Estabrook v. Federal Express Corp. discovery via email attachment from FedEx Counsel David Knox to Complainant's Counsel Stanley Silverstone 18FEB2015; Attachment 1 of 2 FedEx Revised Privilege Log PDF 6p. 17FEB2015
FedEx Counsel David Knox email to Complainant's Counsel Silverstone re: Estabrook v. Federal Express Corp. discovery 18FEB2015; Attachment 2 of 2 FedEx Fisher 05AUG2013 email directing NOQ UFN for Estabrook PDF 2p.
Department of Homeland Security Freedom of Information Act Response Part 2 to Mark Estabrook's Counsel Lee Seham PDF 97p. 22APR2015
  • See DHS page numbers 00111-00112 for terrorist package tracking (pinging) activity and IP sourcing
  • See DHS page numbers 00125-00126 and 00183; confirming the bombs were timed for inflight detonation
  • See DHS page numbers 00153 and 00198 reporting possible prior FedEx package shipments from Yemen on 25, 26 September 2010, almost a month prior to the October 29, 2010 printer bomb shipments
  • See DHS page numbers 00175 and 00198 for report of a preceding failed bomb attempt via FedEx on 27 September 2010, almost a month prior to the October 29, 2010 printer bomb shipments
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