Letter from Scott Muller, CIA, to Jack Goldsmith, OLC, re: suggested modifications to the CIA OIG Special Review

<p>This letter from Scott Muller explains that Jack Goldsmith's letter to George Tenet, Director of the CIA, was forwarded to the Inspector General and that his office would decide whether the suggested changes to the Special Review would be made. It confirms receipt of Goldsmith's 6/18/2004 letter (ACLU-RDI 4570).&nbsp;[OLC Vaughn Index #38]</p>

Tuesday, June 22, 2004
Sunday, August 23, 2009

• •••¦ •¦••••••1 I I• TOP CRET Central Intelligence Agency Office of General Counsel Washington, D.C. 20505 Date: 06/004 • To: Jack Goldsmith 'Organization: Department f.Tustice/OLC Phone: Fax: L From: Scott W. Muller Organization: _Office of General Counsel Phone: Fax: Number of Pages (Including Cover) 2 Comments: 3g.TOP ECRED, DOJ OLC 001075 P.Z CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE APENCY Washington, D.O. 20505 General Cotinsel 22 June 2004 The Honorable Sack L. Goldsmith III Assistant Attorney General Office' of Legal Counsel Department of Justice Washington, D.C. 20530 Dear Mr.Goldsmith: ( i/..'NP) This responds to your 18 June 2004letter to the Director of Central Intelligence in which yo ,i.suggested modifications to the Inspector General's report on'the Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) Counterterrorism Detention and Interrogation Activities. We have forwarded to the Inspector General your letter and its attached memoranduM and addendumcontaining your suggested changes to' the report. The InSpeotor General will consult with you and determine whether the reportshould be supplemented with the changes you have recommended. (.ks7.itN10) We will forward the Inspector General!s report to the intelligence oversight committees this week. As you know, Appendix C of the report includes a dopy of the 1 August 2002 legal opinion from your office to CIA regarding the use of certain interrogation techniques with Abu Zubaydah, Scott W. Muller TOP CRET/.AR DOJ OLC 001076