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  1.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  2.  
  3. ALL II-EFDFEEATIUI-I
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  7.  
  8.  
  9. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  10. SITUATIONAL INFORMATION REPORT
  11. Potential Criminal Activity' Alert
  12.  
  13. Indianapolis Division
  14. 15 September 2011
  15. "Day of Rage" Activities Planned Nationwide on 17 September 2011
  16.  
  17. Various online communities and groups have dubbed 17 September 2011 as the
  18. Day of Rage' and are planning organized protests and assemblies throughout the United States.
  19.  
  20.  
  21.  
  22. I
  23.  
  24. Referencing the demonstrations of the 2011 Arab Spring events, the Day of Rage'
  25. desires to mimic the revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests which have occurred in
  26. the Arab world. The overall goal of the Day of Rage' protests is to conduct unorganized
  27. protests in major metropolitan areas with special attention on banking and financial institutions.
  28.  
  29. Two prominent communities, Day of Rage' and 'Occupy Wall Street', are at the
  30. forefront of organizing the events.
  31.  
  32. 0 The group Day of Rage' is calling
  33. for "state and national non-violent protests and assemblies of people to demand
  34. that integrity be brought back to our [American] elections". While Day of
  35. Rage' does not condone the use of violence during the events, their website provides
  36. activists with information and training on "direct action, civil disobedience, how to
  37. deal with violence, and jailhouse solidarity", suggesting that violence and/or illegal
  38. activity is expected by event organizers.'
  39.  
  40. (U) Law Enforcement Sensitive: This information is the property of the FBI and may be distributed to state, tribal, or local
  41. government law enforcement officials with a need-to-know. Further distribution without FBI authorization is prohibited.
  42. Precautions should be taken to ensure this information is-stored and/or destroyed in a manner that precludes unauthorized access.
  43.  
  44. (U) Warning: This is an- information report, not finally evaluated intelligence. It is being shared for informational purposes but has
  45. not been fully evaluated, integrated with other information, interpreted, or analyzed. Receiving agencies are cautioned not to take
  46. actions based solely on this raw reporting unless the information is independently verified. A presumption of innocence still exists for
  47. any person being reported on in this report.
  48.  
  49. (U) Note: This product reflects the views of Indianapolis and has not been vetted by FBI Headquarters.
  50.  
  51. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
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  53. %?0zeF-
  54.  
  55.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  56.  
  57. 0 In July 2011, Adbusters, a self-identified American revolutionary
  58. anarchist group, advocated a "take over" of Wall Street in New York City on 17
  59. September 2011. The group 'Occupy Wall Street' is
  60. an online social networking offshoot of the declaration by Adbusters. 'Occupy
  61. Wall Street' is calling for "20,000 people to flood into_Manhattan, set up tents,
  62. kitchens, and barricades to occupy Wall Street for a few months."2 Their primary
  63. motivation is to demonstrate against the perceived "greed and corruption" of the
  64. US banking and financial sector.3 In their July 2011 declaration, Adbusters
  65. initially intended for the event to occur in New York City only; however, as the
  66. movement escalated in popularity over the summer months, unorganized direct
  67. action demonstrations are being planned for locations throughout the United
  68. States on 17 September 2011. Like Day of Rage,' the group 'Occupy Wall
  69. Street' does not openly condone violence or illegal activities; however, their
  70. website offers information on "dealing with first responders, chaotic protesting"
  71. and suggested that protesters bring "billy clubs and taser guns."4
  72.  
  73. Day of Rage' has events planned on 17
  74.  
  75. September 2011 in multiple US cities, including protests
  76. in New York City; Austin, and Charlotte,
  77. however, sspecific details of these protests are currently
  78. unknown. While Day of Rage' does not condone
  79. the use of violence during the events, their website
  80. provides activists with information andtraining on
  81. "direct action, civil disobedience, how to deal with
  82. violence, and jailhouse solidarity," suggesting that
  83. violence and/or illegal activity is expected by event
  84. organizers.6
  85.  
  86. It should be noted that the Day of Rage'
  87. website indicates a protest may occur at the Indiana
  88. State Capital building; however, no date is associated
  89. with the protest. Furthermore, according to their
  90. website, Day of Rage' has planned additional
  91. protests for 1 October 2011, 6 October 2011, and 15
  92. October 2011 in cities throughout the United States.
  93. Again, no date is associated with the Indiana protest.
  94.  
  95.  
  96.  
  97. ib7E
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  99. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
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  101.  
  102.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  103.  
  104. ublic safety officials should remain alert to possible security
  105.  
  106. Law enforcement and
  107. arise as a result of the 17 September 2011 Day of Rage'
  108.  
  109. and public safety issues that may
  110. protests and demonstrations]
  111.  
  112.  
  113.  
  114. 1113713
  115.  
  116. (U) This report has been prepared by the Indianapolis Division of the FBI. Comments and queries may be addressed
  117. to the Indianapolis Field Intelligence Group at 317-595-4000.
  118.  
  119. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  120. 3
  121.  
  122.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  123.  
  124. Distribution
  125.  
  126. Production Services Unit, Directorate of Intelligence
  127. LEO FIG SIG
  128.  
  129. All Indiana.State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies
  130. FBI Intranet
  131. Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center
  132.  
  133. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  134. 4
  135.  
  136.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  137.  
  138. Endnotesz
  139.  
  140. IWNCLASSIFIED)
  141. (U
  142. JTUNCLASSIHED)
  143. 3 (U) Ibid. (UNCLASSIFIED)
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  146. FUNCLASSIFIED) ME
  147. .37)
  148.  
  149. (U) Ibid. (UNCLASSIFIED)
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  153. KUNCALSSIFIED)
  154.  
  155. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
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  157.  
  158.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  159.  
  160. FBI Customer Satisfaction Survey
  161.  
  162. Please take a moment to complete this survey and help evaluate the
  163. quality, value, and relevance of our product. Your response will help us
  164. serve you more effectively and efficiently in the future. Thank you for
  165. your cooperation and assistance.
  166.  
  167. Return to:
  168.  
  169. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  170. 8825 Nelson B. Klein Pkwy
  171. Indianapolis, IN 46250
  172.  
  173.  
  174.  
  175.    
  176.  
  177. Title: "Day of Rage" Activities Planned Nationwide on 17
  178. September 2011
  179.  
  180. Dated: 15 September 2011
  181.  
  182. Customer Agency:
  183.  
  184.  -Needs
  185. 1. The product increased my knowledge of an issue or topic. (Check one)
  186.  
  187. 5. Strongly Agree
  188.  
  189. 4. Somewhat Agree
  190.  
  191. 3. Neither Agree or Disagree
  192. 2. Somewhat Disagree
  193.  
  194. 1 Strongly Disagree
  195.  
  196.  
  197.  
  198. I aiki-e__
  199.  
  200. 2. The product helped me decide on a course of action. (Check one)
  201.  
  202. 5 Strongly Agree
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  204. 4. Somewhat Agree
  205.  
  206. 3. Neither Agree or Disagree
  207. 2. Somewhat Disagree
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  209. 1. Strongly Disagree
  210.  
  211. Timeliness "Valu-e
  212. 3. The product was timely to my needs. (Check one)
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  214. 5. Strongly Agree
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  216. 4. Somewhat Agree
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  218. 3 Neither Agree or Disagree
  219. 2. Somewhat Disagree
  220.  
  221. 1 Strongly Disagree
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  230. UNCLASSIFIED
  231.  
  232. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  233. PROVIDED TO OTHER
  234.  
  235.    
  236.  
  237. Revised
  238. 05.07-2011 AGENCIES
  239. Type of Contact: Date;
  240. Record of Dissemination of Information to other Agencies 11/02/2011
  241.  
  242. Dissemination To:
  243. Domestic Agency
  244.  
  245. Check LEC: Office of Law Enforcement Coordination
  246. or Select a Division/Field Office (Show Legats? )2
  247.  
  248. Select the Responsible Division/Field Office:
  249. Milwaukee
  250.  
  251. Program:
  252.  
  253. Criminal
  254.  
  255. DOMESTIC AGENCY RECEIVING DISSEMINATION
  256. Agency/Organization Type:
  257. Local Agency
  258.  
  259. First, Middle) Title/Rank:
  260. Lieutenant
  261. Agency/Organization Name: - Agency/Organization Address: -b
  262. Ashwaubenon Public Safety 2155 Holmgren way, Green Bay, WI 54304 *3
  263. - .
  264.  
  265.  A
  266. Type of Contact: Date of Interaction:
  267.  
  268. Teiephonic Email Meeting Conference Note Fax 11/02/2011
  269.  
  270. DETAILS OF DISSEMINATION
  271. Examples: "Prosecution of a local case. "Requested by Date or Dissemination;
  272. Shen'fFs Office. "Re/ates to another agency matter."
  273. Dissemination Specifics: Officer Safety Information 1 1/02/2011
  274.  
  275. Ongoing Dissemination] One
  276. Time Dissemination:
  277.  
  278. One-time Date: 11/02/2011
  279. 0 Ongoing G) One-time
  280.  
  281. Oral (9 Written
  282.  
  283. Short Description of Information Disseminated: For example: Interview 3025, Case Files, etc.
  284. Officer safety Bulletin regarding threat to shoot police
  285. officers by the Occupy wall Street protestors
  286. List All Associated Case Files. If the dissemination is ongoing and information is
  287. disseminated from case files other than these, a new FD-999 should be completed.
  288.  
  289. If information was disseminated from more than one serial in the same case file,
  290. all serial numbers may be listed in one Associated Serial Number field. e. 5,
  291. 11, 35 If dissemination is ongoing, list all serials which have been disseminated
  292. as of the date of this report and end the entry with "and future serials".
  293.  
  294. Associate Associ Der: :19 733
  295. I I 7
  296.  
  297. ADMINISTRATIVE
  298.  
  299. FBI Employee Reporting the Dissemination
  300.  
  301. Email: 'b6
  302. I I e~
  303. irs Name and click the Find button.) -b
  304. Disseminated By:
  305. L7.lSame as FBI Employee Reporting the Dissemination
  306. Email: .30 6
  307. MW) (FBI) I 'bi; we
  308. as ame, irst Name and click the Find button.)
  309. Squad/Unit/RA:
  310. Squad 6, Green Bay RA
  311. Classification:
  312. Unclassified 0 Confidential 0 Secret
  313. Dissemination controls: a
  314. El NOFORN lj ORCON [j rouo |j PROPIN LES RELIDO 3 'b
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  322. Edit Classification Text
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  325. Approved Byame, irst Name and click the Find button.) I
  326.  
  327. Second Level of Approval:
  328.  
  329. (Optional, except when a request for assistance has
  330. come directly from a Foreign Agency)
  331.  
  332. Name: Email:
  333. Last Name, First Name
  334.  
  335. (Enter the Last Name, First Name and click the Find button.)
  336.  
  337. ACS UPLOAD INFORMATION
  338. Decision:
  339. Approve Request
  340.  
  341. Uploading Decision:
  342. Upload to existing case File(s)
  343.  
  344. Comments:
  345. before hitting the reject button, fill i'n this field with information on why the form was rejected)
  346.  
  347. Case ID:
  348.  
  349. If the case to which you want to upload is already listed in the Associated Case ID field, above, then you do not need to reenter it. If there
  350. are duplicate case IDs, you will get an error when uploading to ACS
  351.  
  352. Case ID: Uploaded: Serial:
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  355. uthor' I  6
  356. lb 7
  357. ATTACHMENTS
  358. Upload to AC3
  359. Description: Attachment:
  360. Case ID: Serial Num:
  361. [3 This information was File Attachmeilt
  362.  
  363. GRANT ACCESS TO
  364. Name: Email:
  365. Last Name, First Name
  366. (Enter the Last Name, First Name and click the Find button.)
  367.  
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  370. 2/22/2012
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  560. HEREIE I5 UHCLASSIFIED wx Earn"
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  562. FD542a<<vmB43amw) QHTE 94 "Di" Bf fl I
  563.  
  564. UNCLASSIFIED
  565.  
  566. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  567.  
  568. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/03/2011
  569.  
  570. To: Anchorage
  571.  
  572. From:
  573.  
  574. Contact: SA
  575.  
  576. 136
  577.  
  578. lb?
  579. Approved By: b7;
  580. Drafted By: jad
  581.  
  582. I3 2
  583.  
  584. Case ID (Pending) b7A
  585.  
  586. b7E
  587. Title:
  588.  
  589. Synopsis: To report Joint Terrorisms Task Force (JTTF) meeting
  590. on 11/03/2011.
  591.  
  592. Details: On 11/03/2011, a JTTF meeting was held at the Anchorage
  593. Field Office. The following individuals attended the meeting:
  594.  
  595. b6
  596.  
  597.  
  598.  
  599.  
  600.  
  601.  
  602.  
  603. UNCLASSIFIED
  604.  
  605. To: b7A
  606.  
  607. Re: 11/03/2011 11073
  608. 21The following items were discussed:
  609.  
  610. . b7A
  611. OCCUPY ans
  612.  
  613. I .b7E
  614.  
  615. 1.
  616. Wall street and]
  617.  
  618. 3.
  619. 4. information from members of JTTF ;b6
  620. iregardina incidents/uiLhJ b7c
  621. b7E
  622. I APD Lt.|
  623. information regarding[ /1
  624. 5.: krial scheduled, will need to coordinate with ?b6
  625. otaer law enforcement agencie; b7C
  626. subject ofl is b6
  627. I
  628. and |will cooridinate interviews with b7E
  629. b6
  630. 7 SA in ;b7C
  631. b7E
  632. I
  633. I Imentioned there was discussion
  634.  
  635. on the internet regarding the occupy Wall Street movement
  636.  
  637. about when is it okay to shoot a police officer. be
  638.  
  639. b7C
  640. 9. will be transferring to Toro to.
  641.  
  642. will be the point of Contact for
  643.  
  644. The next meeting will be 12/08/2011 FBIHQ SSA $36
  645. will speak about b7E
  646.  
  647. Attached is the current JTTF Roster.
  648. UNCLASSIFIED
  649. 2
  650.  
  651. UNCLASSIFIED
  652.  
  653. To: Anchoraqe From- AnC1orage
  654.  
  655. Re: 11/03/2011 b7A
  656.  
  657. }b7E
  658.  
  659. Accomplishment Information:
  660.  
  661. Number: 15
  662.  
  663. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI)
  664.  
  665. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  666.  
  667. Claimed By:
  668. SSN:
  669. Name:
  670. Squad:
  671.  
  672. Number: 15'
  673. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI)
  674. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  675.  
  676. Claimed By:
  677.  
  678. SSN:
  679.  
  680. Name:
  681.  
  682. Squad:
  683. Number: 15 35
  684. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI) 575
  685. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY b7E
  686. Claimed By:
  687.  
  688. SSN:
  689.  
  690. Name:
  691.  
  692. Squad:
  693.  
  694. Number: 15
  695.  
  696. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI)
  697.  
  698. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  699.  
  700. Claimed By:
  701. SSN:
  702. Name:
  703. Squad:
  704.  
  705. Number: 15
  706. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI)
  707. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  708. Claimed By:
  709. SSN:
  710. Name:
  711. Squad
  712.  
  713. UNCLASSIFIED
  714.  
  715. 3
  716.  
  717. UNCLASSIFIED
  718.  
  719. To: Agchoraqe From: Anchorage I b7A
  720. Re: 11/03/2011 ibm
  721.  
  722. Number: 15
  723.  
  724. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI)
  725.  
  726. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  727.  
  728. Claimed By:
  729. SSN:
  730. Name:
  731. Squad
  732.  
  733. Number: 15
  734. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI)
  735. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  736.  
  737. Claimed By:
  738. SSN:
  739. Name: b6
  740. Squad: b7C
  741.  
  742. b7E
  743.  
  744. Number: 15
  745.  
  746. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI)
  747.  
  748. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  749.  
  750. Claimed By:
  751. SSN:
  752. Name:
  753. Squad
  754.  
  755. Number: 15
  756. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI)
  757. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  758.  
  759. Claimed By:
  760. SSN:
  761. Name:
  762. Squad:
  763. 90
  764.  
  765. UNCLASSIFIED
  766.  
  767. 4
  768.  
  769. UNCLASSIFIED
  770.  
  771. To: Anchoraqe From: Anchorage 1117.21
  772. Re: 11/03/2011 1373
  773.  
  774. UNCLASSIFIED
  775.  
  776. 5
  777.  
  778. ALL
  779.  
  780. EEREII-I IE
  781.  
  782. DATE
  783. D--542 (Rev. 04-29-2008)
  784.  
  785. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  786.  
  787. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/07/11
  788.  
  789. To: Birmingham
  790.  
  791. From: Big b7E
  792. lcontact:
  793.  
  794. Approved By: I I b6
  795. Drafted By: b7C
  796.  
  797. b7A
  798. Case ID (Pending) b7E
  799. Title: HAZMAT
  800.  
  801. EMAIL DISSEMINATION TO HAZMAT TEAMS
  802.  
  803. Synopsis: To capture statistical accomplishment for
  804. dissemination of information to HAZMAT teams.
  805. Qgtailsz On 11/03/2011, SA
  806. I via emaii, to
  807. approximateI?1 IHAZMAT am members across the Northern District b5
  808. of Alabama. was concerning the "occupy Wall Street IWA
  809.  
  810.  
  811. ll
  812.  7 ME
  813.  
  814. The copy of the email and are attached to
  815. this communication.
  816.  
  817. To: Birminqham From: Birmingham b7A
  818. Re: I 11/07/11 WE
  819.  
  820. Accomplishment Information:
  821.  
  822. Number: 30
  823.  
  824. Type: INFO--OTHR INTEL PROD
  825. ITU:
  826. Claimed By: b6
  827.  
  828. SSN:
  829.  
  830. Name: b7E
  831.  
  832. Squad:
  833. 00
  834.  
  835. ALL CDNTAIHED
  836. EEREEH IS UNELAESIFIED 3" arm"
  837. DATE D4"l3"3El3 5?
  838.  
  839. UNCLASSIFIED
  840.  
  841. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  842.  
  843. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 12/02/2011
  844. To: Charlotte
  845. From: Charlotte b7E
  846.  
  847. Raleigh Resident Aapnnv
  848. Contact: SA
  849.  
  850. .196
  851.  
  852. Approved By: b7C
  853. Drafted By: -jjp
  854.  
  855. - b7A
  856.  
  857. Case ID (Pending) b7E
  858.  
  859. Title: CT PREPAREDNESS
  860.  
  861.  
  862. Synopsis: To document dissemination of and claim.
  863. statistical accomplishment.
  864.  
  865. Details: On December 1, 2011, Charlotte Division b6
  866.  
  867. Coordinator, b7c
  868. b7A
  869.  
  870. that had been cleared to be shared with liaison partners. b7E
  871.  
  872. advised about occupy Wall Street
  873.  
  874. b7A
  875. I b7E
  876.  
  877. UNCLASSIFIED
  878.  
