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According to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) which Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII):
I. CEII Defined
1. Relates details about the production, generation, transmission, or distribution of energy;
2. Could be useful to a person planning an attack on critical infrastructure;
3. Is exempt from mandatory disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act; and
4. Gives strategic information beyond the location of the critical infrastructure.
II. Helpful Resources
III. CEII Requests & Exemptions
An Owner/operator of a facility, including employees and officers of the owner/operator, may obtain CEII relating to its own facility directly from Commission staff. Non-employee agents of an owner/operator of such facility may obtain CEII relating to the owner/operator’s facility in the same manner as owner/operators as long as they present written authorization from the owner/operator to obtain such information. 388.113(d)
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII) Request Logs
Below, you will find the CEII request logs, as released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Extrasensory perception (ESP) involves reception of information not gained through the recognized senses and not inferred from experience. The term was coined by German psychical researcher, Rudolf Tischner, and adopted by Duke University psychologist J. B. Rhine to denote psychic abilities such as telepathy and clairvoyance, and their trans-temporal operation as precognition or retrocognition. ESP is also sometimes casually referred to as a sixth sense, gut instinct or hunch. The term implies acquisition of information by means external to the basic limiting assumptions of science, such as that organisms can only receive information from the past to the present.
Below are relevent documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.
Air Force Denial of ESP Records, April 01, 2015 [ 2 Pages, 0.2MB ] – I filed a FOIA request to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) for records relating to ESP. In the course of processing that request, the DIA found USAF records and forwarded them to that agency for review and release to me. This letter was sent, and states that they are classified and unable to be released.
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Denial of ESP Records, September 24, 2014 [ 2 Pages, 0.2MB ] – I filed a FOIA request to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) for records relating to ESP. In the course of processing that request, the DIA found CIA records and forwarded them to that agency for review and release to me. This letter was sent, and states that they are classified and unable to be released.
Extra-Sensory Perception, Final Report, 10 July 1953 [ 22 Pages, 4.84MB ]
Testing for Extrasensory Perception with a Machine, May 9, 1953 [38 Pages, 2.2MB] – Parapsychology, of which extrasensory perception (ESP) is a branch, is not transitory. Since reports of apparently significant ESP performances are increasing in number, it becomes more important to use the most rigorous of experimental techniques in testing the ESP hypothesis. A design of a scientifically rigorous experiment in ESP is presented as an acceptable model for work in this field. This report covers the design of an objective test of three modes of ESP, pretest considerations and planning, final testing, and results obtained using the specially designed testing and recording machine, the VERITAC. Finally, a statistical analysis of the results and a discussion of statistical considerations are presented.
The following is based on the introduction in the document:
The insatiable desire of the Soviet Union for intelligence of an almost unbelievable scope and nature supplies the basis for this monograph. The range of intelligence targets in the United States indicated by the Soviets is, on the one hand, information vital to the security of the United States and, on the other hand, information of perhaps some domestic value to the Soviet Union, but not remotely connected with the actual security of the United States. Between these divergencies we find a large volume of targets that defy absolute classification in these two categories due to the lack of information from the Soviets indicating the specific need to be fulfilled by each target.
This study revealed that known or tentatively identified Soviet Intelligence Service agents operating in the United States were engaged in developing intelligence regarding specific targets, but were also in most instances, to a somewhat lesser degree, collecting information identical in nature and source with individuals or organizations representing the Soviet Union in other capacities.
A review of intelligence target material developed by investigations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation revealed that regardless of the means employed to collect intelllgence and regardless of the categorical topics of these targets, there appeared to be two logical classifications for consideration. The first classification, which is discussed generally in Partl, involves the mass collection of intelligence of a wide scope and/or of a general nature. The magnitude of material collected within this first classification suggests that the Soviets collect a broad sampling of our knowledge for possible refinement into specific or primary intelligence targets.
The second logical classification of intelligence targets appears to include those targets that are refined to specific or primary targets, and in this way indicates more specific Soviet Intelligence interests in the United States~ As this phase of the study suggests more of a practical application to security and counterintelligence investigations, the material in this classification will be discussed comprehensively in Part II of this study. It is not the purpose of this monograph to consider operational techniques of Soviet Intelligence as a subject for study, except as they apply to the definition of Soviet Intelligence target.
