S)
ENTRIES GENERALLY                   Indictments are dismissed on
(306ssssssss - 308ssssssss)         the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (306ssssssss - 308ssssssss)


Offense Level (disposition): 4




Complaints:

   NONE


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Case Assigned to:   Judge Leonard B. Sand

MOHAMED RASHED DAOUD AL-            Frederick H. Cohen
'OWHALI (4)                          [term 10/23/01]
aka                                 [COR LD NTC cja]
Khalid Salim Saleh Bin Rashed       Frederick H. Cohn
aka                                  [term 10/23/01]
"Moath"                             [COR LD NTC]
aka                                 500 Fifth Avenue
Abdul Jabbar Ali Abel-Latif         33rd Floor
     defendant                      New York, NY 10110
 [term 10/23/01]                    (212) 768-1110

                                    David Baugh
                                     [term 10/23/01]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    223 South Cherry St.
                                    P.O. Box 12137
                                    Richmond, VA 23241
                                    (804)643-8111
Pending Counts:                            Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       Imprisonment: LIFE
A U.S. CITIZEN                      IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
(1ssssss)                           Release: 5       Years.
                                    (1ssssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN             Imprisonment: LIFE
SPECIAL MARITIME OR                 IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION       Release: 5       Years.
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and         (3ssssss)
117.                (3ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        Imprisonment: LIFE
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).         Release: 5       Years.
(4ssssss)                           (4ssssss)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES        Imprisonment: LIFE
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18      IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
USC 844(n).                         Release: 5       Years.
(5ssssss)                           (5ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      Imprisonment: LIFE
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.            Release: 5       Years.
(7ssssss)                           (7ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        Imprisonment: LIFE
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).         Release: 5       Years.
(9ssssss)                           (9ssssss)


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18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       Imprisonment: LIFE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and       Release: 5       Years.
2.                                  (11ssssss - 223ssssss)
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: LIFE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
and 2.                              Release: 5       Years.
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)             (235ssssss - 275ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: LIFE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
and 2.                              Release: 5       Years.
(276ssssss)                         (276ssssss)
18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: LIFE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116           IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
and 2.                              Release: 5       Years.
(280ssssss - 281ssssss)             (280ssssss - 281ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: LIFE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116           IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
and 2.                              Release: 5       Years.
(282ssssss)                         (282ssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        Imprisonment: LIFE
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title        IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)         Release: 5       Years.
and 2.                              (284ssssss)
(284ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   Imprisonment: LIFE
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           IMPRISONMENT. Supervised
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.     Release: 5       Years.
(285ssssss)                         (285ssssss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:                         Disposition

18:2332(b)(d) CONSPIRACY TO         All Open Counts on All (s)
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               Indictments are dismissed on
(1)                                 the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO            All Open Counts on All (s)
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               Indictments are dismissed on
(1s)                                the motion of the United
                                    States.


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                                    (1s)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO            All Open Counts on All (s)
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               Indictments are dismissed on
(1ss)                               the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All Open Counts on All (s)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1sss)                              the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All Open Counts on All (s)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1ssss)                             the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All Open Counts on All (s)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1sssss)                            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All Open Counts on All (s)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1sssssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All Open Counts on All (s)
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC       Indictments are dismissed on
Section 2332(b).                    the motion of the United
(1ssssssss)                         States.
                                    (1ssssssss)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER        All Open Counts on All (s)
DURING BOMBING AT U.S.              Indictments are dismissed on
PROPERTY                            the motion of the United
(2 - 3)                             States.
                                    (2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER        All Open Counts on All (s)
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.              Indictments are dismissed on
PROPERTY                            the motion of the United
(2s - 3s)                           States.
                                    (2s - 3s)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER        All Open Counts on All (s)
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.              Indictments are dismissed on
PROPERTY                            the motion of the United
(2ss - 3ss)                         States.


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                                    (2ss - 3ss)

18:844F.F MURDER DURINGBOMBING      All Open Counts on All (s)
OF U.S. PROPERTY                    Indictments are dismissed on
(2sss)                              the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (2sss)
18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(2ssss)                             the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (2ssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE       All Open Counts on All (s)
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN                 Indictments are dismissed on
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC           the motion of the United
Sections 956(a)(1) and              States.
(a)(2)(A). (2ssssssss)              (2ssssssss)

18:844F.F MURDER DURING             All Open Counts on All (s)
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY            Indictments are dismissed on
(3sss)                              the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (3sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(3ssss)                             the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (3ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- 18 USC Sections 1111,             Indictments are dismissed on
1114, 1116 & 1117                   the motion of the United
(3sssss)                            States.
                                    (3sssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF             All Open Counts on All (s)
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.      Indictments are dismissed on
(3sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (3sssssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF             All Open Counts on All (s)
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.      Indictments are dismissed on
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116       the motion of the United
and 1117.                           States.
(3ssssssss)                         (3ssssssss)

18:930(c),2 MURDER                  All Open Counts on All (s)
(4 - 227)                           Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.


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                                    (4 - 227)
18:930(c),2   MURDER             All Open Counts on All (s)
(4s - 227s)                      Indictments are dismissed on
                                 the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4s - 227s)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER          All Open Counts on All (s)
(4ss - 216ss)                    Indictments are dismissed on
                                 the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4ss - 216ss)

18:930.F MURDER                  All Open Counts on All (s)
(4sss - 216sss)                  Indictments are dismissed on
                                 the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4sss - 216sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE    All Open Counts on All (s)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)      Indictments are dismissed on
(4ssss - 216ssss)                the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4ssss - 216ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN     All Open Counts on All (s)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC        Indictments are dismissed on
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)     the motion of the United
(4sssss)                         States.
                                 (4sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN     All Open Counts on All (s)
OUTSIDE THE U.S.                 Indictments are dismissed on
(4sssssss)                       the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (4sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN     All Open Counts on All (s)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18      Indictments are dismissed on
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and      the motion of the United
(a)(3).                          States.
(4ssssssss)                      (4ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH   All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS - 18 USC Section         Indictments are dismissed on
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)        the motion of the United
(5sssss)                         States.
                                 (5sssss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR          All Open Counts on All (s)
18:842A-I                        Indictments are dismissed on
(5sssssss)                       the motion of the United
                                 States.


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                                    (5sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(n).                     the motion of the United
(5ssssssss)                         States.
                                    (5ssssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All Open Counts on All (s)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        Indictments are dismissed on
18    USC Section 2155(a) &         the motion of the United
(b)                                 States.
(6sssss)                            (6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All Open Counts on All (s)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).       the motion of the United
(6ssssss)                           States.
                                    (6ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All Open Counts on All (s)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS          Indictments are dismissed on
(6sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (6sssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All Open Counts on All (s)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)        the motion of the United
and (b).                            States.
(6ssssssss)                         (6ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS - 18 USC Section            Indictments are dismissed on
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2               the motion of the United
(7sssss - 8sssss)                   States.
                                    (7sssss - 8sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(7sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (7sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and       the motion of the United
2.                                  States.
(7ssssssss)                         (7ssssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.            the motion of the United
(8ssssss)                           States.


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                                    (8ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(8sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (8sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All Open Counts on All (s)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and       the motion of the United
2.                                  States.
(8ssssssss)                         (8ssssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts on All (s)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC           Indictments are dismissed on
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)        the motion of the United
(9sssss - 10sssss)                  States.
                                    (9sssss - 10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts on All (s)
OUTSIDE THE U.S.                    Indictments are dismissed on
(9sssssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (9sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts on All (s)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         Indictments are dismissed on
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)      the motion of the United
and 2.                              States.
(9ssssssss)                         (9ssssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts on All (s)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         Indictments are dismissed on
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).         the motion of the United
(10ssssss)                          States.
                                    (10ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts on All (s)
OUTSIDE THE U.S.                    Indictments are dismissed on
(10sssssss)                         the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (10sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All Open Counts on All (s)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         Indictments are dismissed on
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),           the motion of the United
(a)(3) and 2.                       States.
(10ssssssss)                        (10ssssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All Open Counts on All (s)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       Indictments are dismissed on
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &       the motion of the United
2                                   States.


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(11sssss - 233sssss)                (11sssss - 233sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All Open Counts on All (s)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)         Indictments are dismissed on
(11sssssss - 223sssssss)            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (11sssssss - 223sssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All Open Counts on All (s)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),        the motion of the United
1111 and 2.                         States.
(11ssssssss - 223ssssssss)          (11ssssssss - 223ssssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER             All Open Counts on All (s)
(217ss - 227ss)                     Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (217ss - 227ss)

18:930.F MURDER                     All Open Counts on All (s)
(217sss - 227sss)                   Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (217sss - 227sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All Open Counts on All (s)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)         Indictments are dismissed on
(217ssss - 227ssss)                 the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (217ssss - 227ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All Open Counts on All (s)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and       the motion of the United
2.                                  States.
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)             (224ssssss - 234ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All Open Counts on All (s)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)         Indictments are dismissed on
(224sssssss - 234sssssss)           the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (224sssssss - 234sssssss)
18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All Open Counts on All (s)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),        the motion of the United
1111 and 2.                         States.
(224ssssssss - 234ssssssss)         (224ssssssss - 234ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111         Indictments are dismissed on
& 2                                 the motion of the United
(234sssss - 235sssss)               States.


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                                    (234sssss - 235sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
(235sssssss - 275sssssss)           Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (235sssssss - 275sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(235ssssssss - 275ssssssss)         States.
                                    (235ssssssss - 275ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114         Indictments are dismissed on
& 2                                 the motion of the United
(236sssss - 237sssss)               States.
                                    (236sssss - 237sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116         Indictments are dismissed on
& 2                                 the motion of the United
(238sssss - 239sssss)               States.
                                    (238sssss - 239sssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN             All Open Counts on All (s)
SPECIAL MARITIME OR                 Indictments are dismissed on
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION       the motion of the United
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2            States.
(240sssss - 241sssss)               (240sssss - 241sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All Open Counts on All (s)
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC       Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &      the motion of the United
2                                   States.
(242sssss)                          (242sssss)
18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All Open Counts on All (s)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18        Indictments are dismissed on
USC Section   924(c) & 2            the motion of the United
(243sssss - 244sssss)               States.
                                    (243sssss - 244sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
(276sssssss)                        Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (276sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(276ssssssss)                       States.


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                                    (276ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           Indictments are dismissed on
and 2.                              the motion of the United
(277ssssss - 278ssssss)             States.
                                    (277ssssss - 278ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
(277sssssss - 279sssssss)           Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (277sssssss - 279sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(277ssssssss - 278ssssssss)         States.
                                    (277ssssssss - 278ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           Indictments are dismissed on
and 2.                              the motion of the United
(279ssssss)                         States.
                                    (279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(279ssssssss)                       States.
                                    (279ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
(280sssssss - 282sssssss)           Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (280sssssss - 282sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(280ssssssss - 281ssssssss)         States.
                                    (280ssssssss - 281ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(282ssssssss)                       States.
                                    (282ssssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116           Indictments are dismissed on
and 2.                              the motion of the United
(283ssssss)                         States.


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                                    (283ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
(283sssssss)                        Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (283sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All Open Counts on All (s)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(283ssssssss)                       States.
                                    (283ssssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All Open Counts on All (s)
COMMISSION OF FELONY                Indictments are dismissed on
(284sssssss)                        the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (284sssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All Open Counts on All (s)
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title        Indictments are dismissed on
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),          the motion of the United
844(h)(2) and 2.                    States.
(284ssssssss)                       (284ssssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All Open Counts on All (s)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN             Indictments are dismissed on
(285sssssss)                        the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (285sssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All Open Counts on All (s)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC      Section           the motion of the United
924(c) and 2.                       States.
(285ssssssss)                       (285ssssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All Open Counts on All (s)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.     the motion of the United
(286ssssss)                         States.
                                    (286ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All Open Counts on All (s)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN             Indictments are dismissed on
(286sssssss)                        the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (286sssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All Open Counts on All (s)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC      Section           the motion of the United
924(c) and 2.                       States.


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(286ssssssss)                       (286ssssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        All Open Counts on All (s)
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             Indictments are dismissed on
(287ssssssss - 305ssssssss)         the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (287ssssssss - 305ssssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All Open Counts on All (s)
ENTRIES GENERALLY                   Indictments are dismissed on
(306ssssssss - 308ssssssss)         the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (306ssssssss - 308ssssssss)


Offense Level (disposition): 4




Complaints:

   NONE
========================



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Case Assigned to:   Judge Leonard B. Sand

USAMA BIN LADEN (5)                 Lloyd Epstein
aka                                 [COR LD NTC cja]
Usamah Bin-Muhammad Bin-Ladin       EPSTEIN & WEIL
aka                                 225 Broadway
Shaykh Usamah Bin-Ladin             New York, NY 10007
aka                                 (212) 732-4888
Mujahid Shaykh
aka
Hajj
aka
al Qaqa
aka
the Director
     defendant


Pending Counts:                             Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Section 2332(b).
(1sssssss)



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18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2s - 3s)

18:844F.F MURDER DURINGBOMBING
OF U.S. PROPERTY
(2ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(2sss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2sssssss)

18:844F.F MURDER DURING
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY
(3ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(3sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Sections 1111,
1114, 1116 & 1117
(3ssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3sssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3ssssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116
and 1117.
(3sssssss)

18:930(c) MURDER


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(4 - 227)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(4s - 216s)

18:930.F MURDER
(4ss - 216ss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(4sss - 216sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)
(5ssss)
18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5sssss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5sssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18    USC Section 2155(a) &


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(b)
(6ssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2
(7ssss - 8ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7ssssss)
18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(8sssssss)



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18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(9ssss - 10ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),
(a)(3) and 2.
(10sssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &
2
(11ssss - 233ssss)

18:930.F   POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME   (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18   USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11sssss   - 223sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),


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1111 and 2.
(11sssssss - 223sssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(217s - 227s)

18:930.F MURDER
(217ss - 227ss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(217sss - 227sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224sssss - 234sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)
18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(224sssssss - 234sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111
& 2
(234ssss - 235ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(235sssss - 275sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235sssssss - 275sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
& 2
(236ssss - 237ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116


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& 2
(238ssss - 239ssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2
(240ssss - 241ssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &
2
(242ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18
USC Section   924(c) & 2
(243ssss - 244ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(276sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(276sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277sssss - 278sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277ssssss - 279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(277sssssss - 278sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.


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(279sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280sssss - 281sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280ssssss - 282ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280sssssss - 281sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(282sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(283sssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284ssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284sssssss)



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18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(285sssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(286sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(286sssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287sssssss - 305sssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306sssssss - 308sssssss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================


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Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand
MUHAMMAD ATEF (6)
aka
Abu Hafs
aka
Abu Hafs el Masry
aka
Abu Abu Hafs el Masry el
Khabir
aka
Taysir
aka
Aheikh Taysir Abdullah
     defendant


Pending Counts:                          Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Section 2332(b).
(1sssssss)



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18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2s - 3s)

18:844F.F MURDER DURINGBOMBING
OF U.S. PROPERTY
(2ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(2sss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2sssssss)

18:844F.F MURDER DURING
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY
(3ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(3sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Sections 1111,
1114, 1116 & 1117
(3ssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3sssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3ssssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116
and 1117.
(3sssssss)

18:930(c) MURDER
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(4 - 227)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(4s - 216s)

18:930.F MURDER
(4ss - 216ss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(4sss - 216sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)
(5ssss)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5sssss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5sssssss)
18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18    USC Section 2155(a) &


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(b)
(6ssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2
(7ssss - 8ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7sssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(8sssssss)



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18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(9ssss - 10ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9sssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),
(a)(3) and 2.
(10sssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &
2
(11ssss - 233ssss)
18:930.F   POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME   (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18   USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11sssss   - 223sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),


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1111 and 2.
(11sssssss - 223sssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(217s - 227s)

18:930.F MURDER
(217ss - 227ss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(217sss - 227sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224sssss - 234sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(224sssssss - 234sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111
& 2
(234ssss - 235ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(235sssss - 275sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235sssssss - 275sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
& 2
(236ssss - 237ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116


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& 2
(238ssss - 239ssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2
(240ssss - 241ssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &
2
(242ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18
USC Section   924(c) & 2
(243ssss - 244ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(276sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(276sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277sssss - 278sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277ssssss - 279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(277sssssss - 278sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.


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(279sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280sssss - 281sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280ssssss - 282ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280sssssss - 281sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(282sssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(283sssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284ssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284sssssss)



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18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(285sssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(286sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(286sssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287sssssss - 305sssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306sssssss - 308sssssss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm                     Page 65

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                    PRIOR


Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

MUSTAFA MOHAMED FADHIL (7)
aka
Mustafa Ali Elbishy
aka
"Hussein"
aka
Hassan Ali
     defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Section 2332(b).
(1ssssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2ssssss)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(3)


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18:844F.F MURDER DURING
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY
(3s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(3ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Sections 1111,
1114, 1116 & 1117
(3sss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3ssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3sssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116
and 1117.
(3ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)
(5sss)


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18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5ssss)
18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18     USC Section 2155(a) &
(b)
(6sss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6ssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2
(7sss - 8sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.


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(7ssssss)
18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(8ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(9sss - 10sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(10ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),
(a)(3) and 2.
(10ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -


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18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &
2
(11sss - 233sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11ssss - 223ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11sssss - 223sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(217 - 227)

18:930.F MURDER
(217s - 227s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(217ss - 227ss)

18:930.F   POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME   (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18   USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224ssss   - 234ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224sssss - 234sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111
& 2
(234sss - 235sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.


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(235ssss - 275ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
& 2
(236sss - 237sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116
& 2
(238sss - 239sss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL       JURISDICTION
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2
(240sss - 241sss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &
2
(242sss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18
USC Section   924(c) & 2
(243sss - 244sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(276ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(276ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277ssss - 278ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277sssss - 279sssss)


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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(277ssssss - 278ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280ssss - 281ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280sssss - 282sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280ssssss - 281ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(282ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283ssss)
18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(283ssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title


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18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284ssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(285ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(286ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286sssss)
18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(286ssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287ssssss - 305ssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306ssssss - 308ssssss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


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Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

KHALFAN KHAMIS MOHAMED (8)          Jeremy Schneider
aka                                  [term 10/22/01]
Khalfan Khamis                      [COR LD NTC cja]
     defendant                      Rothman, Schneider, Soloway, &
 [term 10/22/01]                    Stern
                                    70 Lafayette St. 7th Floor
                                    New York, NY 10013
                                    (212) 571-5500

                                    David Stern
                                     [term 10/22/01]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    Rothman, Schneider, Soloway &
                                    Stern, P.C.
                                    70 Lafayette Street
                                    7th Floor
                                    New York, NY 10013
                                    (212) 571-5500

                                    David Ruhnke
                                     [term 10/22/01]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    Ruhnke & Barett
                                    47 Park Street
                                    Montclair, NJ 07042


Pending Counts:                            Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
A U.S. CITIZEN                      on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
(1ssss)                             thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
                                    followed by a mandatory TEN
                                    (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to


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                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (1ssss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN             Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
SPECIAL MARITIME OR                 on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION       thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and         followed by a mandatory TEN
117.                (3ssss)         (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to
                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (3ssss)
18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).         thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
(4ssss)                             followed by a mandatory TEN
                                    (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to
                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (4ssss)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES        Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18      on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
USC 844(n).                         thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
(5ssss)                             followed by a mandatory TEN
                                    (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to


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                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (5ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.            thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
(8ssss)                             followed by a mandatory TEN
                                    (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to
                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years   on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on   count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.         (8ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).         thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
(10ssss)                            followed by a mandatory TEN
                                    (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to
                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (10ssss)

18:930.F   POSSESS W/INTENT/USE     Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
IN CRIME   (FEDERAL FACILITY) -     on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
Title 18   USC 930(c), 1111 and     thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
2.                                  followed by a mandatory TEN
(224ssss   - 234ssss)               (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to


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                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (224ssss -
                                    234ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
and 2.                              thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
(277ssss - 278ssss)                 followed by a mandatory TEN
                                    (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to
                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (277ssss -
                                    278ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114           on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
and 2.                              thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
(279ssss)                           followed by a mandatory TEN
                                    (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to
                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (279ssss)



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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116           on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
and 2.                              thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
(283ssss)                           followed by a mandatory TEN
                                    (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to
                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (283ssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title        on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)         thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
and 2.                              followed by a mandatory TEN
(284ssss)                           (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to
                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (284ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.     thru 234,277,278,279 and 283;
(286ssss)                           followed by a mandatory TEN
                                    (10) Years imprisonment on
                                    count 284 and a mandatory
                                    THIRTY (30) Years on count 286,
                                    to be served CONSECUTIVELY to
                                    the   above-referened counts.
                                    Supervised Release: FIVE (5)
                                    Years    on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,
                                    224 thru 234,277,278,279,283
                                    and 286 to run CONCURRENTLY
                                    with each other and THREE (3)
                                    Years on    count 284 to run
                                    CONCURRENTLY with all other
                                    counts.          (286ssss)



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Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:                         Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO            All open counts on all (S)
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS               Indictments are dismissed on
(1)                                 the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1s)                                the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1ss)                               the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1sss)                              the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN                      Indictments are dismissed on
(1sssss)                            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL       All open counts on all (S)
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC       Indictments are dismissed on
Section 2332(b).                    the motion of the United
(1ssssss)                           States.
                                    (1ssssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE       All open counts on all (S)
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN                 Indictments are dismissed on
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC           the motion of the United
Sections 956(a)(1) and              States.
(a)(2)(A). (2ssssss)                (2ssssss)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER        All open counts on all (S)
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.              Indictments are dismissed on
PROPERTY                            the motion of the United
(3)                                 States.
                                    (3)



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18:844F.F MURDER DURING             All open counts on all (S)
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY            Indictments are dismissed on
(3s)                                the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (3s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(3ss)                               the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (3ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- 18 USC Sections 1111,             Indictments are dismissed on
1114, 1116 & 1117                   the motion of the United
(3sss)                              States.
                                    (3sss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF             All open counts on all (S)
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.      Indictments are dismissed on
(3sssss)                            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (3sssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF             All open counts on all (S)
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.      Indictments are dismissed on
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116       the motion of the United
and 1117.                           States.
(3ssssss)                           (3ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC           Indictments are dismissed on
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)        the motion of the United
(4sss)                              States.
                                    (4sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S.                    Indictments are dismissed on
(4sssss)                            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (4sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN        All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18         Indictments are dismissed on
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and         the motion of the United
(a)(3).                             States.
(4ssssss)                           (4ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - 18 USC Section            Indictments are dismissed on
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)           the motion of the United
(5sss)                              States.
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18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR             All open counts on all (S)
18:842A-I                           Indictments are dismissed on
(5sssss)                            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (5sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(n).                     the motion of the United
(5ssssss)                           States.
                                    (5ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All open counts on all (S)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        Indictments are dismissed on
18     USC Section 2155(a) &        the motion of the United
(b)                                 States.
(6sss)                              (6sss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All open counts on all (S)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).       the motion of the United
(6ssss)                             States.
                                    (6ssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All open counts on all (S)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS          Indictments are dismissed on
(6sssss)                            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF           All open counts on all (S)
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -        Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)        the motion of the United
and (b).                            States.
(6ssssss)                           (6ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - 18 USC Section            Indictments are dismissed on
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2               the motion of the United
(7sss - 8sss)                       States.
                                    (7sss - 8sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC              Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and       the motion of the United
2.                                  States.
(7ssssss)                           (7ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH      All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS                             Indictments are dismissed on
(8sssss)                            the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (8sssss)



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18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH   All open counts on all (S)
RESULTS - Title 18 USC           Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and    the motion of the United
2.                               States.
(8ssssss)                        (8ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN     All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC        Indictments are dismissed on
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)     the motion of the United
(9sss - 10sss)                   States.
                                 (9sss - 10sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN     All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18      Indictments are dismissed on
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)   the motion of the United
and 2.                           States.
(9ssssss)                        (9ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN     All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S.                 Indictments are dismissed on
(10sssss)                        the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN     All open counts on all (S)
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18      Indictments are dismissed on
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),        the motion of the United
(a)(3) and 2.                    States.
(10ssssss)                       (10ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE    All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -    Indictments are dismissed on
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &    the motion of the United
2                                States.
(11sss - 233sss)                 (11sss - 233sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE    All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -    Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),     the motion of the United
1111 and 2.                      States.
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)           (11ssssss - 223ssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER          All open counts on all (S)
(217 - 227)                      Indictments are dismissed on
                                 the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (217 - 227)

18:930.F MURDER                  All open counts on all (S)
(217s - 227s)                    Indictments are dismissed on
                                 the motion of the United
                                 States.
                                 (217s - 227s)
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18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)         Indictments are dismissed on
(217ss - 227ss)                     the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (217ss - 227ss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)         Indictments are dismissed on
(224sssss - 234sssss)               the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (224sssss - 234sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE       All open counts on all (S)
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -       Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),        the motion of the United
1111 and 2.                         States.
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)             (224ssssss - 234ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111         Indictments are dismissed on
& 2                                 the motion of the United
(234sss - 235sss)                   States.
                                    (234sss - 235sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)             States.
                                    (235ssssss - 275ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114         Indictments are dismissed on
& 2                                 the motion of the United
(236sss - 237sss)                   States.
                                    (236sss - 237sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116         Indictments are dismissed on
& 2                                 the motion of the United
(238sss - 239sss)                   States.
                                    (238sss - 239sss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN             All open counts on all (S)
SPECIAL MARITIME OR                 Indictments are dismissed on
TERRITORIAL       JURISDICTION      the motion of the United
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2            States.
(240sss - 241sss)                   (240sss - 241sss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All open counts on all (S)
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC       Indictments are dismissed on
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &      the motion of the United
2                                   States.
(242sss)                            (242sss)



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18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18        Indictments are dismissed on
USC Section   924(c) & 2            the motion of the United
(243sss - 244sss)                   States.
                                    (243sss - 244sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(276ssssss)                         States.
                                    (276ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
(277sssss - 279sssss)               Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (277sssss - 279sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(277ssssss - 278ssssss)             States.
                                    (277ssssss - 278ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1114 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(279ssssss)                         States.
                                    (279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(280ssssss - 281ssssss)             States.
                                    (280ssssss - 281ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(282ssssss)                         States.
                                    (282ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
(283sssss)                          Indictments are dismissed on
                                    the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (283sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE      All open counts on all (S)
- Title 18 USC Sections             Indictments are dismissed on
1111, 1116 and 2.                   the motion of the United
(283ssssss)                         States.
                                    (283ssssss)



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18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All open counts on all (S)
COMMISSION OF FELONY                Indictments are dismissed on
(284sssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (284sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN        All open counts on all (S)
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title        Indictments are dismissed on
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),          the motion of the United
844(h)(2) and 2.                    States.
(284ssssss)                         (284ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC      Section           the motion of the United
924(c) and 2.                       States.
(285ssssss)                         (285ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN             Indictments are dismissed on
(286sssss)                          the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (286sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT                   All open counts on all (S)
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -           Indictments are dismissed on
Title 18 USC      Section           the motion of the United
924(c) and 2.                       States.
(286ssssss)                         (286ssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS        All open counts on all (S)
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT             Indictments are dismissed on
(287ssssss - 305ssssss)             the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (287ssssss - 305ssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR             All open counts on all (S)
ENTRIES GENERALLY                   Indictments are dismissed on
(306ssssss - 308ssssss)             the motion of the United
                                    States.
                                    (306ssssss - 308ssssss)
Offense Level (disposition): 4




Complaints:

   NONE


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Case Assigned to:   Judge Leonard B. Sand

AHMED KHALFAN GHAILANI (9)
aka
Fupi
aka
Abubakary Khalfan Ahmed
Ghailiani
     defendant


Pending Counts:                             Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Section 2332(b).
(1ssssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2ssssss)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(3)



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18:844F.F MURDER DURING
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY
(3s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(3ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Sections 1111,
1114, 1116 & 1117
(3sss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3ssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3sssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116
and 1117.
(3ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)
(5sss)



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18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5ssss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18     USC Section 2155(a) &
(b)
(6sss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6ssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2
(7sss - 8sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7ssssss)


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18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(8ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(9sss - 10sss)
18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(10ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),
(a)(3) and 2.
(10ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &


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2
(11sss - 233sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11ssss - 223ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11sssss - 223sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(217 - 227)

18:930.F MURDER
(217s - 227s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(217ss - 227ss)

18:930.F   POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME   (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18   USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224ssss   - 234ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224sssss - 234sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111
& 2
(234sss - 235sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(235ssss - 275ssss)


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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235sssss - 275sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
& 2
(236sss - 237sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116
& 2
(238sss - 239sss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL       JURISDICTION
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2
(240sss - 241sss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &
2
(242sss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18
USC Section   924(c) & 2
(243sss - 244sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(276ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(276ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277ssss - 278ssss)



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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277sssss - 279sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(277ssssss - 278ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280ssss - 281ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280sssss - 282sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280ssssss - 281ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(282ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(283ssssss)



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18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284ssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(285ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(286ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(286ssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287ssssss - 305ssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306ssssss - 308ssssss)



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Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

FAHID MOHAMMED MSALAM (10)
aka
Fahad M. Ally
     defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Section 2332(b).


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(1ssssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2ssssss)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(3)

18:844F.F MURDER DURING
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY
(3s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(3ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Sections 1111,
1114, 1116 & 1117
(3sss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3ssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3sssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116
and 1117.
(3ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.


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(4sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)
(5sss)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5ssss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18     USC Section 2155(a) &
(b)
(6sss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6ssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2
(7sss - 8sss)



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18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(8ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(9sss - 10sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9ssss)
18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(10ssss)


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18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),
(a)(3) and 2.
(10ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &
2
(11sss - 233sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11ssss - 223ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11sssss - 223sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(217 - 227)

18:930.F MURDER
(217s - 227s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(217ss - 227ss)

18:930.F   POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME   (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18   USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224ssss   - 234ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224sssss - 234sssss)



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18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111
& 2
(234sss - 235sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(235ssss - 275ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235sssss - 275sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
& 2
(236sss - 237sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116
& 2
(238sss - 239sss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL       JURISDICTION
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2
(240sss - 241sss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &
2
(242sss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18
USC Section   924(c) & 2
(243sss - 244sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.


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(276ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(276ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277ssss - 278ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277sssss - 279sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(277ssssss - 278ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280ssss - 281ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280sssss - 282sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280ssssss - 281ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.


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(282ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(283ssssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284ssss)
18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(285ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(286ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286sssss)


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18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(286ssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287ssssss - 305ssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306ssssss - 308ssssss)
Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================



Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm                     Page 102

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

SHEIKH AHMED SALIM SWEDAN (11)
aka
Sheikh Bahamadi
aka
Ahmed Ally
     defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssss)
18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Section 2332(b).
(1ssssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2ssssss)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(3)

18:844F.F MURDER DURING
BOMBING OF U.S. PROPERTY


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(3s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(3ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Sections 1111,
1114, 1116 & 1117
(3sss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3ssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3sssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC 1114, 1116
and 1117.
(3ssssss)
18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)
(5sss)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18


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USC 844(n).
(5ssss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5ssssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18     USC Section 2155(a) &
(b)
(6sss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6ssss)
18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6sssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6ssssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1), (f)(3) & 2
(7sss - 8sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7ssssss)



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18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(8ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(9sss - 10sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9ssssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(10ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332 a(a)(1),
(a)(3) and 2.
(10ssssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &
2


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(11sss - 233sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11ssss - 223ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11sssss - 223sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11ssssss - 223ssssss)

18:930(c),1111,2 MURDER
(217 - 227)

18:930.F MURDER
(217s - 227s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(217ss - 227ss)

18:930.F   POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME   (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18   USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224ssss   - 234ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224sssss - 234sssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(224ssssss - 234ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111
& 2
(234sss - 235sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(235ssss - 275ssss)



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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235sssss - 275sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235ssssss - 275ssssss)
18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
& 2
(236sss - 237sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116
& 2
(238sss - 239sss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL       JURISDICTION
- 18 USC Section 114 & 2
(240sss - 241sss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &
2
(242sss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18
USC Section   924(c) & 2
(243sss - 244sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(276ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(276ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277ssss - 278ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE


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(277sssss - 279sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(277ssssss - 278ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(279ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280ssss - 281ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280sssss - 282sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280ssssss - 281ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(282ssssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(283ssssss)



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18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284ssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(285ssssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(286ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Section
924(c) and 2.
(286ssssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287ssssss - 305ssssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306ssssss - 308ssssss)
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APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                   PRIOR


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

MAMDOUH MAHMUD SALIM (12)           Richard B. Lind
aka                                 [COR LD NTC cja]
"Abu Hajer al Iraqi,"               750 Lexington Avenue
aka                                 New York, NY 10022
"Abu Hajer,"                        212-753-9797
     defendant
                                    Charles Adler
                                     [term 11/13/00]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    Goltzer & Adler
                                    110 E. 59th St.
                                    New York, NY 10022
                                    212-421-7600

                                    George R. Goltzer
                                     [term 11/13/00]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    Goltzer & Adler
                                    598 Madison Avenue
                                    New York, NY 10022
                                    (212) 421-3220

                                    Allan P. Haber
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    305 Broadway
                                    NY, NY 10007
                                    212-233-4411

                                    Paul J. McAllister
                                     [term 11/13/00]
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                     Law offices of Paul J Mc
                                    Allister
                                    401 Broadway
                                    25th Floor


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                                    New York, NY 10013
                                    (212) 274-0920

                                    Irving Cohen
                                    [COR LD NTC cja]
                                    233 Broadway
                                    Suite 2701
                                    New York, NY 10279
                                    (212) 964-2544


Pending Counts:                           Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ssss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1sssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Sections 1111,
1114, 1116 & 1117
(3ss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3sss)


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18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3ssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4ss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)
(5ss)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5sss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5sssss)
18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18    USC Section 2155(a) &
(b)
(6ss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6sss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS


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(6ssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6sssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7sssss - 8sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9sssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10sssss)

18:930.F   POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME   (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18   USC Section 930(c),
1111 and   2.
(11sssss   - 234sssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235sssss - 279sssss)
18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280sssss - 283sssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284sssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285sssss - 286sssss)



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18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287sssss - 305sssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306sssss - 308sssss)

18:1203.F HOSTAGE TAKING
(309ssss)

18:1203.F HOSTAGE TAKING
(310ssss)

18:1117.F CONSPIRACY TO MURDER
(311ssss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(312ssss)

18:111.F
ASSAULTING/RESISTING/IMPEDING
OFFICERS/EMPLOYEES    (313ssss
- 314ssss)

18:371.F CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD
THE UNITED STATES
(315ssss)

18:751A.F PRISONER IN CUSTODY
OF INSTITUTION OR OFFICER
(316ssss)

18:1791A.F TRAFFIC IN
CONTRABAND ARTICLES - FIREARMS
(317ssss - 319ssss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE




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Complaints                                   Disposition

18 U.S.C. 2332(b): MURDER
CONSPIRACY; 18 U.S.C.
2332a(a):    CONSPIRACY TO USE
WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION;
18 U.S.C.     844(d) & (n):
CONSPIRACY TO TRANSPORT
EXPLOSIVES; 18 U.S.C.
2155(b): CONSPIRACY TO ATTACK
MILITARY FACILITIES.
[ 1:98-m -2140 ]

18 U.S.C. 2332(b): MURDER
CONSPIRACY; 18 U.S.C. 2332(a):
USE OF WEAPONS OF MASS
DESTRUCTION.
[ 1:98-m -2140 ]



========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

ALI MOHAMED (13)
aka
Ali Abdelseoud Mohamed
aka
Abu Omar
aka
Omar
aka
Haydara
aka
Taymour Ali Nasser
aka
Ahmed Bahaa Adam
     defendant


Pending Counts:                          Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN


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(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1sss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1ssss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - 18 USC 956(a)(1)
& (a)(2)(A)
(2s)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
956(a)(1) and (a)(2)(A).
(2ss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2ssss)
18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Sections 1111,
1114, 1116 & 1117
(3s)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3ss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3sss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Sections 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4s)


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18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3), & 844(n)
(5s)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5ss)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5ssss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18    USC Section 2155(a) &
(b)
(6s)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6ss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6sss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6ssss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7ssss - 8ssss)



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APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9ssss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10ssss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11ssss - 234ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235ssss - 279ssss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280ssss - 283ssss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284ssss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285ssss - 286ssss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287ssss - 305ssss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306ssss - 308ssss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:



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APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                       PRIOR

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

AYMAN AL ZAWAHIRI (14)
aka
Abdel Muaz
aka
Ayman Al Zawahiri, Dr.
aka
the Doctor
     defendant


Pending Counts:                          Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1sss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
1116 & 1117
(3)



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APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                 PRIOR

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3s)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3ss)
18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-      Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4ss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3) & 844(n)
(5)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5s)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5sss)


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APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR


18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18    USC Section 2155(a) &
(b)
(6)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6s)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6ss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1),(f)(3) & 2
(7 - 8)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7sss - 8sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8ss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332a(a)(1) & (a)(3)


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(9 - 10)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9ss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(10s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10ss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
18 USC Section 930(c), 1111 &
2
(11 - 233)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11s - 223s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11ss - 223ss)

18:930.F   POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME   (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18   USC Section 930(c),
1111 and   2.
(11sss -   234sss)



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18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224s - 234s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224ss - 234ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 7(3), 1111
& 2
(234 - 235)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(235s - 275s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235ss - 275ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235sss - 279sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
& 2
(236 - 237)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1116
& 2
(238 - 239)

18:114.F MAIMING   WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME   OR
TERRITORIAL        JURISDICTION
- 18 USC Section   114 & 2
(240 - 241)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - 18 USC
Section 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2) &
2
(242)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN - 18
USC Section   924(c) & 2
(243 - 244)


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18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(276s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277s - 278s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277ss - 279ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280s - 281s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280ss - 282ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280sss - 283sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283ss)
18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284s)



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APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284ss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284sss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285s)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285ss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285sss - 286sss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(286s)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286ss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287sss - 305sss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306sss - 308sss)
Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:



Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm                     Page 126

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR

   NONE


========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

KHALED AL FAWWAZ (15)
aka
Khaled Abdul Khaled Abdul
Rahman Hamad al Fawwaz
aka
Abu Omar
aka
Hamad
      defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1ss)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1sss)
18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- 18 USC Section 1111, 1114
1116 & 1117
(3)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3s)



Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 127

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3ss)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-      Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - 18 USC
Section 2332(a)(1) & (a)(3)
(4)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - 18 USC Section
844(f)(1)(f)(3) & 844(n)
(5)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5s)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5sss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
18    USC Section 2155(a) &
(b)
(6)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6s)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6ss)


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 128

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR


18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6sss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7sss - 8sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9sss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10sss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11sss - 234sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235sss - 279sss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280sss - 283sss)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284sss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285sss - 286sss)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 129

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287sss - 305sss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306sss - 308sss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE
========================

Case Assigned to:   Judge Leonard B. Sand

IBRAHIM EIDAROUS (16)
aka
Ibrahim H.A. Eidarous
aka
Daoud
aka
Abu Abdullah
aka
Ibrahim
      defendant


Pending Counts:                             Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1ss)



Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm                    Page 130

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                    PRIOR

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2ss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3s)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3ss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4ss)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5ss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 131

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

(6)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6s)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7ss - 8ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9ss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 132

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

(10)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10ss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11 - 223)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11s - 223s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11ss - 234ss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224 - 234)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224s - 234s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(235 - 275)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235s - 275s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235ss - 279ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 133

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

(276)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277 - 278)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277s - 279s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280 - 281)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280s - 282s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280ss - 283ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283s)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284s)



Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 134

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al   PRIOR

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284ss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285s)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285ss - 286ss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(286)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286s)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287ss - 305ss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306ss - 308ss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================
Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm                    Page 135

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                    PRIOR


Case Assigned to:   Judge Leonard B. Sand

ADEL ABDEL BARY (17)
aka
Adel M.A.A.A. Bary
aka
Abbas
aka
Abu Dia
aka
Adel
      defendant


Pending Counts:                             Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1s)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1ss)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2ss)

18:114.F MAIMING WITHIN
SPECIAL MARITIME OR
TERRITORIAL      JURISDICTION
- Title 18 USC 114, 116 and
117.                (3)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3s)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3ss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 136

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(4)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4ss)

18:844G.F POSSESS EXPLOSIVES
ON FEDERAL PROPERTY - Title 18
USC 844(n).
(5)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5ss)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC 2155(a) and (b).
(6)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6s)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(7)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 137

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

2.
(7ss - 8ss)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
844(f)(1), (f)(3) and 2.
(8)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(9)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9ss)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC 2332a(a)(1) and (a)(3).
(10)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10ss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(11 - 223)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11s - 223s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 138

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11ss - 234ss)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC 930(c), 1111 and
2.
(224 - 234)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224s - 234s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(235 - 275)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235s - 275s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235ss - 279ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(276)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276s)
18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(277 - 278)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277s - 279s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1114
and 2.
(279)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(280 - 281)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 139

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

(280s - 282s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280ss - 283ss)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(282)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC 1111, 1116
and 2.
(283)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(283s)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC 844(h)(1), 844(h)(2)
and 2.
(284)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284s)
18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284ss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.
(285)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285s)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285ss - 286ss)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      924(c) and 2.


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 140

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

(286)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286s)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287ss - 305ss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306ss - 308ss)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:
   NONE


========================



Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm                    Page 141

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                    PRIOR

Case Assigned to:   Judge Leonard B. Sand

SAIF AL ADEL (18)
aka
Saif
     defendant


Pending Counts:                             Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1s)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2s)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4s)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5s)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6)



Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm   Page 142

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7s - 8s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11s - 234s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235s - 279s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280s - 283s)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284s)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285s - 286s)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT


Docket as of November 5, 2001 10:52 pm       Page 143

Proceedings include all events.
APPEAL
1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                       PRIOR

(287s - 305s)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306s - 308s)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

ABDULLAH AHMED ABDULLAH (19)
aka
Abu Mohamed el Masry
aka
Saleh
aka
Abu Marium
      defendant
Pending Counts:                          Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1s)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2s)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.


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(3)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(4)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4s)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5s)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(7)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7s - 8s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS
(8)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(9)


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18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S.
(10)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(11 - 223)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11s - 234s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY)
(224 - 234)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(235 - 275)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235s - 279s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(276)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(277 - 279)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
(280 - 282)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280s - 283s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE


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(283)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY
(284)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284s)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(285)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285s - 286s)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN
(286)

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287s - 305s)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306s - 308s)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================



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Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

MUHSIN MUSA MATWALLI ATWAH
(20)
aka
Abdel Rahman al Muhajer
aka
Abdel Rahman
     defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)
18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1s)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2s)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4s)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5s)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF


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NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS
(6)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7s - 8s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11s - 234s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235s - 279s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280s - 283s)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284s)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285s - 286s)


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18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287s - 305s)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306s - 308s)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================



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Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

ANAS AL LIBY (21)
aka
Nazih al Raghie
aka
Anas al Sebai
     defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN
(1)

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Sections 2332(b).
(1s)

18:956.F CONSPIRACY TO INJURE
PROPERTY OF FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT - Title 18 USC
Sections 956(a)(1) and
(a)(2)(A). (2s)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
(3)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1) and
(a)(3).
(4s)

18:844A.F PENALTIES FOR
18:842A-I
(5)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5s)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS


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(6)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6s)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Sections 844(f)(1), (f)(3) and
2.
(7s - 8s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Section 2332(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(9s)

18:2332A.F KILLING A CITIZEN
OUTSIDE THE U.S. - Title 18
USC Sections a(a)(1), (a)(3)
and 2.
(10s)

18:930.F POSSESS W/INTENT/USE
IN CRIME (FEDERAL FACILITY) -
Title 18 USC Section 930(c),
1111 and 2.
(11s - 234s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1114 and 2.
(235s - 279s)

18:1111.F MURDER, FIRST DEGREE
- Title 18 USC Sections
1111, 1116 and 2.
(280s - 283s)

18:844H.F EXPLOSIVES USED IN
COMMISSION OF FELONY - Title
18 USC Sections 844(h)(1),
844(h)(2) and 2.
(284s)

18:924C.F VIOLENT
CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN -
Title 18 USC      Sections
924(c) and 2.
(285s - 286s)



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18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(287s - 305s)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY
(306s - 308s)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:
   NONE


========================



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Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

L'HOUSSIANE KHERCHTOU (22)
aka
Abu Talal
aka
"Talal"
aka
"Yusuf"
aka
"Joseph."
aka
"Jamal."
     defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN-18:2332(b)
Conspiracy to Kill United
States Nationals.
(1)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================
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Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

MOHAMED SULEIMAN AL NALFI (23)
aka
Nalfi
aka
Abu Musab
aka
Mohamed Suleiman Adam
      defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332B.F CONSPIRACY TO KILL
A U.S. CITIZEN - Title 18 USC
Section 2332(b).
(1)

18:1114.F PROTECTION OF
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF U.S.
-     Title 18 USC Sections
1114, 1116 and 1117.
(3)

18:844F.F PENALTIES - IF DEATH
RESULTS - Title 18 USC
Section 844(n).
(5)

18:2155A.F DESTRUCTION OF
NATIONAL DEFENSE MATERIALS -
Title 18 USC Section 2155(a)
and (b).
(6)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE
U. S. Attorneys:

  Patrick J. Fitzgerald


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  [COR LD NTC]
  Chief, Organized Crime and
  Terrorism
  Mary Jo White, United States
  Attorney
  Criminal Division
  One St. Andrew's Plaza
  New York, NY 10007
  USA
  (212) 637-1045



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9/14/98   1        COMPLAINT as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim in violation of 18
                   U.S.C. 2332 & 2332a. ( signed by Magistrate Judge James C.
                   Francis IV )
                   [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/14/98   2        ARREST WARRANT issued as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim.
                   [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/16/98   --       ARREST of Wadih El Hage.
                   [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   1        COMPLAINT as to Wadih El Hage in violation of 18 U.S.C.
                   1001. ( signed by Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV )
                   [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]
                   [Edit date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   2        CJA 23 Financial Affidavit as to Wadih El Hage : ( Signed by
                   Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV )
                   [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]
                   [Edit date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   3        CJA 20 as to Wadih El Hage : Appointment of Attorney Bruce
                   McIntyre. ( Signed by Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV
                   )
                   [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   4        NOTICE of Appearance for Wadih El Hage by Attorney Bruce
                McIntyre.
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]
                [Edit date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   --    First Appearance as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft appears
                with CJA atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                present for the gov't. Preliminary Examination set for
                10/1/98 for Wadih El Hage ; Detention Hearing set for 2:00
                9/21/98 for Wadih El Hage ; (Mag. Judge Francis, IV).
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/21/98   --    Detention hearing as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft appears
                with CJA atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                present for the gov't. Detention hearing adjourned on
                deft's request until 9/23/98 at 2:30 p.m. Deft to be
                detained until hearing. (Mag. Judge Pitman).
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/21/98   5     INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1-8, 9-11
                (Preliminary Examination cancelled.) (jm)
                [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/23/98   --    Detention hearing as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft present
                w/atty Bruce Mcintyre, AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present.
                Deft detained (Bernikow, MJ). (bh) [Entry date 09/24/98]



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9/23/98   6     ORDER OF DETENTION as to Wadih El Hage defendant has ties
                to other countries, risk of flight.( Signed by Magistrate
                Judge Leonard Bernikow ) (bh) [Entry date 09/24/98]

9/24/98   --    Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft. Hage pres.
                w/atty. Bruce McIntyre. AUSA, Patrick Fitzgerald and Ken
                Karas. Deft. Wadih El Hage (1) enters a plea of not guilty
                to count(s) 1-8, 9-11 before Magistrate Judge Leonard
                Bernikow. Case has been assigned to Judge Sprizzo for all
                purposes. Deft's. bail-status detained. (Magistrate Judge
                Bernikow) (ba) [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/24/98   --    PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage . Court accepts plea. Not
                Guilty: Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1-8, 9-11 (ba)
                [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/24/98   --    CASE assigned to Judge John E. Sprizzo (ba)
                [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/24/98   7     NOTICE of Appearance for Wadih El Hage by Attorney Bruce
                McIntyre. (ba) [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/25/98   3     ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, unsealing Complaint 98
                Mag. 2140. ( Signed by Judge Loretta A. Preska ); Copies
                mailed.
                [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/29/98   4     AMENDED COMPLAINT as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim in violation
                of 18 U.S.C. 2332A, 2332(b), 844(n), 2155. (Signed by Mag.
                Judge Douglas F. Eaton).
                [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/30/98]

9/29/98   5     AMENDED ARREST WARRANT issued as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim.
                [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/30/98]

10/1/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage held. Dft. present
                with atty. Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present.
                Case reassigned to Judge Sand. Dft. continued
                detained.....Eaton, J. (mb) [Entry date 10/06/98]
                [Edit date 10/06/98]

10/1/98   --    CASE reassigned to Judge Leonard B. Sand. (mb)
                [Entry date 10/07/98]

10/1/98   8     Pursuant to the memorandum of the Case Processing Asst. the
                above entitled action is reassigned to Judge Sand as to
                Wadih El Hage. Copies sent to attorney of record on 10/7/98.
                Documents received on 10/9/98 by Elizabeth Stanton. . (mb)
                [Entry date 10/07/98] [Edit date 10/14/98]



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10/7/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage held.   Deft. El Hage
                present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald and
                Ken Karas present. Conference held. Govt' will need a
                month to gather facts as to how much discovery time will be
                needed. Status conference set for 11/10/98 at 9:30 a.m.
                Gov't submit order excluding time thru Nov. 10, 1998. Deft.
                cont'd detained. Gov't will file a S-Ind this day. (rg)
                [Entry date 10/08/98]

10/7/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage set at 9:30 11/10/98
                for Wadih El Hage (rg) [Entry date 10/08/98]

10/7/98   11    (S1) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   9     ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Time is excluded from 10/7/98
                until 11/10/9 pursuant to the Speedy Trial Act and to
                Continue in Interests of Justice ( Signed by Judge Leonard
                B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mb) [Entry date 10/14/98]
10/8/98   --    First Appearance as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali held (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 before Judge Leonard B. Sand.
                Deft. El Hague present w/atty Bruce McIntyre, Esq. Deft.
                Odeh present w/atty Michael Young, Esq. Deft. Al-Owhali
                present w/atty Leonard Joy, Esq. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                and Kenneth Karas present. Interpreter Hassan Moawa
                (Arabic) present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned and pleads
                not guilty on each of counts 1 and 228 thru 238 as charged
                on S Indictment. Deft. Mohamed Odeh is arraigned on S
                Indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2 thru 227
                as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al'Owhali is
                arraigned on S-Ind. and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2
                thru 227 as charged. All defts remain detained. Govt'
                submit order excluding time thru 11/10/98. Further status
                conference on 11/10/98 at 9:30. (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg)
                [Entry date 10/30/98]



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10/8/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali set at 9:30 11/10/98 for
                Wadih El Hage, for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, for Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/9/98   6     AFFIDAVIT by USA as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim Re: in support
                of the request for an extradition of Mamdouh Mahmud Salim
                [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (vb) [Entry date 10/13/98]

10/9/98   10    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Time excluded from 10/7/98
                until 11/10/98 to Continue in Interests of Justice (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 10/14/98]

10/10/98 15     LETTER filed as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali From
                Leonard F. Joy, Dated 11/6/98, Addressed to: Patrick
                Fitzgerald,AUSA Re: Discovery Issues (mb)
                [Entry date 11/16/98]
11/4/98   13    (S2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Usama Bin
                Laden (5) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Muhammad Atef (6)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/4/98   16     Arrest WARRANT issued as to Usama Bin Laden (mb)
                [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/4/98   19     Arrest WARRANT issued as to Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (rg)
                [Entry date 11/19/98]

11/4/98   17    ARREST WARRANT issued as to Muhammad Atef (mr)
                [Entry date 06/10/99]

11/9/98   12    LETTER filed by USA, Dated 11/5/98, Addressed to: Hon.
                Leonard B. Sand Re: Status Update For The Court In Advance
                Of The Conference On Next Tuesday, November 10, 1998 At
                9:30am. (rag) [Entry date 11/09/98]



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11/10/98 --     Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s before Judge
                Leonard B. Sand. Conference and arraignments held. Deft.
                El Hage present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. Deft. Odeh present
                w/atty Michael A. Young. Deft. Al-Owhali present w/atty
                Leonard Joy. AUSA Patirck Fitzgerald present. AUSA Ken
                Kara present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned on S(2)
                indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and counts 228
                thur 238 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Sadeek Odeh is arraigned
                on S(2) indictment 98-1023 and pleads not guilty on counts
                1 thru 227 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali
                is arraigned on S(2) Ind. 98 cr 1023 and pleads not guilty
                on counts 1 thru 227 as charged. Conference held. First
                wave of discovery to be completed by early Feb. 99. Hearing
                to be held on 11/16/98 at 3 p.m. on prison conditions at
                MCC and on Government's right to make an application for
                protective order under R-16(d). Further conference 1/14/99
                at 10 a.m. Govt. submit order excluding time thru 1/14/99.
                All (3) defts' cont'd remanded. Interpreter Fouad Kheir
                (Arabic) present. (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/10/98 --     PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s,
                4s-227s (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/10/98 14     LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef   From Michael A. Young, Dated
                11/5/98, Addressed to: Mr. Fitzgerald Re: objecting to
                the Special Administration Measures which were issued
                regarding our clients on or about 10/22/98. (mr)
                [Entry date 11/13/98]

11/16/98 --     Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. Defendant El Hage
                present with attorney Bruce McIntyre. Defendant Odeh
                present with attorney Michael A. Young. Defendant
                Al-'Owhali present with attorny Leonard Joy and David I.
                Bruck. Hearing begun on conditions of confinement at MCC
                and proposed protective order, and adjourned to 11/17/98.
                Also present Dominique Raia, attorney for MCC, and Warden
                Dennis Hasty. (mr) [Entry date 11/20/98]



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11/17/98 --     Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. No defendants
                present. Bruce McIntyre present for defendant El Hage.
                Leonard Joy and Davd Bruck present for defendant
                Al-'Owhali. Michael Young, Esq present for defendant Oden.
                AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present. Count concludes that it is
                satisfied that conditions at 10-south (at MCC) are not
                worse that conditions at 9-south and in some respects more
                comfortable. Measures are reasonably based on security
                needs and needs of the institution. Government submits
                amended order revising S.A.M. conditions. (mr)
                [Entry date 11/20/98]

11/17/98 21     Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 11/12/98 to Judge
                Sand from Leonard F. Joy, Esq. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali. Re: Request that the Court appoint David Bruck
                pro hac vice for purposes of representing the dft. in this
                case.   Application granted. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (mb) [Entry date 11/30/98]

11/18/98 18     TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                for dates of 9/23/98. (mr) [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/19/98 20     SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef (da)
                [Entry date 11/20/98]

12/4/98   22    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh, and Mohamed Daoud Al-'Owhali on 10/8/98. (kw)
                [Entry date 12/08/98]

12/4/98   23    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Wadih El Hage on 10/7/98. (kw) [Entry date 12/09/98]



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12/10/98 25     ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that the Government shall
                produce copies of the grand jury tesimony of El Hage to
                Bruce McIntyre, counsel for defendant El Hage, Michael
                Young, counsel for defendant Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, and
                Leonard Joy, counsel for defendant Mohamed Rached Daoud
                Al-Owhalu., that these grand jury materials shall be kept
                securely in the offices of counsel named inthe proceeding
                paragraph and shall not be further disseminated by defense
                counsel to anyone until further order of this Court.,
                that, pending further order of this Court, any papers to
                be served upon the Court by the defense which includes
                copies of, or otherwise refer to, such grand jury
                materials, shall be filed under seal., and that, pending
                further order of the Court, any papers served by the
                defense in concformity with the preceding paragraph defense
                shall be filed under seal. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 12/17/98]

12/11/98 24     Filed Appointment of and Authority to pay court appointed
                counsel David I. Buck in a Death Penalty Proceeding as to
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (mr) [Entry date 12/14/98]

12/14/98 --     Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held; Deft El Hage present
                w/atty Bruce McIntyre. Deft Odeh pres w/atty Michael A.
                Young. Deft Al-Owhali present w/atty Leonard Joy -
                Conference held on issue of protective order and prison
                conditions. Gov't submit proposed order on issue of
                protective order. Further conference in January on a date
                to be announced. All defts detained. (bw)
                [Entry date 12/17/98]

12/14/98 26     ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali; regarding amendments to the
                Special Administrative Measures imposed by the Warden of
                the MCC ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (emil) [Entry date 12/21/98]
12/16/98 31     (S3) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1sss, 228sss-235sss, 236sss-238sss, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1ss, 2ss-3ss, 4ss-216ss, 217ss-227ss,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1ss, 2ss-3ss, 4ss-216ss,
                217ss-227ss, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s)
                1ss, 2ss-3ss, 4ss-216ss, 217ss-227ss, Usama Bin Laden (5)
                count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-216s, 217s-227s, Muhammad Atef (6)
                count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-216s, 217s-227s, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil (7) count(s) 1, 3, 217-227, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                (8) count(s) 1, 3, 217-227, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (9)
                count(s) 1, 3, 217-227, Fahid Mohammed Msalam (10) count(s)
                1, 3, 217-227, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (11) count(s) 1,
                3, 217-227 (rg) [Entry date 01/14/99]



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12/16/98 --     ORAL ORDER as to Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam,
                Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan , A bench warrent has been
                issued for the above stated defendants. ( Entered by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (mr) [Entry date 06/10/99]

12/17/98 27     PROTECTIVE ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef; regarding
                procedures that will govern the handling of discovery
                materials produced by the Government ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (emil)
                [Entry date 12/28/98]

12/20/98 --     ARREST of Mamdouh Mahmud Salim. Arrested in Munich on
                9/16/98.
                [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 12/22/98]

12/21/98 7      CJA 23 Financial Affidavit as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim : (
                Signed by Magistrate Judge Ronald L. Ellis )
                [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 12/22/98]

12/21/98 8      CJA 20 as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim : Appointment of Attorney
                Paul J. McAllister. ( Signed by Magistrate Judge Ronald L.
                Ellis )
                [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 12/22/98]

12/21/98 --     First Appearance as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim held. Deft
                appears with CJA atty Paul McAllister. AUSA Pat Fitzgerald
                present for the gov't. Consent to detention without
                prejudice. Preliminary Examination set for 1/8/99 for
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim ; (Mag. Judge Ellis).
                [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 12/22/98]

12/21/98 9      ORDER OF DETENTION as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim ( Signed by
                Magistrate Judge Ronald L. Ellis )
                [ 1:98-m -2140 ] (gq) [Entry date 12/22/98]

1/6/99    35    (S4) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ssss, 228ssss-235ssss, 236ssss-238ssss, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed (2) count(s) 1sss, 2sss, 3sss,
                4sss-216sss, 217sss-227sss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3)
                count(s) 1sss, 2sss, 3sss, 4sss-216sss, 217sss-227sss,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1sss, 2sss,
                3sss, 4sss-216sss, 217sss-227sss, Usama Bin Laden (5)
                count(s) 1ss, 2ss, 3ss, 4ss-216ss, 217ss-227ss, Muhammad
                Atef (6) count(s) 1ss, 2ss, 3ss, 4ss-216ss, 217ss-227ss,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil (7) count(s) 1s, 3s, 217s-227s,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s) 1s, 3s, 217s-227s,
                Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (9) count(s) 1s, 3s, 217s-227s,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam (10) count(s) 1s, 3s, 217s-227s,
                Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (11) count(s) 1s, 3s, 217s-227s,
                  Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12) count(s) 1 (mr)
                [Entry date 02/03/99]


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1/7/99    28    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali for dates of 11/17/98. (jp)
                [Entry date 01/07/99]

1/7/99    29    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                for dates of November 16, 1998 before the Hon. Leonard B.
                Sand (djc) [Entry date 01/12/99]

1/7/99    30    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                filed before Judge Sand for dates of November 10, 1998.
(sac)
                [Entry date 01/12/99]