  879. UNCLASSIFIED
  880.  
  881. To:
  882. Re:
  883.  
  884. Charlotte From: Charlotte
  885.  
  886. 4| 12/02/2011
  887.  
  888. Accomplishment Information:
  889.  
  890. Numbe*: 1
  891. Type:
  892. ITU:
  893. Claimed By-
  894. SSN:
  895. Name:
  896. Squad:
  897.  
  898.  
  899.  
  900. O6
  901.  
  902. UNCLASSIFIED
  903.  
  904. 2
  905.  
  906. ib7A
  907.  
  908.  
  909. INFO-OTHR INTEL PROD
  910.  
  911. 336
  912. 107C
  913. b7E
  914.  
  915. ALL EHFURHATIBH CGHTAIEED
  916.  
  917. IS
  918.  
  919. --l3--EDl2 BY A
  920. (Rma0$0L2mB)
  921.  
  922. UNCLASSIFIED
  923.  
  924. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  925.  
  926. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/10/2011
  927.  
  928. To: Denver
  929.  
  930. From: Denver b7E
  931.  
  932. Squad I:
  933.  
  934. Contact: SA
  935.  
  936. Approved By: I b6
  937.  
  938.  
  939.  
  940. b7C
  941. Drafted By:
  942. b7A
  943. Case ID (Pending) b7E
  944. (Pending)
  945.  
  946. Title: Bank Fraud Working Group (BFWG)
  947.  
  948. Synopsis: BFWG meeting held.
  949.  
  950. Enc1osure(s): (1) List of 2nd (2) b3
  951.  
  952. Details: The regular November meeting of the BFWG was held at .b3
  953.  
  954. "1 Littleton, 37E
  955.  
  956. Colorado. was provided
  957.  
  958. and discussed. Attendees also introduced themselves and noted
  959.  
  960. issues of concern at their respective offices.
  961.  
  962. SAI /Iiprovided information about "occupy
  963.  
  964. Wall Street"/ b6"
  965. b7A
  966. b7C
  967. b7E
  968.  
  969. SA Iprovided information concerning
  970.  
  971. cyber threats in the financial industry, including what banks and b3
  972.  
  973. their customers can do to thwart such threa aective b5
  974.  
  975. reporting of cyber threat incidents. SAI Es b7C
  976.  
  977. I
  978.  
  979. The next BFWG meeting will be held 1/12/2012.
  980. 00
  981.  
  982. UNCLASSIFIED
  983.  
  984. ALL
  985.  
  986. IS
  987.  
  988. DATE CH1-12-35312 BY
  989. FD--542 (Rev. 03-23-2009)
  990.  
  991. UNCLASSIFIED
  992.  
  993. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  994.  
  995. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/15/2011
  996. To: CIRG Attn: Hazardous Devices Ops Section
  997. HDOC b6
  998. SSABT jb'7Q
  999. From: Denver b7E
  1000. Squad|:| 1136
  1001. Contact: SABT b7C
  1002.  
  1003. Approved By:
  1004.  
  1005. Drafted By:
  1006. ./'Lf0'7 b7A
  1007. Case ID I (Pending) b7E
  1008. (Pending)
  1009.  
  1010. (No
  1011.  
  1012. Title: SABT ACTIVITY
  1013. Denver Division
  1014.  
  1015. Synopsis: Denver SABT agtends Metro Area Bank Fraud Working
  1016.  
  1017. Group meeting to discusq -1
  1018. Details: On ll/10/20ll Denver SABT lattended the
  1019. regularly scheduled meeting of the
  1020. Group (BFWG) to discuss
  1021. Ithe "Occupy Wall Street"
  1022. movement. b5
  1023. A b7c
  1024. /1 Egg
  1025. "1"Occupy Wall Street" (OWS) protest movement]
  1026.  
  1027. It was brought to the attention of the BFWG that OWS
  1028.  
  1029. Members of the BFWG, which includes local area financial
  1030. institution employees involved in fraud and security
  1031.  
  1032. UNCLASSIFIED
  1033.  
  1034. UNCLASSIFIED
  1035.  
  1036. TO:  
  1037. Re: I 11/15/2011 mg
  1038.  
  1039. investigations, as well as area law enforcement officers engaged
  1040. _in bank fraud investiqations,l b7A
  1041. b7E
  1042.  
  1043. This liaison meeting lasted two (2) hours.
  1044.  
  1045. UNCLASSIFIED
  1046.  
  1047. 2
  1048.  
  1049. UNCLASSIFIED
  1050.  
  1051. To: CIRG From: Denver
  1052.  
  1053. Re: 7 11/15/2011 {$32
  1054.  
  1055. Accomplishment Information:
  1056.  
  1057. Number: 1
  1058. Type: SABT--ASSISTING ANOTHER
  1059. ITU: USE ONLY)
  1060.  
  1061. Claimed By-
  1062.  
  1063. SSN: LI
  1064. Name:_ Sic
  1065. Squad: i b7E
  1066.  
  1067. UNCLASSIFIED
  1068.  
  1069. 3
  1070.  
  1071. UNCLASSIFIED
  1072.  
  1073. To: CIRG From: Denver b7A
  1074. Re: 11/15/2011 i}o7E
  1075.  
  1076.  
  1077. Set Lead 1: (Action)
  1078. SIRE
  1079. AT QUANTICO, VA
  1080. Assign appropriate SABT activity points.
  1081. 99
  1082.  
  1083. UNCLASSIFIED
  1084.  
  1085. 4
  1086.  
  1087. ALL II-IFUPEELTIUI-I CIEIEYIAIHEII
  1088.  
  1089. I-EFEEIIJ
  1090.  
  1091. DEE Eli"
  1092. FD-542 (Rev. 03-23-2009)
  1093.  
  1094. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1095.  
  1096. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  1097.  
  1098. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/08/2011
  1099. To: Jackson
  1100. From: Jackson . b7E
  1101.  
  1102. JTTP
  1103. Contact: SA
  1104.  
  1105. b6
  1106. Approved By: 3975
  1107. Drafted By:
  1108. 3
  1109. Case ID b7A
  1110. 1b7E
  1111. (Pendin
  1112. 9
  1113. Title: COUNTERTERRORISM PREPAREDNESS:
  1114. DIVISION
  1115.  
  1116. COUNTERTERRORISM PREPAREDNESS: b7E
  1117.  
  1118.  
  1119.  
  1120. JACKSON DIVISION
  1121.  
  1122. COUNTERTERRORISM
  1123.  
  1124. 7
  1125.  
  1126.  
  1127.  
  1128. JACKSON DIVISION
  1129. no si - To document |b7A
  1130.  
  1131. the occupy Wall Street Movement| I b7E
  1132. I
  1133. Details: On 11/04/2011, Coordinator SAI I
  1134. b6
  1135. b7A
  1136. b7C
  1137. b7E
  1138.  
  1139. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1140.  
  1141.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1142.  
  1143. To: Jackson From: Jackson b7A
  1144. Re: I ll/08/2011 b7E
  1145.  
  1146. (U) on 11/04/2011, the
  1147. to the following |l1a1son contacts:
  1148.  
  1149. b6
  1150. 3:176
  1151. b7E
  1152.  
  1153. (U) The above information was also disseminated to the
  1154. appropriate personnel within the Jackson Division.
  1155.  
  1156. (U) The above individuals were instructed that further
  1157. dissemination was not authorized without the consent of I
  1158. Coordinator The product is attached to this EEC
  1159.  
  1160. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1161.  
  1162. 2
  1163.  
  1164.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1165.  
  1166. To: Jackson From: Jackson b7-A
  1167. Re: ME
  1168. communication.
  1169.  
  1170. (U) A questions re9ar  b6
  1171. directed tofl Coordinator SA ib7C
  1172.  
  1173. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1174.  
  1175. 3
  1176.  
  1177. TO:
  1178. Re:
  1179.  
  1180.  
  1181.  
  1182. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1183.  
  1184. Jackson
  1185. ll/08/2011
  1186.  
  1187. Accomplishment Information:
  1188.  
  1189.  
  1190. Type:
  1191.  
  1192.  
  1193.  
  1194. ITU:
  1195.  
  1196. Claimuu Dy:
  1197.  
  1198. SSN:
  1199. Name:
  1200.  
  1201. Squad:
  1202.  
  1203. Number-
  1204. Type: 1
  1205. ITU:
  1206.  
  1207. Claimea by:
  1208.  
  1209. SSN:
  1210. Name:
  1211.  
  1212. Squad:
  1213.  
  1214. Numbe"- 9
  1215.  
  1216. Type:
  1217. ITU:
  1218.  
  1219. Claim
  1220. SSN:
  1221. Name:
  1222.  
  1223. Squad:
  1224.  
  1225. Numbe 6
  1226.  
  1227. Type:
  1228. ITU:
  1229.  
  1230. by:
  1231.  
  1232. Claimed By:
  1233.  
  1234. SSN:
  1235. Name:
  1236.  
  1237. Squad:
  1238.  
  1239. Numbe"- 9
  1240.  
  1241. Type:
  1242. ITU:
  1243.  
  1244. Claimuu
  1245.  
  1246. SSN:
  1247. Name:
  1248.  
  1249. Squad:
  1250.  
  1251. Number: 1
  1252.  
  1253. Type:
  1254. ITU:
  1255.  
  1256. Claimed By:
  1257.  
  1258. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1259.  
  1260. 4
  1261.  
  1262.  
  1263. ib7E
  1264.  
  1265. INTEL PROD
  1266.  
  1267. b6
  1268.  
  1269. ib7E
  1270.  
  1271. SSN:
  1272. Name:
  1273. Squad:
  1274.  
  1275. 00
  1276.  
  1277. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1278.  
  1279. To: - Jackson
  1280. Re:
  1281.  
  1282. ll/O8/2011
  1283.  
  1284.  
  1285. ib7E3
  1286.  
  1287. b6
  1288. ib7C
  1289.  
  1290.  
  1291. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  1292.  
  1293. 5
  1294.  
  1295. FEDERAL BUREAU CIF INVESTIGATION
  1296. FCIIPA
  1297.  
  1298. DELETED IHFCIREJATICIN SHEET
  1299. Ne Duplieatien Fees are eharged fer Deleted Page Infeflnatien
  1300.  
  1301. Tetal Deleted Pagefisj 3
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  1303.  
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  1312.  
  1313. Page 19
  1314.  
  1315. UNCLASSIFIED FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  1316.  
  1317.    
  1318.  
  1319. DOMESTIC SECURITY ALLIANCE COUNCIL
  1320.  
  1321.  
  1322.  
  1323.  
  1324.  
  1325. AC iaisonlormatinR)prt (LIR
  1326.  
  1327. DSAC LIRs are issued to convey timely, actionable information that has undergone some vetting, but is not a
  1328. completely refined product. DSAC LIRs are prepared by FBI and DHS and are intended for corporate security officers.
  1329.  
  1330. (U) The purpose of this DSAC LIR is to raise awareness concerning this type of criminal
  1331. activity. Recipients should immediately report any suspicious or criminal activities
  1332. potentially related to these events to their local FBI field or law enforcement office.
  1333.  
  1334. 9 December 2011
  1335. (U) Protesters Plan to Shut Down Ports on West Coast
  1336.  
  1337. (U) Occupy Wall Street (OWS) groups are advocating a collaborative effort to shutdown
  1338. major ports on the west coast on 12 December 201 1. Occupy groups that plan to
  1339. participate in the coordinated shutdown include OWS groups located in Los Angeles, San
  1340. Diego, Houston, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Oakland, and Vancouver. According to an
  1341. OWS spokesperson, smaller cities plan to direct their supporters to these ports. The
  1342. potential impacts of the port shutdowns include transit delays, blocked roads, commercial
  1343. disruptions, and possible violence.
  1344.  
  1345. (U) In November 2011, the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) Movement targeted the ports in
  1346. Oakland. During this protest, it was reported that thousands of Occupy supporters
  1347. gathered at the Port of Oakland disrupting evening operations at the port. Protesters used
  1348. metal chains and human body chains in an attempt to prevent longshoremen and truckers
  1349. from entering and exiting the port. A few incidents of violence were reported by the
  1350. Oakland Police Department; however, reported violence was not between the protesters
  1351. and the drivers or longshoremen. Despite their large numbers, protestors were only able
  1352. to partially shut down the port by delaying the arrival and/or departure of a handful of
  1353. ships.
  1354.  
  1355. The Port of Anchorage has determined the following: The International
  1356. Longshore Workers Union and the Anchorage Independent Longshore Union have
  1357. advised the OWS Movement that they will not support any disruption to the Port.
  1358. According to information on the OWS Movement website, the plan is to meet for a lunch
  1359. time BBQ on 12 December 2011 and then march at 1300 from around 6th and heading
  1360. to the Port. Representatives of the OWS Movement have stated that they want a peaceful
  1361. protest of the Port. Additionally, representatives of the Port of Anchorage stated there is
  1362. no pedestrian access to the Port and sidewalk access ends just after the A Street Bridge.
  1363.  
  1364. (U) Handling Nofice: Recipients are reminded that DSAC LIRs contain sensitive information meant for use primarily
  1365. within the corporate security community. Such messages shall not be released in either written or oral form to the
  1366. media, the general public, or other personnel who do not have a valid need-to-know without prior approval from an
  1367. authorized FBI official.
  1368.  
  1369. Comments and queries may be addressed to DSAC at dsac@ic.fbi. gov.
  1370.  
  1371. UNCLASSIFIED FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  1372.  
  1373. UNCLASSIFIED FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  1374.  
  1375. The Anchorage Police Department (APD) added that there will be no uniformed APD
  1376. presence unless the situation escalates.
  1377.  
  1378. In regards to the 12' December 2011 planned protest, the Naval Criminal
  1379. Investigative Service (N CIS) has stated that the actions of the OWS Movement may or
  1380. may not be coordinated with organized labor actions at the affected ports and presently,
  1381. there are no indications that protesters plan to use violence against people entering or
  1382. leaving ports, but advise personnel reporting for duty there to remain alert to the
  1383. possibility of civil disturbances that might lead to conflict between protesters and law
  1384. enforcement, and to avoid becoming involved in such conflicts.
  1385.  
  1386. U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has responded to the
  1387. pending port shutdowns in their areas of responsibilities as follows: ICE San Diego is
  1388. coordinating with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). They do not plan to assist
  1389. with any law enforcement operations unless requested. ICE Seattle is in contact with the
  1390. U.S. Coast Guard and has a Port of Seattle police officer assigned to the Border
  1391. Enforcement Security Task Force (BEST) in Seattle. They will continue to monitor the
  1392. situation but do not have an active role at this time.
  1393.  
  1394. ICE San Francisco has undertaken the following proactive measures:
  1395.  
  1396. They are coordinating with CBP and the U.S. Coast Guard to ensure security, safety and
  1397. the continuity of operations. They are also partnering with local law enforcement
  1398. agencies. It is important to note that local law enforcement agencies have limited
  1399. cooperation with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) due to sanctuary policies
  1400. enacted by local governments. Finally, ICE San Francisco will ensure that the San
  1401. Francisco (BEST) and all local agents are alerted to the possibility of a shutdown.
  1402. Assistance from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is available if requested.
  1403.  
  1404. Basic security for the Port of Oakland remains the responsibility of local law
  1405. enforcement agencies and not however, is prepared to respond and
  1406. offer assistance to local law enforcement, consistent with their training and authorities.
  1407.  
  1408. (U) Tips for reducing vulnerability in the event of civil unrest.'
  1409.  
  1410. (U) Civil unrest can range in form from small, organized rallies to large--scale
  1411. demonstrations and rioting. People may be harmed by being in the wrong place at the
  1412. wrong time. Following are suggested safety tips.
  1413.  
  1414. 0 Avoid all large gatherings related to civil issues. Even seemingly peacefill rallies
  1415. can spur violent activity or be met with resistance by security forces. Bystanders
  1416. may be arrested or harmed by security forces using water cannons, tear gas or
  1417. other measures to control crowds.
  1418.  
  1419. Maintain a low profile by avoiding demonstration areas and discussions of the
  1420. issues at hand, and by dressing conservatively.
  1421.  
  1422. If violence erupts or is imminent, leave the area as quickly as possible. If you
  1423. cannot leave the area, seek shelter in large, public buildings such as hotels,
  1424.  
  1425. (U) Handling Notice: Recipients are reminded that DSAC LIRs contain sensitive information meant for use primarily
  1426. within the corporate security community. Such messages shall not be released in either written or oral form to the
  1427. media, the general public, or other personnel who do not have a valid need-to-know without prior approval from an
  1428. authorized FBI official.
  1429.  
  1430. Comments and queries may be addressed to DSAC at dsac@ic.fbi. gov.
  1431.  
  1432. UNCLASSIFIED ll FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  1433.  
  1434. UNCLASSIFIED FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  1435.  
  1436. churches, hospitals and museums. Wait until the crowds have dissipated before
  1437. going back outside.
  1438.  
  1439. a If you know of an event ahead of time, plan pedestrian and vehicular routes that
  1440. avoid the affected areas. Road closures and traffic delays are possible. Give
  1441. yourself extra time to travel.
  1442.  
  1443. - If curfews are imposed, strictly observe regulations and monitor the media for
  1444. immediate updates to the situation.
  1445.  
  1446. Severe civil unrest can significantly disrupt businesses, industries and services. If
  1447. you must travel during unrest ensure that hotels and businesses will be open,
  1448. services will be available and transportation will be running. Confirm all meetings
  1449. and reservations.
  1450.  
  1451. Basic security for the Port of Oakland remains the responsibility of local law enforcement
  1452. agencies and not However, the SAC San Francisco is prepared to respond and
  1453. offer assistance to local law enforcement consistent with our training and authorities
  1454.  
  1455. (U) DSAC members with further information regarding this or similar incidents should
  1456. contact their local field office or the DSAC Program Office at dsac ic._tbi. ov.
  1457.  
  1458. 1212
  1459.  
  1460. (U) Handling Notice: Recipients are reminded that DSAC LIRs contain sensitive information meant for use primarily
  1461. within the corporate security community. Such messages shall not be released in either written or oral form to the
  1462. media, the general public, or other personnel who do not have a valid need-to-know without prior approval from an
  1463. authorized FBI ofiicial.
  1464.  
  1465. Comments and queries may be addressed to DSAC at dsac@ic.fbi. gov.
  1466.  
  1467. UNCLASSIFIED FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  1468.  
  1469. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  1470. FOIPA
  1471.  
  1472. DELETED PAOE SI-IEET
  1473.  
  1474. Ne Duplieatien Fees are eharged fer Deleted Page Infeflnatien
  1475.  
  1476. Tetal Deleted Pagefisj 4
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  1482.  
  1483. ALL CUIWTAINEB
  1484. I5
  1485. H1542 (Rev.03_23_2009) BAKE
  1486.  
  1487. UNCLASSIFIED
  1488.  
  1489. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  1490.  
  1491. Precedence: Routine Date:. 8/22/2011
  1492. To: New York Attn:
  1493. SSA
  1494.  
