404(b). Upon careful consideration of the pleadings, the oral argument of counsel, the relevant law, and the entire record in this case, the Court finds that the Government's Motion shall be granted, in part, and denied, in part, as hereinafter provided.
Subsequent to the Defendant's arrest in this case, the Defendant's brother-in-law, Brian Warner, contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation ("FBI") in Colorado. Mr. Warner indicated that the Defendant's wife, Ingrid Duran, had received four letters from the Defendant by mail and that the family wished to make these letters available to the FBI. An FBI agent and a Secret Service agent traveled to where Ms. Duran was staying and received photocopies of four letters and copies of the two envelopes in which the letters were mailed.
The two envelopes received by the agents bore the return address of the Embassy Suites Hotel, located in Vienna, Virginia, and were postmarked on October 31, 1994 in Washington, D.C. The four items contained in the envelopes, copies of which are attached hereto as Exhibits A-D, were as follows:
(1) A one-page letter written on the Embassy Suites Hotel stationary, dated October 28, 1994, addressed to "To Whom It May Concern," and signed by the Defendant (Exhibit A);