2ND WHITE HOUSE MEMO:

White House counsel memo outlines pertinent material

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Following up on a memo released Tuesday morning, the White House counsel's office has sent another memo outlining what documents and materials need to be preserved for the investigation into allegations that someone in the White House leaked the name of a CIA operative.

Here is the text of the memo, from White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales:

"Pursuant to a request from the Department of Justice, I am instructing you to preserve and maintain the following:

"[F]or the time period February 1, 2002 to the present, all documents, including without limitation all electronic records, telephone records of any kind (including but not limited to any records that memorialize telephone calls having been made), correspondence, computer records, storage devices, notes, memoranda, and diary and calendar entries, that relate in any way to:

1. Former U.S. Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson, his trip to Niger in February 2002, and/or his wife's purported relationship with the Central Intelligence Agency;

2. Contacts with any member or representative of the news media about Joseph C. Wilson, his trip to Niger in February 2002, and/or his wife's purported relationship with the Central Intelligence Agency; and

3. Contacts with reporters Knut Royce, Timothy M. Phelps, or Robert D. Novak, or any individual(s) acting directly or indirectly, on behalf of these reporters."

You must preserve all documents relating, in any way, directly or indirectly, to these subjects, even if there would be a question whether the document would be a presidential or federal record or even if its destruction might otherwise be permitted."

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http://www.cnn.com/2003/ALLPOLITICS/09/30/cia.leak.whmemo2/

 

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