  1495. From: New York
  1496. CT25
  1497. Contact: TFO
  1498.  
  1499. b6
  1500.  
  1501. Approved By: I bi'
  1502. 1
  1503. Drafted By:
  1504. Case ID
  1505. Title: I IN
  1506. AOT-DT
  1507.  
  1508. Synopsis: Document meeting and report statistical accomplishments.
  1509.  
  1510. On 8/19/2011 TFOI Imet withl I
  1511. |New York Stock
  1512. Exchange/Euronext (NYSE).
  1513.  
  1514. (U) Discussed was the planned Anarchist protest titled "occupy
  1515. Wall Street", scheduled_for September 17, 2011. The protest appears on
  1516. Anarchist website's and social network pages on the internet.
  1517.  
  1518. (U) Numerous incidents have occurred in the past which show
  1519.  
  1520. attempts by Anarchist groups to disrupt, influence, and or shut down
  1521. normal business operations of financial districts.
  1522.  
  1523. UNCLASSIFIED
  1524.  
  1525. -Claimed By:
  1526.  
  1527. To: New York - ew York
  1528. Re: 8/22/2011
  1529.  
  1530. Accomplishment Information: b6
  1531.  
  1532. Number: 3
  1533. Type: DI--LIAISON--CONTACT ORGANIZATION)
  1534.  
  1535. ITU: LIAISON WITHIN FBI
  1536.  
  1537. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  1538.  
  1539. ITU:
  1540.  
  1541. SSN:
  1542. Name:
  1543. Squad: CT25
  1544.  
  1545. UNCLASSIFIED
  1546.  
  1547. 2
  1548.  
  1549. To: N?=w F'-r-nm . York
  1550. Re: 8/22/2011
  1551.  
  1552.  
  1553. Set Lead 1: (Info)
  1554.  
  1555. 00
  1556.  
  1557. NEW YORK
  1558.  
  1559. AT NEW YORK
  1560.  
  1561.  
  1562.  
  1563. Read and clear.
  1564.  
  1565. UNCLASSIFIED
  1566.  
  1567. 3
  1568.  
  1569. 137B
  1570.  
  1571. ALL InFonniTIon
  1572. 1 HEREIN ES EHCLASSIFEED
  1573. DATE cs-13--2o13 BY
  1574.  
  1575. -1-
  1576.  
  1577.  
  1578.  
  1579. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  1580.  
  1581. Date of transcription 9/14/2011 the following businesses were notified that
  1582. their building was identified as a point of interest for the Occupy
  1583. Wall Street: Federal Hall and Museum of American Finance.
  1584.  
  1585. JTTF TFO . was notified about 36
  1586. Federal Hall. FZC
  1587.  
  1588. telephone number was
  1589.  
  1590. notified for Museum of American Finance.
  1591.  
  1592. Investigation on 9/ 19/2011 afiiew York, New York (telephonically)
  1593.  
  1594. :b7C
  1595. File Date dictated
  1596. by SA
  1597.  
  1598. This document contains neither recommendatio_ns nor conclusions of the FBI. lt is the property of the FBI and is loaned to your agency;
  1599. it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.
  1600.  
  1601. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  1602. FOIPA
  1603.  
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  1686.  
  1687. EECLASEIFIED EGBEQUEEAMJSEECEH
  1688. BM
  1689.  
  1690.  
  1691.  
  1692. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  1693. Electronic Communication
  1694.  
  1695. Euhgg Eula
  1696.  
  1697. Primary Case umber:   Serial:
  1698. Drafted By: Date DraftedFD-1057 (Rev. 10/16/2009)
  1699.  
  1700.  
  1701.  
  1702.  
  1703.  
  1704. Approved By: Date Approved: 10/ 12/ 2011
  1705.  
  1706.  
  1707.    
  1708.  
  1709. Topk: Liaison Contact with Zions Bank IS Security
  1710.  
  1711. Synopfls: To document liaison Contact witq I
  1712. Security for Zions Bank, regarding possible threat posed by the hacktivist Anonymous.
  1713.  
  1714. Details:
  1715.  
  1716.  
  1717. On 10/6/2011 IA telepho 4
  1718. Security for Zjons Bank, telephone number cellular numbed I
  1719.  
  1720. informed that the FBI had no intelligence indicating a specific threat to Zions Bank;
  1721. however, the FBI wanted to make surein light of the upcoming Occupy Salt Lake City protestthat
  1722. Zions Bank information security personnel were aware of the recent hacking incidents"
  1723. perpetrated by Anonymous hacktivists in support of the Occupy Wall Street protest.
  1724.  
  1725. the CEOS of Goldman and JP Morgan Chase had been "doxed"
  1726. by an actor claiming Anonymous affiliation. IA explained that doxing is Internet slang for
  1727. maliciously releasing public information regarding an individual on the Internet as
  1728.  
  1729. IAI Iexplained that Anonymous actors typically get information|
  1730.  
  1731. Page 1 of 2
  1732.  
  1733.  
  1734.  
  1735.  
  1736.  
  1737. FD-1057 (Rev. 10/16/2009)
  1738.  
  1739. 10/06/2011
  1740.  
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  1743. b6
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  1747.  
  1748.  
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  1750. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  1751. FOIPA
  1752.  
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  1754.  
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  1962. ETE
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  1966.  
  1967. ETE
  1968. ETE
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  1970. ETE
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  1972. ETE
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  1975. ETE
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  1977. ETE
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  1979.  
  1980. ETE
  1981.  
  1982. ETE
  1983. ETE
  1984.  
  1985. ETE
  1986.  
  1987. ETE
  1988. ETE
  1989.  
  1990. ETE
  1991.  
  1992. ETE
  1993. ETE
  1994.  
  1995. ETE
  1996.  
  1997. ETE
  1998. ETD,
  1999.  
  2000. ETE
  2001.  
  2002. ETE
  2003. ETE
  2004.  
  2005. ETE
  2006.  
  2007. ETE
  2008. ETE
  2009.  
  2010. ETD,
  2011.  
  2012. ETE
  2013. ETD, ETE
  2014.  
  2015. ETE
  2016.  
  2017. ETE
  2018.  
  2019. Outside the Scope per Coast Guard
  2020.  
  2021. C. (U) PROTESTORS TEMPORARILY SHUT DOWN PORT OF OAKLAND, CA.
  2022. THOUSANDS OF PROTESTORS FLOODED DOWNTOWN OAKLAND, CA, ON 2
  2023. NOVEMBER
  2024.  
  2025. 2011 TO PARTICIPATE IN A GENERAL STRIKE CALLED BY THE OCCUPY
  2026. OAKLAND MOVEMENT TO PROTEST ECONOMIC INEQUALITY AND CORPORATE
  2027.  
  2028. GREED. THE PROTESTORS MARCHED IN FORCE TO THE PORT OF OAKLAND, THE
  2029.  
  2030. FIFTH-BUSIEST SHIPPING PORT, WITH THE INTENTION OF
  2031. DISRUPTING PORT OPERATIONS. POLICE ESTIMATED NEARLY 7,000 PEOPLE
  2032. CLOGGED THE MAIN PORT ENTRANCE ON MIDDLE HARBOR ROAD AND AT SEVEN
  2033.  
  2034. OTHER GATES, CHANTING SLOGANS AND HALTING ALL TRUCK TRAFFIC IN AND
  2035.  
  2036. OUT OF THE PORT. RUMORS HAD SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE CROWD THAT
  2037. MANY
  2038. PORT WORKERS FAILED TO ARRIVE FOR THEIR MORNING SHIFTS.
  2039.  
  2040. (U) ABOUT 40 OUT OF 325 PORT WORKERS DID NOT REPORT FOR THE DAY
  2041. SHIFT ON 2 NOVEMBER, ACCORDING TO THE UNION REPRESENTING THE PORT
  2042.  
  2043. WORKERS, WHICH DID NOT AUTHORIZE A STRIKE. PORT OFFICIALS STRESSED
  2044.  
  2045.  
  2046.  
  2047. PAGE 07 RUCOWCA0519 UNCLAS
  2048. THAT ALL SEVEN MARITIME TERMINALS WERE CONDUCTING NORMAL
  2049. OPERATIONS
  2050.  
  2051. DURING THE DAY. DOZENS OF PROTESTORS CLIMBED UP ON IDLED TRUCKS
  2052. WAVING SIGNS AND YELLING SLOGANS. THE FEW POLICE WHO MONITORED THE
  2053.  
  2054. SITUATION KEPT A CONSIDERABLE DISTANCE. THE PORT OF OAKLAND SHUT
  2055. DOWN AT 1815 WHEN THE PORT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DECIDED THE LARGE
  2056. NUMBER OF PROTESTERS POSED A DANGER TO THE SEVERAL HUNDRED
  2057. WORKERS
  2058.  
  2059. STILL INSIDE THE PORT. (SFGATE, 03 NOV 11), (NEW YORK TIMES, 03 NOV
  2060.  
  2061. 11), OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 02 NOV 11).
  2062.  
  2063. ANALYST COMMENT: THE PROTESTORS, ACTIONS SHUT DOWN THE
  2064.  
  2065. PORT OF OAKLAND FOR MORE THAN 14 HOURS. IF THIS MOVEMENT WERE TO
  2066. SPREAD TO THE PORT OF LONG BEACH, THE SECOND BUSIEST PORT IN THE
  2067. UNITED STATES, THE DISRUPTION OF PORT OPERATIONS RESULTING IN CARGO
  2068.  
  2069. REACHING THEIR REQUIRED DESTINATIONS LATE COULD HAVE MUCH MORE
  2070.  
  2071. SERIOUS EFFECTS ON THE SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK IN THE UNITED STATES.
  2072.  
  2073. D. (U/[fig
  2074.  
  2075. Outside the Scope per Coast Guard
  2076.  
  2077. COUNTRY: (U) United States (USA).
  2078.  
  2079. .-.4
  2080.  
  2081.  
  2082.  
  2083. PAGE 3 I A
  2084. IPSP: (U)
  2085.  
  2086. THIS IS A COMBINED MESSAGE
  2087.  
  2088. SUBJ: IIR 4 129 0426 OF OCCUPY WALL STREET IN PORT OF
  2089. OAKLAND (U//fixfg).
  2090.  
  2091. WARNING: (U) THIS IS AN INFORMATION REPORT, NOT FINALLY
  2092. EVALUATED INTELLIGENCE. REPORT CLASSIFIED
  2093.  
  2094. I A L.
  2095.  
  2096. DOI: (U) 20111102.
  2097.  
  2098. REQS: (U) 3872.1.6.1.12; 1000.1.1.1.1|
  2099.  
  2100. (04 NOV 2011) 1b7E Pear Coast Guard
  2101. SOURCE:
  2102.  
  2103. SOURCE A
  2104.  
  2105. 1. SOURCE IDENTIFIER
  2106.  
  2107. 2. SOURCE DESCRIPTION -- OF THE USCG.
  2108.  
  2109. 3. O) CONTEXT STATEMENT MEMBER OBSERVED ACTIVITY DURING THE
  2110.  
  2111. COURSE OF OFFICIAL DUTIES. SOURCE IS RELIABLE AND CREDIBLE.
  2112.  
  2113. rs;
  2114.  
  2115. PAGE 4 I A
  2116.  
  2117. nu
  2118.  
  2119. SUMMARY: (U) SEE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, TEXT PARAGRAPH 1, BELOW.
  2120. TEXT: 1. XECUTWE SUMMARY. ON 02 NOV 11, OCCUPY OAKLAND,
  2121. AN OFF-SHOOT OF THE OCCUPY WALL STREET MOVEMENT, CALLED FOR A
  2122. GENERAL 1
  2123.  
  2124. STRIKE AND FOR THE SHUTDOWN OF THE PORT OF OAKLAND. THIS WAS A
  2125. RESPONSE TO THE POLICE ACTION TAKEN AGAINST OCCUPY OAKLAND
  2126. PROTESTERS
  2127.  
  2128. IN DOWNTOWN OAKLAND NOV 11, OCCUPY OAKLAND, AN OFF-SHOOT OF THE OCCUPY
  2129. WALL STREET MOVEMENT, CALLED FOR A GENERAL STRIKE AND FOR THE
  2130. SHUTDOWN OF THE PORT OF OAKLAND. THIS WAS A RESPONSE To THE POLICE
  2131.  
  2132. ACTION TAKEN AGAINST OCCUPY OAKLAND PROTESTERS IN DOWNTOWN
  2133. OAKLAND ON
  2134. 26 OCT 11.
  2135.  
  2136. 3. OCCUPY OAKLAND PLANNED TO LIBERATE OAKLAND THROUGH A
  2137.  
  2138. GENERAL STRIKE AND MASS DAY OF ACTION ON 02 NOV 11. PEOPLE WERE
  2139. ENCOURAGED NOT TO GO TO WORK AND TO GATHER IN THE STREETS OF
  2140. DOWNTOWN
  2141.  
  2142. OAKLAND. PEOPLE WERE ALSO ASKED TO JOIN IN ON MARCHES TO SHUT DOWN
  2143.  
  2144. BIG AS WELL AS IN RALLIES TO BUILD SUPPORT AND SOLIDARITY FOR
  2145.  
  2146. r-ud
  2147.  
  2148. PAGE 5 IA
  2149. THE OCCUPY WALL STREET MOVEMENT. THE FINAL PLANNED EVENT WAS TO
  2150.  
  2151. SHUTDOWN THE PORT OF OAKLAND. OCCUPY OAKLAND MADE SEVERAL
  2152.  
  2153. REFERENCES
  2154. TO HISTORY OF CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE AND MANY OF THE POSTERS
  2155.  
  2156. AND POSTINGS FOR THE GENERAL STRIKE AND A MASS DAY OF ACTION
  2157. SPECIFICALLY MENTIONED THE LAST GENERAL STRIKE IN THE UNITED STATES,
  2158.  
  2159. WHICH WAS HELD IN OAKLAND IN 1946.
  2160.  
  2161. 4. AT APPROXIMATELY 1700 LOCAL, 3,000 PEOPLE GATHERED IN
  2162. DOWNTOWN OAKLAND AND BEGAN TOWARD THE PORT OF OAKLAND. THERE
  2163. WERE
  2164.  
  2165. OTHER REPORTS THE PARTICIPANTS RANGED BETWEEN 7,000 TO OVER 10,000
  2166. PEOPLE. BY APPROXIMATELY 1900 LOCAL, THE PORT OF OAKLAND CALLED OFF
  2167.  
  2168. THE EVENING SHIFT OF LONGSHOREMEN AND OCCUPY OAKLAND DECLARED
  2169. VICTORY. AFTER SEVERAL HOURS OF BLOCKING THE ENTRANCES INTO THE
  2170. PORT
  2171.  
  2172. OF OAKLAND TERMINALS, PREVENTING LONGSHOREMEN AND TRUCKS FROM
  2173. ENTERING OR EXITING, CROWDS BEGAN TO LEAVE AND RETURN TO
  2174. DOWNTOWN
  2175.  
  2176. OAKLAND. ENTRANCES WERE BLOCKED USING A COMBINATION OF CHAIN LINK
  2177. FENCING AND HUMAN LINKS AS WELL AS OTHER TACTICS SUCH AS SITTING OR
  2178.  
  2179. LYING DOWN IN THE MIDDLE OF ROADS AND SIDEWALKS.
  2180.  
  2181. 5. ON 03 NOV 11 AT 0300 LOCAL, LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT
  2182.  
  2183. PAGE 6 I A
  2184. PERSONNEL SUPPRESSE VIOLENCE PERPETRATED BY A SMALL GROUP OF
  2185. INDIVIDUALS. THE MAJORITY OF THESE INDIVIDUALS WERE MEMBERS OF THE
  2186.  
  2187. WHO ARE BELIEVED TO BE BLACK-MASKED
  2188. ANARCHISTS WHOSE ACTIONS INCLUDED: VANDALISM OF SMALL BUSINESSES,
  2189.  
  2190. SETTING FIRES IN DOWNTOWN OAKLAND, AND PHYSICAL CLASHES WITH THE
  2191.  
  2192. OAKLAND POLICE. THESE ACTIONS LED TO THE ARREST OF THIRTY
  2193. INDIVIDUALS. NINE OF THE INDIVIDUALS WERE OAKLAND RESIDENTS AND IT
  2194. WAS UNKNOWN WHERE THE OTHERS RESIDED. OCCUPY OAKLAND SPOKESMEN
  2195.  
  2196. MADE
  2197. STATEMENTS DENOUNCING THIS VIOLENCE, CLAIIVIING THOSE WHO COMMITTED
  2198.  
  2199. VIOLENT ACTS WERE NOT A PART OF OCCUPY OAKLAND OR THE OCCUPY WALL
  2200.  
  2201. STREET MOVEMENT, AND RESTATED VIOLENCE WAS NOT THEIR INTENDED
  2202. PURPOSE. THE PORT OF OAKLAND FULLY REOPENED AND RESUMED NORMAL
  2203.  
  2204. OPERATIONS BY 0700 LOCAL ON 03 NOV the Scope per Coast Guard
  2205.  
  2206. I-nu
  2207.  
  2208. COMMENTS: (Headquarters Comments) 1
  2209.  
  2210. (Field Comments) 1. (U//Eetfi) OCCUPY OAKLAND WAS SUCCESSFUL IN THE
  2211. DISRUPTION, BUT NOT THE SHUTDOWN, OF THE PORT OF OAKLAND. THE
  2212.  
  2213. r-.4
  2214.  
  2215.  
  2216.  
  2217. PAGE 7 I A
  2218.  
  2219. PROTESTERS DELAYED SOME SHIPPING TRAFFIC, WHILE OTHER SHIPPING
  2220. TRAFFIC WAS ABLE TO DEPART AND ARRIVE ON TIME. THREE SHIPS WERE
  2221. DELAYED IN THEIR DEPARTURE AND FOUR SHIPS WERE DELAYED IN THEIR
  2222. ARRIVAL AND SENT TO ANCHORAGE T0 AWAIT PIER SPACE. AS THE
  2223. PROTESTERS
  2224.  
  2225. BEGAN TO LEAVE FROM THE PORT OF OAKLAND TERMINALS, A LIMITED
  2226. NUMBER
  2227.  
  2228. OF LONGSHOREMEN AND TRUCKS WERE ABLE TO ENTER AND EXIT. THE MAIN
  2229.  
  2230. ENTRANCE TO THE PORT OF OAKLAND WAS THE LAST ENTRANCE TO REOPEN,
  2231.  
  2232. BUT
  2233. REOPENED SHORTLY AFTER 0700 LOCAL. THERE WERE NO PHYSICAL CLASHES
  2234.  
  2235. BETWEEN THE PROTESTERS, THE LONGSHOREMEN, OR THE TRUCK DRIVERS.
  2236.  
  2237. THE
  2238. LONGSHOREMEN AND TRUCK DRIVERS WERE SYMPATHETIC TOWARDS THE
  2239.  
