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RE: Surveillance Op Log

Released on 2012-05-10 01:00 GMT

Email-ID 1701604
Date 2009-08-20 18:48:35
One other point --

Think about what Brian or Kyle could have done with a video camera from a
vehicle when you lost me on 6th street? Could have played the tape back
to see where I went. Mobile surveillance w/discreet video can also
recover things that the eye does not see, such as the document I left in
the newspaper box by the church.

Assume you guys recovered that? :)


From: Fred Burton []
Sent: Thursday, August 20, 2009 11:42 AM
To: 'Lauren Goodrich'; 'Marko Papic'
Cc: 'Reva Bhalla'; 'lauren'; 'Kristen Cooper'; 'Korena Zucha'; 'Bayless
Parsley'; 'Catherine Durbin'; 'Alex Posey'; 'ben'; 'Charlie Tafoya';
'Michael Wilson'; 'Jesse T. Sampson'; 'Kendra Vessels'; 'John Hughes';
'robert'; 'Rodger Baker'; 'Scott Stewart {6}'; 'Anya Alfano'
Subject: RE: Surveillance Op Log
Good work for the first time out. Not great work, but good enough as a
first exercise. Marko's job like any surveillance team leader is
tough. Following someone is tough work. It's not like in the movies.

Note -

* I did a clothing change out of view as I went down the side walk
(channel) by the parking garage immediately when the exercise began,
knowing you would call me out with a description. Unbeknownst to me, the
team had lost the eye.

* The use of bikes was good, except Bayless should ride the bike instead
of pushing it around. Odd demeanor hit.

* Time & distance. I picked up one of you right away by the park, then
again later on at the church across town. Same dress. Remember the time
& distance rule. Any person or vehicle seen over time and distance is
more then likely surveillance.

* Missed my informant meet with Rodger and my passing of the Top Secret
document. I enjoyed eating lunch and drinking very cold ice tea, watching
many of you wander by in a panic.

* Feeling of burned is very normal. For the most part, if I didn't know
you, I would not have seen you.

* Use of the CP was great work. Fieldmen need to go with their instincts
and disregard Hqs guidance when in a pinch (sorry Marko) like when you
lost me and Korena thought I was getting a facial; next time folks fan out
and find me.

* Did I meet with a priest? You will never know....

Next time, you will be ready for OPERATION CURVEBALL.


From: Lauren Goodrich []
Sent: Thursday, August 20, 2009 11:20 AM
To: Marko Papic
Cc: Reva Bhalla; lauren; Kristen Cooper; Korena Zucha; Bayless Parsley;
Catherine Durbin; Alex Posey; ben; Charlie Tafoya; Michael Wilson; Jesse
T. Sampson; Kendra Vessels; John Hughes; robert; Fred Burton; Rodger Baker
Subject: Surveillance Op Log
Here are the notes I took if you want them.

Lauren Goodrich
Director of Analysis
Senior Eurasia Analyst
T: 512.744.4311
F: 512.744.4334