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CIA IIIST8RICAI. REVIEW PROGRA/ri
THE LIBYAN CASE
The Libyan Case first came ·to of- the - Agency
on· 7 September 1976 when Kevin· t-lulcahy7a· former-Agency ' emp loyee,
contacted t-\r. Theodore - Shackley,- Associate Deputy .. Director for
Operations, . . and advised Mr.· .Shacklef he to meet with
Agency officials to discuss the act1V1t1es of a · f1rm he was
associated with known as ••Intercontinental Technology
Mr. t-tulcahy indicated that the firm was involved in ..a
project in Libya to clear World.War II_mine but
had become suspicious that more than mine clearing was Involved.
Early on - 8 September 1976, toucJ:t  
A. Cox of the Inspector -General! s Office who met Wl th Mulc'ahy
later in the day. During this meeting Mr. Mulcahy indicated that
he had come in the of!ice of Mr. Edwin p:
Wilson which lead Mr. · Mulcahy to conclude that · the firm known . as
"Inter-Technology, Inc." was · involved in a program to teach covert
techniques to individuals in Libya and that the mine ·
clearing project was merely a "covera" Mr. Wilson is also
former Agency employee. and according to Mr. he is the"
·o.,..-ner of "Inter-Technology." (It is not clear if "Interconti-
nental Technology" and "Inter-Technology" are synonymous or if
there are actually two firms used by Hr. Wil son.) Mr. Mulcahy
gave Mr.- · Cox copies of · the documents--one of \vhich · was a proposal
conduct a program to teach covert sabotage techniques and other
clandestine tradecraft using the cover of a mine ·clearing opera-
tion.' The second was a copy of a · contract between Inter-Technology
and John H. Harper, a former Agency _employee, under which Mr. Harpe-r
agreed to go to Libya · to teach mine disposal techniques for one
year at a salary of $98,000. It was during this meeting with
Mr. Cox that Mr. Mulcahy alleged that a current Age·ncy E'!mployee
was receiving payments from Inter-Technology in return for arranging
to have an Agency contractor; American Electronics Laboratory (AELJ,
manufacture sophisticated timing devices used in conjunction
terrorist explosive_ devic_es_ ._ .... · Mul cahy=-a ge'd ... he" pe rsonilly
"had delivered ' the"·money to our employee on several occa's ions ··at the
-•Ramada Inn • at Tysons Corner, Virginia, and · that -·our employee had
-c- · taken a cut of $3,700. from· the $15 ,ooo·"'cash paym·ent" whi:ch...,.was--,nade.
to·-thEPcon tractor:. fa.r-=.the !. j:.i_ming_ devices.
In both his phone conversation with Mr. Shackley and his
meeting with Mr. Cox, )•1r. behaved in · an excited and
emotional -fashion ""and- appeared to Mr. Cox: to·#he under the in-flu-
e of ·a l'c ohO 1: • r n 1 ca hy., had b

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on 6 and 7 September, behaved-:n a s7m1lar fash1on, and d1d not
impress ·the ·-FBI· agent ·as a··rel1able 1nformant. Mr.
limited his conversation with the FBI agent to the allegations
regarding the activities_of in Libya and did
not mention any informat1on concern1ng our current employee.
The-FBI agent-prepared a report but appar-
ently did