  2240. OCCUPY
  2241. WALL STREET MOVEMENT. THERE WERE NO SECURITY BREACHES AT ANY OF
  2242.  
  2243. THE
  2244. TERMINALS. OCCUPY OAKLAND HAD NO PLANS TO SHUT DOWN THE PORT OF
  2245.  
  2246. OAKLAND AGAIN.
  2247.  
  2248. 2. (U) CITE: COMCOGARD
  2249.  
  2250. b7E per Coast Guard
  2251.  
  2252. S. I I
  2253.  
  2254. 4. (U) ANALYST EVALUATIONS AND COMMENTS ARE ENCOURAGED.
  2255. START OF SECTION 2
  2256.  
  2257. 5. POC Information: THE POC FOR THIS REPORT IS THE COAST
  2258. GUARD REPORTS OFFICER TEAM
  2259.  
  2260. r-n1
  2261.  
  2262. 1:33 [l0USCl30b}
  2263. b6
  2264.  
  2265. rug
  2266.  
  2267. TIAL
  2268. 6. (U) Source A is available fo recontact.
  2269.  
  2270. COLL: (U) XA.
  2271.  
  2272. INSTR: (U) U.S. NO.
  2273.  
  2274. PREP: (U) 434401; 471111.
  2275.  
  2276. ACQ: (U) PORT OF OAKLAND, CA (2o1111o2).
  2277.  
  2278. WARNING: (U) REPORT CLASSIFIED
  2279. mfiwi L.
  2280.  
  2281. CLASSIFIED BY: 47-0004.
  2282.  
  2283. I-u
  2284.  
  2285. ALL IEIFDEQ-IATIDEE
  2286. EIEREIEJ TJEIZLASEIFIED
  2287. IRATE C53-EFEI-EDIE Eff
  2288.  
  2289. UNCLASSIFIED
  2290.  
  2291. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  2292.  
  2293. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 10/25/2011
  2294. To: Albany
  2295.  
  2296. From: Albany
  2297.  
  2298. Squad 5
  2299. Contact:
  2300. b6
  2301. Approved By. b?A
  2302. b7C
  2303. Drafted By: b7E
  2304.  
  2305. Case ID I "Pending)
  2306.  
  2307. Title: CAMPUS LIAISON
  2308. Liaison Matters
  2309.  
  2310. Synopsis: To document dissemination and claim appropriate
  2311. statistical accomplishments.
  2312.  
  2313. Details: On 10/24/2011 writer disseminated two intelligence
  2314. products from the Campus Liaison Program to sixteen (16)
  2315. different campus police officials. The information described the
  2316. animal rights extremist_website NEGOTIATION IS OVER and the call
  2317. therein for violent action against undergraduate and graduate
  2318. students studying the life sciences.
  2319.  
  2320.  
  2321.  
  2322. Oswego contacted writer to re uest information regarding the
  2323.  
  2324. OCCUPY WALL STREET protests.  dvised that a small
  2325. group of OCCUPY WALL STREET protesters ad established an
  2326.  
  2327. encampment on the grounds of SUNY--Oswego. That group is
  2328. primarily comprised of students, but also occasionally includes
  2329.  
  2330. professors. The group has been cam irg in tents and b6
  2331. demonstrating peacefully. I asked whether any other b7C
  2332. campuses were experiencing the same encampments, and wanted to
  2333. know whether the FBI knew when these protests were scheduled to
  2334.  
  2335. end. Writer contacted FBIHQ CLI IA to pass along
  2336. the request for information. as a sc eduled meeting
  2337. with the OCCUPY WALL STREET ro es ers on Thursday, October 27,
  2338.  
  2339. 2011. Writer advised that no further information was
  2340. currently available regarding OCCUPY WALL STREET and there were
  2341. no visible trends of such activities on college campuses.
  2342.  
  2343. UNCLASSIFIED
  2344.  
  2345. UNCLASSIFIED
  2346.  
  2347. To: Albany From: Albany
  2348.  
  2349. Re: 10/25/2011
  2350. -- I
  2351. advised that another unrelated group EEC
  2352.  
  2353. appeared on campus, apparently trying to 'latch on' to the
  2354. existing OCCUPY WALL STREET protesters. The unrelated group was
  2355. from a religions/evangelistic group known as LIVING WATERS. They
  2356. had an anti--abortion campaign entitled "180" and demonstrated on
  2357. campus. Members of the LIVING WATERS protest group were not
  2358. cooperative with campus public safety officials and repeatedly
  2359. disregarded the stated rules for protesting. Accordingly,
  2360. because they were unruly and causing problems with the operation
  2361. of the school, members of the LIVING WATERS protest were escorted
  2362. off of the SUNY--Oswego property by public safety officers.
  2363.  
  2364. On 10/26/2011 writer disseminated the intelligence
  2365. products to six (6) additional campus police officials.
  2366.  
  2367. Several campus law enforcement officials contacted writer
  2368. to discuss the information and to arrange for later meetings.
  2369.  
  2370. UNCLASSIFIED
  2371.  
  2372. - 2
  2373.  
  2374. UNCLASSIFIED
  2375.  
  2376. To; Albanv From- Albaqy
  2377. Re: 10/25/2011
  2378.  
  2379. Accomplishment Information:
  2380.  
  2381. Number: 22
  2382.  
  2383. Type: CTD CLI INTELLIGENCE DISSEMINATED
  2384.  
  2385. ITU: CAMPUS LIAISON INITIATIVE
  2386.  
  2387. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  2388.  
  2389. Claimed By:
  2390. SSN:
  2391. Name:
  2392. Squad: 6 Syracuse
  2393.  
  2394. Number: 22
  2395.  
  2396. Type: CTD CLI LIAISON
  2397.  
  2398. ITU: CAMPUS LIAISON INITIATIVE
  2399.  
  2400. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  2401.  
  2402. Claimed By-
  2403. SSN:
  2404. Name:
  2405. Squad: 6 Syracuse
  2406.  
  2407. Number: 1
  2408. Type: CTD CLI REQUEST FOR INFORMATION
  2409. ITU: CAMPUS LIAISON INITIATIVE
  2410. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  2411. Claimed By:
  2412. SSN:
  2413. Name:
  2414. Squad: 6 Syracuse
  2415.  
  2416. O9
  2417.  
  2418. UNCLASSIFIED
  2419.  
  2420. 3
  2421.  
  2422. ALL cmirrmxaan
  2423. EEREIH 1:5 MTE:
  2424.  
  2425. HERE
  2426. flev.05-01-2008)
  2427.  
  2428. SECRE
  2429.  
  2430. DTEEREIEE
  2431.  
  2432. OFORN
  2433.  
  2434.  
  2435. REASUH: 1:4
  2436.  
  2437. DEELAESIFY EH: 83-39-303?
  2438.  
  2439. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  2440.  
  2441.  
  2442.      
  2443.  
  2444.  
  2445.  
  2446.  
  2447.  
  2448.  
  2449. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/28/2011
  2450. To: Anchorage
  2451. From: Anchorage
  2452. - NS--2 b6
  2453. Contact: SA b7C
  2454. Approved By:
  2455. Drafted By: I Iddc
  2456. (El Case ID (Pending) bl
  2457. iE)"Tit19imnr b?E
  2458. TIRE ASSESSMENT BEGIN:
  2459. Synopsis: Meeting with Port Facility Security Officer
  2460. regarding his concerns for the Occupy the Port movement scheduled
  2461. for l2/l2/20ll.
  2462. Derived From SCG-20090615
  2463. 1 On: 20361128
  2464. Enc1osure(s): Enclosed are the following documents
  2465. provided by the Facility Security Officer:
  2466. 1) Email from Subiect: Occupy the Port
  2467. 2) LinkedIn profile for
  2468. 3) Facebook printout concerning the Occupy the Port
  2469. movement b5
  2470. b?C
  2471. Details: FOUO) On ll/28/2011, SA I
  2472. and SA met with] |(ilalSOn contact AN-
  2473. 180), Port of Anchorage,| I
  2474. his concerns for the Occupy Anchorage movement
  2475. speci ically the Occupy the Port movement scheduled for
  2476.  
  2477. 12/12/2011.
  2478.  
  2479. SECRE
  2480.  
  2481. OFORN
  2482.  
  2483. SEC NOFORN
  2484.  
  2485. TO: Anchorage From - Anchor 11/27/2011, received an email
  2486. from| I
  2487.  
  2488. C51
  2489.  
  2490. I regarding the Occupy the Port movement on
  2491. 12/12/2011. wrote that he came across the following while
  2492. perusing various internet sites and the below are excerpts from
  2493.  
  2494. his email (the actual email and other documents provided by
  2495. ave been attached as enclosures to this EC):
  2496.  
  2497. "Occupy the Port: December 12th. Today our General
  2498.  
  2499. Assembly approved a proposal to begin working on standing in
  2500. solidarity with Occupy Oakland's call to shut down all ports on
  2501. the west coast on December 12th, in response to the nationwide
  2502. coordinated crackdown on the Occupy movement, and attacks on
  2503. workers and worker's rights everywhere. We need to hit the 1%
  2504. where it hurts: their wallets. The economy is run by the 99%,
  2505. yet benefits mainly the We need to send a message: we are
  2506. willing to risk our personal well--being for social justice, and
  2507. the system ignores us at its own peril.
  2508.  
  2509. The Anchorage port is an especially powerful symbol of
  2510. corrupt politics. Having spent billions of dollars on our port,
  2511. former Governor Sheffield has been unable to deliver
  2512. corresponding value, and yet we continue to pour money into what
  2513. has become a black hole of corruption and incompetence."
  2514.  
  2515. main concern is the safety of the
  2516. personnel at the Port and the amount of disruption a movement
  2517. - is one could have on the Port's daily operations.
  2518. stated the movement being scheduled for the 12th is
  2519. somewhat of a positive for the Port because the 12th is a Monday
  2520. and it is between normal ship days which are Sunday and Tuesday.
  2521. Therefore, the movement should have a minimal impact on the
  2522. Port's operations. be
  2523.  
  2524. b7C
  2525. consulted with the
  2526.  
  2527. Anchorage Municipal Manager and obtained his approval to attend a
  2528. meeting scheduled for 11/30/2011 to plan the Occupy the Port
  2529. movement. stated he intended the
  2530. wall and not disclose his affiliation with the Port, in hopes of
  2531. identifying how significant of a threat this movement may be to
  2532. the safety and operations at the Port.
  2533.  
  2534. the agents if the thought
  2535. it would be okay for him to attend this meeting.
  2536. informed that as long as he felt comfortable and ere was no
  2537.  
  2538. threat of harm to him, the agents did not see any concerns with
  2539.  
  2540. ORN
  2541.  
  2542. 2
  2543.  
  2544. ts: EZEIF
  2545.  
  2546. SECR NOFORN
  2547.  
  2548. Anchorage From:
  2549.  
  2550. ll/28/2011
  2551.  
  2552. him attending. was informed that his attendance would
  2553. be on behalf of the Port and at the direction of his leadership
  2554. because the FBI could not direct or ask him to attend this
  2555. meeting. stated that he understood this and his
  2556. attendance would be on behalf of the Port.
  2557.  
  2558. was advised that it would be a
  2559. good idea to reach out to the Anchora Pol' epartment (APD)
  2560. and make them aware of his concerns. informed that
  2561. he may also want to request the presence of an APD off' during
  2562. the event to help deter any potential issues. made
  2563. aware and understood that due to the first ame men rig ts the
  2564. FBI could not make an attempt to identify who made the initial
  2565. faceboo _osting organizing the Occupy the Port movement.
  2566.  
  2567. was informed that if any specific threats were made, he
  2568. ou initely notify the FBI because this would go beyond
  2569. someone exercising their rights of freedom of speech.
  2570.  
  2571. SA he would
  2572.  
  2573. notify the JTTF of the movement for their situational awareness
  2574. and he would provide| Iwith a point of Contact at APD who
  2575. may better be able to assistl |with any civil disturbance
  2576. concernsALL
  2577.  
  2578. IEFEEIH I53
  2579.  
  2580. BATE
  2581. (Rev. 05-01-2008)
  2582.  
  2583. UNCLASSIFIED
  2584.  
  2585. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  2586.  
  2587. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/17/2011
  2588. To: Boston
  2589. From: Boston
  2590.  
  2591. Portland RA
  2592. Contact: SA
  2593.  
  2594. fjb?
  2595. Approved By:
  2596. Drafted By:
  2597. 4? 7*
  2598. Case ID (Pending) b2"
  2599. {Dan  'b"E
  2600.  
  2601. Title: DOMESTIC TERRORISM
  2602.  
  2603.  
  2604. WMD
  2605.  
  2606.  
  2607. Synopsis: To report incident.
  2608.  
  2609. Details: During the early morning hours of October 23, 2011
  2610. officers from the Portland Police Department responded to a
  2611. "chemical bomb" call at Lincoln Park, 79 Pearl Street, Portland,
  2612. ME which is home to the Occupy Maine movement. (Note: occupy
  2613. Maine is an off-shoot of the Occupy Wall Street movement started
  2614. in September 2011). Several witnesses at the scene described this
  2615. incident as leading up to the event; on 10/23/2011, approximately
  2616. 2am a four door sedan was observed driving northbound on Pearl
  2617. Street and sounded its horn excessively. A few minutes later the
  2618. same vehicle was observed driving past the encampment with its
  2619. passenger yelling "Get a job". A few individuals observed the
  2620. vehicle drive by the encampment several more times. No one was
  2621. able to observe the license plate.
  2622.  
  2623. At approximately 4am, possibly the same vehicle was
  2624. observed driving by the encampment, however, this time several
  2625. individuals heard a can or bottle hit the ground in close
  2626. proximity to where they were seated. It sounded like a shot gun
  2627. going off. After the explosion a large amount of smoke was
  2628. observed coming from the area. No individuals were harmed. The
  2629. smoke had irritated the throats of a few individuals. The crime
  2630.  
  2631. UNCLASSIFIED
  2632.  
  2633. UNCLASSIFIED
  2634.  
  2635. To: Boston From: oston b7A
  2636. Re: ll/17/2011 b7E
  2637.  
  2638. scene was processed and the device found was determined to be a
  2639. "chemical bomb", which refers to a homemade device contained in a
  2640. plastic bottle holding Drano and tinfoil, pressure builds in the
  2641. bottle which causes the bottle to explode.
  2642.  
  2643. To date, no suspects have been developed and no other
  2644.  
  2645. incidents have been reported. This information is being provided
  2646. for informational purposes.
  2647.  
  2648. 99
  2649.  
  2650. UNCLASSIFIED
  2651.  
  2652. 2
  2653.  
  2654. Deetiment Details
  2655.  
  2656. Classification:
  2657. Authority:
  2658. SCI Flag:
  2659. IRS Tax:
  2660. FD 501:
  2661.  
  2662. Case ID:
  2663. Serial Number:
  2664.  
  2665. Download Document
  2666.  
  2667.  
  2668.  
  2669. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 12/02/2011
  2670. Charlotte
  2671. From: Charlotte
  2672.  
  2673. CT-2/Ralei
  2674.  
  2675. Contact 5
  2676. Approved By:
  2677. Draredsv: Iii>>
  2678.  
  2679. Title: CT PREPAREDNESS
  2680. WMD PREPAREDNESS
  2681.  
  2682. To:
  2683.  
  2684. Synopsis: To document dissemination of WMD information and claim
  2685. statistical accomplishment.
  2686.  
  2687. Details: On De notte Division WMD
  2688. Coordinator, 5 isseminated an
  2689. unclassified/Law Enforcement Sensitive WMDOU Bulletin,
  2690. that had been cleared to be shared with liaison partners.
  2691.  
  2692. The bulletin advised about Occupy Wall Street Mailings
  2693. that have become a part of the Occupy Wall Street groups strategy
  2694. to notify individuals of the perceived injustices of our
  2695. capitalistic society.
  2696.  
  2697. Several of the mailings have been found to have powder in
  2698.  
  2699. them, and this bulletin was disseminated to provide an awareness
  2700. to our local and state law enforcement counterparts.
  2701.  
  2702. Accomplishment lnfonnation;
  2703.  
  2704. Number: 1
  2705.  
  2706. ib7D
  2707. ALL Page 1 of]
  2708. IS
  2709. DIETE 33-39-3012 33Duration:
  2710. RuIe(6e):
  2711. Handling Caveats:
  2712. Secure Doc:
  2713.  
  2714.  
  2715.  
  2716.  
  2717.  
  2718. be
  2719.  
  2720. 337C
  2721.  
  2722.  
  2723. Type: INFO-OTHR INTEL PROD
  2724.  
  2725. ITU: PROGRAM
  2726.  
  2727. Claimed -
  2728. SSN
  2729. Name:
  2730. Squad:
  2731.  
  2732. Ori inatin
  2733. Offiiez 9 CE
  2734. Document Date: 1202/2011
  2735. Document Type:
  2736.  
  2737. To" CHARLOTTE
  2738.  
  2739. Author:
  2740.  
  2741. AND CLAIM
  2742.  
  2743. Responses: 0
  2744. Text:
  2745.  
  2746. FIF:
  2747.  
  2748. From:
  2749.  
  2750. Approver:
  2751.  
  2752. TO DOCUMENT DISSEMINATION OF WMD INFORMATION
  2753.  
  2754. 2/9/2012
  2755.  
  2756. E3
  2757.  
  2758. my
  2759.  
  2760. sac Norokf
  2761.  
  2762. usury
  2763.  
  2764. srufl
  2765.  
  2766. lvisiting CV Federal Reserve 9/28-29/ 11
  2767. (no reported threats); protests continue in NYC "Occupy Wall Street" after 10 days of
  2768.  
  2769. continuous presence (several hundred camping in nearby park) and arrests are gaining
  2770. - increasing media attention; NYPD officer pepper sprayed five persons in holding area
  2771. was broadcast by Anonymous (conducting live web feed of protests) and they have
  2772.  
  2773. posted personal descriptive/contact data that reportedly relates to
  2774.  
  2775. conducted the pepper spray.
  2776.  
  2777. SE,
  2778.  
  2779. E33
  2780.  
  2781.  
  2782.  
  2783. NYPD officer that
  2784.  
  2785. ib7C
  2786.  
  2787. .1073
  2788.  
  2789. lol
  2790.  
  2791.  
  2792.  
  2793. 1. An identified as of October planned to en Iacks .196
  2794. against protestors in Houston, Texas, if deemed necessary. An indentifiedl had ib7C
  2795. received intelligence that indicated the protesters in New York and Seattle planned similar protests in
  2796. Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin, Texas. lanned to gather intelligence against
  2797. the leaders of the protest groups and obtain photographs, then formulate a plan to kill the leadership via
  2798. suppressed sniper rifles. (Note: protests continued throughout the weekend with approximately 6000
  2799. persons in NYC. "Occupy Wall Street" protests have spread to about half of all states in the US, over a
  2800. dozen European and Asian cities, including protests in Cleveland l0/6-8/1 1 at Willard Park which was
  2801. initially attended by hundreds of protestersSE-CR
  2802.  
