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Jim Morrison FBI File

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Jim Morrison of the Doors FBI File. What a dude he was. Drugs got him.
Jim Morrison of the Doors FBI File. What a dude he was. Drugs got him.

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UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF
JUSTICE
FEDERAL
BUREAU
OF INVESTIGATION
RECORDS
DISCLOSURE
COVER
SHEET
FOI/PA
BRANCH
RECORDS
MANAGE 4ENT
DIVISION
WASHINGTON,
D.
C. 20535
Subject
of
Request:
Jam
es
Doug
las
Morrison
Mr. A.
J.
Weberman
Independent
Associates
6
Bleeker
Street
New
York,
New
York
10012
Dear
Mr. Weberman:
FOIPA
No.
72,130
/190-
JUN
198
Enclosed
are copies of
documents
from
our
files.
Where
noted
on
the
enclosed
documents,
excisions
have been
made
in
order
to
protect
materials
which
are
exempted
from
disclosure
by
the following
subsections of
Title
5,
United
States
Code,
Section
552
and
Section
552a
.
The
exemption number(s)
indicated
by
a
mark
appearing
in
the
block
to
the
left
of
the
subsection
cited
co
nstitutes
the
authority
for
withholding the
deleted material.
(See
Form
4-694a,
enclosed, for
an
explanation
of
these
exemp
tions).
You
will
note
that
whenever
page(s)
have been
withheld
in
their entirety
a
sheet
has
been
substituted
listing
the
number
of page(s),
the
identity
of
th
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location
within
the
file,
and
exemptions
under
which
they
were
withheld
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deletion
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made
from
the enclosed
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the
appropria
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subs
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TITLE
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upon
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personnel
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clearly
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records
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purposes, the
disclosure
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which would:
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with
law
enforcement
proceedings, including
pending
investigations;
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person
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fair
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or
give
one
party of
a
controversy
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advantage
by
exclusive access
to
such
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an
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personal privacy
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disclose
investigative
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collected
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maps, produced
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pertaining
to
the
enforcement
of
criminal
law
incl·uding
efforts
to prevent,
control,
or
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crime
or
apprehend
crim inals,
except
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arrest
information
which
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currently
and
properly
classified
pursuant
to
Executive
Order
12065
in
the
interest
of
the
national
defense
or
foreign
policy,
for
example,
information involving
intelligence
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or
methods
investigatory
material
compiled
for
law enforcement
purposes,
other
than
criminal,
which
would
reveal
the
identity
of
an
individual
who
has
furnished information pursuant to
a
promise
that his
identity
would be
held in
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material
maintained
in connection
with
providing
protective
services
to the
President of
the
United
States
or
any
other
individual
pursuant to
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authority
of
Title
18, United
States
Code,
Section
3056
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by
statute
to
be
maintained
and
used
solely
as
statistical
records
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material
compiled
solely
for
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purpose
of
determining
suitability eligibility,
or
qualifications
for
Federal
civilian
employment
or
for
access
to
classified
information,
the
disclosure
of
which would
reveal
the
identity
of
the
person
who
furnished
information
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to
a
promise
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