1/14/99   --    Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ssss, 228ssss-235ssss, 236ssss-238ssss before
                Judge Leonard B. Sand. Deft. Wadih El Hage present w/atty
                Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald, Kenneth Karros and
                Michael Garcia. Interpreter Andre Codouni. Deft. El Hage
                is arraigned on S(4) Ind. 98 cr 1023 and pleads not guilty
                on counts 1 and 228 thru 235 as charged. Bulk of Govt.
                discovery by mid-February 99. Further status conference on
                4/15/99 at 9:30 a.m. Govt. submit order excluding time
                thru 4/15/99. Deft. cont'd detained. (rg)
                [Entry date 02/03/99]
1/14/99   --    PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage . Court accepts plea. Not
                Guilty: Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1ssss, 228ssss-235ssss,
                236ssss-238ssss (rg) [Entry date 02/03/99]

1/14/99   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage set at 9:30 4/15/99
                for Wadih El Hage (rg) [Entry date 02/03/99]

1/14/99   --    Arraignment as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh held Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3) count(s) 1sss, 2sss, 3sss, 4sss-216sss,
                217sss-227sss before Judge Leonard B. Sand. Deft. Odeh
                present w/atty Michael Young. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                Kenneth Karas and Michael Garcia. Interpreter Andre
                Codouni. Deft. Odeh is arraigned on S(4) Ind and pleads not
                guilty on each of counts 1 thru 227 as charged. Bulk of
                Govt discovery by mid-February 99. Further status
                conference on 4/15/99 at 9:30 a.m. Govt. submit order
                excluding time thru 4/15/99. Deft. cont'd detained. (rg)
                [Entry date 02/03/99]

1/14/99   --    PLEA entered by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh . Court accepts plea.
                Not Guilty: Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1sss, 2sss,
                3sss, 4sss-216sss, 217sss-227sss (rg) [Entry date 02/03/99]



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1/14/99   --    Status conference as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh set at 9:30
                4/15/99 for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (rg) [Entry date 02/03/99]

1/14/99   --    Arraignment as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1sss, 2sss,
                3sss, 4sss-216sss, 217sss-227sss before Judge Leonard B.
                Sand. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Dsoud Al-Owhali present
                w/attys' Leonard Joy, LAS, David Bruck and Robert Tucker,
                Esqs. Interpreter Andre Codouni. Deft. Al-Owhali is
                arraigned on S(4) Ind. 98 cr 1023 and pleads not guilty on
                each of counts 1 thru 227 as charged. Bulk of Govt
                discovery by mid-Feburary 99. Further status confernece on
                4/15/99 at 9:30 a.m. Govt. submit order excluding time
                thru 4/15/99. Deft. cont'd detained. (rg)
                [Entry date 02/03/99]

1/14/99   --    PLEA entered by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court
                accepts plea. Not Guilty: Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                (4) count(s) 1sss, 2sss, 3sss, 4sss-216sss, 217sss-227sss
                (rg) [Entry date 02/03/99]

1/14/99   --    Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                set at 9:30 4/15/99 for Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (rg)
                [Entry date 02/03/99]
1/14/99   --    Arraignment as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim held Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12) count(s) 1 before Judge Leonard B. Sand. Deft.
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim present w/atty Paul J. McAllister.
                AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald, Kenneth Karos and Michael Garcia.
                Interpreter Andre Codouni. Deft. Salim is arraigned on
                superseding (4) indictment 98 cr 1023 and pleads not guilty
                on count 1 as charged. Bulk of Govt. discovery by
                mid-February 99. Further status conference on 4/15/99 at
                9:30 a.m. Govt. to sumbit order excluding time thru
                4/15/99. Deft. cont'd detained. (rg) [Entry date 02/03/99]

1/14/99   --    PLEA entered by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim . Court accepts plea.
                Not Guilty: Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12) count(s) 1 (rg)
                [Entry date 02/03/99]

1/14/99   --    Status conference as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim set at 9:30
                4/15/99 for Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (rg) [Entry date 02/03/99]



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1/15/99   32    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan. Purs. to the Speedy
                Trial Act, 18 USC Sec. 3161(h)(8)(A), and the consent of
                the defts, all time running from 1/14/99, until 4/15/99,
                shall be excluded from the time within which trial must
                commence in this case, the Court having found that the ends
                of justice served by this exclusion outweigh the best
                interests of the public and defts in a speedy trial (
                Signed by Judge Whitman Knapp, Part I ); Copies mailed.
                (emil) [Entry date 01/21/99]

1/28/99   33    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (kb)
                [Entry date 01/28/99]

2/1/99    36    ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh. Pursuant to 18 USC Sec.
                3005 and 21 USC Sec. 848(q)(4), Carl J. Herman, Esq. shall
                be assigned to represent Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, along with
                Michael A. Young, previously appointed by this Court.
                Because of the complexity of the deft's trial, the expected
                length of trial in this case, and the anticipated hardship
                on counsel in undertaking representation full-time for such
                a period without compensation, purs. to paragraph 2.30 B of
                the Guidelines for the Adminstration of the Criminal
                Justice Act, counsel shall submit to this Court, every
                thirty days, an interim CJA Form 30. ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (emil)
                [Entry date 02/04/99]

2/2/99    34    Copy of LETTER addressed to Michael Young, Esq. from
                Patrick J. Fitzgerald, AUSA, dated 11/13/98. Re: submitted
                in response to Mr. Young's letters of 11/5/98 and 11/11/98,
                concerning the conditions of confinement of the three defts
                in this case and, in particular, the restrictions imposed
                by the Special Administrative Measures. (emil)
                [Entry date 02/02/99]

2/2/99    --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage held. (S4 98 Cr.
                1023) Deft El Hage present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSAs
                Patrick Fitzgerald and Kenneth Karas present. Conference
                held. Deft seeks permission to contact his mosque, the
                Islamic Society of Arlington, Tx. and as to whether the
                Mosque would consider a bail package on behalf of
                defendant. Bail hearing set for 2/8/99 at 10 a.m. Deft
                cont'd detained. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 02/17/99]



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2/2/99    --    ORAL ORDER as to Wadih El Hage , Bail hearing set for
                2/8/99 at 10 a.m. ( Entered by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 02/17/99]

2/8/99    --    Bail hearing as to Wadih El Hage held. (S4 98 Cr. 1023)
                Deft El Hage present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSAs Patrick
                Fitzgerald and Kenneth Karas present. Bail hearing held.
                Court denies deft El Hage's application for bail, both as
                to risk of flight and danger to community. Remanded. ( Held
                before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 02/17/99]

2/9/99    37    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden,
                Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam,
                Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim for dates
                of 12/14/98. (jp) [Entry date 02/16/99]

2/23/99   38    CJA 30 as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh Death Penalty Proceedings:
                Appointment of and authority to pay Court Appointed Counsel
                Michael R. Young ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (mb)
                [Entry date 02/24/99]

2/23/99   39    CJA 30 Death Penalty Proceeding as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh :
                Appointment of and authority to pay court appointed
                counsel. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (mb)
                [Entry date 02/24/99]

3/2/99    40    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim (af) [Entry date 03/02/99]

3/9/99    41    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Usama Bin Laden
                filed before Judge Sand for dates of 1/14/99. (sac)
                [Entry date 03/11/99]

3/15/99   --    Pre-Trial Conference as to (S4 98 Cr. 1023 -1) Wadih El
                Hage held. Deft El Hage present w/attorney Bruce McIntyre,
                AUSAs Patrick Fitzgerald, Ken Karas and Michael Garcia -
                Conference held. Deft moves to have his present attorney
                Bruce McIntyre substituted and new counsel be appointed.
                Court grants deft's motion, no objection from Government.
                Sam Schmidt, CJA attorney on assignment this day is
                assigned to represent El Hage. Deft continued detained. (
                Held before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 03/18/99]

3/15/99   --    ORAL ORDER as to (S4 98 Cr. 1023 -1) Wadih El Hage ,
                substituting attorney: terminated attorney Bruce McIntyre
                for Wadih El Hage, Added Sam A. Schmidt.    ( Entered by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 03/18/99]


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3/16/99   42    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, substituting attorney Bruce
                McIntyre, Esq. terminated Added Sam A Schmidt ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/25/99]

3/17/99   43    Filed Memo-Endorsement letter addressed to Judge Batts from
                Wadih El Hage, dated 3/10/99. granting substitution of
                attorney McIntyre ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 03/26/99]

3/26/99   44    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim (da) [Entry date 03/29/99]

3/30/99   45    CJA 20 as to Wadih El Hage : Appointment of Attorney Sam
                Schmidt.( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (mr)
                [Entry date 03/30/99]
3/31/99   46    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage (S4 98 Cr. 1023 -1). It is
                hereby ORDERED that attorney Deborah I. Meyer shall be
                included in the term "attorney" for all matters referred to
                in the SAM (Special Administrative Measures) and orders of
                this court. Dated: 3/30/99. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 04/09/99]

4/12/99   47    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim (af) [Entry date 04/13/99]

4/12/99   48    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Usama Bin Laden,
                Muhammad Atef, Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali before
                Judge Leonard B. Sand for dates of February 8, 1999 at
                10:25 A.M. (sn) [Entry date 04/15/99]

4/12/99   50    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage
                before Judge Leonard B. Sand for dates of February 2, 1999
                at 10:15 A.M. (sn) [Entry date 04/16/99]



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4/14/99   49    REDACTED LETTER filed by USA as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim From Patrick J. Fitzgerald, Dated
                4/14/99, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: To provide a status
                update for the Court and Counsel in advance of the
                conference on Thursday 4/15/99 at 9:30 AM. (sl)
                [Entry date 04/15/99]

4/15/99   --    Pre-Trial Conference (S4 98 Cr. 1023) as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12), Wadih El Hage (1), Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3),
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) held. ..... Deft SALIM
                present w/attorney Paul McAllister. Deft EL HAGE present
                w/attorney Sam Schmidt. Deft ODEH present w/attorneys
                Michael Young and Carl J. Herman. Deft AL-OWHAL present
                w/attorneys Leonard Joy and David Bruck. Interpreter Andre
                Codouni present. Conference held. Attorney for deft ODEH
                motion objecting to need for a security clearance as to
                certain certified documents is to be filed by 5/17/99; Gov't
                response by 6/2/99 and any further reply by 6/9/99; Status
                conference and Oral argument on 6/22/99 at 10 a.m. Gov't
                submit order excluding time thru 6/22/99. All defts
                continued remanded. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 04/20/99] [Edit date 04/20/99]

4/15/99   --    ORAL ORDER (S4 98 Cr. 1023) as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim
                (12), Wadih El Hage (1), Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3), Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) , SET scheduling order
                deadlines: Motion (objecting to need for a security
                clearance as to certain certified documents) Filing to
                5/17/99 Mohamed Sadeek Odeh ; Response to motion deadline
                6/2/99 USA ; Reply to response to motion deadline 6/9/99
                for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh ; Status Conference for 10:00 a.m.
                6/22/99 for Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, for Wadih El Hage, for
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, for Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali.
                 ( Entered by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 04/20/99]

4/15/99   52    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Time excluded from 4/15/99 until 6/22/99 to Continue in
                Interests of Justice ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 04/22/99]



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4/21/99   51    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim (kb) [Entry date 04/21/99]

5/12/99   53    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Wadih El Hage for dates of 3/15/99. (jp)
                [Entry date 05/12/99]

5/13/99   54    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage (af)
                [Entry date 05/14/99]

5/19/99   55    (S5) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1sssss, 228sssss-235sssss, 236sssss, 237sssss,
                238sssss, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (2) count(s) 1ssss,
                2ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss-216ssss, 217ssss-227ssss, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1ssss, 2ssss, 3ssss,
                4ssss-216ssss, 217ssss-227ssss, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1ssss, 2ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss-216ssss,
                217ssss-227ssss, Usama Bin Laden (5) count(s) 1sss, 2sss,
                3sss, 4sss-216sss, 217sss-227sss, Muhammad Atef (6)
                count(s) 1sss, 2sss, 3sss, 4sss-216sss, 217sss-227sss,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil (7) count(s) 1ss, 3ss, 217ss-227ss,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s) 1ss, 3ss, 217ss-227ss,
                Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (9) count(s) 1ss, 3ss, 217ss-227ss,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam (10) count(s) 1ss, 3ss, 217ss-227ss,
                Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (11) count(s) 1ss, 3ss,
                217ss-227ss, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12) count(s) 1s, Ali
                Mohamed (13) count(s) 1 (mr) [Entry date 06/23/99]

5/24/99   56    ORDER as to Ali Mohamed, Time excluded from 5/24/99 until
                6/22/99 to Continue in Interests of Justice ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 06/23/99]

5/25/99   58    Filed Defense Memorandum of Security Clearance as to
                Mohamed Odeh. (mr) [Entry date 06/04/99]

5/27/99   --    First Appearance as to Ali Mohamed   held (mr)
                [Entry date 06/23/99]

5/27/99   --    Arraignment as to Ali Mohamed held Ali Mohamed (13)
                count(s) 1 before Judge Leonard B. Sand (mr)
                [Entry date 06/23/99]

5/27/99   --    PLEA entered by Ali Mohamed . Court accepts plea. Not
                Guilty: Ali Mohamed (13) count(s) 1 (mr)
                [Entry date 06/23/99]



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6/2/99    59    ORDER as to Ali Mohamed, that the sealing order issued by
                Judge Scheindlin on 1/15/99 is amended as follows: (1) All
                sealed documents filed and docketed and all sealed
                proceedings docketed in the case of U.S. v Jone Doe,
                98m2332 through 5/28/99 shall remain sealed until further
                order of this Court. (2) Redacted copies of the sealed
                submissions filed and docketed in the case of U.S. v John
                Doe, 98m2332, shall be publicly filed and docketed. The
                redacted copies of these documents are attached hereto. The
                copies of these submissions shall remain in their present
                redacted form until further order of this Court. (3) A
                redacted copy of the transcript of the tape recording of
                the presentment of Mohamed before Magistrate Judge Andrew
                J. Pck on 9/11/98 is to be publicly filed. A copy of this
                redacted trancript is attached hereto. The copy of this
                transcript is to remain in its present redactd form until
                further order of this Court., and that this order shall
                be publicly filed and docketed in the case US v. John Doe
                98m2332 and U.S. v. Usama Bin Laden., S(5) 98cr1023 (LBS).
                ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 06/14/99]

6/4/99    57    AFFIRMATION by AUSA Kenneth M. Karas as to Ali Mohamed with
                attached accompanying papers. This affiramtion is submitted
                in support of a proposed order to unseal portions of
                certain submissions and proceedings relating to deft. Ali
                Mohamed. (rg) [Entry date 06/04/99]

6/8/99    65    RESPONSE by U.S.A. re as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed opposing Security Clearences. (mr)
                [Entry date 06/23/99]

6/8/99    66    AFFIRMATION signed by A.U.S.A. Kenneth M. Karas as to
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh Re: providing background facts relevnt
                to the Government's memorandum in opposition to the motion
                of the defendant Mohamed Sadeek Adeh seeking a ruling that
                counsel for Odeh need no obtain a security clearence prior
                to receiving classified information. (mr)
                [Entry date 06/23/99]

6/9/99    60    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim, Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali before Judge Leonard B. Sand for dates of
                April 15, 1999 at 9:45 A.M. (sn) [Entry date 06/14/99]



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6/14/99   61    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed (kb) [Entry date 06/15/99]

6/14/99   62    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed (kb) [Entry date 06/15/99]

6/14/99   63    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed (kb) [Entry date 06/15/99]

6/14/99   64    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage (S5 98 Cr. 1023 -1), having been
                detained under the Special Administrative Measures (SAM)
                pursuant to 28 Code of Federal Regulations, Sections 501.3
                as modified by the orders of this court; it is hereby
                Ordered, that the SAM is modified to permit a contact visit
                between the defendant, WADIH EL HAGE and his wife, April
                Ray and their children at the same time in the Metropolitan
                Correctional Center that shall consist of two days within a
                period of three days; and it is further Ordered that
                WADIH EL HAGE will be permitted to speak Arabic to his
                children; and it is further Ordered, that the United
                States Bureau of Prisons may strip search the defendant,
                WADIH EL HAGE, prior to and subsequent to the contact
                visit; and it is further Ordered, that at the discretion
                of the Bureau of Prisons, they may require an approved
                Arabic interpreter to be present in the visiting room
                during the contact visits. ( Signed on 6/14/99 by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 06/21/99]

6/16/99   73    (S6 - Part 1 of 2 ) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Ayman Al
                Zawahiri (14) count(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-233,
                234-235, 236-237, 238-239, 240-241, 242, 243-244, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (15) count(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 6.; Added defendants:
                Ayman Al Zawahiri (14) & Khaled Al Fawwaz (15); [ Due to too
                many counts on S6, it was broken down into 2 parts to be
                entered on the docket. ] (dcap) [Entry date 07/08/99]
                [Edit date 07/09/99]



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6/16/99   73    (S6 - Part 2 of 2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El
                Hage (1) count(s) 1ssssss, 2ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss,
                5ssssss, 6ssssss, 245ssssss-264ssssss, 265ssssss-267ssssss,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (2) count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss,
                5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss-8sssss, 9sssss-10sssss,
                11sssss-233sssss, 234sssss-235sssss, 236sssss-237sssss,
                238sssss-239sssss, 240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss,
                243sssss-244sssss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1sssss,
                3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss-8sssss,
                9sssss-10sssss, 11sssss-233sssss, 234sssss-235sssss,
                236sssss-237sssss, 238sssss-239sssss, 240sssss-241sssss,
                242sssss, 243sssss-244sssss, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                (4) count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss,
                7sssss-8sssss, 9sssss-10sssss, 11sssss-233sssss,
                234sssss-235sssss, 236sssss-237sssss, 238sssss-239sssss,
                240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss, 243sssss-244sssss, Usama Bin
                Laden (5) count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss,
                7ssss-8ssss, 9ssss-10ssss, 11ssss-233ssss, 234ssss-235ssss,
                236ssss-237ssss, 238ssss-239ssss, 240ssss-241ssss, 242ssss,
                243ssss-244ssss, Muhammad Atef (6) count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss,
                4ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss, 7ssss-8ssss, 9ssss-10ssss,
                11ssss-233ssss, 234ssss-235ssss, 236ssss-237ssss,
                238ssss-239ssss, 240ssss-241ssss, 242ssss, 243ssss-244ssss,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil (7) count(s) 1sss, 3sss, 4sss, 5sss,
                6sss, 7sss-8sss, 9sss-10sss, 11sss-233sss, 234sss-235sss,
                236sss-237sss, 238sss-239sss, 240sss-241sss, 242sss,
                243sss-244sss, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s) 1sss,
                3sss, 4sss, 5sss, 6sss, 7sss-8sss, 9sss-10sss, 11sss-233sss,
                234sss-235sss, 236sss-237sss, 238sss-239sss, 240sss-241sss,
                242sss, 243sss-244sss, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (9) count(s)
                1sss, 3sss, 4sss, 5sss, 6sss, 7sss-8sss, 9sss-10sss,
                11sss-233sss, 234sss-235sss, 236sss-237sss, 238sss-239sss,
                240sss-241sss, 242sss, 243sss-244sss, Fahid Mohammed Msalam
                (10) count(s) 1sss, 3sss, 4sss, 5sss, 6sss, 7sss-8sss,
                9sss-10sss, 11sss-233sss, 234sss-235sss, 236sss-237sss,
                238sss-239sss, 240sss-241sss, 242sss, 243sss-244sss, Sheikh
                Ahmed Salim Swedan (11) count(s) 1sss, 3sss, 4sss, 5sss,
                6sss, 7sss-8sss, 9sss-10sss, 11sss-233sss, 234sss-235sss,
                236sss-237sss, 238sss-239sss, 240sss-241sss, 242sss,
                243sss-244sss, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12) count(s) 1ss, 3ss,
                4ss, 5ss, 6ss, Ali Mohamed (13) count(s) 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s,
                6s; [ Due to too many counts on S6, it was broken down into
                two parts to be entered on the docket. ] (dcap)
                [Entry date 07/09/99] [Edit date 07/09/99]

6/16/99   --    ORAL ORDER (on S6 98 Cr. 1023 -) as to Usama Bin Laden (5),
                Muhammad Atef (6), Ayman Al Zawahiri (14), Khaled Al Fawwaz
                (15), Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (2), Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil
                (7), Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (9), Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                (8), Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam (10), Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan (11). .... Filed superseding Indictment (S6). A/W
                issued as to the above named defendants. ( Held before
                Judge Grubin ) Swedan ,   ( Entered by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 07/09/99]


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6/17/99   67    Defense Reply MEMORANDUM by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) (by
                attorney Michael Young, Esq., on Security Clearance.
                (Certificate of Service attached.) (bw)
                [Entry date 06/28/99]

6/22/99   --    Arraignment (S6 98 Cr. 1023 -) as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim
                (12), Ali Mohamed (13), Wadih El Hage (1), Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3), Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) held: Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim (12) count(s) 1ss, 3ss, 4ss, 5ss, 6ss, Ali
                Mohamed (13) count(s) 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, Wadih El Hage
                (1) count(s) 1ssssss, 2ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss,
                6ssssss, 245ssssss-264ssssss, 265ssssss-267ssssss, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss,
                6sssss, 7sssss-8sssss, 9sssss-10sssss, 11sssss-233sssss,
                234sssss-235sssss, 236sssss-237sssss, 238sssss-239sssss,
                240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss, 243sssss-244sssss, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud (4) count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss,
                6sssss, 7sssss-8sssss, 9sssss-10sssss, 11sssss-233sssss,
                234sssss-235sssss, 236sssss-237sssss, 238sssss-239sssss,
                240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss, 243sssss-244sssss. ..... Deft
                SALIM (12) present w/atty Paul McAllister.; Deft ALI
                MOHAMED (13) present w/atty James Roth.; Deft EL HAGE (1)
                present w/atty Sam Schmidt.; Deft ODEH (3) present w/attys
                Michael Young & Cael J. Herman.; Deft AL-'OWHALI (4)
                present w/atty Leonard Joy.; AUSAs Patrick Fitzgerald, Ken
                Karas, Michael Garcia, Paul Butler present.; Arabic
                Interpreter Mohsen Fhawarby.; Deft SALIM (12) is arraigned
                on S6 Indictment and pleads Not Guilty on counts 1, and 3
                thru 6 as charged.; Deft ALI MOHAMED (13) is arraigned and
                pleads Not Guilty on counts 1,2,3,4,5 & 6 as charged.; Deft
                EL HAGE (1) is arraigned on S6 Indictment and pleads Not
                Guilty on counts 1 thru 6, and 245 thru 267 as charged.;
                Deft ODEH (13) is arraigned on S6 Indictment and pleads Not
                Guilty on counts 1, and 3 thru 244 as charged.; Deft
                AL-'OWHALI (4) is arraigned on S6 Indictment and pleads Not
                Guilty as charged, that is, counts 1, and 3 thru 244.;
                Conference held - all discovery of non-classified material
                has been produced. Timing of death penalty submissions to
                be determined by defts' attys. Oral argument held on atty
                Michael Young's motion re: Security Clearance and
                concluded. Decision reserved. Further conference 9/28/99 at
                9:30 a.m. All defts continued remanded. ( Held before Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 07/09/99]



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6/22/99   --    PLEA (on S6 98 Cr. 1023 -) entered by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim
                (12), Ali Mohamed (13), Wadih El Hage (1), Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3), Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4). Court
                accepts plea. Not Guilty: Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12)
                count(s) 1ss, 3ss, 4ss, 5ss, 6ss, Ali Mohamed (13) count(s)
                1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1ssssss,
                2ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssss,
                245ssssss-264ssssss, 265ssssss-267ssssss, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3) count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss,
                7sssss-8sssss, 9sssss-10sssss, 11sssss-233sssss,
                234sssss-235sssss, 236sssss-237sssss, 238sssss-239sssss,
                240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss, 243sssss-244sssss, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss,
                4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss-8sssss, 9sssss-10sssss,
                11sssss-233sssss, 234sssss-235sssss, 236sssss-237sssss,
                238sssss-239sssss, 240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss,
                243sssss-244sssss. (bw) [Entry date 07/09/99]

6/22/99   --    ORAL ORDER (on S6 98 Cr. 1023 -) as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12), Ali Mohamed (13), Wadih El Hage (1), Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh (3), Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) ,
                SET pre-trial conference for 9:30 a.m. 9/28/99 for Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, for Ali Mohamed, for Wadih El Hage, for
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, for Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali.
                 ( Entered by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 07/09/99]

6/24/99   68    ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Wadih El
                Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                to Continue in Interests of Justice. Time excluded from
                June 22, 1999, until September 23, 1999. ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg) [Entry date 07/02/99]

6/29/99   --    Pre-Trial Conference as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft
                present w/atty Sam Schmidt, Patrick Fitzgerald, Kan Karas,
                Paul Butler. Publication of deft El Hage's ltr to court
                and his family visitation rights. Court finds no
                particular need to have the El Hage letter docketed &
                published. Atty Schmidt may prepare a paraphrase of the
                letter and give to Govt, and if govt has not objection it
                can be made public. As to visitation rights. govt's
                request that family visitiation rights be allowed, but with
                no physical contact is granted. Govt previous order of
                6/14/99 is cancelled without prejudice, to making of
                another similar order. All future visitation rights will
                be non-contact. Deft continued detained. (sl)
                [Entry date 07/27/99]

6/30/99   69    LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh From
                AUSA, Dated 6/21/99, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re:
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (sl) [Entry date 07/06/99]



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6/30/99   70    LETTER filed as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh   From Michael
                Young, Esq., Dated 6/24/99, Addressed to: Hon. Leonard B.
                Sand Re: Security Clearance (rag) [Entry date 07/07/99]

6/30/99   71    AFFIRMATION as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh by Michael A. Young,
                Esq. Re: Security Clearance. (rag) [Entry date 07/07/99]

6/30/99   74    OPINION # 82515 as (S6 98 Cr. 1023 -all) to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz. CONCLUSION: On the facts of
                this case, there can be no serious question about the need
                of some inquiry into counsels' backgrounds and we have no
                difficulty choosing between the competing methods proposed
                by the parties. We find unacceptable the contention of
                counsel for ODEH that it would be preferable for the Court
                to direct that an investigation of counsel be conducted but
                that he not be required to cooperate or give answers to
                specific background questions. The goal should not be to
                establish how time-consuming and expensive an
                investigation, conducted without the subjects' cooperation,
                might prove to be. The Department of Justice
                ("DOJ")-initiated procedure offers a far more efficient
                mechanism for resolving clearance questions and it evinces
                a greater respect for the rights asserted in the Moving
                Defendants' briefs. We have considered all of the Moving
                Defendants' contentions, as well as those offered by
                counsel for Defendant Odeh, and find them to be without
                merit. Accordingly, both Motions are denied. The Court
                directs that the parties confer regarding possible
                alterations to the protective order that might more clearly
                spell out the highly confidential nature of counsels'
                clearance applications and the methods that will be
                undertaken to insure that no information regarding these
                applications is disclosed to anyone in the prosecution
                team. See, e.g., United States v. Musa, 833 F.Supp. 752,
                756 (E.D. Mo. 1993). The Court further directs the
                Government to inquire about the feasibility of modifying
                Standard Form 86 in any ways that might minimize needless
                intrusion into Defense counsels' backgrounds. Although the
                Department of Justice may believe that every aspect of its
                review procedure is essential, counsel are not seeking
                Government employment and it is conceivable that certain
                portions of the clearance can be modified. Finally, the
                parties should confer and contact the Court with a proposed
                date for a conference during the week of July 12, at which
                time the Court can consider any outstanding issues with
                respect to the protective order. ( Signed on 6/30/99 by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 07/09/99]



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7/2/99   72     AFFIRMATION by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh as to Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh Re: Security Clearance. (rag) [Entry date 07/07/99]

7/8/99   76     AMENDED ORDER as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Mamdouh Mahmud Salim
                (12), Ali Mohamed (13), Wadih El Hage (1), Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3), Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4). It is hereby
                ORDERED, that pursuant to the Speedy Trial Act, 18 U.S.C.
                Section 3161(h)(8)(A), and the consent of the defendants,
                all time running from June 22, 1999, until September 28,
                1999, shall be excluded from the time within which trial
                must commence in the above-captioned case, the Court having
                found that the ends of justice served by this exclusion
                outweigh the best interests of the public and the defendants
                in a speedy trial. ( Signed on 7/8/99 by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 07/14/99]
                [Edit date 07/14/99]

7/12/99   75    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage (af)
                [Entry date 07/12/99]

7/15/99   --    Pre-Trial Conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim, Ali Mohamed held. All 5 defts' waive their
                appearance. Sam Schmidt Esq present for El Hage, Paul
                McAllister present for Salim, James Roth present for Ali
                Mohamed, Michael Toring & Carl J Herman present for deft
                Odeh. James Roth present in lieu of Leonard Joy for deft
                Al- Onhali. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald, Ken Karas. Also
                present Charlse L Alliman & James Londergan Dept of Justice
                security office. Court considered charge made to security
                clearance Process and certain deft's atty continuing
                objections to the process. All counsel either have
                submitted or are likely to submit clearance forms not
                withstanding their objections parties to advise court of
                status next week. (sl) [Entry date 07/27/99]

7/27/99   77    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that the United States Marshal
                and the Warden of the Metropolitan Correctional Center
                shall provide a suitable place for the administration of
                said examination, such place to consist of a private room
                without distraction of noise, a small table and chairs.,
                and that Stuart Grassian, M.D., be permitted to enter said
                institution for the purpose of examining the defendant on
                8/11/99. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (mr) [Entry date 07/27/99]



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7/29/99   78    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Filed
                PROTECTIVE ORDER to prevent the unauthorized disclosure or
                dissemination of classifed national security information
                and documents belonging to the United States Government
                which may be reviewed by, made available to, or may
                otherwise come to be in the possession of the defendants
                and defesne counsel in this case. ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg) [Entry date 07/30/99]

8/5/99    --    CJA 20 APPOINTMENT OF AND AUTHORITY TO PAY COURT APPOINTED
                COUNSEL as to Wadih El Hage : Appointment of Attorney
                Joshua L. Dratel ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (mh)
                [Entry date 12/03/99]

8/9/99    79    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that Joshua Dratel, Esq is
                assigned pursuant to CJA as co-counsel for the deft. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl)
                [Entry date 08/09/99]

8/10/99   80    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Wadih El
                Hage, Mohamed Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali for
                dates of 6/22/99 (ls) [Entry date 08/10/99]

8/10/99   81    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz for dates of 6/29/99. (jp)
                [Entry date 08/10/99]



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8/16/99   82    ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, (1) Pursuant to
                18USCSec3005 and 21 USC Sec. 848(q)(4), Sandra A. Babcock,
                4905 16th ave South, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55417, shall be
                assigned to represent Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, along with
                Michael A. Young and Carl J. Herman, previously appointed
                by this court. (2) Ms. Babcock shall have her compensation
                fixed at a rate of $125 per hour, for in court time, with
                respect to all matters affecting the representation of Mr.
                Odeh. Because of the complexity of the defendant's trial,
                the expected length of trial in this case, and the
                anticipated hardship on counsel in undertaking
                representation full-time for such a period without
                compensation, pursuant to paragraph 2.30B of the Guidelines
                for the Administration of the Criminal Justice Act, counsel
                shall submit to the Court, every thirty days, an interim
                CJA Form 30, "Death Penalty Proceedings: appointment of and
                Authority to pay court appointed counsel. Counsel shall
                strike the pre-printed numbers on all but the first CJA
                Form 30 submitted and substitute the number appearing on
                the firt voucher. All interim vouchers shall be supported
                by detailed and itemized time and expense statements.
                Chapter VII, as well as the applicable provisions of
                Chapter II, Part C of the Guidelines for the administration
                of the Criminal Justice Act, outlines the procedures and
                rules for claims by CJA attorney and should be followed
                regarding each voucher. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand
                ); Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 08/17/99]
8/18/99   83    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (kb) [Entry date 08/18/99]

8/23/99   87    LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage   From Sam A. Schmidt, Dated
                6/28/99, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: Submitted in
                response to the government's leter dated June 24, 1999 that
                opposes the release of a letter written to Judge Sand by
                the deft. Wadih El-Hage. (rg) [Entry date 08/30/99]

8/27/99   84    FAXED LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz   From AUSA Patrick J. Fitzgerald, Dated
                7/20/99, Addressed to: All Defense Counsel Re: Package of
                letters as it will be filed tomorrow morning, July 21,
                1999, absent hearing objections from any counsel. (rg)
                [Entry date 08/27/99]



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8/27/99   85    LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage   From Sam A. Schmidt, Esq.,
                Dated July 2, 1999, Addressed to: Mr. Fitzgerald Re: This
                letter paraphases the letter May 31, 1990 of Mr. El-Hague
                pursuant to the authorization of Judge Sand. (rg)
                [Entry date 08/27/99]

8/27/99   86    LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage   From Alan R.
                Kaufman, Dated 6/24/99, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: The
                Government respectfully submits this letter to set forth
                its reasons why the letter of Wadih el Hage to the Court
                dated May 31, 1999, should not be made part of the public
                record. (rg) [Entry date 08/27/99]

8/27/99   88    LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage   From AUSA
                Patrick J. Fitgerald, Dated 6/28/99, Addressed to: Judge
                Sand Re: The Government respectfully sumits this letter to
                set forth the reasons why it seeks to have this court's
                Order of June 14, 1999, vacated to the extent it allows
                defendant Wadih el Hage a contact visit which would
                otherwise be prohibited by the Special Administrative
                Measures ("Sam") imposed on el Hage by the Bureau of
                Prisons ("BOP"). (rg) [Entry date 08/30/99]
9/13/99   89    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023
                -all defts) Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden,
                Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam,
                Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali
                Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Al Fawwaz for dates of July 15,
                1999. ( Before: Hon. Leonard B. Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 09/13/99]

9/28/99   90    LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz   From AUSA Patrick J. Fitzergerald, Dated 9/24/99,
                Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: Status of Discovery (sl)
                [Entry date 09/28/99]



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9/28/99   --    Status conference as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali (4), Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3), Wadih El
                Hage (1), Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12), Ali Mohamed (13) held.
                Conference held and concluded. Deft 'OWHALI present
                w/attorney Leonard Joy; Deft ODEH waives presence, his
                attorneys Michael Young, Carl J. Herman, and Sandra
                Babcock, Esqs., present; Deft EL HAGE waives presence, his
                attorneys Sam A. Schmidt and Joshua Dratel, Esqs. present;
                Deft SALIM waives presence, his attorney Paul J. McAllister
                present; Deft ALI MOHAMED waives presence, his attorney
                James Roth present; Interpreter Mohsen Shawarby present;
                AUSAs Patrick J. Fitzgerald, Ken Karas, Michael Garcia and
                Paul Butler present. All defense motions to be filed by
                12/6/99, Gov't response by 1/25/2000, and defts' reply by
                2/22/2000. Oral argument on 2/29/2000 at 10 a.m., or any
                matter w/respect to Section 4 of C.I.P.A. (Classified
                Information Procedures Act); Trial on September 5, 2000;
                Gov't submit order excluding time thru 2/29/2000; Deft
                'OWHALI continued remanded. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 10/05/99]

9/28/99   --    ORAL ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4),
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3), Wadih El Hage (1), Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12), Ali Mohamed (13) . Set scheduling order
                deadlines: Motion Filing deadline set to 12/6/99 for
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                for Wadih El Hage, for Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, for Ali
                Mohamed; Response to motion deadline set to 1/25/2000 for
                U.S.A.; Reply to response to motion deadline set to
                2/22/2000 for Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, for Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, for Wadih El Hage, for Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                for Ali; Jury Trial set for 9/5/2000 for Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, for Wadih El Hage, for
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, for Ali Mohamed; and Set oral
                argument to 2/29/2000 at 10 a.m. ( Entered by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 10/05/99]



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9/29/99   91    ORDER as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - all ) Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz. Upon the application of Mary Jo White, U.S.
                Attorney for the S.D.N.Y., by Patrick J. Fitzgerald, Kenneth
                M. Karas, Michael J. Garcia and Paul Butler, AUSAs, and in
                the absence of objection by the defts MAMDOUH MAHMUD SALIM
                (12), ALI MOHAMED (13), WADIH EL HAGE (1), MOHAMED SADEEK
                ODEH (3) and MOHAMED RASHED DAOUD AL-'OWHALI (4), it is
                hereby ORDERED, that pursuant to the Speedy Trial Act, 18
                U.S.C. Section 3161(h)(8)(A), all time running from
                September 28, 1999, until February 29, 2000, shall be
                excluded from the time within which trial must commence in
                the above-captioned case, the Court having found that the
                ends of justice served by this exclusion outweigh the best
                interests of the public and the defendants in a speedy
                trial, particularly in light of: (i) the voluminous
                discovery in this matter, (ii) the complexity of the case
                which involves an alleged international terrorism conspiracy
                spanning a number of years; (iii) the need to review
                classified material; (iv) the need for two defendants to
                make submissions concerning the death penalty; and (v) the
                need for all defendants to consider and prepare pre-trial
                motions. ( Signed on by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (bw) [Entry date 09/29/99] [Edit date 09/29/99]

10/8/99   --    Arraignment as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s) 1sss, 3sss, 4sss, 5sss, 6sss,
                7sss-8sss, 9sss-10sss, 11sss-233sss, 234sss-235sss,
                236sss-237sss, 238sss-239sss, 240sss-241sss, 242sss,
                243sss-244sss. Deft Khalfan Kamis MOhamed present w/atty
                David Stern in lieu of his partner Jeremy Schneider. AUSA
                Patrick Fitzgerald, Kenneth Karas, Michael J. Garcia.
                Arabic Interpreter Sadika Mahmoud present Deft is arraigned
                & pleads not guilty on counts 1,and 3 thru 244 as charged
                on (S)6 indictment. Same Timetable for motions shall apply
                to deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed as previously set for all
                defts, that is all defense motions on matters other than
                these related to discovery not made as of 9/28/99, or which
                relate to the death penalty determination by 12/6/99, by
                1/18/00 govt file notices pursuant to section 6 &4 of
                classified information act, Govt response to deft's reply
                in support of defts motin by 2/22/00 and oral argument at
                10AM on 2/29/00 on any pending motions and any matters in
                respect to CIPA scheduling for further motions or any
                necessary hearings. Trial 9/5/99. Terms of confinement for
                deft Khamis Mohamed should be under same conditions as to
                all other defts. Deft remanded. (before Judge Leonard B.
                Sand) (sl) [Entry date 10/08/99]



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10/8/99   92    NOTICE of Appearance for Khalfan Khamis Mohamed by Attorney
                Jeremy Schneider (sl) [Entry date 10/08/99]
                [Edit date 03/09/00]

10/8/99   --    CJA 20 APPOINTMENT OF AND AUTHORITY TO PAY COURT APPOINTED
                COUNSEL as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed : Appointment of
                Attorney Jeremy Schneider ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand
                ) (mh) [Entry date 12/03/99]

10/18/99 93     ORDER as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (S6 98 Cr. 1023 -8).
                The C.J.A. attorney assigned to receive cases on this day,
                JEREMY SCHNEIDER, ESQ. is hereby ordered to assume
                representation of the defendant in the above captioned
                matter. ( Signed on 10/8/99 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 10/19/99]

10/21/99 94     ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, for Psychiatric Exam of the
                defendant by Dr. N.G. Berrill and Jennifer Hope, on October
                30, 1999, with an Arabic interpreter; it is hereby ordered,
                that the U.S. Marshal and the Warden of the Metropolitan
                Correction Center shall provide a suitable place for the
                administration of said examination, such place to consist
                of a private room without distractions or noise, a small
                table and chairs; and it is further ordered that Dr. N.G.
                Berrill, Jennifer Hope and a previously authorized Arabic
                interpreter, be permitted to enter said institution for the
                purpose of examining the defendant on October 30, 1999, or
                any day thereafter.   ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (rg) [Entry date 10/21/99]

11/1/99   95    ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, the Court has received a
                request from counsel to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim to defer the
                date for the filing of motions on his behalf until "at
                least January 31, 2000." For the reasons set forth herein,
                that request is denied. As the Court has previously
                stated, it will sympathically entertain any motion filed
                subsequent to December 6, 1999 which are predicated on
                matters which were not previously known by defendants or
                the significance of which was not previously apparent to
                them. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed.
                (rg) [Entry date 11/02/99]

11/2/99   96    Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter to Judge Sand dtd.
                10/26/99 from Paul J. McAllister as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim, the request for an extension of the time in which
                to serve and file motions is denied per order this date
                (11/1/99). ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (rg) [Entry date 11/03/99]

11/8/99   97    ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, that Charles D. Adler
                and George Goltzer of Goltzer & Adler, 598 Madision Avenue,
                New York, New York 10022, (212) 421-7600 be assigned as
                co-counsel to Paul J. McAllister ( Signed by Judge Leonard
                B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg) [Entry date 11/09/99]


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11/8/99   98    ORDER as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Pursuant to 18USC3005
                and 21USC848(q)(4), David Ruhnke, Esq. of Ruhnky and
                Parrett, 47 Park Street, 2nd Fl. Montclair, New Jersey
                07042, and attorney learned in the law of capital cases and
                David Stern, Esq. of Rothman, Schneider, Soloway and Stern,
                P.C., 70 Lafayette Street, 7th floor, NY, NY, 10013 shall
                be assigned to represent Khalfan Khamis Mohamed along with
                Jeremy Schneider, previously appointed by this Court.,
                Mr. Schnieder, Mr. Stern and Mr. Ruhnke shall have
                compensation fixed at a rate of $125 per hour, for in court
                and out of court time, with respect to all matters
                affecting the representation of Mr. Mohamed., and Because
                of the complexity of the Defendant's trial, the expected
                length of trial in this case, and the anticipate hardship
                on counsel in undertaking representation full-time for such
                a period without compensation, pursuant to paragraph 2.30B
                of the "Guidelines for the Administration of the Criminal
                Justice Act" counsel shall submit to the Court, every
                thirty days, an interim CJA form 30, "Death Penalty
                Proceedings: Appointment and Authority to Pay Court
                appointed Court". Counsel shall strike the pre-printed
                numbers on all but the first CJA form 30 submitted and
                substitute the number appearing on the first voucher. All
                interim vouchers shall be supported by detailed and
                itemized time and expense statements. Chapter VII, as well
                as the applicable provisions of Chapter II, Part C of the
                "Guidelines for the Administration of the Criminal Justice
                Act", outlines the procedures and rules for claims by CJA
                attorneys and shouls be followed regarding each voucher. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 11/09/99]
11/8/99   --    CJA 30 DEATH PENALTY PROCEEDINGS: APPOINTMENT OF AND
                AUTORITY TO PAY COURT APPOINTED COUNSEL as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed : Appointment of Attorney David Ruhnke (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (df) [Entry date 12/21/99]

11/9/99   99    CJA 23 Financial Affidavit as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8)
                : ( Signed on 10/18/99 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 11/10/99]

11/15/99 100    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz for dates of 9/28/99 before
                Judge Sand. (mr) [Entry date 11/15/99]

11/24/99 101    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (af)
                [Entry date 11/24/99]



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12/1/99   102   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (da) [Entry date 12/01/99]

12/2/99   103   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (da) [Entry date 12/02/99]

12/2/99   104   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (da) [Entry date 12/02/99]

12/3/99   105   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, The attorneys
                representing M. Odeh are authorized to employ Mohsen A.
                Shawarby, 3570 Ellis Street, Mohegan Lake, NY 10547, as a
                consultant in data management and Islamic affairs at a rate
                of $65.00 per hour. This order shall apply nunc pro tunc to
                9/1/99. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (sl) [Entry date 12/03/99]

12/6/99   106   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023
                -) Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden,
                Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam,
                Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali
                Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz for date of
                10/8/99 11:30 a.m. before Judge Leonard B. Sand. (bw)
                [Entry date 12/06/99]

12/6/99   107   AFFIRMATION signed by Paul McAllister as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim re: in support of obtaining expert services. (mr)
                [Entry date 12/06/99]

12/6/99   108   ORDER as to Usama Bin Laden, that the following
                Investigator may be retained by Paul J McAllister, Counsel
                for Mr. Salim. That Mr McAllister counsel for Mr Salim and
                his investigators, may retain the services of local
                investigators outside the US. The above investigator shall
                be permitted to file vouchers for his services ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl)
                [Entry date 12/07/99]


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12/6/99   109   MOTION by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali to dismiss the
                indictment. Order dismissing Count one of indictment. An
                order dismissing counts 11 through 222 and counts 223
                thorugh 234 as multiplicitous, to direct the govt to
                elect between Count 4 and Counts 9 and 10. Order directing
                the govt to elect amount Counts 7, 8, 9, 10, 11-222,
                223-234, 242, 243 and 244 because Congress did not intend
                to multiple punishments for the single act of bombing US
                property., Permission for deft to join in the motion
                filed by the Deft Odeh for dismissal of counts 5, 7, 8 and
                11 throught 236 and 240, 241, 243 and 244 on the grounds
                that the Court lacks extraterritorial jurisdiction over the
                crimes alleged in those Counts, to compel additional
                discovery as requested by counsel for deft al Owhali in
                letters dated 11/6/98 and 10/25/99, for Bill of
                Particulars, to suppress evidence at trial of certain
                statements alleged to have been made by deft al-Owhali
                following his arrest in Kenya and to suppress all
                identification testimony based on out of court
                identification proceedings or granting and evidentiary
                hearing. (sl) [Entry date 12/07/99]
12/6/99   110   MEMORANDUM by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali in support of
                [109-1] motion to dismiss the indictment. Order dismissing
                Count one of indictment. An order dismissing counts 11
                through 222 and counts 223 thorugh 234 as multiplicitous,
                [109-2] motion to direct the govt to elect between Count 4
                and Counts 9 and 10. Order directing the govt to elect
                amount Counts 7, 8, 9, 10, 11-222, 223-234, 242, 243 and
                244 because Congress did not intend to multiple punishments
                for the single act of bombing US property., [109-3] motion
                Permission for deft to join in the motion filed by the Deft
                Odeh for dismissal of counts 5, 7, 8 and 11 throught 236
                and 240, 241, 243 and 244 on the grounds that the Court
                lacks extraterritorial jurisdiction over the crimes alleged
                in those Counts, [109-4] motion to compel additional
                discovery as requested by counsel for deft al Owhali in
                letters dated 11/6/98 and 10/25/99, [109-5] motion for Bill
                of Particulars, [109-6] motion to suppress evidence at
                trial of certain statements alleged to have been made by
                deft al-Owhali following his arrest in Kenya and to
                suppress all identification testimony based on out of court
                identification proceedings or granting and evidentiary
                hearing. (sl) [Entry date 12/07/99]



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12/6/99   111   MOTION by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim for Bill of Particulars,
                to strike surplusage, to suppress physical evidence and
                derivative fruits, to suppress alleged statement of
                accused, to suppress evidence consisting of both in court
                and out of court identification., to direct the govt to
                provide witness list, in limine and pursuant to Rule 607,
                608, 609 of FR of evidence, in limine pursuant to Ruel
                104, 403 and 404b of FR of evidence, to direct the govt
                to provide timely fashion exculpatory or mitigating
                evidence, to amend Mr Salem's previously imposed
                detention order, for leave to file motions, to join
                [109-1] to dismiss the indictment. Order dismissing Count
                one of indictment. An order dismissing counts 11 through
                222 and counts 223 thorugh 234 as multiplicitous, [109-2]
                motion to direct the govt to elect between Count 4 and
                Counts 9 and 10. Order directing the govt to elect amount
                Counts 7, 8, 9, 10, 11-222, 223-234, 242, 243 and 244
                because Congress did not intend to multiple punishments for
                the single act of bombing US property., [109-3] motion
                Permission for deft to join in the motion filed by the Deft
                Odeh for dismissal of counts 5, 7, 8 and 11 throught 236
                and 240, 241, 243 and 244 on the grounds that the Court
                lacks extraterritorial jurisdiction over the crimes alleged
                in those Counts, [109-4] motion to compel additional
                discovery as requested by counsel for deft al Owhali in
                letters dated 11/6/98 and 10/25/99, [109-5] motion for Bill
                of Particulars, [109-6] motion to suppress evidence at
                trial of certain statements alleged to have been made by
                deft al-Owhali following his arrest in Kenya and to
                suppress all identification testimony based on out of court
                identification proceedings or granting and evidentiary
                hearing. (sl) [Entry date 12/07/99]

12/7/99   112   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (af) [Entry date 12/07/99]

12/7/99   113   MOTION by Wadih El Hage for dismissal of Counts 248(all),
                252(all), 253(all), 254(a), 256(e), 257(b), (c) and (d),
                258(a),(c),(d),(e),(f), and (g), 259(all), 260(m) and (n),
                263(c), and 264 (all) because they are multiplicious;,
                for exclusion of U.S. citizens from the jury, or, in the
                alternative, implementaiton of measures to ensure that they
                do not dominate the jury numerically, for Bill of
                Particulars, leave to join Mr. El-Hage's co-defendants'
                motion to the extent they benefit him , leave to file
                additional motions when they become appropriate Return
                date 2/29/2000 at 9:30. With attached declaration of
                Joshua L. Dratel in support. (rg) [Entry date 12/07/99]



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12/7/99   114   MEMORANDUM by Wadih El Hage in support of [113-1] motion
                for dismissal of Counts 248(all), 252(all), 253(all),
                254(a), 256(e), 257(b), (c) and (d),
                258(a),(c),(d),(e),(f), and (g), 259(all), 260(m) and (n),
                263(c), and 264 (all) because they are multiplicious;,
                [113-2] motion for exclusion of U.S. citizens from the
                jury, or, in the alternative, implementaiton of measures to
                ensure that they do not dominate the jury numerically,
                [113-3] motion for Bill of Particulars, [113-4] motion
                leave to join Mr. El-Hage's co-defendants' motion to the
                extent they benefit him, [113-5] motion leave to file
                additional motions when they become appropriate (rg)
                [Entry date 12/07/99]

12/7/99   115   MOTION by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh to dismiss counts for lack
                of jurisdiction (sl) [Entry date 12/10/99]

12/7/99   116   MEMORANDUM by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh in support of [115-1]
                motion to dismiss counts for lack of jurisdiction (sl)
                [Entry date 12/10/99]
12/7/99   117   MOTION by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh to dismiss for lack of
                venue (sl) [Entry date 12/10/99]

12/7/99   118   MEMORANDUM by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh in support of [117-1]
                motion to dismiss for lack of venue (sl)
                [Entry date 12/10/99]

12/7/99   119   MOTION by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh for partial disqualification
                of certain prosecutors. (sl) [Entry date 12/10/99]

12/7/99   120   MEMORANDUM by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh in support of [119-1]
                motion for partial disqualification of certain prosecutors
                (sl) [Entry date 12/10/99]

12/13/99 --     Pre-Trial Conference as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft El
                Hage present w/atty Sam Schmidt. AUSA Patrick Fitzergerald
                Kenneth Karas and Michael Garcia present. Conference held
                on scheduling oral argument for setting bail, modification
                of special administration measure as it pertains to deft El
                Hage. Govt response by 12/30/99. Deft reply by 1/5/00 and
                oral argument on 1/7/00 at 4:30 PM. Deft continued
                remanded (sl) [Entry date 12/16/99]

12/15/99 121    MOTION by Wadih El Hage an order setting reasonable bail
                for Mr. El-Hage's release., for recission of the Special
                Adminstrative Measures as they pertain to Mr. El-Hage.,
                and substantial modification of the Special Administrative
                Measures as they pertain to Mr. El_hage. , and to
                transfer Mr. El-Hage to general population withon the
                United States Bureau of Prisons pretrial systems. (mr)
                [Entry date 12/15/99]



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12/15/99 122    MEMORANDUM by Wadih El Hage in support of [121-1] motion an
                order setting reasonable bail for Mr. El-Hage's release.,
                [121-2] motion for recission of the Special Adminstrative
                Measures as they pertain to Mr. El-Hage., [121-3] motion
                and substantial modification of the Special Administrative
                Measures as they pertain to Mr. El_hage., [121-4] motion to
                transfer Mr. El-Hage to general population withon the
                United States Bureau of Prisons pretrial systems. (mr)
                [Entry date 12/15/99]

1/1/00    143   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (da) [Entry date 02/02/00]

1/4/00    123   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 12/29/99 to Judge
                Sand signed by Leonard F. Joy as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, asking the Court to extend their time for
                submissions until 2/7/00....Extension to 2/7/00 on behalf
                of defendant Al-Owhali is granted. ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 01/04/00]

1/7/00    124   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage
                for dates of 2/2/99. (sl) [Entry date 01/07/00]

1/10/00   --    Bail hearing as to Wadih El Hage held before Judge Sand.
                Deft present w/atty's Sam Schmidt & Joshua Dratel. AUSA's
                Patrick Fitzgerald, Ken Karas, Michael Garcia, Paul Butler.
                Bail proceedings held as to deft El-Hage. Oral argument
                begun for a reasonable bail, or for an evidentiary hearing
                w/respect to dangerous & risk of flight. Motion denied.
                Court urges all sides to consider what steps can be taken
                to ameloriate conditions of confinement (SAM) & to report
                to court within 2 weeks what ameliorative steps can be
                taken with respect to grievances of confinement. Conditions
                of confinement will be subject to continuous review in this
                case. Deft continued remanded. (sl) [Entry date 01/26/00]

1/12/00   125   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (af) [Entry date 01/12/00]



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1/12/00   126   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (af) [Entry date 01/13/00]

1/12/00   --    Filed Memo-Endorsement on Notice Of Motion In Support Of
                Motion For Bail And/Or Other Relief (doc. #121) as to Wadih
                El Hage (S6 98 Cr. 1023 -1). Judge endorsed: Denied without
                prejudice to renewal as set forth in oral opinion. See
                Transcript, Jan. 10, 2000.; This Memo Endorsement denied
                [121-1] motion an order setting reasonable bail for Mr.
                El-Hage's release, denied [121-2] motion for recission of
                the Special Adminstrative Measures as they pertain to Mr.
                El-Hage, denied [121-3] motion and substantial modification
                of the Special Administrative Measures as they pertain to
                Mr. El_hage, denied [121-4] motion to transfer Mr. El-Hage
                to general population withon the States Bureau of Prisons
                pretrial systems. ( Signed on 1/10/00 by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 01/13/00]

1/18/00   127   Filed Memo-Endorsement letter addressed to Judge Sand from
                James Roth as to Usama Bin Laden, substituting attorney
                Added Lloyd Epstein. Granted. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 01/18/00]

1/18/00   128   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from AUSA Patrick J. Fitzgerald (signed), dated 1/13/00, as
                to (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) defts Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Al-'Owhali,
                Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid
                Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz.
                The Gov't submits this letter to request that the Court
                order (by endorsement on this letter) that the portions of
                the grand jury minutes of Wadih el Hage's testimony in Sept.
                1997 and Sept. 1998 which were appended as exhibits to the
                Govt's papers in opposition to the motion by Wadih el Hage
                for bail and other relief be unsealed pursuant to Rule
                6(e)(3)(C)(i) as matters that were disclosed in connection
                with the Court's direction that the Gov't respond to el
                Hage's motion. If the Court so orders, then Exhibits 18 and
                24 to Mr. Fitzgerald's affidavit will no longer be sealed
                and the Govt's papers, as redacted with notice to defense
                counsel, will be publicly filed; Judge approved request. (
                Signed on 1/14/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed.
                (bw) [Entry date 01/18/00] [Edit date 01/18/00]



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1/18/00   129   NOTICE OF APPEAL by Wadih El Hage ; from ; the Order of
                Denial of Bail and Mtion to eliminate Special
                Administrative Order entered in this action on 1/10/00.
                Copies mailed to the attorneys of record: Kenneth M. Karas
                and Court Reporters. *(CJA)*. (dt) [Entry date 01/18/00]

1/18/00   --    Notice of Appeal with copy of order/judgment and two copies
                of docket entries as to Wadih El Hage transmitted to USCA
                re: [129-1] appeal on 1/18/00. (dt) [Entry date 01/18/00]

1/19/00   130   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (af)
                [Entry date 01/19/00]

1/19/00   131   ORDER as to Usama Bin Laden, that Nadia Kahf is authorized
                to perform services as indicated above and that she shall
                be compensated at the rate of $18 per hour for services
                rendered on behalf of the defense. ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 01/20/00]

1/19/00   132   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from Joshua L. Dratel, Atty to Wadih El Hage; counsel
                requests permission to submit copy of redacted version of
                Reply Memorandum of law with exhibits. The Clerk shall
                accept the Reply Memorandum of in Support of Defendant Wadih
                El Hage's motion for bail for filing. ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 01/20/00]
                [Edit date 01/27/00]

1/19/00   133   MEMORANDUM by Wadih El Hage in support of [121-1] motion an
                order setting reasonable bail for Mr. El-Hage's release.
(sl)
                [Entry date 01/20/00] [Edit date 01/21/00]

1/19/00   135   ORDER as to defts (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz. ... Copies of all briefs, motions, etc.,
                redacted by the government and defense counsel, (the
                original of which were sealed) shall be docketed and filed
                in the Clerk's office until otherwise notified by the
                Court. ( Signed on 1/19/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 01/21/00]

1/19/00   136   REDACTED COPY of Declaration Of Dennis W. Hasty by U.S.A.
                as to defts (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz. [ Refer to Order, doc #135 ] (bw)
                [Entry date 01/21/00]


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1/19/00   137   REDACTED COPY of Government's Memorandum of Law in Response
                To Defendant's Motion For Bail And Modifications Of Prison
                Conditions by U.S.A. as to defts (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih
                El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad
                Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz. [ Refer to Order, doc #135 ]
(bw)
                [Entry date 01/21/00]

1/19/00   138   REDACTED COPY of Affirmation of AUSA Patrick J. Fitzgerald
                by U.S.A. as to defts (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz. [ Refer to Order, doc #135 ]
(bw)
                [Entry date 01/21/00]

1/19/00   139   REDACTED COPY of Exhibits In Support of Fitzgerald's
                Affidavit by U.S.A. as to defts (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih El
                Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz. [ Refer to Order, doc #135 ]
(bw)
                [Entry date 01/21/00] [Edit date 01/21/00]

1/20/00   134   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from AUSA Patrick J. Fitzgerald (signed), dated 1/18/00, as
                to defts (S6-98-Cr-1023 - ) Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz. The Gov't requests a brief extension of time
                within which to file its notices pursuant to Sections 2 and
                6 of the Classified Information Procedures Act. The Gov't
                requests that it be allowed to files its notices due
                1/18/00 one week from tomorrow, i.e. on 1/26/00. The Gov't
                would request that the defense be given a corresponding
                additional eight (8) days in which to file their notices
                pursuant to Section 5, i.e. until 2/23/00; Judge endorsed -
                Extension granted as requested. ( Signed on 1/17/00 by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 01/21/00]



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1/24/00   140   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from AUSA Patrick J. Fitzgerald, dated 1/21/00, as to defts
                (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz. ... The
                Gov't requests that the Court endorse this letter to allow
                copies of Exhibit 26 (attached, consists of five pages
                containing travel stamps of Kenya and Pakistan) to be added
                to the Court docket in this case; Judge granted request. (
                Signed on 1/24/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (bw) [Entry date 01/24/00]

1/24/00   141   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage (af)
                [Entry date 01/26/00]

1/27/00   142   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (da) [Entry date 01/28/00]

2/7/00    144   File notice that the record on appeal as to Wadih El Hage
                has been certified and transmitted to USCA on 2/7/00
                [129-1] appeal. (dt) [Entry date 02/07/00]

2/8/00    145   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage
                for dates of 12/13/99 before Judge Sand. (rg)
                [Entry date 02/08/00]