  2803. ALL CEEI-TTAIMED
  2804. EEFEIIJ I55
  2805. BAKE
  2806.  
  2807. UNCLASSIFIED
  2808.  
  2809. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  2810.  
  2811. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/23/2011
  2812. To: Jackson
  2813.  
  2814. From: Jackson Division
  2815. Squad 10 FIG
  2816.  
  2817. Contact:
  2818. Approved By: I
  2819. I306
  2820. Drafted By: f7%
  2821. b7c
  2822. Case ID Pen ing) b7E
  2823. (Pending)
  2824.  
  2825. Title: STATISTICAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
  2826. Synopsis: To document a Bank Security Group meeting and to claim
  2827. statistical accomplishments on the White Collar Crime Program.
  2828. Details: On Wovember 16, 2011, IA and FA
  2829. I attended a Bank Security Group meeting located at
  2830. the Peoples Bank in Biloxi, Mississippi. The meeting consists of
  2831. approximately 25 individuals representing other financial
  2832. institutions and other law enforcement agencies, such as Bancorp
  2833. South Bank, Hancock Bank, Peoples Bank, Regions Bank, Keesler
  2834. Federal Credit Union, Mississippi State Auditors Office, and
  2835. Biloxi Police Department. be
  2836. b7C
  2837.  
  2838. Topics pertaining to financial schemes were discussed during the
  2839. meeting and information was shared within the banking community
  2840. on numerous individuals involved in fraudulent financial
  2841. activities. A fraud alert was revealed by Hancock Bank Security
  2842.  
  2843. Iregarding an "occupy Wall Street" type protest
  2844. to lock down banks. The group announced that December 7, 2011
  2845. will be known as "National Bad Bank The group has
  2846. few followers on their Facebook page; however, they or attempting
  2847. to organize a group to utilized either a "sit--in method" or
  2848. locks" to lock the bank doors from the outside.
  2849.  
  2850. IA also briefed the working group of an ongoing
  2851. counterfeit check scheme operating on the Gulf Coast. IA
  2852.  
  2853. UNCLASSIFIED
  2854.  
  2855. UNCLASSIFIED
  2856.  
  2857. To: Jackson From: Jackson Division
  2858.  
  2859. Re: I 11/23/2011
  2860.  
  2861. referenced the on going Pascagoula Police investigation regarding i?i
  2862. Any questions regarding this matter should be b7E
  2863.  
  2864. directed to
  2865. Accomplishment Information:
  2866.  
  2867. Number: 2
  2868.  
  2869. Type: DI-LIAISON--CONTACT
  2870.  
  2871. ITU: INTEL PROGRAM
  2872.  
  2873. Claimed By-
  2874. SSN:
  2875. Name:
  2876. Squad: Squad 10
  2877.  
  2878. Number: 3
  2879.  
  2880. Type: DI-LIAISON-CONTACT ORGANIZATION)
  2881.  
  2882. ITU: INTEL PROGRAM
  2883.  
  2884. Claimed By:
  2885. SSN:
  2886. Name:
  2887. Squad: Squad 10
  2888.  
  2889. if
  2890. ox
  2891.  
  2892.  
  2893. Number: 1
  2894.  
  2895. Type: OPERATIONALLY CONTROLLED MEETING
  2896.  
  2897. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  2898.  
  2899. Claimed By:
  2900. SSN:
  2901. Name:
  2902. Squad: Squad 10
  2903.  
  2904. 96
  2905.  
  2906. UNCLASSIFIED
  2907.  
  2908. 2
  2909.  
  2910.  Page 1 Of.4
  2911. I3
  2912. EVE
  2913.  
  2914. UNCLASSIFIED
  2915. Current Step: Current Res arty: 135
  2916. Supervisor Review I EJK) (FBI)
  2917. FD-71
  2918. Revised
  2919. 08-22-2011
  2920. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  2921. COM ASSESSME NT FORM
  2922. ADMINISTRATION
  2923. Classification:
  2924.  
  2925. (R)Unclassified Oconfidential Osecret
  2926. Dissemination controls:
  2927.  
  2928. DNOFORNUORCONDFOUODPROPIN ULESDRELIDOEIFISAUFGIUREL TO
  2929.  
  2930. '3 Edit Classification Text
  2931. UNCLASSIFIED
  2932. Restrict Document Permissions
  2933.  
  2934. Restricting the document permissions means that only the users listed on this form as the Supervisor, the Investigator, or those added
  2935. through the SIM or Disseminate To features will be able to open and read this FD-71. Additional users may be granted access as
  2936. appropriate by using the form's Disseminate to Others field, though they may not be notified automatically.
  2937.  
  2938. Unrestricted
  2939.  
  2940. RECEIVED BY Status: Priority:
  2941. Name (FBI) Pending Routine
  2942.  
  2943. Enter the last name, first name, and click the Search button. Counterterrorism. Domestic Terrorism, Cvber Terrorism. and WMD
  2944. I Incident Types must be reported through Guardian, and not this form.
  2945.  
  2946. Ema" I Incident Type: Receipt Method:
  2947. Criminal Activity Telephone
  2948. Received On: Last Updated:
  2949. 10/10/2011 1o/10/2011
  2950. 0l'i9i0at0F TVDEI Originating Agency: IOri inatorT
  2951. Complainant b7C
  2952. Responsible Office (Show Legats? RA. Responsible Squad (AC5 Designation).
  2953. Jacksonville DBRA 9
  2954. Is this Assessment a spinoff from a Type 3 - 6 Assessment, or an existing predicated investigation?
  2955. No
  2956. RESPONSIBLE INVESTIGATOR RESPONSIW-E SUPERVISOR
  2957. Name I Name  (FBI)
  2958. Enter the last name, first name, and click the Search button. Enter the last name. ill'-'at name. and Click the Search 0Uft00-
  2959. Email Email I
  2960.  
  2961. SUMMARY
  2962. Synopsis of Complaint:
  2963. Alleged threats to upcoming protest (October 15, 2011).
  2964.  
  2965. SENSITIVE INVESTIGATIVE MATTER
  2966. A "Sensitive Investigative Matter" (SIM) relates to investigative activities where the nature of the person or
  2967. group being assessed should be brought to the attention of FBI Headquarters and other D0.) officials. CDC
  2968. review and SAC approval is required for ali SIMs. Use the checkbox below to signify that this assessment is a
  2969. SIM. Once the box is checked, foliow the prompts on the form to provide additional details regarding the SIM.
  2970. Sensitive Investigative Matter
  2971. Details of the Complaint:
  2972.  
  2973. Complainant is concerned about reporting the matter to the local police as well due to their reputation. Complainant does not want them to
  2974.  
  2975. interfere with the protest.
  2976.  
  2977. 119713
  2978. 2/22/2012
  2979.  
  2980. Page 2 of 4
  2981.  
  2982. 0ccurrence(s): Time:
  2983. From: To: Duration: Duration Units:
  2984. COMPLAINANT
  2985. Com laint Receive Date of Complaint: me of Complaint:
  2986. 10/10/2011 2:35:00 PM be
  2987. Name: Gender: Date of Birth: 1197C
  2988.  
  2989. 2| Female (F)
  2990. Address: Telefihone:
  2991.  
  2992. Email Address:
  2993.  
  2994. SUBJECT
  2995. Last Name or Organization Name: First Name: Middle Initial: Social Security Number:
  2996. - . I
  2997.  
  2998. Date of 5-,rth. Place of Birth: hone Type Phone Num er
  2999.  
  3000. Gender: Build: Complexion:
  3001.  
  3002. Hair Color: Color: Feet' mches'
  3003.  
  3004. Height:
  3005. weight: Age: Facial Hair:
  3006. Accent: Race: _Driver's License Number:
  3007. 0 Yes
  3008. US Person 0 No
  3009. (R) Unknown
  3010. DES I"i manninricma: m-  
  3011. 1397::
  3012.  
  3013. Address:
  3014.  
  3015. Other Names:
  3016.  
  3017. Other Addresses:
  3018.  
  3019. Scar/Tattoo Description:
  3020.  
  3021. Associate(s):
  3022. Weapon(s):
  3023. Weapon Description:
  3024.  
  3025. Vehicle(s):
  3026.  
  3027. INVESTIGATIVE METHODS
  3028. If an Investigator has been assigned to conduct an assessment, all investigative methods used during this
  3029. assessment must be reported on the form. The Add Method button can be used to create additional Method
  3030. sections as needed. The Method Explanation field should be used to describe the results of each individual
  3031.  
  3032. Method options: use online services and resources
  3033. Selected Method:
  3034.  
  3035.  
  3036. 2/22/2012
  3037.  
  3038. Page 3 of 4
  3039.  
  3040. Method Explanation:
  3041.  
  3042. Viewed forum in question.
  3043.  
  3044. No overt threats, but appeared to be verbal "grandstanding."
  3045.  
  3046. Appear to be several police officers on the forum, though not identifiable to a specific department.
  3047.  
  3048. When two of the forum posters exchanged verbal insults, a moderator stepped in.
  3049.  
  3050. Method Options: Interview or request information from members of the public and private entities
  3051. Selected Method:
  3052.  
  3053. Met n:
  3054. TFOI Imet withl Iafter the Occupy Daytona planning meeting on 10/10/11.
  3055.  
  3056. fputl Iin touch with Daytona Beach Police resources for questions and legal issues. Captain
  3057. I |also attended Ocuppy's second meeting on 10/11/11.
  3058.  
  3059. Method Options: Physical Surveillance other than or Aviation
  3060. Selected Method:
  3061.  
  3062. Method Ex lanation:
  3063. TF attended Occupy's meeting on 10/10/11 to gauge crowd size and ascertain location and times for
  3064. protests. Group appeared to be peaceful in nature.
  3065.  
  3066. FINDINGS
  3067. Recommended Classification: Recommended Alpha:
  3068.  
  3069. Disseminate to FIG
  3070.  
  3071. Disseminate to Others
  3072.  
  3073. Recommended Action:
  3074.  
  3075. Close Assessment, Upload to Case File
  3076. Date:
  3077.  
  3078. 10/ 16/201 1
  3079.  
  3080. Assessment Findings:
  3081.  
  3082. Group appears to be peaceful, and investigator sees no Federal violations. Local police well aware of the
  3083. protests, and are meeting with Occupy's core group to alleviate miscues and allow dialogue.
  3084.  
  3085. Federal Violation:
  3086.  
  3087. l'lOl'|E
  3088.  
  3089. AUTHORIZED AND
  3090. none
  3091.  
  3092. SUPE RVISOR REVIEW
  3093.  
  3094. 1' isor:
  3095.  (FBI)
  3096.  
  3097. REVIEWS
  3098.  
  3099. Period Start Date: Days: upervisor Decision:
  3100. 10/11/2011 I
  3101. Date' 30 Start or Continue Assessment
  3102.  
  3103. 11/10/2011
  3104.  
  3105. MAM Comments
  3106.  
  3107. TFO Alex
  3108.  
  3109. Period Start Date: Days: upervisor Decision:
  3110.  
  3111. P?'i?d EM Date' Close Assessment, Upload to
  3112.  
  3113. r-I
  3114.  
  3115. 33
  3116. 2/22/2012
  3117.  
  3118. Page 4 of 4
  3119.  
  3120. Comments
  3121.  
  3122.  
  3123.  
  3124. office (show Legats? D): 'Classification: Alpha: File sub File Case ID: Uploaded: Serial:
  3125.  
  3126. Jacksonville I I I
  3127.  
  3128. Please Enter the Case File Number according to the format or Ex. 1-CE-12345, 123A--SU-C123456, PX
  3129. 415-O-ASSESS--I
  3130.  
  3131. [Case ID: I uploaded: Iserial:
  3132. AuthorNational Threat Priority CPI Code CPI Codes:
  3133. [Ease ID: I ploaded: Serial:
  3134. ATTACHMENTS
  3135. Upload to ACS
  3136. Description: Attachment:
  3137. Case ID: Serial Num:
  3138. File Attachment
  3139. UNCLASSZWIEXJ
  3140.  
  3141. 2/22/2012
  3142.  
  3143. ALL INFQFI-IATIDN
  3144. IS TJI-IEILELEESIFIED
  3145.  
  3146.  
  3147. (Rev.054n-2008)
  3148. OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  3149. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  3150. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 10/19/2011
  3151.  
  3152. To: Jacksonville
  3153.  
  3154. From: Jacksonville
  3155. Squad
  3156. Contact: DMCI
  3157.  
  3158. I "136
  3159.  
  3160. Approved By: b7A
  3161.  
  3162. b7C
  3163. Drafted By: I lkah b7E
  3164. Case ID
  3165. Title: DOMAIN PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
  3166.  
  3167. DOMESTIC TERRORISM
  3168.  
  3169. Synopsis: To document a briefing provided to Jacksonville Executive
  3170. Management (EM) on 11 October 2011 regarding the spread of Occupy Wall
  3171. Street.
  3172.  
  3173. Details: This electronic communication (EC) documents a briefing
  3174. regarding the spread of the occupy Wall Street Movement. On 10 October
  3175. 2011, writer provided an email via UNET identifying past and upcoming
  3176. meetings in the Jacksonville Area of Responsibility regarding the E6
  3177. emergence of Occupv chapters in and around the North Florida area to 37C
  3178. [the Counterterrorism Program Coordinator. Writer
  3179. recommended SSA consider establishing tripwires with the occupy
  3180. event coordinators regarding their observance of actions or comments
  3181. indicating violent tendencies by attendees.
  3182.  
  3183. During the 11 October 2011 intelligence meeting, writer
  3184. advised EM of the occupy venues and further advised they may provide
  3185. an outlet for a lone offender exploiting the movement for reasons
  3186. associated with general government dissatisfaction. Particularly, in
  3187. the Daytona, Gainesville, and Ocala Resident Agency territories as
  3188. portions of these territories were considered Central Florida where
  3189. some of the highest unemployment rates in Florida continue to exist.
  3190. Writer also informed EM this movement was spreading throughout Florida
  3191. and there were several Facebook pages dedicated to specific chapters
  3192. based on geographical areas.
  3193.  
  3194.  
  3195.  
  3196. On 13 2011, writer sent via email_an_axcernt_frim -by
  3197. the daily] Iregarding FB: Houston's to Egc
  3198.  
  3199. all IAs, SSRAs and SSA This identified the exploitation b3E
  3200.  
  3201. OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  3202.  
  3203.  OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  3204.  
  3205. To: Jacksonville From: Jacksonville b7A
  3206. Re: 10/19/2011 b7E
  3207. b6
  3208.  
  3209.  
  3210.  
  3211. of the Occupy Movement by
  3212. interested in developing a long--term plan to kill local Occupy leaders
  3213. via sniper fire.
  3214.  
  3215. 292l1kahO5ec.wpd
  3216. O0
  3217.  
  3218. OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  3219.  
  3220. 2
  3221.  
  3222. (Rcvosfilaoom EAEE as Sflfizefltfiflfiffififflfiw
  3223. UNCLASSIFIED
  3224. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  3225. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 12/05/2011
  3226. To: Jacksonville Attn: Squad 10
  3227.  
  3228. fiLL
  3229. EEREIH IS UEELEESIFIED
  3230.  
  3231. IA
  3232.  
  3233. From: yJacksonvil1e
  3234.  
  3235. Squad
  3236. Contact:
  3237.  
  3238. Approved By:|
  3239.  
  3240. Drafted By:
  3241.  
  3242. Case ID
  3243.  
  3244. (Pending)
  3245. {Do ding)
  3246.  
  3247. Title: TRIP WIRE INITIATIVE
  3248.  
  3249. INTEL 7
  3250. GAINESVILLE RESIDENT AGENCY
  3251.  
  3252. Synopsis: To document contact with a representative from
  3253. security for the Oaks Mall, Gainesville, Florida.
  3254.  
  3255. Details: On 11/10/2011. WTIVQT fm1aphOniCally contacted
  3256.  
  3257. The Oaks Mall, at
  3258.  
  3259. telephone number
  3260.  
  3261. The purpose of the Contact was
  3262.  
  3263. to advise her of the pending "Occupy Wall Street" protest which
  3264. was scheduled to shut--down various banks on 1/17/2011.
  3265.  
  3266. advised that the initial occupy Gainesville protest was a minor
  3267. distractipn for the Mall and she would be ready for the pending
  3268.  
  3269. protest.
  3270.  
  3271. advised that she would Contact the writer if
  3272.  
  3273. there were any anomalies.
  3274.  
  3275. UNCLASSIFIED
  3276.  
  3277. b?
  3278. b7A
  3279.  
  3280. b7C
  3281. b7E
  3282.  
  3283. b6
  3284. b7C
  3285.  
  3286. UNCLASSIFIED
  3287.  
  3288. To: Jacksonville From: Jacksonville
  3289. Re: |12/05/2011
  3290.  
  3291.  
  3292. Set Lead 1: (Info)
  3293. JACKSONVILLE
  3294. AT JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
  3295.  
  3296. Read and clear.
  3297.  
  3298. 99
  3299.  
  3300. UNCLASSIFIED
  3301.  
  3302. 2
  3303.  
  3304.  
  3305. b7E
  3306.  
  3307. ALL
  3308.  
  3309. EEREII-I IS
  3310.  
  3311.  
  3312. FD-542 (Rev. 03-23-2009)
  3313.  
  3314. UNCLASSIFIED
  3315.  
  3316. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  3317.  
  3318. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 10/20/2011
  3319. To: Los Angeles
  3320. From: .Los Angeles
  3321.  
  3322. I-1
  3323. Contactb7c
  3324. Drafted By: b7E
  3325. I
  3326. Case ID ITPenaing)
  3327. I (P=nding)
  3328. Title: INTELLIGENCE BRIEFINGS OR QIAISON
  3329. SQUAD I-1
  3330. MASS TRANSPORTATION (SURFACE)
  3331.  
  3332. Synopsis: To document liaison contact and claim statistical
  3333. accomplishment.
  3334. Details: On 10-19-2011, SA met with Los Anqeles
  3335. County Sheriffs (LASD) Lieutenant] lis
  3336. part of the LASD Transit Security Bureau (TSB.)
  3337. office is located in the Metropolitan Transit Au
  3338. headquarters, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
  3339.  
  3340. stated transit related crime in Los Angeles
  3341. County has gone up recently. Most of the crime involves minor
  3342. theft and vandalism, but the number of robberies, assaults and
  3343. other violent crimes have also risen. - igc
  3344.  
  3345. blames the rising crime rate on mostly economic
  3346. factors. In tough economic times, many shelters and care
  3347. facilities for mentally ill individuals and drug users either
  3348. close or have to turn people away. The aforementioned people
  3349. account for a large percentage of the transit crime in the County
  3350. of Los Angeles.
  3351.  
  3352. also mentioned the number of assaults on Transit
  3353. Securit bureau eputies has gone up to around five or six a
  3354. month. According reasons for this are the above
  3355. mentioned factors and recent news stories regarding the
  3356.  