Soviet Intelligence Targets in the United States, 1946-1953
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Uluslararası Af Örgütü, Türkiye’deki darbe girişiminin ardından başlayan gözaltı dalgalarında insan hakları ihlalleri yapıldığına dair ellerinde güvenilir kanıtlar bulunduğunu açıkladı. Örgüt raporunda, gözaltı merkezlerinde tutulanların dayak ve tecavüzün dahil işkence yöntemlerine maruz kaldığını belirtildi.
İşte o rapordan detaylar;
“Kaba dayak, tecavüz, işkence”
Uluslararası Af Örgütü, Türkiye’de darbe girişiminin ardından başlayan kitlesel gözaltı ve tutuklama dalgalarında alıkonulanlara işkence edildiğine dair ellerinde “güvenilir kanıtlar” bulunduğunu açıkladı. Londra merkezli insan hakları grubu, Türkiye’de resmi ve gayri resmi gözaltı merkezlerinde tutulanların dayak ve hatta tecavüzün aralarında olduğu işkence yöntemlerine maruz kaldığını savundu.
“Üst düzey askerlere tecavüz ediliyor”
Af Örgütü’nün avukatlar, doktorlar ve bir gözaltı merkezi çalışanına dayandırdığı rapora göre, Ankara ve İstanbul’da polis gözaltındakileri 48 saate dek ayak parmak uçlarında bekletiyor. Sözlü hakaret ve tehditlere maruz kalan mahkûmlara yiyecek, su ve tıbbi tedavi verilmiyor. Ankara’da gözaltındakileri temsil eden iki avukat, müvekkillerinin kendilerine “üst düzey askeri yetkililere tecavüz edildiğini gördüklerini” söylediğini belirtiyor. Üst düzey askerlere diğerlerine kıyasla daha kötü muamele edildiği, işkencenin gözaltındakileri “konuşturmaya yönelik” olduğu kaydediliyor. Bir kadın avukat, Çağlayan Adliyesi’nin 6. katındaki pencereden kendisini atmaya çalışan bir tutuklu gördüğünü aktarıyor.
Af Örgütü’nün Avrupa Direktörü John Dalhuisen, “Türkiye şu anda anlaşılır biçimde kamusal güvenlikle ilgili endişeler taşıyor. Ancak işkence, kötü muamele ve keyfi tutuklamaya hiçbir gerekçe olamaz” diye konuştu. Dalhuisen, Türk yetkilileri bu “nefret uyandırıcı” uygulamaları durdurmaya ve uluslararası gözlemcilerin gözaltı merkezlerine erişimine izin vermeye çağırdı.
AFP’ye konuşan üst düzey bir Türk yetkili ise iddiaları reddederek insan haklarına saygılı olduklarını savundu. Yetkili, “AB üyesi olmaya çalışan bir ülkenin yasalara saygı duymayacağını düşünmek absürd. Suçlamaları katiyen reddediyor ve insan hakları örgütlerini yaklaşık 250 sivili soğukkanlılıkla öldürenlere karşı alınan yasal tedbirleri tarafsız değerlendirmeye çağırıyoruz” dedi.
İddianame, örgütün kendisine yönelebilecek tehditleri bertaraf etme ile amaç ve hedeflerine ulaşmak için izlediği yollar hakkında da bilgiler içeriyor.
Uşak’ta, Fetullahçı Terör Örgütü/Paralel Devlet Yapılanması’nın (FETÖ/PDY) finans ayağına yönelik yürütülen soruşturma kapsamında hazırlanan ve mahkemece kabul edilen iddianamede, örgütün kendisine yönelebilecek tehditleri bertaraf etme ile amaç ve hedeflerine ulaşmak için önemli kişilere ait her türlü görsel ve işitsel bant kayıtlarından oluşan "tehdit ve şantaj arşivine sahip olduğu" belirtildi.
