Plaintiffs’ Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment: Index of Exhibits

Index of Exhibits

To Plaintiff’s Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment and

Opposition to Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment

A. Declaration of Kerry Betz, Mar. 14, 2002

1. Attorney General Ashcroft, Press Briefing, Sept. 18, 2001

2. Attorney General Ashcroft, Press Briefing, Sept. 28, 2001

3. Attorney General Ashcroft, News Briefing, Oct. 18, 2001

4. Christopher Drew, Jo Thomas, and Don Van Natta, Jr., Hundreds of Arrests, but Promising Leads Unravel, N.Y.Times, Oct. 21, 2001

5. Neil A. Lewis and David Johnson, Jubilant Calls on Sept. 11 Led to F.B.I. Arrests, N.Y. Times, Oct. 28, 2001

6. Purposefully omitted

7. Dan Eggen and Susan Schmidt, Count of Released Detainees Is Hard to Pin Down, Wash. Post, Nov. 6, 2001

8. Attorney General Ashcroft and F.B.I. Director Mueller, News Conference, Oct. 16, 2001

9. Attorney General Ashcroft Announces the Appointment of the Special Master to Administer the Sept. 11 Victim Compensation Fund, Nov. 26, 2001

10. Letter to Melanie Ann Pustay, Office of Information and Privacy, Department of Justice, Oct. 29, 2001

11. Why Not Disclose, Wash. Post, Oct. 31, 2001

12. Arrests, Secrecy, Detroit Free Press, Nov. 2, 2001

13. Secrecy, Security and Justice, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Nov. 4, 2001

14. ‘Fully Satisfied’ How?, Wash. Post, Nov. 7, 2001

15. Disappearing in America, N.Y. Times, Nov. 10, 2001

16. Government Too Secretive about Jailing Immigrants, Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Nov. 12, 2001

17. Letter to Attorney General Ashcroft from Senators Leahy, Feingold, Kennedy and Reps. Conyers, Nadler, Scott, and Lee,Oct. 31, 2001

18. Letter from Senator Patrick Leahy to Attorney General Ashcroft, Nov. 7, 2001

19. Amy Goldstein and Dan Eggen, U.S. to Stop Issuing Detention Tallies, Wash. Post, Nov. 9, 2001

20. Letter from Senator Patrick Leahy to Attorney General Ashcroft, Nov. 9, 2001

21. Letter from Daniel J. Bryant to Senator Feingold, Nov. 16, 2001

22. Attorney General Ashcroft, Press Briefing, Nov. 27, 2001

23. Brooke A. Masters and Patricia Davis, Moussaoui Has Va. Hearing; Terror Suspect Ordered Held; Alexandria Jail Tightens Security, Wash. Post, Dec, 20, 2001

24. Steve Fainaru, Detainee Consented to Search, Wash. Post, Feb. 16, 2002

25. Declaration of Ashraf Nubani, filed in the case of Haddad v. Ashcroft

26. Kareem Fahim, INS Detainee Among Longest-Held Makes Plea for Release, Village Voice, Mar. 6-12, 2002

27. Four detainees-and how they got caught up in terrorist probe, Assoc. Press, Dec. 9, 2001

28. David Firestone, Wide Ranging Federal Sweep Changes Attitudes of Immigrants about US, N.Y. Times, Dec. 5, 2001

29. Amy Goldstein, A Deliberate Strategy of Disruption: Massive, Secret Detention Effort Aimed Mainly At Preventing MoreTerror, Wash. Post, Nov. 4, 2001

30. Attorney General Ashcroft, Press Briefing, Oct. 31, 2001

31. Philip Shenon and Don Van Natta, U.S. Says 3 Detainees May Be Tied to Hijackings, N.Y. Times, Nov. 1, 2001

32. Testimony of Michael Boyle, Esq. before the Committee on the Judiciary of the United States Senate, Dec. 4, 2001

33. Jane Fritsch, Grateful Egyptian is Freed as U.S. Terror Case Fizzles, N.Y. Times, Jan. 18, 2002

34. Lois Romano & David S. Fallis, Questions Swirl Around Men Held In Terror Probe, Wash. Post, Oct. 15, 2001

35. Richard A. Serrano, Many Held in Terror Probe Report Rights Being Abused, L.A. Times, Oct. 15, 2001

36. Barbara Crossette, Diplomats Protest Lack of Information, N.Y. Times, Dec. 20, 2001

37. Laurie P. Cohen and Jess Bravin, Denied Access to Attorneys: Some Detainees Are Jailed Without Charges on INS Offenses, Wall St. J., Nov. 1, 2001

38. Josh Gerstein, Cases Closed: Information on Immigration Hearings, Records Restricted, ABCNews.com, Nov. 19, 2001

39. Alison Leigh Cowan, Detainees’ Lawyers Complain of Unfair Treatment, N.Y. Times, Oct. 21, 2001

40. William Glaberson, Detainees Are at Odds with Official Reports of an Orderly Investigation, N.Y.Times, Sept. 29, 2001

41. Amy Goldstein, I Want To Go Home: Detainee Tony Oulai Awaits End of 4-Month Legal Limbo, Wash. Post, Jan. 26, 2002

42. Testimony of Ali Al-Maqtari before the Committee on the Judiciary of the United States Senate, Dec. 4, 2001

43. Richard A. Serrano, Isolation, Secrecy Veil Most Jailed in Roundup, L.A. Times, Nov. 4, 2001

44. Judy Peres, Concerns rise of civil rights being ignored, Chicago Trib., Oct. 16, 2001

45. Indiana men ordered to testify return to Evansville, Assoc. Press, Oct. 25, 2001

46. Evansville Man Says He Was Questioned About Flying Lessons, Assoc. Press, Oct. 20, 2001

47. Amy Goldstein, No Evidence in Pilot’s Case, Wash. Post, Feb. 2, 2002

48. Amy Goldstein, No Longer Material Witness, West African Still Detained, Wash. Post, Feb. 15, 2002

49. Tamar Lewin, Cleared After Terror Sweep, Trying to Get His Life Back, N.Y. Times, Dec. 28, 2001

50. Affadavit of Michael E. Rolince, Section Chief of the Counter terrorism Division’s International Terrorism Operations Section, F.B.I., Oct. 4, 2001

51. Hundred held on immigration charges, USA Today, Jan. 3, 2002

52. Christopher Lawton, Rally for Release of Detainees Names, Newsday, Jan. 27, 2002

53. Chris Mondics, Privacy no excuse for terror-probe secrecy, critics say, Phil Inq., Dec. 11, 2001

54. Memorandum for the Attorney General from Richard L. Huff and Daniel J. Metcalfe, May 10, 1996

55. John Donnelly and Wayne Washington, Diplomats Fault Lack of US Notice on Many Detainees, Boston Globe, Nov. 1, 2001,

56. Testimony of Gerald H. Goldstein, Esq., before the Committee on the Judiciary of the United States Senate, Dec. 4, 2001

57. Memorandum from Chief Immigration Judge Michael Creppy to all Judges; Court Administrators, Sept. 21, 2001

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