  3357. UNCLASSIFIED
  3358.  
  3359. UNCLASSIFIED
  3360.  
  3361. To: Los Anqeles From: Los Angeles
  3362. Re: 10/20/2011 0'
  3363. mistreatment of inmates in the LASD jails. stated many
  3364. individuals stopped by Deputies are "verbal abusive' often
  3365. screaming at Deputies about "beatings" in the jails. This type
  3366.  
  3367. of behavior from an uncooperative (and possibly unstable)
  3368.  
  3369. individual can often lead to a use of force. b6
  3370.  
  3371. On lO~l9--2011~a peaceful protest by the "Occu W111 --
  3372. Street" movement occurred on a Blue Line train. stated big
  3373. the protesters had a purchased tickets and were a 1
  3374. cooperative. lis concerned however about what may happen
  3375. if the "Occupy a reet" protesters mix with the more violent
  3376.  
  3377. individuals upset about the alleged mistreatment of prisoners in
  3378. the LASD jails.
  3379.  
  3380. The aforementioned information was submitted to on
  3381. 10-20-2011,
  3382.  
  3383. UNCLASSIFIED
  3384.  
  3385. 2
  3386.  
  3387. UNCLASSIFIED
  3388.  
  3389. To: Los Angeles From: Los Angeles
  3390. Re: |1o/20/2011
  3391.  
  3392. Accomplishment Information:
  3393.  
  3394. Number: 1
  3395.  
  3396. Type: DI-LIAISON--CONTACT
  3397.  
  3398. ITU: INTEL PROGRAM
  3399.  
  3400. Claimed By:
  3401. SSN:
  3402. Name:
  3403. Squad: 1-1
  3404.  
  3405. 90
  3406.  
  3407. UNCLASSIFIED
  3408.  
  3409. 3
  3410.  
  3411. Iblix.
  3412. b7E
  3413.  
  3414. ALL IHFQPI-IELTIBH
  3415. IS
  3416. (Rev. 05-0|-2008) - DATE L3-39-35.12 BY
  3417.  
  3418. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  3419.  
  3420. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  3421.  
  3422. Precedence: ROUTINE A Date: 11/02/2011
  3423. To: Pittsburgh Attn: JTTF
  3424. From: Memphis
  3425.  
  3426. Squad 7/Nashv'lle RA
  3427. Contact: TFO
  3428.  
  3429. Approved By: 55
  3430.  
  3431. Drafted By: b7C
  3432.  
  3433. Case ID (Pending)
  3434.  
  3435. Title: SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
  3436. THREAT FAXED TO TN GOVERNORS OFFICE
  3437.  
  3438. Synopsis: To provide information on a threat faxed to the
  3439. Tennessee Governors Office over the occupy Wall Street Arrests.
  3440.  
  3441. Enc1osure(s): Attached to this EC is a copy of the faxed letter
  3442. sent to the Tennessee Governors Office. -
  3443.  
  3444. Details: (U) On 11/01/2011 Iwas given a copy of
  3445. a fax that had been received at the Tennessee Governors office on
  3446.  
  3447. 10/3112011. In fax aL_ I .
  3448. DOB address: ellevue, PA 15202,
  3449.  
  3450. stated that "it is wrong or the American government to aE%:E:e]
  3451. an to
  3452.  
  3453. very wealthy by taking arms against the American people".
  3454. went on to say that "law enforcement had drawn first bloo
  3455. continue this will lead to violent revolution".
  3456.  
  3457. (U) Database checks were conducted and a on
  3458. had been done by the Pittsburgh JTTF in January of 2011.
  3459. The] Istated thatl
  3460.  
  3461. 306jss0l
  3462.  
  3463. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  3464.  
  3465.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  3466.  
  3467. To: Pittsburgh
  3468. Re:|
  3469.  
  3470. From: Memphis
  3471. |11/02/2011
  3472.  
  3473. (U) The information from the previous and a
  3474. co of the fax sent to the TN Governors Office was presented to
  3475. the US Attorneys Office. AUSAI _advised that
  3476. ince subject was not a Tennessee resident he declined
  3477. prosecution on the matter. Due to a lack of specific threats
  3478. aimed at TN law enforcement or government officials no further
  3479. investigation will take place by Memphis/Nashville JTTF at this
  3480.  
  3481. time. A Follow up will be conducted if any new information is
  3482. received. -
  3483.  
  3484. (U) An e--mail was sent on 11/01/2011 to TFO with
  3485. the Pittsburg, JTTF. The e--mail was to a vise h-m of the fax and
  3486. to make him aware of the threats made by
  3487.  
  3488. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  3489.  
  3490. 2
  3491.  
  3492.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  3493.  
  3494. To: Pittsburgh From: Memphis
  3495. Re: Ill/O2/2011 b7A
  3496.  
  3497.  
  3498. Set Lead 1: (Info)
  3499. PITTSBURGH
  3500. AT PITTSBURGH, PA
  3501. For information only and whatever action deemed
  3502.  
  3503. necessary.
  3504.  
  3505. 69
  3506.  
  3507. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  3508.  
  3509. 3
  3510.  
  3511.  
  3512. CIEII
  3513. FD-542 (Rev. 03-23-2009)
  3514.  
  3515.  
  3516.  
  3517. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  3518.  
  3519. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 12/09/2011
  3520. To: Memphis
  3521.  
  3522. From: Memphis
  3523. Squad 13/ FIG
  3524.  
  3525. Contact:|
  3526. Approved By: b6
  3527. b7A
  3528. Drafted By: b7C
  3529. b7E
  3530. gm Case ID #1 1111 eg) (Pending)
  3531.  
  3532. Intelligence Briefing and Liaison
  3533. Memphis Division Joint Terrorism Task Force
  3534.  
  3535. Synopsis: (U) To provide documentation of creating and
  3536.  
  3537. presenting a Field Intelligence Group (FIG) brief to the part-
  3538.  
  3539. time and full--time members of the JTTF.
  3540.  
  3541. Derived FB CG--20080301
  3542. Declassi 2 9
  3543.  
  3544. Details:
  3545.  
  3546. Liaison Meeting
  3547.  
  3548. Date: 7 December 2011
  3549.  
  3550. Attendees (Approximately 34 total):
  3551.  
  3552. 0 Memphis fu11--time JTTF members
  3553.  
  3554. 0 Local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies
  3555.  
  3556. Location: SAC's conference room
  3557.  
  3558. Details: Prior to 7 December 2011, IA
  3559.  
  3560. and created a Memphis FIG PowerPoint
  3561.  
  3562. presentation to be presented at the Part--time JTTF Meeting on 7 if
  3563.  
  3564. ,c
  3565.  
  3566. December 2011. On 7 December 2011, the Memphis FIG presented the
  3567. unclassified threat briefin to the part-time and full--time
  3568. members of the JTTF. International Terrorism
  3569. intelligence related to eventh Issue of Inspire magazine,
  3570. the death of Anwar Aulaqi and Samir Khan, and the arrest of a
  3571. Homegrown Violent Extremist in New York who viewed Inspire's
  3572. article titled, Make a bomb in the kitchen of your Mom. IA
  3573.  
  3574.  
  3575.  
  3576.  
  3577.  
  3578. To: Mempiis From: Memphis
  3579.  
  3580. mu ~01)
  3581.  
  3582. Nations, Occupy Wall Street,
  3583.  
  3584. in the SAC's conference room.
  3585.  
  3586. Liaison Meeting
  3587.  
  3588. and Anonymous.
  3589.  
  3590. the Holiday Threat. Both IA
  3591. presen ed the briefing to a group of approximate
  3592.  
  3593. 12/09/2011
  3594.  
  3595. and IA
  3596.  
  3597. and federal law enforcement agencies
  3598.  
  3599. Date: 8 December 2011
  3600.  
  3601. Attendees (Approximately 38 total):
  3602. 0 three Memphis FIG members
  3603.  
  3604. 0 Local, state,
  3605.  
  3606. Location:
  3607.  
  3608. Security Division
  3609.  
  3610. Details:
  3611.  
  3612. attended the Shelby Count
  3613. meeting. Per the request of SCSO,
  3614.  
  3615. briefly explained the impact of Inspire magazine anc
  3616.  
  3617. On 8 December 2011,
  3618.  
  3619. of articles included such as Make
  3620.  
  3621. Mom, or Training with the AK.
  3622.  
  3623. Seventh Issue of Inspire ma azine
  3624. I
  3625.  
  3626. editions of Inspire.
  3627.  
  3628. Violent Extremist in New York who viewed Inspire's srticle
  3629. titled, Make a bomb in the kitchen of your Mom.
  3630. briefed Domestic Terrorism intelligence related to
  3631. and Anonymous.
  3632. discussed the recent white powder letters. Both IA
  3633.  
  3634. resented the briefing to a group of approximat
  3635.  
  3636. occupy Wall Street,
  3637.  
  3638. mailed both LT
  3639. Inspire so they coul
  3640.  
  3641.  
  3642.  
  3643. IA
  3644.  
  3645. and LT
  3646. are wi their agenci
  3647. the SCSO Intelligence meeting.
  3648.  
  3649. Shelby County Sheriff's Office (SCSO), Homeland
  3650.  
  3651. IA and IA
  3652.  
  3653. briefed Domestic Terrorism intelligence related to Aryan
  3654. Additionally, IA
  3655.  
  3656. 34 individuals
  3657.  
  3658. Sheriff's Office Intelligence
  3659.  
  3660. IA
  3661.  
  3662. the
  3663.  
  3664. type
  3665.  
  3666. then passed around the
  3667.  
  3668. :fmb in the kitchen of your
  3669.  
  3670. an offered to email all seven
  3671. also briefly discussed the death of
  3672. Anwar Aulaqi and Samir Khan, and the arrest of a Homegrown
  3673.  
  3674. IA
  3675.  
  3676. Additionally,
  3677.  
  3678. an Nations,
  3679. IAI
  3680.  
  3681. and
  3682.  
  3683. At the
  3684.  
  3685. individuals at the Homeland Security Division.
  3686. meeting, LT the U.S. Coast Guard and LT
  3687.  
  3688.  
  3689. requested copies of the Inspire magazine; therefore, IA
  3690.  
  3691.  
  3692.  
  3693. 2
  3694.  
  3695. -A
  3696. sly 38
  3697.  
  3698. end
  3699.  
  3700. all seven editions of
  3701. es and attendees of
  3702.  
  3703. 337A
  3704. ib7E'.
  3705.  
  3706. 136
  3707.  
  3708.  
  3709. (U3
  3710.  
  3711. 4X)
  3712.  
  3713.  
  3714.  
  3715. Memphis
  3716. p2/09/2011
  3717.  
  3718. Memphis From:
  3719.  
  3720. Accomplishment Information:
  3721.  
  3722. Number: 2
  3723.  
  3724. Type:
  3725.  
  3726. ITU: INTEL PROGRAM
  3727.  
  3728. Claimed By:
  3729. SSN:
  3730. Name:
  3731. Squad:
  3732.  
  3733.  
  3734.  
  3735. 013a
  3736.  
  3737. Number: 2
  3738.  
  3739. Type: SPEC
  3740.  
  3741. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  3742.  
  3743. Claimed By:
  3744. SSN:
  3745. Name:
  3746. Squad:
  3747.  
  3748. Uija
  3749.  
  3750. Number: 2
  3751.  
  3752. Type: SPEC EVENTS--PARTICIPATE WORKING FORCE MEETING
  3753.  
  3754. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  3755.  
  3756. Claimed By-
  3757. SSN:
  3758. Name:
  3759. Squad:
  3760.  
  3761. 013a
  3762.  
  3763. Number: 2
  3764.  
  3765. Type:
  3766.  
  3767. ITU: INTEL PROGRAM
  3768.  
  3769. Claimed By:
  3770. SSN:
  3771. Name:
  3772. Squad:
  3773.  
  3774. 013a
  3775.  
  3776. Number: 2
  3777.  
  3778. Type: SPEC EVENTS--BRIEFING
  3779.  
  3780. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  3781.  
  3782. Claimed By:
  3783. SSN:
  3784. Name:
  3785. Squad:
  3786.  
  3787. 013a
  3788.  
  3789. Number: 2
  3790.  
  3791. Type: SPEC EVENTS--PARTICIPATE WORKING FORCE MEETING
  3792. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  3793. Claimed By:
  3794.  
  3795.  
  3796.  
  3797. 3
  3798.  
  3799.  
  3800.  
  3801. To: Memphis From: Memphis
  3802.  
  3803. :11:  12/09/2011
  3804. SSN: 1 136
  3805. Name: b7C
  3806.  
  3807. Squad: 013a
  3808.  
  3809. 00
  3810.  
  3811.  
  3812. s:\shared\FIG\FIGMembers\IAs\ FD 542\343ddr03.542.wpd 57?
  3813.  
  3814.  
  3815.  
  3816. 4
  3817.  
  3818. ALL CDETTAIEED
  3819. FEFTEEIJ If}
  3820. DATE
  3821.  
  3822. (Rev.05-0l--2008)
  3823. UNCLASSIFIED
  3824. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  3825. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 1/4/2012
  3826. TO: Miami Attn: SCTOC
  3827.  
  3828. OSS
  3829.  
  3830. From: Miami
  3831. Command Post
  3832. Contact: CTOC
  3833.  
  3834. b6
  3835. b7A
  3836. Approved By: b7C
  3837. b7E
  3838. Drafted By: ta
  3839. Case ID '\yenu'ng)
  3840. Title: QUARTERLY ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT
  3841. OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER 2011
  3842.  
  3843. Synopsis: Fourth Quarterly Administrative Report for October,
  3844. November and December 2011.
  3845. Detai with quarterly reporting requirement by
  3846. SCTOCI ithe following list documents the Miami
  3847. Division Command and Tactical Operations Center (CTOC)
  3848. accomplishments, achievements, investigational/operational
  3849. support for the months of October, November and December 2011.
  3850. 1. CTOC personnel completed over 40 duplicating, scanning,
  3851.  
  3852. distributing and data base projects, including Grand
  3853.  
  3854. Jury material, for: ib?
  3855.  
  3856. 11270
  3857.  
  3858. b. SA I
  3859.  
  3860. c. SCT
  3861.  
  3862. d. SIOA
  3863.  
  3864. UNCLASSIFIED
  3865.  
  3866. TO:
  3867. Re:
  3868.  
  3869. 10.
  3870. ll.
  3871.  
  3872. 12.
  3873.  
  3874. Miami
  3875.  
  3876. UNCLASSIFIED
  3877.  
  3878. From: Miami
  3879.  
  3880. |1/4/2012 b*A
  3881.  
  3882. SA I
  3883.  
  3884. cos1
  3885. CTOC provided operational assistance for 43 scheduled
  3886. arrests, search warrants and operations for the
  3887.  
  3888. following squads
  3889.  
  3890.  
  3891. bw
  3892.  
  3893.  
  3894.  
  3895. a. C-1 (2).
  3896.  
  3897. b. C--2 (7).
  3898.  
  3899. c. C-3 (5).
  3900.  
  3901. d. C-4 (6).
  3902.  
  3903. e. C-5 (2).
  3904.  
  3905. f. C-8 (1).
  3906.  
  3907. g. C-9 (1).
  3908.  
  3909. h. C-10 (1).
  3910.  
  3911. i. C--l2 (7).
  3912.  
  3913. j. c-15 (3).
  3914.  
  3915. k. C-16 (1).
  3916.  
  3917. 1. Palm Beach (3)
  3918. m. rT--3 (3).
  3919.  
  3920. n. T--8 (1).
  3921.  
  3922. CTOC provided operational assistance for 27 Bank
  3923. robberies.
  3924.  
  3925. assistance during continual,
  3926. through 12/10/2011.
  3927.  
  3928. CTOC provided operational
  3929. T--3 operation, ll/23/2011
  3930. CTOC Provided operational assistance during "Occupy
  3931. Wall Street" demonstrations in Miami, FL.
  3932.  
  3933. CTOC personnel Duty b5
  3934. Training" hosted by AS
  3935. CTOC personnel completed mandatory Virtual Academy
  3936. training Travel Card 2011."
  3937.  
  3938. CTOC personnel briefed on upcoming Bureau "Complaint
  3939. Duty Centralization" study.
  3940.  
  3941. CTOC entered 32 Subject warrants into NCIC..
  3942.  
  3943. CTOC cleared 29 Subject warrants from NCIC.
  3944.  
  3945. CTOC personnel submitted 22 FD--7ls based on telephonic
  3946. complaints.
  3947.  
  3948. CTOC personnel made
  3949.  
  3950. bfi
  3951.  
  3952. UNCLASSIFIED
  3953.  
  3954. 2
  3955.  
  3956. TOUNCLASSIFIED
  3957.  
  3958. Miami From: Miami
  3959. I
  3960.  
  3961. va
  3962.  
  3963. CTOC personnel received and handled 4 NCIC Hit
  3964. Confirmations.
  3965.  
  3966. Continuing assistance is pr
  3967. scanning project for
  3968. Continuing assistance is provided for entry of
  3969. financial records for |and
  3970.  
  3971. on inuing assistance is provided for telephone
  3972. subscriber and data base entry project for SOS
  3973.  
  3974. TOC continues communication with MPA
  3975.  
  3976. regarding Specialist Career
  3977. Initiative" study.
  3978. CTOC successfully conducted testing of Florida
  3979. Interoperability Network (FIN)for October, November and
  3980. December.
  3981. CTOC Orol completed NCIC Validations for October,
  3982. November and December.
  3983. CTOC Orol attended TAC meeting at FDLE on 11/2/2011.
  3984. CTOC |completed DAVID application
  3985. reviews and audits for October, November and December.
  3986. Office Perimeter Intrusion Alarms tested for October,
  3987. November and December with 100% operation.
  3988. CTOC updated the "Miami Offsite Facility Alarm
  3989. Monitorin reflect all alarm point changes.
  3990. CTOC itraveled to to attend CTOC
  3991. Conference. -
  3992.  
  3993. Re ular meetings with SCTOC and OSS
  3994. to discuss CTOC operations continue.
  3995.  
  3996. UNCLASSIFIED
  3997.  
  3998. 3
  3999.  
  4000. 137.34)
  4001.  
  4002.  
  4003.  
  4004. ALI. CUIJTEIHED
  4005.  
  4006. EIRTE I333-333-232113
  4007.  
  4008. (Rev. 05-0|--2008)
  4009. OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4010. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  4011. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/16/2011
  4012. To: Omaha Attn:
  4013. be
  4014. From: Omaha b7A
  4015. Squad 7/Des Moines RA E3:
  4016. Contact: I I
  4017.  
  4018. Approved By:
  4019.  
  4020. Drafted By: I
  4021.  
  4022. Case ID \nu1e)
  4023.  
  4024. Title: Intelligence Briefing and Liaison
  4025.  
  4026. Synopsis: Occupy Iowa protestor requested a meeting with local
  4027.  
  4028. law enforcement and Des Moines F.B.I.