Following receipt by the-Agency of the information from
Mr. Mulcahy, internal checks were conducted which tended
confirm certain aspects of ·his· story\ The emp 1 oyee did
have official dealings with AEL and the AEL's employees men-
tioned by Hr.   did have security clearances for work on
Agency contracts. Our noweve·r, · is not· an authorized
contracting officer. ·In a-ddition; -the··Agency- received an
<independent report· from a· retired Agency employee that Mr.- Wilson
had approached him on 3 September with ·a proposal to undertake
a· mission to Libya which would involve teaching explosive
'l!lanufacturing techniques to individuals nominated by the Libyan
Government. The offer included a salary of $100,000 per year
and other fringe benefits. When the retired employee declined
the offer, Mr. Wilson pressed him for the name of someone else
who might be qualified to handle the job, A name was provided
but this person also refused Mr. Wilson's offer.
Based on the- foregoing,·•cr::decisionTwas made by the Deputy
Director of Central-Intelligence to formally refer this case
to the-- FBL Mr. Vernon Weimar, FBI Liaison Officer, was briefed
on the case on 13 September 1976 by the Director of Security
and also met with the Deputy Inspector General on the same day.
The Office of General Counsel (OGC) also briefed the Department
of Justice on 13 September. On 16 September Mr. Weimar infor-
mally advised that the FBI was prepared to undertake an
investigation and requested that a formal memorandum be submitted
to the FBI requesting such an investigation. This memorandum
was forwarded to the FBI on 17 September. On 21 Septembe4 a
second memorandum was forwarded to the FBI containing additional
information which had come to the Agency's attention---the mosJ<
significant of was the fact that a former operational
'asset of the Agency had reported on 19 September that he also
had been approached by Mr. Wilson. The asset and two fellow
'members· of the Florida Cuban community had been requested to
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YJleet-Mr';""Wilson ·in· Europe. They met in Geneva;-Switzerlan;i,
endS September_where Mr. a s_econd:i!2dividual,
e-"identl fied only as ''Frank" but belleved to be a former Agency
employee· by' the ·nam-e"' of Fr-a.'n-cis: E;· Terpir;-'proposed that the
three Cubans the-misston to teach covert· sabotage
techniques in·Libya·and to undertake an assassination mission
'of a Libyan who had "defected" to Egypt .. The three Cubans
declined and returned immediately to the United States where
one of them contacted his former Directorate" of Operations
case officer to report the approach by Mr. Wilson.• On 23
September 1976 a representative of the FBI's Alexandria Field
Office contacted the Office of Security to advise that his
Office had been assigned the case and that agents from
Alexandria would be conducting a series of interviews of Agency
personnel. In this regard he requested a series of biographic
profiles so that the agents would have some idea of the Agency
position and cover status_of those current and former employees
who would be interviewed. This material was passed to the FBI
on 24 September. All information has been passed to the
FBI has been passed in a classified form and the FBI has agreed
that its overall report will be classified. Assuming that the
case results in prosecution, certain aspects of the investigative
report will have to be prepared in an unclassified version.
The' FBI·· agen t·s-·conouctecl'· a seri"e·s- of interviews on 2 8
September ·1976· Agency employees such as   Cox and Mr.
Shackley·wno had been in touch with some of the principaisQin
the case-:.,. The· agents plan to build a substantial case by inter-
viewing persons such as individuals employed by-the manufacturer
AEL, before confronting either our employee or Mr. Wilson.
the FBI interviews on 28 September, the Chief/Office of Logistics
ProcureQent Staff-briefed the agents on the normal Agency contract
procedures and speci ficall"y''advi sed that a transaction in the
amount of $15,000 would require a written contract and written
certification of receipt' of the material.·· The agents were also
advised that only a contracting officer with written delegations
of authority may commit the Agency to a specific contract and
that our employee is not a contracting officer. The FBI is
continuing its investigation and planned to interview Kevin
Mulcahy on the evening of 1 October 1976.
During his contacts with members of the Agency, Kevin
Mulcahy mentioned_two other firms as being involved in supplylng
material to Inte'r-Technology for the Libyan project:· These _
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Electronics," subsequently identified as Houseno1d DataServices,
a'firm owned by former Agency employee·navid L. Christ. -Both
of these firms have contracts-with the Agency. The role of
Household Data Services has not as yet been made clear, but SCI
was providing timing devices to Inter-Technology··for use in
Libya. •A representative of SCI has that-his company's
participation was legal and he was not operating under th&
irnpressiono·that there was ·a··(ii-A· connection with· the projec..t.
The preceding paragraphs have described. the_major
tions in the case as well as·the major developments; however,
there are also many. tangential issues The following
paragraphs-will-address these issues.
The central figure. in.cthe Libyan Case is Edwin P. Wilson.
He--is -listed as a Vice President of Inter-Technology but Kevin
Mulcahy, who is listed as the President of Inter-Technology,
has stated that Hr. Wi 1 son is the owner of the-  
Mr. Wilson recruited Mr. Harper to go to Libya and made pitches
to two other ex-Agency employees as well as to the three Cubans.
•Mr. Wilson was a staff employee of the Office of Security-from
1955 until 1960 at which time he became a staff agent. As a
staff agent he was first used by the International Organizations
Division in international union affairs and later was used by
the Special Operations Division to run·a maritime proprietary
in-washington, D. C: The proprietary was liqui-
dated in,l970 and Mr. Wilson resigned in February 1971 when no
suitable position could be located for him. Upon his resignation
he was immediately hired by U. S. Navy Intelligence on a contract
basis ... ·The· Navy set him up in· a proprietary very similar to the
·one he had used while _with the Agency for the purpose of providing
non-official cover to Office of Naval Intelligence agents serving
.overseas· under a projecCknoHn as Task Force 157 (TF 157-).
·Mr.- Wilson·was·terminated by the Navy·in early .. l976.
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The·Office··orse·curity"1s-aware-that ·since his departure
from ·the Agency in 1971; Mr. Wilson has been engaged ·in sales
·efforts in the arms and electronic equipment
field." ·His activities nave come to--the attention of the FBJ;
on several occasions in the past few years and investigations
have been conducted in terms of failure to register as an agent
of a--foreign power· ·and similar matters. However, Mr." Wilson has
also been of concern· to this Office and to the FBI due to
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a-s·sociation in 1967/1968 with Kenneth B; ·Tolliver, .. a-former
staff aide to Senator James Eastlarld. Mr. Wilson reported
at-the time on Mr. Tolliver's ·suspicious activities, believing
him to be an agent of Rhodesian or South African Intelligence.
However, it was subsequently determined that Mr. Tolliver had
been recruited by the KGB, and he was later·run·as·a-double
cagent by the FBI. However, it has never been firmly estab-
lished that Tolliver was completely truthful with the
Bureau in regard to his involvement with the KGB. At-any rate,
Mr. Tolliver has admitted that he passed Mr.-Wilson•s·name
·to the KGB as having been employe·d by .. the-CIA; ·and Mr; Wilson
has--been interviewed by the- FBI· irl'-some ·depth· in regard to his
associ a tion-·wrtb Mr:-- Tolliver.'
In- regard- to Mr; -Wilson's employment· by-· the· ·Navy -under
TF 157, it should be noted that a former member of TF 157 has
recently been in touch wi t.h a staff member ·of the Senate Select
'Committee on Intelligence;·· Charles Kirbow,. This individual,
Xhomas Duval, was one of the of TF 157 and had been
involved in establishing Nr. Wilson as part of the project.
Mr. Duval left the Navy around 1972 and went into private
employment in Florida. He is now-back in Washington and is
apparently working for one of Mr. Wilson's several companies.
His apparent reason for contacting Mr. Kirbow was to complain
about the demise of TF 157, which he apparently felt should be
continued •• Mr. Kirbow contaced the Office of Legislative
Counsel (OLC) and subsequently the Associate Deputy Director
for Operations to solicit an opinion as to whether Mr. Duval
would have anything of value to offer the Senate Select
Committee on Intelligence. He was advised that "there was a
lot of emotion involved in,the demise of-TF- 157, and it would
be prudent to··listen ·to ·what-   honest man might· have to say
o'J'l··the ·topic';'"
During the period of his association with the Agency as
well as during his subsequent association with the Navy,
Mr. Wilson has been active in many business ventures, presumably
on hi·s own time. As a 1·esul t, he has managed to beome a man
of•some apparent wealth, as evidenced by his residence in
Upperville, Virginia, which is described as a 1,600 acre farm.
In connection with the current interest in Mr. Wilson, the
question has arisen as to whether Mr. Wilson may possibly have
misused his official position to benefit his various business
ventures. 'I't'should immediately ·be ·emphasized that at this
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a review of all records concerning Mr. Wilson's past associa-
tion with the Agency is underway at this time to determine if
there may possibly be any need for a full   of this
aspect of Mr. Wilson's activities. This matter may··als·o have
to be explored at· some point in the future with the Navy since
it is known that Mr. Wilson was engaged in international arms
and electronic equipment sale's at the same time he was under
contract to the Navy.
A-final point in regard to Mr·.- Wilso'n--·con·cefils"·a .. phone
conversation he had with Kevin Mulcahy's mother on 22 September
1-976.· Mr. Wilson had returned tothe United States;·had heard
that Kevin ·was spreading stories about him (Wilson), ·and called
1-lr·s. :1-lulcahY seeking information about Kevin. During this
conversation Mr. Wilson made a statement to tne effect that
Kevin "might get killed along with others".as a result of this
problem. When Mrs. Mulcahy challenged him·on this apparent
threat, Mr. Wilson immediately backed down and stated that-he
meant that he (Wilson) might get killed, not Kevin. However,
a later interview with the FBI, Donald Mulcahy, Kevin's
father and also a former Agency employee, spoke well· of
Mr. Wilson and stated that Kevin has a long history of fabri-
cating He pointed out that-Keviri as of that
moment hospitalized for detoxification .
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Another key figure in this case is former Agency
.Francis E. Terpil. He was- employed by ·the Agency from 1965
until 1972, at which time he was asked to resign under prejudice
as a result of. an unauthorized trip from New Delhi to Kabul.
Since his resignation he has been active in the sale of elec-
tronic equipment and arms in the Middle East and has frequently
come to the attention of the Agency as a result of his efforts
to leave the impression that he is still employed by the Agency.
He has been of interest to the FBI on several occasions since
1972 in regard to charges such as failure to register as an
agent of a foreign power and the illegal exporting of positive
audio devices. Mr. Terpil•s·role the Libyan Case is not
entirely clear although his name does appear on the proposal
found in Mr. Wilson's office regarding the teaching of covert
.sabotage techniques', and he is believed to be the "Frank" '"ho
in the pitch made· to the three Cubans in Geneva.
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i"i th a- company knc··-n ·as Te_chnolo¥y -...·hich
in equ1pment_Sales 1n the Middle East and
<·m..ay be- bidding for some of. the business WIth the- "IBEX
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Technology mms "I:-: tercontlnental Technology, but the ac-curacy
of this has not yet been determined.
Sev-erar·other· former Agenty"-ev.Jployees are-·rnvolved to some
-degree in this case .. John_H. is the ordnance
expert who went to Libya w1th his son, ostensibly to teach mine
disposal techniques at a salary of $98,000 per year. It is not
clear if he was duped by Mr. Wilson or if he withheld the true
nature of his mission from his wife. (He has subsequently
returned to the United States.) When Mrs. Jlarper learned of
her husband's involvement from Kevin Mulcahy, she was in touch
with several friends in the Agency in an effort to determine if
this was an Agency project and if not, to seek help in obtaining
the return of her husband and son to the United States. She was
also in touch with a representative of Scientific Communications
the firm which was manufacturing some of the timing devices used'
in Libya, to advise him that this was not an Agency project. He
subsequently requested Mrs. Harper to put him in touch with
someone from the Agency who could confirm this information. She
was in touch with a Directorate of Operations officer who had
checked this matter out to some degree with Mr. Shackley and
was therefore aware that there was no Agency involvement. Using
his o"'n initiative the Directorate of Operations officer met
with the SCI representative advised him that there was no
Agency involvement." It was at this point that the SCI repre-
sentative stated that he was not under the impression that there
was Agency involvement and also stated he was not particularly
concerned since his Company's involvement in the project had
been both legal and aboveboard.
The two former Agency ordnance experts who were approached
by Mr. Wilson in early Septenber were John Ward and Edward
Gainor. Both of these gentlemen refused Mr. Wilson's offer
and Mr. Ward upon reflection about the nature of the offer ' '
reported the matter to the Agency. A remaining former Agency
employee whose name has been mentioned by Kevin but
whose role in this matter has not been determined is David L.
Christ. Mr. Christ owns an electronics firm known as Household
Data Services in Reston, Virginia. This firm currently has some
contracts with the Agency. Kevin has never specificed
what part Christ and his firm play in this case, and no other
information concerning them has come to our attention as yet.
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HHlORANDUJ>l FOR: Chief, Security Analysis Group
FROM: John F. Sullivan, Jr.
SUBJECT: Charles Siragusa and David Crist
1. Mr. Bob Young, Inspector General's Staff, has
requested permission to review files in the name of the
.above two Subjects. Mr. Young's interest concerns Crist's
incarceration in a foreign country for several years in the
early 1960's and Siragusa's assistance in attempting to free
Crist. ' ·      
2. David Lamar CHRIST (OS #43 872) entered on duty
with the Agency in 19SU. At the time of his retirement in
October 1970, he was a GS-16 and was assigned to DD/S&T/ORD.
He was granted an ISA/TOP SECRET clearance on December 1970
and an !SA/SECRET in October 1972. He was approved for DCD
use in August 1971 valid through August 1976. Christ was
arrested in September 1960 while on operational TDY in
Havana, Cuba. He was released in April 1963.
3. Charles Siragusa (OS #4182) was assigned to OSS
from 1944-1946. He subsequently returned to the Federal Bureau
of Narcotics he eventually became Deputy Commissioner
in 1962. He retired in 1963. He was of continuing liaison
interest to several components of this Agency from 1961-
1967, most notably TSD, Behavioral Activities Branch. In
1972 he was of interest to an unidentified component of this
Agency which desired to know his correct name, home and busi-
ness addresses, and correct title as Executive Director of
The Illinois Crime Commission. In 1974 Siragusa's name was
given to Central Cover Staff in response to a request for an
individual who might go to work for a pharmaceutical firm
as an investigator.
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ceaeltiea, ra.diol, readlzi1. material, etc. 0n 23 JanUAry ln aplte of the . . ·
l.nunedlate appeal of the sentence fned by thelr lawyer, the ) men were .
moved to the Isle of Pines where Uvtn1 sanitary are in-
tolerable. Prhoner• are required to hard manual labor, and .·
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wlth Cuba were severed. Throu&h a W a.ahlngton attorney, Jamee a. · ·:
Murphy, arrangements were made with a Cuban lawyer, Dr. Fernando .·
Colom.ar, to represent the 3 men ln court. Colomar wa.e not told of !'
any Agency lntere•t ln the. opera.Uon. Through the Jolnt •ervtcel of ·
Messrs. Keseler a.nd Colomar, the 3 men wero eupplled with pocket . . •
money, !ood, clothlng, toUet articles, etc. Alter diplomatic relatlon.a
were severed. Colomar contlnued to vlslt the men until they were trans• ·
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Isle o! Plnea •lnce J'anuary 1961. We have been •ueceu!ulln aettlna money
and supJ?lte• to them throuah the Waahlnaton Attorney to the Swhe Embauy
ln Havan&. They have ma.lntalned contact by letter•• Thelr l&•t eorrea- .
pondencs Wa.s written on 17/18 October 196Z. They are bellned to be lA.
reasonably good health. The Swha are attemptlna to verUy a report that
3 .Amerlca.na were trana£erred to tho Bonla.to Prl:Jon lA early November 196Z.
6. It haa been necessary lA thla cau to conceal Government lntereat
ln the 3 prl11onen ln order to avold thelr execution and/or full debrleflna 011
the aen.sltlve ln!ormatlon they· poueee •.
1. The Wa•hlnaton obtained auodate cQUnulln Mexico
Clty and lD Chlc&ao• .Wlnol.a •. • • who ll of. :
Government Interest, (C.onstantlne N. Kanatea) Ylaltad b May/iune
196Z a.nd ... of No.vembu u. 1961 ncelved wOrd tha.t aa aoO. u poulble ·
he will be lnvlted back to neaottate with Fldel Ca1troon. thla ca .... ·
expect.a the release of the 3 men not later ban the fir at week lta .·
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8. Other 'to tCieure relea.:.· ol the are lA
progress. We have avoided keeplAa Mrs. Chrht fully briefed on the ape-·
c:lfics of the eUorte belA& made, a• aha tends to be erltlcal of the Agency
and of the !act that abe le unaware of &llf slgnlfieant lntereat ln th. ease La .
the :E'xecutlve Branch ol the Government. She hae previously 1een Meura •
.Allen Dulles. Cenoral Cabell, General M&XWeU Taylor
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and General Carter.
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9. Mr. J'amu Donova11e who baa appeared b connection with neaotta-
ttona tor the Playa Glron prlaouere, baa been made aware of the 22 Arnerl- ·
ca.na held ln Cuba alld 9! the Agency lnteroat lA 3 ol those prbonera. He ·
hu not been told their true names. . . . . · . . ·
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W aahlngton area where they • been lrequenUy Ylelted by members ot ·
the Agency. She has explained to neighbors that her mubud la away em a ·
long TDY !or the Government 'Whlc:h has become a permanent ullpe11t
and that ln llne with tho new regulatlons on overaeaa travel of dependente,
she has not been allowed to follow hlm. WUzna Christ haa been paid her
husband's accumulated per dlem.and salary. · · '
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Englneertng. He worked before the war !or the Atlas Powder Company ;wd
waa a 1st Lt. tn the USAAF !rom 19-4Z to 1?46. Following the war, he ln-
atructed. at Pennaylvanla State College untUl950 when he Joined the Agency.
lZ. Wilma Christ ls 4Z years old, Thez:e are 6 children ln the !amlly:
Thoma.•; age 18
Elatn·e, age 16
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Susan, age 9
Stuart, age 5
Roger, age 3
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fndic:at• reauha ol lhe oct. EM!o" un<louif'led citation.
Award for Ad,ieYt'ment, S,.,.,..i<e, or Ptrformonu: Stole chorrxter of tcnice during period fot 'll'hkh ft'cornmendtd. (Gi.,. complete d'ucriplion el ed'mi,._
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do that rnerih lh• o .... ord? Wlly wot th\1 outdonding wl,en compared to othen of IT\e and tllptrltn<.e 1ft ..imMar po1ftion.a or clrcvtrnlonc.e
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appropriate,   prodv<:tion and ouhtonce rendered by other ptr'Onl or "nih. Wl.ot .,..,,. encountered 01 o.,ercome'P lncf"ote ,..,.
tulh of ocl-lievemenl, wrvice, Of" perforfi\OnC.t. Include rehttnn to fitnua lleporh, lenen of Comrne,dotion, oth,., documentation already on file .bid\
tvpporb thl.s reconu,e"dotioa. fndOM Ul'lcku . .aifi•d dtolloft.
Mr. David L. Christ is recommended for the Intelligence Medal
of Merit in recognition of his career of especially meritorious service
which has contributed significantly to the missions of CIA.
Mr. Christ joined CIA in November of 1950 as the first research
and development electronics engineer in what has evolved as TSD. He
created an Applied Physics Branch setting high standards for himself
and the R&D he recruited. His accomplishments included411.1t
both of which are still
, a a pioneer in audio surveillanc'
he recognized very ea the use of systems concept
would be most productive in mee ng Agency needs. As part of his
development program, his efforts led to the establishment of specialized
contract facilities such as which in was the first
Agency source of transistorized equ pment.
In early 1957, Mr. Christ was made Chief of what is now the Audio
Operations Branch of TSD and, realizing that a drastic upgrading of
the caliber of field technicians was required, began aggressively re-
cruiting and training graduate engineers. His high standards and
efforts in this area are reflected in the fact that the majority of
TSD Audio mid-management personnel were recruited by him. In September
1960, he and two associates were apprehended while on an operation in
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Carl E. Duckett, Deputy Director
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Carl E. Duckett, Deputy Director
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Carl E. Duckett, Deputy Director
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a denied area. His exemplary conduct and personal courage
during the resulting two and one-half years incarceration
permitted the maintenance of a very difficult cover situation
and successful extraction of all three men.
Upon his return, Mr. Christ joined the Office of Research
and Development soon after its inception, assisting in the
definition and establishment of the various divisions. Under
his early guidance, the over-the-horizon radar program developed
finally into an operational system. His sensitivity to the
needs of Agency operational elements based upon his experience,
his technical expertise and his dedicated desire to broaden
the technological capabilities of the Agency precipitated
his development of a major coordinated program of accelerated
R&D to provide the clandestine services with a number of new
audio surveillance techniques o ~ which the is an .
example, and his conception and direction of the
R&D Within this program, the success of the
led to the award of Medals of Merit to
his supervision. Other progeny of the
concept are three novel intelligence gathering
stems to function in the air, in space, and in the sea
environments, one of which is approaching operational status.·
Mr. Christ has also been responsible for pioneering efforts
in the area of Audio Surveillance Countermeasures, first pro-
posing the application of computers to the problem.
Mr. Christ's imaginative leadership and inspiration to
those working with him, his broad scope of interest, his resource-
fulness, and philosophical devotion to the cause of the Agency
and the United States have provided this Agency with an individual
whose unique efforts and accomplishments over his 20 years
service are worthy of this recognition.
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APPROVEI Flit IEUAS£1993
CIA HISTIU:AI. RmEW PROGRAM
16 October 196Z
MEMORANDUM FOR: DEPUTY DIRECTOR (PLANS) ·
SUBJECT : Wi!e o! David L. CHRlST
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1. This memorandum contaL""ls a request !or a meeting between
Mrs. CHIUST n.nd tm' Attorney Gene.-al or a senior Agency officiaL
z. Mrs. CHRIST h ilie W'ife o! David L. CHRIST, a TSD techni-
cian, imprisoned tn Cuba. since September 1960. The CHlUST £amUy
has six children and the absence o! CHRIST has caused l.nnumerabl&
problexr:.s and hardships for Mrs. CHRIST. ._
3. Mrs. CHRIST's attitude her husband's imprisonment
has varied during the course of the past two years. There are times
when Dhe accepts the A!J.ency' s advice and approves of ita continuing
e!.fort3 to free her huo?and.. C:1 other occasia:ls. she expresses con-
siderable cynlciso toward the AJency and proclai.ros its inabiUty to
obtain her husband's
4. The delay in the Do1. : ·.·3.n r.\!£Otiationa has resulted in a reluc-·
ta.nce by lv!ra. CHRIST to talk a'jout her situation to her Agency
contact. It ts the opinion oft!... ,:, ... ec.:tactil:g her and the opinion o! her
brother-in-law, Mr. Lawrence CHRIST Mrs. CHRIST is in tho
early stage - • health and cooperation
are vital to the operational c:ccurlty c.!:pect& c! It is particu-
larly necessary that 1-.. CHRIST conttnuo t.:. 1:.!.z.y .::..e role, in her
neighborhood·and in the prC::sence of unv1itting and associates, o£
a wife £or her       to return !rom a c!assiiii:
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5. During the past tv:o yi!ars . . CHRIST   been contacted
by a TSD representative ur-;ost on a -iaily basis. Sh.e has received
various bene!its and in an effort to relievo strain and
t ension caused by her s itn?risonrr.ent. has been kept
abreast, in a. general way, o£ tl1e various att(!n:pts by   Af!ency to
gnln her hufiband' a freedom.. 2le also been told that the Donovan

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DOJ.!Otiationa !or Bay o! priaoncra must   be successfully con-
cluded before any necotiatlons can be !nit!<>.teJ by Do;:,ova.n to free the
Zl pri::Joner<S in Jail In Cuba. Mrs. CHRIST i• aware o! tho cir-
cumcta....<ces   the detention, intcrro3ation 3.!1d subsequent trial
of the till'ee technicians. She haa been fully in!or=ed on noany occasions
that her cover is exceedingly thin a."1d that any precipitous action
or undu.e publicity co"Jld ea:lily result in !urL'lcr o{ the tech-
llidans and lead to xr.ore dractlc by the Culi,ans. ·
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6. Up to now, the need !or security has restra{ned Mrs. CHRIST
but the cla:o:.or !or a "high-level meeting" continues. ·Previous aesslons
with senior Agency officials (Mr. Dulles, GcnarZ!l Cabell and General
Taylor) provided a definite boost in morale and Mrs.
CHRIST and her husb<l!ld's brother, Larry, luve voiced a strong desire
!or a pcrnonal meeting with the Attoroey General. Mr. Larry CHRIST
is embittered because c£ lack o! cogP.izance o! Mrs. CHRIST by the
Executive Branch o! the Government. As he stated it, "They have tl.m.e
to greet astronauts, !o:o:eign dignitaries and the like, yet they can not ·· ·
even call her on the Just five n,{nutes is all that it would
take." Thll security im?Hcationa involved in a n.eeting with the Attorney
General or a telephone call from the White House h<ls been repeated to
the CHRIST fatl:'.ily n:<l.;ly   present attitude can be s=ed
up in a few words, "Security be da.n·,nedl l£ we don't do something in a
hurry, he may never co:::,e
7. There appear to be two posr:ib!litics which may alleviate the
present Gituation:
a. A brlef i::lforn::al rrceetiog rr.ight be arru.nged Cor Mrs.
CHRIST wi.th the Atto=ey General. Tds wcdd serve to re-
assure Mrs. CHIUST that senior Gover=ent oificials are
aware of the of her detention a1 d.
that everything is being done to cfiect his release. It would
also provide the 11ecessa1·y recognition !or the heroic role
that she i3 playin,3 in this
b. As an alterr..atc to the above, a meeting might be
arranged for ll.i.rs. CHI'JST with either Mr. McCone or
General Carter. This would p<obabiy be a mo:.e len:;thy
detailed session, but i! properly lundled, could have almost
the s<>..n:e effect as the meeting with the Attorney General.
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results are gained !rom. either one o! the as ·auggested above,
and to provide the necessary bto;;:n.phlc and bacl:.&roun<:i ln.forc-.ation l.n
coordination with the CI Staff, which haa the operational responsibility
for this ca3e.
9. Your views on the above are aolicited •

