9/11 Search Warrant

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Search warrant against 9/11 hijacker's car  (2001) 
Following the September 11th attacks, the FBI seized the blue Nissan that hijacker Mohamed Atta drove to the airport. The following is the application for a search warrant, the search warrant, the affadavit and the receipt for property seized from the car.

Receipt of Property Seized[edit]

September 11th attacks
Transcripts
Flight 93 Cockpit Transcript
Flight 93 Transcript with air control
FDNY Radio Transcripts
9-1-1 calls from inside the towers
Aftereffects
Search warrant for Atta's rental car
9/11 Commission Report
Office of Special Counsel release

See Attached Recipt of Property Seized

On (date) 9-13-01
At (time) 7:45p.m.
(Name) 2001 Nissan Altima
(Location) Maine State Police Crime Lab, Augusta, Maine
  1. Floor Mat
  2. Maps, rental agreement, paperwork
  3. Alamo map, pen, tape
  4. Floor Mat
  5. Floor Mat
  6. Tissue and Parking Receipt
  7. Map
  8. Maps and other documents
  9. Rug
  10. Hair
  11. Hair
  12. Hair
  13. Vacuum Filter
  14. Vacuum Filter
  15. Vacuum Filter
  16. Vacuum Filter
  17. Vacuum Filter
    Page 2
    Page 1
  18. Front Passenger Carpet Sample
  19. Trunk Carpet Sample
  20. Fabric Sample Front Passenger Seat
  21. Food
  22. Overhead light lense
  23. Seat belt buckle
  24. Seat Belt buckle
  25. Seat belt buckle
  26. Seat Belt buckle
  27. Seat belt buckle
  28. Chips Ahoy package; Ashtray
  29. Toothpick
  30. Rear View Mirror
  31. 18 Latent Print Lifts
(END OF LIST)
Total of 31 Items Listed

Motion to Unseal the Documents[edit]

The Government's Motion to Unseal
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE

IN RE: Affidavit and Application to Search and Warrant to Search A blue Nissan Altima automobile, VIN 1N4DL01D81C212547, bearing Massachusetts license plate number 3335VI

Misc. No 01-46-C


GOVERNMENT'S MOTION TO UNSEAL

NOW COMES the United States of American, by and through its attorneys, Paula D. Silsby, United States Attorney, and respectfully moves this Honorable Court to unseal the Application and Affidavit for Search Warrant, Search Warrant, and Receipt/Inventory of Property Taken pursuant to Search Warrant, in the above-captioned matter. The government previously moved to seal these items and the Court granted those motions on September 12 and 14, 2001. In light of investigative developments and publicity since those dates, the Government no longer believes that the above items should remain sealed.

Dated at Portland, Maine this 4th day of October, 2001.
Paula D. Silsby
United States Attorney
Richard W. Murphy
Richard W. Murphy
Assistant United States Attorney
This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. 105).