Uşak Cumhuriyet Başsavcılığı tarafından FETÖ/PDY’nin finans ayağına yönelik yaklaşık 1 yıldır süren soruşturma kapsamında hazırlanan 2 bin 527 sayfalık iddianamede, örgütün kendisine yönelebilecek tehditleri bertaraf etme ile amaç ve hedeflerine ulaşmak için izlediği yollar hakkında bilgilere de yer verildi.
Örgütün elebaşı Fetullah Gülen’in "bir numaralı sanık" olarak bulunduğu iddianamede, FETÖ/PDY’nin istihbarat birimlerine sızarak, hem kendisine yönelebilecek tehditleri bertaraf etme hem de hedef ve amaçlarına ulaşmak için siyaset, sivil ve askeri bürokrasi ile basın ve önemli kişiler üzerinde baskı oluşturma gücüne eriştiği belirtildi.
Örgütün bu yolla önemli bir güç elde ettiği ifade edilen iddianamede, şu değerlendirmelere yer verildi:
"FETÖ, istihbarat birimlerine sızmakla kendilerine gelebilecek her türlü operasyonu önceden haber alma, önleme ve karşı operasyon başlatma imkanına sahip. Bu yolla sadece savunma değil, saldırı imkanı da sağlamış, devletin istihbarat birimlerinin tüm imkanlarını kullanan, gizli bilgilerin tamamını elde eden bir yasa dışı silahlı örgüttür. Örgüt, gerek kendi hasımları ve gerekse hedef siyasiler, gazeteciler, mafya babaları, bürokratlar, akademisyenler, askerler ve diğer önemli meslek mensuplarının açıklarını içeren, şantaj malzemesi olarak kullanılabilecek her türlü görsel ve işitsel bant kayıtlarından, bu kayıtlara ait çözümlerden, fotoğraflardan her türlü resmi belgeye, hatta kişisel anekdotlara kadar her şeyi içeren bir arşive sahip bulunuyor."
"PKK ile işbirliği yaptı"
İddianamede, FETÖ’nün devlete sızma amacına tehdit olarak gördüğü her türlü unsuru bertaraf etmek için elindeki tüm imkanları kullandığına işaret edildi.
Örgütün siyasi iktidarı bertaraf edebilmek amacıyla da bu yola başvurduğunun ve toplumda bilinçli bir şekilde yolsuzluk, ahlaksızlık, hırsızlık yapıldığı yönünde algı operasyonlarına giriştiğinin bildirildiği iddianamede, FETÖ’nün hem genel seçimlerde hem yerel seçimlerde bölücü terör örgütü üyeleriyle iş birliğine girdiği ve bu şekilde devletin egemenliğinin zayıflatılmasını gaye edindiği de kaydedildi.
TSK’nın etkisizleştirilmesi ve darbe girişimi
İddianamede, örgütün elindeki bu imkanları kullanarak yürüttüğü faaliyetlerle Türkiye’nin saygın kurumlarının güvenilirliğini zedelediğine de işaret edilerek, örgütün Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri (TSK) içine yerleştirdiği mensuplarıyla gerçekleştirdiği 15 Temmuz darbe girişimine de yer verildi.
Örgütün, TSK’yı etkisizleştirmek adına, sözde darbe planları ile vatansever ve kahraman askeri personeli yok etmeye çalıştığı, kimi karşıtlarını ise sistem içinde tasfiye ederek, örgüt üyesi mensuplarını ordu içerisinde etkin bir konuma ulaşmasını sağladığı ifade edilen iddianamede, şunlar kaydedildi:
"Ordu içerisinde kendisine bağlı teröristler eliyle gizli bir yapı kurarak, 15 Temmuz gününde ortaya çıktığı üzere Türkiye Cumhuriyeti devletine, aziz Türk milletine ve Türkiye Cumhuriyeti hükümetine yönelik silahlı darbeye teşebbüs etmiş, sadece ve sadece Türkiye Cumhuriyeti devletinin ülkesi ve milleti ile bölünmez bütünlüğünü gaye edinen, ay yıldızlı al bayrağa ve sancağına sadakatle bağlı temiz Anadolu evlatlarını milletin ordusundan ayrıştırmaya gayret etmiş ve bizzat Türk milletine karşı örgüt mensuplarınca silah kullanmış, Türk Silahlı Kuvvetlerinde uzun yıllar silinmesi mümkün olmayan bir utanç yaratmış ve Türk milletinin kendi evlatlarından oluşan ordusuna yönelik güvenini sarsmıştır."