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SUBJECT
REFERENCE
1 Reqtteal Cor Autho1iutloa Cor up
to $2,000 unJer Authority o£ R 30-110,
Paraaraph 9 (a.)
1 Mea.ora.ndum dated 3 1ulyl96Z, Subje« a.a
Above, !rom AC/TSD
1. Thh memorandum a. for raur a.pprovd
hat 'be,en oqtllnell la tha   mamoraadam ad aummartae .. ov.J'
earlier conversattOD rea;ardin& subject .zm.tter. ·
z. Mra. Cluiat hat to ahow ttpa ef lacreated erno•
ti9Ml a.i!tattcn taUdna to hu A&eney contact• re&udln& hn
huabul.l'a cocttuwtd dete'llttoa. ·
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3. A• I have previoudr mentioned. hel' Tbo=a.a Chrht waa
not pettcltted to jo!n the ra.n'ka ot the Aaeney'a tnuxuner ezr.ployeea.
Thla haa cauae<l M.s Mother uneJutDen and reaulted lA aonle •
me»t towal'd the A.&-ency. Cont!nuaUon of the cover atory h&a &l)d ,..ill
rcorn&la oC param.o....t lr:t:lj)orl!Ulee to all c:Onceru.d 1n thle project.
Should any ol the t.unUlea uek oublde uahtance, either
or pclitlca.l, the po$1lbilltlu ol11:4lDUlnlD& the c:onr atory would be
co.nalderably leaaeae.t. Therefore, wltb the intent of IOIL4 aeoo.bla.nee
of control over the Chrtat !&mUf aDd looklna tov.-ard ol.
the Tech' a cover fll;:.cry, TSD h&a requ .. ted the eetabllahmellt ol a
•cholanhl;p f=d low Thomas Chrht of the a.mov.nt u previoUJJly out•
Hned. AlthOU&h Ul!:..JI requeat ln pu1 la rnotlvatl'd bJ compa8elon for
the Tec:h' • f1llnillea and a atron& desire to their burJ.ezt., th$
overrld.l..na conelder:-atlcn h the need lor continued operational •ecurity
l.lld control, which .....Ul aided by your appl'Oval of ou.r req;aeet •
. SIDNEY
AC/DD/P/TSD
DD/P/TSD/OC:•r-=...t (23 July 62 -;;:d rried)
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til aiS11111ltmEW PIOGIAI
Daniel L. CA&w'E!J,
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Nev York Driver's License
Pennsylvania Birth Certificate
Social Security Card
Reserve Officers Association Membership Cam
American Association of Engineers Membership Cam b;J, o./
United SU.tes Fidelity and Guaranty Insurance Card
Interrui.tional Certificate of Vaccination - · A J<.. .
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a. The New York, is a multiple ··
d;;ell1ng uni This address is sbo'lltl in the nev
t.. York Driver's License, Reserore Officers Association Membership Card, u.s. •; .. '
u o. Insurance Card, and Ilit'emati'e:;m' Certificate V'accinatioa. , .. · · ' . _ -·
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'llle fuserve Officers Associat•iiioniliiMembeiiiiirsiihiijpiliCardi. iiisiihoviiisiiltihaiiitiliiCARSWEU.iiiiii
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  address of the Association is listed as 8 South Michigan
'A ChiCS<So, illinois.
13, New York.
e. The place of 'employment wn.1.c.r:••
vas not shown on any of the above documents.
has worked for VACHUTA ASSOCIATES since May
manager.
3· When purchasing his ticket to Cuba, CARSHELL to fill
out tvo copies of a Cuban Identity/Disembarkation One
copy of the Tarjets is picked up by Cuban Immigration Authorities upon lending in Cuba,
and the other copy is retained by him until he leaves Cube at 1o'hich t1.me he has to .
surrender it to Imm1grotion officers. The Tarjeta contaillB the following information on
the individual:
Name
Nationality
Country of :Birth
Age
Sex
Marital Sts tus
Occupation
Point of fubarkation
Carrier
Flight liuniber
De.teofArrival
Permanent Address
Address· during stay in Cuba
Tourist, Transient, Resident
or Immigrant.
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AMERICA.lf ASSOCIATIOO         ~ DUES PAID TO MAFCH 3
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CAPr DANIEL L. CARSWELL, USAFR
U.S. AIR FORCE RESERVE
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1. Si:l. :.o:,<:;lieb tc..o.t Ja.ve '-'"S   J.:co•.Jlecges.'cle of Sid's
srecielties, Ceyon:i k:;o•..J::r.g t:-.s.t ::e i'· of di·1ision of
TSD so··ethi g 'l3.SJ.e to do ,..i:.:-t drugs.
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prcject) is a l.avjer is also a.r: ··e '--1as re ... cr:cdly
scoe success in his by hypnotising the judge at parties an:l.
r::c.::::cc; :ce jud;;-e susceptible to his su;s;estiors in the courtroom, has the
f'OCj3 on t':-1
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la"'Yer. _.and I a:;reed there might te merit in
sending to Cul:e. to snoop through the b ... yer. · 'e can get r.ere
on a· hy's notice throug'-1 Gittir;;er, vho is acting for Sid durir!g the 'ext 2 weeks.
OAV 10 L. CHRIST
APPitVEI fOR IEWSE 1993
CIA HISIHICALIOIEW PROGRAM
Chid o>£ TSD/Audio Operr.tions Branch witting of the £ollowin&:
AU audio operations world-wide December 1957 to present
date.
Complete knowledge o£ all R&D aspects o£ audio equipment
research.
Had knowledge o! certain Staff 0 and FI equipment and operations.
Complete knowledge of all audio assets in productivn and stocked
for use overseas.
Clearances through Top Secret; Special Intellii\ence clearance,
and "Q" clearance.
World.-wide knowledge of the loc&tion o£ all our audio technicians.
&ving previously been with the Applied Physics Bri!.nch o£ TSD,
he was also aware o! many of our other R &0 activities.
As Branch Chief in TSD, he has full information on all personnel
in TSD and g eneral knowledge v! the overall activities, includin&
resea-rch  
He h&s been times,
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Wilma M. Christ Wife 16212 Maiden Lane, Bethesda,Md. 656-2127
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orFICIAl ASSIGNW[NT OF "ERSOH RECOWWEHOED AT TIW[ Of SERVICE OR
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3S . COW,.OH[NT OR STATION (De oJtnation end location)
Office of Research and Development
SC. DUTIES AND IIES,.OHSIIILITIES Of ,.OSITION
Direct efforts of 10 professional research and development.
37. INClUSIVE DATES fOil WHICH RECOWW(NDED !sa . ASSIGHW£HT COWPlETED 31 . NOll IN SAW[ 011 a[LATED ASS"NW(NT
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't ·th;., 7 J·- •'The- office should f1U in each of .the .l<e;;;s -f <and 9 thru
·. · and - 18 require in(ormarion which pertains only to the action requested, and NOT to the current
Items 9 dlfu I Sa status of the employee unless specific items remain unchanged. - - . - ·
Item 5 - .. Category of Employment" should show one of che following entries:
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Part Time
Temporary
Temporary-Part Time
Summer
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Military _
"Organiz.ationa.l Designations'' should show all levels of organization pertinent to identify-
ing the location of the posiriOn:
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!: 5 Office, Major Scaff. etc.
Items 11 and 1 5 -
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Foreign Field or U.S. Field (if pertinent)
Division or Staff (subordinate to first line)
Branch ·
Section
Unit
.. Position Title" and "Occupational Series" should be the standard abbreviated tide and
corresponding occupational series in Handbook of Official Occupational Tides and Codes
for the duties actually to be performed by the employee. If different from the title and
series of the position occupied as shown on the most current edition of the Position Con-
trol Register or Form 261, Staffing Complement Change Authorization, explain under I rem
18- Remarks.
Signature should be chat of the official aurhorized ro approve for the Career Service to which
the employee If more chan one Career Service is involved, the gaining Carur Serv-
ia should appro1·e and the other Career Service should concur in Item 18, Remarks.
ROUTING- The original only of this form will be forwarded to the Office of Personnel through the appropriate
Career Service official(!). In the case of requests specified in HB 20-800-1. which require advance
--- ·- approval of or .notification t'o the of Security or the Office of one· copy only will
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Chief, OPSER
· · -:· .L Thc:t following comments are submitted in clarlficatlon of
tlie·a.boVe re!cronced matter .
.: Z. Upon tho &rreat of Meear•. Cbrut, Andera011 elld Sz:um.lnak1 ·
on Septembar 1960. tho lmmedlato damage aeaessment dlacloaed the
extent and value c! the operational knowledge po&Sseaaed by the threo
rnen, particularly Mr. Christ. The DD/P directed the un.derta.ld.ng o£
aA unrestricted cb..:lc!estine efiort to aavo tho Uvea a.nd secure tha
o! thre-e employees in the mutual interest of the employees .
and thclr lamWes, z..nd the protection of tho operational cqcltlea of tho · ·
Cl.andcatlne Concurrently, an investigation to determine the
reaso:J.4 lo-r the "rc:.l-.up"   the Cuban G-2 lni• :l':
tl.z!.ted. The final of were deferred until the
release &00 return cl the three priooner•.
3, The deta.iu o! the cover ctory were perfected at Headquarter•
were conveyed :.o the prilsoners ln. Cuba by Mr. Hugh Keselor, who..
at that time waa _!.mertcan Coru!ul in Cuba. The auba<:quent o.n.rele.nt•
ing and expensive e::=::orts to save the Uvea and secure the release of the
prl.lsonars were ca.=_ ;.ed out within the framework of that cover etory,
which to this day h-1. protected the true identities of the three employees.
Our success in thl3 case ia attributable to a major effort on thet part o! ,
CIA e.nd the t]. S. C-::;vernment.
•· Mr. Chris='f s inference in Para. 6 o! his memorandum that tho
cover etory wa.s Ge"T':f:lopcd by Mr. Anderion and Mr. is not
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..Aelther CIA or th" U. S. G<Jvernment" tdod "to got them out."
S. Upon their return to the U. S. on 22 April 1963, the Cl Staff •
auhted by reprcsentntives of the O:Uice o£ Security, upon direction
<Jf the DD/P. lnitiated further investigation to determine the "reasons
lor the arrest" oll-up) and the loyalty of the three etn•
ployccs whUe in the hands of the enemy.
6. The reaults of that investigation wcr" reported and saba"-
. quently reviewed and paued upon by a Comrnltteo mado up of th:ree
•enior o!!lcers of the Clandestine Services, and a Legal from
tho O!fice of the General Cou=el. The d1scloac.d thAt :
they were i•loyal" and that the "roll-up" and arreot wero the cU.rcct .
of certain operational and 'supervisory de!iciendca em C;..a part..
c! Mr. Christ and certain of the StatiOil._ r:nattu
. by,.the refusal or Inability ol Mr. Chrlat to un the ·.
truth to the investigating a!!lccra rega.rdlng certain po...C.:ma of
hU canversll.tions with the Cuban arresting o!flcors on matter• relat-
. l.:l..J C:O his Judgment but not related to his loyalty. No culpabllL-"'7 at•
· to either Mr. Anders= or Mr. Szumlrusld in this matte-r.
· 7. The 1nveetigntlonlll1d finAl rcviow.reaultcd 1n the employ·
. ' returned to c:!uty with certain restrlctlon5 on forelp =avel.
. M:_ ..::!!.nat was transferred to another component of tho The
of the review Committee are best qualified to on tho
: Cc, !ttee attitude toward special commendatloua. Such  
: t1<:2:::S -,ne.ro not the province of the inveetlgatlng o!flcers or the -=-..1 Sta!£,
:as by Mr. Christ in Para. lb .
..L.. M.r. Christ's statements l.n behalf of hie two assoch'r:l' are
· l:nOE:::. =:tainly "eell-aervlng." Ho-wever, it can be
•= t!xat all three of these men demonstrated their ...c±UJ.e
Prlth: • cf thQ Cuban Government in a manner which reflects =?On
·th= ·"='--y favorably.
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A&=C7 Employeu
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Reference it made to SJlS PUttnoraa4WD c!&to4 1& .Taaar,- 1161
relatln& to the pseudOllyme uutl bf three A&ellC7 emplo.,.eee who ha4 beea
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1. SERIAl. NUWI[tt
REASSIGNMENT lc CHANGE OF SERVICE
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Items 3 thru 7 and 9 thru 18 require information vhich  
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Division or Staff (subordinate to first line)
Branch
Section
Unit
"Position Title" should reflect the standard abbreviated title given
in the most current edi t i on of the Position Control Register or re-
ported on Form 261 , Staffing Complement Change Authorization.
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the Career Service to which the employee belongs . If more than one
Career Service is involved, the gaining Career Service should
and the other Career Service should concur in Item 18, Remarks .
ROUTING - The original only of this form will be f orwarded to the Office of Personnel
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specified in BB 20-Bo0-1, which require advance approval of or notification to
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per":::;e:-:;t to id.er.tifyi!lg tte loca:.ion of the pcsi:ic:-.:
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Brc.nch
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"Position Title" should reflect the standard abbreviated title gcvc
in the !!'.est c=rent ed.ition of the Position Cor:trol Register or
ported on Form 261, Staffing CompleT.ent Change
Iter.l le·o - Signature should be that of the official authorized to approve for
the Career Service to · ...·:-.ich the employee belongs. If more than 0!1.f
Career Service is involved., the gaining Career Ser.rice should au:;;r
ar.d the other Career Service should concur in I teo:: 18, Rer.J.art:s.
ROTJI'ING - The original only of this form will te to the Office of Persc:--.r.<::-1
througt. the appropriate Career Service official( s). In the case of req·..;.es-':.o:
specifie:i in HJ3 20-200-l, require advance approval of or
the Office of Sec'..lrity or the OCfice of the Cor;,ptroller, or:e copy only \<ill
sent to the Office(s) concerned.
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Special Clearance Approval
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APPROVED 5'iR \.: ':. - ' -::
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be granted for the subject in the follo'W'ing
Special Project ______
in phases indicated at right .
Need to knO'W' bas been revie'W'ed and approved.
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DATE: 12 January 1966
FROiof
E. Mendoza/SRS
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SUBJECT: CHRlST, David
APPROVED FOR RELEASE 1993
CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGRAM
#43872
l. Recently a source of SRS advised that he had recently been
in contact with Juan A. RODRIGUEZ Jomolca, who is active in the
Cuban Student Directorate (DRE) in charge of Latin American activities.
2. RODRIGUEZ told Source that he was acquainted with a ; , D ~   n
CASWELL," an American whom RODRIGUEZ met while both were
imprisoned in Cuba. According to RODRIGUEZ, CASWELL was living
in New York City the last time he had seen him (no date given).
RODRIGUEZ resides at 3000 SW 24 Terrace, Miami, Florida.
3, It should be noted that the identity of "Dan CASWELL" is
not known to Source.
4, This information was furnished to John Mertz, CI Staff, on
4 January 1966. On ll January, Mr. Mertz advised that he had dis-
cussed this matter with David CHRIST, who said he had met RODRIGUEZ
while in Cuba. No information of any significance to OS was noted in
above discussion.
Source: SRS 3023
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Buy U.S. Savings Bonds &gularly on the Payroll Savings Plan
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I I. POSITION TITLE Jtlt.
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Office of Security
IIA· S-,i;;HI.TURE OF REQUESTING OFFICIAL
Date
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the 1y .this request
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OFF ItER . :··· .
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APPROVED FOR RElEASE 1993
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EMPLOYE£ NOTICE OF RESIGNATION
1 •tsi .. N l"lCTIY[ ____ THE F'OllOWifOIG Jt[ASON:
(D•t.)
OA.TE SIGNED SIGkATUAE Of
FOQ.,U:O COWMUNICA.TION$, INCLUO IN(i; SALA.RY CHECKS ANO BONOS, TO THE fOLLOWING ADDRESS (Nu•ber, Street, Cit)', lotte,
INSTRUCTIOOS
Items 1 thru _
c. erid.
9' thru 18a
.
The initiating office should fill inl-each of .the referenced items.
Items 3 thru 7 and 9 thru 18 require information vhich pertains only
to the action requested, and Nor to the currynt status of the
ployee unless specific it_em!l, remain unchanged'$;M!f .. , . .,... ·
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.. "Category of Employment" should show one of the following entries:
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Temporary
Summer
Detail Out
Detail In
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"Organizational Designations" should show all levels of organizatior.
pertinent to identifying the location of the position:
Major Component (Director
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Dep;_;ty Director, etc,)
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Major Staff etc. · · ·
Division or Staff (subordinate to first line)
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Branch .
Section
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Item 11 - should reflect the· • given
in the most current edition of the Position Control Register or re-
ported on Form 261, Staffing Complement Change Authorization ••
Item 18b' - Signature should be that of official for
the Career Service to vhich the employee belongs. If more than one
Career Service is involved, the gaining Career Service ebauld auprovE
and the other Career Service should concur in Item ltl
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ROIJI'ING - The original only of this form'· :"fill be forw-arded to· the. Office of Personnel
through the appropriate Career official(s), In the case of
specified in HB 20-Boo-1, vhich require advance approval of or notification to
the Office of Security or the Office of the" COmptroll:er, one copy ooly vlll be
sent"to the ·orf.ice(s) concerned, ·· _
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OFFICIAL ROUTl:\G SLIP
TO NAME AND ADDRESS DATE
INITIALS
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ACTION DIRECT REPLY
PREPARE REPLY
APPROVAL DISPATCH
RECOMMENDATION
COMMENT FILE RETURN
CONCURRENCE INFORMATION SIGNATURE
Remarks:
   