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2/9/00    146   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that the defendant Wadih El
                Hage undergo a psychiatric examination by Dr. Robert H.
                Berger, M.D., with the assistance of Dr. Erica Weissman,
                Ph.D., to assess the effects, if any, or the conditions of
                confinement upon Mr. El Hage's mental condition, including
                whether he is presently suffering from a mental disease or
                defect that renders him incapable of assisting properly in
                his own defense or mentally incompetent to the extent that
                he is unable to understand the nature and consequences of
                the proceedings against him; and it is further ordered that
                Dr. Robert H. Berger and Dr. Erica Weissman be granted
                access to Mr. El Hage at the Manhattan Correctional Center
                ("MCC") as frequently as reasonably necessary to complete
                their examination of Mr. El Hage; and it is further ordered
                that a report of the psychiatric examination be provided to
                Assistant United States Attorneys Patrick J. Fitzgerald and
                Paul W. Butler of the Office of the United States Attorney
                for the Southern District of New York (One Saint Andrew's
                Plaza, New York, New York 10007), with copies provided to
                Sam Schmidt, Esq., and Joshua Dratel, Esq., counsel for the
                defendant, and that the report be provided to the United
                States District Judge Leonard B. Sand, United States
                District Court for the Southern District of New York, but
                not publicly filed. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (rg) [Entry date 02/09/00]

2/9/00   147    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that Pan International
                Conference and Language Services may submit interimvouchers
                for full payment. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 02/09/00]



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2/9/00   148    RESPONSE by U.S.A. re [113-1] motion for dismissal of
                Counts 248(all), 252(all), 253(all), 254(a), 256(e),
                257(b), (c) and (d), 258(a),(c),(d),(e),(f), and (g),
                259(all), 260(m) and (n), 263(c), and 264 (all) because
                they are multiplicious;, [113-2] motion for exclusion of
                U.S. citizens from the jury, or, in the alternative,
                implementaiton of measures to ensure that they do not
                dominate the jury numerically, [113-3] motion for Bill of
                Particulars, [113-4] motion leave to join Mr. El-Hage's
                co-defendants' motion to the extent they benefit him,
                [113-5] motion leave to file additional motions when they
                become appropriate, [119-1] motion for partial
                disqualification of certain prosecutors, [117-1] motion to
                dismiss for lack of venue, [115-1] motion to dismiss counts
                for lack of jurisdiction, [111-1] motion for Bill of
                Particulars, [111-2] motion to strike surplusage, [111-3]
                motion to suppress physical evidence and derivative fruits,
                [111-4] motion to suppress alleged statement of accused,
                [111-5] motion to suppress evidence consisting of both in
                court and out of court identification., [111-6] motion to
                direct the govt to provide witness list, [111-7] motion in
                limine and pursuant to Rule 607, 608, 609 of FR of
                evidence, [111-8] motion in limine pursuant to Ruel 104,
                403 and 404b of FR of evidence, [111-9] motion to direct
                the govt to provide timely fashion exculpatory or
                mitigating evidence, [111-10] motion to amend Mr Salem's
                previously imposed detention order, [111-11] motion for
                leave to file motions, [111-12] motion to join [109-1] to
                dismiss the indictment. Order dismissing Count one of
                indictment. An order dismissing counts 11 through 222 and
                counts 223 thorugh 234 as multiplicitous, [109-2] motion to
                direct the govt to elect between Count 4 and Counts 9 and
                10. Order directing the govt to elect amount Counts 7, 8,
                9, 10, 11-222, 223-234, 242, 243 and 244 because Congress
                did not intend to multiple punishments for the single act
                of bombing US property., [109-3] motion Permission for deft
                to join in the motion filed by the Deft Odeh for dismissal
                of counts 5, 7, 8 and 11 throught 236 and 240, 241, 243 and
                244 on the grounds that the Court lacks extraterritorial
                jurisdiction over the crimes alleged in those Counts,
                [109-4] motion to compel additional discovery as requested
                by counsel for deft al Owhali in letters dated 11/6/98 and
                10/25/99, [109-5] motion for Bill of Particulars, [109-6]
                motion to suppress evidence at trial of certain statements
                alleged to have been made by deft al-Owhali following his
                arrest in Kenya and to suppress all identification
                testimony based on out of court identification proceedings
                or granting and evidentiary hearing., [109-1] motion to
                dismiss the indictment. Order dismissing Count one of
                indictment. An order dismissing counts 11 through 222 and
                counts 223 thorugh 234 as multiplicitous, [109-2] motion to
                direct the govt to elect between Count 4 and Counts 9 and
                10. Order directing the govt to elect amount Counts 7, 8,
                9, 10, 11-222, 223-234, 242, 243 and 244 because Congress


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                did not intend to multiple punishments for the single act
                of bombing US property., [109-3] motion Permission for deft
                to join in the motion filed by the Deft Odeh for dismissal
                of counts 5, 7, 8 and 11 throught 236 and 240, 241, 243 and
                244 on the grounds that the Court lacks extraterritorial
                jurisdiction over the crimes alleged in those Counts,
                [109-4] motion to compel additional discovery as requested
                by counsel for deft al Owhali in letters dated 11/6/98 and
                10/25/99, [109-5] motion for Bill of Particulars, [109-6]
                motion to suppress evidence at trial of certain statements
                alleged to have been made by deft al-Owhali following his
                arrest in Kenya and to suppress all identification
                testimony based on out of court identification proceedings
                or granting and evidentiary hearing. as to Wadih El Hage,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (sl)
                [Entry date 02/09/00]

2/9/00   149    Sealed envelope. (rg) [Entry date 02/10/00]
                [Edit date 02/10/00]

2/9/00   150    Filed affirmation of AUSA Patrick J. Fitzgerald as to Wadih
                El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad
                Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz Re: Submitted to provide
                background facts relevant to the Government's memorandum in
                opposition to the motion of the defendant Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh ("Odeh") to disqualify an Assistant U.S. Attorney who
                participated in the interview of Odeh in Kenya from
                participating in either pre-trial proceedings or the trial
                of Odeh as well as Odeh's motion to dismiss certain counts
                for lack of jurisdication. Document previously filed under
                seal on 1/27/00. Unsealed on 2/9/00 pursuant to endorsement
                on envelope unsealing documents (attached to document
                #149). (rg) [Entry date 02/10/00]

2/22/00   151   REPLY by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh to response to [115-1] motion
                to dismiss counts for lack of jurisdiction (sl)
                [Entry date 02/23/00]

2/22/00   152   REPLY by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh to response to [117-1] motion
                to dismiss for lack of venue (sl) [Entry date 02/23/00]

2/25/00   153   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (af) [Entry date 02/28/00]



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2/29/00   --    Oral argument as to El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali
                Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz held.     Oral
                argument held on various motions by defts'. All defts'
                except Al-Owhali waive their appearance. Deft. Al-Owhali
                present w/attys' Leonard Joy, Mark Gombiner and Robert
                Tucker of Legal Aid Society, Federal Defender Division.
                Deft. Odeh not present, his attys' Michael Young present and
                Sandra Babcock and Carl J. Herman. Deft. El Hage not
                present, his attys' Sam Schmidt and Joshua Dratel present.
                Deft. Salim not presnt, his attys' Paul J. McAllister, Esq
                and Charles Adler and George Goltzer of Goltzer and Adler
                present. Deft. Ali Mohamed not present, his atty's James
                Roth and Lloyd Epstein present. Deft. Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                not present, his attys' Jeremy Schneider and David Stern and
                David Ruhuke, Esq. present-Motions are as follow: 1) Deft.
                Al-Owhalis motion to dismiss Indictment on due process
                grounds; 2) Deft. Odeh motion to dismiss indictment on venue
                grounds; 3) deft Al-Owhali motion to dismiss count 1 of
                indictment for failure to state an offense. 4) various
                defts' motions to dismiss particular counts of indictment as
                multiplicitous. 5) various defts' motions for bill of
                particulars; 6) deft. Odeh motion to disqualify certain
                assistant U.S. Attorneys from participating in trial of this
                case; 7) Deft. Salim motion to strike surplusage from
                Indictment; and 8) Deft. El-Hage's motion to disqualify U.S.
                citizens from serving on jury. Decision Reserved. Discovery
                Hearings scheduled 4/11/00. Govt. submit order excluding
                time thru 4/11/00. Deft. Al-Owhali cont'd remanded. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/15/00] [Edit date 03/15/00]

3/8/00   154    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage
                for dates of 1/10/00 before Judge Sand. (mb)
                [Entry date 03/08/00]



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3/8/00   155    MOTION by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed An order dismissing the
                indictment for lack of venue. (in this regard, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed hereby joins, and adopts by refernce, the
                motion made by co-deft Mohamed Sadeek Odeh and the
                supporting affirmation of Michael Young, Esquire.   An
                order dismissing various counts of the indictment for lack
                of jurisdiction. (In this regard, Kahlfan Khamis Mohmamed
                hereby joins, and adopts by reference, the motion made by
                co-deft. Mohamed Sadeek Odeh and the supporting affirmation
                of Sandra Babcock, Esquire.) , An order disqualifying an
                Assistant U.S. Attorney from participation in the
                government's case or, in the alternative, for an agreement
                among the parties on certain conditions that will obviate
                the problem of the "unsworn witness."   An order for a
                Bill of Particulars as specified in the accompanying
                memorandum.   An order granting leave to jpoin in all
                motions filed on behalf of co-defts. (whether specifically
                referred to in these pleadings or not) to the extent that
                such motions benefit Khalfan Khamis Mohamed.   An order
                granting leave to file additional motions when they become
                appropiate. An order granting such additional relief as the
                Court deems just and proper. (mb) [Entry date 03/09/00]
                [Edit date 03/09/00]

3/8/00   156    Memorandum of Law by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed in support of
                [155-1] motion An order dismissing the indictment for lack
                of venue. (in this regard, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed hereby
                joins, and adopts by refernce, the motion made by co-deft
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh and the supporting affirmation of
                Michael Young, Esquire., [155-2] motion An order dismissing
                various counts of the indictment for lack of jurisdiction.
                (In this regard, Kahlfan Khamis Mohmamed hereby joins, and
                adopts by reference, the motion made by co-deft. Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh and the supporting affirmation of Sandra
                Babcock, Esquire.), [155-3] motion An order disqualifying
                an Assistant U.S. Attorney from participation in the
                government's case or, in the alternative, for an agreement
                among the parties on certain conditions that will obviate
                the problem of the "unsworn witness.", [155-4] motion An
                order for a Bill of Particulars as specified in the
                accompanying memorandum., [155-5] motion An order granting
                leave to jpoin in all motions filed on behalf of co-defts.
                (whether specifically referred to in these pleadings or
                not) to the extent that such motions benefit Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed., [155-6] motion An order granting leave to file
                additional motions when they become appropiate. An order
                granting such additional relief as the Court deems just and
                proper. (mb) [Entry date 03/09/00] [Edit date 03/09/00]



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3/10/00   158   ORDER as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Usama Bin Laden (5),
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12). It is hereby ORDERED that the
                following investigator may be retained by Paul J.
                McAllister, counsel for Mr. Salim, at the stated hourly
                rate. [Thomas Weihmann, Amalienburgstraase #13, Munchen,
                Germany 81247, 0 11 49 89 812-2858, Fee: $75 per hour.] It
                is further ORDERED that Paul J. McAllister, Esq. Counsel
                for Mr. Salim, and his investigators, may retain the
                services of other local investigators outside of the U.S.
                as and when it may become necessary to do so; It is further
                ORDERED that the above named investigator shall be
                permitted to file interim vouchers for his services; It is
                further ORDERED that the CJA clerk shall prepare the
                voucher(s) for the above named investigator. ( Signed on
                3/9/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 03/13/00]

3/13/00   157   MEMORANDUM OPINION # 83614 as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                granting in part, denying in part [117-1] motion to dismiss
                for lack of venue as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3), granting
                in part, denying in part [115-1] motion to dismiss counts
                for lack of jurisdiction as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 03/13/00]

3/13/00   --    Filed Memo-Endorsement on 'Notice of Motion To Dismiss
                Counts For Lack of Jurisdiction' [doc #115] as to Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh (S6 98 Cr. 1023 -3). Endorsement - Motion
                granted in part and denied in part. SO ORDERED. ( Signed on
                3/13/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 03/14/00]

3/15/00   160   Memorandum and Order as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Defendants are charged with numerous offenses
                arising out of their alleged involvement with an
                international terrorist organization led by Dft. Bin Laden
                ("Bin Laden"). Presently before the Court are four motions,
                filed by Dfts. Wadih El Hage (" El Hage"), Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (" Salim"), Mohamed Sadeek Odeh ("Odeh"), and Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed ( K.K. Mohamed") seeking an order compelling
                an order compelling the government to file a bill of
                particularshat is responsive to over 150 separate requests
                for information. For the reasons set forth below, those
                motions are granted in part and denied in part. The
                government is ordered to file a bill of particulars, but
                that billl need only be responsive to those specific
                requests that we identify below. (mb) [Entry date 03/17/00]

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                [Entry date 03/16/00]

3/24/00   161   True Copy of Order from USCA as to Wadih El Hage Re: that
                the motions, and each of them are hereby, DENIED. An opinion
                of the Court will follow in due course. (mr)
                [Entry date 03/24/00] [Edit date 03/30/00]

3/30/00   162   Filed Memo-Endorsement on Motion (Doc. #117) as to Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Motion denied. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 03/30/00]



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3/30/00   163   OPINION # 83736 as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz denying [155-1] motion An order
                dismissing the indictment for lack of venue. (in this
                regard, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed hereby joins, and adopts by
                refernce, the motion made by co-deft Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                and the supporting affirmation of Michael Young, Esquire.
                as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8), denying [155-2] motion
                An order dismissing various counts of the indictment for
                lack of jurisdiction. (In this regard, Kahlfan Khamis
                Mohmamed hereby joins, and adopts by reference, the motion
                made by co-deft. Mohamed Sadeek Odeh and the supporting
                affirmation of Sandra Babcock, Esquire.) as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8), denying [155-3] motion An order
                disqualifying an Assistant U.S. Attorney from participation
                in the government's case or, in the alternative, for an
                agreement among the parties on certain conditions that will
                obviate the problem of the "unsworn witness." as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8), denying [155-4] motion An order for a
                Bill of Particulars as specified in the accompanying
                memorandum. as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8), denying
                [155-5] motion An order granting leave to jpoin in all
                motions filed on behalf of co-defts. (whether specifically
                referred to in these pleadings or not) to the extent that
                such motions benefit Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8), denying [155-6] motion An order
                granting leave to file additional motions when they become
                appropiate. An order granting such additional relief as the
                Court deems just and proper. as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                (8), denying [113-1] motion for dismissal of Counts
                248(all), 252(all), 253(all), 254(a), 256(e), 257(b), (c)
                and (d), 258(a),(c),(d),(e),(f), and (g), 259(all), 260(m)
                and (n), 263(c), and 264 (all) because they are
                multiplicious; as to Wadih El Hage (1), denying [113-2]
                motion for exclusion of U.S. citizens from the jury, or, in
                the alternative, implementaiton of measures to ensure that
                they do not dominate the jury numerically as to Wadih El
                Hage (1), denying [113-3] motion for Bill of Particulars as
                to Wadih El Hage (1), denying [113-4] motion leave to join
                Mr. El-Hage's co-defendants' motion to the extent they
                benefit him as to Wadih El Hage (1), denying [113-5] motion
                leave to file additional motions when they become
                appropriate as to Wadih El Hage (1), denying [119-1] motion
                for partial disqualification of certain prosecutors as to
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3), denying [111-1] motion for Bill of
                Particulars as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12), denying
                [111-2] motion to strike surplusage as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12), denying [111-3] motion to suppress physical
                evidence and derivative fruits as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim
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                of accused as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12), denying [111-5]
                motion to suppress evidence consisting of both in court and
                out of court identification. as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim
                (12), denying [111-6] motion to direct the govt to provide
                witness list as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12), denying
                [111-7] motion in limine and pursuant to Rule 607, 608, 609
                of FR of evidence as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12), denying
                [111-8] motion in limine pursuant to Ruel 104, 403 and 404b
                of FR of evidence as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12), denying
                [111-9] motion to direct the govt to provide timely fashion
                exculpatory or mitigating evidence as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12), denying [111-10] motion to amend Mr Salem's
                previously imposed detention order as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12), denying [111-11] motion for leave to file
                motions as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12), denying [111-12]
                motion to join [109-1] to dismiss the indictment. Order
                dismissing Count one of indictment. An order dismissing
                counts 11 through 222 and counts 223 thorugh 234 as
                multiplicitous, [109-2] motion to direct the govt to elect
                between Count 4 and Counts 9 and 10. Order directing the
                govt to elect amount Counts 7, 8, 9, 10, 11-222, 223-234,
                242, 243 and 244 because Congress did not intend to
                multiple punishments for the single act of bombing US
                property., [109-3] motion Permission for deft to join in
                the motion filed by the Deft Odeh for dismissal of counts
                5, 7, 8 and 11 throught 236 and 240, 241, 243 and 244 on
                the grounds that the Court lacks extraterritorial
                jurisdiction over the crimes alleged in those Counts,
                [109-4] motion to compel additional discovery as requested
                by counsel for deft al Owhali in letters dated 11/6/98 and
                10/25/99, [109-5] motion for Bill of Particulars, [109-6]
                motion to suppress evidence at trial of certain statements
                alleged to have been made by deft al-Owhali following his
                arrest in Kenya and to suppress all identification
                testimony based on out of court identification proceedings
                or granting and evidentiary hearing. as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12), denying [109-1] motion to dismiss the
                indictment. Order dismissing Count one of indictment. An
                order dismissing counts 11 through 222 and counts 223
                thorugh 234 as multiplicitous as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4), denying [109-2] motion to direct the govt
                to elect between Count 4 and Counts 9 and 10. Order
                directing the govt to elect amount Counts 7, 8, 9, 10,
                11-222, 223-234, 242, 243 and 244 because Congress did not
                intend to multiple punishments for the single act of
                bombing US property. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                (4), denying [109-3] motion Permission for deft to join in
                the motion filed by the Deft Odeh for dismissal of counts
                5, 7, 8 and 11 throught 236 and 240, 241, 243 and 244 on
                the grounds that the Court lacks extraterritorial
                jurisdiction over the crimes alleged in those Counts as to
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4), denying [109-4] motion
                to compel additional discovery as requested by counsel for
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                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4), denying [109-5] motion
                for Bill of Particulars as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4), denying [109-6] motion to suppress evidence
                at trial of certain statements alleged to have been made by
                deft al-Owhali following his arrest in Kenya and to
                suppress all identification testimony based on out of court
                identification proceedings or granting and evidentiary
                hearing. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4). ...
                CONCLUSION of Opinion: For the foregoing reasons, all of
                the motions presently before the Court are denied. The
                Defendants may file additional motions when they become
                appropriate. ( Signed on 3/30/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                 Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 03/30/00]

3/30/00   --    Filed Memo-Endorsement on Motion for Partial
                Disqualification of Certain Prosecutors (Document # 119) as
                to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Motion Denied ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg) [Entry date 03/30/00]

3/30/00   164   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from Attorney Sam A. Schmidt, dated 3/21/00, as to deft
                Wadih El Hage (1). Mr. Schmidt writes on behalf of deft
                El-Hage concerning the conditions of confinement and the
                conduct of the Bureau of Prisons. He requests that Mr.
                El-Hage be able to publish this letter to the public should
                he wish to do so; Judge endorsed - Request to publish
                granted. ( Signed on 3/29/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 03/31/00]

4/5/00    165   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage
                for dates of 2/16/00 before Judge Sand. (mr)
                [Entry date 04/05/00]

4/5/00    166   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Leonard B.
                Sand as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz for date of 2/29/00 11:30 a.m. (bw)
                [Entry date 04/05/00]



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4/11/00   167   ORDER as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih El Hage (1), Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed (2), Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3), Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4), Usama Bin Laden (5), Muhammad
                Atef (6), Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil (7), Khalfan Mohamed (8),
                Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (9), Fahid Mohammed Msalam (10),
                Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (11), Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12),
                Ali Mohamed (13), Ayman Al Zawahiri (14), Khaled Al Fawwaz
                (15). ... Upon the application of Mary Jo White, U.S.
                Attorney for the S.D.N.Y., by Patrick J. Fitzgerald,
                Kenneth M. Karas, Michael J. Garcia and Paul W. Butler,
                A.U.S.A., and in the absence of objection by the defendants
                MAMDOUH MAHMUD SALIM, ALI MOHAMED, WADIH EL HAGE, MOHAMED
                SADEEK ODEH, MOHAMED RASHED DAOUD AL-'OWHALI and KHALFAN
                KHAMIS MOHAMED, it is hereby ORDERED, that pursuant to the
                Speedy Trial Act, 18 U.S.C. Section 3161(h)(8)(A), all time
                running from 4/11/00, until 9/5/00 (the date set by the
                Court for the commencement of trial) shall be excluded from
                the time within which trial must commence in the
                above-captioned case, the Court having found that the ends
                of justice served by this exclusion outweigh the best
                interests of the public and the defendants in a speedy
                trial. ( Signed on 4/10/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 04/11/00]

4/14/00   --    Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Deft. Al'Owhali present w/attys' Leonard Joy, David
                Bruck. Ex party conference held and concluded. Deft.
                cont'd detained. (rg) [Entry date 05/11/00]

4/18/00   169   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (af) [Entry date 04/19/00]

4/18/00   168   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (af) [Entry date 04/19/00]

4/18/00   171   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (da) [Entry date 04/19/00]



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4/18/00   172   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (da) [Entry date 04/19/00]

4/19/00   170   ORDER as to (S6 98 Cr. 1023 - ) Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz. ... THIS MATTER having been opened to
                the Court upon the application of counsel for defendant
                Mohamed Odeh on behalf of all defendants for authorization
                to obtain database management and ongoing computerized
                assistance to the defendants, and counsel having submitted
                a proposal by AAIM, Inc. dated March 22, 2000 to the Court
                for review, and the Court having determined that such
                service is necessary for the preparation of the defense in
                this case: IT IS ON THIS 18 day of April, 2000 ordered that
                the proposal submitted by AAIM, Inc. to provide
                computerized database services to the defense is hereby
                approved, and that the Office of the Clerk is directed to
                establish an appropriate system of payment for the
                implementation of said database management system. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 04/19/00] [Edit date 04/19/00]

4/20/00   173   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 4/18/00 to Judge
                Sand signed by Sam A. Schmidt as to Usama Bin Laden,
                requesting authorization of the purchase of 8 transcribing
                machines....Expenditure authorized. ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 04/20/00]

4/20/00   174   MEMORANDUM And ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                (S6 98 Cr. 1023 -4). The Defendants are charged with
                numerous offenses arising out of their alleged involvement
                in an international terrorist organization led by Defendant
                Usama Bin Laden ("Bin Laden") and that organization's
                alleged involvement in the August, 1998 bombings of the
                United States Embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es
                Salaam, Tanzania. Presently before the Court is Defendant
                Al-'Owhali's motion to dismiss Count One of the Indictment
                on the ground that it fails to state an offense. For the
                reasons set forth in this Memorandum And Order, that motion
                is denied. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (bw) [Entry date 04/21/00]



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4/25/00   175   MOTION by Wadih El Hage (S6 98 Cr. 1023 -1) for the
                following relief: (1) for an Order for discovery that is
                necessary for the preparation of Mr. El-Hage's pretrial
                motions for (i) suppression of evidence seized; (ii)
                suppression of statements; (iii) suppression of electronic
                surveillance; (iv) severance; and/or (v) other relief; and
                2) for an Order granting leave to join Mr. El-Hage's
                co-defts' motions to the extent they benefit him.; Return
                date 5/16/00. (Declaration of Joshua L. Dratel in Support,
                Exhibits 1-4 attached) (bw) [Entry date 04/26/00]

4/25/00   176   MEMORANDUM Of Law by Wadih El Hage in support of [175-1]
                motion (1) for an Order for discovery that is necessary for
                the preparation of Mr. El-Hage's pretrial motions for (i)
                suppression of evidence seized; (ii) suppression of
                statements; (iii) suppression of electronic surveillance;
                (iv) severance; and/or (v) other relief, [175-2] motion 2)
                for an Order granting leave to join Mr. El-Hage's co-defts'
                motions to the extent they benefit him. (bw)
                [Entry date 04/26/00]

5/1/00    177   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (af)
                [Entry date 05/02/00]

5/3/00    179   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that the following additional
                investigator may be retained by Sam A. Schmidt, counsel for
                Wadih El Hage, at the stated hourly rate. Metro One
                Investigations, 4225 Laclede Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63108,
                877-533-0010/314-533-0090-fax, Fee: $65/hour. It is hereby
                further ordered that the above named investigator shall be
                permitted to file interim vouchers for their services; It
                is further ordered that the CJA clerk shall prepare the
                vouchers for the above named investigator, if necessary.
                ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg)
                [Entry date 05/05/00]

5/4/00    178   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz (af) [Entry date 05/05/00]



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5/8/00    186   (S7) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT (part 1) as to Wadih El Hage
                (1) count(s) 1sssssss, 2sssssss, 3sssssss, 5sssssss,
                6sssssss, 287sssssss-305sssssss, 306sssssss-308sssssss,
                Fazul Mohammed (2) count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss,
                5ssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 283ssssss,
                284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3)
                count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssss,
                7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss,
                224ssssss-234ssssss, 235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss,
                277ssssss-278ssssss, 279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss,
                282ssssss, 283ssssss, 284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1ssssss,
                3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss,
                9ssssss, 10ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 283ssssss,
                284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss, Usama Bin Laden (5)
                count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss,
                8sssss, 9sssss, 10sssss, 11sssss-223sssss,
                224sssss-234sssss, 235sssss-275sssss, 276sssss,
                277sssss-278sssss, 279sssss, 280sssss-281sssss, 282sssss,
                283sssss, 284sssss, 285sssss, 286sssss, Muhammad Atef (6)
                count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss,
                8sssss, 9sssss, 10sssss, 11sssss-223sssss,
                224sssss-234sssss, 235sssss-275sssss, 276sssss,
                277sssss-278sssss, 279sssss, 280sssss-281sssss, 282sssss,
                283sssss, 284sssss, 285sssss, 286sssss, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil (7) count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss,
                7ssss, 8ssss, 9ssss, 10ssss, 11ssss-223ssss,
                224ssss-234ssss, 235ssss-275ssss, 276ssss, 277ssss-278ssss,
                279ssss, 280ssss-281ssss, 282ssss, 283ssss, 284ssss,
                285ssss, 286ssss, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s) 1ssss,
                3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss, 8ssss, 10ssss, 224ssss-234ssss,
                277ssss-278ssss, 279ssss, 283ssss, 284ssss, 286ssss, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani (9) count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss,
                6ssss, 7ssss, 8ssss, 9ssss, 10ssss, 11ssss-223ssss,
                224ssss-234ssss, 235ssss-275ssss, 276ssss, 277ssss-278ssss,
                279ssss, 280ssss-281ssss, 282ssss, 283ssss, 284ssss,
                285ssss, 286ssss, Fahid Mohammed Msalam (10) count(s) 1ssss,
                3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss, 7ssss, 8ssss, 9ssss, 10ssss,
                11ssss-223ssss, 224ssss-234ssss, 235ssss-275ssss, 276ssss,
                277ssss-278ssss, 279ssss, 280ssss-281ssss, 282ssss, 283ssss,
                284ssss, 285ssss, 286ssss, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (11)
                count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss, 7ssss, 8ssss,
                9ssss, 10ssss, 11ssss-223ssss, 224ssss-234ssss,
                235ssss-275ssss, 276ssss, 277ssss-278ssss, 279ssss,
                280ssss-281ssss, 282ssss, 283ssss, 284ssss, 285ssss,
                286ssss, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12) count(s) 1sss, 3sss,
                5sss, 6sss, Ali Mohamed (13) count(s) 1ss, 2ss, 3ss, 5ss,
                6ss, Ayman Al Zawahiri (14) count(s) 1s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s,
                8s, 9s, 10s, 11s-223s, 224s-234s, 235s-275s, 276s,


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                277s-278s, 279s, 280s-281s, 282s, 283s, 284s, 285s, 286s,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz (15) count(s) 1s, 3s, 5s, 6s (dcap)
                [Entry date 06/01/00] [Edit date 06/01/00]
5/8/00    186   (S7) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT (Part 2) as to Ibrahim
                Eidarous (16) count(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11-223,
                224-234, 235-275, 276, 277-278, 279, 280-281, 282, 283,
                284, 285, 286, Adel Abdel Bary (17) count(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 6,
                7, 8, 9, 10, 11-223, 224-234, 235-275, 276, 277-278, 279,
                280-281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286 (dcap)
                [Entry date 06/01/00]

5/9/00    180   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressesd to Judge Sand
                from Patrick J. Fitzgerald , A.U.S.A., Sih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz, dated 5/8/00. Re: The Government requests
                until 5/22/00 to file its response to the pending motions.
                 Extension granted to 5/22/00. ( Signed by Judge Leonard
                B. Sand ); Copies mailed to counsel on 5/9/00. (mb)
                [Entry date 05/10/00]

5/11/00   181   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali From AUSA Michael J. Garcia, Dated 5/4/00,
                Addressed to: Mr. Joy Re: death penalty. (mr)
                [Entry date 05/12/00]

5/16/00   182   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (afo)
                [Entry date 05/16/00]

5/17/00   183   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from James Roth, Esq., counsel for Ali Mohamed, dated
                5/16/00. Re: Request to have the dft. excused from the
                scheduled conference on 5/23/00. Application denied. No
                sound basis has been advanced to waive dft's. presence at
                the arraignment. Matters may well arise at the conference
                which will either require the dft's. presence or at a
                minimum make such presence helpful and appropiate.
                arraignment ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (mb) [Entry date 05/19/00]

5/22/00   184   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Ali Mohamed (afo)
                [Entry date 05/23/00]



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5/23/00   --    Arraignment as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Wadih
                El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12) count(s) 1sss, 3sss, 5sss, 6sss, Ali Mohamed
                (13) count(s) 1ss, 2ss, 3ss, 5ss, 6ss, Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1sssssss, 2sssssss, 3sssssss, 5sssssss, 6sssssss,
                287sssssss-305sssssss, 306sssssss-308sssssss, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss,
                5ssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 283ssssss,
                284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss,
                6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 283ssssss,
                284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8)
                count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss, 8ssss, 10ssss,
                224ssss-234ssss, 277ssss-278ssss, 279ssss, 283ssss,
                284ssss, 286ssss before Judge Leonard B. Sand. Defendant
                Salim present with attorneys Paul J. McAllisterand Charles
                D. Adler. Defendant arraigned on S(7) indictment and pleads
                not guilty on counts 1,3,5 and 6 only as charged. Defendant
                Ali Mohammed present with attorneys James Roth and Lloyd
                Epstein, and defendant is arraigned on S(7) indictment and
                pleads not guilty on counts 1,2,3,5 and 6 as charged.
                Defendant Wadih El Hage present with attorneys Sam A.
                Schmidt and Joshua Dratel and defendant arraigned on S97)
                indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1,2,3,5 and 6,
                and 287 thru 308 as charged. Defendant Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                present with attorneys Michael Young, Carl J. Herman and
                Sandra A. Babcock and defendant arraigned and pleads plead
                not guilty plea on counts 1,3 thru 286 as charged.
                Defendant Al-Owhali present with attorneys Leonard Joy,
                David Bruck and Robert Tucker and defendant arraigned and
                pleads not guilty on counts 1, and 3 thru 286 as charged.
                Defendant Khalfan Khamis Mohamed present with attorneys
                Jeremy Schneider and David Stern and defendant is arraigned
                on S(7) indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1, 3
                thru 6,8,10 224 thru 234, 277, 278,279,283, 284, and 286 as
                charged. By 5/30/00 defendant's notify court with respect
                to whether defense will submit written reply to
                government's opposition to defense discovery motion and
                whether defense will submit CIPA motions and if so, dates
                of submission by 6/1/00 releasing manes and addresses of
                jurors and by 6/1/00, defendant's response. Defendant's
                severence motins due approximately by 6/12/00. Other
                defendants motions for suppression; FISA; due process;
                extradiction) by 6/15/00. Government to file by 6/17/00. By
                6/19/00 government's response to defendants severence
                motions (if any) by approximately 6/26/00. Government's
                opposition to defendant's 6/15/00 motions by 7/17/00, and


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                defendant's Al-Owhali, Odeh, K.K> Mohammed response to
                governments 6/17/00 notice of aggravting factors, and
                perhaps other death-penalty related motions also by 7/7/00.
                Defendant's reply to government's oppositions to
                defendants' motions by 7/31/00. Parties to submit joint
                jury questionaire on 8/15/00. Trial date se-set to
                1/31/2001. All defendants' continued detained. (mr)
                [Entry date 06/01/00]

5/23/00   --    PLEA entered by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Wadih El
                Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12) count(s) 1sss, 3sss, 5sss, 6sss,
                Ali Mohamed (13) count(s) 1ss, 2ss, 3ss, 5ss, 6ss, Wadih El
                Hage (1) count(s) 1sssssss, 2sssssss, 3sssssss, 5sssssss,
                6sssssss, 287sssssss-305sssssss, 306sssssss-308sssssss,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss,
                5ssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 283ssssss,
                284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss,
                6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 283ssssss,
                284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8)
                count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss, 8ssss, 10ssss,
                224ssss-234ssss, 277ssss-278ssss, 279ssss, 283ssss,
                284ssss, 286ssss (Terminated motions - ) (mr)
                [Entry date 06/01/00]

5/26/00   185   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from Attorney Sam A. Schmidt, dated 5/22/00, as to Wadih El
                Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz. ... Mr. Schmidt writes to
                request that the Judge authorizes the purchase of the
                additional six Marantz PMD-201 machines and foot pedals in
                order to transcribe all the cassettes (of the recently
                declassified intercepted conversations in Kenya) as soon as
                possible; Judge endorsed - Authorization granted. ( Signed
                on 5/25/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 05/30/00]



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5/31/00   187   Reply memorandum of Law by Wadih El Hage to in support of `
                [175-1] motion (1) for an Order for discovery that is
                necessary for the preparation of Mr. El-Hage's pretrial
                motions for (i) suppression of evidence seized; (ii)
                suppression of statements; (iii) suppression of electronic
                surveillance; (iv) severance; and/or (v) other relief (mb)
                [Entry date 06/01/00]

5/31/00   --    Pre-Trial Conference as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh held. Dft.
                present with atty. Michael Young and Carlos J. Herman also
                present Anthony L. Ricco, Esq. (AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald,
                AUSA Ken Karas, AUSA Robert Cramer present. Dft. Odeh
                application to have Michael Young relieved as counsel is
                granted and attorney L. Ricco is appointed and assigned as
                counsel in case pursuant to CJA anss a part of defense in
                case, Edward D. Wilford, Esq. as co-counsel to anthony
                Ricco. Dft. continued detained.....Sand,J. (mb)
                [Entry date 06/02/00]

5/31/00   189   Notice of Appearance for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh by C.J.A
                Attorney Edward D. Wilford. (mb) [Entry date 06/02/00]
                [Edit date 06/02/00]

5/31/00   190   Notice of Appearance for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh by CJA
                Attorney Anthony L. Ricco. (mb) [Entry date 06/02/00]

5/31/00   --    CJA 20 APPOINTMENT OF AND AUTHORITY TO PAY COURT APPOINTED
                COUNSEL as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh : Appointment of Attorney
                Anthony L. Ricco ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (df)
                [Entry date 10/04/00]

6/1/00    188   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Time excluded from 9/5/00 until
                1/3/01 to Continue in Interests of Justice ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 06/02/00]

6/2/00    191   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, substituting attorney
                terminated attorney Michael R. Young for Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh Added Anthony L. Ricco and co-counsel Edward D.
                Wilford. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ). (mb)
                [Entry date 06/07/00]



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6/2/00    --    Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Defendant Mohamed Rashed Daou Al-Owhali present with
                attorneys Robert Tucker and David I. Bruck. Arabic
                interpreter Andre J. Codouni and Kamal S. Afouni, and court
                reporter Kathy Klepfer also present. Hearing begunas to
                defendant's application to have his attorneys removed ans
                have new counsel appointed. Hearing adjourned until 6/5/00,
                at 2:00 pm, in courtroom 519, 40 Foley square....Fox, F.N.,
                United States Magistrate Judge. (mr) [Entry date 06/27/00]

6/5/00   --     Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Defendant Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali present
                attorneys Robert Tucker and David I. Bruck, Arabic
                interpreters Andre J. Codouni and Mohsen Shawarby and court
                reporter Martha Hess also present. Hearing continued as to
                defendant's application to have his attorneys removed and
                have new counsel appointed. Hearing concluded, Decision
                resereved. (mr) [Entry date 06/27/00]

6/7/00   192    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 06/07/00]

6/7/00   225    MOTION by Ali Mohamed to sever the defendant's trial of
                certain co-defendants., and Granting counsel for the
                defendant a reasonable amount of time to make such
                additional motions as are predicated upon the government's
                response to and necessitated by the court decision on the
                instant motion. (mr) [Entry date 06/28/00]

6/8/00   193    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (afo)
                [Entry date 06/08/00]

6/8/00   194    ARREST WARRANT issued as to Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (S7
                98 Cr. 1023 -11). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/8/00   195    ARREST WARRANT issued as to Fahid Mohammed Msalam (S7 98
                Cr. 1023 -10). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/8/00   196    ARREST WARRANT issued as to Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (S7 98
                Cr. 1023 -9). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/8/00   197    ARREST WARRANT issued as to Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil (S7 98
                Cr. 1023 -7). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/8/00   198    ARREST WARRANT issued as to Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (S7 98
                Cr. 1023 -2). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]



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6/8/00    199   ARREST WARRANT issued as to Adel Abdel Bary (S7 98 Cr. 1023
                -17). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/8/00    200   ARREST WARRANT issued as to Ibrahim Eidarous (S7 98 Cr.
                1023 -16). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/8/00    201   ARREST WARRANT issued as to Khaled Al Fawwaz (S7 98 Cr.
                1023 -15). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/8/00    202   ARREST WARRANT issued as to Ayman Al Zawahiri (S7 98 Cr.
                1023 -14). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/8/00    203   ARREST WARRANT issued as to Muhammad Atef (S7 98 Cr. 1023
                -6). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/8/00    204   ARREST WARRANT issued as to Usama Bin Laden (S7 98 Cr. 1023
                -5). (bw) [Entry date 06/09/00]

6/12/00   205   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali for dates of 4/14/00 before Judge Sand.
(mr)
                [Entry date 06/12/00]

6/12/00   213   Filed declaration of David A. Ruhnke, Esquire, in
                opposition to Government's motions for an anonymous
                protected jury and to protect the addresses of jurors. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/20/00]

6/12/00   214   MEMORANDUM OF LAW on behalf of Khalfan Khamis Mohamed in
                opposition to government's motions for an anonymous
                protected jury and to protect the addresses of jurors. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/20/00]

6/13/00   206   MOTION by Wadih El Hage for discovery (mr)
                [Entry date 06/14/00]

6/13/00   207   REDACTED MEMORANDUM by Wadih El Hage in support of [206-1]
                motion for discovery (mr) [Entry date 06/14/00]

6/13/00   208   REDACTED REPLY MEMORANDUM by Wadih El Hage in support of
                [206-1] motion for discovery (mr) [Entry date 06/14/00]

6/13/00   209   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter to Judge Sand dtd. June 8,
                2000 from Sam A. Schmidt as to Usama Bin Laden,
                Acquisition of 5 more translators is authorized ( Signed
                by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/15/00]

6/13/00   210   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                 Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                 Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)


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                 [Entry date 06/15/00]

6/13/00   220    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                 Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                 Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                 Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                 Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                 Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                 Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                 [Entry date 06/22/00]

6/13/00   221    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                 Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                 Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                 Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                 Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                 Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                 Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                 [Entry date 06/22/00]

6/15/00   211    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (af)
                 [Entry date 06/16/00]

6/15/00   212    MOTION by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim for relief consisting of the
                 following: A) An Order pursuant to Rule 12(b)(3) of the
                 FRCP, 18 USC Section 3501, and the Fifth and Sixth
                 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution suppressing evidence of
                 alleged post-arrest statements of the accused, and
                 directing a pre-trial hearing upon the motion; and B) An
                 Order pursuant to Rule 14 of the FRCP granting deft Salim a
                 severance of his trial from those of his codefendants.
                 Although Mr. Salim would prefer an early trial, if
                 severance depends upon his willingness to consent to a
                 delay, he would agree to do so; and C) An Order granting
                 Mr. Salim leave to join in those applications and arguments
                 of codefendants arguably related and favorable to him; and
                 D) An Order permitting Mr. Salim to make such further
                 motions as necessary. E) An Order for such order and
                 further relief as the Court deems just and proper. Return
                 date to be set by the Court. (bw) [Entry date 06/19/00]



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6/15/00   216   MEMORANDUM OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES ON BEHALF OF MAMDOUH
                MAHMUD SALIM in support of [212-1] motion A) An Order
                pursuant to Rule 12(b)(3) of the FRCP, 18 USC Section 3501,
                and the Fifth and Sixth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
                suppressing evidence of alleged post-arrest statements of
                the accused, and directing a pre-trial hearing upon the
                motion, [212-2] motion B) An Order pursuant to Rule 14 of
                the FRCP granting deft Salim a severance of his trial from
                those of his codefendants. Although Mr. Salim would prefer
                an early trial, if severance depends upon his willingness
                to consent to a delay, he would agree to do so, [212-3]
                motion C) An Order granting Mr. Salim leave to join in
                those applications and arguments of codefendants arguably
                related and favorable to him, [212-4] motion D) An Order
                permitting Mr. Salim to make such further motions as
                necessary. E) An Order for such order and further relief as
                the Court deems just and proper. (rg) [Entry date 06/21/00]

6/19/00   218   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 06/22/00]

6/20/00   217   MANDATE OF USCA (certified copy) as to Wadih El Hage Re:
                [129-1] appeal affirming judgment/order (rg)
                [Entry date 06/21/00]

6/21/00   215   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, This matter having been
                opened to the Court upon the application of counsel for
                defendant Mohamed Odeh for the appointment of Paul Muite,
                Esq., as an attorney/research assistant in this matter, and
                the Court having reviewed the documents submitted in behalf
                of this application, and for good cause; In is on 19th day
                oof June, 2000 ordered that Paul Muite, esq. be appointed
                as an attorney/research assistant on behalf of the defense,
                with authorization to be paid at the $100.00 per hour for
                work performed in relation to this case, nunc pro tunc to
                5/5/00. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (mr) [Entry date 06/21/00]

6/21/00   219   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, that Carl J. Herman, Esq.
                shall continue to represent Mohamed Odeh at the rate of
                $125.00 per hour for work performed in relation to this
                case. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed.
                (rg) [Entry date 06/22/00]

6/22/00   222   NOTICE of Appearance for Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali by
                Attorney Frederick H. Cohen (rg) [Entry date 06/27/00]
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6/22/00   --    Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Defendant Al-Owhali present with attorneys David
                Bruck and Robert Tucker and Leonard Joy via telephone.
                Interpreter Mohsen Shawarby (Arabic) present. Court
                reporter Martha Hess present. Ex Parte conference held and
                concluded. Defendant Al-Owhali's application to replace his
                defense team is granted and Frederick Cohn, Esq. is
                appointed pursuant to CJA as new cousenl in case. Defendant
                continued detained. (mr) [Entry date 06/27/00]

6/22/00   --    CJA 30 DEATH PENALTY PROCEEDINGS: APPOINTMENT OF AND
                AUTORITY TO PAY COURT APPOINTED COUNSEL as to Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali : Appointment of Attorney Frederick
                H. Cohn ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (df)
                [Entry date 08/30/00]

6/26/00   228   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 06/30/00]

6/26/00   229   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 06/30/00]

6/26/00   --    CJA 30 DEATH PENALTY PROCEEDINGS: APPOINTMENT OF AND
                AUTORITY TO PAY COURT APPOINTED COUNSEL as to Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali : Appointment of Attorney David
                Preston Baugh ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (df)
                [Entry date 08/30/00]

6/27/00   223   ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, The Legal Aid
                attorney assigned to this case Leonard Joy and Robert
                Tucker Esq are ordered substituted and the representation
                of the defendant in the above captioned matter is assigned
                to Frederick H. Cohn.          ( Signed by Judge Leonard
                B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 06/27/00]

6/27/00   224   ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali. The C.J.A.
                attorney assigned to this case David Bruck (death penalty
                expert) is hereby ordered substituted and the
                representation of the defendant in the above captioned
                matter is assigned to David Baugh of Richmond, Virginia
                (CJA). ( Signed on 6/26/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 06/27/00]


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6/27/00   226   MEMORANDUM by Ali Mohamed in support of [225-1] motion to
                sever the defendant's trial of certain co-defendants.,
                [225-2] motion Granting counsel for the defendant a
                reasonable amount of time to make such additional motions
                as are predicated upon the government's response to and
                necessitated by the court decision on the instant motion.
                (mr) [Entry date 06/28/00]

6/27/00   227   NOTICE of Intent to seek the Death Penalty signed by U.S.
                attorney Mary Jo White as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (mr) [Entry date 06/28/00]

6/28/00   230   Notice of Intent To Seek The Death Penalty by U.S.A. as to
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. (bw) [Entry date 07/05/00]

7/6/00    231   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, that Sandra L. Babcock
                shall continue to represent Mohamed Odeh at the rate of
                $125 per hour for work performed in relation to this case.
                ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 07/10/00]

7/7/00    232   MOTION by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh to suppress all statements
                made by Mr. Odeh to the Pakistani authorities., to
                suppress all statements made by Mr. Odeh to the Kenyan
                authorities., to suppress all evidence seized during a
                search of Mr. Odeh's residence in Witu Kenya. (mr)
                [Entry date 07/10/00]

7/7/00    233   MEMORANDUM by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh in support of [232-1]
                motion to suppress all statements made by Mr. Odeh to the
                Pakistani authorities., [232-2] motion to suppress all
                statements made by Mr. Odeh to the Kenyan authorities.,
                [232-3] motion to suppress all evidence seized during a
                search of Mr. Odeh's residence in Witu Kenya. (mr)
                [Entry date 07/10/00]

7/10/00   234   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Leonard B.
                Sand as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Wadih El
                Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed for date of May 23, 2000 10:20 a.m.
                (bw) [Entry date 07/11/00]

7/10/00   236   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh for dates of 5/23/00 before Judge Pitman. (mr)
                [Entry date 07/12/00]
7/11/00   235   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh for dates of 5/31/00 before Judge Sand. (rg)
                [Entry date 07/11/00]

7/13/00   237   MOTION by Ali Mohamed in support of dft's. motion to
                suppress evidence seized pursuant to Foreign Intelligence
                Surveillance Act (FISA). (mb) [Entry date 07/14/00]


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7/13/00   238   Memorandum of Law by Ali Mohamed in support of [237-1]
                motion in support of dft's. motion to suppress evidence
                seized pursuant to Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
                (FISA). (mb) [Entry date 07/14/00]

7/13/00   239   Redacted exhibits to declaration of Lloyd Epstein, esq. in
                support of dft. Ali Mohamed's motion to suppress evidence
                seized pursuant to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
                Act ("FISA"). (mb) [Entry date 07/14/00]

7/25/00   240   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary. ... IT IS SO ORDERED that all
                approved Swahili and Arabic translators of tape recorded
                conversations receive $75 an hour in compensation for the
                transcription from Arabic and Swahili in English and
                necessary expenses, such compensation considered to be
                reasonable for such services; IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
                said translators may submit interim vouchers for full
                payment. ( Signed on 7/24/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 07/25/00]

8/1/00    --    Filed Memo-Endorsement on as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                withdrawing [232-1] motion to suppress all statements made
                by Mr. Odeh to the Pakistani authorities. as to Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh (3), withdrawing [232-2] motion to suppress all
                statements made by Mr. Odeh to the Kenyan authorities. as
                to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3), withdrawing [232-3] motion to
                suppress all evidence seized during a search of Mr. Odeh's
                residence in Witu Kenya. as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3).
                This action is taken without prejudice to the right of
                counsel for Mr. Odeh to file a renewed Motion to Suppress
                consistent with Mr. Odeh's statements in open court today.
                The Court notes in this regard Mr. Ricco's statement that
                assurances have been given to Mr. Odeh that with respect to
                this subject matter nothing will be submitted to the Court
                that does not have his express approval.   ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg)
                [Entry date 08/04/00]

8/2/00   241    SEALED DOCUMENT (afo) [Entry date 08/02/00]

8/2/00   242    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)


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                [Entry date 08/04/00]

8/2/00   --     Pre-Trial Conference as to Wadih El Hage (1), Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3), Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4), Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8), Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12), Ali Mohamed
                (13) held. ... Deft AL-'OWHALI present w/atty Frederick H.
                Cohn. Deft ODEH present w/attys Anthony Ricco, Edward
                Wilford and Carl J. Herman. Deft EL HAGE present w/attys Sam
                Schmidt and Joshua Dratel. Deft SALIM present w/attys Paul
                J. McAllister, Charles Adler and George Goltzer. Deft ALI
                MOHAMED present w/atty James Roth. Deft KHALFAN KHAMIS
                MOHAMED present w/attys Jeremy Schneider, David Stern and
                David Ruhnke. AUSAs Patrick Fitzerald, Ken Karas, Michael
                Garcia, Paul Butler and Robert Cramer. Arabic Interpreter
                Andre J. Codouni, Swahili Interpreter Laura Black. Pretrial
                Conference and oral argument on severance motions held.
                Defts El Hage, Salim, and Ali Mohamed motions for severance
                from trial are denied without prejudice to renewal. Trial
                will be with a single jury of 12 and 6 alternatives. Court
                will meet w/attys and Jury Commissioner within (45) days
                from today and parties to submitt a proposed joint Jury
                questionairre. Suppression Hearing for deft Salim to
                commence 9/12/00 at 9:30 a.m. Gov't to respond by 8/21/00 to
                suppression motions of El Hage and Ali Mohamed. All defts'
                continued detained. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 08/08/00] [Edit date 08/08/00]

8/2/00   --     Suppression hearing as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim set at 9:30
                a.m. 9/12/00. (bw) [Entry date 08/08/00]

8/2/00   --     ORAL ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed. ... Denying [212-2]
                motion B) An Order pursuant to Rule 14 of the FRCP granting
                deft Salim a severance of his trial from those of his
                codefendants. Although Mr. Salim would prefer an early
                trial, if severance depends upon his willingness to consent
                to a delay, he would agree to do so as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim (12), denying [225-1] motion to sever the defendant's
                trial of certain co-defendants as to Ali Mohamed (13); and
                SET scheduling order deadlines: Response to suppression
                motions of defts El Hage and Ali Mohamed deadline set to
                8/21/00 for U.S.A. ( Entered by Judge Leonard B. Sand )
(bw)
                [Entry date 08/08/00]

8/3/00    243   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 08/04/00]



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8/17/00   244   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (afo)
                [Entry date 08/17/00]

8/17/00   245   MEMORANDUM OPINION # 84378 as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, The severence
                motions filed by defendant's Salim, El Hage, and Mohamed
                are denied. The court will proceed with a single trial of
                all six defendants, before a single jury, on 1/3/01. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 08/18/00]

8/31/00   246   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 09/06/00]

9/7/00    247   LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from Attorney Paul J.
                McAllister, dated 9/6/00, filed by deft Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim Re: Mr. McAllister writes in reply to the
                Government's response to Mr. Salim's motion to suppress the
                statements he (Mr. Salim) allegedly made to American and
                German authorities in Germany. (bw) [Entry date 09/08/00]

9/8/00    248   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from attorney David A. Ruhnke, dated 9/6/00, as to deft
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. Mr. Ruhnke writes to request that
                the date to file motions (addressed to the death-penalty
                aspects of this case) be extended by 14 days to 10/2/00;
                Judge endorsed - Extension granted. No applications for
                further extension will be entertained. ( Signed on 9/7/00
                by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 09/08/00]



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9/11/00   249   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam,
                Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali
                Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary. ... This Court has today granted
                an application on consent to adjourn certain pre-trial
                motions of defts Wadih el Hage and Ali Mohamed. The
                application for adjournment was granted subject to the
                following caveat applicable to all counsel. This Court has
                heretofore routinely granted applications for adjournments
                on consent. It has also granted virtually all applications
                by defts' counsel for additional support personnel and
                resources. We note, however, that only three full months
                remain before the date upon which this case is scheduled to
                go to trial: January 3, 2001. The Court's resolve to
                commence trial on that date is firm. Accordingly, regardless
                of consent, this Court will deny all applications for
                adjournment of previously scheduled filings and proceedings
                unless: (a) it is clear that the adjournment is necessitated
                by conditions totally beyond control of the parties --
                including all U.S. Government agencies. (Applications for
                adjournments predicated on counsel's involvement in other
                cases are inappropriate as inconsistent with commitments
                counsel previously made to this Court); (b) it is clear that
                when an adjournment request is predicated on the fact that
                additional material has not yet been furnished by an entity
                not under the control of any party, that the proceedings
                sought to be adjourned cannot usefully go forward without
                the missing material, subject to being revisited at a later
                date.; If, in the opinion of the party seeking adjournment,
                granting of the adjournment may jeopardize or adversely
                impact on the trial starting date, the application for
                adjournment shall so state. Because of all of the
                circumstances attending this case, including especially the
                defts' conditions of confinement, this Court will treat all
                further applications as being made on the eve of trial.
                Copies of this Order are being sent to the U.S. Marshal and
                the Jury Administrator so that they may make appropriate
                plans. This Court appreciates the diligence, dedication and
                cooperation which all counsel have heretofore displayed and,
                the Court is confident, will continue to display in this
                litigation. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (bw) [Entry date 09/12/00] [Edit date 09/12/00]

9/11/00   250   ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Ordered,
                that Mounir Khaddar is assigned to be full time interpreter
                for the dft. at the rate of $1,500 per week, nunc pro tunc
                to 8/30/00 when he actually commenced work, and that he
                submit voucher bi-weekly therefore or as directed by the
                CJA Clerk of the U.S.D.C. for the SDNY. This appointment
                shall expire on 12/31/00 unless renewed by order of this
                Court. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ). (mb)


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                [Entry date 09/12/00]

9/12/00   251   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 9/11/00 to Judge
                Sand signed by AUSA Kenneth M. Karas as to Wadih El Hage,
                Ali Mohamed, requesting a revision of the schedule related
                to the pending pre-trial motions of defendant Wadih el Hage
                and Ali Mohomed....Granted on consent but the see order
                issued this date. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 09/12/00]

9/15/00   252   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that Joseph Guastaferro is
                authorized to spend an additional one hundred and thirty
                (130) hours of time on this matter and necesaary expenses.
                 ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg)
                [Entry date 09/18/00]

9/22/00   253   Defendant Khalfan Khamis Mohamed's Memorandum regarding
                Proposed Jury-Selection Procedures. (bw)
                [Entry date 09/25/00]

9/26/00   254   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage. For the reasons set forth in
                open court and to be set forth more fully in an Opinion to
                follow, the Motion of defendant Wadih el Hage, dated
                September 13, 2000, to quash grand jury subpoenas and for
                other relief, is denied. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand
                ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 09/27/00]

9/26/00   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage held. Defendant El
                Hage present with attorney's Sam Schmidt and Joshua Dratel.
                AUSAs Patrick Fitzgerald, Ken Karas, Andrew McCarthy, Paul
                Butler, Michael Garcia present. Also present Paul
                McAllister, Frederick Cohn, Chalres Adler, James Roth, and
                David Stern Esqs. Hearing begun on defendant El Hage motion
                to quash Grand Jury Supeanoas and to delay grand jury's
                investigation, and concluded. Motion denied. Defendant
                continued detained. (mr) [Entry date 10/18/00]

9/27/00   265   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 10/13/00]



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9/28/00   --    Pre-Trial Conference as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary held. .....
                Conference held as to issue of jury voire dire and Juror
                questionaires. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald, Michael Garcia,
                Paul Butler, and AUSA Andrew McCarthy prsent. Arabic
                Interpreter Andre Coudouni. Jury Adminstrator Robert Rogers
                present. Deft Al-'Owhali present w/attys Frederick Cohn and
                Laura Gasiorowski. NO OTHER DEFT PRESENT. Attys' Anthony
                Ricco and Edward Wilford present for deft Odeh. Attys' Carl
                J. Herman and Sandra Babeock also present for deft Odeh.
                Attys' Sam Schmidt and Joshua Dratel for deft El Hage.
                Attys' Paul J. McAllister and Charles D. Adler present for
                deft Salim. Attys' James Roth and Lloyd Epstein present for
                deft Ali Mohamed. Attys' Jeremy Schneider, David Stern and
                David Rukhnke present for deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. Deft
                Al-'Owhali continued detained. ( Held before Judge Sand )
                (bw) [Entry date 10/03/00]

9/28/00   255   Filed Court Exhibit A. (Excerpt from proceeding held
                September 28, 2000 ex parte on application of Sandra A.
                Babcock, Esq. to withdraw as counsel.). (rg)
                [Entry date 10/03/00]

10/2/00   307   Brief and Aooendix in support of Khalfan Mohamed's Motions
                regardingthe Death Penalty as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed.
(mr)
                [Entry date 11/21/00]

10/2/00   309   MOTION by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed to strike the Notice of
                Intention to Seek the Death Penalty., to strike the death
                -notice on the ground that only a grang jury may find or
                allege elements of capital murder., to strike from the
                death-notice certain of the government's non-statutory
                aggravating factors., to strike the non-statutory
                aggravating factors on the ground that congress may not
                delete to the Executive Branch the legislative finction of
                designating aggravting factors in a comprehensive
                death-penalty scheme., to strike the non-statutory
                aggravating factors without also providing for
                preportionality review. , to strike the death-notice
                because the relaxed evidentiary standards available to the
                government at a penalty-phase enders any penalty-findings
                unreliable., to strike the death penalty on the grounds
                that Congress, by removing "plain-error" from the scope of
                appellate reveiw permissable in a case where a verdict of
                death has been returned, has failed to provide for
                meaningful appellate review., for Bill of Particulars,
                to strike the death-notice in the ground that, by pursuing
                Mr. Mohamed's execution., and to strike the death-notice
                on the grounds that he death penalty. (mr)


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                [Entry date 11/21/00]

10/3/00   260   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 10/05/00]

10/4/00   256   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (af)
                [Entry date 10/04/00]

10/4/00   257   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 10/04/00]

10/4/00   258   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 10/05/00]

10/4/00   264   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage (af)
                [Entry date 10/13/00]
10/5/00   259   OPINION # 84657 as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary. ... The
                Defendants are charged with numerous offenses arising out
                of their alleged participation in an international
                terrorist organization led by Defendant Usama Bin Laden and
                that organization's alleged involvement in the August 1998
                bombings of the U.S. Embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es
                Salaam, Tanzania. Presently before the Court are Defendant
                El-Hage's motions (1) to quash any outstanding grand jury
                subpoenas issued to Farid Adlouni, Khadar Ibrahim, Khalil
                Zaidan, Mustafa Elnore and Moataz al-Hallak and (2) to
                suppress, or alternatively, to provide a copy of the grand
                jury testimony of Moataz al-Hallak. For the reasons set
                forth in this Opinion, Mr. El-Hage's motions are denied
                without prejudice to renewal. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 10/05/00]

10/5/00   261   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (af)
                [Entry date 10/05/00]



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10/10/00 262    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (af)
                [Entry date 10/10/00]

10/10/00 263    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 10/10/00]

