Internal FBI Email re: Wednesday's AG Briefing

The document is an internal FBI email sent to FBI Director Robert Mueller, including a brief synopsis of an AG briefing that covered the issues of MEK interviews and the impact of potential press on ongoing operations.

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Email
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Thursday, June 10, 2004
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Thursday, January 14, 2010
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DECLASSIFY ON: 01-12-2035
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Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2004 11:18 AM
To: MUELLER, ROBERT S. III (DO) (FBI)
Cc: P1STOLE, JOHN S. (DO) (FBI); BALD, GARY M. (CTD) (FBI);
Subject: Wednesday's AG briefing
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2. MEK interviews - AG expressed appreciation for thorough summary by analyst of interview results. b
DAG initiated discussion of State proposal to relocate some detainees to US and adverse impacts of doing so on b7C
US prosecutions and on Iran policy toward AQ detainees.
3. latest Madrid bombing arrests - We're working to determine if subjects have any links to US; none yet.
41 E laid out impact of potential press on ongoing ops. AG more concerned about disruption, and power
of press coverage to accomplish that.
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