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FROM: NAME. A DDRESS AND PHONE NO. DATE
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4 December 1962
MEMORANDIDi FOR THE RECORD
SUBJECT: with General CARTER Regarding
1.
prepared
CARTER's
cuss the
Attorney
On 3 December 1962 I hand carried a
by Mr. John MERTZ regarding ........ to General
office. The General indicated a desire to dis-
details of the forthcoming meeting between the
General and Mrs. CHRIST.
2. During our discussion the General stated that he
would be present during the meetingl that he did not look
forward to it, but since he set it up, he should be there
and would cut it off at the proper time. He did not think
that it was necessary for anyone else to be there unless
so requested by Mrs, CHRIST. The General also advised me
that the KENNEDYs, especially the Attorney General are
very busy people and that they become impatient rather
quickly when bored with details already known to them. The
General strongly suggested that I prepare Mrs. CHRIST in
advance so that the meeting will be brief and to the point.
He further advised me that if present, I should not be afraid
to speak my mind. I agreed but noted that a few misplaced
phrases in front of General CARTER and the Attorney General
might find me looking for a new job. The General told me
never to be afraid to speak up as long as he is the DDCI.
"You'll never get any place if you don't", the General stated.
He then gave me a five minute talk on the art of handling
people and the strong desire on his part that all supervisors
know their subordinates and know how to handle them. He ex-
plained that he knows most of the personal problems of the
ten or fifteen people in his office who are under hisimme-
diate supervision, He went on to state   people ,
with whom I am working are human beings and should be handled
as such, not as machines.'' I gave him some additional back-
ground and mentioned some of the ways we have helped them
(i.e., frequent meetings, operational briefings, occasional
dinners and luncheons, etc.). This appeared to satisfy him
and he moved on to another point. The General opined that
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perhaps in the past the ''front office" has not exhibited
enough interest in gaining the Tech's release. The General
does not think this is so now. "I've stirred up enough
dust and I will continue to watch this thing very closely",
he said. Toward the end of our meeting the General asked
for a few of my memorandums or contact reports regarding
the meetings with Mrs. CHRIST. "I want to get a good feel
for this thing,'' the General stated. He also asked for a
report from me as to questions and the approach Mrs. CHRIST
is likely to take during her meeting with the Attorney General.
In fact, he asked for this latter report several times.
3. I have set up a meeting with Mrs. CHRIST, her daughter
and her Brother-in-Law, for Wednesday evening at 8:00. At
this point Mrs. CHRIST has requested permission to bring
only her oldest daughter Elaine to the meeting.
Distribution:
Orig & 1 - CI Staff (Mertz)
1 - Mr. DeFelice
1 - C/TSD
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APPROVEI FIIIELEASE 1993
CIA IHSTHJCAI.I£VIEW PIOGUI 4 Doco!:lhor l9G2
lrtE:UOAAIIDUll FOR THE RECORD
Sl'BJEcr: 'iiith Goneral C\r<rEn  
1. On 3 Dccecbor 1962 I hand carried & memorandua
prepared by Hr. John l.rEJC:!'Z ro.;:u·ding C-onoral
C:\iiTER's otiico. The Gc.c1era.l indicated a desire to dis-
cuss the details of the r.:eeting bctwe.en the
Attorney _General ILil_!i .. Mrs. aiRIST.. · '; ;.· . .::.
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would be prea.nt duriD!r the· meetiDg; that he d1d not look· . -
forward to it, but since be set it up, he should be there .
and would cut it oft at the proper time. He did not think
that it was·necessar7 for RAyone else to be there unless
so requested by Krs. CliRIST. The General also advised JI1G
that the KENNEDYs, especially the Attorney General are
very busy people and they impatient rather
quickly when bored with already knovn to the2. The
General strongly that I prepare CHRIST in
advance so that tho ceoting will be brief and to the
He further advised ae that if present, I should not be afraid
to spealc my mind. I ao;reed but noted that a few misplaced
phrases in front of General C\RTER and the Attorney General
oi£;!.lt find Cle looking for 11 new job. The General told me
never to be afraid to speak up long as he is the DDCJ.
"You'll never get any place if you don't", the General stated.
fie then gave me a five minute talk on the art of handling
people and the strong desire on his part that all supervisors
know their subordinates and know how to handle them. He ex-
that he knows oost of the personal proble!:lS of the
ten or fifteen people in his office who are under his
diate supervision. He went on to state people
with whoa I aa working are hunin beings and should be handled
as sucb, not as machines." I Gave him some additional back-
iil"Ouod and mentioned soma of the ways we have help<Jd thelll
(i.e., frequent operational brieflnss, occasional
dinners and luncheons, etc.). This appeared to satisfy him
and be moved on to another point. The General opined that
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does not think this is so now •. "I've stirred up enough ..
···dust _and _I rill. continue _to ·watch 'this thing verr cloself",
he To,ard the end of oar the GQneral asked
for a few ot:·fi!I1 memorandums or. contact reports regarding ·
the rr.cotings ritb. Mrs. CHRIST.· "I want to get a good feel
for this thing," the stated. He also asked for a
.x-cport froa.ma .as to 'questions_ and the approach Mrs. CHRIST
is likal7 to take during her meeting.with the Attorner
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·.,. this pollil lfrs! cmmrr bi8 ·requested ·permtssioa. to brl..DC·:c:;:::·::--.:--;_;.f'
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MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD
SUBJECT• Meeting between General Carter, Mrs. Chrbt and
Larry Chriat
1. Mra, CHRIST and Larry met General CARTER on thla date
at 3 p.m. The underalgned waa also present durlng the entlre meetlng,
whlch laated for an ho\U' and U mlnutea.
z. Du.rlng the meeting. which generally followed the pattern
of the meetlnga with Mr. Oeneral TAYLOJt and General
CABELL, the operation. wa.a reviewed from beginning to the preaent
time. Both Larry CHRIST and Mn, CHRIST of!ered aeveral auagea•
ttona on wa.ya we might • • the technlclana. Thelr auggutlona
wu-e along the linea of dlrect conta.c:t with CASTRO, aaklng MURPHY
to go to Cuba to negotiate ln lleu of OONOVANJ and exchanging materiel
or good• dealred by the Cubana for the prlaonera.
3, During the meeting General CARTER a.dvlaed the CHRlSTa
of a very recent opera.Uon which lnvolvea a Mexican attorney and four
Cubans now on the Ide of Plnea, Several tlmea during the meeting
Larry CHRIST requuted a meeting for Mra. CHRIST with the Attorney
Oeneral or the Prealdent. At the c:lou of the meeting General CAR TE:a
aareed to contact the Attorney General orally and to lay on a meetln1
for Mra. CHRIST and her daughter, Elaine. The Oeneral alao com·
mended Mu. CHRIST lor her tenacloua attitude and abUlty to wlthata.nd
the pressure whlch the altuatlon baa caused.
(. After the meeting waa over 1 telephonically brle!ed Mr.
RUSSELL and personally advhed .John MERTZ of the reaulta of the
meetlng. t alao recelved a call from General CARTER and telephonl·
cally advlled hbn that the CHRIST !arnUy seemed to be extremely
plea.aed with the result• of the meetlng. He in turn requeated that he
be kept ln!onned of &11 negoth.tlona to relea .. the technicia.na, He
corn.znented that we now have the "14 inch'' needle in ua and a&ld that
probably 10metlme next week he would have the meeting with the At•
torney General Jet up. He alao asked that we give tome consideration
to a cover atory !or Mn. CHRIST' meeting with the Attorney General,
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Mr. Mertz is off !or the afternoon with MURPHY.
TSD called iltxAoo:>)oc and left word with Jean that Gen. Carter
Mr. Angleton about the Techa Case. When I asked
he knew this, he said it came about this way;
Mrs, CHRIST has been needling hhn all day about when she
was going to get to see the AG. Carter's
secy. to see i£ an appoihtment had been set up, and while
he was talking to her, Gen. Carter cut in and asked what
waa going on and who was in charge o£ the case ......
told him that Mr. Mertz was. Carter asked about "tlila .
thing up in New   him he knew we
were on top of it, Carter asked i£ anybody had discussed it
with the AG or anyone on that level; he knew
it had been discus sed with the Bureau, Carter then said
he would be calling you re the case,
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and qf Mr. Helma' note on the attached memo (which he has not yet
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Mr. Mertz called to aay-he had talked to had placed a.-
call to gen. Carter who was out but who would be calling Mertz back
(at Mertz' horne) any moment. The point Carter indicated he planned
te call you about was the possibility of a trade -i.e,, our boys for the
saboteurs the FBI arrested in NY.
Re the latter item, Mr, Mertz asked me to tell you that he discussed
t his informally with Papich two days ago, and they informally agreed that
it might be a good idea but it had better wait until the dust settles and
the matter of prosecutive action is settled. Mr. Hehns called Mr. Mertz
and discussed this aspect and said when "you and Sam get ready, I will
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THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
(EXCEPT FOR ADDRESS Of VACCINATOR)
CERTJfiCATS !NTfRNATJONAUX Of VACCINATION
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THE VAliDITY OF THIS CERTIFICATE 1hall utend for a period of 3 years, beg1nn•nlil $days oher tke dote of a
suc:ceufvl purnary ..-oc:cinalion • or, in the event of a revocc:ination, on the dote of tkot revoccinotion. ·
The approved stomp mentioned above rnv'lt be in o form prescribed by the health odmil'li1trotoon of th• country in
which the vaccination is performed.
Any amendment of this certificate, Of erasure, or failure to complele any port of it, may render it invalid_
LA DE CE CERTIFICAT couvre une periode de trois ons cornmensant huit april lo dote de lo primo-
vaccinotion effectuee avec succ11h (prise) ou, dons le Co'l d'une revoccil'lotion, le i<>ur de cene revoccinotion_
Le cocl-let d'aulhentificotion do1t etre conforme ou modile prucrit par l'administrotion sonitoire du territoire oo.i Ia
vaccination est eAeduH.
Taute correction ou rnt\Jre sur le urtifical ou I' om inion d'une qvelconque des mentions qu'il comporte pevt effecter
sa validiti-.
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THIS CERTIIICArE IS VAllO only if"" va<dne ""'" ha, b .. n opp•o•ed by •he Wodd Heohh O•u••••••••• and •I
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CE CUTifiCAT N'fST VALAOLE q•e oi lo •o<dn employo o olo opp•o•vo po• I'O•uon;ool;on Mond;ole de 1
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LA VAUOITI DE CE CERIIfiCAT coov•e ••• pOdode do ,;, ano '"'"'"•"<••• di, jo,,. a,.j, lo do•• de lo ••«•no.
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The approved tlomp menlioned above must be in o form prucrobed by lho health ol the country •n
which lhe voccinotoon is performed.
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Any amendment of llut certoficole, or erasure, or failure lo complete ony pori ol ol , may render ol onvolod.
LA VAlfOilt Of CE CERTifiCAT couvre uno ptriode de 11a moot sia rourt opres Ia premoiro onr ocloon
dv •occ'n ou, dons It cot d'unt revaccination au coun d• <•"• penode de ••• mo••. le fOUl de <ette te•o<<•notlon
le cachet d ' ovthenloficoloon dool itre conlormo a" modele protcrol por l'odminislroloon sonolooro du lerroloore o.i lo
eat eAectvee.
Toule conoclion ou rolure sur le certificol ou l'omiuoon d ' une quolconquo des menloons qu' ll comporto peul
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2 . space for prtmory vaccination against smallpox is Ia
be used only when a person receives his •accination for
the first time . If unsucceuful o new certificate must be
used lor a repeal pri mary vaccination
3 T"- e dotes on eoch certificate ore to be wntten with the
doy in arabic numerals, followed by the month i n le11ers
and the yeor in arabic numerals. Eaomple: October 1,
1959, should be written 1/ 0ct. / 59.
4 Vocc i notoons moy be performed by o nurte or medical
technocoon if under o physicoon ' s direct supervision. The
physician' s u ·ritltn signature must appear on the cer·
toficote, sog not ure stomp is not acceptable.
5. If vo cco nol ron rs contra indicated the physician should
provide the person with o wr itten opinion, whoch pori
health outhortl ies may toke into account.
6 . 0 Aiciol i mmuni zation requirements for inlernotionol
trove 1 ond the list of designated yellow lever vaccination
ce nters on the United States ore contained in the booklet
" lmmunozot oon Information for International Travel ," PHS
No. 384, on so le ot the Superintendent of Document\ ,
U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.
Changes in requ irements may be obtorned from local or
Stole heollh departments.
7. Additional information concerning certificates and im·
munizotion requirements may be obtained from the
Epidemiology and Domestic Branch,  
of fore ign Ouorontine, U. S. Publrc Health Servrce,
Wosh ongton 25, D.C.
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1. Properly complete the cover sheet of this booklet before
presentrng ol to your physicoon.
2. It is the responsibility of the traveler to hove the "ap-
prot·td slamp" applied to the smallpox vaccination cer·
tificote or the cholera •occi nolion cert ificate . The CM·
tificole i1 not 1 a lid wothout the stomp and may not be
accepted when requor ed on •nte rnotionol travel.
In the United Stoles the stomp is that of the local or
Stole Health Offic er of the oreo in which the ommuno z ong
physician proctoces. The cert ificate ma y be mool ed to
the Health Officer lor thos servoce if ti me pe rmrts i ts re ·
tvm. If mo iled enc lou o sell -addressed, stomped en·
velope to ensure ret,urn.
Other '' approl'td slamps" o re ( 1) the stomp of the
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offociol Yellow Fever Vaccination Centers; (3) the seo l of
the Public Health Service; (4) the special " S·C" stomp
approved by the Public Health Service for Small pox and
Cholera Va ccinat ion Cert ificates .
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tianol travel it must be received at a designated center.
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toined in the booklet " Immunizat ion Information for In·
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instances until the 12th doy alter vaccinat ion.
5 . Immunizat ion requ irements-see items 6 and 7 , pa ge
10.
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arlboro. Mass.
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ALL BUSINESS ADDRESSE
16a) CIA/ Feb 1950- Nov 1970/TOP SECRET
(tiY
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ISO Broadw.Jy
New York, New York
Oc t 1950 Nov 1972 Central Intel I igence Agency
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ITEM 11(17) RELATIVES
Son Roger L. Chri-;t
6212 Maiden Lane
23 Sept
1959 USA
Bethesda, Hd .
Bethesda, Md.
Brother Lawrence H. Ch r is t
1380 I Lienal Ln .
20 June 1920
USA
Rockvi lie, Hd .
Tamaqua, Pa.
Brother Warren A. Christ
642 Arlington St.
17 Feb 1922
USA
Tamaqua, Pa .
Tamaq ua, Pa.
Brother Robert L. ChrIst
IS Dea rwa te r 0 r.
8 Aug 1924
USA
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Ta maqua, Pa .
Sister E I i zabeth Christ
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31 July 1928
USA
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APPIOYfl FIII£LEASE 1993
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CIA HISTHal I£VIEW PROGRAM
10 December 1970
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MEMORANDUM FOR: C/PSD/OS
ATTENTION Mr. Joseph Hossick
SUBJECT CHRIST, David Lamar 943872
1. During the last week in November 1970, Mr. David L. Christ,
Chief of the-Applied Physics Division, Office of Research and
Development retired from the Agency. He is currently employed by
Devenco of New York City.
3. While he was in ORD, the subject held several
clearances and it has been learned that he will uir
4. It is therefore requested that the subject be processed for
an Industrial Security Approval at the TOP SECRET level. If any
further information is needed, please contact the undersigned on
extension 3233.
SUPPLEMENTAL PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENT
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DP.TE OF BIRTH
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9/1960 5/1963 - Cuba
DATE TO DATE NUMBER AND STREET CITY AND STATE
FROM
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H,t,lt'[ YOU BEEN ARRESTED_. I NO I ClEO. OR CONVICTED FOR ANY VIOLATION OF LAW (Other th•n {o,
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TH[ DATE Ot YOUR LAST PHS. HAVE THERE BEEN ANY UNFAVORABLE INCIDENTS IN YOUR LifE YES (Explein