10/10/00 --     Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary held. All counel
                regarding viore dire matters and finalizing the proposed
                jury questionaire. No defendant's present. AUSAs Patrick
                Fitzgerald, Paul Butler, Michael Garcia and Andrew McCarthy
                present. Carl j. Herman, Esq. present for defendant Odeh.
                Frederick Cohn, Esq is for defendant Al-Owhali, Sam Schmidt
                and Joshua Dratel present El Hage. Paul McCallister and
                Charles Adler Esqs, present for defendant Salim, James Roth
                and Lloyd Epstein present for defendant Ali Mohomed. Jeremy
                Roth and Lloyd Epstein present. for defendant Ali Mohamed,
                Jeremy Schneider, David Stern and David Ruhke, Esqs
                present. fir defendant Khalfan Khamis Mohammed. Conference
                concluded. (mr) [Entry date 10/18/00]

10/16/00 266    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Wadih El Hage for dates of 8/24/00. (lf)
                [Entry date 10/16/00]

10/16/00 267    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Wadih
                El Hage, Ali Mohamed, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed for dates of
                8/2/00. (lf) [Entry date 10/16/00]

10/16/00 268    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Wadih
                El Hage, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed for dates of 8/2/00. (lf) [Entry date 10/16/00]

10/16/00 269    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 10/16/00]

10/16/00 270    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 10/18/00]

10/18/00 271    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (da)
                [Entry date 10/20/00]


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10/18/00 272    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (da)
                [Entry date 10/20/00]

10/18/00 273    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (da)
                [Entry date 10/20/00]

10/18/00 --     Status conference as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim held.
                Defendant Salim present with attorneys' Paul J. McAllister
                and Charles Adler. AUSA Ken Kavas and Michael Garcia,
                Arabic interpreters (Andre Codouni and Ariz N. Ismail).
                Suppression hearing begum on defendant's motion to supress
                statements allegedly made to American and German
                authorities in Germany. (mr) [Entry date 10/23/00]

10/18/00 278    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (da)
                [Entry date 10/31/00]
10/18/00 279    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 10/31/00]

10/19/00 --     Status conference as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim held. (mr)
                [Entry date 10/23/00]

10/20/00 274    Defendant's acknowledgment of rights regarding guilty plea
                by Ali Mohamed (rg) [Entry date 10/20/00]

10/20/00 --     Change of Plea Hearing as to Ali Mohamed held. Deft. Ali
                Mohamed present w/attys' James Roth and Lloyd Epstein.
                AUSA'S Patrick Fitgerald, Ken Karas, Paul Butler, Michael
                Garcia and Andrew McCarthy. Deft. Ali Mohamed withdraws his
                prior plea of not guilty and pleads guilty on each of
                counts 1,2,3,5 and 6 as charged. PSI ordered. Sentence
                July 23, 2001 at 9:30-Control date. Deft. cont'd detained.
                (rg) [Entry date 10/20/00]

10/20/00 --     Change of Not Guilty Plea to Guilty Plea by Ali Mohamed
                Ali Mohamed (13) count(s) 1ss, 2ss, 3ss, 5ss, 6ss (rg)
                [Entry date 10/20/00]



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10/20/00 --     PLEA entered by Ali Mohamed . Court accepts plea. Guilty:
                Ali Mohamed (13) count(s) 1ss, 2ss, 3ss, 5ss, 6ss
                (Terminated motions - terminating [237-1] motion in support
                of dft's. motion to suppress evidence seized pursuant to
                Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). as to Ali
                Mohamed (1), terminating [225-2] motion Granting counsel
                for the defendant a reasonable amount of time to make such
                additional motions as are predicated upon the government's
                response to and necessitated by the court decision on the
                instant motion. as to Ali Mohamed (13) ) (rg)
                [Entry date 10/20/00]

10/20/00 --     Court Orders pre-sentence investigation as to Ali Mohamed
                (rg) [Entry date 10/20/00]

10/20/00 --     Status conference as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim held. Hearing
                continued and conlcuded. Post hearing memorandum by both
                sides on or before 11/3/00. Decision reserved at that time.
                Defent continued detained. (mr) [Entry date 10/23/00]
                [Edit date 10/24/00]
10/20/00 275    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 10/23/00]

10/23/00 276    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Ali Mohamed (afo)
                [Entry date 10/23/00]

10/23/00 277    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (af)
                [Entry date 10/26/00]

10/24/00 --     Change of Plea Hearing as to Wadih El Hage held. Defendant
                Wadih El Hage present with attorneys Sam Schmidt and Joshua
                Dratel. AUSAs Patrick Fitzgerald, Paul Butler, and Marcia
                Garcia present. Defendant withdrws his previous plea of not
                guilty and pleads guilt on counts 1,2,3,5,6, 287 thru 308 as
                charged. Court rejects plea. Plea not accepted. Defendant
                continued detained. (mr) [Entry date 10/25/00]
                [Edit date 01/09/01]

10/31/00 280    ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim. The Court has received a
                Memorandum from Magistrate Judge Douglas F. Eaton to whom
                this Court referred some matters relating to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim's representation in this suit. In light of that
                Memorandum, no further action by this Court is necessary or
                appropriate. Application for appointment of new counsel is
                denied. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (bw) [Entry date 11/01/00]

11/1/00   281   ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Order and direct Warden
                Parks to permit Mr. Salim to telephone or write Mr.Tiger
                ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl)
                [Entry date 11/02/00]



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11/1/00   285   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 11/03/00]

11/1/00   286   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 11/03/00]
11/1/00   287   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 11/03/00]

11/2/00   282   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/02/00]

11/2/00   283   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/02/00]

11/2/00   465   (S8) SUPERSEDING INFORMATION as to L'Houssiane Kherchtou
                (22) count(s) 1 (rg) [Entry date 03/08/01]

11/2/00   466   WAIVER OF INDICTMENT by L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rg)
                [Entry date 03/08/01]

11/2/00   --    First Appearance as to L'Houssiane Kherchtou   held (rg)
                [Entry date 03/08/01]



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11/2/00   --    Arraignment as to L'Houssiane Kherchtou held L'Houssiane
                Kherchtou (22) count(s) 1 before Judge Leonard B. Sand.
                Deft. L'Houssiane Kherchtou present w/atty Thomas Dunn.
                AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald and Ken Karas. Deft. signs Waiver
                of Indictment. Deft. pleads guilty on count 1 of
                Superseding Information as charged. Court accepts plea.
                PSI not ordered at this time. Sentence July 23, 2001-a
                control date only. Deft. cont'd detained. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/08/01]

11/2/00   --    PLEA entered by L'Houssiane Kherchtou . Court accepts plea.
                Guilty: L'Houssiane Kherchtou (22) count(s) 1 (rg)
                [Entry date 03/08/01]

11/2/00   467   Defendant's acknowledgment of rights regarding guilty plea.
                by L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rg) [Entry date 03/08/01]

11/3/00   284   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (af)
                [Entry date 11/03/00]

11/6/00   288   RESPONSE by U.S.A. re [212-1] motion A) An Order pursuant
                to Rule 12(b)(3) of the FRCP, 18 USC Section 3501, and the
                Fifth and Sixth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
                suppressing evidence of alleged post-arrest statements of
                the accused, and directing a pre-trial hearing upon the
                motion as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (sl)
                [Entry date 11/06/00]

11/6/00   289   MEMORANDUM by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim in support of [212-1]
                motion A) An Order pursuant to Rule 12(b)(3) of the FRCP,
                18 USC Section 3501, and the Fifth and Sixth Amendments to
                the U.S. Constitution suppressing evidence of alleged
                post-arrest statements of the accused, and directing a
                pre-trial hearing upon the motion (sl) [Entry date 11/08/00]

11/8/00   290   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/08/00]

11/9/00   291   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 11/09/00]

11/9/00   292   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 11/09/00]



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11/9/00   293   ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim. It is hereby ORDERED,
                that pursuant to the Speedy Trial Act, 18 U.S.C. Section
                3161(h)(8)(A), all time running from 11/8/00 until
                12/15/00, shall be excluded from the time within which
                trial must commence in the above-captioned case, the Court
                having found that the ends of justice served by this
                exclusion outweigh the best interests of the public. (
                Signed on 11/8/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (bw) [Entry date 11/09/00]

11/9/00   294   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/13/00]

11/9/00   298   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 11/14/00]

11/9/00   --    Status conference as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim held. On
                disposition sheet: AUSA - Michael Garcia; Proceeding -
                Assign of Counsel; Alan Haber appted as counsel for Mr.
                Salim. ( Held before Magistrate Judge Theodore H. Katz )
(bw)
                [Entry date 11/15/00]

11/9/00   --    CJA 20 APPOINTMENT OF AND AUTHORITY TO PAY COURT APPOINTED
                COUNSEL as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim : Appointment of
                Attorney Allan P. Haber ( Signed by Magistrate Judge
                Theodore H. Katz ) (df) [Entry date 11/17/00]

11/9/00   312   REDACTED MEMORANDUM by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed in opposition to the
                motions of defendants Khamis Mohamed and Al-Owhali to
                decalre the Federal Death Penalty Act unconsitutional and
                to strike the Government's Death Penalty Notice. (mr)
                [Entry date 11/22/00]

11/13/00 295    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/13/00]


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11/13/00 296    ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim. Because of the potential
                of being witnesses as set forth in the sealed court
                proceeding of November 8, 2000, the attorneys Paul J.
                McAllister, as well as Charles D. Adler and George Goltzer
                of Goltzer & Adler, are relieved from further
                representation of Mamdoh Mahmud Salim in this case and the
                trial of the defendant Salim is severed from that of the
                other defendants in this case. ( Signed on 11/9/00 by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 11/13/00]

11/13/00 297    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali for dates of 9/28/00 before Judge Sand.
                (sl) [Entry date 11/14/00]

11/13/00 299    MEMORANDUM by U.S.A. as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim in
                opposition to Salim's Suppression Motion. (bw)
                [Entry date 11/14/00]

11/13/00 --     Pre-Trial Conference as to Usama Bin Laden held before
                Judge Sand. No deft present. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                present. Frederick Cohen. & David Barigh Esq present and
                concluded. (sl) [Entry date 11/15/00]

11/14/00 300    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/14/00]

11/15/00 301    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage. It is hereby ORDERED, that the
                Warden of the Metropolitan Correctional Center, or whoever
                shall have the supervision and control of the deft, shall
                provide a suitable place for the administration of such an
                examination, such place to consist of a private room
                without distractions or noise, a small table and chairs in
                a non contact manner. If deft is unable or unwilling to
                participate in the examination, the Warden of the
                Metropolitan Correctional Center, or whoever shall have the
                supervision and control of the deft, shall allow Dr.
                Barrill an opportunity to observe Mr. El-Hage for at least
                30 minutes. ( Signed on 11/14/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand
                ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 11/15/00]



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11/15/00 302    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage. WHEREAS, Sam A. Schmidt, Esq.,
                having been assigned to represent Wadih El Hage, pursuant
                to the Criminal Justice Act; WHEREAS, it is necessary for
                the defense to retain the services of Dr. N.G. Berrill of
                the New York Center for Neuropsychology and Forensic
                Sciences 26 Court Street, Ste 900 Brooklyn, NY 11242 to
                assist in the defense; IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Dr.
                Berrill is authorized to receive up to $1500 for his
                services. ( Signed on 11/14/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 11/15/00]

11/15/00 303    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/15/00]

11/16/00 304    ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali. Upon oral
                motion by Mohammed Al-'Owhali, through undersigned counsel,
                for leave to bring into the MCC, Ten South, a camera for
                purposes of preserving evidence, this Court, for good cause
                shown, hereby grants and orders leave for counsel David P.
                Baugh to bring into MCC, at 2:30 p.m., this 15th day of
                November, 2000, a flash camera to photograph evidence. The
                MCC, through the Warden or other such authority, shall
                accommodate counsel's need for contact with his client to
                photograph the evidence, by permitting counsel and
                defendant a visit in a suitably secure area with
                appropriate precautions, permitting an unobstructed camera
                view. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed.
                (bw) [Entry date 11/16/00]

11/16/00 --     Pre-Trial Conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh held. Defendant Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                waives his appearence and Defendant El Hage not present.
                Defendant Al Owhali present witha ttorneys Frederick H.
                Cohn, Laura Gasiorowski and David P. Baugh. Defendant
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh present with attorneys Carl J. Herman
                and Anthony L. Ricco, Esq. Arabic interpreter Andre
                Codouni, dealing with issues of AUSAs Patrick Fitzgerald
                and Paul Butler security and Jury Questionaires and viore
                dired. Bot defendants detained. (mr) [Entry date 11/27/00]

11/20/00 305    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/21/00]


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11/20/00 306    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/21/00]

11/21/00 308    Reply brief in support of Khalfan Khamis Mohamed's Motions
                regarding the Death Penalty as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed.
                (mr) [Entry date 11/21/00]

11/21/00 310    MEMORANDUM by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed in support of [309-1]
                motion to strike the Notice of Intention to Seek the Death
                Penalty., [309-2] motion to strike the death -notice on the
                ground that only a grang jury may find or allege elements
                of capital murder., [309-3] motion to strike from the
                death-notice certain of the government's non-statutory
                aggravating factors., [309-4] motion to strike the
                non-statutory aggravating factors on the ground that
                congress may not delete to the Executive Branch the
                legislative finction of designating aggravting factors in a
                comprehensive death-penalty scheme., [309-5] motion to
                strike the non-statutory aggravating factors without also
                providing for preportionality review., [309-6] motion to
                strike the death-notice because the relaxed evidentiary
                standards available to the government at a penalty-phase
                enders any penalty-findings unreliable., [309-7] motion to
                strike the death penalty on the grounds that Congress, by
                removing "plain-error" from the scope of appellate reveiw
                permissable in a case where a verdict of death has been
                returned, has failed to provide for meaningful appellate
                review., [309-8] motion for Bill of Particulars, [309-9]
                motion to strike the death-notice in the ground that, by
                pursuing Mr. Mohamed's execution., [309-10] motion to
                strike the death-notice on the grounds that he death
                penalty., [309-11] motion, [309-12] motion (mr)
                [Entry date 11/21/00]

11/21/00 313    MEMORANDUM by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary in opposition to
                defendant's severence motions. (mr) [Entry date 11/22/00]

11/21/00 314    Survey of the Federal Death Penalty System (1988-2000). (mr)
                [Entry date 11/22/00]



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11/21/00 --     Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald and Paul Butler present.
                Attornys Fred Cohn and Laura Gasiowski present and attorney
                David Baugh by telephone - for defendant Al'Owhali.
                Defendant not present. Also present Dominique Raia,
                attorney for MCC and Warden Parks of MCC. (mr)
                [Entry date 11/27/00]

11/22/00 311    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/22/00]

11/22/00 315    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 11/22/00]

11/22/00 316    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that the defendant Wadih el
                Hage undergo a psychiatric examination by Dr. Eric
                Goldsmith, and a psychologist to be retained by Dr.
                Goldsmith, pursuant to 18 USC 4241(a) and (b) in order to
                determine whether he is presently suffering a mental
                disease or defect that renders him mentally incompetent
                tothe extent that he is unable to understand the nature and
                consequences of the proceedings against him or incapable of
                assisting properly in his own defense., that Dr. eric
                Goldsmith, and the psychologist o be retained by Dr.
                Goldsmith, be granted access to Mr. el Hage at the
                Manhattan Correctional Center as frequently as reasonably
                necessary to complete their examination of Mr. el Hage.,
                and that a report of the psychiatrist examination be filed
                promptly with the Honorable Leonard B. Sand, U.S.D.C. for
                the S.D.N.Y., pursuant to 18USC4247, with copies to be
                provided to the office of the United States Attorney for
                the Southern District of New York, and Sam Schmidt, esq,
                counsel for Wadih el hage. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 11/27/00]



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11/22/00 317    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that the defendant Wadih el
                hage undergo a psychiatric examination by Dr. Stuart B.
                Klienman, and a psychologist to be retained by Dr.
                Kleinman, and a psychologist to be retained by Dr.
                Kleinman, pursuant to 18 USC 4241 (a) and (b) in order to
                determine whether he is presently suffering from a mental
                disease that renders him mentally incompetent to the extent
                that he is unable to understand the nature and consequences
                of the proceeding against him or incable of assisting
                properly in his own defense., that Dr. Stuart B.
                Kleinman, and the psychologist to be retained by Dr.
                Kleinman, be granted access to Mr. el Hage at the Manhatten
                Correctional Center as frequently as reasonably necessary
                to complete their examination of Mr. el Hage., and that a
                report of the psychiatric examination be filed promptly
                with the Honorable Leanard B. Sand, USDC for the SDNY,
                pursuant to 18 USC 4247, with copiues to be provided to the
                office of the United States Attorney for the Southern
                District of New York and San Schmidt, Esq., counsel for
                Wadih el Hage. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (mr) [Entry date 11/27/00]

11/22/00 320    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (da)
                [Entry date 11/29/00]

11/22/00 321    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Ali Mohamed (da) [Entry date 11/29/00]

11/22/00 322    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (da)
                [Entry date 11/29/00]

11/22/00 323    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage (da)
                [Entry date 11/29/00]

11/22/00 324    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 11/29/00]

11/22/00 325    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage (da)
                [Entry date 11/29/00]

11/22/00 326    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (da)
                [Entry date 11/29/00]



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11/27/00 318    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, of protection. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 11/27/00]

11/27/00 328    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/29/00]

11/27/00 329    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 11/29/00]

11/28/00 319    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 11/28/00]

11/29/00 327    Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from Allan P. Haber, Esq. counsel for Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                dated 11/22/00. Re: Request that I be placed on the approved
                list for transcripts and that I be allowed to received them
                in minuscript rather that full page. Application granted. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ). (mb)
                [Entry date 11/29/00] [Edit date 11/29/00]

11/29/00 330    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 11/30/00]



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11/29/00 --     Pre-Trial Conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Wadih El Hage, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. ... AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald, Ken Karas, Michael
                Garcia and Paul Butler. Arabic Interpreter Andre Codouni
                present. Deft Al-'Owhali present w/attys Fred Cohn, Laura
                Gasiorowski and David P. Baugh. NO OTHER DEFT PRESENT.
                Attys Carl J. Herman, Anthony Ricco and Edward Wilford
                present for deft Odeh. Attys Sam Schmidt and Joshua Dratel
                for deft El Hage. Attys David Ruhnke, David Stein and
                Jeremy Schneider present for deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed -
                on issues of jury questionaires and courtroom security.
                Parties submit new draft of questionairre before 12/6
                meeting. Further conference on jury questionaire on 12/6/00
                10 a.m. Deft Al-'Owhali continued detained. ( Held before
                Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 12/05/00]

11/29/00 --     Pre-Trial Conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Wadih El Hage, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed set at 10:00 a.m. 12/6/00. (bw)
                [Entry date 12/05/00]

12/4/00   331   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 12/04/00]

12/5/00   332   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 12/05/00]

12/5/00   333   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 12/05/00]

12/5/00   334   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim for date of October 20, 2000. (bw)
                [Entry date 12/05/00]

12/5/00   335   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim for date of October 19, 2000. (bw)


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                [Entry date 12/05/00]
12/5/00   336   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil for dates of 10/10/00. (db)
                [Entry date 12/05/00]

12/5/00   337   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary for dates of 10/24/00. (db) [Entry date 12/05/00]

12/5/00   338   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Ali Mohamed   for
                dates of 10/20/00 before Judge Sand. (mb)
                [Entry date 12/06/00]

12/5/00   340   AFFIRMATION OF ATTORNEY in support ofobtaining expert
                services. by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (sl) [Entry date 12/06/00]

12/6/00   339   ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim. WHEREAS, Paul J.
                McAllister, Esq. has been assigned to represent Mr. Mamdouh
                Salim pursuant to the Criminal Justice Act; WHEREAS, it is
                necessary for Paul J. McAllister to retain one or more
                translators in this case because of the extraordinary
                nature of the charges against Mr. Salim; IT IS HEREBY
                ORDERED that Paul J. McAllister may retain the following
                translator at the hourly rate of $75.00. Ms. Maya Hess,
                Hess Translations, Inc., 477 West 22nd Street, New York,
                New York 10011 (212)675-0451; IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
                the above named translator shall be permitted to file
                interim vouchers for his services; IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
                that the CJA Clerk shall prepare voucher(s) for the above
                named translator. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 12/06/00]

12/6/00   --    Pre-Trial Conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed held. AUSAs Patrick Fitzgerald, Ken Kavas, Andrew
                McCarthy, Paul Butler present. Attys Sam Schmidt, Joshua
                Dratel present for deft El Hage. Attys Anthony Ricco,
                Edward Wilford present for deft Odeh. Attys David Baugh and
                Laura Gasicrowski present for deft Al-'Owhali. Attys Jeremy
                Schneider and David Ruhnke present for deft K.K. Mohamed.
                Conference held. No deft present. Continued discussions on
                finalizing the proposed jury questionaire. Conference
                adjourned to 12/11/00 at 11 a.m. ( Held before Judge Sand )
                (bw) [Entry date 12/14/00]



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12/6/00   --    Pre-Trial Conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed set at 11:00 a.m. 12/11/00. (bw)
                [Entry date 12/14/00]

12/6/00   386   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (da)
                [Entry date 12/28/00]

12/6/00   387   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (da)
                [Entry date 12/28/00]

12/6/00   388   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (da)
                [Entry date 12/28/00]

12/8/00   341   ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, A motion and
                supporting brief by Defendant Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                al-'Owhali for courtroom closure during a suppression
                hearing having been filed under seal and docketed on
                Tuesday, December 5, 2000, the Court hereby schedules a
                hearing on the closure motion for 10:00 a.m. on Monday,
                December 11, 2000, in Courtroom 318 at the 40 Foley Square
                Courthouse. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (rg) [Entry date 12/08/00]

12/8/00   342   LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from AUSA Paul W. Butler,
                dated 11/28/00, filed by U.S.A. as to defts Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali Re: submitted in
                response to the discovery requests made in the Reply Brief
                in Support of Khalfan Khamis Mohamed's Motions Regarding
                the Death Penalty. The Gov't relies on its prior Memorandum
                of Law in Response to the Motions of Defendants Khamis
                Mohamed and Al-'Owhali to Declare the Federal Death Penalty
                Act Unconstitutional and to Strike the Government's Death
                Penalty Notice in response to the arguments to strike
                aggravating factors from the Govt's death notice set forth
                in the Reply Memorandum of Law in Support of Defendant
                Mohammed Al-'Owhali's Death Penalty Motion. (bw)
                [Entry date 12/11/00]



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12/11/00 343    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, that upon
                the daily arrival of the jurors at designated locations
                away from the courthouse, they will be kept in the custody
                of the United States Marshal for the Southern District of
                New York until after the close of court each day, as
                further directed herein, and upon the close of court each
                day the juror will be transported to designated locations
                away from the courthouse, and the United States Marshal
                will make all appropriate arrangements for the
                transportation of the jurors as aforesaid., that no
                Deputy Marshal in attendance with the jury will converse
                with the jurors except as may be necessary in carryiong out
                the obligations imposed by this Order and in no event will
                any Deputy Marshal, while in the presence of any juror,
                comment in any way whatsoever upon the issues in this case,
                the defendants, their counsel, the government, or the
                witnesses., that any communications with the court by the
                jury or any individual juror shall be made in writing and
                that writing shall be placed in a sealed envelope and shall
                be promptly delivered to the Court by a Deputy Marshal.,
                that during the day of the Marshal shall provide reading
                materials, refreshments and muncheon for the juror so
                empaneled. , and that this Order is effective as of
                1/3/01 and may be altered or amended at any time by the
                direction of the Court. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand
                ); Copies mailed. (mr) [Entry date 12/11/00]

12/11/00 344    MEMORANDUM OPINION # 84909 as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary,
                Denying defendant's motion to dismiss the Government's
                death penalty notices, and in the alternative, to compel
                discovery relating to the Government's capital-approval
                practices. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (sl) [Entry date 12/12/00]

12/11/00 --     Pre-Trial Conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. (10:00 a.m.) Deft Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali not
                present. His attys Frederick H. Cohn, Laura Gasiorowski and
                David P. Baugh. AUSAs Patrick Fitzgerald, Ken Karas, Paul
                Butler, Andrew McCarthy present. Oral argument on deft's
                motion to close courtroom for Suppression Hearing. Motion
                for closure denied. Hearing commences 12/12/00 at 10:00 a.m.
                ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 12/14/00]
                [Edit date 12/14/00]



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12/11/00 --     Pre-Trial Conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held. (10:15) Conference held.
                No deft present. Attys Sam Schmidt, Joshua Dratel present
                for deft El-Hage; Attys Edward Wilford, Carl J. Herman
                present for deft Odeh; Atty Jeremy Schneider present for
                deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. Jury questionairres are
                finalized. Conference concluded. ( Held before Judge Sand )
                (bw) [Entry date 12/14/00]

12/12/00 345    ORDER, Joe Guastaferro may submit a final interim voucher
                at this time and may submit another voucher at the
                conclusion of his service ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 12/12/00]

12/12/00 346    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Dr. Berrill is authorized to
                receive an additional $150/hr for ten hours. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl)
                [Entry date 12/12/00]

12/12/00 --     Evidentiary Hearing as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Evidentiary Hearing begun on deft Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali motion to suppress. AUSAs Paul Butler,
                Andrew McCarthy, Patrick Fitzgerald present. Deft
                Al-'Owhali present w/attys Fred Cohn, Laura Gasiorowski and
                David P. Baugh. Arabic interpreters Andre J. Coudouni and
                Aziz Ismail. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 12/15/00]

12/14/00 --     Evidentiary Hearing as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Hearing continued and concluded - Decision reserved.
                ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 12/15/00]

12/15/00 347    AFFIRMATION of AUSA Michael J. Garcia by U.S.A. as to
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim Re: in support of an application for
                an Order excluding the time within which trial must
                commence, pursuant to Title 18, U.S.C., Section
                3161(h)(8)(A). (bw) [Entry date 12/15/00]

12/15/00 348    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 12/15/00]

12/15/00 349    ORDER as to Ali Mohamed, Time excluded from 12/15/00 until
                12/22/00 to Continue in Interests of Justice ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 12/18/00]



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12/18/00 350    LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from AUSA Kenneth M. Karas,
                dated 7/31/00, filed by U.S.A. as to defts Wadih El Hage,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed Re: submitted in further
                response to the severance motions submitted by the above
                defts. (bw) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/18/00 351    LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from AUSA Kenneth M. Karas,
                dated 12/7/00, filed by U.S.A. as to deft Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali Re: submitted in response to the motion of
                deft Al-'Owhali to seal the suppression hearing, which is
                scheduled to begin on 12/12/00. (bw) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/18/00 352    LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from AUSA Andrew C.
                McCarthy, dated 12/11/00, filed by U.S.A. as to deft
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali Re: submitted to address
                the application of the Fifth Amendment to the issues raised
                by deft Al-Owhali's suppression motion, which is scheduled
                for a hearing on 12/12/00. (bw) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/18/00 353    REPLY MEMORANDUM OF LAW by Wadih El Hage in support of his
                Pre-Trial Motion for Severance. (bw) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/18/00 354    Exhibits to Declaration of Lloyd Epstein, Esq. in support
                of defendant Ali Mohamed's Motion to Suppress Evidence
                Seized pursuant to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
                Act ("FISA"). (bw) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/18/00 355    LETTER filed as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary   From Joshua L. Dratel, Dated
                11/17/00, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: reply to
                government's surreply (mr) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/18/00 356    LETTER filed as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary   From Joshua L. Dratel, Dated
                11/20/00, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: error in his
                11/17/00 letter. (mr) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/18/00 357    REPLY MEMORANDUM by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali in
                support of defendant's Mohammed Al-Owhali's death penalty
                motion. (mr) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/18/00 358    REPLY MEMORANDUM by Ali Mohamed in support of motion to
                suppress evidence seized pursuant to the Foreign
                intelligence surveillance act. (mr) [Entry date 12/19/00]


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12/18/00 367    Memorandum of Law by U.S.A. in response to as to Wadih El
                Hage, Ali Mohamed motions to suppress evidence derived from
                electronics surveillance and physical evidence searches
                authorized under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
                (mb) [Entry date 12/20/00]

12/18/00 368    Memorandum of Law by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage in
                opposition to dft's. motion to quash grand jury subpoenas,
                to compel production of grand jury proceedings, and to
                delay the grand jury's investigation. (mb)
                [Entry date 12/20/00]

12/18/00 369    AFFIRMATION (REDACTED) by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed Re: [212-2] motion B) An
                Order pursuant to Rule 14 of the FRCP granting deft Salim a
                severance of his trial from those of his codefendants.
                Although Mr. Salim would prefer an early trial, if
                severance depends upon his willingness to consent to a
                delay, he would agree to do so, [0-0] modifier count (mb)
                [Entry date 12/20/00]

12/18/00 373    MOTION by Ali Mohamed for the following relief: 1) For an
                order suppressing certain physical evidence and any evidence
                derived therefrom as having been obtained in violation of
                the deft's rights under 50 USC Sec.1821-26; and 2) For an
                order suppressing the fruit of certain electronic
                surveillance, including wiretap evidence as having been
                obtained in violation of the deft's rights under 50 USC
                Sec.1801-06; and 3) For an order compelling the gov't to
                disclose to the defense copies of following (see doc); and
                4) For an order compelling the gov't to disclose to the
                defense copies of the following (see doc); and 5) For an
                order granting a hearing on the above motions to permit the
                court to make findings of fact necessary to a determination
                of the instant motions; and 6) For an order granting
                counsel for the deft a reasonable amount of time to make
                such additional motions as are predicated upon the U.S.
                Attorney's response to and necessitated by the Court's
                decision on the instant motions. Return date 6/15/00. [
                Motion dated 6/15/00 ] (bw) [Entry date 12/20/00]
                [Edit date 12/20/00]

12/18/00 --     Filed Memo-Endorsement on 'Motion In Support of Defendant
                Ali Mohamed's Motion To Suppress Evidence Seized Pursuant
                to FISA'(doc.#373) as to Ali Mohamed. JUDGE ENDORSED -
                Mohamed motion moot in light of guilty plea. ( Signed on
                10/24/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 12/20/00]



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12/19/00 359    LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed   From
                Paul W. Butler, Dated 11/28/00, Addressed to: Judge Sand
                Re: response to the discovery requests made in the Reply
                Brief in Support of Khalfan Khamis Motions regarding the
                Death Penalty. (mr) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/19/00 360    REPLY MEMORANDUM by Wadih El Hage in support of motions to
                suppress certain evidence, to dismiss the indictment and
                other releif. (mr) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/19/00 361    REDACTED MEMORANDUM by Wadih El Hage in support of motion
                to suppress certain evidence to dismiss the indictment,for
                severance, and for other relief. (mr) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/19/00 362    MEMORANDUM by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage in opposition to
                motion to suppress information obtained during foreign
                intelligence operations in Kenya. (mr) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/19/00 363    AFFIDAVIT signed by Daniel Coleman as to Wadih El Hage   Re:
                motion for dismissal. (mr) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/19/00 364    MEMORANDUM OF LAW by Ali Mohamed in support of his motion
                to suppress evidence seized and derived pursuant to the
                Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act ("FISA"). (bw)
                [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/19/00 365    [REDACTED] Numbered Exhibits to the June 20, 2000
                Declaration of Sam A. Schmidt, Esq. in support of defendant
                Wadih El Hage's Pre-Trial Motion to Suppress Certain
                Evidence, To Dismiss the Indictment, For Severance, and For
                other relief. (bw) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/19/00 366    MEMORANDUM OF LAW by U.S.A. in response to Wadih El Hage's
                motions to (1) Suppress evidence seized during a search at
                JFK Airport; (2) Suppress statements made to US Government
                officials in Kenya; (3) Disqualify an Assistant United
                States Attorney; (4) Impose sanctions for destruction of
                evidence; and (5) Dismiss the Indictment for alleged
                outrageous government conduct. (bw) [Entry date 12/19/00]

12/19/00 370    Affidavit by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage Re: In connection
                with the Government's response to the motion by dft. El
                Hage for dismissal of the Indictment. (mb)
                [Entry date 12/20/00]

12/19/00 371    LETTER filed as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed   From David A.
                Ruhnke, Dated 12/4/00, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: In
                response to AUSA Burler's letter to the court of November
                28 concerning the discovery requests set forth in the reply
                brief filed on behalf of Mr. Mohamed on 11/20/00. (mb)
                [Entry date 12/20/00]
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12/19/00 372    LETTER filed as to Wadih El Hage   From Kenneth Karas,
                AUSA, Dated 11/1/00, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: The
                government letter in further response to the suppression
                motion submitted by dft. Hage relating to foreign
                intelligence operatioons overseas. (mb)
                [Entry date 12/20/00]

12/19/00 374    Filed Memo-Endorsement on '[Redacted Original] Notice of
                Motion in Support of Defendant Wadih El-Hage's Pre-Trial
                Motions To Suppress Evidence, For Dismissal, For Severance
                And For Other Relief' (motion dated 6/23/00) as to Wadih El
                Hage. JUDGE ENDORSED - Motion denied. ( Signed on
                12/18/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 12/20/00]

12/19/00 375    OPINION # 84939 as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary. ... The
                Defendants are charged with numerous offenses arising out
                of their alleged participation in an international
                terrorist organization led by Defendant Usama Bin Laden and
                that organization's alleged involvement in the August 1998
                bombings of the U.S. Embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es
                Salaam, Tanzania. Presently before the Court are Defendant
                El-Hage's motions which seek the following: suppression of
                evidence seized from the search of his residence in
                Nairobi, Kenya in August 1997 and suppression of evidence
                obtained from electronic surveillance, conducted from
                August 1996 to August 1997, of four telephone lines in
                Nairobi, Kenya. CONCLUSION: For the foregoing reasons,
                El-Hage's motion to suppress evidence from the physical
                search of his Kenya residence and electronic surveillance
                is denied without a hearing. ( Signed on 12/5/00 by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 12/20/00]

12/19/00 376    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that the MCC shall provide a
                suitable place for the psychological consultation, such
                place to consist of a private room without distractions or
                noise. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed.
                (sl) [Entry date 12/20/00]

12/19/00 377    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 12/20/00]



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12/19/00 378    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 12/20/00]

12/19/00 379    LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from AUSA Paul W. Butler,
                dated 12/5/00, filed by U.S.A. as to deft Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali Re: submitted in response to the motion
                submitted by deft Al-'Owhali to suppress statements he made
                to American and Kenyan law enforcement officials while in
                Kenyan custody. (bw) [Entry date 12/20/00]



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12/20/00 380    (S9) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT (Part 1) as to Wadih El Hage
                (1) count(s) 1ssssssss, 2ssssssss, 3ssssssss, 5ssssssss,
                6ssssssss, 287ssssssss-305ssssssss, 306ssssssss-308ssssssss,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (2) count(s) 1sssssss, 3sssssss,
                4sssssss, 5sssssss, 6sssssss, 7sssssss, 8sssssss, 9sssssss,
                10sssssss, 11sssssss-223sssssss, 224sssssss-234sssssss,
                235sssssss-275sssssss, 276sssssss, 277sssssss-279sssssss,
                280sssssss-282sssssss, 283sssssss, 284sssssss, 285sssssss,
                286sssssss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1sssssss,
                3sssssss, 4sssssss, 5sssssss, 6sssssss, 7sssssss, 8sssssss,
                9sssssss, 10sssssss, 11sssssss-223sssssss,
                224sssssss-234sssssss, 235sssssss-275sssssss, 276sssssss,
                277sssssss-279sssssss, 280sssssss-282sssssss, 283sssssss,
                284sssssss, 285sssssss, 286sssssss, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1sssssss, 3sssssss, 4sssssss,
                5sssssss, 6sssssss, 7sssssss, 8sssssss, 9sssssss, 10sssssss,
                11sssssss-223sssssss, 224sssssss-234sssssss,
                235sssssss-275sssssss, 276sssssss, 277sssssss-279sssssss,
                280sssssss-282sssssss, 283sssssss, 284sssssss, 285sssssss,
                286sssssss, Usama Bin Laden (5) count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss,
                4ssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss,
                10ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-279ssssss,
                280ssssss-282ssssss, 283ssssss, 284ssssss, 285ssssss,
                286ssssss, Muhammad Atef (6) count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss,
                4ssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss,
                10ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-279ssssss,
                280ssssss-282ssssss, 283ssssss, 284ssssss, 285ssssss,
                286ssssss, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil (7) count(s) 1sssss,
                3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss, 8sssss, 9sssss,
                10sssss, 11sssss-223sssss, 224sssss-234sssss, 276sssss,
                277sssss-279sssss, 280sssss-282sssss, 283sssss, 284sssss,
                285sssss, 286sssss, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s)
                1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss, 8sssss, 10sssss,
                224sssss-234sssss, 277sssss-279sssss, 283sssss, 284sssss,
                286sssss, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (9) count(s) 1sssss,
                3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss, 8sssss, 9sssss,
                10sssss, 11sssss-223sssss, 224sssss-234sssss,
                235sssss-275sssss, 276sssss, 277sssss-279sssss,
                280sssss-282sssss, 283sssss, 284sssss, 285sssss, 286sssss,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam (10) count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss,
                5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss, 8sssss, 9sssss, 10sssss,
                11sssss-223sssss, 224sssss-234sssss, 235sssss-275sssss,
                276sssss, 277sssss-279sssss, 280sssss-282sssss, 283sssss,
                284sssss, 285sssss, 286sssss, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (11)
                count(s) 1sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss, 5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss,
                8sssss, 9sssss, 10sssss, 11sssss-223sssss,
                224sssss-234sssss, 235sssss-275sssss, 276sssss,
                277sssss-279sssss, 280sssss-282sssss, 283sssss, 284sssss,
                285sssss, 286sssss, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12) count(s)
                1ssss, 3ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss, 309ssss, 310ssss, 311ssss,
                312ssss, 313ssss-314ssss, 315ssss, 316ssss, 317ssss-319ssss,
                Ali Mohamed (13) count(s) 1sss, 3sss, 5sss, 6sss, Ayman Al


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                Zawahiri (14) count(s) 1ss, 3ss, 4ss, 5ss, 6ss, 7ss, 8ss,
                9ss, 10ss, 11ss-223ss, 224ss-234ss, 235ss-275ss, 276ss,
                277ss-279ss, 280ss-282ss, 283ss, 284ss, 285ss, 286ss, Khaled
                Al Fawwaz (15) count(s) 1ss, 3ss, 5ss, 6ss, Ibrahim Eidarous
                (16) count(s) 1s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s-223s,
                224s-234s, 235s-275s, 276s, 277s-279s, 280s-282s, 283s,
                284s, 285s, 286s, Adel Abdel Bary (17) count(s) 1s, 3s, 4s,
                5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s-223s, 224s-234s, 235s-275s,
                276s, 277s-279s, 280s-282s, 283s, 284s, 285s, 286s (dcap)
                [Entry date 01/10/01] [Edit date 01/10/01]

12/20/00 380    (S9) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT (Part 2) as to Saif Al Adel
                (18) count(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah (19)
                count(s) 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11-223, 224-234,
                235-275, 276, 277-279, 280-282, 283, 284, 285, 286, Muhsin
                Musa Matwalli Atwah (20) count(s) 1, 3, 5, 6, Anas Al Liby
                (21) count(s) 1, 3, 5, 6. (dcap) [Entry date 01/10/01]

12/20/00 --     Arraignment as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (S9 98 Cr. 1023 -12)
                held: Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12) count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss,
                5ssss, 6ssss, 309ssss, 310ssss, 311ssss, 312ssss,
                313ssss-314ssss, 315ssss, 316ssss, 317ssss-319ssss. ... Deft
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim present w/atty Allan P. Haber, Esq.
                AUSA Daniel Himmelfarb, Michael Garcia and Paul Butler.
                Arabic Interpreter Andre Codouni. Deft is arraigned on
                Superseding (9) Indictment 98Cr.1023 and pleads not guilty
                on counts 1, 3, 5, 6, and 309 thru 319 as charged. Case is
                referred to Magistrate Judge Francis for random selection of
                a Judge on (S9)98Cr.1023. Allan Haber, Esq. application to
                be relieved as counsel be referred to Mag. Judge Francis.
                Gov't submit order excluding time thru 1/29/01. Deft
                continued remanded. Trial on (S7)98Cr.1023 will proceed
                1/3/01 with all 4 defts (El Hage, Al 'Owhali, Odeh and K.K.
                Mohamed) and to which deft Salim has been severed. ( Held
                before Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 01/17/01]
                [Edit date 01/17/01]

12/20/00 --     PLEA entered by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (S9 98 Cr. 1023 -12).
                Court accepts plea. Not Guilty: Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (12)
                count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss, 309ssss, 310ssss,
                311ssss, 312ssss, 313ssss-314ssss, 315ssss, 316ssss,
                317ssss-319ssss. (bw) [Entry date 01/17/01]

12/20/00 --     ORAL ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed.
                SET Jury trial on (S7)98Cr.1023 for 1/3/01. ( Entered by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 01/17/01]

12/21/00 380    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, that Dr. Berrill is authorized
                to receive $125/HR for 20 hours per week. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
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12/21/00 383    MEMORANDUM OF LAW by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali Re:
                suppressing statements made by deft Al-'Owhali (bw)
                [Entry date 12/26/00] [Edit date 01/17/01]

12/22/00 381    ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, On Wednesday, 12/20/00, a
                portionof an indictment was wheeled out to this court:
                Counts 309 to 319 of indictment number S(9) 98cr1023(LBS).
                This is an unworkable format: orders entered byu Judge Sand
                on his indictment will necessarily affect those counts
                wheeled out to this Court. Accordingly, those ten counts of
                the indcitment shall be separated and segregated into its
                own indictment before this Court. Should a Grand Jury return
                said indictment, this Court shall retain jurisdiction. (
                Signed by Judge Deborah A. Batts ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 12/26/00] [Edit date 01/18/01]

12/22/00 382    ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Time is excluded from
                12/20/00 to 1/29/01 pursuant to the Speedy Trial Act and to
                Continue in Interests of Justice ( Signed by Judge Leonard
                B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mb) [Entry date 12/26/00]

12/22/00 --     CJA 20 APPOINTMENT OF AND AUTHORITY TO PAY COURT APPOINTED
                COUNSEL as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim : Appointment of
                Attorney Richard B. Lind ( Signed by Judge Deborah A. Batts
                ) (mh) [Entry date 01/03/01]

12/26/00 384    ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Accordingly, the Court
                hereby appoints Richard Lind, esq. to represent dft. Salim
                on counts 309 to 319. Mr. lind shall meet with his client
                during the week of 1/8/01, and reset status conference
                for 4:30 1/18/01 for Mamdouh Mahmud Salim ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ). (mb) [Entry date 12/27/00]

12/26/00 393    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (da)
                [Entry date 12/29/00]

12/27/00 385    Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 12/26/00 to Judge
                Sand signed by AUSA Kenneth M. Karas as to Ali Mohamed,
                requesting that the exhibits to the affidavit of Lloyd
                Epstein, submitted in support of Ali Mohamed's motion to
                suppress the fruits of FISA electronic surveillance, be
                re-sealed pending further review....Reseal as requested. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 12/27/00]

12/27/00 391    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 12/28/00]



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12/27/00 392    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 12/28/00]

12/28/00 389    Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from AUSA Joseph F. Bianco, dated 12/26/00, as to deft
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim. The Gov't requests that Mr. Bianco,
                as the "firewall" AUSA in this case, be given an opportunity
                to review the sealed transcript from the proceeding
                involving deft Mamdouh Mahmud Salim before Judge Douglas F.
                Eaton on 10/26/00. In particular, the review is being
                conducted to determine whether statements made during that
                proceeding could be used as evidence in connection with the
                prosecution of Salim now pending before Judge Deborah A.
                Batts in connection with the MCC prison assault on 11/1/00.
                Mr. Bianco stated that the review of that transcript will be
                conducted by him and will not be disclosed, without making a
                formal application to the Court, to the prosecution teams on
                either the case pending before Judge Batts and Judge Sand;
                JUDGE ENDORSED - Granted subject to strict compliance with
                last paragraph. So Ordered. ( Signed on 12/27/00 by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 12/28/00]
                [Edit date 12/28/00]

12/28/00 390    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage. WHEREAS, Joshua L. Dratel,
                having been appointed to represent deft Wadih El-hage in
                the above-captioned case pursuant to the Criminal Justice
                Act; WHEREAS, Joshua L. Dratel has filed twelve previous
                interim vouchers for services rendered on this case and
                one-third of the fee has presently been withheld; WHEREAS,
                Joshua L. Dratel has the responsibility to pay employees,
                vendors, travel expenses incurred during investigations
                overseas while awaiting payment from vouchers; WHEREAS,
                Joshua L. Dratel has represented Mr. El-Hage in this case
                for sixteen months and will continue for perhaps another
                twelve months and it has become a hardship for Mr. Dratel
                to have one-third of the fee withheld; IT IS SO ORDERED
                that Joshua L. Dratel may submit a final interim voucher at
                this time and may submit another voucher at subsequent
                intervals not less than three months each. ( Signed on
                12/26/00 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 12/28/00]

1/2/01   394    MOTION by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed for leave of court to
                file amended notice of intent to seek death penalty. (mr)
                [Entry date 01/02/01]



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1/2/01   --     Filed Memo-Endorsement on as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                [309-1] motion to strike the Notice of Intention to Seek
                the Death Penalty. as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8),
                [309-2] motion to strike the death -notice on the ground
                that only a grang jury may find or allege elements of
                capital murder. as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8), [309-3]
                motion to strike from the death-notice certain of the
                government's non-statutory aggravating factors. as to
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8), [309-4] motion to strike the
                non-statutory aggravating factors on the ground that
                congress may not delete to the Executive Branch the
                legislative finction of designating aggravting factors in a
                comprehensive death-penalty scheme. as to Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed (8), [309-5] motion to strike the non-statutory
                aggravating factors without also providing for
                preportionality review. as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8),
                [309-6] motion to strike the death-notice because the
                relaxed evidentiary standards available to the government
                at a penalty-phase enders any penalty-findings unreliable.
                as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8), [309-7] motion to strike
                the death penalty on the grounds that Congress, by removing
                "plain-error" from the scope of appellate reveiw
                permissable in a case where a verdict of death has been
                returned, has failed to provide for meaningful appellate
                review. as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8), [309-8] motion
                for Bill of Particulars as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8),
                [309-9] motion to strike the death-notice in the ground
                that, by pursuing Mr. Mohamed's execution. as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8), [309-10] motion to strike the
                death-notice on the grounds that he death penalty. as to
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8), [309-11] motion as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8), [309-12] motion as to Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed (8), Is granted in part and denied in part. See
                opinion on this date 1/2/01. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 01/02/01]

1/2/01   395    Filed Memo-Endorsement on as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                granting [394-1] motion for leave of court to file amended
                notice of intent to seek death penalty. as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8), See opinion this date 1/2/01. So
                Ordered ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (sl) [Entry date 01/02/01]



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1/2/01   396    MEMORANDUM OPINION # 84993 as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, as to both defendants,
                the non-statutory aggravating factor of "causing serious
                injury to surviving victims" be stricken from the
                government's geath penalty notices, and the non-statutory
                factor of "victim impact evidence" be amended to include
                any "injury, harm, and loss" suffered by victims and their
                families, whether the victims are deceased or surviving:
                (2) order that, as to both defendants, the non-statutory
                aggravating factor of "disruption to important governmental
                functions" be stricken from the government's death penalty
                notices; (3) order that, as to defendant Al-Owhali, the
                non-statutory aggravating factor of "Knowledge of
                simultaneous acts of terrorism" not be stricken from the
                government's death penalty notice at the present time: (4)
                order that the Government provide defendant's with a
                limited bill of particulars, as defined in Part V of this
                opinion; and (5) grant the Government's motion for leave to
                file and amended death penalty notice as to K.K. Mohamed.
                All of defendant's other applications are denied, except
                that defendants' remaining challenges to specific
                aggravating factors are denied without prejudice as set
                forth herein. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (mr) [Entry date 01/02/01]

1/2/01   397    MEMORANDUM OPINION # 84997 as to Wadih El Hage denying
                [206-1] motion for discovery as to Wadih El Hage (1),
                denying [175-1] motion (1) for an Order for discovery that
                is necessary for the preparation of Mr. El-Hage's pretrial
                motions for (i) suppression of evidence seized; (ii)
                suppression of statements; (iii) suppression of electronic
                surveillance; (iv) severance; and/or (v) other relief as to
                Wadih El Hage (1), denying [175-2] motion 2) for an Order
                granting leave to join Mr. El-Hage's co-defts' motions to
                the extent they benefit him. as to Wadih El Hage (1) (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 01/03/01]

1/2/01   398    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 01/03/01]

1/2/01   399    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)


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                [Entry date 01/03/01]

1/2/01   400    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 01/03/01]
1/2/01   401    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary (af)
                [Entry date 01/03/01]

1/2/01   --     Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Conference held on issue of defts' objections to
                hardship determinations made by the Jury Administration and
                to the time periods during the trial day when defts' may
                pray. AUSA Paul Butler, Patrick Fitzgerald, Ken Karos.
                Deft. El Hage present w/atty' Anthony Ricco, Ed Wilford and
                Carl Herman. Deft. Al-Ouhali present w/atty's Fred Cohn,
                David Baugh and Laura Gasicrowski. Deft. K.K. Mohamed not
                present, his attys' David Ruhuke, David Stern and Jeremy
                Schneider present. Conference concluded. All (3) defts'
                cont'd remanded. Arabic Interpreter present (Andre
                Codovni). (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/3/01   402    Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from David P.Baugh atty to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                dated 1/2/01As the court explained in open why ample
                opportunity will be accorded counsel to move the court pose
                requested inquiries to the panel. DENIED ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 01/04/01]



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1/3/01   --     Voir dire begun as to Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1ssssssss,
                1sssssss, 1ssssss, 1sssss, 1ssss, 1sss, 1ss, 1s, 1-8,
                2ssssssss, 2sssssss, 2ssssss, 3ssssssss, 3sssssss, 3ssssss,
                4ssssss, 5ssssssss, 5sssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssssss, 6sssssss,
                6ssssss, 9-11, 228sssss-235sssss, 228ssss-235ssss,
                228sss-235sss, 228ss-235ss, 228s-235s, 236sssss,
                236ssss-238ssss, 236sss-238sss, 236ss-238ss, 236s-238s,
                237sssss, 238sssss, 245ssssss-264ssssss,
                265ssssss-267ssssss, 287ssssssss-305ssssssss,
                287sssssss-305sssssss, 306ssssssss-308ssssssss,
                306sssssss-308sssssss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s)
                1sssssss, 1ssssss, 1sssss, 1ssss, 1sss, 1ss, 1s, 1, 2ssss,
                2sss, 2ss-3ss, 2s-3s, 2-3, 3sssssss, 3ssssss, 3sssss,
                3ssss, 3sss, 4sssssss, 4ssssss, 4sssss, 4ssss-216ssss,
                4sss-216sss, 4ss-216ss, 4s-227s, 4-227, 5sssssss, 5ssssss,
                5sssss, 6sssssss, 6ssssss, 6sssss, 7sssssss, 7ssssss,
                7sssss-8sssss, 8sssssss, 8ssssss, 9sssssss, 9ssssss,
                9sssss-10sssss, 10sssssss, 10ssssss, 11sssssss-223sssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 11sssss-233sssss, 217ssss-227ssss,
                217sss-227sss, 217ss-227ss, 224sssssss-234sssssss,
                224ssssss-234ssssss, 234sssss-235sssss,
                235sssssss-275sssssss, 235ssssss-275ssssss,
                236sssss-237sssss, 238sssss-239sssss, 240sssss-241sssss,
                242sssss, 243sssss-244sssss, 276sssssss, 276ssssss,
                277sssssss-279sssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss, 279ssssss,
                280sssssss-282sssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss,
                283sssssss, 283ssssss, 284sssssss, 284ssssss, 285sssssss,
                285ssssss, 286sssssss, 286ssssss, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1sssssss, 1ssssss, 1sssss, 1ssss,
                1sss, 1ss, 1s, 1, 2ssss, 2sss, 2ss-3ss, 2s-3s, 2-3,
                3sssssss, 3ssssss, 3sssss, 3ssss, 3sss, 4sssssss, 4ssssss,
                4sssss, 4ssss-216ssss, 4sss-216sss, 4ss-216ss, 4s-227s,
                4-227, 5sssssss, 5ssssss, 5sssss, 6sssssss, 6ssssss,
                6sssss, 7sssssss, 7ssssss, 7sssss-8sssss, 8sssssss,
                8ssssss, 9sssssss, 9ssssss, 9sssss-10sssss, 10sssssss,
                10ssssss, 11sssssss-223sssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss,
                11sssss-233sssss, 217ssss-227ssss, 217sss-227sss,
                217ss-227ss, 224sssssss-234sssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                234sssss-235sssss, 235sssssss-275sssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 236sssss-237sssss, 238sssss-239sssss,
                240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss, 243sssss-244sssss, 276sssssss,
                276ssssss, 277sssssss-279sssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280sssssss-282sssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss,
                282ssssss, 283sssssss, 283ssssss, 284sssssss, 284ssssss,
                285sssssss, 285ssssss, 286sssssss, 286ssssss, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s) 1sssss, 1ssss, 1sss, 1ss, 1s,
                1, 3sssss, 3ssss, 3sss, 3ss, 3s, 3, 4sssss, 4ssss, 4sss,
                5sssss, 5ssss, 5sss, 6sssss, 6ssss, 6sss, 7sss-8sss,
                8sssss, 8ssss, 9sss-10sss, 10sssss, 10ssss, 11sss-233sss,
                217ss-227ss, 217s-227s, 217-227, 224sssss-234sssss,
                224ssss-234ssss, 234sss-235sss, 236sss-237sss,
                238sss-239sss, 240sss-241sss, 242sss, 243sss-244sss,
                277sssss-279sssss, 277ssss-278ssss, 279ssss, 283sssss,
                283ssss, 284sssss, 284ssss, 286sssss, 286ssss Terminated


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                motions: (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/3/01   --     Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                begun. Deft. Odeh present w/atty Anthny Ricco, Edward
                Wilford, Carl Herman and Sandra Babcock, Esq. Deft.
                Al-Owahali present w/attys Frederick Cohn, David Baugh and
                Laura Gasiorowski. Deft. K.K. Mohamed present w/attys'
                David Ruhuke, Jeremy Schneider, David Stern. Deft. El Hage
                present w/attys Sam Schmidt & Joshua Dratel & Kristian
                Larsen. AUSA's Ken Karas, Patrick Fitzgerald & Paul
                Butler. Interpreters (Arabic) Andre Codouni, Aziz Ismail
                and Toufic Maged. Interpreters (Swahili) by Charles Mironko
                and Laura Black. Jury trial begun as to the above (4)
                defts' on counts as charged. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/4/01   403    Redacted Exhibit to declaration of Lloyd Epstein, Esq. in
                support of defendant Ali Mohamed's motion to suppres
                evidence seized pursuant to the Foreign Intelligence
                Surveillance Act by Ali Mohamed (FISA) (sl)
                [Entry date 01/04/01] [Edit date 01/04/01]

1/4/01   --     Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/5/01   404    Filed Memo-Endorsement on Defendant Mohammad Al-Owhali's
                motion to adopt co-defendant Khalfan Khamis Mohamed's
                Motions concerning the death penalty and supplemental
                motion regarding specific issues therein as to Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Motion to adopt
                is granted. All other motions denied. In accordance with
                the court's oppinion of 12/11/00 and 1/2/01. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 01/05/01]



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1/5/01   405    Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from Attorney David P. Baugh, dated 1/2/01, as to defts
                Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad
                Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary. ... JUDGE ENDORSED - Deft's Al-'Owhali's motion
                mailed from Richmond, Virginia on 12/27/00 (with respect to
                a trial long scheduled to commence on 1/3/01) sought an
                order directing payment of increased compensation to jurors.
                The motion made no reference whatsoever to the fact that the
                rate of juror compensation was controlled by a statute and
                that the Court had already provided that jurors in this case
                be paid the maximum permitted pursuant to 28 U.S.C. Section
                1871. It was only orally in open court on 1/2/01, that
                counsel stated that the motion was a challenge to the
                constitutionality of 28 U.S.C. Section 1871. Serious
                challenges to the constitutionality of a statute cannot be
                raised in so casual a manner. Moreover, although the actual
                incidence of hardship requests was not known until the
                responses to questionnaires was examined, it should have
                come as no surprise to anyone that a high percent of
                panelists would seek to be excused from a trial scheduled to
                last approximately one year. Nor is it all surprising that
                there would be a socioeconomic factor operating with respect
                to those who sought exemption. In fact, the number of
                panelists who sought hardship exemption for economic or
                other reasons was somewhat less than the Court had
                anticipated. The Court adheres to its previous determination
                that the motion as filed in the letter mailed 12/27/00, was
                both untimely and without merit. ( Signed by Judge Leonard
                B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 01/08/01]
                [Edit date 01/08/01]

1/5/01   406    Redacted Exhibits To Declaration of Lloyd Epstein, Esq. In
                Support of Defendant Ali Mohamed's Motion To Suppress
                Evidence Seized Pursuant To The Foreign Intelligence
                Surveillance Act ("FISA"). (bw) [Entry date 01/08/01]

1/5/01   409    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 01/11/01]



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1/5/01   --     Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                cont'd and adj. to 1/8/01 at 9:30 a.m. All defendants
                cont'd detained. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/8/01   --     Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/9/01   381    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al
                Liby (Contents Withdrawn - So Ordered Sand,J.) (da)
                [Entry date 01/10/01] [Edit date 01/18/01]

1/9/01   --     Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. Jury selection cont'd. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]
1/10/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. Jury selection cont'd. Defendants
                cont'd detained. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/11/01   --    Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury selection cont'd. All defts' present. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/12/01   --    Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury selection cont'd. All defendants present and
                adjourned to 1/16/01. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/16/01   413   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 01/18/01]

1/16/01   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Hearing held in Robing Room (Sealed proceeding). (rg)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]


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1/16/01   --    Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury selection cont'd and adjourned to 1/29/01 at
                9:30. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/17/01   410   ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali. A motion
                having been made by Defendant Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali for courtroom closure during a renewal of a
                suppression hearing, the Court hereby schedules a hearing
                on the closure motion for 10:00 a.m. on Friday, January 19,
                2001 in Courtroom 318 at the 40 Foley Square Courthouse. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 01/17/01]

1/17/01   411   AMENDED ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali. A
                motion having been made by Defendant Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali for courtroom closure during a renewal of a
                suppression hearing, the Court hereby schedules a hearing
                on the closure motion for 11:30 a.m. on Friday, January 19,
                2001 in Courtroom 318 at the 40 Foley Square Courthouse. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 01/17/01]

1/17/01   412   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 01/17/01]

1/17/01   609   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali From AUSA's Paul Butler, Patrick Fitzgerald,
                Kenneth Karas, & Andrew McCarthy. Dated 01/17/01, Addressed
                to: Judge Sand Re: US v bin Laden 98 Cr 1023. The Govt
                submits this Letter Brief in opposition to the motion of
                Deft al-'Owhali to dismiss an identification of him as the
                passenger in the bomb truck at the American embassy in
                Nairobi. For the reasons set forth above, al-'Owhali's
                motion to supress the identification as so unduly
                suggestive as to violate his right to due process should be
                denied. (ac) [Entry date 08/15/01]



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1/18/01   414   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 01/18/01]

1/18/01   415   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh. Upon the application of
                Anthony L. Ricco, attorney for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, for an
                order authorizing necessary investigative services,
                pursuant to the Criminal Justice Act, Title, 18 U.S.C.
                3006A(e)(1). IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that Kevin Johnson, is
                appointed as a Para-Mitigation Specialist in the above
                captioned case at a rate set at Twenty Five ($25.00)
                Dollars per hour munc pro tunc to November 1, 2000. (
                Signed on 1/17/01 by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (bw) [Entry date 01/19/01]