Throughout his time as the President of Cuba, many attempts were made by the United States to assassinate Fidel Castro. The attempts were made by the United States’s Central Intelligence Agency. All the attempts on Fidel Castro’s life failed.
Following World War II, the United States became secretly engaged in a practice of international political assassinations and attempts on foreign leaders. For a considerable period of time, the U.S. Government officials vehemently denied any knowledge of this program since it would be against the United Nations Charter. On March 5, 1972, Richard Helms, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director, declared that, “no such activity or operations be undertaken, assisted, or suggested by any of our personnel.” In 1975, the U.S. Senate convened the Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities. It was chaired by the Senator Frank Church (D-Idaho). The Church Committee uncovered that CIA and other governmental agencies employed a so-called tactic of “plausible deniability” during decision-making related to assassinations. CIA subordinates were deliberately shielding the higher-ranking officials from any responsibility by withholding full amount of information about planned assassinations. Government employees were obtaining tacit approval of their acts by using euphemisms and sly wording in communications.
The Church Committee stated that it substantiated eight attempts by the CIA to assassinate Fidel Castro in 1960-1965. Fabian Escalante, a retired chief of Cuba’s counterintelligence, who has been tasked with protecting Fidel Castro, estimated the number of assassination schemes or actual attempts by the Central Intelligence Agency to be 638. Some of them were a part of the covert CIA program dubbed Operation Mongoose aimed at toppling the Cuban government. The assassination attempts reportedly included cigars poisoned with botulinum toxin, a tubercle bacilli infected scuba-diving suit along with a booby-trapped conch placed on the sea bottom, an exploding cigar, a ballpoint pen containing a hypodermic syringe preloaded with the lethal concoction Blackleaf 40, and plain, mafia-style execution endeavors, among others. There were plans to blow up Castro during his visit to Ernest Hemingway’s museum in Cuba.
Some of the plots were depicted in a documentary film entitled 638 Ways to Kill Castro (2006) aired on Channel 4 of the British public-service television. One of these attempts was by his ex-lover Marita Lorenz whom he met in 1959. She allegedly agreed to aid the CIA and attempted to smuggle a jar of cold cream containing poison pills into his room. When Castro learned about her intentions, he reportedly gave her a gun and told her to kill him but her nerve failed. Some plots aimed not at murder but at character assassination; they, for example, involved using thallium salts to destroy Fidel Castro’s famous beard, or lacing Castro’s radio studio with LSD to cause him disorientation during the broadcast and damage his public image.
Castro once said, in regards to the numerous attempts on his life he believed had been made, “If surviving assassination attempts were an Olympic event, I would win the gold medal.”
(Special thanks to Wikipedia for above description)
Summary of Facts Investigation of CIA Involvement in Plans to Assassinate Foreign Leaders, 5 June 1975 [91 Pages, 3.9MB] – The following is a summary of facts gathered by the Executive Director of the CIA Commission concerning possible CIA involvement in plans to assassinate foreign leaders.
Memo Relating to Reconstruction of Agency Involvement in Plans to Assassinate Fidel Castro is at Best an Imperfect History, 25 April 1967 [145 Pages, 9.1MB]
The Cuban Project, also known as Operation Mongoose, was a covert operation of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) developed during the first year of President John F. Kennedy’s administration. On November 30, 1961, aggressive covert operations against Fidel Castro’s government in Cuba were authorized by President Kennedy.
The operation was led by United States Air Force General Edward Lansdale and went into effect after the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion. Operation Mongoose was a secret program against Cuba aimed at removing the Communists from power, which was a prime focus of the Kennedy administration according to Harvard historian Jorge Domínguez.
A document from the United States Department of State confirms that the project aimed to “help Cuba overthrow the Communist regime”, including its leader Fidel Castro, and it aimed “for a revolt which can take place in Cuba by October 1962”. US policymakers also wanted to see “a new government with which the United States can live in peace”.