Wl-llCI-l MIGHT REQUIRE [:XPLANATION belo•)
hAM[ OF YOUR PRESENT IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR

Robert M. Chapman
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The answers to 5 and 6 above are predicated upon the knowledge
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r:li.do del of Panalnit. ({)pe?..UQ&" hi. the Canal
. Jnfonnation Center
)iovement of Ethiopia
Or-.rna.. Inc.
·.r,ple'l Edacational A&&O<Iation [lneorporat.ed undeT na.me t..o. A11rel•
J£dgcat>OI'1al Auociation, Inc.). also k.DOW"tll .. People'a Edueational c- ·
k.er, • • School
"-'t:>le'• Edueationa.J and Preu Aa.aociatiou of Tuu rS. Cornmnbiat Poltt..
ica.l A.aaocia t ion l
-oc;>le's of Applied Rdie-ion
ool- Prc.-r.nv. CS.,.attle. \ .. 'a.sh>nK"ton)
• Ra.dio Found.at>on. Inc..
J'...,ol•'•   Pa.rty
Phda::lt·:rh,a for Rl,.bt.a
Phih.d .. :,,bia S<hc-ol of ScJ,.nee and AI'\
Pt.ot.o 'Lra.&-la • Yorlr. Cit"Jl
P1tt.1bur.-h Art... C:"Dh
Politiral  
Polon1a o.l lh• IWO
1'1'08'..-..'•"'   al.ao ho'lrD &I PJooereulY"t' Gc-rmaa·Atnorr-
ie&DI of Cbk..a.a'r>
J'roolrtarian Party oJ
Prot.Mt..ant War of l:nlted Stat.. lnc..
l'ro•,.ional Corn:r.1tt"' of • for Peace, Sout.bw..t A,._
Pro•it•C"nal C'om.,.,,:t,.,. on l..atu1 At!airw
1'ro1'it•onal to Abolt.h Diacrlmlnatioll In St..aLe of l&anland
(ak.a Comm,:"Lo!'<r U. Abollab Diacrirnlnatlon to Maryland!
Poer-W Rieao C.a.....•Le Pro Ct·•·il•. (CLC) (aia Comlta Pro D.-
 
J'ue rt.orrl Q oeJK:a t: nlQ.,.. f J'l.wrto R Ieana U nl ted)
Quad Ctt:J Con-.m!!t"' for PN.c-e
Qu<""ntbricl.:• • Lea.:noot
Rt"f'oluUonan 'Wor\.<:" t,...lr"IM'
RDtn.aaian-Am.!'nc.an frat...rnal SocleQ
Ru .. i..ao America..n   I.n.r_
Kal Sociri"J". or Auocl••<""".--c"'ommpc»ed ef •et..en.na
of Ruuo-Ja; ...... V.'arl
Samuel Ada rna &hool. B()1;ton. M:a-.
S...nta Barh.a:""ll. • Foru!Q
Schappes OefenM" Committ-ee
Ddtnuo Commlt1.a!!
S.:h<x>l of Je..-ish Stud;,..., N'tw Yol'lt Cit7
Seattle Labor &.hc:.-:U, Seatt.le, Wuh.
Subian-Amerlea.D SodelJ'
Serbl.a1l Vido•d.a..n CoondJ --- -
Shinto
80•1!'T Shirt I...eaion of A.merlea
('.council of Sc-othern Callrornla
Slon.k War!..en Soc.irty
Dkrt'enlaA-Amuic:ou!. National CoaneD
SodallA Worl.en Part7, lnclndlq Oommltt.M
Workers' Rehel
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Sodalm Youth t.-.-ue (See Workeora Part7}-- -·-- --- · ------
Sokoko Kal fFatherlan.:l Soclrt7)
Soatben1 Ne1rro Youth -·-- --- --- --·-
Snilr.o Sba. ffl_..,_..._. Ot!icoen Loa A11..,U.l
ST"ica.e for Pt"t.eP
Tom S<.bool of Soelal PhOaddpbf&. .,._
Tom Paine S.Choo! of West.deateT, N. T. ·· ·
Tndt Union fttr Pcs..ee Caka Tra.d• Unkmllt. for Peaeel
Unioni.U for P•aee {alta Ttade Unlotl Committee for Pea.oe)
Tri-StaU Nqro 't'1-...di! Union Counc.O
Uknltll-.n-Ar:nerk:an Union
Union of A"""rican
Union or • York
Uait.ed S;;ani.&h Aid
Unit..ed. Con!miU"' of _J .. wiah   and l.Andama.na.ch&.n .U.O
knowu u Coord1nation Committe-e of J..,....lah ....
Fn. t.e-rn.al 0 :-ra. n iz.a tiona .
United of Soulb Slnk Ameriea.u
Uuit.ed of
U111t.ed Ha.rlem T"'D.a.Dt.l and Co.11.1umera 0JT&Diz.a.tioa.
United ld:ay Day Commltt.ft
United s..,.ro •nO Alhed Veteran• of
Vri.rn.na A;-alrut. Di•crimlnatioa o! CIYD R'-"bt.a of N- Torlr.
I Se-e Chofl Ril'ht.l  
Veu-nns of the Ahn.ham Lincoln Brlrade
for • Edneation (See Oomm'llll.'-t Polftka!
Voice of Fre<edom Comm\U..
Whitman School of Social N--.rk, N.J.
\\'uhine-ton Boo-Uhop AllK>CiatioD . _
Wa.abinrto11 Cou:u:r:.ituoe To Ddtnd thto Bm of Rl.a"ht.
Coznrnitt..e.e fnT Actte•
Coromon..,.ealtb Federatio11.
Pen.&".on Unioll
WiacoDiin Conff'n!nce on Social LeiofalaUOa. ..
Worlr.t!r'l A'liana' (Sine• April 1936) •· ·· - \
VOorlr.e.n Party, lnclndinl' Socialiat Toatb
Yi.:ldi.!.h"'r KultDT
Yo\Jn&- Cornmooist

T\l,¥oos]a .. Stampn'a Club, Inc..
Thi• Appendix is an integral part of the Perso-,;;el
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APPENDIX A
. · h anization!J designated by the pursuant to Ex«uth·e Order No. 104.50, u Tott.I-
Set fo;th below_ HI chst or
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. or •• hal"inc adoptPd. polit:y or advocating or approving lht commission of acta of
Hanan, •
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r rs their   under the Constitution of the L'nitt'd St&lt's, Gt •·hich seek to aher the form of
force and YlOlenre to t'ft) o te . , I
Gofernmenl of the United Slates by muna. ·- __ _
Baltlmoroe Forum
Davia C.orrunitt.ee
Black Draa-on Soo;,ioety
S.:.h0<:1l for M.a.ne.t Studi•. Boeto!l, Ma ....
Bridrn-RoberUon-Sehmwtt Dtfena.e
Bula'arian People'• r...e...-o.e of the State. of
Califomla Emcorlieney Ddeiae Commltt..o •
California I..bor S.:t..o.l, IDe., 121 Dh·iN.duo S.aa c.Jtf.
People'• Sodet7
Cenu·al CooncU of Womton of CJ"O&tian Deseent. al.o knOW11 u
Central of Amuic.aa C,.roatiaa Women, National CouaeU ot
l:roatiaa Wom-
Japanese Aaaociatioa {B•fkokc Choo Nipponjia hi).
Central AMociation ot Ca.IU'orula
Centra.] Orraniz.atioa of the Gennan-Ame.rie&ft National Alllanee
AmeTikanL.che Einbeita:trontl
Fraternal Sodet7
Chi- W•lfal'"f! Appeal. lac.. · .
Chopin Cultura.l Cent.a'
Cttiun•   To F"n<e Earl Browde:r
Cithoena Cornmitu-e for Harry Brid.r•
Citiun• Commi-tte-e of tM Upper War;t Side (New York Cit,.)
Citiz..ru Defomae Conferenee
CitiRn• Prot.«ti•e
Ci ... il Libo!rties Com.rn!ttee ot J'ltt..abur:--h _ _
CovU Riebt.t and ita •ffilial..o!od oryaniT.ahona, lnehodin.r:
Civtl Coni:re:u for Te;o;aa
TeU>ran.a Az-.inrt of Ci-vD Ri&bta Conpeq of. N • .-
Yo.-k
Ci-..11 Ril;:ht. Concr- for Taaa (Se-e Chil Riwhtt
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Comit.e Coordinador Pro_Republiea !:.panola
Comlt.e Pro Cirll• {aka Puer-to Rican Comite Pro Llbe.r-t.ado..,
Civils-t
Committ-.e to Abolisb Da..:rimination ia Johr-,-land {aka Cona-l"t'U Aplu-t
Ois-criminalioa; Maryland Conzu·u Di•erlrninatiou; PT-ovision&l
Committ.eooe to Aboli:sb. Dil.criminltioa the StaLe of Marylaod)
To Aid t.ht> f"ia-btina- SocU.
to De.hnd t.he Rla-b.a and f...-dom 6! Pjt'Ubc..-yh'• Pu!ilka.l P't--U-