1/19/01   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Hearing held (Closed proceeding) and concluded. All
                defendants present except Khalfan Khamis Mohamed who waives
                his appearance. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]



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1/22/01   416   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed
                Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby. ... On
                Friday, 1/19/01, this Court ruled that the evidentiary
                hearing on the renewed motion to suppress defts' statements
                would be held in a closed courtroom but that a redacted
                transcript of the prior days hearing would be made
                available to the press at 10:00 a.m. the following day. By
                letter received later that day, representatives of the
                press have raised questions concerning the cost of
                obtaining these transcripts and their availability on
                Saturdays. It is the purpose of this Order to respond to
                those concerns. The Court hereby ORDERS that one redacted
                copy of the transcript of the prior days proceedings be
                made available without charge at 10:00 a.m. in the
                courthouse press room. We have been advised that a
                representative of the press will then undertake to make
                copies available to other members of the press. The
                transcript to be made available on Saturday morning shall
                be obtainable at 10:00 a.m. at the offices of the U.S.
                Attorney. The Court emphasizes that this Order relates
                solely to the transcript for the above-referenced
                suppression hearing, now estimated to last approximately
                five (5) days and is occasioned solely by virtue of the
                unusual circumstance of the courtroom being closed during
                such proceedings. The Order should not be construed as
                suggesting that under normal circumstances the Court
                reporters have any obligation to furnish a transcript
                without charge to the press. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 01/22/01]

1/22/01   417   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, for reconsideration of [397-1]
                order. On reconsideration, this Court's Order of 1/2/01,
                entered prior to receiving the Government's opposition, is
                nullified and the motion to take Rule 15 depositions is
                denied. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (sl)
                [Entry date 01/23/01]

1/22/01   423   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 01/25/01]



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1/23/01   418   (REDACTED) MOTION by Wadih El Hage in support of deft
                Wadih El-Hage's CIPA Section 5 Designation, motion to
                declare CIPA unconstitutional and for discovery. Return
                date 9/30/00. (bw) [Entry date 01/24/01]

1/23/01   419   (REDACTED) MEMORANDUM by Wadih El Hage in support of
                [418-1] motion in support of deft Wadih El-Hage's CIPA
                Section 5 Designation, motion to declare CIPA
                unconstitutional and for discovery. (bw)
                [Entry date 01/24/01]

1/23/01   420   (REDACTED) MEMORANDUM Of Law by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage
                in response to [418-1] motion in support of deft Wadih
                El-Hage's CIPA Section 5 Designation, motion to declare
                CIPA unconstitutional and for discovery. (bw)
                [Entry date 01/24/01]

1/23/01   421   (REDACTED) REPLY Memorandum Of Law by Wadih El Hage to in
                support of [418-1] motion in support of deft Wadih
                El-Hage's CIPA Section 5 Designation, motion to declare
                CIPA unconstitutional and for discovery. (bw)
                [Entry date 01/24/01]

1/23/01   422   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, that Dr. J.B.F. Lloyd is
                authorized to perform services on behalf of the defense as
                indicated above, and that he shall be compensated at the
                rate of $185.00 per hour for professional services rendered
                on behalf of the defense and $92.50 for travel time.
                (Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl)
                [Entry date 01/24/01]

1/23/01   428   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 01/26/01]
1/23/01   429   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 01/26/01]



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1/23/01   --    Evidentiary Hearing as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. Renewed Evidentiary Hearing
                on defendants' Al-Owhali and Odeh's motion to suppress.
                Adjourned to 1/24/01. (Closed proceeding). (rg)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/24/01   430   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 01/26/01]

1/24/01   --    Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh held. Conference in Robing Room held
                and concluded. Decision reserved. Fully submitted no
                later than 1/26/01. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/25/01   424   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, That Kevin Johnson is
                appointed as Para Legal at the rate of $25.00 per hour nunc
                pro tunc to 11/1/00 ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 01/25/01]

1/25/01   425   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 01/25/01]

1/25/01   426   (REDACTED) MEMORANDUM And ORDER # 85094 as to Wadih El
                Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim. Presently
                before the Court is Defendant El-Hage's motion to declare
                the Classified Information Procedures Act ("CIPA"), 18
                U.S.C. app. 3 (1980), unconstitutional as applied in this
                case. Defendants Mamdouh Mahmud Salim and Mohammed Sadeek
                Odeh join this motion. For the reasons set forth in this
                Memorandum And Order, this motion is denied. (denied
                [418-1] motion). ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 01/26/01]



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1/25/01   433   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 02/02/01]

1/26/01   427   ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Because the
                documents produced may impact Al-Owhali's suppression
                motion, and because the Court is making every effort to
                decide that motion prior to opening statements, the
                Government is ordered to produce all responsive evidence by
                1/17/01. Al-Owhali should then immediately bring any newly
                disclosed evidence to the Court's attention is such
                evidence bears on the merits of his suppression motion (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (sl) [Entry date 01/26/01]

1/26/01   431   AFFIRMATION as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (sl)
                [Entry date 01/26/01]

1/29/01   432   ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Time excluded from
                1/25/01 until 4/11/01 to Continue in Interests of Justice
                ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 01/29/01]

1/29/01   --    Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury selection cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/30/01   --    Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury selection cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

1/31/01   --    Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury selection cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]
2/1/01   --     Jury selection as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                concluded. Jury selection cont'd and concluded. Jury to
                be sworn on Monday 2/5/01. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/5/01   434    ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, It is on this 5th day of
                February, 2001 ordered that Carl J. Herman be reimbursed
                for clothing expenses in the amount of $340.12 nunc pro
                tunc to December 26, 2000. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg) [Entry date 02/06/01]



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2/5/01   --     Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. Jury sworn. Court's preliminary
                instructions to jury and opening statements begun. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/6/01   435    MEMORANDUM and ORDER (Filed Under Seal: 1/16/01, Unsealed
                with Redactions: 2/2/01) as to Wadih El Hage. Defendant
                El-Hage seeks an order compelling the Gov't to produce
                discovery. He includes two lists of discovery demands:
                those for discovery authorized under Rule 16(a)(1)(C) of
                the F.R.C.P. and those seeking discovery of exculpatory
                information under Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963).
                ... III. Timing. Where the Court has granted the
                Defendant's requests and ordered the production of
                discovery, the Gov't is ordered to produce responsive
                material as soon as possible but no later than January 26,
                2001. ( Signed on 2/2/01 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 02/07/01]

2/6/01   --     Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. Arabic interpreter Denise Nasser for
                witness Jamal Al-Fadal. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/7/01   436    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim for dates of 12/20/00. (tp) [Entry date 02/07/01]

2/7/01   437    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim for dates of 12/20/00. (tp) [Entry date 02/07/01]

2/7/01   438    REDACTED MEMORANDUM by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali in support of its motion for reconsideration of
                the Court's order suppressing defendant Al-Owhali's
                statements. (mr) [Entry date 02/08/01]

2/7/01   --     Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd and adj. to 2/13/01-10:a.m. CIPA
                conference held and concluded. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/8/01    439   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 02/08/01]



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2/8/01    440   (REDACTED) LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from AUSAs Kenneth
                M. Karas (signed), Patrick J. Fitzgerald, Paul W. Butler,
                Andrew C. McCarthy, dated 1/23/01, filed by U.S.A. as to
                deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed Re: submitted in response to the
                motion of deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed to suppress all
                statements he made after his arrest in South Africa on
                10/5/99. [ accepted for filing by Judge Sand ] (bw)
                [Entry date 02/09/01] [Edit date 02/09/01]

2/8/01    --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Hearing on CIPA issues begun and concluded.
                (Classified Information Procedures Act). No deft. present.
                AUSA Butler present and Pat Fitzgerald and Ken Karas. Atty
                Sam Schmidt and Joshua Dratel present for El Hage; Fred
                Cohn and Laura Gasiorowski present for Al-Owhali; Anthony
                Ricco and Ed Wilford present for Odeh. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/9/01    455   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 02/26/01]

2/13/01   442   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 02/13/01]

2/13/01   443   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 02/13/01]



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2/13/01   444   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 02/13/01]

2/13/01   445   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 02/13/01]

2/13/01   446   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 02/13/01]

2/13/01   447   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 02/13/01]

2/13/01   448   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 02/13/01]

2/13/01   449   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh   From
                AUSA Kenneth M. Karas, Dated 1/23/01, Addressed to: Judge
                Sand Re: response to the motions of Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (sl)
                [Entry date 02/13/01]


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2/13/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. All defts' present. Trial cont'd. Interpreter
                Seham Susan Laraby present for witness Jamal Al-fadl. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/14/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/15/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd and adj. to 2/19/01 at 10:00 a.m. All
                defts cont'd remanded. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/16/01   450   MEMORANDUM OPINION # 85186 as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Defendant Odeh's motions
                to suppress evidence are denied. Likewise Defendant
                Al-Owhali's motion to suppress his statements based on an
                alleged delay in presentment is also denied. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl)
                [Entry date 02/16/01]

2/16/01   451   MEMORANDUM OPINION # 84939 as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Defendnat Al-Owhali's
                motion to suppress is granted in part and denied in part,
                whereas K.K. Mohamed's motion to suppress is denied in its
                entirety. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (sl) [Entry date 02/16/01]
2/20/01   452   MEMORANDUM And ORDER as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. On
                2/14/01, at an Ex Parte conference with counsel for Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, the Court was advised that there was
                agreement among counsel and their client that Jeremy
                Schneider's motion to withdraw as counsel should be granted.
                The Court was assured that the granting of this motion would
                have no negative impact on the progress of the ongoing
                trial. The Court thereafter allocuted the deft who
                acknowledged that this action was with his knowledge and
                consent. The motion to withdraw was granted. The purpose of
                this Memorandum is to note the Court's further finding that
                the withdrawal of Jeremy Schneider as counsel for Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed will nevertheless leave assigned to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed two counsel, David Ruhnke, Esq. and David
                Stern, Esq., "of whom at least one shall be learned in the
                law applicable to capital cases" as required by 18 U.S.C.
                Section 3005. Indeed, after conferring with the Federal
                Public Defender, Leonard Joy, the Court is of the opinion
                that the requirements of 18 U.S.C. Section 3005 are fully
                satisfied. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (bw) [Entry date 02/21/01] [Edit date 02/21/01]



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2/20/01   453   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage   From Paul W.
                Butler AUSA, Dated 2/15/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re:
                Redacted Notice of Motion in Support of Defendant Wadih
                El-Hage's Discovery Motion. (sl) [Entry date 02/21/01]

2/20/01   454   REDACTED NOTICE MOTION IN SUPPORT OF Wadih El Hage for
                discovery motion (sl) [Entry date 02/21/01]

2/20/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial cont'd. All defts' present. Arabic
                interpreter Seham Susan Larby present for witness Jamal
                Al-Fadal. (rg) [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/21/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial cont'd. All defts present. Arabic
                interpreter present for witness L'Houssainne Kherchtou. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]

2/22/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial cont'd. All defendants present. Arabic
                interpreter Seham Susan Laraby present for witness
                L'Houssainne Kherchtou and adjourned to 2/26/01. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]
2/26/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/08/01]

2/27/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/08/01]

2/28/01   456   [REDACTED] POST-HEARING MEMORANDUM by U.S.A. as to Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali in opposition to deft al-'Owhali's
                motion to suppress statements. (bw) [Entry date 03/02/01]

2/28/01   457   [REDACTED] POST-HEARING MEMORANDUM of Law by U.S.A. as to
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali in
                opposition to motions of Al-'Owhali and Odeh to suppress
                statements. (bw) [Entry date 03/02/01]

2/28/01   458   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 03/02/01]



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2/28/01   459   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 03/02/01]

2/28/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/08/01]

3/1/01    --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd and adjourned to 3/5/01. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/08/01]

3/2/01    461   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (da) [Entry date 03/06/01]

3/6/01   460    MEMORANDUM & ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby. The Court directs the Gov't to furnish
                Defendants' with all the impeachment material concerning
                the witness Al-Fadl that is described in the Govt's ex
                parte sealed letter to the Court dated 2/19/01. To be
                clear, this includes the identity of the source, as well as
                the two items of information he provided. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 03/06/01]

3/6/01   462    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (afo)
                [Entry date 03/06/01]



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3/6/01   463    ORDER as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, We direct the parties to
                provide the Court with additional briefing on Salim's
                motion in light of our 2/16/01 decisions. The parties have
                20 days to inform the Court in writing of a proposed
                briefing schedule, as well as whether it will be necessary
                to supplement further the factual record. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl)
                [Entry date 03/07/01]

3/7/01   464    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby (af) [Entry date 03/07/01]

3/7/01   --     Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. Swhali interpreter present Beston
                Mwakaling for witness Reninah Wadia Muhoho. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/08/01]

3/7/01   468    Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from AUSA Patrick J. Fitzgerald, dated 2/20/01, as to deft
                L'Houssiane Kherchtou. The Govt requests that certain
                items pertaining to this matter currently filed under seal
                be unsealed for a limited purpose as of today's date and
                that they be further unsealed at a later time. L'Houssaine
                Kherchtou entered a plea of guilty to Information
                (S8)98Cr.1023(LBS) in a sealed proceeding before the Court
                on 11/2/00. The Govt asks for the immediate but limited
                unsealing of the following items: Information
                (S8)98Cr.1023(LBS) and the plea minutes. The unsealing
                would be for the purpose of allowing the Govt to produce
                the plea minutes and Information as Jencks Act material to
                the defense. The material would remain sealed until such
                time as Kherchtou testified, at which time the Govt would
                ask that the materials be unsealed for all purposes; JUDGE
                ENDORSED - Limited Unsealing as Described Above: SO
                ORDERED. Complete Unsealing of the Transcript: SO ORDERED.
                ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw)
                [Entry date 03/08/01]

3/8/01   --     Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held. Trial
                cont'd and adjourned to 3/12/01. Swhali interpreter present
                for witness Charles Mwaka Mulwa. Swhali interpreter present
                for witness Paul Wangui. Swhali interpreter present for
                witness Justus Mutisya. Swhali interpreter present for
                witness Michael Opiyo. Somilian interpreter Ahmed Jama for
                witness Ismail Jama Ali. (rg) [Entry date 03/08/01]


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                [Edit date 03/09/01]

3/8/01   469    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (da) [Entry date 03/08/01]

3/9/01   470    Verdict Form of Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (sl)
                [Entry date 03/12/01]

3/9/01   471    Request to Charge by U.S.A. (mr) [Entry date 03/12/01]
3/12/01   473   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (da) [Entry date 03/15/01]

3/12/01   474   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (da) [Entry date 03/15/01]

3/12/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial cont'd. Japanese interpreter Eugene Kada
                present for a witness Junichi Miyagi. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/19/01]



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3/12/01   550   (S10 - Part 1 of 2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El
                Hage (1) count(s) 1sssssssss, 2sssssssss, 3sssssssss,
                4sssssssss, 5sssssssss, 6sssssssss, 7sssssssss, 8sssssssss,
                9sssssssss, 10sssssssss, 11sssssssss-223sssssssss,
                224sssssssss-234sssssssss, 235sssssssss-275sssssssss,
                276sssssssss, 277sssssssss-278sssssssss, 279sssssssss,
                280sssssssss-281sssssssss, 282sssssssss, 283sssssssss,
                284sssssssss, 285sssssssss, 286sssssssss,
                287sssssssss-305sssssssss, 306sssssssss-308sssssssss, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed (2) count(s) 1ssssssss, 2ssssssss,
                3ssssssss, 4ssssssss, 5ssssssss, 6ssssssss, 7ssssssss,
                8ssssssss, 9ssssssss, 10ssssssss, 11ssssssss-223ssssssss,
                224ssssssss-234ssssssss, 235ssssssss-275ssssssss,
                276ssssssss, 277ssssssss-278ssssssss, 279ssssssss,
                280ssssssss-281ssssssss, 282ssssssss, 283ssssssss,
                284ssssssss, 285ssssssss, 286ssssssss,
                287ssssssss-305ssssssss, 306ssssssss-308ssssssss, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1ssssssss, 2ssssssss, 3ssssssss,
                4ssssssss, 5ssssssss, 6ssssssss, 7ssssssss, 8ssssssss,
                9ssssssss, 10ssssssss, 11ssssssss-223ssssssss,
                224ssssssss-234ssssssss, 235ssssssss-275ssssssss,
                276ssssssss, 277ssssssss-278ssssssss, 279ssssssss,
                280ssssssss-281ssssssss, 282ssssssss, 283ssssssss,
                284ssssssss, 285ssssssss, 286ssssssss,
                287ssssssss-305ssssssss, 306ssssssss-308ssssssss, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1ssssssss, 2ssssssss,
                3ssssssss, 4ssssssss, 5ssssssss, 6ssssssss, 7ssssssss,
                8ssssssss, 9ssssssss, 10ssssssss, 11ssssssss-223ssssssss,
                224ssssssss-234ssssssss, 235ssssssss-275ssssssss,
                276ssssssss, 277ssssssss-278ssssssss, 279ssssssss,
                280ssssssss-281ssssssss, 282ssssssss, 283ssssssss,
                284ssssssss, 285ssssssss, 286ssssssss,
                287ssssssss-305ssssssss, 306ssssssss-308ssssssss, Usama Bin
                Laden (5) count(s) 1sssssss, 2sssssss, 3sssssss, 4sssssss,
                5sssssss, 6sssssss, 7sssssss, 8sssssss, 9sssssss, 10sssssss,
                11sssssss-223sssssss, 224sssssss-234sssssss,
                235sssssss-275sssssss, 276sssssss, 277sssssss-278sssssss,
                279sssssss, 280sssssss-281sssssss, 282sssssss, 283sssssss,
                284sssssss, 285sssssss, 286sssssss, 287sssssss-305sssssss,
                306sssssss-308sssssss, Muhammad Atef (6) count(s) 1sssssss,
                2sssssss, 3sssssss, 4sssssss, 5sssssss, 6sssssss, 7sssssss,
                8sssssss, 9sssssss, 10sssssss, 11sssssss-223sssssss,
                224sssssss-234sssssss, 235sssssss-275sssssss, 276sssssss,
                277sssssss-278sssssss, 279sssssss, 280sssssss-281sssssss,
                282sssssss, 283sssssss, 284sssssss, 285sssssss, 286sssssss,
                287sssssss-305sssssss, 306sssssss-308sssssss, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil (7) count(s) 1ssssss, 2ssssss, 3ssssss,
                4ssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss,
                10ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 283ssssss,
                284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss, 287ssssss-305ssssss,
                306ssssss-308ssssss, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s)
                1ssssss, 2ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssss,


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                7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss,
                224ssssss-234ssssss, 235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss,
                277ssssss-278ssssss, 279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss,
                282ssssss, 283ssssss, 284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss,
                287ssssss-305ssssss, 306ssssss-308ssssss, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani (9) count(s) 1ssssss, 2ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss,
                5ssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 283ssssss,
                284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss, 287ssssss-305ssssss,
                306ssssss-308ssssss, Fahid Mohammed Msalam (10) count(s)
                1ssssss, 2ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssss,
                7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss,
                224ssssss-234ssssss, 235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss,
                277ssssss-278ssssss, 279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss,
                282ssssss, 283ssssss, 284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss,
                287ssssss-305ssssss, 306ssssss-308ssssss, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan (11) count(s) 1ssssss, 2ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss,
                5ssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssss, 10ssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 283ssssss,
                284ssssss, 285ssssss, 286ssssss, 287ssssss-305ssssss,
                306ssssss-308ssssss (Microfilmed on April 26, 2001 at 3:00
                P.M.). (dcap) [Entry date 05/23/01] [Edit date 08/23/01]



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3/12/01   550   (S10 - Part 2 of 2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim (12) count(s) 1sssss, 2sssss, 3sssss, 4sssss,
                5sssss, 6sssss, 7sssss-8sssss, 9sssss, 10sssss,
                11sssss-234sssss, 235sssss-279sssss, 280sssss-283sssss,
                284sssss, 285sssss-286sssss, 287sssss-305sssss,
                306sssss-308sssss, Ali Mohamed (13) count(s) 1ssss, 2ssss,
                3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 6ssss, 7ssss-8ssss, 9ssss, 10ssss,
                11ssss-234ssss, 235ssss-279ssss, 280ssss-283ssss, 284ssss,
                285ssss-286ssss, 287ssss-305ssss, 306ssss-308ssss, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri (14) count(s) 1sss, 2sss, 3sss, 4sss, 5sss, 6sss,
                7sss-8sss, 9sss, 10sss, 11sss-234sss, 235sss-279sss,
                280sss-283sss, 284sss, 285sss-286sss, 287sss-305sss,
                306sss-308sss, Khaled Al Fawwaz (15) count(s) 1sss, 2sss,
                3sss, 4sss, 5sss, 6sss, 7sss-8sss, 9sss, 10sss,
                11sss-234sss, 235sss-279sss, 280sss-283sss, 284sss,
                285sss-286sss, 287sss-305sss, 306sss-308sss, Ibrahim
                Eidarous (16) count(s) 1ss, 2ss, 3ss, 4ss, 5ss, 6ss,
                7ss-8ss, 9ss, 10ss, 11ss-234ss, 235ss-279ss, 280ss-283ss,
                284ss, 285ss-286ss, 287ss-305ss, 306ss-308ss, Adel Abdel
                Bary (17) count(s) 1ss, 2ss, 3ss, 4ss, 5ss, 6ss, 7ss-8ss,
                9ss, 10ss, 11ss-234ss, 235ss-279ss, 280ss-283ss, 284ss,
                285ss-286ss, 287ss-305ss, 306ss-308ss, Saif Al Adel (18)
                count(s) 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s-8s, 9s, 10s, 11s-234s,
                235s-279s, 280s-283s, 284s, 285s-286s, 287s-305s, 306s-308s,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah (19) count(s) 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s,
                6s, 7s-8s, 9s, 10s, 11s-234s, 235s-279s, 280s-283s, 284s,
                285s-286s, 287s-305s, 306s-308s, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah
                (20) count(s) 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s-8s, 9s, 10s,
                11s-234s, 235s-279s, 280s-283s, 284s, 285s-286s, 287s-305s,
                306s-308s, Anas Al Liby (21) count(s) 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s,
                6s, 7s-8s, 9s, 10s, 11s-234s, 235s-279s, 280s-283s, 284s,
                285s-286s, 287s-305s, 306s-308s, Mohamed Suleiman Al
                Nalfi (23) count(s) 1, 3, 5, 6 (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]
                [Edit date 06/05/01]

3/13/01   477   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (da) [Entry date 03/19/01]

3/13/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. Swhali interpeter Besten Mwakaling for
                witness Rutahe Sherwa. (rg) [Entry date 03/19/01]



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3/14/01   472   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed
                Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby,
                L'Houssiane Kherchtou, If the Government has not restedby
                4/2/01, the memorandum should nevertheless be filed but may
                be updated 2 business days after the Government rests. If
                the evidence cited is applicable solely by virtue of
                Pinkerton or some analogous theory of attribution, the
                memorandum should so state. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 03/14/01]

3/14/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd and adjourned to Monday 3/19/01 at 10
                a.m. Japanese interpreter Eugene Kada present for witness
                Satoshi Mitsugi. Swhali interpreter Besten Mwakaling for
                witnesses Mohamed Zaidi, Thabit Sadaalli, Julius Kisingo,
                Ally Said, Mohamedi Selemeni, Hamed Muslim Salum. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/19/01]

3/15/01   475   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (da) [Entry date 03/16/01]

3/15/01   476   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (da) [Entry date 03/16/01]

3/16/01   --    First Appearance as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi    held
(dcap)
                [Entry date 06/05/01]



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3/16/01   --    Arraignment as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi held Mohamed
                Suleiman Al Nalfi (23) count(s) 1, 3, 5, 6 before Judge
                Leonard B. Sand. Deft Al Nalfi pres w/atty Marion Seltzer
                (CJA). Interpreter (Arabic) Andre Conduni. AUSA Michael
                Garcia pres. Dft arraigned on Superceding Ind (10) of
                98cr1023 and pleads not guilty on counts 1, 3, 5 & 6 as
                charged. Status conference 3/27/01 at 4:30 p.m. - rm 318
                for a report on housing conditions of the deft at MCC.
                gov't submit order excluding time thru 5/22/01 and a
                pre-trial confernce at that time at 9:30 a.m. Deft cont'd
                detained. (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]

3/16/01   --    PLEA entered by Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi . Court accepts
                plea. Not Guilty: Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi (23) count(s)
                1, 3, 5, 6 (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]

3/16/01   --    ORAL ORDER as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi , set status
                conference for 4:30 3/27/01 for Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi,
                and to Continue in Interests of Justice time is excluded
                from 3/16/01 to 5/22/01. ( Entered by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ) (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]

3/19/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 03/27/01]

3/19/01   --    CJA 20 APPOINTMENT OF AND AUTHORITY TO PAY COURT APPOINTED
                COUNSEL as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim : Appointment of
                Attorney Irving Cohen ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand )
                (df) [Entry date 04/02/01]

3/20/01   478   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from atty Allan Haber as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, attorney
                Irving Cohen, member of the panel, if approved by Court is
                willing to assist in the preparation of the trial .
                Endorsement Approved ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (sl) [Entry date 03/20/01]
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3/20/01   479   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, As for Odeh's argument
                relating to discovery, we need not decide whether the
                Government's failure to provide discovery relating to the
                tested clothing warrants suppression under the
                Constitution. The proper solution is instead to require the
                Government immediately to produce all relevant discovery in
                its possession concerning the seizure, storage, and
                transmission of the at-issue clothing-including, for all
                relevant items and at all relevant locations, the
                identities of the individuals who exercised custody over
                the items, their governmental affiliations, and the
                conditions under which those items were stored. While Odeh
                may not preclude the clothing's admission into evidence on
                grounds of inauthenticity, he is certainly entitled to
                attack the credibility and weight of the evidence before
                the jury ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (sl) [Entry date 03/21/01]

3/20/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd and adj. to 3/22/01. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/27/01]

3/20/01   552   ORDER as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi, to Continue in
                Interests of Justice time is excluded from 3/19/01 to
                5/22/01. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]

3/22/01   480   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (da) [Entry date 03/23/01]

3/22/01   481   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (da) [Entry date 03/23/01]

3/22/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd and adj. to 3/26/01. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/27/01]

3/26/01   482   Request to Charge by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali. (bw)


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                [Entry date 03/26/01]

3/26/01   483   Objections by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali to the
                Government's Requests To Charge. (bw) [Entry date 03/26/01]

3/26/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. All deft's present. Jury trial cont'd. (rg)
                [Entry date 03/29/01]

3/27/01   484   Requests to Charge by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh.
                (bw) [Entry date 03/27/01]

3/27/01   485   MEMORANDUM of Law by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh in
                support of their [484-1] requests to charge. (bw)
                [Entry date 03/27/01]

3/27/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd and adjourned to April 2, at 10 a.m.
                Defts' cont'd detained. (rg) [Entry date 03/29/01]

3/27/01   --    Status conference as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi held
                before Judge Sand. Deft present w/atty Marion Seltzer, AUSA
                Michael Garcia pres. Arabic interpreter Andre Codouni also
                present. Andrea Giriolamo, atty for MCC - Bureau of
                Prisons. Conference held dealing with conditions of
                confinement at MCC and concluded. Court suggest that deft's
                atty read the transcripts of all prior proceedings dealing
                w/conditions of confinement. further conference 5/22/01 at
                9:30 a.m. Deft cont'd detained. (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]

3/27/01   --    ORAL ORDER as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi , set
                pre-trial conference for 9:30 5/22/01 for Mohamed Suleiman
                Al Nalfi ( Entered by Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (dcap)
                [Entry date 06/05/01]

3/29/01   --    Pretrial Conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed held. Deft Odeh present w/attys Anthony Ricco and
                Ed Wilford. Deft Al-'Owhali present w/attys David Baugh,
                Frederick Cohn. Deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed not present,
                his atty David Ruhnke present. Deft El Hage not present,
                his attys Sam Schmidt and Joshua Dratel present. AUSAs Pat
                Fitzerald, Paul Butler, Ken Karas and Michael Garcia
                present. Arabic interpreters Andre Codouni and Toufic Maged
                present. ORAL ARGUMENT held on Government's motion to quash
                multiple subpoenas of deft Al-'Owhali on various media
                networks photography departments - and concluded. Deft
                Al-'Owhali to re-submit new subpoenas. Defts continued
                detained. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 03/30/01]



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3/30/01   486   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali From AUSA Patrick J. Fitzgerald, Dated 3/29/01,
                Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: opposition to the request by
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud al-Owhali to issue subpeonas to
                various officials of the Department of Defense and former
                Secretary of State on the grounds that the materials and
                testimony sought are not relevent to the contemplated
                penalty proceedings. (mr) [Entry date 04/03/01]

3/30/01   493   ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, The Court,
                therefore, directed counsel for Al-Owhali to pare down and
                resubmit the subpoenas. Tr. at 3554. Assuming that this
                revision of the subpoenas is appropriately and in good
                faith done, the Court will sign the subpoenas entirely
                without prejudice to any further proceedings with respect
                thereto. Subpoena to Madeline Albright-The Government
                objects to this subpoena on a number of grounds. Among
                other issues, the government asserts that Secretary
                Albright may not be the appropriate witness. The
                government seeks leave to submit a written response to the
                subpoena as addressed to Madeline Albright and such leave
                is hereby granted. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (rg) [Entry date 04/12/01]

4/2/01    --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. All defendant's present. Jury trial cont'd. Pakistan
                interpreter Raui Kotru present for witness Suhail Anjum,
                Riaz Gondal, Ga. Swahili interpreter Beston Mwakaling
                present for witnesses Gabriel Mutunga and Rosemary Wanjiru.
                (rg) [Entry date 04/04/01]

4/3/01    --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial cont'd. (rg) [Entry date 04/04/01]

4/4/01    --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd and adjourned to April 16, 2001 at 10
                a.m. Defts' cont'd detained. (rg) [Entry date 04/04/01]
4/5/01    487   SEALED DOCUMENT as to L'Houssiane Kherchtou (af)
                [Entry date 04/06/01]

4/9/01    488   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (af) [Entry date 04/09/01]



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4/10/01   489   MEMORANDUM OF LAW by Wadih El Hage in support of his motion
                for a Judgment of Acquittal pursuant to Rule 29(a),
                Fed.R.Crim.P. and motion for sanctions for spoilation of
                evidence. (bw) [Entry date 04/10/01]

4/10/01   490   MEMORANDUM OF LAW (DUPLICATE ORIGINAL) by Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali in support of Rule 29 Motion. (original
                document see doc #492). (bw) [Entry date 04/10/01]
                [Edit date 04/17/01]

4/10/01   492   MEMORANDUM by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali in support of
                Rule 29 motion. (mr) [Entry date 04/12/01]

4/11/01   491   MOTION by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh pursuant to Rule 29(a), Fed.
                R. Crim. P., for a Judgment of Acquittal on counts 1, and 3
                through 286 of the indictment. Return date not specified.
                [ on letter addressed to Judge Sand from atty Anthony L.
                Ricco, dated 4/10/01 ] (bw) [Entry date 04/11/01]

4/11/01   499   ORDER To Show Cause as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali.
                It is hereby ORDERED, that the Deft, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-Owhali show cause before this Court on Monday, 4/16/01
                at 4:30 p.m. or soon there after as counsel can be heard
                before the Honorable Leonard Sand in Courtroom 318 of the
                U.S. Courthouse, 40 Foley Square, New York, New York 10007,
                why an order should not be made and entered in this action,
                pursuant to Rule 17 of the F.R.C.P., quashing the subpoena
                of the Deft Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali; and it is
                further ORDERED, that personal service of a copy of this
                ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE, together with the papers on which it
                is based, by noon or April 11, 2001 shall be deemed good
                and sufficient service; and it is further ORDERED, that
                Deft's answering papers in opposition to Don Emmert and
                Agence France Presse's Motion to Quash, if any, shall be
                served personally upon counsel for Don Emmert and Agence
                France Presse no later than noon (12:00 p.m.), Friday,
                April 13, 2001. ( Signed on 4/10/01 by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 04/16/01]

4/12/01   494   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (wv) [Entry date 04/13/01]



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4/12/01   495   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (wv) [Entry date 04/13/01]

4/12/01   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. All (4) defts present w/attys. AUSAs Pat Fitzgerald,
                Ken Karas, Paul Butler present. Interpreter (Arabic) Andre
                Codouni, Swahali interpreter Laura Black. Deft Odeh present
                w/attys Anthony Ricco, Ed Wilford and Carl Herman. Deft El
                Hage present w/attys Sam Schmidt and Joshua Dratel. Deft
                K.K. Mohamed present w/attys David Ruhnke and David Stern.
                Oral argument held on defts' R-29 motions to dismiss.
                "Denied in part and Granted in part". Counts 224 thru 234
                and Counts 277, 278, 279, 283 & 286, and Counts 8 & 10 are
                granted & dismissed by Court as to Odeh only. Counts 8, 10,
                224 thru 234, 277, 278, 279, 283 & 286 are granted &
                dismissed as to deft Al'Owhali only. Counts 2, 290, 306 &
                307 dismissed on consent of Gov't. ( Held before Judge Sand
                ) (bw) [Entry date 04/30/01]

4/12/01   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou held. ... Robing Room
                Conference with all attys present and dealing with the
                Somalia issue and concluded. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 04/30/01]

4/12/01   553   MOTION by Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for an order allowing
                for CJA payment of a 1 year mail subscription to Newsweek
                Magazine in Arabic in that such payment is a "reasonably
                incurred" expense , and Ordering the warden of his duly
                authorized agents at the MCC to deliver the magazine in a
                timely manner to Mr. Al Nalfi when it is mailed to the MCC
                through the U.S. Postal. (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]

4/13/01   498   MEMORANDUM OF LAW by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali in
                response to the Government's opposition to separate death
                penalty sentencing hearings. (bw) [Entry date 04/16/01]



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4/16/01   496   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou   From AUSA's Patrick J.
                Fitzgerald, Kenneth M. Karas, Paul W. Butler, Micahel J.
                Garcia Dated 4/5/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: The
                Government submits the following summary outline of the
                proof adduced during the case in chief. (rg)
                [Entry date 04/16/01]

4/16/01   497   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou   From Kenneth M. Karas,
                Patrick J. Fitgerald, Michael J. Garcia, Paul W. Butler
                Dated 4/12/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: The Government
                respectfully submits this letter in response to the motions
                of the defendants for judgments of acquittal under Fed. R.
                Crim. P. 29. For the reasons set forth in the Government's
                letter of April 5, 2001 ("April 5 Letter") and herein,
                these motions should be denied. (rg) [Entry date 04/16/01]
4/16/01   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou held. ... 9 a.m. Conference
                held on various matters including the Somalia issue and
                concluded. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 04/30/01]



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4/16/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. 10 a.m. Jury Trial continued until 4 p.m. and
                adjourned to 4/17. 4:10 p.m. - Oral Argument held on
                penalty phase bifurcation issue: Decision Reserved; Also
                Oral Argument held on Order Show Cause by Agence France
                Presse & Don Emmert to quash subpoena duces tecum of deft
                Al-O'Whali and Oral Argument held on objections by Cabel
                News Network (CNN) to a subpoena being served on them also
                by deft Al-'Owhali - and concluded. "Subpoenas withdrawn".
                ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 04/30/01]

4/16/01   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage held. 5 p.m. -
                Argument held on oral application of deft El Hage for a
                court order to subpoena CNN - application denied. ( Held
                before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 04/30/01]
                [Edit date 04/30/01]

4/17/01   500   MEMORANDUM by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed in support of his
                motion for a separate penalty hearing. (bw)
                [Entry date 04/17/01]

4/17/01   501   LETTER filed as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed   From Frederick H. Cohn, Dated 2/28/01,
                Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: requesting that the penalty
                phase be tried separtely as to each defendant. (mr)
                [Entry date 04/17/01]

4/17/01   502   LETTER filed as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed     From David A.
                Ruhnke, Dated 3/4/01, Addressed to: Judge     Sand re: Mr.
                Mohamed;s response to the motion by cpaital   defendant,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud al-Owhali. (mr) [Entry   date 04/17/01]

4/17/01   506   MEMORANDUM by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed in response to the motions of
                defendants Khamis Mohamed and Al'Owhali for severance of
                the death penalty sentencing hearing. (rg)
                [Entry date 04/20/01]

4/17/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial continued and adjourned to 4/18/01. Oral
                argument also held on Gov't motion to quash a subpoena as
                to Marilyn Albright. AUSA Michael Garcia. David Baugh
                present for deft Al-O'whali - "Deft Al'Owhali to resubmit".
                ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 04/30/01]

4/17/01   553   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 4/12/01 to Judge
                Sand signed by Marion Seltzer as to Mohamed Suleiman Al
                Nalfi, asking permission to delegate substantive tasks to
                John H. Jacobs, Esq. and Elizabeth Macedonio, Esq. in
                connection with the representation of Mr. Al Nalfi....
                Granted. Submit Order. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand
                ); Copies mailed. (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]


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4/18/01   504   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage From AUSA
                Kenneth M. Karas, Dated 4/16/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand
                Re: motion for judgment of acquittal (sl)
                [Entry date 04/19/01]

4/18/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial continued and adjourned to 4/23/01.
                Conference held w/attys after jury is excused for the day
                on issues of redacted indictment and draft Jury Charge.
                Gov't will dismiss Count 6, and therefore Count 6 is
                dismissed as to all defts. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 04/30/01]

4/20/01   505   MEMORANDUM by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou in support of motion to
                quash defendant's subpoenas for the defense department. (mr)
                [Entry date 04/20/01]

4/20/01   507   Filed declaration of Stewart F. Aly re:requests for
                official information in litigation which fall under Defense
                Department regulations codified at 32 C.F.R. Part 97. (rg)
                [Entry date 04/23/01]
4/20/01   508   LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from Attorney Joshua L.
                Dratel, dated 4/20/01, filed by defts Wadih El Hage,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh Re: defts El-Hage and Odeh jointly
                submit the following objections, additions, and/or comments
                to the Court's proposed jury charge (Second Working Draft
                as of 4/19/01). (bw) [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/20/01   510   LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage   From Joshua L. Dratel,
                Dated 4/19/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: This letter
                is in reply to the government's April 16, 2001, letter
                regarding the sufficiency of proof of venue for Count 308
                of the Indictment. (rg) [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/20/01   511   Filed defendant Al-Owhali's proposed changes to the second
                working draft of the proposed charge to the jury. (rg)
                [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/20/01   512   RESPONSE by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali to Government's
                motion to quash. (rg) [Entry date 04/23/01]



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4/20/01   513   LETTER filed as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed From David A.
                Ruhnke, Dated 4/18/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re:
                reiterating the representations made inopne court and in
                memorandum of 4/13/01. (mr) [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/20/01   514   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh   From
                AUSA Kenneth M. Karas, Dated 4/20/01, Addressed to: Judge
                Sand Re: requesting that the Court instruct the jury that
                if, and only if, it convicts defendant Odeh on the
                conspiracy cont initially designated as Court 5, it may
                convict Odeh onthe substantive Nairobi bombing counts using
                a Pinkerton theory of liability. (mr) [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/23/01   509   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/23/01   515   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/23/01   516   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage (rp)
                [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/23/01   517   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 04/23/01]



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4/23/01   518   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/23/01   519   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/23/01   520   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (rp)
                [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/23/01   521   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (rp)
                [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/23/01   522   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (rp)
                [Entry date 04/23/01]

4/23/01   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. All defts (#1,3,4,8) present w/attys. AUSAs Pat
                Fitzgerald, Ken Karas, Paul Butler present. Sam Schmidt and
                Joshua Dratel and Kristian Larsen for deft El Hage. Anthony
                Ricco, Ed Wilford and Carl J. Herman and Sandra BaBack
                prsent for deft Odeh. Deft David Baugh and Frederick Cohn
                present for deft Al'Owhali. David Ruhnke and David Stern
                present for deft K.K. Mohamed. Oral argument held on
                Al'Owhali's motion to preclude introduction by the Gov't of
                proffered testimony under Rule 403 of certain Somali
                related matters. Motion DENIED. Court also grants motion of
                defts Al'Owhali and K.K. Mohamed to bifuricate the penalty
                phase of the trial. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 05/01/01]

4/23/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial continued at 10:30 a.m. 4:45 p.m. Charging
                conference held and adjourned. ( Held before Judge Sand )
                (bw) [Entry date 05/01/01]



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4/23/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. All defendants present. Defendant El Hage motion for
                mistrial-Denied. Charging conference held and adjourned.
(sg)
                [Entry date 05/09/01]

4/23/01   --    ORAL ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed ,
                Court rules on bifucation issue, motion to bifurcate the
                death penalty phase of trial is granted. ( Entered by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (sg) [Entry date 05/09/01]

4/24/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial continued. El Hage motion for mistrial -
                denied. ( Held before Judge Sand ) (bw)
                [Entry date 05/01/01]

4/24/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held before Sand. Deft Odeh witness L'Houssaine Kherchtou
                testifies through Arabic interpreter Seham susan Larady.
                Deft El Hage oral motion for mistrial is denied. (sg)
                [Entry date 05/09/01]

4/25/01   523   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 04/25/01]

4/25/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. ( Before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 05/01/01]

4/25/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held before Judge Sand. Deft Witness L'Houssaine
                Kherachtou testifies thru Arabic interpreter Toufic Magid.
                (sg) [Entry date 05/09/01]

4/25/01   555   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 4/23/01 to Judge
                Sand signed by Marion Seltzer as to Mohamed Suleiman Al
                Nalfi, opposing the govt letter dated 4/12/01 in which
                the govt seeks permission to censor Newsweek Magazine prior
                to it being given to Mr. Al Nalfi.... The Court rejects
                defts contention. Submit revised order including govt's
                right to review before furnishing to deft. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (dcap)
                [Entry date 06/05/01]


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4/26/01   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Conference held on the Somalia issue and resolution
                reached. "Testimony of agent Yaccue is stricken." ( Held
                before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 05/01/01]

4/26/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial continued and adjourned to 4/30/01.
                Conference held on special verdict form and concluded. (
                Held before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 05/01/01]

4/26/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held before Judge Sand. Judge with attorney's prior to
                jury entering ct reason the Somalia issue. Testimony of FBI
                agent James F. Yacone on 4/23 is stricken. Jury excused at
                3:10 PM. Conference held with atty's on special verdict
                forem and concluded. Jury trial adjourned to 4/30/01. (sg)
                [Entry date 05/09/01]

4/27/01   556   ORDER as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi,   Upon the
                application and with the consent of the deft a/k/a Mohamed
                Adam by his atorney Marion Seltzer, appointed under the
                Criminal Justice Act for the SDNY, the Court grants Ms.
                Seltzer authority to delegate substantive tasks in the
                legal representation of Mr. Al Nalfi to John H. Jacobs,
                Esq. and Elizabeth Macedonio, Esq, if they obtain security
                clearance, or to the extent matter delegated does not
                require clearance. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]

4/30/01   524   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (wv) [Entry date 04/30/01]

4/30/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held before Judge Sand.   9:15 am conference held on the
                Somalia issue and as to whetehr deft. El Hage will testify.
                Jury trial continued. Charging conference continued and
                concluded Trial adjourned to 5/1/01. (sg)
                [Entry date 05/09/01]



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5/1/01    --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial cont'd. All defendants present with
                attorneys. Govt. summation begins. (rg)
                [Entry date 05/11/01]

5/2/01    --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial cont'd. Govt. summation cont'd. (rg)
                [Entry date 05/11/01]

5/3/01    525   LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from Attorney David A.
                Ruhnke, dated 5/2/01, filed by deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                Re: submitted to seek an order from this Court directing
                the U.S. to produce certain Brady material relevant to the
                anticipated penalty phase in this case. (bw)
                [Entry date 05/03/01]

5/3/01    --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial continued. Govt. summation concludes.
                Deft. El Hage summation begins-Adj to May 7. (rg)
                [Entry date 05/11/01]

5/4/01   526    RESPONSE by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali to government's
                motion to quash. (mr) [Entry date 05/04/01]

5/7/01   527    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Usama Bin Laden
                for dates of 3/16/01. (tp) [Entry date 05/07/01]

5/7/01   531    SUPPLEMENTAL MEMORANDUM OF LAW by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim in
                support of his motion to suppress statements. (bw)
                [Entry date 05/09/01] [Edit date 05/09/01]

5/7/01   --     Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial cont'd. Deft. Odeh summation begun and
                concludes. Deft. Al'Owhali's motion for mistrial-denied.
(rg)
                [Entry date 05/11/01]

5/7/01   551    TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings before Judge Sand as to
                Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of March 27, 2001.
(dcap)
                [Entry date 06/05/01]

5/8/01   528    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (wv) [Entry date 05/08/01]



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5/8/01   529    LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed    From
                AUSA'S Michael J. Garcia/Patrick J. Fitzgerald, Dated
                5/7/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: The Government
                respectfully submits this letter in response to the
                defendant Khalfan Khamis Mohamed's May 2, 2001 letter
                seeking what defendant characterizes as "certain Brady
                material relevant to the anticipated penalty phase in this
                case". (rg) [Entry date 05/08/01]

5/8/01   530    LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh   From
                AUSA'S Paul W. Butler, Patrick J. Fitzgerald, Kenneth M.
                Karas, Michael J. Garcia Dated 4/28/01, Addressed to: Judge
                Sand Re: The Government respectfully submits this letter
                in opposition to the motion of defendant Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh to dismiss from Count One of the current redacted
                indictment the overt act in paragraph 12 (e) (herenafter
                "overt act 12(e)"). (rg) [Entry date 05/08/01]

5/8/01    --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury trial cont'd. Deft. Al'Owhali and Khalfan
                Khamis. Mohamed summations begun and concluded. Govt't
                rebuttal summation begins and adjourned to 5/9/01. (rg)
                [Entry date 05/11/01]

5/9/01    --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial continued. Govt. rebuttal summation concludes.
                Court charges jury at 11:40 a.m. Trial adjourned to May
                10th. (rg) [Entry date 05/11/01]

5/10/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held. Trial
                cont'd. Jury charge cont'd and concluded. Deliberations
                begun at 4 p.m. Trial adjourned to May 11, 2001. The four
                (4) alternate jurors are temporarily excused. (rg)
                [Entry date 05/11/01] [Edit date 05/31/01]

5/11/01   532   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 05/11/01]



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5/11/01   533   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 05/11/01]

5/11/01   534   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 05/11/01]

5/11/01   535   MOTION In Limine by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali for an
                order directing the U.S. not to introduce or make mention
                of any photographs depicting human remains until such as
                time as there has been a hearing, outside of the presence
                of the jury, to determine the admissibility of the same.
                Return date not specified. (bw) [Entry date 05/14/01]

5/11/01   536   LETTER addressed to Judge Sand from Attorney David A.
                Ruhnke, dated 5/10/01, filed by deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                Re: submitted in reply to the govt's letter of May 7, over
                the signature of AUSA Michael J. Garcia, regarding a Brady
                demand for penalty-phase evidence. (bw)
                [Entry date 05/14/01]

5/11/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Sand. Trial continued. Deliberations cont'd. (sg)
                [Entry date 05/22/01] [Edit date 05/31/01]

5/14/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Sand. Jury deliberations continued. Many exhibits
                requested. (sg) [Entry date 05/22/01]
                [Edit date 05/31/01]



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5/15/01   537   MEMORANDUM by U.S.A. as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou in support of motion to
                quash defendant's subpeona for Madeleine Albright. (mr)
                [Entry date 05/15/01]

5/15/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Sand. Jury deliberations continued oral arguments
                held on gov't motion to quash subpoea of deft Al Owhali-
                motion granted (sg) [Entry date 05/22/01]
                [Edit date 05/31/01]
5/16/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Sand. Jury deliberations contineud more exhibits
                requested. Jury seeks clarification of count 3 on the
                special verdict form. (sg) [Entry date 05/22/01]
                [Edit date 05/31/01]

5/17/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Sand. Deliberations continued more testimony read
                back. Conference held between Court accused as to victim
                impact presentations in the penalty phase. Motion by defts
                Al'Owhali and Khalfan Khamis Mohamed to preclude use of
                photographs is denied. (sg) [Entry date 05/22/01]
                [Edit date 05/31/01]

5/18/01   538   Requests to Charge on behalf of Khalfan Khamis Mohamed -
                Penalty Phase. (bw) [Entry date 05/18/01]

5/18/01   539   Proposed Mitigating Factors on behalf of Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed. (bw) [Entry date 05/18/01]

5/18/01   540   Proposed Introductory Remarks To Penalty Phase on behalf of
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. (bw) [Entry date 05/18/01]

5/18/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Sand. Jury deliberations continued jury seeks
                clarification of court's charge on pages 77 & 79 dealing
                with aiding and abetting. Adjourned to 5/21/01. (sg)
                [Entry date 05/22/01] [Edit date 05/31/01]



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5/21/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury deliberations cont'd. Testimony of Mwaka Mulwa
                read to jury. (rg) [Entry date 05/31/01]

5/22/01   541   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou (rp) [Entry date 05/22/01]

5/22/01   542   LETTER filed by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed From David A.
                Ruhnke, Dated 5/18/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re:
                proposed special verdict form (sg) [Entry date 05/22/01]

5/22/01   543   Jury instructions as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (sg)
                [Entry date 05/22/01]

5/22/01   544   Final Instructions (sg) [Entry date 05/22/01]

5/22/01   545   RESPONSE by U.S.A. as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed to the notices of mitigation
                factors filed by the capital defendants (sg)
                [Entry date 05/22/01]

5/22/01   546   Request to Charge by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (sg)
                [Entry date 05/22/01]

5/22/01   547   Mitigation factors for defendant Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (sg) [Entry date 05/22/01]

5/22/01   548   Special findings and verdict forms Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali penalty phase. (sg) [Entry date 05/22/01]

5/22/01   549   REQUESTED preliminary penalty phase charge on behalf of
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (sg) [Entry date 05/22/01]

5/22/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Deliberations cont'd. Legal argument held on penalty
                phase as to R-16 discovery production-discovery resolved.
                (rg) [Entry date 05/31/01]



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5/23/01   551   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage. Upon the application of deft
                Wadih El-Hage, by and through his atty, Sam A. Schmidt,
                Esq. and pursuant to the Criminal Justice Act: IT IS
                ORDERED that the expert document examiner, Paul A. Osborn,
                shall be entitled to an additional $600 compensation for
                his appearance and testimony on behalf of the deft, Wadih
                El-Hage. ( Signed on 5/22/01 by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (bw) [Entry date 05/24/01]

5/23/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Deliberations cont'd. Hearing held in Robing Room on
                CIPA issues in the penalty phase. AUSA Michael Garcia and
                Patrick Fitzgrald present. Also present Gwynn Kinsey from
                Dept. of Justice, Wash, D.C. Attys' David Ruhuke and David
                Stern present for deft. KK Mohamed and David Baugh and
                Frederick Cohn present for deft. Al'Owhali-and concluded.
                Conference also held in Robing Room dealing with penalty
                phase issues such as mitigating factors, special finding of
                intent and special findings of intent and special verdict
                form and concluded. (rg) [Entry date 05/31/01]

5/23/01   --    Status conference as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi held
                before Judge Sand. Deft present. AUSA Michael Garcia.
                Marion Seltzer and John Jacobs, Esqs' present for deft.
                Interpreter (Arabic) Andre codouni present. All classified
                discovery as to this deft will be available to deft's
                counsel within 2 wks afer counsel receives their security
                clearance. Gov't may join deft Mamdouh Mahmud Salim in the
                trial of this case. If deft Salim becomes a co-deft in this
                case, deft Al Nalfi's atty's may seek a severance. Further
                conf set for Oct. 9, 2001 at 10 a.m. and with likelihood of
                atty's for deft Salim present as well. Govt submits order
                excluding time thru 10/9/01. Deft cont'd remanded. (dcap)
                [Entry date 06/05/01]

5/23/01   --    Pretrial Conference as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi set
                at 10:00 10/9/01 for Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi. (dcap)
                [Entry date 06/05/01]

5/24/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Trial cont'd-deliberations cont'd and adjourned to
                5/29/01. (rg) [Entry date 05/31/01]

5/25/01   563   ORDER as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi, to Continue in
                Interests of Justice time is excluded from May 23, 2001 to
                October 9, 2001. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (dcap) [Entry date 06/05/01]

5/29/01   557   Proposed Mitigation Factors by Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali. (bw) [Entry date 05/29/01]

5/29/01   559   Proposed Mitigating Factors by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. (bw)


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                [Entry date 05/29/01]

5/29/01   560   MEMORANDUM OPINION # 85658 as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary,
                During the guilt phase of the case, the Court took two
                actions with respect to venue. First, in a ruling from the
                bench on 4/23/01, we dismissed for lack of venue Count 308
                of the Indictment which alleges a violation of 18 U.S.C.
                Section 1001(a)(2). Second, in our charge to the jury
                delivered on 5/9-10/01, we submitted 18 U.S.C. Section
                3238 as the sole basis upon which to determine venue for
                the four conspiracy counts. This opinion sets forth in
                detail the Court's reasons for those two decisions. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (ph)
                [Entry date 05/30/01]



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5/29/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                held. Jury deliberations cont'd at 9:15 a.m. 9:30 a.m.
                conference in Robing Room dealing with death peanlty phase.
                 AUSA Michael Garcia and Patrick Fitzgerald present.
                Frederick Cohn, Esq. and David Baugh, Esq. present for
                deft. Al'Owhali. David Ruhnke and David Stern present for
                deft. Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. By 5/31/01 Govt. to respond
                to decision of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of
                South Africa. By 6/1/01 deft. KK Mohamed response -oral
                argument 6/7/01 at 4:30 p.m. 12:15 p.m. Jury reaches a
                verdict as to all defts. Jury finds defts' El Hage, Odeh,
                Al'Owhali and Khalfan Khamas Mohamed guilty on counts 1 and
                3. Jury finds defts' Odeh, Al'Owhali and KK Mohamed guilty
                on count 4. Jury finds defts' El Hage, Odeh, Al'Owhali and
                KK Mohamed guilty on count 5. Jury finds defts' Odeh and
                Al'Owhail guilty on count 7. Jury finds deft. KK Mohamed
                guilty on count 8. Jury finds defts' Odeh and Al'Owhali
                guilty on count 9. Jury finds deft. KK Mohamed guilty on
                counts 10. Jury finds defts' Odeh and Al'Owhali guilty on
                counts 11 thru 223. Jury finds deft KK Mohamed guilty on
                coutns 224 thru 234. Jury finds defts' Odeh and Al' Owhali
                guilty on counts 235 thru 275. Jury finds defts' Odeh and
                Al'Owhali guilty on counts 276. Jury finds deft. KK
                Mohamed guilty on counts 277, 278 and 279. Jury finds
                defts' Odeh and Al'Owhali guilty on counts 280, 281 and
                282. Jury finds deft. KK Mohamed guilty on count 283. Jury
                finds defts' Odeh, Al'Owhali and KK Mohamed guilty on count
                284. Jury finds defts' Odeh and Al'Owhali guilty on count
                285. Jury finds deft. KK Mohamed guilty on count 286.
                Jury finds deft. El Hage guilty on counts 287, 288, 289,
                291 thru 305. PSI ordered for defts' Odeh and El Hage.
                Attorneys' for Odeh and El Hage request sixty (60) days to
                file R-29 and 63 motions-granted. A control date for
                sentencing is set for 8/30/01 as to El Hage and Odeh. All
                defts' cont'd detained. 2:30 p.m. Jury present-Court
                delivers its preliminary instruction to jury on the penalty
                phase of case. Jury exclusion for the day and adjourned to
                5/30/01. (rg) [Entry date 06/05/01]

5/29/01   --    Jury trial as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                concluded (rg) [Entry date 06/05/01]

5/29/01   611   Filed Verdict From (Guilt Phase) as to Wadih El Hage,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (rg) [Entry date 08/20/01]

5/29/01   --    JURY VERDICT as to Wadih El Hage Guilty: Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1sssssss, 3sssssss, 5sssssss,
                287sssssss-289sssssss, 291sssssss-305sssssss (rg)
                [Entry date 10/24/01]



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5/29/01   --    JURY VERDICT as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed Guilty: Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss,
                8ssss, 10ssss, 224ssss-234ssss, 277ssss-278ssss, 279ssss,
                283ssss, 284ssss, 286ssss (rg) [Entry date 10/24/01]

5/29/01   --    JURY VERDICT as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh Guilty: Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss,
                5ssssss, 7ssssss, 9ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss,
                235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss,
                282ssssss, 284ssssss, 285ssssss (rg) [Entry date 10/25/01]

5/29/01   --    JURY VERDICT as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali Guilty:
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1ssssss,
                3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss, 7ssssss, 9ssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss,
                280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 284ssssss, 285ssssss (rg)
                [Entry date 10/25/01]

5/30/01   561   LETTER filed by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed   From David A.
                Ruhnke, Dated 5/29/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: This
                memorandum is submitted to address some of the outstanding
                issues that must be resolved prior to the start of any
                penalty-phase in the case of Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. (rg)
                [Entry date 05/31/01]

5/30/01   562   LETTER filed by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed as to Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed   From David A. Ruhnke, Dated 5/28/01, Addressed
                to: Judge Sand Re: Khalfan Mohamed's removal from South
                Africa. (rg) [Entry date 05/31/01]

5/30/01   --    Special Hearing (Penalty Phase) begins as to deft.
                Al'Owhali. Opening statements by Gov't and atty for deft.
                Al'Owhali. AUSA'S Patrick Fitzgerald and Michael Garcia
                present. Arabic interpreter-Andre Codani.     Atty's
                Frederick Cohn and David Baugh for deft. Al'Owhali. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/05/01]

5/31/01   --    Special Hearing (Penalty Phase) as to     Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali cont'd and adj. to 6/4/01. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/05/01]

6/4/01   --     Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. 8:30 a.m. Conference held in open court-Deft.
                Al'Owhali allocuted as to whether he wishes to testify on
                his own behalf on the penalty phase of case. Deft. will
                not. Special hearing on Penalty phase cont'd as to
                Al'Owhali. Jury present. Govt. rests. Deft's case begins
                and adjourned. 4:30 p.m. Charging conference begun and
                concluded. (rg) [Entry date 06/13/01]



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6/5/01   564    ORDER as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Set motion
                filing deadline for 8/27/01 for Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali. On the application made by the Defendant,
                Mohammed al-Owhali, made in open court on the 29th day of
                May 2001, said application being made in order that there
                be no chance of jurisdictional defect in making post trial
                motions including those under Rule 33 of the Federal Rules
                of Crimimal Procedure, and on consent of the U.S. of
                America, the defendant's time to make motions including
                motions in arrest of judgment is enlarged to and including
                August 27, 2001 and any such motions shall be filed on or
                before that date. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (rg) [Entry date 06/11/01]

6/5/01   --     Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Special Hearing on penalty phase as to deft.
                Al'Owhali cont'd. Jury present. Deft. Al'Owhali rests at
                10:55 a.m. Gov't rebuttal case begins. Gov't rests at
                11:15 a.m. Gov't summation. Deft. Al'Owhali summation
                begins and concludes at 1:15 p.m. Alt. juror #1277 is
                discharged. Court charges jury at 2:45 p.m. Jury
                deliberations begin 4:10 p.m. The (3) alternate jurors are
                temporarily excused unitl at least 6/18/01. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/13/01]

6/6/01   565    LETTER filed by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed   From David A.
                Ruhnke, Dated 6/6/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: That
                the present jury be discharged at the conclusion of its
                penalty-phase deliberations regarding Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                al-Owhali, and that a new jury be selected to hear the
                penalty proceedings regarding Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/11/01]