  4029.  
  4030. Details: On 10/08/2011 (protect identity) met with
  4031. investigators at the Des Moines Resident Agency Office.
  4032.  
  4033. Investigators in attendance were, TFG TFO
  4034.  
  4035. I |Des Moines Police Sgt.' and Iowa
  4036.  
  4037. State Patrol Lt.
  4038.  
  4039. Investigators met with at her request to discuss her be
  4040. concerns about the Occupy Iowa protest group in Des Moines, Iowa. b7c
  4041.  
  4042. stated she wanted to meet because she was concerned about b7D
  4043.  
  4044. she is also concerns
  4045.  
  4046. stated that
  4047. uture protest
  4048. Iowa organizers
  4049. their plan
  4050.  
  4051. recent comments made in the Occupy Iowa group.
  4052. the comments made mentioned property damage an
  4053. behavior. stated that some of the Occupy
  4054. and leaders are not in agreement with regards to
  4055. forward as the Caucuses approach.
  4056.  
  4057. that some of the people
  4058.  
  4059. i roles are having suspicious closed
  4060. confidential group business is usually
  4061.  
  4062. discussed in general assembly to supply
  4063. information on the Occupy Iowa group.
  4064.  
  4065. performing in leadersh
  4066.  
  4067. OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4068.  
  4069.  OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4070.  
  4071. To: Omaha From: Omaha b7A
  4072. Re:| b?E
  4073.  
  4074. asked if she had any specific concerns relat
  4075. public safety, officer safety, or criminal activity.
  4076. stated she had no knowledge or specific concerns in regards to
  4077. public safety, officer safety, and criminal activity. bfi
  4078.  
  4079. offered her email and Facebook account information and b?D
  4080. passwords. advised that law enforcement would not and
  4081.  
  4082. could not acknowledge her consent to access her social sites.
  4083.  
  4084. was advised to contact the Des Moines
  4085. Police Department if information was found in regards to any
  4086. public safety, officer safety, or criminal activity.
  4087.  
  4088. OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4089.  
  4090. 2
  4091.  
  4092. TO:
  4093. Re:
  4094.  
  4095. 99
  4096.  
  4097. Omaha
  4098.  
  4099. OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4100.  
  4101. From: Omaha
  4102. I 11/16/2011
  4103.  
  4104. OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4105.  
  4106. 3
  4107.  
  4108. [b7A
  4109. ib7E3
  4110.  
  4111. ALI
  4112. IS
  4113.  
  4114. -2
  4115. DIJJFE CL. Did Bf A, .9
  4116.  
  4117. UNCLASSIFIED
  4118.  
  4119. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  4120. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/17/2011
  4121. To: Omaha Attn: ASAC Edward Reinhold
  4122.  
  4123. From: Omaha
  4124. Squad 7, DMRA
  4125.  
  4126. Contact:| I
  4127.  
  4128. 336
  4129. Approved By:| Ibef 575
  4130.  
  4131. 337"
  4132. Drafted By: lbef b7;
  4133. Case ID (Pending)
  4134.  
  4135. Title: RELATIONS WITH THE DES MOINES POLICE DEPARTMENT (DMPD)
  4136.  
  4137. Synopsis: To document liaison meeting at the DMPD on instant
  4138. date.
  4139.  
  4140. Details: Because of information received by the DMPD that there
  4141. may potentially be an attempt to stop the Iowa Caucuses by people
  4142. involved in occupy Iowa, which may involve criminal activity, the
  4143. DMPD called a meeting to which they invited various Federal,
  4144. State and local police agencies to attend. The meeting was
  4145. chaired by Sergeant] IDMPD.
  4146.  
  4147. the need to respect
  4148. protesters' firs amen ment rights. He distributed a Department
  4149.  
  4150. of Homeland Security publication, entitled, "Law Enforcement
  4151. Guidelines for First Amendment-Protected Events," which is b6
  4152. hereafter attached. Sgt.| stressed that if local b?C
  4153. agencies learned that protesters would be demonstrating in their
  4154. respective towns, that the DMPD's experience had been that it was
  4155. helpful to ensure that the protesters had a designated area where
  4156. they could protest and that they supply enou_h officer on the
  4157.  
  4158. scene to ensure the protesters' safety. iadvised
  4159.  
  4160. that any intelligence received regarding crihina avior that
  4161.  
  4162. could be a threat to public safety should be reported to the Iowa
  4163. Fusion Center.
  4164.  
  4165. I be
  4166. The writer and present to ensure that no
  4167. Federal nexus existed. As none was articulated, SSRA
  4168. and not offer any commentary.
  4169.  
  4170. #0
  4171.  
  4172. UNCLASSIFIED
  4173.  
  4174. . . 2 1113::
  4175. SENTINEL-EXT TEMPLATE  Page Uliflfi
  4176.  
  4177. On 21 November received a UNet email at 19:28
  4178.  
  4179. regarding a white powder ncident at the US Courthouse in Des
  4180.  
  4181. Moines, IA. US Postal inspectors and FBI are conducting the
  4182.  
  4183. investigation. initial tests have identified the substance as a
  4184.  
  4185. presaiption medbation.
  4186.  
  4187. The letterthreatens that "Occupy Des Moines" will be conducting
  4188. a gas attack (mustard-sulfur) on he Des Moines airport and other
  4189. "religious centers of corporate greed" durhg the "Nationalist"
  4190. holiday season. The letter is signed "An,Rrch'ee" (using an usual
  4191. anarchy symbol for the
  4192.  
  4193. Actions Taken:
  4194.  
  4195. 1. Log entry created. I RCS
  4196.  
  4197. 11I21I2011 2350 ACTNE SUSPECT COLORADO SPRINGS,
  4198. COLORADO
  4199.  
  4200. Classification: Unclassified
  4201.  
  4202. Caveat For Official Use Only
  4203.  
  4204. US 5
  4205.  
  4206. _b
  4207. ier: Routhe CTWaction requred
  4208.  
  4209. Threat Matrix Item? No
  4210.  
  4211. Disposition: For informationai purposes onty
  4212.  
  4213. Request For hfo? No
  4214.  
  4215.  
  4216.  
  4217. CT Watch received a final update regardhg the captioned incident
  4218. via FBINET from SIOC (21 NOV2011 at2333hrs). Per referenced
  4219. email, the situation has been resolved without incident. See
  4220. FBINET email for additional details. No further CT Watch action
  4221.  
  4222. is necessary as this incident is being handled as a criminal
  4223.  
  4224. matter.
  4225.  
  4226. Actions Taken: log updated! JHC
  4227. END
  4228.  
  4229.  
  4230.  
  4231. I 1/17/2012
  4232.  
  4233. ALL
  4234.  
  4235. IS
  4236.  
  4237. DATE
  4238. FD-542 (Rev. 03-23--2009)
  4239.  
  4240. UNCLASSIFIED
  4241.  
  4242. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  4243.  
  4244. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 10/21/2011
  4245. To: Richmond
  4246.  
  4247. From: Richmond
  4248. Squad
  4249.  
  4250. Contact:
  4251. Approved By: b6
  4252. b7A
  4253. . b"C
  4254. Drafted By. pac b?E
  4255. Case ID -
  4256. Title: FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
  4257.  
  4258. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
  4259.  
  4260. Synopsis: To claim statistical accomplishment.
  4261.  
  4262. Details: On 10/04/11, contacted
  4263.  
  4264. Assistant Vice President Law Enforcement Unit,| of
  4265. the Federal Reserve Law Enforcement unit, to pass on information
  4266. regarding the movement known as occupy Wall Street. This movement
  4267. has been known to be peaceful but demonstrations across the
  4268. United States show that other groups have joined in such as Day
  4269.  
  4270. Of Rage and the October2011 Movement.
  4271.  
  4272. Contact with continued on October 05, O7, 14,
  4273. and 15 to pass on updates of the events and decisions made during
  4274. the small rallies and the following information received from the
  4275. Capital Police Intelligence Unit through JTTF, I
  4276.  
  4277. The October2011 Movement is planning an occupation and nonviolent
  4278. resistance actions in Washington, DC starting on October 6, 2011.
  4279. This date marks the 10-year anniversary of the U.S. war in
  4280. Afghanistan and the first week of the new federal budget which
  4281. provides unlimited funding for war, tax breaks for the wealthy
  4282.  
  4283. and austerity for human services.
  4284.  
  4285. Thousands of people have pledged to gather in Freedom Plaza
  4286. beginning on that day to non violently disrupt the disloyal,
  4287. incompetent, and corrupt special interests which have usurped our
  4288. nation's civil and military power, spawning a host of threats to
  4289. our liberty, lives and national security.
  4290.  
  4291. UNCLASSIFIED
  4292.  
  4293. UNCLASSIFIED
  4294.  
  4295. To: Richmond From: ichmond
  4296. Re: (U) 10/21/2011 ;b7"A
  4297.  
  4298. The October2011 Movement protests corporatism and militarism
  4299. because they prevent solutions to our current crises which would
  4300. create a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world from being
  4301. implemented. Instead concentrated corporate interests rule our
  4302. elections and political process so that wealth continues to be
  4303. funneled to the top
  4304.  
  4305. US Day of Rage is calling for free and fair elections, not
  4306. elections manipulated by the economic elite, special interests,
  4307. or corporate media, where choices are limited to bought
  4308. candidates and two corrupt parties. US Day of Rage is organizing
  4309. with to create a tent city in the financial
  4310. district of New York beginning on September 17. October2011 and
  4311. have endorsed each others' actions.
  4312.  
  4313. Legitimate government is born of the people expressed by its
  4314. citizens in free and fair elections. It does not spring from a
  4315. tyranny of special interests, crony capitalism, or a system or
  4316. ideology that runs counter to the aims of life.
  4317.  
  4318. Free and fair elections inspire good citizenship and public
  4319. service, because they engage the intelligence and genuine good
  4320. will of the American people. They produce the kind of stewardship
  4321. our nation desperately needs, because they ensure that citizens
  4322. can influence their destiny, and make genuine contributions to
  4323. society unlike our present system where the government moves in
  4324. directions the majority of Americans oppose putting the profits
  4325. of campaign donors ahead of the wishes of the American people.
  4326.  
  4327. Free and fair elections are steps towards re--mediating the myriad
  4328. ills and abuses of a corrupt and illegitimate government, which
  4329. preys on the resources and spirits of citizens, and violates
  4330. rights of the other peoples and nations.
  4331.  
  4332. The October2011 Movement and US Day of Rage know that abuses of
  4333. the people and planet will end when we take unified and
  4334. persistent action. We stand in solidarity with each other and
  4335. with the growing nonviolent movements around the nation and world
  4336. to call for democratization of our society.
  4337.  
  4338. They are also trying to mobilize at every Federal institution in
  4339. each State. At this moment the group seems very minimal for
  4340. Virginia, and my friends in Florida.
  4341.  
  4342. Contact continued until after the set date of
  4343. 10/15/11. occupy Richmond is still camped peacefully at Kanawa
  4344. Plaza, across from the Federal Reserve.
  4345. UNCLASSIFIED
  4346.  
  4347. 2
  4348.  
  4349. To: Richmond From-
  4350.  
  4351. Re: (U)
  4352.  
  4353.  
  4354.  
  4355. UNCLASSIFIED
  4356.  
  4357. Richmond
  4358.  
  4359. 10/21/2011
  4360.  
  4361. Accomplishment Information:
  4362.  
  4363. Number: 5
  4364.  
  4365. Type: POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE (DISSEMINATED OUTSIDE FBI
  4366.  
  4367. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  4368.  
  4369. Claimed By:
  4370. SSN:
  4371. Name:
  4372. Squad:
  4373. 90
  4374.  
  4375. 5
  4376.  
  4377. UNCLASSIFIED
  4378.  
  4379. 3
  4380.  
  4381. 13:3 7.3.
  4382.  
  4383.  
  4384.  
  4385. ALL EDI-TTAIIJEB
  4386. K133 MIQLASSIFIEEI:
  4387. DHTE
  4388.  
  4389. OR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4390.  
  4391.  
  4392.  
  4393. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  4394.  
  4395. SITUATIONAL INFORMATION REPORT
  4396.  
  4397. Potential Criminal Activity Alert
  4398. Richmond Division
  4399. 13 October 2011
  4400.  
  4401. Occupy Richmond: Potential for Cyber Criminal Activity
  4402. Surrounding 15 October 2011 Rally
  4403.  
  4404. (U) FBI Richmond is releasing this Situational Infonnation Report to raise law enforcement and
  4405. public safety officials' awareness of possible cyber criminal activity surrounding the 'Occupy
  4406.  
  4407. . Richmond' demonstration to be held on 15 October 2011 in and around Kanawha Plaza (located
  4408.  
  4409. at the intersection of S. St. E. Cary Richmond, Virginia.
  4410.  
  4411. (U) Open sources report that Occupy Richmond is a grass-roots movement that is a spin-off from
  4412. the 'Occupy Wall Street' protests that began in New York City last month. As of 12 October
  4413. 2011, the Occupy Richmond acebook group had over 4,500 'likes'; and the Occupy Richmond
  4414. Twitter feed had over 1,500 fo1lowers.2 The wider Occupy Wall Street or 'Occupy Together'
  4415. protests are somewhat disorganized and primarily composed of college students. Rallies and
  4416. protests have been held across the nation. Within Virginia, open sources indicate associated
  4417. groups of varying levels of organization exist in Charlottesville, Staunton, Fredericksburg,
  4418. Roanoke, Norfolk, and the northem Virginia area.
  4419.  
  4420. On 23 August 2011, the hacktivist collective group 'Anonymous' released a video
  4421. pledging support for the Occupy Wall Street protests and encouraged members to participate. In
  4422. the past, Anonymous has planned cyber intrusion activities or distributed denial of service
  4423. attacks to coincide with other physical protests. This could indicate an intention to
  4424.  
  4425. (U) Law Enforcement Sensitive: This information is the property of the FBI and may be distributed to
  4426. state,_tribal, or local government law enforcement officials wi=th a need-to-know. Further distribution
  4427. without FBI authorization is prohibited. Precautions should be taken to ensure this information is stored
  4428. and/or destroyed in a manner that precludes unauthorized access.
  4429.  
  4430. (U) Warning: This is an information report, not finally evaluated intelligence. It is being shared for
  4431. informational purposes but has not been fully evaluated, integrated with other information, interpreted,
  4432. or analyzed. Receiving agencies are cautioned not to take actions based solely on this raw reporting
  4433. unless the information is independently verified. A presumption of innocence still exists for any person
  4434. being reported on in this report.
  4435.  
  4436. U) Note: This product reflects the views of Richmond Division and has not been vetted by FBI Headquarters.
  4437.  
  4438. UNCLASSIF OR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4439. sum 5:1 $0 0551707-ov1tEK. 56397
  4440.  
  4441. UNCLASSIF OR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4442.  
  4443. conduct cyber attacks in conjunction with the various Occupy Wall Street protests, to include the
  4444.  
  4445. Occupy Richmond protest. According to open source reporting, Anonymous planned to release a
  4446. new tool to the public called RefRef in September 2011. Anonymous successfully tested
  4447. this tool by performing attacks on WikiLeaks, Pastebin, and 4chan.org. Since the current protests
  4448. are focus3ed on the financial sector, if a cyber attack were to occur, financial institutions could be
  4449. targeted.
  4450.  
  4451. (U) The city of Richmond has a historically strong finance and insurance sector with a multitude
  4452. of brokerage firms, investment banking firms, and venture and equity firms located in the area.
  4453. The city of Richmond is home to the main corporate offices of six Fortune 500 companies and
  4454. 14 Fortune 1000 companies. Additionally, many banks and Fortune 500 companies have a large
  4455. presence in the wider Richmond area. These entities could be considered high value targets for
  4456. financial, cyber related attacks.
  4457.  
  4458. (U) According to reporting, there are no known planned acts of violence for the 15 October 2011
  4459. rally in Richmond, Virginia. Although the Occupy Wall Street protests are largely peaceful, there
  4460. have been reports of Violence and arrests in various rallies across the nation. On 2 October 2011,
  4461. more than 700 Occupy Wall Street protestors were arrested during a march on the Brooklyn
  4462. Bridge.4 On 11 October 2011, approximately 100 Occupy Boston protestors were arrested for
  4463. moving into an area outside the designated space.5
  4464.  
  4465. (U) This information is being provided for situational awareness. It is requested that any positive
  4466. intelligence related to similar or emerging trends, tactics or schemes occurring in Virginia be
  4467. forwarded to FBI Richmond and the Virginia Fusion Center (VFC).
  4468.  
  4469. (U) This report has been prepared by the Richmond Division of the FBI. Comments and queries may be addressed
  4470. to the Richmond Field Intelligence Group at 804-261-1044.
  4471.  
  4472. OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4473. 2
  4474.  
  4475.  OR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4476.  
  4477. (U) Endnotes
  4478.  
  4479. (U) Intemet website;
  4480.  
  4481. 2 (U) Inteme
  4482. 3
  4483.  
  4484. website; !/OccupyRichmond if
  4485. I .
  4486.  
  4487. 4 (U) Intemet Article; "700 Arrested at Brooklyn Bridge Protest";
  4488.  
  4489. 1/ l0/02/national/main20l 10/02/2011
  4490.  
  4491. 5 (U) lntemet Article; Arrested at Occupy Boston protest; arrest in Chicago";
  4492. 10/ I /201
  4493.  
  4494. OR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
  4495. 3
  4496.  
  4497.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  4498.  
  4499. Distribution
  4500.  
  4501. Deputy Assistant Director, Directorate of Intelligence
  4502.  
  4503. Deputy Assistant Director, Criminal Investigative Division
  4504. Deputy Assistant Director, Cyber Division
  4505.  
  4506. Editorial Review Unit, Directorate of Intelligence
  4507.  
  4508. FBI Intranet
  4509.  
  4510. LEO (Unclassified/Law Enforcement Sensitive Products Only)
  4511. Virginia Fusion Center (VFC)
  4512.  
  4513. Infragard
  4514.  
  4515. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
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  4517.  
  4518. UN CLASSIF ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  4519.  
  4520. FBI Customer Satisfaction Survey
  4521.  
  4522. Please take a moment to complete this survey and help evaluate the
  4523. quality, value, and relevance of our product. Your response will help us
  4524. serve you more effectively and efficiently in the future. Thank you for
  4525. your cooperation and assistance.
  4526.  
  4527. Return to:
  4528.  
  4529. FBI Richmond
  4530.  
  4531. 1 970 East Parham Road
  4532. Richmond, VA 23228
  4533.  
  4534.    
  4535.  
  4536.  
  4537.  
  4538. Product:
  4539.  
  4540. Title: Occupy Richmond: Potential for Cyber Criminal Activity
  4541. Surrounding 15 October 2011 Rally
  4542.  
  4543. Dated: 13 October 2011
  4544.  
  4545. Customer Agency:
  4546.  
  4547.    
  4548.  
  4549. 1. The product increased my knowledge of an issue or topic. (Check one)
  4550.  