Committ- for Conatltutional •nd J>olltleal Fr-H-do•
Corn roil-.- To Of'hnd lrll.a.rM Rid-.•r-daoco
Commit:..t--e for th"   o! the Pittabureb SU
Coma-. for a D-o--mo.tnatk far E.a&t<r.n Poha
Comrn,:l- fur   • Actioo
Comm>\.l.H fc.t li-M- In the -- ·
for P-.cf' and Fcrii..-a] in Pbil&delpbl..a
for the Prolcortion of lhf' BUI of Roc-bta
Committee To Uphold lb. Bill of Rll'hW
Co.n:un1t"Lft tot" Wcrrhl Yotrt.b Frif'ndlb.ip CWtw-aJ Eachann
Col.ler-, )fC'D&., Ark.
Comm:.onirt Part7, U. S. A •. h.a 111bdiTlllona, •ublldiariea. and •
Comm\lallt Politlca..l A.aociation, ttl IObd.i'9U.klnc, lllblicHariea. •nd •ftUiata,
inc.lu41!1ir: -
A!..., b&ma Peoplt>'• EdueaUoW A..oclatio•
F'k>rict. aDd  
Ok.hhom• t-&ut! for Polltk.-1 EdueaUo.
P.-.oplt>'l Edueational au.d Pr-e.. Aaoei.atJon of Tu.a..
Vir&"inia Loea..CQC" for Pcoopk'• Edueat.iOII
AzaJDet. Dl.er-bn.IZl&tloa fab Co1nnr.lU.C. A'boJ:kh
- tn ltarriaDdr----. -
Concr-s ol R..-Yolntion&J]' Wrhen
Con.cr-- of Amerieaa l\'omee
Conp,.,_ of thor U!lempko,.-ed
Connf'<:"ticnt Commi1.'- To Aid Victims of the Smith Ae:t
Coanec-tieat Stat. CoDferaot
ot1 Afriea.B Atf&.ln
CouDdl of Gr.ek.
Oouudl for Jobt. &nd Hoa.lq
for Pan-American Democn..c::r-
Croati•n
D&l Nippon But.oka Ka.l fldilit.ary Vinnc of Japan or .W:illta.t-y Art
Soc:Wt,- of
n..u,. Worker PT ... Clt>b
Danij!U; Deft-n..- Cornmi"--
D..nt.e Aliehieri SoeM,ty • • lUi 11-40)
Dentlil De!enae Committ.eoe
Dctrott Youth A.uembb
Eut ComiDi"-
  To S .... e Rd'aa--. bod,- of Ow
l'ortb Americ.an Spaniah Aid Co.III.J:Ditt.-)
Familis of the Baltimorce SmH.b Aet Viet:lrn.
Famil1e1 of the Smith Act VlctUD.
F'edt>o:&t':oro of Italiafl l\."1!-r br. the U. S. A., IDe..
.   Federa.donc cka'li St.&U Unit.:i
F'mnab-Amcnean .MatcaJ Aid
F1orida_ Preu and Edueat•onal Lequt> {5-ee Cotu.mUDin Politk&J A.aoo:i.at" n)
F'N-dt>ne.k Douela.w EdueatioD&..] Center IQ
Free-dom
Frit>lld.JI of thj! Nt>w Guma.n,.- d-e. Neven Dottrtac.hlancb)
Fr1rt1d. of tbot So-riott Union
Harlt>m T-radco Cotincb \
H.a wa ii Ci ril Lfbert..le. Comr:u.ttt..c
Kai,1lao know-a aa Nokabd Hci_t>kl Cimn.ha Kal !.aibe..l
Hei,.a_ln.J Gi.musha Kal, nd Z..ihd Bnmtaba Kai (Japan"" hi
Amt>r1c.a Mlill.ar-,. Coru.eriptl Aaaodat.ioD)
Ht>llenk-Am•ric.an Brotherhood
H!node Kai Rst>rvlid8) ' - -.
K1o1 (Rosma- Su1:1 F'l•E: Society- JrrOup of Wa .._)
. Hokub..i z .. Shok" Dan (North Arneric.an R-..-...e   l..::J
Holl,.--...ood Writt>ra for Dehn.e ,.
Cculncil for Dl!moc:.r-an-
Brotht>rbood · ·
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APPENDIX A
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17. ARE YOU NOW. OR HAVE YOU EVER BEEN, A MEMBER OF ANY ORGANIZATION WHICH HAS BEEN DESIGNATED BY THE UNITED STATES
ATTORNEY GENERAL AS REQUIRED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 1o.t50l(T..-,---....._,_ 11o "'-- ,_...__.,..,
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18. ARE YOU NOW, OR HAVE YOU EVER BEEN, A MEMBER OF A"'Y COMMUNIST ORGANIZATIONJ,
20. ARE YOU NOW, OR HAVE YOU EVER BEEN, A MEMBER OF ANY ORGANIZATION, ASSOCIATION, MOVEMENT, GROUP, OR COMBINATION
OF PERSONS WHICH ADVOCATES THE OVERTHROW OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL FORM OF GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES, OR OF
ANY ORGANIZATION, ASSOCIATION, hiOVEMENT,GROUP, OR COMBINATION OF PERSONS WHICH HAS ADOPTED A POLICY OF ADVOCATING
OR APPROVING THE COMMISSION OF ACTS OF FORCE OR VIOLENCE TO DENY OTHER PERSONS THEIR RIGHTS UNDER THE CONSTITUnON
OF THE UNITED STATES OR OF SEEKING TO ALTER THE FORM OF GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES ••
BY UNCONSTITUTIONAL MEANS? •• • • • • • • • • .. • • • • • • • • • • • • .. • • • • •     ·r.·- •JN•
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HAW£ ADDRESS
TUftS k.HOWN
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Dr. 1falter G• DrUeol.1. ,· ...
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24 HAVE YOU EV-R BEEN ARRESTED INDICTED OR SUMMONED INTO COURT AS A DEFENDANT IN A CRIMINAL PROCEEDING, OR CONVICT EO
FINED OR IMPRISONED OR PLACED oN PROBATI6N IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH A PROCEEDING, 9R HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ARRESTED OR Rl0:
UIRED TO DEPOSIT BAIL OR COLLATERAL FOR THE VIOLATION OF ANY LAW, POLICE REGULATION OR ORDINANCE (EXCLUDING WINOfl
'TRAfFIC VIOLATIONS)? •••.•• , •••• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o o o o o o •• o o • o , o o
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IF YOUR ANSWER IS •·yrs·· LIST ALL SUCH CASES IN ITEM 25. IN EACH CASE GIVE: (1) THE CHARGE OR NATURE OF THE OFFENSE; (Z) THE
DATE: (3) THE PLACE WHERE ARRESTED; (4) DISPOSITION OR PENALTY IMPOSED, If ANY.
25 ARRESTS (J..d....U .U ..U..r 1.ioa. .. .._. rroffw:: ftol4uo-.)
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26. PREVIOUS SECURITY CLEARANCE
A. TO YOUR KNOWLEDGE HAVE YOU EVER BEEN INVESTIGATED BY ANY BRANCH Of THE FEDERAL
GOVERNM:ENTI ••••••••••• • • • • • · · o o , •• • , ••••••••• , , •• o o o
B TO YOUR KNOWLEDGE HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REFUSED CLEARANCE BY ANY BRANCH OF THE 'fd"i'•'·-·,-.. ..
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IF YOUR ANSWER TO EITHER QUESTION A. OR 6. IS YES, PLEASE fURNISH DETAILS. A"'le .,. ... _ ··N.·
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SUB,TS·:::T: Conversation \:ith 1-:r. Dnid CHRIST
1. to the request of Chief, FI/D, on 19 1960,
this the substance of a conversation
David TSD, and
2. 1630 ho:u-s on 10 Au;;ust 19-50
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Crt?.IST visited
the office of the to state th3t he soon be going to
. .'·1a to rildO an audio inst9.llation in th(l possibly
to othc:r- a·Jdio op.:ration:,   by 6tB!ST
rt.cr-1est·::d that J.:r. and p::>ssibly "so,.:.J" of-s perscm el
accorcpa...'lY hi.'ll on the Ha.va.'ll assi,pur.c:;t. In responsil to the query by
=dersigned as to ;;hy • were CtBIST stated
that be naeded for entry into the target area. Hhen
ths pointed out tbt there r.-::ts appg,rently no entry problem
re6ard target • CHRIST the basis
for his requsst 1n that the possible for protection
•·hile in Havar..;. He Kent on to explain tha and his people
could be used to whether •as survaillanco.
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his request. After a of pros cons, and
p:.riicularly in view of duties, it \:-as dccidc:d that there
;:as no concret" jJ'J.rposa •·hie!:! could justi.fy the • or·····
as requested by CHRIST.
3. CHRIST to HaV'l!la on 17 retur11ed to Hashington
o/a 31 August, a..-ld departed again for P.avar.!l for th,.a task 0/a
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Pennaylvania Birth Certif'icnte
Social Security Card
Reserve Officers Aaeocietion Card
Aloerican Aasod.ation of Engilleers Jleoberahip Card
Un1 ted States Fidelity end GU.'iranty Insurence Card
International Certificate of Vaccination
a. The !lev Yon:, is a 11!\lltiple
d\IClling un1 t This address is shovn in the Bev
York Driver's License, Reserve Off'icers soc1ation Menbership Card, u.s. &
G. Insurance Card, nnd Internatiooa.l. Certificate of Vaccination.
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the USAFR. Ctl'.SHELL stated
that CA1lS\lELL
JIIIIIIIIIIFthat he is single.
c. The American Assoctstion of Engineers Me!J:bership Card is an existing
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R. \/olcott,- »xU cal Officer USPHS OUtpatient Clinic, 67 lludson St. Nev York
13, !lev York.
e. The plsce or employment vh1ch   obtnined from Central
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3. When purchas 1ng his ticket to Cuba
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CAR5IIELL
out tvo copies of a Cuban Identity/Disecbsrkation
as a
copy or the Turjeta is picked up by Cuban Authorities upon londlng in Cuba,
and the other copy is retained by him until he leaves Cubn at which tilDe he has to
surrender it to ImnJ.srstion officers. The Tarjeta contains the follOVlng information on
the 1nd1 vidual:
Dame
Ba t1 onali t;y
Countcy of Birth
Age
Sex
Y.ar1 tal Sta tua
Occupation
Point of llibarkation
Carrier
Flight Nu:nbe r
Date of Arri vn1
Permanent Mdress
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United SU.tes Fidelity und Guaranty Insurance Card
International Certificate of Vaccination
a. Th-e reddence, r:ev York, is e multiple
dvelling un1 t and vas provided by Central This address is aho'W!l in the lfe¥
York Driver' a LicellBe, Reserve Officers Association hip Card, u.s. &
G. Insurance Card, and International Certificate o:r Vaccination.
b. 'lhe Officers Association Memb•erl3hl.p
is a Captain in the USAFR. Cf...PS:IELL stn
he is single.
c. The American Association or Engineers Membership Card ie an existing
Organization. The address of the Association is listed as 8 South Ml.c!Uga.o
Avenue, Chicago, illinois.
d. Tne International Certificate of Vaccinetion vc.s prepared by the
Agency In:munization Branch e.nd shovs that CA..".::.>.'ELL v.as vaccinated by Rolla
R. Wolcott, Officer USPRS Clinic, 67 Hudson St. Nev York
13, Nev York.
3· When purchasing his ticket to Cuba, CA..IS!>'Er.r...--required to fill
out tvo copies of a Cuban Identity/Disenbarkation   One
copy of" the Tarjeta is picked up by Cuban Illl!nieration Authorities upon landing 1.n Cuba,
and the other copy is retained by him until he lea.-es Cube at vhich time he has to ·
surrender it to I=igration officers. The Tarjeta contl!.ins the following information on
the individual:
Rsme
Nationality
Country of Birth
Age
Sex
!o'ari tal Status

Point of fubarkaticn
Carrier
Flight Number
Date of Arrival
Address
Address during stay in Cuba
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CIA=!.OR RELEASE 1993
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Chie! _,;: TSD/Audio OperF.tions Br-anch witting of the following:
}' .. li. aud:.c oper<;tionE \Yo:-ld-wid::- :.ir:.c:e 1957 to present
d;;te.
Complete :...nowledge of a.ll R&D ci ra:dio equipnaent

Had knowledge c! cert<'in Std! D >1nci Fl "quip,r-ent and operations.
Complete >-nowledge of a.H audio as11ets in productbn and stocked
for u"se ..
Clearance• through Top Secret, S:>eci.d lntei!i:;ence c:leari!.nce,
and
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Wo!'ld-·..,ide knowled&e c£ the location of f.lt ou:- a.udio te(.hnici<>.n•.
P....i;.ving previot!.zly \'lith the .:
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.pplieC Fhy.':ic.G o£ TSD,
was i'tlsc of m.a·.:1y of our   .8 .?..:D ..
Br?.:\lCh Chief in TSD, he full l:tf.:>;m.:o.·.d.oc vn all persoi:nel
in TSD end g ene:-?,1   '-'f !.he over2-H in::lu.ding
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CASE ANALYSIS
rtL[ NO.
- 0-331697 - Current S
...... ll.as granted Secret Contract Security Approvals in
December 1960, February 1963 and April 1965.
He was approved for a Secret continuing contact in 1962.
111111t was approved for a Visitor-No-Escort badge in
January 1966 and approved for use as a contractor's employee
in March 1966.
It is noted that a reference ofAIIIIII
0-435380, was security disapproved in December 1961 for use on
a classified Agency contract based on information disclosed that
been recently arrested on a morals charge by the
Metropolitan Poljce Department.
CHRIST David Lamar - 0-43872 - Former Supr.
Subject's former supervisor
    2.ssigned to
JU vccooer 1970.
is a former GS-16, Agency
1950
David Christ was granted an ISA/Top Secret in December 1970
and an !SA/Secret in October 1972. He was approved for DCD use
in August 1971, valid through August 1976.
NOTE: The file contains the following flags of interest:
1. Cross Reference Sheet - 4 January 1971 with 0-607446/
Cuban Imprisonment of Agency Audio Technicians
2. Sealed Envelope to be opened only by designated
officials.
3. Watergate File Review •.
- 0-368366 -
Subject's spouse is a current GS-07, DDO/SE employee who
entered on duty with this Agency in 1964. N.D.
Data in file indicates that ............... is known as an
Agency employee to a number of
APPROVED FOR RELEASE 1993 -
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FIL[ P'IO.
0-602744
A"'ALYSIS
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a former GS-14, DDO/EUR Agency employee who EOD
File contains a CIA VON A to Z flag sheet.
is the father 0-390572 .......
was approved f employment
at his father's assigned station. His contract
was terminated in August 1967. It is believed that he returned
_to the· U.S. to attend college at Maryland Security
action reflects that in January 1963 as charged
with possession of marijuana by Maryla e but was
not prosecuted, but placed on two years porbation.
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Jlllllks a former GS-14, DDO/EUR, Agency employee who entered
on duty in and retired in .June N.D.
NOTE: File contains flag re CIA VON A to Z.
0 - SOR
a former GS-13, DDO/AF, Agency employee who
EOD 1952 and retired in June 1974. N.D.
NOTE: File contains a flag re TET Offensive.
AT£ ANALYST
18 Aug 1975
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17 August 1973
MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD
SUBJECT: David CHRIST - #43 872
Thor-nto-n   r--
Walter SZUMiNSKI - #43 816
l. Material relating to the imprisonment of the above
employees, and to their subsequent debriefing will be found
-in Security Research Staff file #3280 {333280) which has been
retired to Records Center.
2. Report of interrogation #44566,
regarding his activities while assigned to Cuba, will be
found in above SRS file.
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1. The Manhattan Field Office advised today (apparently
....... called in this mornin that yesterday a reporter of
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con m an as ed h a ou d advised
him that CARSWELL maintained transient residence-a his
address and occasionally received mail there. He told t
reporter that CARSWELL was employed by th
Engineering Company and that in pursuing
this was out of town most of the time from his
address. the reporter that he saw CARSWELL
very infrequently. The reporter inquired whether or not
CARSWELL was an electrical technician or engineer
replied in the negative and stated that CARSWELL was a
management consultant, he believed, for the engineering firm.
' 2. from the reporter's remarks that he,
the .-...and CARSWELL first met while
civilian employees     Air Force several years
previously.
3. The reporter related that his paper obtained the
lead on CARSWELL through their contact in Havana who received
information regarding CARSWELL from the Cuban News Service,
which information indicated CARSWELL's address.
that the reporter's interes was-considerably
CARSWELL is not a full-time
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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
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Ai'PRtJVED FOR REl.
CIA HISTORICAL Rl'll EASE 1993
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H 43872 E SB/3
SUBJECT:
l, Subject live address in na-:e J'ill!el L, CA.l1.$.iELL, t!l••••
.......... 1111il111r, tiT, set up in August 1960 by
HFO. 1-lFO advised that there would probably be no mail, and
that should any inquiry be made, the householder should affirm
that is an engineering cor1pany em:oloyee, has been living
the residence f ut tw vea.rs, originally from Penn-
s about 4D old, an is sint:le, P.e supposedly
is away on a business
J, l-IFO was to disclose no GOLIATH interest to
and that the above,_1cover story should be used in the event of any
inquiries concerning C . .\._-=>.s..rsLL, Thefile notes that in the event tha
Cubans break CA.'1.S.·IELL, and his true IlB!!le and employment
sons decision will have to be made as to w;,at to tell
tine.
5. Suggest that we advise MFO of possibilities of inquiriy
at this and have them affirm with householder that it
queriP-d, • ackno·.ll"ldge that CX'lS.!"LL has resi '!ed that
left on a trip f¢ in 1060; that £ has not
from him since; that had checked his
a I that C.GS .. 'ELL had been delayed and would be
out of to·.m for sevcr?.l r""re months, I suggest that "hether or not
.... is fron ne·.•spa;:ers or throut;h :-!FO that CAR'S'.JEL,L is in
pri3on, he te advised not to offer this -tni'ormatian to inquirers,
but to an innocent f"U7 in the whole ma.tter of the impriso=ent,
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FSD 1\Ild CI, just whst mail c;_1_S'.'ELL antici?'ltes r.ay be directed to
address, i.e., to   it will be addressed. On
cables frocr the field, the station advised that
CA!'ts·I'ELL's story was that he had no relative and \.'as The
lstest cable ma..\."es rent ion of letters to C.-\BS·•'ELL' s relatives and
the
ddress.
7. It is also suggested that tr.e s"':ation brief CASS.IELL on
ds ostensible householder - .-; wife ; a-:>;rrox. age
43 yrs old; he is employed as an aut=obile s!lles:nn in the Eronx.