6/6/01   566    LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed  From
                AUSA'S Patrick J. Fitzgerald and Michael J. Garcia, Dated
                6/6/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: To address the issues
                raised by the recent decision of the South African
                Constitutional Court. (rg) [Entry date 06/11/01]

6/6/01    567   ORDER as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Upon the application
                of David Stern, Esq. pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1825 (a)(2), and
                being satisfied that, Amina Salum, is a potential witnesses
                for whom no other accommodations can be made; It is hereby
                ordered, that the U.S. Marshall's Service for the Southern
                District of New York shall pay the transportation, support,
                and fees for the individual listed above. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/11/01]

6/6/01    --    Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Jury deliberations cont'd on Special Hearing Penalty
                Phase. (rg) [Entry date 06/13/01]



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6/7/01    --    Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Jury deliberations cont'd on Special Hearing Penalty
                Phase. Adjourned to June 11, 2001. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/13/01]

6/11/01   568   LETTER filed by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed From David A. Ruhnke
                and David Stern Co-counsel to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed ,
                Dated 6/11/01, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: This memorandum
                discusses the impact on this case of the May 28, 2001
                decision of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/13/01]

6/11/01   --    Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Jury dleiberations cont'd on Special Hearing Penalty
                Phase as to deft. Al-Owhali. (rg) [Entry date 06/13/01]

6/12/01   --    Status conference as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                held. Jury deliberations cont'd and concluded. Jury
                reaches a verdict on the Special Verdict Form of the
                Penalty Phase as to defendant Al-'Owhali. "Jury does not
                unanimously find that the death sentence is appropriate. We
                (the jury) understand that the consequence of this is that
                Al-'Owhali will be sentenced to life imprisonment without
                the possibility of release. Deft. cont'd detained. Court
                sets sentencing for September 12, 2001 at 10:30 a.m.
                Pre-sentence report is ordered. (rg) [Entry date 06/13/01]

6/12/01   --    Status conference as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held. Gov't
                attys' Patrick Fitzgerald and Michael Garcia present. David
                Ruhnke and David Stern, Esqs present for deft. Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed. Deft. not present. Oral argument also
                held re: South African Constitutional Court decision.
                Deft's attorney may refer to that court's decision in his
                preliminary (opening) statement. Further conference set for
                6/18/01 at 10 a.m. dealing with all issues preliminary to
                the Khalfan Khamis penalty hearing which commences on
                6/19/01 at 9:30 a.m. with the jury present. (rg)
                [Entry date 06/13/01]

6/12/01   574   Filed Special Verdict Form of the Penalty Phase as to
                defendant Al-'Owhali (Court Exhibit A). (rg)
                [Entry date 06/19/01]

6/13/01   569   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                (wv) [Entry date 06/13/01]



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6/14/01   570   ORDER as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, the US Marshall's
                Service for the Southern District of NY shall reimburse
                David Stern, Esq.for the expenses of room and board accrued
                by the above individuals upon presentation of receipts. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (ac)
                [Entry date 06/14/01]

6/18/01   571   Proposed Mitigating Factors by defendant's attorneys, David
                Stern and David Ruhnke. (Revision of 6/17/01). (ph)
                [Entry date 06/18/01] [Edit date 06/18/01]

6/18/01   572   Proposed Mitigating Factors by defendant's attorneys, David
                Stern and David Ruhnke. (Revision of 6/18/01). (ph)
                [Entry date 06/18/01]

6/18/01   573   ORDER as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, That William Mann, is
                appointed as a Para-Legal in the above captioned case at a
                rate set at Twenty Five ($25.00) dollars per hour nunc pro
                tunc to 6/5/00. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (ph) [Entry date 06/19/01]

6/18/01   --    Status conference as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Leonard B. Sand. Sealed proceeding in robing room
                w/all attys' and concluded. Conference held dealing with
                proposed preliminary instruction to jury and the question
                of whether Richard Lind, Esq., attorney for deft. Salim
                will grant permission to have psychiatric report of Salim
                be turned over to David Ruhnke, Esq., atty for Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed. Conference concluded. (rg)
                [Entry date 08/21/01]

6/19/01   --    Status conference as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Leonard B. Sand. Special Hearing on Penalty Phase
                begins as to deft. Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. AUSA Patrick
                Fitzgerald and Michael Garcia present. David Ruhuke and
                David Stern present for deft. Khalfan Khamis Mohamed.
                Deft. present. Court's preliminary instruction to jury and
                gov't and deft. opening statements begun and concluded.
                Swahili interpreters' Laura Black and Charles Mironko
                present. Gov't case begins. Swahili interpreter Beston
                Mwakaling present for Gov't witnesses Valentyne Katunda,
                Asha Kambenga, Mohamed Jelwni Mohamed, Judith Mwila. (rg)
                [Entry date 08/21/01]

6/20/01   575   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from AUSA Joseph F. Bianco, dated 6/18/01 as to Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, request that the Court allow the following
                disclosures to the prosecution team in the embassy bombing
                case and the assault case, as well as the psychiatrist
                hired by the Government to examine defendant: the
                transcript of the proceeding before Magistrate Judge Eaton
                on 10/26/00 and the letters written by defendant to Your
                Honor...Permission Granted ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (jb) [Entry date 06/21/01]


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6/20/01   --    Status conference as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Leonard B. Sand. Special Hearing on Penalty Phase
                cont'd-Jury present-Swahili interpreter Beston Mwakaling
                present for witness Kulwa Rahadhani. (rg)
                [Entry date 08/21/01]

6/21/01   576   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from defense attorney Jashua L. Dratel, dated 6/17/01 as to
                Wadih El Hage, requesting the Court to order the dry
                cleaning bills as necessary for an adequate defense for
                defendant at trial....Application Granted ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (jb)
                [Entry date 06/21/01]

6/21/01   577   ORDER as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED
                that the US Marshal's Service for the Southern District of
                NY shall pay the transportation, support, and fees for
                Shaima Dalvie. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies
                mailed. (ac) [Entry date 06/21/01]

6/21/01   --    Status conference as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held before
                Judge Leonard B. Sand. Special Hearing on penalty Phase
                cont'd and adjourned to 6/25/01 at 9:30 a.m.   Deft. cont'd
                detained. (rg) [Entry date 08/21/01]

6/22/01   578   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                (rp) [Entry date 06/22/01]

6/22/01   579   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                (rp) [Entry date 06/22/01]

6/22/01   580   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (rp)
                [Entry date 06/22/01]



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6/25/01   --    Special Penalty Phase Hearing continued as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed held. Jury present. Defendant present with
                attorney David Ruhuke and David Stein, AUSA Patrick
                Fitzgerald and Michael Garcia. Swahili interpreter Charles
                Mironko and Laura Black present. (ph) [Entry date 07/06/01]

6/26/01   581   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed
                Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby,
                L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi, IT IS
                HEREBY ORDERED, that the United States Marshall's service
                for the Southern District of New York shall pay the
                transportation, support, and fees for Abin Dalvie. SO
                ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand); Copies mailed.
                (ja) [Entry date 06/26/01]
6/26/01   --    Special Penalty Phase Hearing continued as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed held. Jury present. Government rests. (ph)
                [Entry date 07/06/01]

6/27/01   --    Penalty Phase Hearing continued as to Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed held. Jury present. (ph) [Entry date 07/06/01]

6/28/01   --    Penalty Phase Hearing continued and adjourned to 7/2/01 as
                to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held. 2:30 conference call held
                in chambers - all attorneys present and attorney Richard
                Lind on the telephone. Sealed proceeding on issue of Dr.
                Kleinman's report as to defendant Salim's mental competency
                and concluded. (ph) [Entry date 07/06/01]

7/2/01    --    Special Penalty Phase Hearing continued as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed held. Jury present. Defendant's attorney
                reads (25) stipulations into the record as well as numerous
                records. Defendant Khalfan Khamis Mohamed rests. Government
                rebuttal case begins. No witnesses are called but
                stipulations are read to jury and numerour exhibits
                recorded. Government rests at 10:55 a.m. Government
                summation begins at 11:05 a.m. Defendant's summations
                begins at 2:25 p.m. Government rebuttal to 3:50 pm. and
                adjourned to 7/3/01. (ph) [Entry date 07/06/01]



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7/3/01    582   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 6/21/01, as to Usama
                Bin Laden, from: Frederick H. Cohn, dft's atty, to: Judge
                Sand, re: request that the firm continues at the rates
                heretofore set by the Court, $125 per hour for atty time and
                $50 per hour for paralegal time. Authorization for continued
                payment at those rates is contained in Chapt VI of Volume
                VII of the Guide to the Judiciary, Section 6.02B.(2).
                Endorsement Granted as to writer's firm only. SO ORDERED.
                (Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand); Copies mailed. (ja)
                [Entry date 07/05/01] [Edit date 07/05/01]

7/3/01    --    Penalty Phase Hearing as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held.
                Court charges jury 9:45 a.m. Jury excused at 11:00 a.m.
                Deliberations begin 7/5/01. (ph) [Entry date 07/06/01]

7/5/01    583   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                (wv) [Entry date 07/05/01]

7/5/01    --    Jury trial as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held. Jury
                deliberations begin as to deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed on
                the Special Penalty Hearing. Deft present w/atty David
                Ruhnke and David Stern. AUSAs Fitzgerald and Garcia present
                - adjourn to 7/9/01. Deft continued remanded. ( Held before
                Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 07/12/01]

7/6/01    584   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mohamed Suleiman
                Al Nalfi for dates of 5/23/01 before Judge Leonard B. Sand
                . (ph) [Entry date 07/06/01]

7/9/01    --    Jury trial as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed held. Jury
                deliberations continued and adjourned to 7/10. ( Held
                before Judge Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 07/12/01]

7/10/01   --    Jury trial as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed concluded. Jury
                deliberations continued. Jury deliberations continued and
                concluded. Jury reaches a verdict on the Special Verdict
                Form of the Penalty Phase as to deft Khalfan Khamis Mohamed.
                "We, the jury, are unable to reach a unanimous verdict
                either in favor of a life sentence or in favor of a death
                sentence, for any of the capital counts. We understand that
                the consequence of this is that Khalfan Khamis Mohamed will
                be sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of
                release." (See attached Special Verdict Form). Deft
                remanded. ( Held before Judge Sand ) .... cont'd.
                PreSentence Investigation ordered as to deft Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed. Sentence set for Sept. 19, 2001 at 10:30 a.m. (bw)


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                [Entry date 07/12/01] [Edit date 07/13/01]

7/10/01   585   PENALTY PHASE, SPECIAL VERDICT FORM by U.S.A. as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed. (bw) [Entry date 07/12/01]

7/10/01   --    Court Orders pre-sentence investigation as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed. (bw) [Entry date 07/13/01]

7/10/01   --    ORAL ORDER as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. SET Sentencing
                for 10:30 a.m. 9/19/01 for Khalfan Khamis Mohamed. (
                Entered Judge Leonard B. Sand ) (bw) [Entry date 07/13/01]

7/17/01   586   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 6/28/01, as to
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud, Al-'Owhali, from: Frederick H. Cohn,
                counsel for defendant, to: Judge Sand, re: a request for
                authorization to retain the services of a psychiatrist for
                evaluative purposes in assisting the Probation Department
                in preparing a Presentence Investigation Report. Approved
                without Government objection. (Signed by Judge B. Sand);
                Copies mailed. (ja) [Entry date 07/17/01]

7/17/01   587   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                (rp) [Entry date 07/18/01]

7/23/01   588   MEMORANDUM OPINION # 85862 as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed,
                For the foregoing reasons, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed's
                request that the Court direct the Government to discontinue
                its capital case against him is denied and his request that
                he be permitted to present the decision of the
                Constitutional Court of South Africa as a mitigating factor
                is granted to the extent set forth above. ( Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (ph)
                [Entry date 07/23/01]

7/26/01   589   LETTER filed by U.S.A. as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim From AUSA
                Kenneth M. Karas, Dated June 29, 2001, Addressed to: Judge
                Sand Re: the Government's opposition, in response to the
                defendant's motion to suppress all statements made after
                his arrest in September 1998. (jb) [Entry date 07/26/01]

7/26/01   590   LETTER filed by Mamdouh Mahmud Salim as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim From defense attorney Allan P. Haber, Dated July 20,
                2001, Addressed to: Judge Sand Re: defendant's reply to the
                Government's June 29, 2001 opposition to the motion to
                suppress statements the defendant made to American and
                German officials following his arrest in 1998. (jb)


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                [Entry date 07/26/01]

8/2/01    591   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 7/24/01, as to Usama
                Bin Laden, from: Joshua L. Dratel, dft's atty, to: Judge
                Sand, re: request to extend time for submission of motions
                until 8/13/01 and set scheduling order deadlines: Motion
                Filing to 8/13/01 for Usama Bin Laden. GRANTED. (Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand); Copies mailed. (ja)
                [Entry date 08/02/01]

8/8/01    592   ORDER as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi, that John H.
                Jacobs, Esq., be appointed pursuant to the Criminal Justice
                Act to represent Mr. al Nalfi in the above-referenced case
                nunc pro tunc to 2/1/01, and that Mr. Jacobs submit his
                requests for payment on a separate CJA voucher from that of
                co-counsel Marion Seltzer. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand ); Copies mailed. (ph) [Entry date 08/09/01]

8/9/01    593   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from defense counsel Marion Seltzer, dated August 1, 2001
                as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi, requesting an Order
                signed to reimburse the attorney for money spent for the
                delivery of a Arabic magazine and newspaper to the
                defendant....GRANTED (Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand);
                Copies mailed. (jb) [Entry date 08/09/01]

8/13/01   594   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou,
                Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of February
                20,21,22,26,27, 2001 before Judge Leonard B. Sand. (ph)
                [Entry date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   595   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou,
                Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of February 28, 2001
                and March 1, 7, 8, 12, 2001 before Judge Leonard B. Sand.
                (ph) [Entry date 08/13/01]



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8/13/01   596   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou,
                Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of May 3,7,8,9,10,11,
                2001 before Judge Leonard B. Sand. (ph)
                [Entry date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   597   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou,
                Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of June 25, 26, 27,
                28, 29, 2001 and July 2, 3, 5, 2001 before Judge Leonard B.
                Sand. (ph) [Entry date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   598   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled
                Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al
                Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi. Date
                of: January 31, 2001. (jb) [Entry date 08/13/01]
                [Edit date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   599   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou,
                Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of June
                5,6,7,8,11,12,18,19,20,21, 2001. (jb) [Entry date 08/13/01]



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8/13/01   600   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou,
                Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of April 25,26,30 2001
                and May 1,2,3 2001. (jb) [Entry date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   601   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou,
                Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of December 12,14
                2000. (jb) [Entry date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   602   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou,
                Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of February
                5,6,7,13,14,15,16 2001. (jb) [Entry date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   603   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings (Hearing) as to Wadih El
                Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef,
                Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed
                Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of January 19, 2001. (jb)
                [Entry date 08/13/01] [Edit date 08/13/01]



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8/13/01   604   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings (Voir Dire) as to Wadih
                El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad
                Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed
                Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim
                Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al
                Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel
                Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa
                Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed
                Suleiman Al Nalfi for dates of January
                3,4,5,8,9,10,11,12,16 2001. (jb) [Entry date 08/13/01]
                [Edit date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   605   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis
                Mohamed, Wadih El Hage for dates of March 13,14,19,20,21,
                22, 2001 before Hon. Leonard Sand. (ac)
                [Entry date 08/13/01] [Edit date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   606   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed for dates of March 26,27,29, April
                2,3,4,12, 2001 before Hon. Leonard Sand. (ac)
                [Entry date 08/13/01] [Edit date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   607   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed for dates of April 16,17,18,23,24,
                2001 before Hon. Leonard Sand. (ac) [Entry date 08/13/01]

8/13/01   608   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings for dates of May
                14,15,16,17,18,21,22,23,24,29,30,31 and June 4, 2001 as to
                Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed before Hon. Leonard
                Sand. (ac) [Entry date 08/13/01]

8/16/01   610   ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed
                Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby,
                L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi, in light
                of the Government's position in their letter dated July 26,
                2001, the Court's approval of the letter dated July 20,
                2001, from Allen Haber, Esq., requesting document
                translation into Arabic, is hereby withdrawn pending
                further approval by the Court. (Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand) Copies mailed. (jb) [Entry date 08/17/01]



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8/24/01   612   Filed Memo-Endorsement on Notice of Motion, dated 8/24/01,
                as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim denying [212-1] motion A) An
                Order pursuant to Rule of the FRCP, 18 USC Section 3501,
                and the Fifth and Sixth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
                suppressing evidence of alleged post-arrest statements of
                the accused, and a pre-trial hearing upon the motion,
                mooting [212-2] motion B) An Order pursuant to Rule 14 of
                the FRCP granting deft Salim a severance of his trial from
                those of his codefendants. Although Mr. Salim would prefer
                an early trial, if severance depends upon his willingness
                to consent to a delay, he would agree to do so, denying
                [111-3] motion to suppress physical evidence and derivative
                fruits, [111-4] motion to suppress alleged statement of
                accused, denying [111-5] motion to suppress evidence
                consisting of both in court and out of court
                identification. Endorsement Motion for suppressing denied
                per opinion this date. Motion for severance deemed as moot.
                SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand); Copies
                mailed. (ja) [Entry date 08/24/01]

8/24/01   613   MEMORANDUM OPINION # 86021 as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, for
                all of the foregoing reasons, Defendant Salim's motion to
                suppress is denied in its entirety. SO ORDERED. (Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (ja)
                [Entry date 08/27/01]

8/24/01   614   POST-TRIAL MEMORANDUM OF LAW by Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali in support of the judgment of conviction should
                be vacated, the indictment dismissed, and all other relief
                deemed just and appropriate by this Court. (ja)
                [Entry date 08/28/01]

8/24/01   615   NOTICE OF MOTION IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANT Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali Post-Trial Motions Pursuant to Rules 29(c)
                & 33, FED.R.CRIM.P., AND FOR SUPPRESSION OF EVIDENCE.
                PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that the Defendant Mohamed al-'Owhali
                will move before the Honorable Leonard B. Sand, United
                States District Judge for the Southern District of New
                York, at the United States Crthse located at 500 Pearl
                Street, New York on or about 9/19/00, at 9:30 a.m., or as
                soon thereafter as counsel may be heard, for the following
                relief: a judgment of acquital pursuant to Rule 29(c),
                Fed.R.Crim.P.; a new trial pursuant to Rule 33,
                Fed.R.Crim.P.; suppression of statements made Nairobi,
                Kenya, and/or an evidentiary hearing on the issue; and
                leave to join his co-defendants' motion to the extent they
                benefit him; as well as for any such other and further
                relief as to the Court seems just and proper. join. Return
                date 9/19/00. (ja) [Entry date 08/28/01]

8/30/01   621   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed for dates of 12/11/00. (yv)
                [Entry date 08/30/01]


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8/30/01   622   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed   for dates of 1/2/01. (yv)
                [Entry date 08/30/01]

8/30/01   623   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali for dates of 12/12/00. (yv)
                [Entry date 08/30/01]

8/30/01   624   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage
                for dates of 12/15/00. (yv) [Entry date 08/30/01]

8/30/01   625   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali for dates of
                12/20/00. (yv) [Entry date 08/30/01]

8/30/01   626   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                for dates of 12/15/00. (yv) [Entry date 08/30/01]

8/30/01   627   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali,
                Khalfan Khamis Mohamed for dates of 12/6/00. (yv)
                [Entry date 08/30/01]

8/30/01   628   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali for dates of 11/13/00. (yv)
                [Entry date 08/30/01]

8/30/01   629   TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Mamdouh Mahmud
                Salim, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali for dates of
                12/20/00. (yv) [Entry date 08/30/01]

9/4/01    630   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from AUSA Kenneth M. Karas, dated September 3, 2001 as to
                Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, requesting
                the Court for permission to respond to the post-trial
                motions of defendant Hage and al-'Owhali by Friday,
                September 14, 2001...GRANTED (Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand); Copies mailed. (jb) [Entry date 09/04/01]

9/5/01    631   Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter addressed to Judge Sand
                from defense counsel Allan P. Haber, dated August 14, 2001
                as to Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, submitted in response to the
                Government's July 26, 2001 opposition letter, requesting
                immediate discovery and early translations into Arabic, so
                that the defendant can participate in his
                defense....Application DENIED without prejudice to renewal
                when a trial scheduling conference is held. (Signed by
                Judge Leonard B. Sand); Copies mailed. (jb)
                [Entry date 09/05/01]



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9/24/01   --    ORDER EXCLUDING TIME UNDER THE SPEEDY TRIAL ACT as to
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi ...that
                request for a 30-day exclusion from today, September 17,
                2001, purs. to Title 18 U.S.C. Sec. 3161(h) (8) (A) is
                hereby granted for all criminal cases in which an
                indictment or information has been filed and is
                pending,..., Continuing due to extraordinary
                circumstances, time is excluded from 9/17/01 to 10/17/01
                ( Signed by Chief Judge Michael B. Mukasey ); [Original
                filed in M10-468 Document No. 22] (wdc1)
                [Entry date 10/02/01]

9/25/01   632   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                (wv) [Entry date 09/25/01]

10/2/01   633   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                (rp) [Entry date 10/02/01]

10/2/01   634   MEMORANDUM AND ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali denying [615-2] motion a new trial
                pursuant to Rule 33, Fed.R.Crim.P. as to Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali (4), denying [615-3] motion suppression of
                statements made Nairobi, Kenya, and/or an evidentiary
                hearing on the issue as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                (4). El-Hage's request for a hearing is also denied. (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (ph)
                [Entry date 10/02/01]

10/2/01   635   SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                (rp) [Entry date 10/02/01]
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10/4/01   636    SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                 Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                 Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                 Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                 Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                 Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                 Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                 Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                 Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                 (wv) [Entry date 10/04/01]

10/9/01   --     Pretrial Conference as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi held
                 before Judge Leonard B. Sand. Deft Al Nalfi present w/
                 Atty's Marcia Seltzer and John Jacobs. AUSA's Ken Karas and
                 Joseph Bianco. Arabic interpreter Andre Codouni present.
                 Conference concluded. Further status conference 11/13/01 at
                 10:00am. Govt submits order excluding time from 10/9/01 to
                 11/13/01. Deft continued detained. (ac)
                 [Entry date 10/10/01]

10/9/01   --     Status conference as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi   set at
                 10:00 11/13/01 for Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi (ac)
                 [Entry date 10/10/01]

10/10/01 637     ORDER as to Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi, pursuant to the
                 Speedy Trial Act, 18 U.S.C. section 3161(h)(8)(A), all time
                 running from 10/9/01 until 11/13/01 shall be excluded from
                 the time within which trial must commence in the
                 above-captioned case, the Court having found that the ends
                 of justice served by this exclusion outweigh the best
                 interests of the public and the defendants in a speedy
                 trial, particularly in light of: (i) the voluminous
                 discovery in this matter; (ii) the complexity of the case
                 which involved an alleged international terrorism
                 conspiracy spanning a number of years; (iii) the need to
                 review classified material; and (iv) the need for defendant
                 to consider and prepare future pre-trial motions, and the
                 need to conduct any hearings on the same motions. (
                 Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (ph)
                 [Entry date 10/10/01]

10/11/01 638     SEALED DOCUMENT as to Usama Bin Laden (rp)
                 [Entry date 10/11/01]



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10/17/01 --     Pre-Sentencing Conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed held before Judge Leonard B. Sand. Deft. El
                Hage present with attorney's Sam Schmidt and Joshua Dratel.
                Deft. Al-'Owhali present with attorney's Frederick Cohn and
                Laura Gasiovowski. Deft. Odeh present with attorney's
                Anthony Ricco and Edward Wilford. Arabic Interpreters:
                Andrew Codouni, Aziz Ismail, Taufic Maged present.
                Conference held has to 1) contents of PreSentence Report.
                2) issues related to Restitution 3) 3 point enhancements
                for role in offense and victim related adjustments, etc.
                All issues dealing with downward departures will be held on
                10/18/01. All (3) deft's cont'd detained. (jb)
                [Entry date 10/19/01]

10/18/01 --     Sentencing held: Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1sssssss,
                3sssssss, 5sssssss, 287sssssss-289sssssss,
                291sssssss-305sssssss. (bw) [Entry date 10/24/01]

10/18/01 --     DISMISSAL of Count(s) on Government Motion as to Wadih El
                Hage. Counts Dismissed: Wadih El Hage (1) count(s)
                1ssssssss, 1ssssss, 1sssss, 1ssss, 1sss, 1ss, 1s, 1-8,
                2ssssssss, 2sssssss, 2ssssss, 3ssssssss, 3ssssss,
                4ssssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssssss, 5ssssss, 6ssssssss,
                6sssssss, 6ssssss, 7ssssssss, 8ssssssss, 9ssssssss, 9-11,
                10ssssssss, 11ssssssss-223ssssssss,
                224ssssssss-234ssssssss, 228sssss-235sssss,
                228ssss-235ssss, 228sss-235sss, 228ss-235ss, 228s-235s,
                235ssssssss-275ssssssss, 236sssss, 236ssss-238ssss,
                236sss-238sss, 236ss-238ss, 236s-238s, 237sssss, 238sssss,
                245ssssss-264ssssss, 265ssssss-267ssssss, 276ssssssss,
                277ssssssss-278ssssssss, 279ssssssss,
                280ssssssss-281ssssssss, 282ssssssss, 283ssssssss,
                284ssssssss, 285ssssssss, 286ssssssss,
                287ssssssss-305ssssssss, 290sssssss,
                306ssssssss-308ssssssss, 306sssssss-308sssssss. (bw)
                [Entry date 10/24/01]

10/18/01 --     Sentencing held Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8) count(s) 1ssss,
                3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 8ssss, 10ssss, 224ssss-234ssss,
                277ssss-278ssss, 279ssss, 283ssss, 284ssss, 286ssss (jb)
                [Entry date 10/25/01]

10/18/01 --     Sentencing held Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1ssssss,
                3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss, 7ssssss, 9ssssss,
                11ssssss-223ssssss, 235ssssss-275ssssss, 276ssssss,
                280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 284ssssss, 285ssssss (ac)
                [Entry date 10/25/01]

10/18/01 --     Sentencing held Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4)
                count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss, 7ssssss,
                9ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss, 235ssssss-275ssssss,
                276ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 284ssssss,
                285ssssss. (ja) [Entry date 10/26/01]
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1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                               PRIOR


10/19/01 639    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Order of
                Restitution. The Court hereby, finds that although the
                above-named defendants are presently assumed to be without
                assets and will be subject to long terms of imprisonment,
                there is a reasonable possibility that they or some of them
                may generate income in the future from the sale to the media
                of accounts of their crimes, and there is a reasonable
                possibility that they or some of them may be found to own or
                have control of assets as yet undisclosed. As to the victims
                listed on the attached schedule and the U.S., it is hereby
                (i) ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED that the above-named
                defendants jointly and severally pay restitutuion, in the
                amount set forth as the present value of lost income in the
                attached Schedule of Loss of Income, to the respective
                members of the victim's estate, or family member, as set
                forth in that schedule, and it is further (ii) ORDERED,
                ADJUDGED, AND DECREED that the above-named defendant's
                jointly and severally pay restitution to the U.S. in partial
                restitution for the August 1998 destruction of the embassies
                of the United States in Nairobi and Dar-es-Salaam in the
                amount of $26,300,000, and as provided in Section 3664(h)(i)
                all other victims shall receive restitution before the
                United States receives any restitution. Furthermore, it is
                hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that this Order of
                Restitution shall be without prejudice to the recovery of
                any other damages that any victim of the crimes committed by
                the above named defendants may seek in any other proceeding,
                which recoveries shall be credited against the amounts
                awarded hereunder; and it is further ORDERED ADJUDGED and
                DECREED that each defendant shall notify the Court and the
                Attorney General of any material change in his economic
                circumstances that might affect the defendant's ability to
                pay restitution. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (ph) [Entry date 10/19/01]
                [Edit date 10/19/01]



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1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                               PRIOR

10/19/01 640    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed
                Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin
                Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed
                Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh Mahmud Salim,
                Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim
                Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed
                Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas Al Liby,
                L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi, Pursuant
                to prior Orders of this Court, there were purchased with
                government funds, sixteen (16) laptop computers, fourteen
                (14) of which were loaned to the individuals listed on
                Exhibit "A" attached hereto. These computers are now to be
                turned over to Frederick H. Cohn, Esq. who turn to deliver
                them to Leonard Joy, the Public Defender, except that Allan
                Haber and Irving Cohen may continue to hold said computers
                during their representation of Defendant Salim. These
                computers are, amd at all relevant times have been, and
                will remain the property of the United States Government.
                (Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand); Copies mailed. (jb)
                [Entry date 10/19/01]

10/19/01 641    NOTICE OF APPEAL by Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali ; from ;
                 the Judgment entered in this action on 10/18/01. Copies
                mailed to the attorneys of record: A.U.S.A. *(CJA)*. (rmo)
                [Entry date 10/19/01]

10/19/01 --     Notice of Appeal with copy of order/judgment and two copies
                of docket entries as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                transmitted to USCA re: [641-1] appeal on 10/19/01. (rmo)
                [Entry date 10/19/01]



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1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                               PRIOR

10/22/01 642    FILED JUDGMENT in a Criminal Case (S7-98-Cr-1023-01).
                Defendant present with attorney Sam A. Schmidt and Joshua L.
                Dratel. Defendant Wadih El Hage (1) was found guilty on
                count(s) 1sssssss, 3sssssss, 5sssssss,
                287sssssss-289sssssss, 291sssssss-305sssssss after a plea of
                not guilty. All Open Counts of Indictments' are dismissed on
                the motion of the United States. The defendant is sentenced
                as provided in pages 2 through 6 of this judgment. The
                sentence is imposed pursuant to the Sentencing Reform Act of
                1984. It is further ordered that the defendant shall notify
                the United States Attorney for this district within 30 days
                of any change of name, residence, or mailing address until
                all fines, restitution, costs, and special assessments
                imposed by this judgment are fully paid. The defendant is
                hereby committed to the custody of the United States Bureau
                of Prisons to be imprisoned for a total of LIFE IMPRISONMENT
                on counts 1 and 3; TWENTY(20) YEARS on count 5, to run
                concurrently with counts 1 and 3; FIVE(5) YEARS on counts
                287,288,289 and 291 thru 305 to run concurrently with each
                other and concurrently to counts 1,3 and 5. Defendant
                notified of right to appeal conviction and sentence. The
                defendant is remanded to the custody of the United States
                Marshal. Upon release from imprisonment, the defendant shall
                be on supervised release for a term of FIVE(5) YEARS on
                counts 1 and 3, and THREE(3) YEARS on counts 5,287,288,289
                and counts 291 thru 305. All terms to run concurrently with
                each other. The above drug testing condition (p.3 of
                judgment) is suspended based on the court's determination
                that the defendant poses a low risk of future substance
                abuse. The defendant shall not possess a firearm as defined
                in 18 U.S.C. Section 921. The defendant shall pay an
                assessment of $2,100.00 in full immediately. The defendant
                shall pay a restitution in the amount of $33,816,561.75.
                Special instructions regarding the payment of criminal
                monetary penalties: Defendant to make restitution as
                directed by Order of this Court dated 10/18/01.; Judgment
                and Commitment issued to U.S. Marshal. ( Signed by Judge
                Leonard B. Sand ). [ copy of Order of Restitution, dated
                10/18/01, attached ]. Docketed as a Judgment, #01,1901, on
                10/24/01. (bw) [Entry date 10/24/01]
                [Edit date 10/25/01]



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1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                               PRIOR

10/22/01 --     DISMISSAL of Count(s) on Government Motion as to Khalfan
                Khamis Mohamed Counts Dismissed: Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8)
                count(s) 1ssssss, 1sssss, 1sss, 1ss, 1s, 1, 2ssssss,
                3ssssss, 3sssss, 3sss, 3ss, 3s, 3, 4ssssss, 4sssss, 4sss,
                5ssssss, 5sssss, 5sss, 6ssssss, 6sssss, 6ssss, 6sss,
                7ssssss, 7sss-8sss, 8ssssss, 8sssss, 9ssssss, 9sss-10sss,
                10ssssss, 10sssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss, 11sss-233sss,
                217ss-227ss, 217s-227s, 217-227, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                224sssss-234sssss, 234sss-235sss, 235ssssss-275ssssss,
                236sss-237sss, 238sss-239sss, 240sss-241sss, 242sss,
                243sss-244sss, 276ssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss,
                277sssss-279sssss, 279ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss,
                282ssssss, 283ssssss, 283sssss, 284ssssss, 284sssss,
                285ssssss, 286ssssss, 286sssss, 287ssssss-305ssssss,
                306ssssss-308ssssss (jb) [Entry date 10/25/01]

10/22/01 644    FILED JUDGMENT in a CRIMINAL CASE (For Offenses Committed On
                or After November 1, 1987). Defendant Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
                (8) was found GUILTY on count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss,
                8ssss, 10ssss, 224ssss thru 234ssss, 277ssss, 278ssss,
                279ssss, 283ssss, 284ssss and 286ssss. Special Assessment:
                $2,300.00, due immediately. Imprisonment: LIFE IMPRISONMENT
                on counts 1,3,4,5,8,10,224 thru 234,277,278, 279 and 283;
                followed by a mandatory TEN (10) Years imprisonment on count
                284 and a mandatory THIRTY (30) Years on count 286, to be
                served CONSECUTIVELY to the above-referened counts.
                Supervised Release: FIVE (5) Years on counts
                1,3,4,5,8,10,224 thru 234,277,278,279,283 and 286 to run
                CONCURRENTLY with each other and THREE (3) Years on count
                284 to run CONCURRENTLY with all other counts. On the
                remaining indictments, Deft. Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (8);
                open count(s) 1ssssss, 1sssss, 1sss 1ss, 1s, 1, 2ssssss,
                3sss, on all (S) Indictments are dismissed on the motion of
                the United States. The defendant is remanded to the custody
                of the United States Marshal. The drug testing condition is
                suspended based on the court's determination that the
                defendant poses a low risk of future substance abuse. The
                defendant shall not possess a firearm. The defendant shall
                comply with the directives of the Immigration and
                Naturalization Service and the Immigration Laws. The
                defendant is to make restitution as directed by ORDER of
                this Court dated October 18, 2001. The defendant is to pay
                restitution jointly and severally to the United States
                Government in partial restitution for destruction of U.S.
                embassies in South Africa; and to the victims' family
                members, in the total amount of $33,816,561.75. Defendant is
                notified of his right to appeal conviction and sentence.
                Judgment and Commitment issued to U.S. Marshal. Docketed as
                a judgment #01,1921 on 10/26/01. (Signed by Judge Leonard B.
                Sand). (jb) [Entry date 10/25/01] [Edit date 10/29/01]



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1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                               PRIOR

10/23/01 643    Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter to Judge Sand dated
                10/19/01 from Sam A. Schmidt as to Wadih El Hage,
                requesting permission to continue to retain the laptop
                computers provided to assist in the defense in the above
                case...Permission granted to retain laptop computers for
                use on appeal. Permission deferred on request to continue
                representation. Must submit a proposed order. So ordered.
                ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (ph)
                [Entry date 10/24/01]

10/23/01 --     DISMISSAL of Count(s) on Government Motion as to Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Counts Dismissed: Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1ssssssss, 1sssssss, 1sssss,
                1ssss, 1sss, 1ss, 1s, 1, 2ssssssss, 2ssss, 2sss, 2ss-3ss,
                2s-3s, 2-3, 3ssssssss, 3sssssss, 3sssss, 3ssss, 3sss,
                4ssssssss, 4sssssss, 4sssss, 4ssss-216ssss, 4sss-216sss,
                4ss-216ss, 4s-227s, 4-227, 5ssssssss, 5sssssss, 5sssss,
                6ssssssss, 6sssssss, 6ssssss, 6sssss, 7ssssssss, 7sssssss,
                7sssss-8sssss, 8ssssssss, 8sssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssssss,
                9sssssss, 9sssss-10sssss, 10ssssssss, 10sssssss, 10ssssss,
                11ssssssss-223ssssssss, 11sssssss-223sssssss,
                11sssss-233sssss, 217ssss-227ssss, 217sss-227sss,
                217ss-227ss, 224ssssssss-234ssssssss,
                224sssssss-234sssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                234sssss-235sssss, 235ssssssss-275ssssssss,
                235sssssss-275sssssss, 236sssss-237sssss,
                240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss, 243sssss-244sssss, 276sssssss,
                277ssssssss-278ssssssss, 277sssssss-279sssssss,
                277ssssss-278ssssss, 279ssssssss, 279ssssss,
                280ssssssss-281ssssssss, 280sssssss-282sssssss,
                283ssssssss, 283sssssss, 283ssssss, 284ssssssss,
                285ssssssss, 285sssssss, 286ssssssss, 286sssssss,
                287ssssssss-305ssssssss, 306ssssssss-308ssssssss. (ja)
                [Entry date 10/26/01]



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1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                               PRIOR

10/23/01 646    FILED JUDGMENT IN A CRIMINAL CASE (For Offenses Committed On
                or After November 1, 1987). The defendant Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1ssssssss, 1sssssss, 1sssss,
                1ssss, 1sss, 1ss, 1, 2ssssssss, 2ssss, 2sss, 2ss-3ss, 2s-3s,
                2-3, 3ssssssss, 3sssssss, 3sssss, 3ssss, 3ss, 4ssssssss,
                4sssssss, 4sssss, 4ssss-216ssss, 4sss-216sss, 4ss-216ss,
                4s-227s, 4-227, 5ssssssss, 5sssssss, 5sssss, 6ssssssss,
                6sssssss, 6sssssss, 6sssss, 7ssssssss, 7sssssss,
                7sssss-8sssss, 8ssssssss, 8sssssss, 8ssssss, 9ssssssss,
                9sssssss, 9sssss-10sssss, 10ssssssss, 10sssssss, 10ssssss,
                11ssssssss-223ssssssss, 11sssssss-223sssssss,
                11sssss-233sssss, 21ssss-227ssss, 217sss-227sss,
                217ss-227ss, 224ssssssss-234ssssssss, 224sssssss-234sssssss,
                224ssssss-234ssssss, 234sssss-235sssss,
                235ssssssss-275ssssssss, 235sssssss-275sssssss,
                236sssss-237sssss, 240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss,
                243sssss-24sssss, 276sssssss, 277ssssssss-278ssssssss,
                277sssssss-279sssssss, 277ssssss-278ssssss, 279ssssssss,
                279ssssss, 280ssssssss-281ssssssss, 280sssssss-282sssssss,
                283ssssssss, 283sssssss, 283ssssss, 284ssssssss,
                285ssssssss, 285sssssss, 286ssssssss, 286sssssss,
                287ssssssss-305ssssssss 306ssssssss-308ssssssss. All Open
                Counts on All (s) Indictments are dismissed on the motion of
                the United States. The defendant Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) was found guilty on count(s) 1ssssss,
                3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss, 7ssssss, 9ssssss, 11ssssss thru
                223ssssss, 235ssssss thru 275ssssss, 276ssssss, 280ssssss,
                281ssssss, 282ssssss, 284ssssss, 285ssssss after a plea of
                not guilty. The defendant is sentenced as provided in pages
                2 through 6 of this judgment. This sentence is imposed
                pursuant to the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984. Imprisonment:
                LIFE IMPRISONMENT on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11 thru 223, 235,
                thru 275, 276, 280, 281, 282 to be followed by a mandatory
                TEN (10) Years imprisonment on count 284 to be served
                CONSECUTIVELY to the above referenced counts, followed by a
                mandatory minimum of THIRTY (30) Years imprisonment on count
                285 to be served CONSECUTIVELY to the above-referenced
                counts. Defendant notified of right to appeal conviction and
                sentence. The defendant is remanded to the custody of the
                United States Marshal. Supervised Release: 5 Years on counts
                 1,3,4,5,9,11 thru 223, 235 thru 275,276,280,281,282 and 285
                 and three (3) years on count 284. All counts to run
                 consecutively with each other. SPECIAL CONDITION OF
                 SUPERVISED RELEASE: 1) defendant shall comply with
                 directives of the Immigration and Naturalization Service and
                 the immigration laws. The above drug testing condition is
                 suspended based on the courts determination that the
                 defendant poses a low risk of future substance abuse. The
                 defendant shall not possess a firearm as defined in 18
                 U.S.C. Sec. 921. Assessment: $26,600.00 which shall be due
                 in full immediately. Restitution: $33,816,561.75. Judgment
                 and Commitment issued to U.S. Marshal. (Signed by Judge
                 Leonard B. Sand). Docketed as a Judgment, #01,1968, on
                 10/30/01. (ja) [Entry date 10/26/01]


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1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                PRIOR

                 [Edit date 10/31/01]

10/24/01 --      DISMISSAL of Count(s) on Government Motion as to Mohamed
                 Sadeek Odeh   Terminated motions: Counts Dismissed:
                 Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1ssssssss, 1sssssss,
                 1sssss, 1ssss, 1sss, 1ss, 1s, 1, 2ssssssss, 2ssss, 2sss,
                 2ss-3ss, 2s-3s, 2-3, 3ssssssss, 3sssssss, 3sssss, 3ssss,
                 3sss, 4ssssssss, 4sssssss, 4sssss, 4ssss-216ssss,
                 4sss-216sss, 4ss-216ss, 4s-227s, 4-227, 5ssssssss,
                 5sssssss, 5sssss, 6ssssssss, 6sssssss, 6ssssss, 6sssss,
                 7ssssssss, 7sssssss, 7sssss-8sssss, 8ssssssss, 8sssssss,
                 8ssssss, 9ssssssss, 9sssssss, 9sssss-10sssss, 10ssssssss,
                 10sssssss, 10ssssss, 11ssssssss-223ssssssss,
                 11sssssss-223sssssss, 11sssss-233sssss, 217ssss-227ssss,
                 217sss-227sss, 217ss-227ss, 224ssssssss-234ssssssss,
                 224sssssss-234sssssss, 224ssssss-234ssssss,
                 234sssss-235sssss, 235ssssssss-275ssssssss,
                 235sssssss-275sssssss, 236sssss-237sssss,
                 238sssss-239sssss, 240sssss-241sssss, 242sssss,
                 243sssss-244sssss, 276ssssssss, 276sssssss,
                 277ssssssss-278ssssssss, 277sssssss-279sssssss,
                 277ssssss-278ssssss, 279ssssssss, 279ssssss,
                 280ssssssss-281ssssssss, 280sssssss-282sssssss,
                 282ssssssss, 283ssssssss, 283sssssss, 283ssssss,
                 284ssssssss, 284sssssss, 285ssssssss, 285sssssss,
                 286ssssssss, 286sssssss, 286ssssss,
                 287ssssssss-305ssssssss, 306ssssssss-308ssssssss (ac)
                 [Entry date 10/25/01]



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1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                               PRIOR

10/24/01 645    FILED JUDGMENT IN A CRIMINAL CASE (For offenses committed on
                or after Nov 1, 1987). Deft Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) was
                found guilty on count(s) 1,3,4,5,7,9, 11 thru 223, 235 thru
                275, 276, 280, 281, 282, 284, 285. All open counts on all
                (S) Indictments are dismissed on the motion the United
                States. Special Assessment: $26,600.00 due immediately.
                Imprisonment: Life imprisonment on counts 1,3,4,5,7,9,11
                thru 223,235 thru 275,276,280,281,282, to be followed by a
                mandatory 10 years imprisonment on count 284 to be served
                consecutively to the above referenced counts, followed by a
                mandatory 30 years imprisonment on count 285 to be served
                consecutively to the above referenced counts; Supervised
                Release: 60 months on counts 1,3,4,5,7,911 thru 223, 235
                thru 275,276,280,281,282 and 285 and 36 months on count 284.
                All counts to run concurrently with each other. The Deft is
                remanded to the custody of the US Marshal. The above drug
                testing conditions are suspended based on the Court's
                determination that the Deft poses a low risk of future
                substance abuse. The Deft shall not possess a firearm. The
                Deft shall make restitution in the amount of $33,816,561.75.
                The Deft shall make restitution to the following payees in
                the amounts listed below: Victims family
                members-$7,516,561.00; United States
                Government-$26,300,000.00. Deft to make restitution as
                directed by order of this Court dated 10/18/01. Judgment and
                Commitment issued to U.S. Marshal. Docketed as a Judgment
                #01,1967 on 10/30/01. ( Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand )
                (ac) [Entry date 10/25/01] [Edit date 11/01/01]

10/24/01 648    NOTICE OF APPEAL by Mohamed Sadeek Odeh Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3) count(s) 1ssssss, 3ssssss, 4ssssss, 5ssssss,
                7ssssss, 9ssssss, 11ssssss-223ssssss, 235ssssss-275ssssss,
                276ssssss, 280ssssss-281ssssss, 282ssssss, 284ssssss,
                285ssssss; from; the judgment entered in this action on
                10/18/01. Copies mailed to attorney(s) of record: A.U.S.A.
                 *(Filed by CJA)*. (sb) [Entry date 10/29/01]

10/25/01 647    Filed Memo-Endorsement on letter dated 10/23/01 from
                Frederick Cohen to Judge Sand as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul
                Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa
                Mohamed Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan
                Ghailani, Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan,
                Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri,
                Khaled Al Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif
                Al Adel, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli
                Atwah, Anas Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed
                Suleiman Al Nalfi, requesting that there be no charge for
                a copy of the docket of the above captioned case....No
                charge shall be imposed for copying of the docket as above
                requested...So Ordered. Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand );
                Copies mailed. (ac) [Entry date 10/29/01]
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1:98cr1023-ALL USA v. Hage, et al                                          PRIOR

10/25/01 649        NOTICE OF APPEAL by Wadih El Hage Wadih El Hage (1)
                    count(s) 1sssssss, 3sssssss, 5sssssss,
                    287sssssss-289sssssss, 291sssssss-305sssssss; from; the
                    judgment entered in this action on 10/18/01. Copies mailed
                    to attorney(s) of record: A.U.S.A. *(CJA)*. (sb)
                    [Entry date 10/29/01]

10/25/01 --         Notice of Appeal with copy of order/judgment and two copies
                    of docket entries as to Wadih El Hage transmitted to USCA
                    re: [649-1] appeal on 10/29/01. (sb) [Entry date 10/29/01]

10/26/01 646        SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                    Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                    Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef, Mustafa Mohamed
                    Fadhil, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani,
                    Fahid Mohammed Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Mamdouh
                    Mahmud Salim, Ali Mohamed, Ayman Al Zawahiri, Khaled Al
                    Fawwaz, Ibrahim Eidarous, Adel Abdel Bary, Saif Al Adel,
                    Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Anas
                    Al Liby, L'Houssiane Kherchtou, Mohamed Suleiman Al Nalfi
                    (wv) [Entry date 10/26/01]

10/29/01 --         Notice of Appeal with copy of order/judgment and two copies
                    of docket entries as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh transmitted to
                    USCA re: [648-1] appeal on 10/24/01. (sb)
                    [Entry date 10/29/01]

11/1/01   650       NOTICE OF APPEAL by Khalfan Khamis Mohamed Khalfan Khamis
                    Mohamed (8) count(s) 1ssss, 3ssss, 4ssss, 5ssss, 8ssss,
                    10ssss, 224ssss-234ssss, 277ssss-278ssss, 279ssss, 283ssss,
                    284ssss, 286ssss; from; the judgment entered in this action
                    on 10/22/01. Copies mailed to attorney(s) of record:
                    Kenneth M. Karis, A.U.S.A. *(CJA)*. (sb)
                    [Entry date 11/05/01]

11/5/01   --        Notice of Appeal with copy of order/judgment and two copies
                    of docket entries as to Khalfan Khamis Mohamed transmitted
                    to USCA re: [650-1] appeal on 11/5/01. (sb)
                    [Entry date 11/05/01]

[END OF DOCKET: 1:98cr1023-0]




24 October 2000
Source: Court Reporters Office of the Southern District of New York
See related court docket: http://cryptome.sabotage.org/qaeda102000.htm

This transcript is from an appearance by Ali Mohamed before Judge Sand on October 20, 2000.
Mr. Mohamed is one of 17 defendants in the bombing of US Embassies in Kenya and Sudan.
And now the only one to plead guilty.



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   1    UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
        SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
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        UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
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                     v.                                 S(7) 98 Cr. 1023 (LBS)
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        ALI MOHAMED,
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                          Defendants.
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                                                        New York, N.Y.
   9                                                    October 20, 2000

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        Before:
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                      HON. LEONARD B. SAND,
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                                                        District Judge
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  16                                  APPEARANCES

  17    MARY JO WHITE
             United States Attorney for the
  18         Southern District of New York
        BY: PATRICK J. FITZGERALD,
  19         KENNETH M. KARAS,
             MICHAEL GARCIA,
  20         ANDREW C. McCARTHY,
             PAUL BUTLER,
  21         Assistant United States Attorneys
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     For Defendant Ali Mohamed:
23
     JAMES ROTH
24   LLOYD EPSTEIN

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 1              (In open court)

 2              DEPUTY CLERK:     United States of America v. Ali

 3   Mohamed.

 4              Is the government ready?

 5              MR. FITZGERALD:    Yes, your Honor.   Good morning.

 6              THE COURT:    Good morning.

 7              DEPUTY CLERK:     Defendant ready?

 8              MR. ROTH:    Yes, your Honor.   James Roth for the

 9   defendant.    We're ready.

10              THE COURT:    Mr. Roth, you have an application?

11              MR. ROTH:    Yes, your Honor.   Your Honor, at this

12   time, the defendant Ali Mohamed enters a plea of guilty to

13   Counts One, Three, Five and Six of S(7) 98 CR 1023.

14              THE COURT:    Isn't it One through Three?

15              MR. ROTH:    I'm sorry.   One, Two, Three, that's

16   correct.

17              THE COURT:    And he is offering to enter a plea to

18   Counts One, Two, Three, Five and Six of the indictment?

19              MR. ROTH:    That is correct, your Honor.

20              THE COURT:    And my understanding is that that offer

21   is made pursuant to Rule 11(e)(C).
22              MR. ROTH:    (1)(C), your Honor.

23              THE COURT:   Yes.    Very well.

24              Mr. Kenneally, will you arraign Mr. Mohamed.

25              DEPUTY CLERK:      Mr. Ali Mohamed, please rise for a


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 1   moment.

 2              Is your attorney present, standing beside you?

 3              THE DEFENDANT:     Yes.

 4              DEPUTY CLERK:      Ali Mohamed, have you received a copy

 5   of the indictment S(7) 98 Crim. 1023?

 6              THE DEFENDANT:     Yes.

 7              DEPUTY CLERK:      Do you wish to have Counts One, Two,

 8   Three, Five and Six read out loud to you?

 9              THE DEFENDANT:     No, sir.

10              DEPUTY CLERK:      Do you understand the charges on each

11   of Counts One, Two, Three, Five and Six?

12              THE DEFENDANT:     Yes, sir.

13              DEPUTY CLERK:      How do you offer to plead as to those

14   counts, guilty or not guilty?

15              THE DEFENDANT:     Guilty.

16              THE COURT:   Very well.        Mr. Mohamed, how old are you,

17   sir?

18              THE DEFENDANT:     48, your Honor.

19              THE COURT:   40?

20              THE DEFENDANT:     8.

21              THE COURT:   48.
22              And how much schooling have you had?     How much

23   schooling, education?

24              THE DEFENDANT:   I have two bachelor degrees and one

25   master's degree.


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 1              THE COURT:   And where did you obtain those degrees?

 2              THE DEFENDANT:   In Egypt.   University of Alexandria

 3   in Egypt.

 4              THE COURT:   And you read, write, speak and understand

 5   English without any difficulty?

 6              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, sir.

 7              THE COURT:   Have you received a copy of this

 8   indictment and gone over it with your attorney?

 9              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, sir.

10              THE COURT:   And has he explained to you the charges

11   contained in this indictment?

12              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

13              THE COURT:   And have you told him everything that you

14   know about these matters?

15              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

16              THE COURT:   Are there any facts that you deliberately

17   withheld from your attorneys?

18              THE DEFENDANT:   No, your Honor.

19              THE COURT:   I have been furnished a copy of a letter

20   dated October 19 from the United States Attorney's Office to

21   your attorney.     Have you signed such a letter?
22              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

23              THE COURT:   Before signing such a letter did you go

24   over it carefully with your attorneys?

25              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.


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 1              THE COURT:   Do you understand the terms and

 2   provisions contained in that letter?

 3              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, sir.

 4              THE COURT:   Are there any understandings or

 5   agreements or promises or inducements for you to enter into a

 6   plea other than those set forth in this letter?

 7              THE DEFENDANT:   No, sir.

 8              THE COURT:   Very well.     We will mark the letter.

 9              Has it now been fully signed by all the parties?

10              MR. ROTH:    Yes, your Honor.

11              THE COURT:   All the signatories?

12              MR. ROTH:    Yes, your Honor.

13              THE COURT:   All right.     We will deem that marked as

14   Court Exhibit A of today's date and it will be sealed.

15              Do you understand, Mr. Mohamed, that you have a right

16   to continue to plead not guilty, and that if you do so, you

17   have a right to a trial by a jury of 12 people, at which you

18   would have the right to the assistance of counsel, and if you

19   could not afford an attorney, one would be supplied at no cost

20   to you, as indeed has happened?        Do you understand that?

21              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.
22              THE COURT:   Do you understand that at such a trial

23   the burden would be on the government to establish your guilt

24   beyond a reasonable doubt, to the unanimous satisfaction of

25   all 12 jurors?    Do you understand that?


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 1              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

 2              THE COURT:   Do you understand that upon such a trial

 3   you would have the right to subpoena witnesses and to confront

 4   and to cross-examine all witnesses that were called by the

 5   government against you?     Do you understand that?

 6              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

 7              THE COURT:   Do you understand that at such a trial

 8   you could remain silent, and no inference could be drawn

 9   against you by reason of your silence; or if you wanted to,

10   you could take the stand and testify in your own defense, do

11   you understand that?

12              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

13              THE COURT:   Do you understand that if you wanted to,

14   and the Court and the government agreed, you could have a

15   trial before a judge, without a jury, in which event you would

16   have the same rights and the same burdens would be on the

17   government?

18              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

19              THE COURT:   Do you understand that if your offer to

20   plead guilty is accepted, that you would give up those rights

21   with respect to these charges against you, and any right to
22   appeal with respect to any prior proceedings in this case, and

23   the Court would have the same power to impose sentence as it

24   would have if a jury brought in a verdict of guilty against

25   you?   Do you understand that?


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 1              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

 2              THE COURT:   Do you understand that in connection with

 3   your offer to plead guilty, I may ask you questions about the

 4   offense to which you are pleading guilty, and that if you

 5   answered these questions under oath, on the record, and in the

 6   presence of your attorneys, if your answers are false, they

 7   may be used against you later in a prosecution for perjury or

 8   false statements?    Do you understand that?

 9              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

10              THE COURT:   This plea is offered pursuant to the

11   provisions of Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Criminal

12   procedure (e)(1)(C), which provides, in pertinent part:

13              "The attorney for the government and the attorney for

14   the defendant may agree that upon the defendant's entering a

15   plea of guilty:    (C) agree that a specific sentence or

16   sentencing range is the appropriate disposition of the

17   case. . . Such a plea agreement is binding on the Court once

18   it is accepted by the court."

19              And subparagraph 2 thereof says:

20              "The court may accept or reject the agreement, or may

21   defer its decision as to the acceptance or rejection until
22   there has been an opportunity to consider the presentence

23   report."

24              Do you understand that your plea agreement is made

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 1   parties agree, pursuant to that provision, that it is an

 2   appropriate disposition of this case that Ali Mohamed shall

 3   not receive a sentence of less than the sum set forth in the

 4   plea agreement?

 5              MR. ROTH:    May we approach for a second, your Honor?

 6              THE COURT:   Excuse me?

 7              MR. EPSTEIN:   May we approach for a second?

 8              THE COURT:   Yes.

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 1              (In open court)

 2              THE COURT:   Mr. Mohamed, the agreement is that the

 3   sentence shall be not less than a term of years set forth in

 4   the plea agreement.     Do you understand that?

 5              THE DEFENDANT:    Yes, your Honor.

 6              THE COURT:   And that if the Court should reject that

 7   agreement, or impose a sentence of less than the terms set

 8   forth in the agreement, then this entire plea agreement is

 9   void, do you understand that?

10              THE DEFENDANT:    Yes, your Honor.

11              MR. FITZGERALD:    Excuse me, your Honor.     Just one

12   correction, your Honor.      I think the plea agreement will be

13   voidable by the government, but not void.

14              THE COURT:   Voidable.

15              MR. FITZGERALD:    Yes.   Thank you, Judge.

16              THE COURT:   Your offer is to plead guilty to five

17   counts charging you with conspiracy to kill nationals of the

18   United States, conspiracy to murder, kidnap and maim at places

19   outside of the United States, conspiracy to murder, conspiracy

20   to destroy buildings and property of the United States, and

21   conspiracy to destroy national-defense utilities of the United
22   States.

23              Do you understand that pursuant to the relevant

24   statutes, conviction on those five counts would subject you to

25   a total maximum sentence of incarceration of life imprisonment


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 1   plus any term of years.     Do you understand that you would be

 2   subject to that potential sentence?

 3              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

 4              THE COURT:   Do you understand that in addition to

 5   that, you would be subject to a term of supervised release of

 6   five years on Counts One, Two, Three and Five and three years'

 7   supervised release on Count Six?       Do you understand that?

 8              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

 9              THE COURT:   Do you understand that if you are

10   sentenced to a term of supervised release, if you violate the

11   terms and conditions of supervised release, you will be


12   subject to a further term of incarceration without credit for

13   time previously spent on supervised release?

14              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

15              THE COURT:   Do you understand that you also will be

16   subject to a fine of the greatest of $250,000, twice the gross

17   pecuniary gain derived from the offense, or twice the gross

18   pecuniary loss as a result of the offense?

19              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

20              THE COURT:   Do you understand you are also subject to
21   a mandatory $500 special assessment?       You understand that?

22              THE DEFENDANT:    Yes, your Honor.

23              THE COURT:   And that the Court may at the time of

24   sentencing impose an obligation of restitution in an amount to

25   be determined by the Court, do you understand that?


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 1              THE DEFENDANT:    Yes, your Honor.

 2              THE COURT:   Are there any other punishments,

 3   penalties, sanctions to which the defendant will be subject as

 4   to which he should be apprised at this time?

 5              MR. FITZGERALD:    No, Judge.

 6              THE COURT:   Do you understand that you will not be

 7   able to withdraw your plea if it should come about that the

 8   sentence actually imposed by the Court is higher than you

 9   anticipated or higher than was estimated or predicted to you?

10   Do you understand that?

11              (Pause)

12              THE DEFENDANT:    Yes, your Honor.

13              THE COURT:   Have you been induced to offer to plead

14   guilty by reason of any fear, pressure, duress, force,

15   anything of that nature?

16              THE DEFENDANT:    No, your honor.

17              THE COURT:   Are you under the influence of any

18   substances such as alcohol, drugs or the like that might

19   affect your ability to understand what you are doing?

20              THE DEFENDANT:    No, your Honor.
21              THE COURT:   Then do I understand that you are

22   offering to plead guilty because you believe that you are

23   guilty?

24              THE DEFENDANT:    Yes, your Honor.

25              THE COURT:   All right.      Mr. Kenneally, will you place


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 1   Mr. Mohamed under oath, please.

 2              Is there some other form of oath that the defendant

 3   would prefer?

 4              MR. ROTH:    We just asked him whether he wanted to

 5   affirm, your Honor.