Operation Mongoose Declassified Documents
CIA FOIA Response Dated 22 October 2014 [2 Pages, 0.6MB]
CIA/IG Report, Operation MONGOOSE, Date Unknown [149 Pages, 24.1MB] – This appears to be similar to the IG report above, but it is a different page count and different MORI ID number.
Studies in Intelligence, Date Unknown, Book Review [4 Pages, 0.7MB]
Project Blue Book was one of a series of systematic studies of Unidentified flying objects (UFOs) conducted by the United States Air Force (U.S.A.F.). Started in 1952, it was the second revival of such a study. A termination order was given for the study in December 1969, and all activity under its auspices ceased in January 1970.
Air Force History’s Referencing UFOs in the Blue Book Era
History of the 5th Air Force, Daily Intel Summary, October 1952 [7 Pages, 1.7MB]
History of the 5th Air Force, Daily Intel Summary, August 1952 [7 Pages, 1.5MB]
Lessons Learned, Headquarters, 52d Combat Aviation Battalion, 22 September 1969 [54 Pages, 3MB] – It is unclear if this document is part of the Blue Book system. It does confirm, however, that towards the end of the Blue Book era, military installations were still seeing UFOs – some they were later able to identify – while others they were not.
The Condon Committee Report
The report contains the results of a scientific inquiry into the phenomena of Unidentified Flying Objects. This volume contains: (1) The scientific context, (2) Appendices A-X, and (3) The index.
These are searchable .pdf files, however, are quite large. Please note the file sizes.
The Condon Report, Volume 1, January 1969 [529 Pages, 174MB]
The Condon Report, Volume 2, January 1969 [374 Pages, 233MB]
The Condon Report, Volume 3, January 1969 [523 Pages, 275MB]
Other Related Documents
Project Blue Book Status Report Number 8, 31 December 1952 [17 Pages, 0.8MB] – This item can be found on microfilm roll number 85 of microfilm publication T1206. Project ‘Bluebook.’, 1947-1969.
Appendix I to Project Blue Book Status Report Number 8 [1 Page, 0.8MB]
Project Blue Book FBI File [13 Pages] – This small file relates to an Air Force program for the investigation of Unidentified Flying Objects. The Secretary of the Air Force discontinued this program in 1969.
Project Blue Book Records, Air Force Missile Development Center, 1947-1970 [42 Pages, 5.18MB] – These documents were obtained from the Air Force Historical Research Agency (AFHRA).
Review of the University of Colorado Report on Unidentified Flying Objects by a Panel of the National Academy of Sciences – The ad hoc committee concurs with the findings of the report of the University of Colorado entitled ‘Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Objects,’ Dr. Edward U. Condon, Scientific Director. Panel agrees that a study of UFOs in general is not a promising way to expand scientific understanding of the phenomena, and adds: ‘On the basis of present knowledge the least likely explanation of UFOs is the hypothesis of extraterrestrial visitations by intelligent beings.’
Unidentified Aerial Objects Project “Sign” [55 Pages, 19.8mb] – This is the best copy available, which was obtained by the DTIC.
Mohamed Mohamed el-Amir Awad el-Sayed Atta was an Egyptian hijacker and Islamic terrorist and one of the ringleaders of the September 11 attacks who served as the hijacker-pilot of American Airlines Flight 11, crashing the plane into the North Tower of the World Trade Center as part of the coordinated attacks.
Below, you will find various files on Atta, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Regarding Atta, Requested October 2014 [ 2 Pages, 0.2MB ] – More than 13 years after the attacks – the U.S. Government is still classifying material on Atta.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Regarding Atta, Requested January 2016 [ 12 Pages, 0.7MB ] – After waiting a couple more years, I requested records again in January of 2016. To my surprised, USCIS is now claiming they “can not find” Atta’s alien file, but included some prints from their electronic system. What happened to Atta’s alien file, after having it classified for so many years?!
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Says All Files are Classified, November 2014 [ 4 Pages, 0.2MB ] – Another denial of material on Atta, citing a law enforcement proceeding.