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43872
SYNOPSIS
A postal facility (Fost Of fice
General Post Office, Fbiladelphia 1,  
was at Philadel@ia• Pennsylvania, 1n
the nanes and 01 • The
PUstmaster at , Pennsylvania, was alerted to
the !act that H mail sho•1ld arrive for and
or I 2 > it should be forwarded to their
Fost Office Box at Fhiladelphia.
Householder requested to accept mail in
the name of •
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At Fhiladelphia, 1enr.sylvania

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11 Cc tc t() r 1960
On 10 Cctobo:r l9SO, Confident ial rr.fcr:.-.a.nt £ was
intPrviewed on the prerrises uf the Lcr;ecal ro:J t. Office at 30th
and Harket StrP.ets. He n.ade arrangements to _open a J:ost office
bax ( $L. So quarterly fee) in U.e nar•lCS of _. and or ••••
• The f4cility t o be utilized is identified as: fost
=c-=-r-=f.,....ic_e_,Bo:::o xd ) General Post Off i ce, Thiladelphia 1, Pennsylvania.
\o/jth respect to the writ ten appljcation for the facility, no
re!'erences were requ"!.red and DO residence or b•Jsi.ness address vas
listed tor the s.
At lt!lllfl68, Fennsylvania
<A1 ;n October 1960, , fo3trraster, was inter-
viewed CD premises of the Post Office the intersection o!
• Sand StN>ets. Thi3 tnforrant was alerted to the
f act that it any m3i l shoulc arrive for and or :;;!!=:
; it should be forwarded to Fost Oft:ice Bo.x
-=c--en_e_r-a"""l-...r_o_s t Off1.ce, Thiladdphia 1, Fennsyl vania.
very and stated that he take necessary
a c t ion to in!!ure that any items would be for..-ar=ed as requested.
He d.:clared that he would haYe to adv i se the Assistant ?ostmaster
_.-of the request to rr.ake sure of proper handling. '
As a matter of general ir.ter es t, the current telephone
  ror the village does not contain a l istjDg
-in the name and MR . 41 11} who aescr Pbed himself as a
resJdent here all of his life, brought out that he does not
recall anyone with the surname ever residing here.
At Nev YorK, Nev York
On lu October l96o • householder was reques ted to
accept maLl addressed to •
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I 43872
APPROVED fOR RELEASE 191' .
eiA HISTORICAl Rfi'IEW
A. review at Subject's documentation in the name DanielL. CARSWELL
iodicates that it he wri tea to hie oaten.rlble parents, he may U8e
one o! two or three addressees
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established in the Subject' a alias
been advised to add the Da.llleS
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on CARSWELL 'a birth cortificate. MFO has been requested to cont&ct
the Postal ntendent at unde1 J advise him that
at in ao;y mail addressed to_
aiia=-to !ile a change at addresa card
w1. th the PO at orva.rding a TIT CARS'HELL mail to a ro Box .
in Phil.adelphia which !of!O will service d.a.il7•