 6              THE COURT:   And his answer was?

 7              THE DEFENDANT:    Whatever.    It does not matter.

 8              (Defendant sworn)

 9              THE COURT:   What we're going to do now is I am going

10   to ask the government to state on the record what the elements

11   of the six counts are, what it is that the government must

12   prove beyond a reasonable doubt to the unanimous satisfaction

13   of 12 jurors to establish your guilt on those six counts, and

14   then I am going to ask you to tell me in your own words what

15   it is that you did that leads you to believe that you are

16   guilty of those counts.

17              So I would ask that the government now state the

18   elements of the six causes of action.

19              MR. FITZGERALD:    Yes, Judge.     It's Counts One, Two,

20   Three, Five and Six.
21              THE COURT:   Yes.

22              MR. FITZGERALD:     So that is actually five counts that

23   name defendant Mohamed in the indictment.

24              Count One charges a violation of Title 18, United

25   States Code, Section 2332(b), which is conspiracy to kill


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 1   nationals of the United States.         The elements of the crime

 2   that the government would be required to prove is that the

 3   defendant engaged in conspiratorial conduct outside the United

 4   States as part of a conspiracy to kill nationals of the United

 5   States, and that, specifically charged in Count One, the four

 6   goals of the conspiracy included murdering United States

 7   nationals anywhere in the world, killing United States

 8   nationals employed by the American military in Somalia and

 9   Saudi Arabia, and, three, killing United States nationals

10   employed in embassies, and, four, concealment of the

11   conspiracy.

12              As to Count Two, which charges a violation of Title

13   18, United States Code, Section 956(a)(1), and 956(a)(2), a

14   conspiracy to murder, kidnap and maim in places outside the

15   United States, the government would be required to prove that

16   the defendant Mohamed, within the jurisdiction of the United

17   States, conspired with others who could be located anywhere to

18   commit an act that would be murder or maiming if carried out

19   within the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of

20   the United States, and that any conspirator committed an act
21   within the United States in furtherance of that conspiracy,

22   and as specifically charged, that the indictment alleges four

23   objects:   killing United States nationals employed by the

24   American military in Somalia and Saudi Arabia; two, killing

25   United States nationals at embassies overseas; three, killing


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 1   United States civilians anywhere in the world; and, four,

 2   concealment.

 3              Count Three charges a violation of Title 18, United

 4   States Code, Section 1117, conspiracy to murder, and that

 5   requires that the defendant and one or more other persons

 6   conspired to violate Sections 1114 or 1116 and that an overt

 7   act be carried out.    Specifically, in this indictment it is

 8   charged that the conspiracy sought to violate both 1114 and

 9   1116.

10              The requirements for Section 1114 is that the goal be

11   to kill an officer or employee of the United States

12   Government, including members of the armed services, on

13   account of their duties, and Section 1116 requires that the

14   goal be to kill internationally protected persons.    And

15   internationally protected persons are defined by statute to

16   include, among others, employed U.S. employees entitled to

17   special protection by law, which would include ambassadors

18   located in embassies overseas.

19              As specifically charged in the indictment, Count

20   Three alleges that the conspirators sought to kill United
21   States Government employees on account of their official

22   duties, including employees of the United States military in

23   Somalia and Saudi Arabia and employees located at embassies

24   and, secondly, sought to kill internationally protected

25   persons and, third, sought to conceal the conspiracy.


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 1              Count Five charges a conspiracy to destroy buildings

 2   or property owned or leased by the United States Government,

 3   in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 844(n),

 4   and the conspiracy was to violate Title 18, United States

 5   Code, Section 844(f)(1) and (f)(3).    That would require the

 6   government to prove that the conspiracy sought to damage or

 7   destroy buildings or property owned or leased by the United

 8   States Government, and that a means of that destruction was

 9   through the use of fire and explosives.    And for subsection

10   (f)(3), another goal that would need to be proven was that the

11   aim was to cause death.

12              As specifically charged in the indictment, Count Five

13   would require the government to show that the goals of the

14   conspiracy were to bomb United States embassies and kill

15   United States Government employees; secondly, to attack the

16   people and to harm the people within United States embassies

17   and other American facilities; third, to attack the United

18   States military facilities; and, fourth, to seek to cause

19   death by such conduct.

20              And finally, Count Six charges a violation of Title
21   18, United States Code, Section 2155, which is a conspiracy to

22   destroy national-defense utilities of the United States.      That

23   would require the government to prove that the defendant was

24   part of a conspiracy to interfere with the national-defense

25   utilities of the United States by injuring or destroying such


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 1   utilities, and such national-defense utilities are defined to

 2   include buildings or structures of the armed forces, and that

 3   is to include buildings and structures in the American

 4   military overseas.

 5              In sum, all five counts will be proven by facts

 6   indicating that there was a conspiracy to kill United States

 7   nationals overseas, which included both United States

 8   employees, United States military employees, civilians and

 9   internationally protected persons; that Ali Mohamed joined

10   that conspiracy; that an overt act was carried out; that

11   conspiratorial conduct was carried out within the U.S.; that

12   conspiratorial conduct was carried out outside the United

13   States; that bombing was a method of the planned killing; and

14   that the targets included both military facilities and

15   personnel as well as buildings, including embassies which

16   housed internationally protected persons.

17              THE COURT:   Thank you, Mr. Fitzgerald.

18              Now, Mr. Mohamed, would you tell us in your own words

19   what it is that you did and when and where you did it that

20   leads you to believe that you are guilty of each of those
21   charges.

22              THE DEFENDANT:   Your Honor, in the early 1980s I

23   became involved with the Egyptian Islamic Jihad organization.

24   In the early 1990s, I was introduced to al Qaeda -- al Qaeda

25   is the organization headed by Usama bin Laden -- through my


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 1   involvement with the Egyptian Islamic Jihad.

 2              In 1992, I conducted military and basic explosives

 3   training for al Qaeda in Afghanistan.     Among the people I

 4   trained were Harun Fadhl and Abu Jihad.     I also conducted

 5   intelligence training for al Qaeda.     I taught my trainees how

 6   to create cell structures that could be used for operations.

 7              In 1991, I helped transport Usama bin Laden from

 8   Afghanistan to the Sudan.

 9              When I engaged in these activities, and the others

10   that I am about to describe, I understood that I was working

11   with al Qaeda, Bin Laden, Abu Hafs, Abu Ubaidah, and that al

12   Qaeda had a shura council, which included Abu Hajer al Iraqui.

13              In the early 1990s, I assisted al Qaeda in creating a

14   presence in Nairobi, Kenya, and worked with several others on

15   this project.    Abu Ubaidah was in charge of al Qaeda in

16   Nairobi until he drowned.     Khalid al Fawwaz set up al Qaeda's

17   office in Nairobi.    A car business was set up to create

18   income.    Wadih el Hage created a charity organization that

19   would help provide al Qaeda members with identity documents.

20   I personally helped el Hage by making labels in his home in
21   Nairobi.   I personally met Abu Ubaidah and Abu Hafs at Wadih's

22   house in Nairobi.

23              We used various code names to conceal our identities.

24   I used the name "Jeff"; el Hage used the name "Norman"; Ihab

25   used the name "Nawawi."


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 1              In late 1993, I was asked by bin Laden to conduct

 2   surveillance of American, British, French, and Israeli targets

 3   in Nairobi.   Among the targets I did surveillance for was the

 4   American Embassy in Nairobi, the United States AID Building in

 5   Nairobi, the United States Agricultural Office in Nairobi, the

 6   French Cultural Center, and French Embassy in Nairobi.       These

 7   targets were selected to retaliate against the United States

 8   for its involvement in Somalia.      I took pictures, drew

 9   diagrams, and wrote a report.     Khalid al Fawwaz paid for my

10   expenses and the photo enlarging equipment.      He was in Nairobi

11   at this time.

12              I later went to Khartoum, where my surveillance files

13   and photographs were reviewed by Usama bin Laden, Abu Hafs,

14   Abu Ubaidah, and others.   Bin Laden looked at the picture of

15   the American Embassy and pointed to where a truck could go as

16   a suicide bomber.

17              In 1994, Bin Laden sent me to Djibouti to do

18   surveillance on several facilities, including French military

19   bases and the American Embassy.

20              In 1994, after an attempt to assassinate Bin Laden, I
21   went to the Sudan in 1994 to train Bin Laden's bodyguards,

22   security detail.    I trained those conducting the security of

23   the interior of his compound, and coordinated with the

24   Sudanese intelligence agents who were responsible for the

25   exterior security.


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 1              In 1994, while I was in Sudan, I did surveillance

 2   training for al Qaeda.     Ihab Ali, also known as Nawawi, was

 3   one of the people I trained.     Nawai was supposed to train

 4   others.

 5              In early 1990s, Zawihiri made two visits to the

 6   United States, and he came to United States to help raise

 7   funds for the Egyptian Islamic Jihad.     I helped him to do

 8   this.

 9              I was aware of certain contacts between al Qaeda and

10   al Jihad organization, on one side, and Iran and Hezbollah on

11   the other side.    I arranged security for a meeting in the

12   Sudan between Mughaniyah, Hezbollah's chief, and Bin Laden.

13              Hezbollah provided explosives training for al Qaeda

14   and al Jihad.     Iran supplied Egyptian Jihad with weapons.

15   Iran also used Hezbolla to supply explosives that were

16   disguised to look like rocks.

17              In late 1994, I was in Nairobi.   Abu Hafs met another

18   man and me in the back of Wadih el Hage's house.     Abu Hafs

19   told me, along with someone else, to do surveillance for the

20   American, British, French and Israeli targets in Senegal in
21   West Africa.

22              At about this time, late 1994, I received a call from

23   an FBI agent who wanted to speak to me about the upcoming

24   trial of United States v. Abdel Rahman.     I flew back to the

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 1   everything that I knew.

 2              I reported on my meeting with the FBI to Abu Hafs and

 3   was told not to return to Nairobi.

 4              In 1995, I obtained a copy of the co-conspirator list

 5   for the Abdel Rahman trial.     I sent the list to el Hage in

 6   Kenya, expecting that it would be forwarded to bin Laden in

 7   Khartoum.

 8              In 1996, I learned from el Hage that Abu Ubaidah had

 9   drowned.

10              In 1998, I received a letter from Ihab Ali in early

11   January, 1998.     The letter said that el Hage had been

12   interviewed by the FBI in Kenya, and gave me a contact number

13   for el Hage.     I called the number and then called someone who

14   would pass the message to Fawwaz for bin Laden.

15              After the bombing in 1998, I made plans to go to

16   Egypt and later to Afghanistan to meet bin Laden.     Before I

17   could leave, I was subpoenaed to testify before the grand jury

18   in the Southern District of New York.     I testified, told some

19   lies, and was then arrested.

20              MR. ROTH:   That concludes the statement, your Honor.
21              THE COURT:   The overall objective of all of these

22   activities you described was, what?

23              THE DEFENDANT:   Just to -- I was involved in the

24   Islamic Jihad organization, and the Islamic Jihad organization

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 1   Laden.   And the objective of all this, just to attack any

 2   Western target in the Middle East, to force the government of

 3   the Western countries just to pull out from the Middle East,

 4   not interfere in the --

 5              THE COURT:   And to achieve that objective, did the

 6   conspiracy include killing nationals of the United States?

 7              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, sir.   Based on the marine

 8   explosion in Beirut in 1984 and the American pull-out from

 9   Beirut, they will be the same method, to force the United

10   States to pull out from Saudi Arabia.

11              THE COURT:   And it included conspiracy to murder

12   persons who were involved in government agencies and embassies

13   overseas?

14              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

15              THE COURT:   And to destroy buildings and properties

16   of the United States?

17              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

18              THE COURT:   And to attack national-defense utilities?

19              THE DEFENDANT:   Yes, your Honor.

20              THE COURT:   Anything further by way of allocution the
21   government would request?

22              MR. FITZGERALD:    No, Judge.

23              THE COURT:   Mr. Roth, Mr. Epstein, do you know of any

24   valid legal defense that would prevail if the defendant went

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 1              MR. EPSTEIN:   No, your Honor.

 2              THE COURT:   And I take it that the pending motions

 3   brought on your behalf are withdrawn.

 4              MR. ROTH:    That's correct, your Honor.

 5              THE COURT:   Mr. Mohamed, are you satisfied with the

 6   representation you have received from your two attorneys?

 7              THE DEFENDANT:    Yes, your Honor.

 8              THE COURT:   Mr. Mohamed, have you signed and has your

 9   counsel signed an acknowledgment of rights form?

10              THE DEFENDANT:    Yes, your Honor.

11              THE COURT:   The Court finds that there is a knowing,

12   voluntary plea of guilty which encompasses all of the elements

13   of the charges to which the defendant has offered to plead

14   guilty, and the plea is accepted.

15              The Court will defer until it sees a presentence

16   report whether it does or does not accept the recommendation

17   pursuant to Rule 11(e).

18              I take it that there is no application for bail or

19   for revision of the terms of bail.

20              The plea may be entered.     We will set a sentencing
21   date of nine months from today as a control date.

22              MR. FITZGERALD:     Your Honor, my understanding is it

23   is now required to advise the defendant pleading guilty that

24   he is waiving his right to an appeal.

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 1              MR. EPSTEIN:   It's not in the agreement.

 2              MR. FITZGERALD:     I don't believe it is in the

 3   agreement.    I was advised there is recent case law that says

 4   it should be allocuted to at the time of the plea.

 5              THE COURT:   Do you understand that as a consequence

 6   of your offering to plead guilty, and the Court accepting that

 7   plea, you waive the right to appeal with respect to any

 8   proceedings heretofore had in this matter?

 9              MR. EPSTEIN:   Your Honor, it's our understanding that

10   he would be waiving any right to appeal relative to the plea

11   itself, but in terms of subsequent proceedings, there is

12   nothing in any agreement between the parties that would

13   preclude an appeal.

14              MR. FITZGERALD:     That's correct, Judge.   If there

15   were something done illegally with regard to his sentence in

16   the future, he is not waiving that, but he is waiving any past

17   proceedings.

18              THE COURT:   I believe I did tell him that:     if your

19   offer to plead guilty is accepted, you would give up all the

20   rights that you previously had and any right to appeal with
21   respect to any past proceedings in this case, and the court

22   would have the same power to impose sentence as it would have

23   if a jury returned a verdict of guilty.

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The New York Times, 09 February 1999

Experts Find No Arms Chemicals at Bombed Sudan Plant
By James Risen and David Johnston

WASHINGTON -- Chemists who examined soil, sludge and debris samples from a Sudanese
pharmaceutical plant destroyed in August by American cruise missiles found no traces of
chemical weapon compounds, according to a scientist hired by the owner of the plant.

The findings, though prepared privately for lawyers for the owner, who is now seeking redress
from the United States, raise new questions about the government's reliance on tests of soil
samples from the site obtained clandestinely by the CIA. American officials had said the samples
contained traces of Empta, a precursor used in the production of deadly VX nerve gas.

The United States attacked the Al Shifa pharmaceutical plant in Khartoum and suspected
terrorist training camps near Khost, Afghanistan, on Aug. 20 in an effort to curb the activities of
the Saudi exile Osama bin Laden after the bombings of two American embassies in East Africa.
American officials have said the bin Laden terrorist network was behind the bombings of the
diplomatic missions in Kenya and Tanzania. Bin Laden has denied any role in the bombings.

At the heart of the new evidence are 13 carefully cataloged samples taken from the wrecked
plant and its grounds late in October. The sampling project was designed and supervised by
Thomas Tullius, chairman of the chemistry department at Boston University.

"The point of what we did was to carefully and scientifically collect samples from a variety of
locations and have them analyzed by one of the top laboratories in the world for this kind of
work," Tullius said in an interview. "What they found was that in those samples, to the practical
limits of scientific detection, there was no Empta or Empa, its breakdown product."

In response to the new findings, Clinton administration officials said they stood by their decision
to strike the plant. The officials dismissed the findings of chemists working on behalf of the
plant's owner, Salih Idris, noting that their soil samples were taken long after the United States
obtained its soil from the site and long after the bombing and rains could have dispersed
incriminating evidence.

Moreover, while they acknowledged that they did not know that Idris owned the plant at the time
of the attack, other American officials say they now have strong evidence linking him to bin
Laden.

"We stand by our evidence indicating the presence of a chemical weapons precursor at this
plant," said P.J. Crowley, a spokesman for the National Security Council at the White House.
"We stand by our evidence linking this plant to Osama bin Laden's network. We continue to
believe that this was an appropriate action to pre-empt Osama bin Laden from further attacks
against the United States."

Several ground locations at the plant were surveyed, along with interior sites in the plant that
were covered by debris and partly protected from rain. One location, a septic tank, was found
intact and provided what Tullius said was a historical record of the chemicals flushed through the
plant drains.

The lab analysis found that none of the samples contained detectable levels of Empta, nor did
they find Empa, the subsidiary compound into which Empta rapidly breaks down. Empta, Tullius
said, breaks down within days, but Empa remains in the soil, and even in small quantities would
be detectable for weeks or months after contact with the ground.

In addition to the evaluation of the new soil samples, an international security company, Kroll
Associates, was hired by Idris' lawyers to conduct a detailed review of the Shifa controversy. In
their report, made available to The New York Times, Kroll Associates found no evidence of a
direct link between Idris and bin Laden.

The scientists and investigators were hired by the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer &
Feld, which represents Idris, a Sudanese-born Saudi businessman. The law firm has a long-held
reputation of influence in Democratic circles with partners like Robert Strauss, the former
Democratic Party chairman, and Vernon Jordan, a close friend of President Clinton.

But its credentials have not benefited Idris. The firm's lawyers have been flatly rebuffed in their
efforts to present their findings to the White House, National Security Council or the Justice,
Treasury and Defense Departments.

"We've been confronted with the problem of proving a series of negatives that there was no
Empta at the plant and that Idris was not a terrorist," said Mark MacDougall, a partner at the law
firm. "We think we've done that with evidence that can be admitted in court. But to date
responsible officials, including at the White House, have flatly refused to look at the facts. We're
sorry about that."

The lawyers have not yet decided whether they will sue the government, in what would probably
be complex litigation with an uncertain outcome. Nevertheless, MacDougall said Idris wanted to
clear his name and unfreeze millions of dollars in bank accounts at the Bank of America that the
Treasury Department's office of foreign-assets control blocked after the Shifa attack. In addition,
Idris is seeking millions of dollars to replace the plant.

In interviews with Western consultants to the factory, employees and others, the Kroll
investigators said they had found no evidence that the plant had been heavily guarded or that
there had been secret areas in the factory off-limits to outsiders, where chemical weapons might
have been produced or stored. The report concluded that the plant produced only veterinary
medicines and pharmaceuticals for human consumption. While Al Shifa did export to Iraq, Kroll
found no evidence of a chemical weapons link to Baghdad.

But the Kroll investigation did provide new details about Idris and confirmed his commercial
links to Sudan's Military Industrial Corp., the government entity that produces weapons for the
Sudanese army. The United States charged that the industrial corporation was also responsible
for chemical weapons production in the country, and that bin Laden had provided financing for
the agency.

The Kroll report determined that Idris had links to the military corporation through his other
business interests in Sudan, but not through Al Shifa. Kroll investigators said the industrial
corporation was a powerful military-based organization that reaches into many parts of the
Sudanese economy, including Idris' business empire.

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The New York Times

February 8, 1999


In Islamic World, Bin Laden's Esteem Rises
By TIM WEINER

Six months after the deadly bombings of two American embassies in Africa, the counterattack
against the man suspected of being the mastermind, Osama bin Laden, has failed to weaken his
ability to strike again but succeeded in making him a hero in the Islamic world, senior U.S. and
foreign officials say.

Bin Laden's most potent political weapon, his violent oratory condemning the American
presence in the Persian Gulf, is winning sympathy and support from North Africa to South Asia,
U.S. officials say. That poses a growing threat to American personnel and policies abroad.

"This is a political movement," said a top American counterterrorism official. "We have to have
a political and diplomatic strategy to attack him without aggrandizing him." But Washington
lacks one, the official said.

The United States has aimed cruise missiles, covert operations and criminal investigations
against bin Laden. It has arrested men believed to be his political associates. It has thwarted two
of his plans to attack more American embassies, U.S. officials say.

But American stratagems to block his access to bank accounts, cut his connections to terrorist
cells and sever his links to political supporters have not succeeded. Secure in his redoubts in
Afghanistan, bin Laden could strike "at any time" against symbols of American power, CIA
Director George Tenet told Congress last week.

"I don't think he's isolated, incommunicado or out of money," another senior counterterrorism
official said. "And I don't think anything we've done has changed the minds of his true
believers."

The sense that bin Laden has strong political support even among American allies abroad is
shared within the State Department, the CIA and the National Security Council.

Many officials there say their boldest counterattack on bin Laden -- firing cruise missiles at his
guerrilla bases in Afghanistan and what they suspected was a chemical weapons factory in Sudan
-- may have backfired.

The missiles inflicted little lasting damage but helped to make bin Laden "a revered figure" in
the Islamic world, a third senior counterterrorism official said.
Bin Laden receives money and political support from princes of the Saudi royal family, whose
king he has vowed to depose, and from powerful people and financial institutions in Kuwait and
Qatar, where there is a strong American military presence, U.S. officials say.

Administration officials say they are continuing to press foreign governments to arrest suspected
supporters and associates of his. Secret arrests and unpublicized detentions of several suspects
took place three weeks ago, officials said.

But the arrests do not always stick. Seven people detained in England and Albania at the behest
of the United States have been quietly released for lack of evidence in recent weeks, officials
said.

Senior American officials have argued fiercely about strategies against bin Laden. "Wanted"
posters went out last month, with blood-red type reading: "This is not politics. This is
MURDER."

But now a different picture is gaining force in the Islamic world.

A poster of bin Laden hangs in Pakistan's oldest and largest religious school, on the old silk route
to Afghanistan. He is smiling, holding an automatic rifle. The poster calls him a holy warrior.

"Osama is a hero," Sami ul-Haq, a leading Islamic politician, who runs the religious school, said
in an interview. "Every young man here wants to be like him." He said he was sending hundreds
of his graduates to support bin Laden's allies in Afghanistan.

This glorified image is spreading in Pakistan, the country the United States is relying on the most
to help bring bin Laden to justice. "When bin Laden speaks, he is reflecting the aspirations of the
people," said Naseerullah Babar, a retired general who recently served as Pakistan's interior
minister.

In Pakistan, "the principal reasons for bin Laden's having popular appeal are growing," said
Robert Oakley, a former American ambassador in Pakistan and a former State Department
counterterrorism coordinator.

"People feel they have no voice," he said. "They look at a people with great wealth while they
live in deep poverty. They resent the personal corruption of the Saudis" and the power of the
United States.

American counterterrorism officials ruefully agree that bin Laden's oratory also rings true in
Saudi Arabia.

His attacks on the Saudi royal family's repression and corruption are factually similar to State
Department human rights reports and CIA economic analyses. But they differ sharply in blaming
the United States for shoring up the House of Saud by stationing troops in the Arabian Peninsula.
Bin Laden's popular support swelled after the cruise missile attacks, American officials and allies
in the region agree.

"What was served by the cruise missile attacks?" said Mohammad Siddique Kanju, the deputy
foreign minister of Pakistan. "You've inflated one individual to an enormous extent. Why would
you want to create more like him? Such acts only help him proliferate."

Attacking bin Laden with missiles gave him the status of a state -- a nation unto himself, as an
intelligence official said -- in a war with America.

"And if we make it into a war, we lose," said Oakley, the former ambassador. "We'll swell their
numbers enormously." That further increases the political threat that bin Laden presents,
American officials concede.

Some officials say the United States does not yet know its enemy well enough to defeat him. The
picture of bin Laden presented by the United States has been blurred by conflicting public
statements at the highest levels of the government.

On Aug. 20, when the United States destroyed a pharmaceutical plant in Sudan with cruise
missiles, President Clinton's most senior national security aides said it was a secret chemical
weapons factory financed by bin Laden. Those same officials later conceded that they had no
definitive evidence of that.

The same day, Clinton gave a speech tying bin Laden to plots to kill the pope and President
Hosni Mubarak of Egypt. But those plots were carried out by people to whom bin Laden may
have peripheral connections, if any, according to available evidence.

"He has been blown beyond all proportion," said Ghazi Salah el-Din, the information minister of
Sudan, where bin Laden lived from 1992 to 1996. "I know the guy, having met him. And he's not
that mighty. He's being pumped up. I can understand that in the context of trying to personify
terrorism. But the United States has created a hero out of him."

American law enforcement, intelligence and national security officials are divided on some
fundamental issues. For example, they disagree whether, as a federal indictment charges, bin
Laden and his adherents helped train and arm the men who killed 18 American soldiers in
Somalia in 1993.

Mary Jo White, the U.S. attorney in Manhattan, said, "We are confident in the allegation." But
senior officials, including some who served in Somalia, say they doubt the charge, which Clinton
made hours after the cruise missile attacks.

Oakley, the U.S. envoy to Somalia at the time of the attack, is among the skeptics. "Nobody I've
talked to, most of whom were in a good position to know, knows anything about that," he said.
"We never heard anything about bin Laden."
Jonathan Howe, the retired Navy admiral who was the top U.N. official in Somalia in 1993 and
is a former deputy national security adviser, shares those doubts.

"When a president makes a statement like that, there's got to be something to it," he said. "But I
have no idea what it was."




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United States Attorney
Southern District of New York
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE              CONTACT: U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
JANUARY 6, 1999                             MARVIN SMILON, HERBERT HADAD
                                            PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE
                                            (212) 637-2600

                                                 FBI
                                                 JOSEPH A. VALIQUETTE
                                                 (212) 384-2715
                                                 JAMES M. MARGOLIN
                                                 (212) 384-2720

                                  PRESS RELEASE

         MARY JO WHITE, the United States Attorney for the
Southern District of New York, and LEWIS D. SCHILIRO, Assistant
Director in Charge of the New York FBI Office, announced that
MAMDOUH MAHMUD SALIM was indicted today in Manhattan federal court
for conspiring to kill American nationals outside of the United
States.

         The first count of the Indictment charges that SALIM,
along with co-defendants USAMA BIN LADEN, MUHAMMAD ATEF, WADIH EL
HAGE, FAZUL ABDULLAH MOHAMMED, MOHAMED SADEEK ODEH, MOHAMED RASHED
DAOUD AL-'OWHALI, MUSTAFA FADHIL, KHALFAN KHAMIS MOHAMED, AHMED
KHALFAN GHAILANI, FAHAD MOHAMED ALLY MSALAM, and SHEIKH AHMED SALIM
SWEDAN acted together with other members of "al Qaeda," a worldwide
terrorist organization led by BIN LADEN, in a conspiracy to murder
United States nationals. The objectives of this international
terrorist conspiracy allegedly included: killing members of the
American military stationed in Saudi Arabia and Somalia; killing
United States nationals employed at the United States Embassies in
Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; and concealing the
activities of the co-conspirators by, among other things establishing
front companies, providing false identity and travel documents,
engaging in coded correspondence and providing false information to
the authorities in various countries.

         As part of his participation in the conspiracy to murder
United States nationals, the Indictment charges that SALIM
committed various overt acts. Specifically, according to the
Indictment, SALIM: (a) served, along with others on the governing
committee of al Qaeda, the terrorist organization led by BIN LADEN;
(b) engaged in financial transactions, including the purchase of
electronics and communication equipment on behalf of al Qaeda; (c)
issued numerous fatwahs (religious opinions) justifying unity
between Sunni Muslims and Shiite Muslims to attack the common
enemy, the United States, permitting the murder of "infidels,"eve
if attack on such persons would kill "innocent" third parties, and
explaining that United States forces should not be present in Arab
lands; and (d) was involved in attempts to obtain the components
for nuclear weapons.

         SALIM was first arrested in Germany on September 16,
1998, after an arrest warrant was issued in the United States. He
was ordered extradited to the United States in December 1998. On
December 20, l998, German officials handed SALIM over to the FBI,
which brought him to New York.

         Ms. WHITE and Mr. SCHILIRO said the investigation of this
case is being conducted by the Joint Terrorist Task Force composed
of the FBI, the New York City Police Department, the United States
Department of State, the United States Secret Service, the United
States Immigration and Naturalization Service, the Federal Aviation
Administration, the United States Marshals Service, the Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, the New York State Police and the
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

         SALIM faces a maximum sentence of life imprisonment
without the possibility of parole.

         Assistant United States Attorneys PATRICK J. FITZGERALD,
KENNETH M. KARAS and MICHAEL J. GARCIA are in charge of the
prosecution.

         The charges contained in the Indictment are merely
accusations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and
until proven guilty.

99-03                            ###

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ABCNEWS Online, January 2, 1999


World’s Most Wanted Terrorist
An Interview with Osama bin Laden
[Photo omitted] Osama bin Laden speaks during an interview in Afghanistan. The Saudi millionaire had been living in exile in
Afghanistan and the Taliban religious army, which rules most of the country, has until now refused to let him make public
statements. (ABCNEWS.com)


ABCNEWS.com
The man often called the “world’s most dangerous terrorist” has granted a rare
interview to ABCNEWS. Osama bin Laden, indicted by U.S. prosecutors on charges
of masterminding the bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa, brought our producer
Rahimullah Yousafsai to a secret location last Wednesday under heavy security for an
exclusive interview. Here, for the first time, is the entire transcript, translated from
Arabic.

Question: You have been charged with masterminding the bombings of the two U.S.
embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. Are these charges true?

Bin Laden: Praise be to God , the Cherisher and Sustainer of the Worlds. Peace and blessings be
upon Prophet Muhammad, his companions and his kin. Let me begin by stating that we, in the
World Islamic Front for jihad against Jews and Crusaders, have, by the grace of God Almighty,
issued a crystal clear fatwa calling on the Nation to carry on jihad aimed at liberating Islamic
holy sites, and the Ancient House (The Holy Ka’aba), and Al-Aksa Mosque and all Islamic
lands.

By the grace of God, Praise and Glory be to him; this Nation, the Nation of Muhammad, God’s
peace and blessings be upon him, has responded to this appeal and this instigation. We will
continue this course because it is a part of our religion, and because God, Praise and Glory be to
him, ordered us to carry out jihad so that the word of God may remain exalted to the heights. If
the instigation for jihad against the Jews and the Americans, in order to liberate Al-Aksa
Mosque, and the Holy Ka’aba, is considered a crime, let history be a witness that I am a criminal.

You warned that Americans would die. Then, two months later, the U.S. embassies in
Nairobi and Dar As Salaam were bombed. Were these bombings because of your fatwa
(decree) against America?
Bin Laden: By the Grace of God, Praise and Glory be to him, we have repeatedly issued
warnings, over a number of years. Following these warnings and these calls, anti-American
explosions took place in a number of Islamic countries. Most probably, these acts came about as
a result of such calls and warnings. But only God knows the truth.

If the targets of jihads are Americans, how can the deaths of so many Africans be justified?

Bin Laden: This question pre-supposes that it is me who carried out these explosions. My answer
is that I understand the motives of the brothers who carry out acts of jihad against the enemies of
the nation, namely the Americans and their supporters.

Killing of Muslims Would be Justified

Suppose that the Americans have attacked an Islamic country and kidnapped my children, the
children of Osama bin Laden, to use as a shield, and then started to kill Muslims as is the case in
Lebanon, Palestine, and these days in Iraq, and also when they supported the Serbs in massacring
the Muslims in Bosnia. According to Islamic jurisprudence if we abstain from firing on the
Americans lest we should kill these Muslims (used by them as shields), the harm that could
befall Muslims at large, who are being attacked, outweighs the good of saving the lives of these
Muslims used as a shields.

This means that in a case like this, when it becomes apparent that it would be impossible to repel
these Americans without assaulting them, even if this involved the killing of Muslims, this is
permissible under Islam. That is why I do understand the motives of those who carried out these
acts. However, radio reports said that most of those killed were members of the American
Embassy in Nairobi, which housed the largest C.I.A center in the African continent. We do
understand what happened. Many people were saddened by the death of some innocent people
outside the embassy building.

The U.S. has also said, in formal charges, that you are in a position to develop chemical
weapons and try to purchase nuclear material for weapons. How would such weapons be
used?

Bin Laden: This is a multi-dimensional question. It presupposes that I do possess such weapons,
and goes on to ask about the way in which we will use them. In answer I would say that
acquiring weapons for the defense of Muslims is a religious duty.

To seek to possess the weapons that could counter those of the infidels is a religious duty. If I
have indeed acquired these weapons, then this is an obligation I carried out and I thank God for
enabling us to do that. And if I seek to acquire these weapons I am carrying out a duty. It would
be a sin for Muslims not to try to possess the weapons that would prevent the infidels from
inflicting harm on Muslims. But how we could use these weapons if we possess them is up to us.

Lies or Truth?
Muhamad Rashid Al-Owhali has told investigators that he was in your camps and at the
press conference you gave last May when you promised that the deserves of fatwa would be
seen within the next seven weeks. Then, he says he was given the job of going to Kenya to
help carry out the Nairobi bombing. Is he lying? Is he telling the truth?

Bin Laden: As I have stated before, it is our job to instigate (unintelligible). By the Grace of
God, we did that, and certain people responded to this instigation. As regards knowing those who
attended the meeting referred to, I would say that the number of the brothers is large, thank God,
and I do not know everyone who is with us in this base or this organization, let alone the
individual Muslims who responded to the call for jihad to liberate the Ancient House (the
Ka’aba) and the lands of Islam.

How would you describe the men arrested in Kenya and Tanzania? How many of them do
you know?

Bin Laden: Praise be to God. What I know is that those who risked their lives to earn the
pleasure of God, Praise and Glory be to him, are the real men , the true personification of the
word men, They managed to rid the Islamic nation of disgrace. We highly respect them and hold
them in the highest esteem, and pray to God, Praise and Glory be to him, to accept them as
martyrs and permit them to intercede on behalf of their kin.

Since the bombings, the U.S. has maintained U.S. forces in Saudi Arabia and recently used
them to help in the renewed air strikes in Iraq. What can the U.S. expect from you now?

Bin Laden: The American forces should expect reactions to their actions, from the Muslim
world. Any thief or criminal or robber who enters the countries of others in order to steal should
expect to be exposed to murder at any time.

For the American forces to expect anything from me personally reflects a very narrow perception
of things. There is a nation which compromises 12,000 million Muslims. This nation is angry.
The latest events have proven the great extent of the anger of Muslim masses all over the Muslim
world. The American forces should expect reactions from the Muslim world which are
proportionate to the injustice these forces inflict.

Can you describe the U.S. air strikes on your camps (in Afghanistan, shortly after the
embassy bombings)? What did it look like there? What was the effect? And then there
were rumors that you were hurt and that you are sick now. Do you have a problem like
cancer?

Bin Laden: Praise be to God for good health, and the blessing of Islam. As for the American
bombardment, it has only shown that the world is governed by the law of the jungle.

Before the investigations in the Nairobi explosion, and even on the same day when the person in
charge of the investigation team traveled to Nairobi to complete the investigation, an Islamic
country, namely Afghanistan, was bombarded without any justification. That brutal, treacherous
attack killed a number of civilian Muslims in the province of Bachtiary.
Some of our camps suffered minor damage. You personally have visited the camp and know
that. Seven of our brothers were killed. These include three from Yemen, namely brother Bashir
Al-Awady, brother Abu-jihad and brother Abdallah Zarif, and two from Egypt namely brother
Siddik and brother Hamdi and a brother from Al-Madina Al-Munawwarah, namely Zeid bin
Abdel Karim Salah Musaddakani, and another brother from Turkey.

We pray to God, Praise and Glory be to him, to accept them as martyrs. A similar number of our
Pakistani brothers were also killed. Some 20-something Afghans were killed. These were living
in nearby towns and villages. May God accept all of them as martyrs. As for the material
damage, it was minimal. By the Grace of God, the missiles were ineffective. The raid has also
proven that the American army is going down hill in its morale. Its members are too cowardly
and too fearful to meet the young people of Islam face to face.

After the missile attack on your camp, you sent word to me, “The war has just begun.
America should await the answer.” Since then, the U.S. has been able to prevent several
attacks on U.S. embassies. What will be next?

Bin Laden: As I said before, for each action, there is a reaction. Thanks to our understanding of
the Muslim nation, and our contacts with Muslim masses, we feel how angry they are at the
bombardment. This anger was reflected in what took place, in the aftermath of the bombardment,
all over the Islamic world.

We feel that there are strong and wide reactions. We are confident in the abilities of this Nation
of Muhammad. We pray to God, Praise and Glory be to him, to help Muslims expel the
Americans and Jews from Islamic countries.

Who are these men? Most of them said they were in your camps and inspired by your
messages. Some of them said they were acting directly on your behalf. Wadih el-Hage said
he was once your personal assistant.

Number one, is who is Wadih el-Hage, who says he was once your personal aide? Number
two is Fasil Abdul lom Harrid (phonetic) also known as Haroun Fasid? Number three is
Mohamad Sadique Odeh, who told authorities that he was part of your group and was a
key player in the Kenya bombing. Number four is Muhamad Rashid Al-Owhali , was says
he was at your press conference on the fatwa and that he (intelligible) shortly to help with
the Kenya bombing. Number five is Mamoul Saleed, who was captured in Germany. The
police say he was a close associate of yours. And was he in Germany to organize an attack
on the embassy?

Bin Laden: As for brother Wadih el-Hage, he is one of our brothers whom God, Praise and Glory
be to him, was kind enough to steer them to the path of participating in relief work for Afghan
refugees and in providing support for Muslims in Afghanistan. We pray to God, Praise and Glory
be to him, to accept his good deeds. I still remember him, though I have not seen him or heard
from him for many years.
He had nothing to do with the allegations attributed to him by the United States of America. As
for Mr. Muhamad Rashid Al-Owhali we were informed that he is a Saudi from the province of
Wajd. In your question, you said he was among those who attended my press conference. And I
have already told you that I can not possibly know every one who attended that conference.

Mr. Mamdouh Fahim is a righteous Sheik, who memorizes the holy Koran and God has endowed
him with a melodious voice which stirs people’s feelings when he recites from the Koran. He
was our Imam in Peshawar. He had worked for a long time with Islamic relief organizations
operating from Pakistan. We had a good relationship with him during that phase. He was never a
member of any jihad organization. He is not a member of the base. The fact of the matter is that
America, and in particular the C.I.A., wanted to cover up their failure, in the aftermath of the big
events that took place in Riyadh, Khobar, Nairobi, Tanzania, Capetown, Campala, and other
places, God willing, in the future.

They wanted to cover-up their failure by arresting any person who had participated, at any point
in the past, in the Islamic jihad in Afghanistan. He is innocent, He has nothing to do with
anything. We pray to God, Praise and Glory be to him, to end their plight, and we are confident
that they will be exonerated.

And, also, this is the next question, there have been no direct attacks on western troops in
Saudi Arabia although you (unintelligible) the Saudi people which forced them to pull out
from the kingdom.

Bin Laden: As regards the contacts with the Saudi government, I would like to state that the
Saudi government initiated contacts during the last period in the Sudan. They sent several
delegations to enter into negotiations aimed at convincing me to keep silent on the unjust
American occupation of the land of the two mosques. (Saudi Arabia is home to mosques
considered the holiest in the Islamic religion.)

By the grace of God, Praise and Glory be to him, we were able to reject these attempts. As for
Prince Turki bin Faisal, director of the Saudi Intelligence Service, he came to Kandahar several
times and met with the Commander of the Believers, Mullah Muhammed Omar. He asked him to
surrender us to him or to expel us from Afghanistan.

The visits and the requests were met by great surprise, specially when Prince Turki came to
Afghanistan, in the aftermath of the explosions in Nairobi and Dar-es-Salam. Even if there was a
relationship between myself and those who carried out the explosions, it is now of the business
of the Saudi regime to come and ask for handing over Osama bin Laden, who was stripped of his
(Saudi) identification card which is his right by birth, and whose assets were frozen, and who
was forced to sever all relations with his kin.

This was met be great surprise on the part of the Taliban state (Afghanistan). They had expected
that the American government would be the one to come back to them after the failure of the last
visit by (U.S. envoy) Mr. Richardson, who was rebuffed by the Taliban, may God give them the
rewards they deserve. Price Turki also returned empty handed. It was as if he came as an envoy
of the American government.
'Muslims Have Joined'

I would also like to add that our work targets world infidels in the first place. Our enemy is the
crusader alliance led by America, Britain and Israel. It is a crusader-Jewish alliance. However,
some regimes in the Arab and Muslim worlds have joined that alliance, preventing us Muslims
from defending the holy Ka’Aba. Our hostility is in the first place, and to the greatest extent,
leveled against these world infidels, and by necessity the regimes which have turned themselves
into tools for this occupation of the greatest House in the Universe and the first House of
Worship appointed for men.

Has the latest attack on Iraq proved the contention that they are the enemies of Islam and
Muslims. Don’t you think that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein also has a role in inflicting
suffering and misery on Iraqi people?

And I will add to this question: Where is it that the people in the Muslim and Islamic
countries are demonstrating against the U.S. and British attack on Iraq, but the
governments of the same Islamic countries are either neutral or less critical on the attack
on Iraq?

Bin Laden: There is no doubt that the treacherous attack perpetrated a few days ago against the
Muslim people of Iraq by the United States and Britain has confirmed several things, the most
important of which is that Britain and America are acting on behalf of Israel and the Jews, to
strike at any power in the Islamic world, with a view to paving the way for the Jews to divide the
Muslim world once again and enslave it and boost the rest of its wealth.

As is known, a great part of the force that carried out the attack came from certain Gulf
countries, which underlined the fact that these countries have lost their sovereignty. Now,
infidels walk everywhere on the land where Muhammed, God’s Peace and blessing be upon him,
was born, and where the Koran was revealed to him through Gabriel, peace be upon him. This
happens while our scholars and Ulemas, who are the heirs of prophets, are in jail.

These Ulemas are jailed while infidels, be they Jews or Christians, are free to go wherever they
want in these countries. The situation is very serious. From here, I call on all Muslims to make it
possible for a number of good scholars, merchants and notables, intellectuals and heads of tribes
to form a leadership for resisting this crusader-Jewish invasion. The rulers have become
powerless.

The price would be paid by Muslims and the peoples of that region. Many of these rulers could
face the fate of the Shah of Iran, who was forced to leave with his family and go to Egypt. The
people are the ones who will pay the price. Unless the good and righteous people come forward
to defend God, Ka’aba and God’s religion as they defend themselves and Muslim women,
everything will perish, be it religious or secular. But, by the Grace of God victory will be the lot
of Muslim peoples, as of the regimes, it has been proven beyond any doubt that they are useless
and don’t care for anybody. Under these circumstances, Muslims should carry out their
obligations, since the rulers of the region have accepted the invasion of their countries. But these
countries belong to Islam and not to those rulers. May God exact his revenge against all of them.
Since first launching the Islamic front against the U.S. and Israel, has there been any
formal meeting of the front and is it possible for you to keep in touch with the people and
how many Islamic groups are joining this front?

And in addition, I will ask that besides your fight against Israel and the U.S., does your
front also believe in fighting and overthrowing the pro-western governments in the Islamic
countries?


Bin Laden: Praise be to God. By the Grace of God, Praise and Glory be to him, this front has
been established as the first step to pool together the energies and concentrate efforts against the
infidels represented in the Jewish-crusader alliance, thus replacing splinter and subsidiary fronts.

Many gains have been achieved. We pray to God, Praise and Glory be to him, to bless these
gains and augment them. This front meets from time to time, as necessary, in emergency
meetings, in addition to its regular meetings. I cannot give you more details for reasons of
necessity. The main focus of the front, as its name indicates, is the Jews and crusaders because
they are the biggest enemy. The main effort, at this phase, must target the Jews and the
crusaders.

The U.S. government says it is trying to stop the flow of funds to your organization. Has it
been able to do so and can it do so?

Bin Laden: The United States of America knows that I have attacked it, by the Grace of God, for
more than ten years now. The Americans have pressured certain countries in the region, causing
us some embarrassment and some difficulties. These included the freezing of assets and driving
me out of some of these lands.

The United States alleges that I am fully responsible for the killing of its soldiers in Somalia.
God knows that we have been pleased at the killing of the American soldiers in Somalia. This
was achieved by the Grace of God and the efforts of the Mujahadeen from among the Somali
bothers and other Arab Mujahadeen who have been in Afghanistan before that.

Though these events took place several years ago, and America has been trying ever since to
tighten its economic blockade against us, and to arrest me personally, it has failed in achieving
its objective. As for being driven from one land to another, this is the nature of war. You win
some and you lose some. By the Grace of God, Praise and Glory be to him, Muslims were able to
defeat and force them out of Somalia, as they expelled them before, from Aden. This blockade
and this tightening doesn’t hurt us much. We expect to be rewarded by God, Praise and Glory to
him.

You have become your own model for Muslims and, in Pakistan, a number of couples have
named their sons Osama. Does this make you happy? Do you think that your Islamic
message is having an impact and, secondly, it is said that developments like the recent U.S.-
British air strikes on Iraq will create many more Osamas and already, it is said, that
Osama is not the name of a person but a movement. Please comment.
Bin Laden: Praise be to God. There is no doubt that we have been pleased and heartened by the
wide-spread Islamic response across the whole Muslim world, and in particular, on the part of
the people of Pakistan. They have been very effective in their movement and that was by the
Grace of God.

As regards your reference to parents naming their sons after me, I would like to tell you that I
was named after one of the venerable companions of the prophet, namely Osama bin-Zeid, may
God be pleased with him and with them. He was someone whom the prophet, God’s peace and
blessings be upon him, has loved and has loved his father before him.

When people call their children Osama , we consider that they do that after the venerable
companion of the Prophet, God’s peace and blessings be upon him. It is also an indication of the
response of Muslims and their support of the jihad against the Americans in order to liberate
Islam’s holy places.

In answer to the second part of the question I would tell you that the winds of change have blown
in order to lift the injustice to which the world is subjected by America and its supporters and the
Jews, and those who are collaborating with them. Look at what is happening these days in
Jakarta, in Indonesia, where Suharto, a despot who ruled for over thirty years, was overthrown.
He was an oppressor who inflicted injustice and robbed the nation. During his reign the media
glorified him, depicting him as the best president.

The media in the Arab countries, regrettably, is doing the same these days. But things will
change. The time will come, sooner than later, by the Grace of God, when criminal despots who
betrayed God and his prophet, God’s peace and blessings upon him, and betrayed their trust and
their nation, will face the same fate and be subjected to questioning in order to restore right so
that everybody may get their dues.

A number of people in the Muslim countries like you, but they have reservations and
objections in your use of force to achieve your Islamic objectives. Please comment.

Bin Laden: Praise be to God. We should fully understand our religion. The good is that which
the religion considers good and the ugly is that which is considered ugly by the religion. When
God, Praise and Glory be to him, ordered us to carry out jihad and ordered us to kill and to fight,
he said in his holy Koran “ fight them, and God will punish them by your hands, cover them with
shame, help you (to victory) over them, and heal the hearts of the believers.”

Fighting is a part of our religion and our Shari’a. Those who love God and his prophet and this
religion may not deny a part of that religion. This is a very serious matter. Whoever denies even
a very minor tenet of religion would have committed the gravest sin in Islam. Such persons must
renew their faith and rededicate themselves to their religion.

Jihad is part of our religion and no Muslim may say that he does not want to do jihad in the cause
of God, Praise and Glory be to him. These are the tenets of our religion and we ask, “Is there
another way to repel the infidels?” God almighty has said in his holy book “Then, fight in God’s
cause—Thou art held responsible only for thyself—and rouse the believers. It may be that God
will restrain the fury of the non-believers; for God is the strongest in might and in punishment.”

Pushing back the assault of the non-believers can only be achieved through jihad. Those who
sympathize with the infidels, such as the PLO in Palestine, or the so-called Palestinian Authority,
have been trying for tens of years to get back some of their rights, and they laid down their arms
and abandoned what is called “violence” these days and ran after peaceful bargaining, but what
did the Jews give them? They did not give them even 1% of their rights. Even the Gaza Airport
and the so-called Palestinian Authority are under the mercy of their guns and under the control of
the Jewish security forces. This shows that the right path is that which God has ordained. God,
Praise and Glory be to him, has prohibited the killing of women and children unless the women
are active fighters.

You have been labeled as “Public Enemy number 1” by the U.S. government. Do you
deserve this label? And, secondly, how can a person who is on the run and who is being
pursued come to attack the world’s only “Superpower”?

Bin Laden: Hostility towards America is a religious duty and we hope to be rewarded for its by
God, Praise and Glory be to him. Praise be to God for guiding us to do jihad in his cause. To call
us enemy number one or number two doesn’t hurt us. What we do care for is to please God,
Praise and Glory be to him, by doing jihad in his cause and by liberating Islam’s holy places
from those wretched cowards.

‘End of the Superpower’

America will be mistaken if it thought that Osama bin Laden can fight such a great country. But
Osama bin Laden is confident that, by the Grace of God, Praise and Glory be to Him, the Islamic
nation will carry out this duty. I have been here for a few years and I have not left Afghanistan.
But I am confident that Muslims and this nation of 12,000 million Muslims, will, God willing, be
able by counting on the help of God to end the legend of the so-called superpower that is
America.

You (unintelligible) from issuing statements by the Taliban and Mullah Mohammed Omar
said that there cannot exist two (unintelligible) in Afghanistan. Were you unhappy, were
you offended by this order by Taliban and, secondly, will you abide by it in the future?

Bin Laden: The emir of the faithful, Mullah Mohammed Omar, managed, by the Grace of God,
to save Islamic jihad in Afghanistan after great sacrifices by the Muslim people. At one point,
Afghanistan was divided into fine mini-states; a mini-state in the east consisting of some
provinces, headed by Kadir, and a mini-state in the west comprised of three or four provinces,
under the leadership of Muhammad Ismail Khan, a mini-state in the north consisting of three or
four provinces, headed by Dostum, the communist who was supported by the Russians, during
the days of jihad and also in recent times, a mini-state in the middle headed by Najib, the former
communist President who had as partners Ahmad Shah Masoud and his collaborators, and mini-
state in the south, which comprised the province of Kandahar and d few neighboring provinces
and was headed by Mullah Muhammad Omar.
America managed, through its agents and especially some Arab countries and Pakistan, to
perpetuate the division of the strongest Islamic people in this region, a people that was able to
turn the Soviet Union into a myth. Some of these mini-states had mini-states with them
controlled by some people who succumbed to the temptation of Satan and engaged in highway
robbery and bandiding using light and heavy weapons.

Then God bestowed his favors on Muslims guiding them to the application of Shari’a, which was
a sign from God Almighty. Bandits and highway robbers fled. These great achievements were,
by the Grace of God, the result of an internal pull and not the result of pressure from abroad, as
the media has been trying to portray, suggesting that the Taliban are American or Pakistani
agents. Recent events witnessed by all show that the Islamic Party led by Hekmatyar has been
the strongest party in Afghanistan throughout the period of jihad in numbers, military hardware
and in terms of organization and planning.

It used to receive direct assistance from Pakistan. This force stayed at the outskirts of Kabul for
four years and was unable to gain an inch. How then, can your students, with little experience,
some of whom have only engaged in battles when the Commander of the faithful raised the
banner of jihad; how can such people sweep the big provinces, including the Kabul province, in a
week’s time?

They managed to take over the provinces of Minbarhar, Laghban, Konar and Kabul within one
week. It was a victory granted by God, Praise and Glory be to him. As I said before, this was
assisted by an internal pull. Many a tribe that had suffered from the injustices inflicted by the
bandits and former parties would send their students to ask the Taliban leadership to come and
take over the provinces of such tribes.

The Taliban state has been subjected to great pressured by Russia and its agents, with the support
of the communists and by America, through its agents in the Arab region and Pakistan, in order
to silence me. This bargaining has been going on for a long time. It dates back to the time when I
was in my homeland and when I was in the Sudan. This American pressure kept following me
until I reached Afghanistan. The Commander of the faithful is the only legitimate ruler of the
state of Afghanistan, where God, Praise and Glory be to him, has guided the steps of Muslims so
that an Islamic country can be ruled by God’s Shari’a for the first time in tens of years.

The people of Afghanistan now enjoy the security which they thought they would not see for
tens of years to come. He ordered us not to use the territory of Afghanistan against anybody else.
We pray to God, Praise and Glory be to him, to provide us and the Commander of the faithful
with (unintelligible) and a way out, so that at one point, God Almighty will enable us to do our
duty in support of this religion with all our abilities.

However, despite the circumstances surrounding us, we, by the Grace of God, shall continue to
instigate the Nation. We are confident that the Nation will do its duty against America and its
supporters. Of course those who produce oil and the big powers can haggle over the Muslims’
religion. But, by the Grace of God, the Taliban State and the Commander of the faithful were
granted courage by God Almighty, that enabled them to resist all these pressures, and turn back
all these delegations, notwithstanding their bargaining aimed at expelling us or handing us over,
and we thank God for that. May God, Praise and Glory be to him, keep our feet and those of the
Taliban firm and strong. They have taken these principled positions which are dictated by this
great faith. Theirs are not political stances as the others depict.

Praise by to God. It is no secret that the Muslim world is being subjected these day to a ferocious
crusader-Jewish offensive. If we look at the Muslim world, we will find out that pressures are
being exercised against Pakistan. These are economic pressures in the first place. This of course
is due to the fact that Pakistan now possesses nuclear weapons.

As is known, Osama bin Laden is not in Pakistan. If we look at Afghanistan, we will find out that
it has been subjected to pressures even before the arrival of Osama bin Laden. Afghanistan was
pressured because it has raised the banner of “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammed is the
prophet of Allah.”

Should you look at the other parts of the map, you will see Iran for example. Iran has been under
pressure for 20 years now, because it left the American orbit, and stopped following American
orders as was the case under the Shah. Look at Iraq. At one point it was given support to attack
Iran when it got away from American hegemony. But when Iraq managed to acquire some
strength, it is now being heavily bombarded. The people of Iraq are being crushed, while the
media tries to draw attention to some aspects of the conduct of Sadam Hussein, although a few
thousand Iraqi Muslims die everyday.

Look at Syria. It has been placed on the black list for several years because it supports some
Palestinian Mujahadeen who resist the Jews in Palestine. Take Lebanon. It also is occupied by
this crusader-Jewish alliance. Today, news reports spoke of the killing of a mother and six of her
children yesterday in an Israeli attack against civilians, including women and children. Of course
the media doesn’t criticize such actions. If such an act was carried out by a Muslim young man,
by mistake, the media would be defaming Muslims for a whole month. Take Palestine. It is
totally occupied. Jordan has American bases and American planes occupying it.

Egypt also has a number of American bases. The six Gulf States are all occupied by American
bases. In the case of Sudan, Osama bin Laden left the Sudan three or four years ago. But up until
now, pressures are being exercised and attempts being made to overthrow the government
because it has raised the banner of the call for the application of Shari’a, although it has not
completed the required steps for the application of Shari’a.

Plots continue and countless Muslims are being killed in the Sudan and in the south of Sudan.
What happened in Somalia was a blatant invasion under the eyes of the whole world. Somalia
was occupied for crusader-colonialist purposes. In Libya, a whole people have been starved for
years, based on accusations which are, on the whole, baseless and false. This is also an
aggression against Muslims.

That is how America treats the Muslim world. It is not true that Afghanistan is being pressured
because of the presence of Osama bin Laden. The whole Islamic world is being pressured. There
is a design aimed at redividing the Muslim world, similar to what happened in Afghanistan when
it was divided into five mini-states.
‘Plan’ to Divide Islamic World

These days, there is also a plan to divide Iraq into three—one in the north for Muslim kurds, a
state in the middle, and a third in the south. The same applies to the land of the two mosques
(Saudi Arabia) where there is a plan to divide it into a state for the two mosques, another state for
oil in the eastern region, and a state in the middle. This would make the people of the two
mosques always busy trying to earn a living, and would leave a few people in the oil region who
can be easily controlled. This is a world design and Muslims should not focus on side effects.
They should unify their ranks to be able to resist this occupation.

Praise be to God. Only God provides sustenance. Muslims believe that a lifetime is pre-
determined and nobody can change it or push it forward or backward. Sustenance is also pre-
determined. Nothing can increase it or decrease it. Sustenance is ordained when a person is still
in the womb. Man should seek sustenance only from God, Praise and Glory be to him, and God
has ordered us to ask him for our sustenance.

But to count of these non-believers, who steal the wealth of Muslims then give back some
crumbs to certain Islamic states or mini-states reflects a flawed understanding of their duties.
Look at Bangladesh for example. It is classified as one of the poorest countries in the world, and
Osama bin Laden doesn’t live there. It is only God who provides food against hunger and
security against fear. If people truly worshipped God, he will provide them with sustenance.
God, Praise and Glory be to him, said in his holy Book “And in heaven is your Sustenance, as
also that which ye one promised.”

He also said “Let them worship the Lord of the House, who provides them with food against
hunger, and with security against fear.”

People should worship God, Praise and Glory be to him, and pray to him, then work hard and
seek sustenance anywhere on earth as they were ordered. As for Pakistan, there are some
governmental departments, which, lay the Grace of God, respond to the Islamic sentiments of the
masses in Pakistan. This is reflected in sympathy and cooperation. However, some other
governmental departments fell into the trap of the infidels who committed aggression against the
Ancient House and the Holy Ka’aba.

We pray to God, Praise and Glory be to him, to return them smoothly to the right path. We also
pray to God, Praise and Glory be to him, to frustrate the evil designs of those who harbor any ill
will towards Islam, and to afflict them with calamities that would make them too busy to think of
hurting Muslims. As for the Taliban, we pray to God to keep their feet firm, and guide them on
the right path. In our opinion, their positions are firm, right and principled. Those are not
political stands or positions taken as a bargaining chip.

16:26:00 Do you have any option if the Taliban asks you to leave Afghanistan? Which
country can accept you and where can you be saved? And, secondly, do you expect any
more attacks on Afghanistan by the U.S. and the western countries in case you keep living
in Afghanistan?
Bin Laden: Praise be to God. Leaving Afghanistan is not something that we foresee. As for
security and peace of mind, we are all the servants of God, Praise and Glory be to him, and he
has prescribed for us killing and fighting.

This is an honor bestowed by God, Praise and Glory be to him, on whoever from among his
servants, he wants to support his religion. On this land and by the Grace of God, Praise and
Glory be to him, I feel the great significance and the great meaning of this blessed migration in
the cause of God, Praise and Glory be to him. We do not expect to be driven out of this land.
God’s earth is large and wide. Whatever God has ordained, he has always in the past given us the
ability to be patient and accept whatever he has ordained for us. A true Muslim should thank God
in Prosperity and be patient in adversity. This is good for him in both cases. When a Muslim
migrates repeatedly he is doubly rewarded. We pray to God, Praise and Glory be to him, to make
our migration, a migration in his cause.

As for the other part of the question, namely if we expect any attacks against Afghanistan, as I
have said before, any attack against Afghanistan does not target an individual. It would not target
the Commander of the faithful, Mullah Muhammed Omar personally, or Osama bin Muhammed
bin Laden personally. But the fact is that Afghanistan, having raised the banner of Islam, and
started to seek to apply the Shari’a of Islam, by the Grace of God, has become a target of the
crusader-Jewish alliance.

‘We Expect More Bombs’

We expect Afghanistan to be bombarded, even though the non-believers would say that they do
that because of the presence of Osama. That is why we together with our brother live on these
mountains, far away from Muslims in villages and towns in order to spare them any harm. As for
us, as I have said, killing and fighting have been prescribed for us, by the Grace of God, who
says in his holy book “fighting is prescribed for you, and ye dislike it. But it is possible that ye
dislike a thing, which is good for you, and that ye love a thing which is bad for you. But God
knoweth and you know not.”

