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Church Committee: Hearings-- Volume 2

Church Committee: Hearings-- Volume 2

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The Huston Plan
[September 23rd - 25th; 1975]

In June of 1970, duringg the wave of domestic protest centered around the war in Vietnam, President Nixon approved a set of recommendations known as the Huston Plan. This plan called for various agencies of goverment, including the CIA, FBI and military intelligence agencies, to conduct wide-ranging intelligence-gathering activities targeted toward dissident groups and individuals. Most of these activities violated basic cibil liberties. The President revoked the plan 5 days later, though some of its recommendations continued to be carried out. Volume 2 consists of hearings followed by a lengthy set of document exhibits. Witnesses included Tom Charles Huston, the author of the plan, former CIA counterintelligence head James Angleton, and former Assistant Director of the FBI Charles Brennan.
The Huston Plan
[September 23rd - 25th; 1975]

In June of 1970, duringg the wave of domestic protest centered around the war in Vietnam, President Nixon approved a set of recommendations known as the Huston Plan. This plan called for various agencies of goverment, including the CIA, FBI and military intelligence agencies, to conduct wide-ranging intelligence-gathering activities targeted toward dissident groups and individuals. Most of these activities violated basic cibil liberties. The President revoked the plan 5 days later, though some of its recommendations continued to be carried out. Volume 2 consists of hearings followed by a lengthy set of document exhibits. Witnesses included Tom Charles Huston, the author of the plan, former CIA counterintelligence head James Angleton, and former Assistant Director of the FBI Charles Brennan.

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INTELLIGENCECTIVITIES
SENATEESOLUTION1
HEARINGS
BEFORE THE
SELECTCOMMITTEE O STUDYGOVERNMENTAL PERATIONS ITHRESPECTO NTELLIGENCE CTIVITIES
OF THE
UNITED STATESSENATE
NINETY-FOURTH CONGRESS
FIRST SESSION
VOLUME 2HUSTON PLAN
SEI’TE:;\IRI3R
23, 24, ASD %ri. 1975Printed for the use of the Select Committee To Study GovernmentalOperations With Respect to Intelligence Activities
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE02-6@50WASHISGTON : 1976
 
SENATE SELECT COMMI!l?l!EE TO STUDY GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS
WITH RESPECT TO INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIESFRANK CHURCH, Idaho, ChdtnanJOHN G. TOWER, Texas, Vice ChairmanPHILIP A. HART, Michigan HOWARD H. BAKER, JR., TennesseeWALTER F. MONDALE, Minnesota BARRY GOLDWATER, ArizonaWALTER D. HUDDLESTON, Kentucky,CHARLES McC. MATHIAS, JR., MarylandROBERT MORGAN, North CarolinaRICHARD SCHWEIKER, PennsylvaniaQARY HART, Colorado
WILLIAM 0. MILLER,
b’tofl Director
~EDEBICK 9. 0. SCEWABZ,
Jr.,
Chief
COUC9Cl
CURTIS R.
SMOTHERS,
Counsel to the Minority
AUDEEY HATEP, C'krk of the
Committeecm
 
CONTENTS
HEARING DAYSTuesday, September 23, 1975------------------------------------------Wednesday, September 24,1975_-------------------------_-------_-----Thursday, September 25, 1975-----------------__-__-----_--_----------------LIST OF WITNDS,SES
TUESDAY, SEP~EMBEB 23, 1975
Huston, Tom Charles, former Associate Counsel and Staff Assistant ‘toPresident Richard M. luixon-----_------_-------__--_-------------------
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 24,
1975Angleton, James, former Central Intelligence Agency official, accompaniedby John T. Brown, Counsel------- _-__- -_--__-__- ______-___ - __-_____
THUREDAY, SEPTEMBEB 25, 1975
Brennan, Charles, former Assistant Director, Federal Bureau of Investiga-tion, Domestic Intelligence Division __-__-__--__--_------------------HEARINGS EXHIBITS 1No. l-Special Report, Interagency Commit,& on Intelligence (ad hoc),Chairman J. Edgar Hoover, June, 1970, the “Huston Plan”------No. 2-July 1970 memorandum to H. R. Haldeman from Tom CharlesHuston ; Subject : Domestic Intelligence Review ________________No. 3-July 14, 1970 memorandum to Tom Charles Huston from H. R.Haldeman ; Subject : Domestic Intelligence Review _____-__---_No. 4--July 23, 1970 memorandum to Richard Helms from Tom CharlesHuston; Subject: Domestic Intelligence--------------- ____ -_--_No. 5-June 20, 1969 memorandum to Cartha D. DeLoach from WilliamC. Sullivan ; Subject : Tom Charles Huston, Staff Assistant to thePresident _-__-______________-____________________-----------No. 6-June 20,1969 memorandum to the Director of the Federal Bureauof Investigation from Tom Charles Huston, Staff Assistant to thePresident __-______-_________-____________________-----------No. ‘?-June 30, 1969 memorandum to William C. Sullivan from CharlesD. Brennan ; Subject : Foreign Support for Revolutionary ProtestMovements in the United States _-_____-________ -__-_--__-__--_
NO.
%-June 5, 1970 memorandum to Cartha D. DeLoach from WilliamC. Sullivan ; Subject : Interagency Committee on Intelligence (Es-tablished by the President, June 5, 1970) - ____ - ________________
NO.
9-June 5,197O memorandum to Ciartha D. DeLoach from William C.Sullivan ; Subject : Interagency Committee on Intelligence
(Estab-
lished by the President, June 5, 1970).June 6, 1970 memorandum to Cartha D. DeLoach from William C.Sullivan ; Subject : Interagency Intelligence Commi,ttee (Estab-lished by the President, June 5,197O) ____ --_----_--__- _________
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2091 Under criteria determined by the Committee. in consultation with the White House,
the Deputment of Defense, the Department of Justice the Central In~telligence Agencyand the Federal Bureau of Investigation. certain mateiials have been deleted from thosddocuments, some of which were previously
classllkrl,
to maintain the internal operatingProcedures of the agencies involved, and to protect intelligence sourcea and methods.Further delitions were made with respect to protecting #the privacy of certain individualsand groups. These deletions do not change the material content of these exhibits.

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