The Registration Inquiries Manual (RI Manual) contains guidance for the handling of registration-related inquiries concerning registrants born after December 31, 1959. It is an internal manual which sets forth specific responsibilities within the Agency for this activity. The Manual includes guidelines for standard and nonstandard responses, written or telephonic registration inquiries, and registrant inquiries from Federal law enforcement and investigative agencies. Samples of and guidelines for other types of standard responses, i.e., Status Information, Compliance, and “Prior” Letters, are included in separate Selective Service publications.
The Selective Service System has developed Registration Information (RI) standardized letters, and compliance letters to be used when responding to registration inquiries, concerning registrants born after December 31, 1959. Selective Service also developed standard Status Information Letters (Sils) which are used to respond to registration status requests. Sample copies of all standard letters are contained in Attachment A following this Chapter. They are identified by the letter “L” preceding a 3- or 4-digit alpha-numerical code.
Standard paragraphs are contained in Attachment Band are identified by the letter “P” preceding a 3-digit numerical code. Standard compliance letters are contained in Attachment D and are identified by the number “6” or “7”, preceding by one or two alphabetical letters. Standard Slls are contained in Attachment E and are identified by the letter “A”, “D” or “P” and preceding by a number or a letter.
Download Selective Service System Registration Inquiries Manual – RI Manual
Selective Service System Registration Inquiries Manual – RI Manual [318 Pages, 24.1MB] – The pages have various dates on them, so I do not believe there is one, official, “publication date” for this version. This was released in 2014, and in July of 2016, I requested an updated version of the manual, should one exist. This page will be updated, should another version be released.
ARAŞTIRMA DOSYASI /// FBI File : FBI Agent John P. O’Neill (Counter-terrorist agent who died in World Trade Center on 9/11/01)
John Patrick O’Neill
According to the FBI:
Although he escaped from his office in the North Tower after it was struck, he died later helping others evacuate when the tower collapsed. In 25 years as an Agent, O’Neill made a name for himself as a tenacious, hard-charging, and passionate fighter against terrorism.
He led the Counterterrorism Section at FBI Headquarters during some of the FBI’s most high-profile investigations, including the Oklahoma City federal building bombing, the attack on U.S. bases in Saudi Arabia, and the pursuit of the first World Trade Center bomber in 1993. He spent his last four years in the New York Office overseeing national security matters.
His leadership coordinating the investigations into the bombing of the USS Cole and two U.S. embassies in Africa cemented his reputation in the international counterterrorism and law enforcement communities. He had a son and a daughter. His family accepted the FBI Award for Meritorious Achievement in his honor.
Wikipedia describes Agent O’Neill:
John Patrick O’Neill (February 6, 1952 – September 11, 2001) was an American counter-terrorism expert, who worked as a special agent and eventually a Special Agent in Charge in the Federal Bureau of Investigation until late 2001. In 1995, O’Neill began to intensely study the roots of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing after he assisted in the capture of Ramzi Yousef, who was the leader of that plot.
He subsequently learned of al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden, and investigated the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia and the 2000 USS Cole bombing in Yemen. Partly due to personal friction he had within the FBI and federal government, O’Neill was pushed out of the Bureau in 2001. He became the head of security at the World Trade Center, where he died at age 49 in the September 11, 2001 attacks. In 2002, O’Neill was the subject of a Frontline documentary The Man Who Knew, and cast as the protagonist in the television miniseries The Path to 9/11 and the 2003 book, The Man Who Warned America.
Below, you will find what has been release, thus far, of Agent O’Neill’s FBI file.
There is still an open request that I have for additional records. If any exist, they will posted, when they become available.
The following documents were obtained on CD-ROM, and were in the following order. I preserved their order due to their size, and organization:
1315356-0 – 67E-HQ-679605 – Section 1 Serial 1 COVER SHEETMediaPage.PDF [417 Pages, 18MB]
According to the original FOIA response, additional records may have existed. So, I requested those, and received a letter that they believed more documents existed, however, they could not find them. Additionally, they believed that these possible additional records, were destroyed.
John P. O’Neill Additional Documents Destroyed [4 Pages, 1.2MB]