  4551. 5 Strongly Agree
  4552.  
  4553. 4. Somewhat Agree
  4554.  
  4555. 3. Neither Agree or Disagree
  4556. 2. Somewhat Disagree
  4557.  
  4558. 1 Strongly Disagree
  4559.  
  4560. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  4561. 5
  4562.  
  4563.  ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  4564.  
  4565.  
  4566.  
  4567. 2. The product helped me decide on a course of action. (Check one)
  4568.  
  4569. Strongly Agree
  4570. Somewhat Agree
  4571.  
  4572. 3. Neither Agree or Disagree
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  4575. 1 Strongly Disagree
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  4577. 3. The product was timely to my needs. (Check one)
  4578.  
  4579. Strongly Agree
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  4581. Somewhat Agree
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  4586. Strongly Disagree
  4587.  
  4588. Comments (if any):
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  4590. ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
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  4592.  
  4593. ALL
  4594.  
  4595. HEREIN IS
  4596.  
  4597. DATE Uamaamaalz BY
  4598. FD-542 (Rev. 03-23-2009)
  4599.  
  4600. UNCLASSIFIED
  4601.  
  4602. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  4603.  
  4604. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/02/2011
  4605. To: Sacramento
  4606. From: Sacramento
  4607.  
  4608. Modesto RA
  4609. Contact: SA
  4610.  
  4611. Approved By:
  4612.  
  4613. Drafted By: I Imel 306melO1.542
  4614.  
  4615. Case ID (Pending)- ESA
  4616. b?C
  4617.  
  4618. Title: MARITIME SECURITY b7E
  4619.  
  4620. DOMAIN AWARENESS
  4621. Synopsis: Liaison with Stockton Port Police.
  4622.  
  4623. Details: Writer contacted Chief George Lerner of Port of
  4624. Stockton Police Department to share intelligence about "Occupy"
  4625. protesters targeting the Port of Oakland. On 11/2/2011 news
  4626. sources indicate the Occupy Oakland protestors plan to shut down
  4627. the Oakland port beginning at 9am. Port of Stockton Police are
  4628. aware of the pending protests and are prepared for any of the
  4629. same activity in Stockton.
  4630.  
  4631. UNCLASSIFIED
  4632.  
  4633. UNCLASSIFIED
  4634.  
  4635. To: Sacramento From: Sacramento
  4636.  
  4637. Re:
  4638.  
  4639. Accomplishment Information:
  4640.  
  4641. Number: 1
  4642.  
  4643. Type: CTD MARITIME INTELLIGENCE DISSEMINATED
  4644.  
  4645. ITU: 30OJ--MARITIME SECURITY PROGRAM
  4646.  
  4647. Claimed By-
  4648. SSN: bg
  4649. Name: b'C
  4650.  
  4651. Squad: STRA
  4652.  
  4653. O9
  4654.  
  4655. UNCLASSIFIED
  4656.  
  4657. 2.
  4658.  
  4659. ALE. II-IFGFILETIQI-I CUIWAIHEE
  4660.  
  4661. (RCVO3-23-2009) DATE D3-BCE-EDIE El'
  4662.  
  4663. UNCLASSIFIED
  4664.  
  4665. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  4666.  
  4667. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 11/04/2011
  4668. To: Tampa
  4669.  
  4670. From: Tampa
  4671. Sq
  4672.  
  4673. Contact:
  4674. b6
  4675. Approved By: ib7a
  4676.  
  4677. Drafted By: sah b7E
  4678. Case ID (Pending)
  4679. (Pending)
  4680. Title: DOMESTIC TERRORISM CONTROL FILE
  4681. LIAISON
  4682. FIELD INTELLIGENCE GROUP
  4683. LIAISON MATTER
  4684. Synopsis: Claim statistical accomplishment.
  4685. Details: On 3 November 2011, writer participated in the
  4686. Tampa Bay Area Intelligence Unit (TBAIU). TBAIU is held at the
  4687. Tampa Police Department on the first Thursday of each month.
  4688. Approximately 45 persons are in attendance at each meeting.
  4689. Detective Lakeland PD, advised that Occupy Lakeland b6
  4690. took place on Saturday, 29 October with approximately 78 persons
  4691.  
  4692. has also been planned. Detective also advised that
  4693. approximately 50--units at a public storage center were
  4694. burglarized.
  4695.  
  4696. at the Bank of America and Wells Fargo Banks. Occupy Polk County
  4697.  
  4698. Tampa Police Department advised of several local robberies.
  4699.  
  4700. St. Petersburg Police Department advised of Occupy St. Petersburg
  4701. had approx 150 participants and that the protests will continue
  4702. every Saturday at 2:00 PM at Straub Park.
  4703.  
  4704. Pasco County SO advised that Pagan MC members are allegedly
  4705. buying guns in Pinellas County.
  4706.  
  4707. UNCLASSIFIED
  4708.  
  4709. UNCLASSIFIED-
  4710.  
  4711. To: Tampa From: Tampa
  4712. Re: 11/04/2011
  4713.  
  4714. Hillsborough County SO advised that' is leading the
  4715.  
  4716. Occupy Tampa and that they will be traveling to Gainesville, FL b6
  4717. for an anarchist planning meeting at the Civic Media Center on 5 b7C
  4718. November.
  4719.  
  4720. AFOSI has advised that the Veterans for Peace are
  4721.  
  4722. planning to protest at MacDill AFB during the Air Fest on 5-6
  4723. November and that the Veterans for Peace have invited persons
  4724. participating in the occupy Tampa and St. Petersburg events to
  4725. join them at the Dale Mabry Gate of MacDill AFB.
  4726.  
  4727. UNCLASSIFIED
  4728.  
  4729. 2
  4730.  
  4731. UNCLASSIFIED
  4732.  
  4733. To: Tampa From: Tampa
  4734. Re: ll/O4/2011
  4735.  
  4736. Accomplishment Information:
  4737.  
  4738. Number: 45
  4739.  
  4740. Type: DI-LIAISON--CONTACT
  4741.  
  4742. ITU: INTEL PROGRAM
  4743.  
  4744. Claimed By
  4745. SSN:
  4746. Name:
  4747. Squad: 5
  4748.  
  4749. b6
  4750. Number: 2 b7C
  4751. Type: DI--LIAISON--CONTACT ORGANIZATION)
  4752.  
  4753. ITU: INTEL PROGRAM
  4754.  
  4755. Claimed By-
  4756. SSN:
  4757. Name:
  4758. Squad:
  4759.  
  4760. 99
  4761.  
  4762. UNCLASSIFIED
  4763.  
  4764. 3
  4765.  
  4766. ALL
  4767. (REV 03_23_2009) I3
  4768. BETH El'
  4769. UNCLASSIFIED
  4770.  
  4771. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  4772.  
  4773. Precedence: ROUTINE Date: 10/31/2011
  4774. To: Tampa
  4775. From: Tampa
  4776.  
  4777. Squad
  4778. Contact: SOS
  4779.  
  4780. Approved By: I
  4781.  
  4782. A
  4783. Drafted By:
  4784. Case ID (Pending)
  4785.  
  4786. Title: DOMESTIC TERRORISM CONTROL FILE
  4787. AOT -- DT
  4788.  
  4789. Synopsis: Document statistical accomplishment
  4790.  
  4791. Details: On October 28, 2011, Attorney General Eric Holder was
  4792. in the Tampa Division to visit the US Attorney's Office, Middle
  4793. District of Florida, and attend a press conference with the Drug
  4794. Enforcement Agency, in honor of their Operation Pill Nation
  4795. takedown. In preparation of the AG's visit,
  4796. with assistance from prepared a threat
  4797. assessment.
  4798.  
  4799.  
  4800. ~41
  4801.  
  4802.  
  4803. The visit coincided with several protests that were taking place
  4804. due to the occupy Tampa movement. Though there was the
  4805. possibility of having protestors at the events featuring the
  4806. Attorney General, the threat to the Attorney General was low. The
  4807. threat assessment and accompanying EC were uploaded to
  4808.  
  4809. UNCLASSIFIED
  4810.  
  4811. UNCLASSIFIED
  4812.  
  4813. To: Tampa From: 'ampa
  4814.  
  4815. b7A
  4816. Re: 10/31/2011 b7g
  4817. Accomplishment Information:
  4818. Number: 1
  4819. Type: CTD CLI INTELLIGENCE DISSEMINATED.
  4820. ITU: LIAISON WITHIN FBI
  4821. Claimed By: b6
  4822. SSN: b7C
  4823. Name:
  4824. Squad: 16
  4825.  
  4826. O6
  4827.  
  4828. UNCLASSIFIED
  4829.  
  4830. 2
  4831.  
  4832. SENTINEL -- EXT TEMPLATE
  4833. I3
  4834. same n3~3u~eu1e as euszeucegwgeexcme
  4835.  
  4836. Precedence: ROUTNE Date: 01I18Q012
  4837. To: Washington Field
  4838. From: Washington Field
  4839.  
  4840. CT-1 OINCRS
  4841. Contact: I
  4842.  
  4843. Anvrovedw El
  4844. Drafted By: I Irmj
  4845.  
  4846. Case ID #1 lPendinr'
  4847.  
  4848.  
  4849. Title: OPERATIONAL MEDICINE-LIASO
  4850. NCRS STAT FILE
  4851.  
  4852. Synopsis: Document statistical accomplishment
  4853.  
  4854. Details: On Jan ximately O9:40hrs. Special
  4855. AgentlParamedi eqaonded to the White House,
  4856. NW perineter for a repo evice at was thrown over the White
  4857.  
  4858. House Fence. The Oocupy DC protesters were in the area
  4859. protesting next to the fence, when someone in the group threw
  4860. over a device that was smoking. United States Secret Service
  4861. Metropoitan Police Departmert (MDP)and DC Fire
  4862. Department (DCFD) were al on scene.
  4863.  
  4864. EOD and Hazmat technicians retrieved the item which was
  4865. examined to be a road tare. There were also two (2) botles
  4866. lying next to the fence that were let! unattended. DCFD Hazrnat
  4867. cleared the bottles and found water and other neutralsubstanoes
  4868. in the bottles No other hazards or devices were locaed.
  4869. was continuing the investigation. No FBI resources were needed
  4870. on scene
  4871.  
  4872. Accomplishment Information:
  4873.  
  4874. Number: 1
  4875.  
  4876. Type: PARTICIPATE IN COMMAND POSTIMAJOR EVENT
  4877.  
  4878. ITU: LIAISON WITH OTHER AGENCY
  4879.  
  4880. Claimed By:
  4881. SSN:
  4882.  
  4883. Nam
  4884. Squac: CT 10
  4885.  
  4886. Number: 1
  4887. Type: WMD-PARTICIPATE IN UNIFIED POST
  4888. ITU: WMDICP PROGRAM
  4889.  
  4890. Claimed
  4891. SSN:
  4892. Name'
  4893. Squac: to
  4894.  
  4895. Number 1
  4896. Type: WMD-RESPONSE TO WMD
  4897. ITU: PROGRAM
  4898.  
  4899. Claimed By:
  4900.  
  4901. SSN:
  4902. Nam
  4903.  
  4904. Squa
  4905.  
  4906. Number:
  4907. Type:
  4908. ITU: WMDICP PROGRAM
  4909.  
  4910. Claimed By:
  4911. SSN:
  4912. Name
  4913. Squac:
  4914.  
  4915. tn
  4916.  
  4917. 018mj121
  4918.  
  4919. Originating Office: WF Responses: 0
  4920.  
  4921. Document Date: 01/18/2012 Text:
  4922.  
  4923. Document Type: FD542 FIF:
  4924.  
  4925. To: WASHINGTON FIELD From: WASHINGTON FIELD
  4926. Author= IE Approves
  4927.  
  4928. Topic: . DOCUMENT STATISTICAL ACCOMPLISHMENT
  4929.  
  4930. Page 1 of 1
  4931.  
  4932. I136
  4933.  
  4934.  
  4935.  
  4936. 2/15/2012
  4937.  
  4938. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  4939. FOIPA
  4940.  
  4941. DELETED PAOE SI-IEET
  4942.  
  4943. Ne Duplieatien Fees are eharged fer Deleted Page Infeflnatien
  4944.  
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  4968. Page 32 1:5, EITO, IJTD,
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  5000. Page Qfi 136, IZITO, IZITD, IZITE
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  5004.  
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  5056. U.S. Department of Justice
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  5059.  
  5060. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  5061.  
  5062. D. C. 20535
  5063.  
  5064. December 18. 2012
  5065.  
  5066. Ms. Mara Verheyden-Hilliard. Esq.
  5067. Partnership for Civil Justice Fund
  5068. 617 Florida Avenue, NW
  5069. Washington, DC 20001
  5070.  
  5071. Subject: Occupy Wall Street
  5072. FOIPA No. 1178231-000
  5073. Dear Ms. Verheyden-Hilliard:
  5074. The enclosed documents were reviewed under the Freedom of |nformationlPrivacy Acts (FOIPA), Title 5,
  5075. United States Code. Section 552/552a. Deletions have been made to protect information which is exempt from
  5076. disclosure, with the appropriate exemptions noted on the page next to the excision. In addition, a deleted page
  5077.  
  5078. information sheet was inserted in the file to indicate where pages were withheld entirely. The exemptions used to
  5079. withhold information are marked below and explained on the enclosed Explanation of Exemptions:
  5080.  
  5081. Section 552 Section 552a
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  5094. 387 pages were reviewed and 99 pages are being released.
  5095.  
  5096. Document(s) were located which originated with. or contained information concerning other Government
  5097. agency(ies) This information has been:
  5098.  
  5099. 5- referred to the OGA for review and direct response to you.
  5100. referred to the OGA for consultation. The documents have been reviewed by the OGA and are
  5101. included with this release.
  5102.  
  5103. In accordance with standard FBI practice and pursuant to FOIA exemption [5 U.S.C. 552
  5104. this response neither confirms nor denies the existence of your subject's name on any watch lists.
  5105.  
  5106. For your information. Congress excluded three discrete categories of law enforcement and national
  5107. security records from the requirements of the FOIA. ?e_e 5 U.S. 0. 552{c) (2006 8: Supp. IV (2010). This
  5108. response is limited to those records that are subject to the requirements of the FOIA. This is a standard
  5109. notification that is given to all our requesters and should not be taken as an indication that excluded records
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  5146. EXPLANATION OF EXEMPTIONS
  5147. SUBSECTIONS OF TITLE 5, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 552
  5148.  
  5149. (A) specifically authorized under criteria established by an Executive order to be kept secret in the interest of national defense or foreign policy
  5150. and (B) are in fact properly classified to such Executive order;
  5151.  
  5152. related solely to the internal personnel rules and practices of an agency;
  5153.  
  5154. specifically exempted from disclosure by statute (other than section 552b of this title), provided that such statute(A) requires that the matters
  5155. be withheld from the public in such a manner as to leave no discretion on issue, or (B) establishes particular criteria for withholding or refers to
  5156. particular types of matters to be withheld;
  5157.  
  5158. trade secrets and commercial or financial information obtained from a person and privileged or confidential;
  5159.  
  5160. inter-agency or intra-agency memorandums or letters which would not be available by law to a party other than an agency in litigation with the
  5161. agency;
  5162.  
  5163. personnel and medical files and similar files the disclosure of which would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy;
  5164.  
  5165. records or information compiled for law enforcement purposes, but only to the extent that the production of such law enforcement records or
  5166. information A could be reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings, would deprive a person of a right to a fair
  5167. trial or an impartial adjudication, could be reasonably expected to constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy, could
  5168. reasonably be expected to disclose the identity of confidential source, including a State, local, or foreign agency or authority or any private
  5169. institution which furnished information on a confidential basis, and, in the case of record or information compiled by a criminal law
  5170. enforcement authority in the course of a criminal investigation, or by an agency conducting a lawful national security intelligence
  5171. investigation, information furnished by a confidential source, would disclose techniques and procedures for law enforcement
  5172. investigations or prosecutions, or would disclose guidelines for law enforcement investigations or prosecutions if such disclosure could
  5173. reasonably be expected to risk circumvention of the law, or could reasonably be expected to endanger the life or physical safety of any
  5174. individual;
  5175.  
  5176. contained in or related to examination, operating, or condition reports prepared by, on behalf ofagency responsible for the
  5177. regulation or supervision of financial institutions; or
  5178.  
  5179. geological and geophysical information and data, including maps, concerning wells.
  5180. SUBSECTIONS OF TITLE 5, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 552a
  5181. information compiled in reasonable anticipation of a civil action proceeding;
  5182.  
  5183. material reporting investigative efforts pertaining to the enforcement of criminal law including efforts to prevent, control, or reduce crime or
  5184. apprehend criminals;
  5185.  
  5186. information which is currently and properly classified pursuant to an Executive order in the interest of the national defense or foreign policy,
  5187. for example, information involving intelligence sources or methods;
  5188.  
  5189. investigatory material compiled for law enforcement purposes, other than criminal, which did not result in loss of a right, benefit or privilege
  5190. under Federal programs, or which would identify a source who furnished information pursuant to a promise that his/her identity would be held
  5191. in confidence;
  5192.  
  5193. material maintained in conne.cti0n with providing protective services to the President of the United States or any other individual pursuant to
  5194. the authority of Title 18, United States Code, Section 3056;
  5195.  
  5196. required by statute to be maintained and used solely as statistical records;
  5197. investigatory material compiled solely for the purpose of determining suitability, eligibility, or qualifications for Federal civilian employment
  5198. or for access to classified information, the disclosure of which would reveal the identity of the person who furnished information pursuant to a
  5199.  
  5200. promise that his/her identity would be held in confidence;
  5201.  
  5202. testing or examination material used to determine individual qualifications for appointment or promotion in Federal Government service he
  5203. release of which would compromise the testing or examination process;
  5204.  
  5205. material used to determine potential for promotion in the armed services, the disclosure of which would reveal the identity of the person
  5206. who fumished the material pursuant to a promise that his/her identity would be held in confidence.
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  5226. U.S. Department of Justice
  5227. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  5228. 170 Marcel Drive
  5229.  
  5230. Winchester, VA 22602
  5231.  
  5232. Ms. Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, Esq.
  5233. MMLER Partnership for Civil Justice Fund
  5234. 617 Florida Avenue, NW
  5235. Washington, DC 20001
  5236.  
  5237. CAUTION
  5238. Do not bend or fold
  5239. Avoid exposure to all magnetic fields
  5240.  
  5241. 1178231 -000lOccu py Wall Street
  5242.  
  5243. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  5244. FOIA RELEASE
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  5250. General Instructions TO VIEW CD: (Windows)
  5251. Install Acrobat Reader on your computer
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  5253. Place CD into your CD-ROM drive
  5254.  
  5255. Double click on MY COMPUTER icon (located on your
  5256. desktop)
  5257.  
  5258. Double click on the drive for your
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  5260. Double click on any folder icon to View its contents
  5261.  
  5262. Double click on a PDF icon within a folder to view its
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