We expect attacks that would target Afghanistan as a Muslim nation, or rather the only state in
this age which started to apply Islam, and all Muslims should support it. It the state of scholars.
All Muslims should focus their efforts, in terms of relief, the call for God’s path, and in terms of
knowledge, in support of this state. Muslims and Muslim merchants, in particular, should give
their zakat and their money in support of this state which is reminiscent of the state of Medina
(Al- Munawwarah), where the followers of Islam embraced the Prophet of God, God’s blessings
and peace be upon him, and that was the beginning of the spread of Islam.

It was reported that you were attacked somewhere in (unintelligible) and that the Taliban
was able to arrest your attackers. Is it true? And, secondly, has there been any attempt on
your life in Afghanistan?

Bin Laden: Praise be to God. An attempt on my life took place when the Saudi regime sent a
number of people, who, though were born in the land of the two mosques (Saudi Arabia), were
deprived of citizenship.The Saudi regime exploited this weakness and offered them large sums of
money in return for trying to assassinate me.

By the Grace of God, Praise and Glory be to him, the Taliban were able to arrest one of them.
His name is Saddik Ahwad. He confessed that Prince Salman bin-Abdel Aziz, the brother of the
current king of the land of the two mosques, has promised to give him citizenship and a million
rials if he was able, together with two other colleagues of his, to assassinate Osama bin-laden.
We were not hurt. For us God suffices and as I said life-time is pre-ordained.

The former (unintelligible) of a mujahedeen group has said that you are enrolled in
activities, and they are also calling for your expulsion from Afghanistan. Is it because you
are really close to the Taliban or because (unintelligible) wants the support of the U.S. and
Western governments?

Bin Laden: As regards former mujahedeen, God, Praise and Glory be to him, has given them the
privilege of raising the banner of jihad against the Soviet Union, which was the strongest power
known to humanity in modern history. This atheist power was crushed. We pray to God, Praise
and Glory be to him, to reward those who carried out jihad during that period. We have been
saddened by the fact that some of those who participated in jihad during that important phase,
have stumbled, were attracted by the lure of authority, and said things that hurt them and hurt the
reputation of Muslims and the mujahedeen. I can only say: for us God suffices, and he is the best
disposer of affairs.

And last question, have you got any message for the Muslims in the world?

Bin Laden: These days, we, as a nation, are being subjected to an unprecedented offensive. We
migrated for one reason: the pleasure of God and to defend the religion of God, Praise and Glory
be to him, and to liberate holy Ka’aba, to liberate the Ancient House, from the crusaders, and to
liberate Al-Aksa Mosque and Palestine from the Jews.

This Ancient House is the center of attraction of people on this earth, physically and
intellectually. Our life on this planet would be meaningless, if we do not worship the God of the
Ancient House. God, Praise and Glory be to him, will not accept our prayers unless we are facing
the Ka’aba. God, Praise and Glory be to him, attributed this holy Ka’aba, this Ancient House to
himself as a sign of glorification and honor for the holy Ka’aba. Abraham, peace be upon him
said “O our Lord, I have made some of my offspring to dwell in a valley without cultivation, by
thy Sacred House.”

Abraham attributed the Ancient House to God, Praise and Glory be to him. God also identified
himself as the Lord of the Ancient House, when he said “Let them worship the Lord of this
House, who provides them with food against hunger, and with security against fear.”

These verses show the extent of the greatness of that House, in the eyes of God, Praise and Glory
be to him. It was the first house of worship appointed for man. God, Praise and Glory be to him,
ordained that prayers cannot be accepted unless we face the holy Ka’aba. Also, the fifth pillar of
Islam, namely hajj (pilgrimage) has (unintelligible) compassing the Ka’aba as an essential rite.
Since our Prophet, Muhammad, God’s peace and blessings he open him, was sent with his
message, the holy Ka’aba was never occupied. This shame and dishonor has only afflicted
people of this time.

If we were not to defend God’s Ka’aba and God’s Ancient House, how and for what else are we
to do anything to please our God, Praise and Glory be to him. God almighty has told us in his
holy book what happened to the Christians, who came from Ethiopia in an attempt to damage the
Ancient House. Abraham came, together with 60,000 Ethiopian Christians for this purpose. God
revealed a short, but great Surah in which God, Praise and Glory be to him, shows his love for
that Ancient House. God, Praise and Glory be to him, said in his holy book “Seest thou not how
thy Lord dealt with the companions of the Elephant? Did He not make their treacherous plan go
astray? And He sent against them flights of birds striking them with stones of baked clay Then
did He make them like an empty field of stalks and straw of which the corn has been eaten up.”

Whoever wants to harm this Ancient House, and whoever wants to let down this Ancient House,
their designs will go astray, as God, Praise and Glory be to him, has indicated. I would tell the
Muslims to get rid of illusions, read and understand the Book of God, Praise and Glory be to
him. They should also read the interpretations of this great Koran as contained, for example in
the abridged interpretation of Ibn Katheu, may God bless his soul and that of Muhammad El-
Raedy.

May God bless their souls. Muslims should consider with care the verses on loyalty, faith and
jihad. They should sever any relations with the Jews and the Christians. That is of God, Praise
and Glory be to him, in his holy Koran. God almighty says “Ye who believe, take not the Jews
and the Christians for your friends and protectors; They are but friends and protectors to each
other. And he amongst you that turns to them for friendship is of them, verily God guideth not a
people unjust” and “Those in whose hearts is a disease thou seest how eagerly they run about
amongst them saying, ‘We do fear lest a change of fortune bring us disaster.’ Ah, perhaps God
will give (Thee) victory, or a decision according to his will. Then will they repent of the thoughts
which they secretly harbored in their hearts.”

This text shows that whoever befriends Jews and Christians becomes like them, and becomes
one of them in their religion and in their infidelity. God, Praise and Glory be to him, indicated in
many verses that whoever befriends the infidels becomes one of them. God, Praise and Glory be
to him “To the hypocrites give the glad tidings that there is for them but a gracious penalty.”

“Yea, to those who take for friends unbelievers, rather than believers; Is it honor they seek
among them? All honor is with God.” That is why I advise Muslims not to count on present
regimes. Instead, they should defend their religion and themselves and the sanctuaries of
Muslims. They should consider with care the orders of God, Praise and Glory be to him, to the
Companions of the prophet, to do jihad and how he blamed them when they slowed down.

He said in his holy book “ye who believe, what is the matter with you that, when you are asked
to go forth in the cause of God, ye cling heavily to the earth? Do you prefer the life of this world
to the hereafter? But little is the comfort of this life, as compared with the hereafter.” And God
also says “when at last the order for fighting was issued to them, behold, a section of them feared
men as much or even more than they should have feared God.”

They said “our Lord, whey has thou ordered us to fight? Wouldn’t thou not grant us respite to
our natural term, near enough.” This is a great calamity that has afflicted people these days. They
say it would be better to delay jihad. Now is not the right time for jihad. God, Praise and Glory
be to him, taught us the answer.

Whatever their reasons, the main reason is their attachment to this life. God says “Say, short is
the enjoyment of this world. The hereafter is the best for thou who do right. Never will ye be
dealt with unjustly in the very least.” The enjoyment of this world is short since God, Praise and
Glory be to him, created earth and until he inherits it. That is why Muslims should take comfort
in expecting the pleasure of God and their rewards in God’s paradise. As the poet says: There is
no good in this life for anyone who will have no place in God’s paradise in the hereafter. For
those who like this life I say enjoyment of life is indeed short and death is near. May God, Praise
and Glory be to him, give us faith and peace of mind, and help us do his orders and avoid his
prohibitions. And God’s peace and blessings be on our prophet Muhammed, and I conclude by
praising God, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the worlds.

Copyright ©1999 ABC News and Starwave Corporation.



Associated Press, 02 January 1999, 19:08 EST. Thanks to Anonymous.

Time Gets Osama bin Laden Admission

By The Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) -- Exiled Saudi billionaire Osama bin Laden appears to admit in a Time
magazine interview that he instigated the terrorist bombing of two U.S. embassies in Africa.

The interview seems to be the closest that bin Laden has come to admitting a role in the deadly
attacks. He has previously denied any role.

Time said the interview was conducted Dec. 22 at bin Laden's secret encampment in
Afghanistan. He was specifically asked if he was responsible for the embassy attacks, and he
couched his response in religious references -- like he did with most questions.

"If the instigation for jihad (holy war) against the Jews and the Americans... is considered a
crime, then let history be a witness that I am a criminal," bin Laden said in the Jan. 11 issue of
Time magazine.

"Our job is to instigate, and by the grace of God, we did that, and certain people responded to
this instigation."
On Dec. 24, a Pakistani news agency had quoted bin Laden as saying he was "not involved: in
the bombing "but I don't regret what happened there."

U.S. officials have indicted bin Laden on charges of masterminding terrorist bomb attacks on
American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania Aug. 7 that killed 224 people, including 12
Americans. He also is suspected in terrorist attacks on U.S. targets in Saudi Arabia and other
incidents.

The United States retaliated 13 days later with cruise missile raids on bin Laden's mountain
hideout in northern Afghanistan, and a plant in Khartoum, Sudan, that was suspected of making
nerve gas components for bin Laden.

Asked if he knew two men in custody in the United States in connection with the bombings, bin
Laden replied: "What I do know is that those who risked their lives to earn the pleasure of God
are real men. They managed to rid the Islamic nation of disgrace."

Bin Laden said he knew one of the two, Wadi el-Hage, but had not seen or heard from him in
several years. He said el-Hage "has nothing to do with the U.S. allegations," and implied that the
second man, Mohamad Rashed-Al'Owhali, also is innocent.

Mohamed Sadeek Odeh and Al-'Owhali are charged with more than 200 counts of murder. El
Hage is accused of lying about his relationship with bin Laden's organization.

Copyright 1999 The Associated Press.




17 December 1998

Source: Fax from the United States Attorney, Southern District of New York.
See related files: http://jya.com/alqfiles.htm

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United States Attorney
Southern District of New York

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE           CONTACT: U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
DECEMBER 16, 1998                        MARVIN SMILON, HERBERT HADAD
                                         PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE
                                         (212) 637-2600

                                            FBI
                                            JOSEPH A. VALIQUETTE
                                            (212) 384-2715
                                            JAMES M. MARGOLIN
                                  (212) 384-2720

                       PRESS RELEASE

         MARY JO WHITE, the United States Attorney for the
southern District of New York, and LEWIS D. SCHILIRO, Assistant
Director in Charge of the New York FBI Office, announced that
MUSTAFA MOHAMMED FADHIL, KHALFAN KHAMIS MOHAMED, AHMED KHALFAN
GHAILANI, FAHID MOHAMMED ALLY MSALAM, and SHEIKH AHMED SALIM SWEDAN
were indicted today in Manhattan federal court for the August 7,
1998 bombing of the United States embassy in Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania, and for conspiring to kill American nationals outside of
the United States.

          The United States Department of State also announced
today a reward of up to $5 million for the arrest and/or conviction
anywhere in the world of FADHIL, MOHAMED, GHAILANI, MSALAM, and
SWEDAN.

          The superseding 238-count Indictment charges five new
defendants -- FADHIL, MOHAMED, GHAILANI, MSALAM, and SWEDAN --
along with co-defendants USAMA BIN LADEN, MUHAMMAD ATEF, WADIH EL

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HAGE, FAZUL ABDULLAH MOHAMED, MOHAMED SADEEK ODEH, and MOHAMED
RASHED DAOUD AL-'OWHALI, with acting together with members of "al
Qaeda," a worldwide terrorist organization led by BIN LADEN, in a
conspiracy to murder United States nationals.

          The objectives of this international terrorist conspiracy
allegedly included: killing members of the American military
stationed in Saudi Arabia and Somalia; killing United States
nationals employed at the United States Embassies in Nairobi,
Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; and concealing the activities
of the co-conspirators by, among other things, establishing front
companies, providing false identity and travel documents, engaging
in coded correspondence and providing false information to the
authorities in various countries.

          As part of their participation in the conspiracy to
murder United States nationals, and to achieve the particular
objective of bombing the American Embassy in Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania, the Indictment charges that the defendants committed
various overt acts including:

          (a) MOHAMED and FADHIL rented a certain residence in Dar
es Salaam in June 1998, where MOHAMED, FADHIL, and MSALAM allegedly
met to make final preparations for the bombing;

          (b) SWEDAN and GHAILANI purchased the truck used to
deliver the bomb, on which SWEDAN arranged to have mechanical and
welding work done;
           (c) MSALAM and GHAILANI purchased oxygen and acetylene

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tanks;

          (d) MOHAMED and MSALAM purchased a Suzuki Samurai, which
allegedly was used by the defendants as a utility vehicle and;

          (e) GHAILANI fled Africa to Pakistan on August 6, l998,
as did MSALAM, who along with co-defendant MOHAMED SADEEK ODEH,
allegedly flew out of Nairobi on a Pakistani Airways flight from
Nairobi to Karachi, Pakistan.

          FADHIL, MOHAMED, GHAILANI, MSALAM and SWEDAN, along with
BIN LADEN, ATEF, ABDULLAH MOHAMED, ODEH, and AL-'OWHALI, are also
charged with bombing the Dar es Salaam embassy and causing the
deaths of at least 11 persons and injuring more than 80 others.
Those ten defendants are also charged with murdering all of the
civilians killed in the Dar es Salaam embassy bombing. The
Indictment names all of the victims of the bombings and each victim
is charged as a separate count of murder in connection with the Dar
es Salaam bombing for a total of 11 counts of murder against
FADHIL, MOHAMED, GHAILANI, MSALAM and SWEDAN, BIN LADEN, ATEF,
ABDULLAH MOHAMMED, ODEH, and AL-'OWHALI.

          The Indictment also charges BIN LADEN, ATEf, ABDULLAH
MOHAMMED, ODEH, and AL-'OWHALI with bombing the American Embassy in
Nairobi, Kenya, which resulted in the deaths of more than 200
persons and injuries to more than 4,500 persons, and the murder of
each of the victims of that attack.

          Ms. WHITE and Mr. SCHILIRO said the investigation of this
case is being conducted by the Joint Terrorist Task Force composed

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of the FBI, the New York City Police Department, the United States
Department of State, the United States Secret Service, the United
States Immigration and Naturalization Service, the Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, the New York State Police and the
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

          Ms. WHITE and Mr. SCHILIRO praised the Government of
Tanzania, as well as the Governments of Kenya and the Comoros
Islands, for their cooperation in this investigation and commended
all of the investigative efforts and cooperation of the agencies
involved in the case. In particular, they praised and thanked the
Tanzanian Police Force for their tireless efforts since the August
7th bombings in working with American law enforcement officials in
the investigation that has led to this indictment. They also said
that the investigation is continuing.

          United States Attorney General Janet Reno stated: "This
indictment shows our continuing commitment to finding those
responsible for these heinous crimes. We will not let up."

          Ms. WHITE stated: "This Indictment underscores the
unrelenting determination our government shares with the Tanzanian
and Kenyan Governments to ensure that all of those who perpetrated
these cowardly acts of mass murder are brought to justice. We are
firmly united with our colleagues in Tanzania and Kenya in the
commitment to vindicating the death of each and every victim of
these senseless and random acts of terrorism by charging,
apprehending, and prosecuting each and every participant in these

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terrorist crimes."

          Mr. SCHILIRO stated: "Once again, the resolve and
determination of the entire law enforcement team to bring to
justice those responsible for the murder of 224 innocent
Americans, Kenyans, and Tanzanians is demonstrated by the effort
which led to the charges announced today. The FBI, and our law
enforcement partners, are committed to identifying, locating and
prosecuting any and all individuals who are involved in these
criminal acts of terror."

          FADHIL, MOHAMED, GHAILANI, MSALAM and SWEDAN, all of whom
are fugitives, face a maximum sentence of life imprisonment without
the possibility of parole, or death.

          Assistant United States Attorneys PATRICK J. FITZGERALD,
KENNETH M. KARAS and MICHAEL J. GARCIA are in charge of the
prosecution.

          The charges contained in the Indictment are merely
accusations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and
until proven guilty.

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27 November 1998
Source: PACER

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PACER SESSION DATE: Friday November 27, 1998 11:00:51 AM EST


Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                             Page 1

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                                  PRIOR

                                                            PRIOR
                       U.S. District Court
  Southern District of New York - Civil Database (Foley Square)

              CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 98-CR-1023-ALL

USA v. Hage, et al                                                          Filed: 09/21/98

Other Dkt # 1:98-m -02166

Case Assigned to:       Judge Leonard B. Sand

WADIH EL HAGE (1)                             Bruce McIntyre
aka                                           [COR LD NTC cja]
"Abdus Sabbur,"                               361 Broadway
     defendant                                Suite 510
                                              New York, NY 10013
                                              (212) 219-3100


Pending Counts:                                     Disposition

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(PERJURY)
(1 - 8)

18:2332(b),(d) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1ss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY (FALSE
STATEMENTS)
(9 - 11)

18:1623 PERJURY BEFORE FEDERAL
GRAND JURIES
(228s - 235s)

18:1623 PERJURY
(228ss - 235ss)

18:1001 FALSE STATEMENTS
(236s - 238s)

18:1001 FALSE STATEMENTS
(236ss - 238ss)




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                     Page 2

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                    PRIOR


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints                                   Disposition

18 U.S.C. 1001: FALSE
STATEMENTS.
[ 1:98-m -2166 ]



========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

FAZUL ABDULLAH MOHAMMED (2)
aka
Harun Fazhl
aka
Fazhl Abdullah
aka
Fazhl Khan
     defendant


Pending Counts:                          Disposition

18:2332(b)(d) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING AT U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2s - 3s)

18:930(c),2 MURDER
(4 - 227)



Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 3

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                PRIOR


18:930(c),2   MURDER
(4s - 227s)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================
Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

MOHAMED SADEEK ODEH (3)
aka
Abu Moath
aka
Noureldine
aka
"Marwan"
aka
Hydar
      defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332(b)(d) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING AT U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2s - 3s)



Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                     Page 4

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                    PRIOR


18:930(c),2 MURDER
(4 - 227)

18:930(c),2   MURDER
(4s - 227s)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE
Complaints:

   NONE


========================

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

MOHAMED RASHED DAOUD AL-
'OWHALI (4)
aka
Khalid Salim Saleh Bin Rashed
aka
"Moath"
aka
Abdul Jabbar Ali Abel-Latif
     defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332(b)(d) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING AT U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.



Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                     Page 5

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                    PRIOR

PROPERTY
(2s - 3s)

18:930(c),2 MURDER
(4 - 227)

18:930(c),2   MURDER
(4s - 227s)
Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                     Page 6

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                    PRIOR

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

USAMA BIN LADEN (5)
aka
Usamah Bin-Muhammad Bin-Ladin
aka
Shaykh Usamah Bin-Ladin
aka
Mujahid Shaykh
aka
Hajj
aka
al Qaqa
aka
the Director
     defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:930(c) MURDER
(4 - 227)
Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


========================




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                     Page 7

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                    PRIOR

Case Assigned to:    Judge Leonard B. Sand

MUHAMMAD ATEF (6)
aka
Abu Hafs
aka
Abu Hafs el Masry
aka
Abu Abu Hafs el Masry el
Khabir
aka
Taysir
aka
Aheikh Taysir Abdullah
     defendant


Pending Counts:                              Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:930(c) MURDER
(4 - 227)


Offense Level (opening): 4
Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


U. S. Attorneys:

  Patrick J. Fitzgerald
  [COR LD NTC]
  Chief, Organized Crime and
  Terrorism
  Mary Jo White, United States
  Attorney



Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 8

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                   PRIOR

  Criminal Division
  One St. Andrew's Plaza
  New York, NY 10007
  USA
  (212) 637-1045




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 9

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                   PRIOR

9/16/98   --       ARREST of Wadih El Hage.
                   [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   1        COMPLAINT as to Wadih El Hage in violation of 18 U.S.C.
                   1001. ( signed by Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV )
                   [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]
                   [Edit date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   2        CJA 23 Financial Affidavit as to Wadih El Hage : ( Signed by
                   Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV )
                   [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]
                   [Edit date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   3        CJA 20 as to Wadih El Hage : Appointment of Attorney Bruce
                McIntyre. ( Signed by Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV
                )
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   4     NOTICE of Appearance for Wadih El Hage by Attorney Bruce
                McIntyre.
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]
                [Edit date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   --    First Appearance as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft appears
                with CJA atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                present for the gov't. Preliminary Examination set for
                10/1/98 for Wadih El Hage ; Detention Hearing set for 2:00
                9/21/98 for Wadih El Hage ; (Mag. Judge Francis, IV).
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/21/98   --    Detention hearing as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft appears
                with CJA atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                present for the gov't. Detention hearing adjourned on
                deft's request until 9/23/98 at 2:30 p.m. Deft to be
                detained until hearing. (Mag. Judge Pitman).
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/21/98   5     INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1-8, 9-11
                (Preliminary Examination cancelled.) (jm)
                [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/23/98   --    Detention hearing as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft present
                w/atty Bruce Mcintyre, AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present.
                Deft detained (Bernikow, MJ). (bh) [Entry date 09/24/98]

9/23/98   6     ORDER OF DETENTION as to Wadih El Hage defendant has ties
                to other countries, risk of flight.( Signed by Magistrate
                Judge Leonard Bernikow ) (bh) [Entry date 09/24/98]




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1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                PRIOR

9/24/98   --    Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft. Hage pres.
                w/atty. Bruce McIntyre. AUSA, Patrick Fitzgerald and Ken
                Karas. Deft. Wadih El Hage (1) enters a plea of not guilty
                to count(s) 1-8, 9-11 before Magistrate Judge Leonard
                Bernikow. Case has been assigned to Judge Sprizzo for all
                purposes. Deft's. bail-status detained. (Magistrate Judge
                Bernikow) (ba) [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/24/98   --    PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage . Court accepts plea. Not
                Guilty: Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1-8, 9-11 (ba)
                [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/24/98   --    CASE assigned to Judge John E. Sprizzo (ba)
                [Entry date 09/29/98]
9/24/98   7     NOTICE of Appearance for Wadih El Hage by Attorney Bruce
                McIntyre. (ba) [Entry date 09/29/98]

10/1/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage held. Dft. present
                with atty. Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present.
                Case reassigned to Judge Sand. Dft. continued
                detained.....Eaton, J. (mb) [Entry date 10/06/98]
                [Edit date 10/06/98]

10/1/98   --    CASE reassigned to Judge Leonard B. Sand. (mb)
                [Entry date 10/07/98]

10/1/98   8     Pursuant to the memorandum of the Case Processing Asst. the
                above entitled action is reassigned to Judge Sand as to
                Wadih El Hage. Copies sent to attorney of record on 10/7/98.
                Documents received on 10/9/98 by Elizabeth Stanton. . (mb)
                [Entry date 10/07/98] [Edit date 10/14/98]

10/7/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage held.   Deft. El Hage
                present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald and
                Ken Karas present. Conference held. Govt' will need a
                month to gather facts as to how much discovery time will be
                needed. Status conference set for 11/10/98 at 9:30 a.m.
                Gov't submit order excluding time thru Nov. 10, 1998. Deft.
                cont'd detained. Gov't will file a S-Ind this day. (rg)
                [Entry date 10/08/98]

10/7/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage set at 9:30 11/10/98
                for Wadih El Hage (rg) [Entry date 10/08/98]

10/7/98   11    (S1) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]




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1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                 PRIOR

10/8/98   9     ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Time is excluded from 10/7/98
                until 11/10/9 pursuant to the Speedy Trial Act and to
                Continue in Interests of Justice ( Signed by Judge Leonard
                B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mb) [Entry date 10/14/98]

10/8/98   --    First Appearance as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali held (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 before Judge Leonard B. Sand.
                Deft. El Hague present w/atty Bruce McIntyre, Esq. Deft.
                Odeh present w/atty Michael Young, Esq. Deft. Al-Owhali
                present w/atty Leonard Joy, Esq. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                and Kenneth Karas present. Interpreter Hassan Moawa
                (Arabic) present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned and pleads
                not guilty on each of counts 1 and 228 thru 238 as charged
                on S Indictment. Deft. Mohamed Odeh is arraigned on S
                Indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2 thru 227
                as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al'Owhali is
                arraigned on S-Ind. and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2
                thru 227 as charged. All defts remain detained. Govt'
                submit order excluding time thru 11/10/98. Further status
                conference on 11/10/98 at 9:30. (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg)
                [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali set at 9:30 11/10/98 for
                Wadih El Hage, for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, for Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/9/98   10    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Time excluded from 10/7/98
                until 11/10/98 to Continue in Interests of Justice (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 10/14/98]

10/10/98 15     LETTER filed as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali From
                Leonard F. Joy, Dated 11/6/98, Addressed to: Patrick
                Fitzgerald,AUSA Re: Discovery Issues (mb)
                [Entry date 11/16/98]




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1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                 PRIOR

11/4/98   13    (S2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Usama Bin
                Laden (5) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Muhammad Atef (6)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/4/98   16     Arrest WARRANT issued as to Usama Bin Laden (mb)
                [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/4/98   17    ARREST WARRANT issued as to Muhammad Atef (mr)
                [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/4/98   19     Arrest WARRANT issued as to Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (rg)
                [Entry date 11/19/98]

11/9/98   12    LETTER filed by USA, Dated 11/5/98, Addressed to: Hon.
                Leonard B. Sand Re: Status Update For The Court In Advance
                Of The Conference On Next Tuesday, November 10, 1998 At
                9:30am. (rag) [Entry date 11/09/98]

11/10/98 --     Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s before Judge
                Leonard B. Sand. Conference and arraignments held. Deft.
                El Hage present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. Deft. Odeh present
                w/atty Michael A. Young. Deft. Al-Owhali present w/atty
                Leonard Joy. AUSA Patirck Fitzgerald present. AUSA Ken
                Kara present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned on S(2)
                indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and counts 228
                thur 238 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Sadeek Odeh is arraigned
                on S(2) indictment 98-1023 and pleads not guilty on counts
                1 thru 227 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali
                is arraigned on S(2) Ind. 98 cr 1023 and pleads not guilty
                on counts 1 thru 227 as charged. Conference held. First
                wave of discovery to be completed by early Feb. 99. Hearing
                to be held on 11/16/98 at 3 p.m. on prison conditions at
                MCC and on Government's right to make an application for
                protective order under R-16(d). Further conference 1/14/99
                at 10 a.m. Govt. submit order excluding time thru 1/14/99.
                All (3) defts' cont'd remanded. Interpreter Fouad Kheir
                (Arabic) present. (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/10/98 --     PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s,
                4s-227s (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am              Page 13

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1:98cr1023-ALLUSA v. Hage, et al                                PRIOR

11/10/98 14     LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef   From Michael A. Young, Dated
                11/5/98, Addressed to: Mr. Fitzgerald Re: objecting to
                the Special Administration Measures which were issued
                regarding our clients on or about 10/22/98. (mr)
                [Entry date 11/13/98]
11/16/98 --           Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                      Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. Defendant El Hage
                      present with attorney Bruce McIntyre. Defendant Odeh
                      present with attorney Michael A. Young. Defendant
                      Al-'Owhali present with attorny Leonard Joy and David I.
                      Bruck. Hearing begun on conditions of confinement at MCC
                      and proposed protective order, and adjourned to 11/17/98.
                      Also present Dominique Raia, attorney for MCC, and Warden
                      Dennis Hasty. (mr) [Entry date 11/20/98]

11/17/98 --           Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                      Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. No defendants
                      present. Bruce McIntyre present for defendant El Hage.
                      Leonard Joy and Davd Bruck present for defendant
                      Al-'Owhali. Michael Young, Esq present for defendant Oden.
                      AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present. Count concludes that it is
                      satisfied that conditions at 10-south (at MCC) are not
                      worse that conditions at 9-south and in some respects more
                      comfortable. Measures are reasonably based on security
                      needs and needs of the institution. Government submits
                      amended order revising S.A.M. conditions. (mr)
                      [Entry date 11/20/98]

11/18/98 18           TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                      Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                      Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                      for dates of 9/23/98. (mr) [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/19/98 20           SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                      Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                      Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef (da)
                      [Entry date 11/20/98]

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1:98cr1023-5 USA v. Hage, et al                                       PRIOR
                                                            PRIOR
                       U.S. District Court
  Southern District of New York - Civil Database (Foley Square)

              CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 98-CR-1023-5

USA v. Hage, et al                                                Filed: 09/21/98
Case Assigned to: Judge Leonard B. Sand

USAMA BIN LADEN
aka
Usamah Bin-Muhammad Bin-Ladin
aka
Shaykh Usamah Bin-Ladin
aka
Mujahid Shaykh
aka
Hajj
aka
al Qaqa
aka
the Director
     defendant


Pending Counts:                           Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:930(c) MURDER
(4 - 227)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                   Page 2
Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-5 USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR


U. S. Attorneys:

  Patrick J. Fitzgerald
  [COR LD NTC]
  Chief, Organized Crime and
  Terrorism
  Mary Jo White, United States
  Attorney
  Criminal Division
  One St. Andrew's Plaza
  New York, NY 10007
  USA
  (212) 637-1045




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 3

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1:98cr1023-5 USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR

9/24/98   --       CASE assigned to Judge John E. Sprizzo (ba)
                   [Entry date 09/29/98]

10/1/98   --       CASE reassigned to Judge Leonard B. Sand. (mb)
                   [Entry date 10/07/98]

11/4/98   13       (S2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                   count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Fazul Abdullah
                   Mohammed (2) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Sadeek
                   Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                   Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Usama Bin
                   Laden (5) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Muhammad Atef (6)
                   count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/4/98   16        Arrest WARRANT issued as to Usama Bin Laden (mb)
                   [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/10/98 14        LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                   Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                   Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef   From Michael A. Young, Dated
                   11/5/98, Addressed to: Mr. Fitzgerald Re: objecting to
                   the Special Administration Measures which were issued
                   regarding our clients on or about 10/22/98. (mr)
                   [Entry date 11/13/98]

11/18/98 18        TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                   Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                   Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                   for dates of 9/23/98. (mr) [Entry date 11/18/98]
11/19/98 20           SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                      Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                      Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef (da)
                      [Entry date 11/20/98]

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1:98cr1023-1 USA v. Hage, et al                                                 PRIOR

                                                            PRIOR
                       U.S. District Court
  Southern District of New York - Civil Database (Foley Square)

               CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 98-CR-1023-1

USA v. Hage, et al                                                        Filed: 09/21/98
Case Assigned to: Judge Leonard B. Sand

Other Dkt # 1:98-m -02166

WADIH EL HAGE                               Bruce McIntyre
aka                                         [COR LD NTC cja]
"Abdus Sabbur,"                             361 Broadway
     defendant                              Suite 510
                                            New York, NY 10013
                                            (212) 219-3100


Pending Counts:                                   Disposition

18:1623.F FALSE DECLARATIONS
BEFORE GRAND JURY/COURT
(PERJURY)
(1 - 8)

18:2332(b),(d) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)
18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1ss)

18:1001.F STATEMENTS OR
ENTRIES GENERALLY (FALSE
STATEMENTS)
(9 - 11)

18:1623 PERJURY BEFORE FEDERAL
GRAND JURIES
(228s - 235s)

18:1623 PERJURY
(228ss - 235ss)

18:1001 FALSE STATEMENTS
(236s - 238s)

18:1001 FALSE STATEMENTS
(236ss - 238ss)




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 2

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1:98cr1023-1 USA v. Hage, et al                                 PRIOR

Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints                               Disposition

18 U.S.C. 1001: FALSE
STATEMENTS.
[ 1:98-m -2166 ]



U. S. Attorneys:

  Patrick J. Fitzgerald
  [COR LD NTC]
  Chief, Organized Crime and
  Terrorism
  Mary Jo White, United States
  Attorney
  Criminal Division
  One St. Andrew's Plaza
  New York, NY 10007
  USA
  (212) 637-1045




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am              Page 3

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1:98cr1023-1 USA v. Hage, et al                                 PRIOR

9/16/98   --    ARREST of Wadih El Hage.
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   1     COMPLAINT as to Wadih El Hage in violation of 18 U.S.C.
                1001. ( signed by Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV )
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]
                [Edit date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   2     CJA 23 Financial Affidavit as to Wadih El Hage : ( Signed by
                Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV )
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]
                [Edit date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   3     CJA 20 as to Wadih El Hage : Appointment of Attorney Bruce
                McIntyre. ( Signed by Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV
                )
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   4     NOTICE of Appearance for Wadih El Hage by Attorney Bruce
                McIntyre.
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]
                [Edit date 09/22/98]

9/17/98   --    First Appearance as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft appears
                with CJA atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                present for the gov't. Preliminary Examination set for
                10/1/98 for Wadih El Hage ; Detention Hearing set for 2:00
                9/21/98 for Wadih El Hage ; (Mag. Judge Francis, IV).
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/21/98   --    Detention hearing as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft appears
                with CJA atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                present for the gov't. Detention hearing adjourned on
                deft's request until 9/23/98 at 2:30 p.m. Deft to be
                detained until hearing. (Mag. Judge Pitman).
                [ 1:98-m -2166 ] (gq) [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/21/98   5     INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1-8, 9-11
                (Preliminary Examination cancelled.) (jm)
                [Entry date 09/22/98]

9/23/98   --    Detention hearing as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft present
                w/atty Bruce Mcintyre, AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present.
                Deft detained (Bernikow, MJ). (bh) [Entry date 09/24/98]

9/23/98   6     ORDER OF DETENTION as to Wadih El Hage defendant has ties
                to other countries, risk of flight.( Signed by Magistrate
                Judge Leonard Bernikow ) (bh) [Entry date 09/24/98]




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am              Page 4

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1:98cr1023-1 USA v. Hage, et al                                  PRIOR

9/24/98   --    Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage held. Deft. Hage pres.
                w/atty. Bruce McIntyre. AUSA, Patrick Fitzgerald and Ken
                Karas. Deft. Wadih El Hage (1) enters a plea of not guilty
                to count(s) 1-8, 9-11 before Magistrate Judge Leonard
                Bernikow. Case has been assigned to Judge Sprizzo for all
                purposes. Deft's. bail-status detained. (Magistrate Judge
                Bernikow) (ba) [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/24/98   --    PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage . Court accepts plea. Not
                Guilty: Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1-8, 9-11 (ba)
                [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/24/98   --    CASE assigned to Judge John E. Sprizzo (ba)
                [Entry date 09/29/98]

9/24/98   7     NOTICE of Appearance for Wadih El Hage by Attorney Bruce
                McIntyre. (ba) [Entry date 09/29/98]

10/1/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage held. Dft. present
                with atty. Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present.
                Case reassigned to Judge Sand. Dft. continued
                detained.....Eaton, J. (mb) [Entry date 10/06/98]
                [Edit date 10/06/98]

10/1/98   --    CASE reassigned to Judge Leonard B. Sand. (mb)
                [Entry date 10/07/98]

10/1/98   8     Pursuant to the memorandum of the Case Processing Asst. the
                above entitled action is reassigned to Judge Sand as to
                Wadih El Hage. Copies sent to attorney of record on 10/7/98.
                Documents received on 10/9/98 by Elizabeth Stanton. . (mb)
                [Entry date 10/07/98] [Edit date 10/14/98]

10/7/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage held.   Deft. El Hage
                present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald and
                Ken Karas present. Conference held. Govt' will need a
                month to gather facts as to how much discovery time will be
                needed. Status conference set for 11/10/98 at 9:30 a.m.
                Gov't submit order excluding time thru Nov. 10, 1998. Deft.
                cont'd detained. Gov't will file a S-Ind this day. (rg)
                [Entry date 10/08/98]

10/7/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage   set at 9:30 11/10/98
                for Wadih El Hage (rg) [Entry date 10/08/98]

10/7/98   11    (S1) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am              Page 5

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1:98cr1023-1 USA v. Hage, et al                                 PRIOR

10/8/98   9     ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Time is excluded from 10/7/98
                until 11/10/9 pursuant to the Speedy Trial Act and to
                Continue in Interests of Justice ( Signed by Judge Leonard
                B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mb) [Entry date 10/14/98]

10/8/98   --    Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 before Judge Leonard B. Sand.
                Deft. El Hague present w/atty Bruce McIntyre, Esq. Deft.
                Odeh present w/atty Michael Young, Esq. Deft. Al-Owhali
                present w/atty Leonard Joy, Esq. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                and Kenneth Karas present. Interpreter Hassan Moawa
                (Arabic) present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned and pleads
                not guilty on each of counts 1 and 228 thru 238 as charged
                on S Indictment. Deft. Mohamed Odeh is arraigned on S
                Indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2 thru 227
                as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al'Owhali is
                arraigned on S-Ind. and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2
                thru 227 as charged. All defts remain detained. Govt'
                submit order excluding time thru 11/10/98. Further status
                conference on 11/10/98 at 9:30. (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg)
                [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali set at 9:30 11/10/98 for
                Wadih El Hage, for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, for Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/9/98   10    ORDER as to Wadih El Hage, Time excluded from 10/7/98
                until 11/10/98 to Continue in Interests of Justice (
                Signed by Judge Leonard B. Sand ); Copies mailed. (mr)
                [Entry date 10/14/98]
11/4/98   13    (S2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Usama Bin
                Laden (5) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Muhammad Atef (6)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/9/98   12    LETTER filed by USA, Dated 11/5/98, Addressed to: Hon.
                Leonard B. Sand Re: Status Update For The Court In Advance
                Of The Conference On Next Tuesday, November 10, 1998 At
                9:30am. (rag) [Entry date 11/09/98]




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am              Page 6

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-1 USA v. Hage, et al                                 PRIOR

11/10/98 --     Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s before Judge
                Leonard B. Sand. Conference and arraignments held. Deft.
                El Hage present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. Deft. Odeh present
                w/atty Michael A. Young. Deft. Al-Owhali present w/atty
                Leonard Joy. AUSA Patirck Fitzgerald present. AUSA Ken
                Kara present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned on S(2)
                indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and counts 228
                thur 238 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Sadeek Odeh is arraigned
                on S(2) indictment 98-1023 and pleads not guilty on counts
                1 thru 227 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali
                is arraigned on S(2) Ind. 98 cr 1023 and pleads not guilty
                on counts 1 thru 227 as charged. Conference held. First
                wave of discovery to be completed by early Feb. 99. Hearing
                to be held on 11/16/98 at 3 p.m. on prison conditions at
                MCC and on Government's right to make an application for
                protective order under R-16(d). Further conference 1/14/99
                at 10 a.m. Govt. submit order excluding time thru 1/14/99.
                All (3) defts' cont'd remanded. Interpreter Fouad Kheir
                (Arabic) present. (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/10/98 --     PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s,
                4s-227s (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/10/98 14     LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef   From Michael A. Young, Dated
                11/5/98, Addressed to: Mr. Fitzgerald Re: objecting to
                the Special Administration Measures which were issued
                      regarding our clients on or about 10/22/98. (mr)
                      [Entry date 11/13/98]

11/16/98 --           Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                      Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. Defendant El Hage
                      present with attorney Bruce McIntyre. Defendant Odeh
                      present with attorney Michael A. Young. Defendant
                      Al-'Owhali present with attorny Leonard Joy and David I.
                      Bruck. Hearing begun on conditions of confinement at MCC
                      and proposed protective order, and adjourned to 11/17/98.
                      Also present Dominique Raia, attorney for MCC, and Warden
                      Dennis Hasty. (mr) [Entry date 11/20/98]




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                    Page 7

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1:98cr1023-1 USA v. Hage, et al                                          PRIOR

11/17/98 --           Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                      Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. No defendants
                      present. Bruce McIntyre present for defendant El Hage.
                      Leonard Joy and Davd Bruck present for defendant
                      Leonard Joy and Davd Bruck present for defendant
                      AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present. Count concludes that it is
                      satisfied that conditions at 10-south (at MCC) are not
                      worse that conditions at 9-south and in some respects more
                      comfortable. Measures are reasonably based on security
                      needs and needs of the institution. Government submits
                      amended order revising S.A.M. conditions. (mr)
                      [Entry date 11/20/98]

11/18/98 18           TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                      Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                      Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                      for dates of 9/23/98. (mr) [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/19/98 20           SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                      Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                      Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef (da)
                      [Entry date 11/20/98]

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Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                     Page 1

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1:98cr1023-2 USA v. Hage, et al                                           PRIOR

                                                            PRIOR
                       U.S. District Court
  Southern District of New York - Civil Database (Foley Square)

                CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 98-CR-1023-2

USA v. Hage, et al                                                  Filed: 09/21/98
Case Assigned to: Judge Leonard B. Sand

FAZUL   ABDULLAH MOHAMMED
aka
Harun   Fazhl
aka
Fazhl   Abdullah
aka
Fazhl Khan
     defendant


Pending Counts:                             Disposition

18:2332(b)(d) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING AT U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2s - 3s)

18:930(c),2 MURDER
(4 - 227)

18:930(c),2     MURDER
(4s - 227s)
Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 2

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-2 USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR



Complaints:

   NONE


U. S. Attorneys:

  Patrick J. Fitzgerald
  [COR LD NTC]
  Chief, Organized Crime and
  Terrorism
  Mary Jo White, United States
  Attorney
  Criminal Division
  One St. Andrew's Plaza
  New York, NY 10007
  USA
  (212) 637-1045




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 3

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-2 USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR

9/24/98   --       CASE assigned to Judge John E. Sprizzo (ba)
                   [Entry date 09/29/98]

10/1/98   --       CASE reassigned to Judge Leonard B. Sand. (mb)
                   [Entry date 10/07/98]

10/7/98   11       (S1) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                   count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Fazul Abdullah
                   Mohammed (2) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                   (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                   (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]
11/4/98    13         (S2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                      count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Fazul Abdullah
                      Mohammed (2) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Sadeek
                      Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                      Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Usama Bin
                      Laden (5) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Muhammad Atef (6)
                      count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/4/98    19          Arrest WARRANT issued as to Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (rg)
                      [Entry date 11/19/98]

11/9/98    12         LETTER filed by USA, Dated 11/5/98, Addressed to: Hon.
                      Leonard B. Sand Re: Status Update For The Court In Advance
                      Of The Conference On Next Tuesday, November 10, 1998 At
                      9:30am. (rag) [Entry date 11/09/98]

11/10/98 14           LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                      Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                      Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef   From Michael A. Young, Dated
                      11/5/98, Addressed to: Mr. Fitzgerald Re: objecting to
                      the Special Administration Measures which were issued
                      regarding our clients on or about 10/22/98. (mr)
                      [Entry date 11/13/98]

11/18/98 18           TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                      Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                      Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                      for dates of 9/23/98. (mr) [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/19/98 20           SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                      Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                      Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef (da)
                      [Entry date 11/20/98]

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Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                    Page 1

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-3 USA v. Hage, et al                                       PRIOR
                                                            PRIOR
                       U.S. District Court
  Southern District of New York - Civil Database (Foley Square)

              CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 98-CR-1023-3

USA v. Hage, et al                                          Filed: 09/21/98
Case Assigned to: Judge Leonard B. Sand

MOHAMED SADEEK ODEH
aka
Abu Moath
aka
Noureldine
aka
"Marwan"
aka
Hydar
      defendant


Pending Counts:                           Disposition

18:2332(b)(d) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING AT U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2s - 3s)

18:930(c),2 MURDER
(4 - 227)

18:930(c),2   MURDER
(4s - 227s)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:
Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 2

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-3 USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


U. S. Attorneys:

  Patrick J. Fitzgerald
  [COR LD NTC]
  Chief, Organized Crime and
  Terrorism
  Mary Jo White, United States
  Attorney
  Criminal Division
  One St. Andrew's Plaza
  New York, NY 10007
  USA
  (212) 637-1045




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 3

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-3 USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR

9/24/98   --       CASE assigned to Judge John E. Sprizzo (ba)
                   [Entry date 09/29/98]

10/1/98   --       CASE reassigned to Judge Leonard B. Sand. (mb)
                   [Entry date 10/07/98]

10/7/98   11       (S1) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                   count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Fazul Abdullah
                   Mohammed (2) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                   (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                   (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --       First Appearance as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                   Daoud Al-'Owhali held (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --       Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                   Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                   count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3)
                   count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4)
                   count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 before Judge Leonard B. Sand.
                   Deft. El Hague present w/atty Bruce McIntyre, Esq. Deft.
                Odeh present w/atty Michael Young, Esq. Deft. Al-Owhali
                present w/atty Leonard Joy, Esq. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                and Kenneth Karas present. Interpreter Hassan Moawa
                (Arabic) present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned and pleads
                not guilty on each of counts 1 and 228 thru 238 as charged
                on S Indictment. Deft. Mohamed Odeh is arraigned on S
                Indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2 thru 227
                as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al'Owhali is
                arraigned on S-Ind. and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2
                thru 227 as charged. All defts remain detained. Govt'
                submit order excluding time thru 11/10/98. Further status
                conference on 11/10/98 at 9:30. (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg)
                [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali set at 9:30 11/10/98 for
                Wadih El Hage, for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, for Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

11/4/98   13    (S2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Usama Bin
                Laden (5) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Muhammad Atef (6)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am              Page 4

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-3 USA v. Hage, et al                                 PRIOR

11/9/98   12    LETTER filed by USA, Dated 11/5/98, Addressed to: Hon.
                Leonard B. Sand Re: Status Update For The Court In Advance
                Of The Conference On Next Tuesday, November 10, 1998 At
                9:30am. (rag) [Entry date 11/09/98]

11/10/98 --     Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s before Judge
                Leonard B. Sand. Conference and arraignments held. Deft.
                El Hage present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. Deft. Odeh present
                w/atty Michael A. Young. Deft. Al-Owhali present w/atty
                Leonard Joy. AUSA Patirck Fitzgerald present. AUSA Ken
                Kara present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned on S(2)
                indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and counts 228
                thur 238 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Sadeek Odeh is arraigned
                on S(2) indictment 98-1023 and pleads not guilty on counts
                1 thru 227 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali
                is arraigned on S(2) Ind. 98 cr 1023 and pleads not guilty
                on counts 1 thru 227 as charged. Conference held. First
                wave of discovery to be completed by early Feb. 99. Hearing
                to be held on 11/16/98 at 3 p.m. on prison conditions at
                MCC and on Government's right to make an application for
                protective order under R-16(d). Further conference 1/14/99
                at 10 a.m. Govt. submit order excluding time thru 1/14/99.
                All (3) defts' cont'd remanded. Interpreter Fouad Kheir
                (Arabic) present. (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/10/98 --     PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s,
                4s-227s (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/10/98 14     LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef   From Michael A. Young, Dated
                11/5/98, Addressed to: Mr. Fitzgerald Re: objecting to
                the Special Administration Measures which were issued
                regarding our clients on or about 10/22/98. (mr)
                [Entry date 11/13/98]

11/16/98 --     Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. Defendant El Hage
                present with attorney Bruce McIntyre. Defendant Odeh
                present with attorney Michael A. Young. Defendant
                Al-'Owhali present with attorny Leonard Joy and David I.
                Bruck. Hearing begun on conditions of confinement at MCC
                and proposed protective order, and adjourned to 11/17/98.
                Also present Dominique Raia, attorney for MCC, and Warden
                Dennis Hasty. (mr) [Entry date 11/20/98]




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am              Page 5

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1:98cr1023-3 USA v. Hage, et al                                 PRIOR

11/17/98 --     Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. No defendants
                present. Bruce McIntyre present for defendant El Hage.
                Leonard Joy and Davd Bruck present for defendant
                Al-'Owhali. Michael Young, Esq present for defendant Oden.
                AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present. Count concludes that it is
                satisfied that conditions at 10-south (at MCC) are not
                worse that conditions at 9-south and in some respects more
                comfortable. Measures are reasonably based on security
                needs and needs of the institution. Government submits
                amended order revising S.A.M. conditions. (mr)
                      [Entry date 11/20/98]

11/18/98 18           TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                      Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                      Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                      for dates of 9/23/98. (mr) [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/19/98 20           SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                      Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                      Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef (da)
                      [Entry date 11/20/98]

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1:98cr1023-4 USA v. Hage, et al                                               PRIOR

                                                            PRIOR
                       U.S. District Court
  Southern District of New York - Civil Database (Foley Square)

               CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 98-CR-1023-4

USA v. Hage, et al                                                      Filed: 09/21/98
Case Assigned to: Judge Leonard B. Sand

MOHAMED RASHED DAOUD AL-
'OWHALI
aka
Khalid Salim Saleh Bin Rashed
aka
"Moath"
aka
Abdul Jabbar Ali Abel-Latif
     defendant


Pending Counts:                                  Disposition
18:2332(b)(d) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1s)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING AT U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2s - 3s)

18:930(c),2 MURDER
(4 - 227)

18:930(c),2   MURDER
(4s - 227s)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am   Page 2

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-4 USA v. Hage, et al                   PRIOR




Complaints:

   NONE


U. S. Attorneys:

  Patrick J. Fitzgerald
  [COR LD NTC]
  Chief, Organized Crime and
  Terrorism
  Mary Jo White, United States
  Attorney
  Criminal Division
  One St. Andrew's Plaza
  New York, NY 10007
  USA
  (212) 637-1045




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am              Page 3

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr1023-4 USA v. Hage, et al                                  PRIOR

9/24/98   --    CASE assigned to Judge John E. Sprizzo (ba)
                [Entry date 09/29/98]

10/1/98   --    CASE reassigned to Judge Leonard B. Sand. (mb)
                [Entry date 10/07/98]

10/7/98   11    (S1) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali
                (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    First Appearance as to Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali held (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 before Judge Leonard B. Sand.
                Deft. El Hague present w/atty Bruce McIntyre, Esq. Deft.
                Odeh present w/atty Michael Young, Esq. Deft. Al-Owhali
                present w/atty Leonard Joy, Esq. AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald
                and Kenneth Karas present. Interpreter Hassan Moawa
                (Arabic) present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned and pleads
                not guilty on each of counts 1 and 228 thru 238 as charged
                on S Indictment. Deft. Mohamed Odeh is arraigned on S
                Indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2 thru 227
                as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al'Owhali is
                arraigned on S-Ind. and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and 2
                thru 227 as charged. All defts remain detained. Govt'
                submit order excluding time thru 11/10/98. Further status
                conference on 11/10/98 at 9:30. (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1s, 228s-235s, 236s-238s,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg)
                [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/8/98   --    Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali set at 9:30 11/10/98 for
                Wadih El Hage, for Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, for Mohamed Rashed
                Daoud Al-'Owhali (rg) [Entry date 10/30/98]

10/10/98 15     LETTER filed as to Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali From
                Leonard F. Joy, Dated 11/6/98, Addressed to: Patrick
                Fitzgerald,AUSA Re: Discovery Issues (mb)
                [Entry date 11/16/98]




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am              Page 4

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11/4/98   13    (S2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Fazul Abdullah
                Mohammed (2) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Sadeek
                Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Usama Bin
                Laden (5) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Muhammad Atef (6)
                count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/9/98   12    LETTER filed by USA, Dated 11/5/98, Addressed to: Hon.
                Leonard B. Sand Re: Status Update For The Court In Advance
                Of The Conference On Next Tuesday, November 10, 1998 At
                9:30am. (rag) [Entry date 11/09/98]

11/10/98 --     Arraignment as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held Wadih El Hage (1)
                count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
                (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s before Judge
                Leonard B. Sand. Conference and arraignments held. Deft.
                El Hage present w/atty Bruce McIntyre. Deft. Odeh present
                w/atty Michael A. Young. Deft. Al-Owhali present w/atty
                Leonard Joy. AUSA Patirck Fitzgerald present. AUSA Ken
                Kara present. Deft. El Hage is arraigned on S(2)
                indictment and pleads not guilty on counts 1 and counts 228
                thur 238 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Sadeek Odeh is arraigned
                on S(2) indictment 98-1023 and pleads not guilty on counts
                1 thru 227 as charged. Deft. Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali
                is arraigned on S(2) Ind. 98 cr 1023 and pleads not guilty
                on counts 1 thru 227 as charged. Conference held. First
                wave of discovery to be completed by early Feb. 99. Hearing
                to be held on 11/16/98 at 3 p.m. on prison conditions at
                MCC and on Government's right to make an application for
                protective order under R-16(d). Further conference 1/14/99
                at 10 a.m. Govt. submit order excluding time thru 1/14/99.
                All (3) defts' cont'd remanded. Interpreter Fouad Kheir
                (Arabic) present. (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/10/98 --     PLEA entered by Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali . Court accepts plea. Not Guilty:
                Wadih El Hage (1) count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss,
                Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s,
                Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s,
                 4s-227s (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]

11/10/98 14      LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                 Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                 Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef   From Michael A. Young, Dated
                 11/5/98, Addressed to: Mr. Fitzgerald Re: objecting to
                 the Special Administration Measures which were issued
                 regarding our clients on or about 10/22/98. (mr)
                 [Entry date 11/13/98]




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                Page 5

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1:98cr1023-4 USA v. Hage, et al                                   PRIOR

11/16/98 --      Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                 Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. Defendant El Hage
                 present with attorney Bruce McIntyre. Defendant Odeh
                 present with attorney Michael A. Young. Defendant
                 Al-'Owhali present with attorny Leonard Joy and David I.
                 Bruck. Hearing begun on conditions of confinement at MCC
                 and proposed protective order, and adjourned to 11/17/98.
                 Also present Dominique Raia, attorney for MCC, and Warden
                 Dennis Hasty. (mr) [Entry date 11/20/98]

11/17/98 --      Status conference as to Wadih El Hage, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh,
                 Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali held. No defendants
                 present. Bruce McIntyre present for defendant El Hage.
                 Leonard Joy and Davd Bruck present for defendant
                 Al-'Owhali. Michael Young, Esq present for defendant Oden.
                 AUSA Patrick Fitzgerald present. Count concludes that it is
                 satisfied that conditions at 10-south (at MCC) are not
                 worse that conditions at 9-south and in some respects more
                 comfortable. Measures are reasonably based on security
                 needs and needs of the institution. Government submits
                 amended order revising S.A.M. conditions. (mr)
                 [Entry date 11/20/98]

11/18/98 18      TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                 Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                 Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                 for dates of 9/23/98. (mr) [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/19/98 20      SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                 Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                 Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef (da)
                 [Entry date 11/20/98]

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Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                         Page 1

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1:98cr1023-6 USA v. Hage, et al                                               PRIOR

                                                            PRIOR
                       U.S. District Court
  Southern District of New York - Civil Database (Foley Square)

               CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 98-CR-1023-6

USA v. Hage, et al                                                      Filed: 09/21/98
Case Assigned to: Judge Leonard B. Sand

MUHAMMAD ATEF
aka
Abu Hafs
aka
Abu Hafs el Masry
aka
Abu Abu Hafs el Masry el
Khabir
aka
Taysir
aka
Aheikh Taysir Abdullah
     defendant


Pending Counts:                                  Disposition

18:2332(b) CONSPIRACY TO
MURDER U.S. NATIONALS
(1)

18:844(f)(1),(f)(3),2 MURDER
DURING BOMBING OF U.S.
PROPERTY
(2 - 3)

18:930(c) MURDER
(4 - 227)
Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 2

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1:98cr1023-6 USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR

U. S. Attorneys:

  Patrick J. Fitzgerald
  [COR LD NTC]
  Chief, Organized Crime and
  Terrorism
  Mary Jo White, United States
  Attorney
  Criminal Division
  One St. Andrew's Plaza
  New York, NY 10007
  USA
  (212) 637-1045




Docket as of November 24, 1998 2:26 am                 Page 3

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1:98cr1023-6 USA v. Hage, et al                                     PRIOR

9/24/98   --       CASE assigned to Judge John E. Sprizzo (ba)
                   [Entry date 09/29/98]

10/1/98   --       CASE reassigned to Judge Leonard B. Sand. (mb)
                   [Entry date 10/07/98]

11/4/98   13       (S2) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT as to Wadih El Hage (1)
                   count(s) 1ss, 228ss-235ss, 236ss-238ss, Fazul Abdullah
                   Mohammed (2) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Sadeek
                   Odeh (3) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                   Al-'Owhali (4) count(s) 1s, 2s-3s, 4s-227s, Usama Bin
                   Laden (5) count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227, Muhammad Atef (6)
                   count(s) 1, 2-3, 4-227 (rg) [Entry date 11/12/98]
11/4/98    17         ARREST WARRANT issued as to Muhammad Atef (mr)
                      [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/10/98 14           LETTER filed by Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed,
                      Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama
                      Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef   From Michael A. Young, Dated
                      11/5/98, Addressed to: Mr. Fitzgerald Re: objecting to
                      the Special Administration Measures which were issued
                      regarding our clients on or about 10/22/98. (mr)
                      [Entry date 11/13/98]

11/18/98 18           TRANSCRIPT of record of proceedings as to Wadih El Hage,
                      Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed
                      Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef
                      for dates of 9/23/98. (mr) [Entry date 11/18/98]

11/19/98 20           SEALED DOCUMENT as to Wadih El Hage, Fazul Abdullah
                      Mohammed, Mohamed Sadeek Odeh, Mohamed Rashed Daoud
                      Al-'Owhali, Usama Bin Laden, Muhammad Atef (da)
                      [Entry date 11/20/98]

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Docket as of November 6, 1998 6:00 am                   Page 1

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr539-ALL USA v. Bin Laden

                       U.S. District Court
  Southern District of New York - Civil Database (Foley Square)

                CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 98-CR-539-ALL

USA v. Bin Laden                                                 Filed: 11/04/98
Dkt# in other court: None

Case Assigned to:       Judge Unassigned

USAMA BIN LADEN (1)
aka
"Usamah" "Bin-Muhammad" "Bin-
Laden,"
aka
"Shaykh" "Usamah" "BIn-Laden,"
aka
"Mujahid" "Shaykh,"
aka
"Abu" "Abdallah,"
aka
"Qa Qa,"
     defendant


Pending Counts:                         Disposition

18:2155B.F CONSPIRACY -
DESTRUCTION OF NATIONAL
DEFENSE      MATERIALS
(CONSPIRACY TO ATTACK NATIONAL
DEFENCE
UTILITIES).
(1)


Offense Level (opening): 4


Terminated Counts:

   NONE



Complaints:

   NONE


U. S. Attorneys:

  Patrick J. Fitzgerald



Docket as of November 6, 1998 6:00 am                 Page 2

Proceedings include all events.
1:98cr539-ALL USA v. Bin Laden

  [COR LD NTC]
  Chief, Organized Crime and
  Terrorism
  Mary Jo White, United States
  Attorney
  Criminal Division
  One St. Andrew's Plaza
  New York, NY 10007
  USA
  (212) 637-1045




Docket as of November 6, 1998 6:00 am                          Page 3

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1:98cr539-ALL USA v. Bin Laden

6/10/98    1        SEALED INDICTMENT as to        Usama Bin Laden (1) count(s) 1 (bh)
                    [Entry date 11/05/98]

11/4/98    2        ORDER as to Usama Bin Laden, Unsealing Indictment (
                    Signed by Magistrate Judge Henry B. Pitman ); Copies
                    mailed. (bh) [Entry date 11/05/98]

11/4/98    --       Indictment unsealed as to Usama Bin Laden (bh)
                    [Entry date 11/05/98]

11/4/98    3        AFFIDAVIT by USA as to Usama Bin Laden           Re: Unsealing Order
                    (bh) [Entry date 11/05/98]

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4 November 1998
Source: Hardcopy, US Attorney, SDNY, press conference. Thanks to MS/HH, (212) 637-2600.

See related indictment today of Usama Bin Laden: http://jya.com/usa-v-laden.htm
See related indictment of today Usama Bin Laden and five others: http://jya.com/usa-v-
laden+5.htm
See related files: http://jya.com/alqfiles.htm



United States Attorney
Southern District of New York


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE            CONTACT: U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
NOVEMBER 4, 1998                          MARVIN SMILON, HERBERT HADAD
                                          PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE
                                          (212) 637-2600

                                            FBI
                                            JOSEPH A. VALIQUETTE
                                            (212) 384-