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{4) aeutal resideno. - Phelan hu contacted
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TO
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SUBJ ECT :
ernoran Um • UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
Ch/SB/1
Attt Hr. Fr ed Bucci
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OiR.IST, David
(Live Addr e s s - Westchester Count7)
143872
DATE: 21 Sept 1960
APPROVED FOR R£LEASE
CIA HISTORICAL RE\1EW PfiObrlXi'i
On 16 S,pte:nber 196o SAC/MFO was telephonica.ll)" advised that SUBJECT
was one o£ several Americans r eporta<iJ.3 arrested in Havana, and in anticipat-
ion ot publicity in the local news papers, including me ntion ot the ostensible
residence ot "Daniel CARSm..L•, - a live address in Eastchester set up b7
MFO - requested to have Mr the live addres!ee, briefed with details
ot the SUBJECI' •s cover stOl"')", procured tr011 Dick Bilad.Mt, cco;.oc. In
s ome minor det.ails this st017 differs trom that supplied b7_lack !enneey,
who requested the live- address. - -
MFO vas advised that GOLIATH enpleyment t1r interest in SUBJ Ect vas not
to be indicated to a R a00 advised that this cover st
017
wa.a
it the publici t,. identified SUBJECT in his pseudo identi In the event
of true name identHication and empla;yment by' the Cubans 1 t vas explained
thatfurther instructions would ba.ve to be given, the matter ot
acknowl edgement ot these 1001 Tiduals in such case vas tor pres"j.dential
decision, reported1.7 being made on Sept.
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Per Biladeae, SUBJEct, aa •CARSm.L• is a roduction mana.lement consult-
ant, sine. Mq 196o b7 a b sa a iEEJ ; t
N1C. Prio to this he had worked in a similar capacity tor
the Air force and bad been stationed abroad exteMi vel7. He baa been on
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arrangement, vhicb baa been instructed ei.m.i l arlT to acknowledge SUBJECT
in the event ot inqui17. - -
Subjequent information !rom Joe Langan, Securit1 O! f icer explains
SOBJ EC'l' vu backstopped thru P to the extent..-heflla.., and the otner two
TSD te:iibcl.&fL.Were Mt. 'l'he operation on vbich they were sent to Havana
wa3 an-- _..one, under FE direction. On_ hie own initiative CbZ'i.st
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1. Reference is made to your memorandum dated 15 Au uct 1'.(0
requesting the establishment of U::.- ':! ·rr'l! in •_·;,., Wr- ... ·r
•U'•''l of --v :-,,,-k in the name of ··::1!r-l L. c;.;:.:;,,:-IJ..
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4. Non-registered, first class and air mail, bearing the above
address as a return address, may be mailed by you at any convenient
letter box in the area where this facility is established. Regis+erea
mail and parcel post should be forwarded to for secure
mailing. Any mail having special security significance should be co-
ordinated with this office prior to mailing•- l'.ail bearing the above
address as a return address should not be handled by the Central Mail
Room.
5. It is requested that you advise this office when the above
address is no longer of use to you. Any inquiries concerning this
facility should be directed to the SB/3 Desk of this office, Room 1502
,f Building, Extension 3933 •
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APPROVED FOR RELEASE 1993
CIA HISTORICAL RlVIEW PROGRAM
15 August 1960
  FO:t: Chief, Security Support Division
ATTENciON: Su!Jport Branch
SlJ13J ECT:
1, This will confirm the telephonic request of 12 August
concerning subject, _
2. You were requested to pr8vide a back stopped addressee
for subject in Westchester County area of Yo::-k for a period o.f
one month. You were advised that Daniel I .. C.\."S':IELL vas about
40 old, single, a production manager for an electronic
engineering firm, has lived at his present for some 2 or
3 ye:J.rs, and h:J.ving come fro:n Pennsylvania,
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advising an address of i!llillillllilii
be used by subject for this
Distribution:
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of 12 August 1960
York. should
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CIA HISTORICAL Ri11EW PROGRAM
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1. This will contirm the telephonic request of 12 Augu3t
concerning subject.
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2. You were requested to provide a back stopped addreasee
for subject in Westchester County are1 of York for a period of
one month. You were advised that Danlel L. C\."S" .. 'El,L was a)out
40 yeus old, single, a production mmger for an electrode
engineering fi.r:ll, has lived at his present addres5 tor 2 or
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address in the name of DANIKL J, CARSWELL
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clear and Police check at , New York,
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GENERAL:
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On 12 August 1960, who reside.a at.-..
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ClA HISTORiCAl REVlEW PROGRAM
MEMORA.NDUl( FOR THE RECORD
22 March 1963
SUBJEcr: Report of Mee ting between Mrs. CHRIST and Mr.
James DONOVAN in New York City on 20 March 196 3
P ior to meeting Mr. DONOVAN, Mrs. CHRIST, Mr.
nd the unde rsigned met at a room in the
Hotel in New York City. This preliminary
meeting lasted about forty-five minutes and gave Mrs.
CHRIST an opportunity to vent much of her anger and resent-
ment. As I learned later, Mrs. CHRIST had a difficult
flight from was obviously tired and quite
upset.   many of her questions
and focused her attention to the problems currently facing
DONOVAN.
2. After ............ eft the Commodore, Mrs. CHRIST
had lunch. some gifts for the children,
which was part of the cover for the trip to New York.
Consequently, when we arrived at DONOVAN's office at 4:30
p.m., she was in a more relaxed frame of mind.
3. The first fifteen or twenty minutes with DONOVAN
was occupied by DONOVAN reviewing the case since be has
entered into it. DONOVAN explained the background of the
negotiations and told Mrs. CHRIST how CASTRO used the
term 'indemnification' rather than exchange. The Cuban
people are be ing told that food and drugs are being sent
to Cuba to indemnify the Cubans for the destruction done
to them when the brigade attempte d to invade Cuba. According
to DONOVAN, CASTRO will eventually announce to the Cubans
that all the goods have been de livered and in return, he
is going to release the American prisoners in Cuban jails.
4. Mrs. CHRIST asked DONOVAN why he did not exchange
the four Cubans in New York for four Americans. DONOVAN
explained thatthis would be a waste of time, that CASTRO
would not liste n to such a deal and that it would be
disastrous for our three people. DONOVAN discussed his
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last trip with Mrs. CHRIST, the conditions in Cuba, the
many_ telephone calls he received at all hours of the
day and night, the fact that he met with a top-level
minister in the Cuban Government, and that any time after
midnight he was likely to receive a phone call CASTRO
and begin an involved and complicated conversation •.. DONOVAN
told Mrs. CHRIST that enough equipment and medical supplies
have not been sent to Cuba yet to warrent the release of
the Americans. Mrs. CHRIST wanted to know how and what
was being done to speed up the shipments of goods. DONOVAN
explained in. detail the difficulty of sending
tittes of goods to Cuba,· the problem of obtaining_adequate
ships and crews, and the difficulty with the Longshoremen
who have refused to load any ships going to Cuba;. DONOVAN
also told Mrs. CHRIST that the Americans have always re:..-..
ceived a b_ad press .. i.n .Cuba and _that the build-up for:':t!teC<.
Costa Rica conference had not helped our cause. He also.'-.:-:··
explained that there a.'re many people in the United States·.
and many 'politicfans who would "love to see K.ENNlillY'sfew'
in his own juice over Cuba," and for their own personal
reasons are not anxious to see the Americans released;·
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5, · At this point .llr. Robert HURWICH the State ·
Department (Cuban Desk) joined the meeting. .llrs. CHRIST
asked DONOVAN about the skin divers and why they were:
getting out of prison before the other Americans are
released. DONOVAN explained that he had no choice in the
matter; that they are a very motley crew; that they
have not committed any crime and that in all probability
he will return to Cuba within a week or ten days at which
time they will be released to him. DONOVAN also told Mrs.
CHRIST about his meeting with each one of the prisoners,
how he gave them money, and how well they have it relative
to the other prisoners at the Isle of Pines. Eventually
everyone generally discussed and agreed that there are
difficulties in getting ships to transport the goods to ·
Cuba. I ind HURWICH attempted to explain to Mrs.
CHRIST the problems involved and how they have very·:
recently received tenative promises for three or more
ships. They estimated that it would take four trips to
deliver all the goods to Cuba and that each trip costs
about $50,000. Mrs. CHRIST noted that Mr. DULLES had
told her that money was no problem. She is also witting
that KANGLES will get $100,000 if he succeeds in getting
the Technicians out of prison. Thus she asked, why the
Agency does not supply the funds for these ships. DONOVAN
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explained that he thought the Congress had specifically
forbidden Government funds being used in this project.
However, all agreed to look into the matter to determine
if the Agency could assist the project with additional
money. DONOVAN gave Mrs. CHRIST the benefit of specific
remarks that CASTRO had made about the prisoners and his
answer to her question, when he expected to get the rest
of the Americans out of prison, D O ~ O V   N said, "Spring".
This is what DONOVAN apparently told the prisoners when
he talked to them and, as he explained to Mrs. CHRIST,
he couldn't possible ask for their release until all, or
almost all, of the goods have been delivered. The best
guess now is that it will take three, four, or five weeks
to get these goods down there.
6. Toward the end of the meeting there were some
suggestions that Mrs. CHRIST could call HURWICH in the
State Department any time she wanted details about the
movement of the ships and goods. My concern regarding
her direct contact was made known and everyone agreed
that from a security standpoint this could present problems.
Thus, we agreed that periodically, perhaps once a week,
we will arra eting for Mrs. CHRIST with either
HURWICH or and myself, but it will be done in
a manner stent with the cover and which will not
arouse any curiosity.
1. After the meeting, which lasted a good two and
one half hours, Mrs. CHRIST, in my opinion, finially
realized the problems that are connected in a project of
this nature and now realizes that everything possible is
being done to effect her husband's release. I believe
that this was one of the most productive meetings we
have ever had. During the meeting DONOVAN was suffering
from a severe case of laryngitis, received several phone
11 and explained his extremely busy schedule. Later
ca sCHRIST expressed to me her regretfulness for taking
Mrs. h f DONOVAN's time She also stated that she
up so muc o • •
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6 March 1963
MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD
SUBJECf:
Report of Conversations with Mrs. CHRIST
1. The publicity resulting from DONOVAN's nego-
tiations regarding the release of the Americans has
given Mrs. CHRIST renewed hope that her husband will be
released in the near future. Efforts to minimize the
significance of these negotiations have had little
effect. At times Mrs. CHRIST contacts the undersigned
almost on an hourly basis requesting information. She
is knowledgeable of a few of the details regarding
these negotiations, but has not been given any infor-
mation of a highly sensitive nature or any information
concerning the Cuban personalities involved in a
possible trade.
2. Occasionally, Mrs. CHRIST becomes temperamental,
somewhat abusive, and highly excitable. She continues
to severely criticize the Administration, as well as the
Agency's previous operations designed to free her husband.
Her Brother-in-Law, Larry, continually threatens unilateral
action unless "something is done very soon". Mrs. CHRIST
and her Brother-in-Law voiced an intent to contact DONOVAN
or one of his associates under alias in order to obtain
more detailed information about the negotiations. However,
they were successfully persuaded not to take any action
which might precipitate a collapse of the entire project.
3. Only by giving Mrs. CHRIST some hope for the
future and some reason to believe that the DONOVAN nego-
tiations might succeed have we been able to contain her
from pursuing action which would undoubtedly compromise
this operation. It is extremely difficult to predict,
short of a complete mental breakdown, the effects that a
collapse of the DONOVAN negotiations might have. At this
time no considerations have been given to any other
operations that we could discuss with Mrs. CHRIST, nor
have there been any serious discussions regarding the
continued containment of the CHRIST Family should the
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operation are vital to the security and cover of this
operation, it is anticipated that we will continue to
advise her of some of the details and the human interest
aspects of DONOVAN's negotiations. Under the present
system the undersigned receives information from Mr.
MERTZ or Mr. regarding current negotiations.
This information is declassified as much as possible
under the circumstances. The desensitized information
and any_hope or lack of hope that it may contain is
transmitted to Mrs. CHRIST as soon as possible. It is
particularly important that any information regarding
activities be relayed to Krs. CHRIST before it .•
appears in .the press. Usually some detail or bit of · ···. ·
information regarding any negotiations or operational
activity_ regarding her. husband's release assists in. c £" ·•
satisfying' .her curiosity, for ·at least a few days.''-'V•:': ·-· · ·
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the status of the families. Mr. advised the
Director that the situation was e but for the ·
moment was being'contained. Should the situation become
desperate I believe Mrs. CHRIST could be subtly directed
to seek consultation and or DONOVAN. This
has been discussed with Mr ............ who agrees that it
would be safer to have her channel her efforts in that
direction rather than to a source over whom we haye little
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MEMORANDUM FOR.: DEPUTY DEtECTOR (SU.?PCR T)
SU:aJECT
REFERENCE
Request lor Aut!loriz:e.tion for Expenditure
up to $2,500 under Authority of HR 30-7b(3)
: Memorandum for DD/S from C/TSD, dated
22 December 1960, Subject: Same as above,
DD/ S 60-448Z
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1. This mernoranduxn contains a request for your approval as
outlir.cd in par<?.graph 4.
2. In our memorandum dated 22 December 1960, we explained
the need by TSD of a modest s u   ~ o£ money to finance an exceedingly
sencitive project. This memorandmn, <:pproved by you, contained
a re::;.ucst for cxpeniliture by TSD o{ SUI::ls not to exceed $2,500. On
10 Auguut 1961, you also approved our re'luest for an additional $2,500
in coancction with the same project.
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3. To date TSD bas used about $1, 200 of the $2, 500 allotted to
us in 19:,1. There is no rea&on to believe th::.t thia project will ba
termin.:>.,ed in the im:nediate future. As noted in our memorandurn o£
10 August 1961, the assistance provided the individuals concerned has
beeu extremely beneficial a.'1d haG made it possible to prevent situations
from occc,.·ring which mie!1.t result in :;ecurity flaps. It has also given
us a ..,rc.:tter semblauce o£ control over the activities of individuals we
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m uct cor.t::-..ct 2.nd has cauGed ther.1-- to rely on the Agency's handling o£
the o;>er'"tionz.l aspects of this p::lrticular project. Thus, up until tho
pre:ocnt tLne we have controlled their frequent pleas for operational
asdct:l.nce from outside sources such as Congressmen and well known
political !ieures.
4. Therefore it is requeated that you api>rovc the expenditure by
TSD of cumo not to exceed $2,500 !or the !!zeal year 1953 under your
authority contdned in HR 30-7b(3). No new funds arc required since
Guch expenditures can be charged against allotment 3125-1070-1000.
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.MEMORA.l'iDUM FOR: DEPUTY DIRECTOR (SUPPORT)
SUBJECT
Request !or Authori::ation for E:cpcnditure
up to $2,500 under Authority of HR 30-7b(3)
It is understood th.:l.t the original o! this mc:nor=dum, together with-
cor.oplcte records oa all e:>::penditurcs made U'>dcr t..'>is authorization,
will be   in !ilea in TSD ,-,here t!lcy may bo <:.vcilablo !or audit.-
Request Contained in Paragraph
4 is Approved:
Deputy Director (Suppo1·t)
RUSSELL
Chief, DD/P/TSD
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APPROVED FOR RELEASE
CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGRAM 10 AUG 1961
1.:   FOR: Corr.pt roller
SUBJECT !or Authoriza!ioo for· Expenditures
up to $2,500 un<!:!r !-.utbority o! R 30-!10,
P.na;;rar:>h 9(a)
REFERENCE : 1\!emorandum !or DD/S from C/TSD, dated
10 August 1961, subject: same as above
I have approved this Jate o! the   memorandum, the-
original or which is on file in the Tccl:nica1 Service3 Division. It
authorizes the Technical Services Division to expend :Jums not to
cxc<!ed $2, SuO in total !or certain unusu.'1l expenditures In connec-
tion , •• ith a se::>siti.vc rr.attcr eJ.'J?lained in the mcmc:randtlr:l and
supplemented by an oral explanation to rr.c personally.-- These
cx;oc:>c!..itures are authvriz.e:.i un1er t!lc provisicns c! CIA Regulation .._._
No. R 30-l !0, paragraph 9(a). E'>:pcn.iiture3 should be ch.ng:ed
a.:;ain3t allotment No. 2!25-1070-lOuO. A complete record of
all e:.:::.cn<.:itures under .th.is authorization will be. k.=nt in
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tZ:te files in tho Tech.'lical Services Division they v.;ill be
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10 August 1961
MEMORANDUM FOR: DEPUTY DIRECTOR (SUPPORT)
SUBJECT Request for Authorization for Expenditure
up to $2, 500 under Authority of R 30-110,
Paragraph 9 (a}
REFERENCE
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2. We are still faced with the same situation which gave rise to
the referenced memorandum which was approved by you on 22
December 1960. The originally approved sum of $2,500 has
covered the unusual expenses involved in this situation which have
arisen between mid-September 1960 and mid-August 1961. It is
expected that while these expenditures will continue to be required,
the rate o! expenditure will drop somewhat. The purpose of this
present memorandum is to request approval of an additional $2, 500
for the same purpose. "
3. It has been very-evident that the help which has been provided
to the concerned under this procedure has been extremely
beneficial and has made it possible to prevent pressures building up
to the point where security flaps would occur or the individuals .
concerned would cease to rely on the Agency's handling of the situation.
4. The manner in which the Agency has been dealing with these
families was the subject of a lengthy discussion on 9 August between
the DCI, DDCI, General Maxwell B. Taylor and the undersigned.
It was very evident that General Taylor felt the Agency was handling
the situation in a very satisfactory manner. Particular reference.
was made to the kind of assistance we have been providing.
5. In view of the unusual nature of the use for which these
are provided, I took particular care at this meeting to mention 4 or 5
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situations which required expenditures of several hundred dollars.
Those present at the meeting felt in each instance that these
situations definitely concerned the Age ncy and that the funding was
appropriate.
6. As outlined in the reference, complete files maintained in
TSD furnish detailed information on each instance where this
authority has been used.
7. It is requested that you approve t h e expenditure by TSD o£
sums not to exceed $2., 500 in total unde r your authority contained
in R 30-110, paragraph 9 (a). No new funds are required since
such expenditures can be charged against allotment 2.12.5-1070-1000.
It is understood that the original of this m e morandum, together
with complete records on all expenditures made under this
authorization, will be kept in the files in TSD. where they may
be available for audit.
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CIA HISlORICAL REVIEW PROGRMi
22. December 1960
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MEMORANDUM FOR: DEPUTY DIRECTOR (SUPPORT)
SUBJECT
Request for Authorization for Expenditure
up to $2,500 under Authority of R 30-110,
Paragraph 9 (a)
1. This memorandum contains a request for your approval
which is outlined in paragraph 5, and summarizes our conversation
this morning in your office.
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2. Three staff employees of TSD and one contract agent
are presently under detention (and have been since mid-September) •·
in Havana by Cuban authorities for crimes committed against the
Cuban State. The group was tried on 17 December, but as of today
the court has not reached a verdict and sentence has not been
passed.
3. So far, the alias cover story of the three staff employees
has held up, and their true names and Agency affiliation have not
been revealed. It is essential that their cover story remain
unbroken. This will be particularly necessary if the senior member
of the group is sentenced to prison and the others deported in
which event the strength of the cover story will be tested by the
inevitable investigations of the U. S. press when the. sentence is
announced or the men arrive in Miami. If all three men are
given jail sentences, it is equally important for their cover story
to hold up since such sentences would undoubtedly be extended if
Agency affiliation is discovered by the Cuban authorities.
4. Arrangements have been made by the CI Staff for the
legal support being provided to the group by lawyers in Havana
and for providing the necessary funds to handle this aspect of
the situation. However, it is necessary that arrangements be
made for funding a number of relatively minor expenses which
have been, and will continue to be, incurred by TSD in order to
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help maintain and preserve the cover story here in the United States
and to provide certain necessities required by the men in j ail.
The following are typical of the types of expenses concerned:
(a} The Havana Station reques ted that the men be
furnished with an electric frying pa n to coo k their
meals in jail.
(b) The Ha vana Station felt t h a t the men should not
appear to ba completely forgotten by their alias families
and that Christmas presents should, therefore, be
forwarded to the men in jail, incl uding such items as
razor blades , toilet articles , r eading material, flea
powder, first-aid equipment, etc .
(c) If sentenced, the men will be transferred to
the Isle of Pines where green vegetables and dairy
products are lacking. It is, therefore, necessary to
send them a supply o£ vitamins and other dietary
supplements.
(d) One of the men indicated that his alias mother
lived at the act ual address of his true mother. I! this
information is released by the Cuban authorities to
the press, reporters inevitably wi.ll investigate the
situation. TSD, therefore, moved the m other to
Washington where she is presently staying with the
individual's wife. To do so, the mothe r was forced
to take LWOP from her Federal employment.
Reimbursement to the mother for sacrificed pay is
in order. We expect that she will remain in Washington
until at least three or four days after announc e ment o!
the verdict and passing o! the sentenc e or until any
newspape r interest has subsided.
(e) The telephone at the house of one o! the wives
has been a party line. F o r security reasons the
party line has been r emoved, and a private line has
been installed at the request of the Agency. Reimburse-
ment for the additional amount of $2. 00 or $3. 00 per
month is in orde r u ntil such time as the party line can
be reinstalled.
(f ) The wives of two o£ the men have periodically
been requested to visit my office where they are briefed
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freely with us. Reimbursement for taxi fares in this
and other similar instances is in order.
(g) I£ the men are deported, arrangements have been
made to receive them in Miami and sequester them from
the press. Certain expenses will inevitably arise in this
connection. In addition, the men will be arriving without
any clothing other than that which they will be wearing,
and it will ba to outfit them with the minimum
amount of clothing required to return to Washington during
winter weather.
5. The foregoing are indicative of the type of expenses
being incurred. Inevitably other unforeseen situations will arise
requiring modest funding. It is, therefore, requested that you
approve the expenditure by TSD of sums not to exceed $2, 500
in total under your authority contained in R 30-110, paragraph 9 (a).
No new funds are required since such expenditures can be charged
aaainst allotment 1125-1070-1000. It is understood that the
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all expenditures made under this authorization, will be kept in the
files in TSD where they may be available for audit.
 
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•.. Their, oJl].y, significant ·.·• _
-_continual. req\tests _that .lbey be guaranteed. that· ever7:;.; ',>:. · "' :'··
effort _is being· iaade" to· the _release· of tfle Teclli:::( .. _ _.._
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not to. taJte &ily unilateral action at this tim.e but >., · · :-:. ;·-:
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success to date, I made arra.n&ements to visit the CHRIST .. , . · .·
F.uUly. Pi-tor to my''visit, I recoived - call troa Gel)eral · · .. · ·.
CA.RTRR. The General informed me tht.t· the pressure to · free · _ , ·
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Christcaa nod tha Holiday would not lessen 9ur ·ettorts.
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and. suppor.t )y senior otlioials • .. I .her .that- ·: .
the operatiQnal si.de ot house W!LS awaiting word •   --:- ·._ ·_- ·
soma of their _QYn ..   independent of the DONOVAlf · · .
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and if_ she ma4e effort 'to et>ntact or ant .: . . :· :. ·
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cease· with her·,: provide her witb no additional-:: . .. ·.: .. r -
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idea .. was stupid a.nd and in & more ,J • ..
manner, I to to Senior Agenc1. o.ttiei_ala . · ..
her' • 'kl\QY Jnore
C.\STRO regarding ·   ·.-S. =:.. ' ·: .
that we obtain as many details as" possible·
prisoners S).lteady re.teased rega.rding :· conditiona at the ·<"
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that the Rod Cross could ask !or in!oroation about the
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I agreed .to"see the CHRIST Family ngain early this coming
week;' l n.!a certain, that at least for tho present til!le, .
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Attached are memoranda
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Mrs. Christ. Arrangements have been made for
Miss Lahey in the Attorney General
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MEMORANDUM FOR: DEPUTY DIREcrGR, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE
SUBJECf: Mrs. CHRIST's Meeting with Attorney
General
1. I refer to our recent conversation regarding
the agenda for the meeting between Mrs. CHRIST and the
Attorney General. Attached for your information is a
brief chronology of the case, with particular emphasis
on Mrs. CHRIST's meetings with Senior Officials. I
have also attached a one-page memorandum for the Attorney
General.
2. I had a lengthy discussion with Mrs. CHRIST,
her sixteen year old daughter Elaine, and her brother-
in-law, Larry CHRIST Wednesday Evening. I afforded
them with a comprehensive briefing regarding our current
operational efforts and stressed your continued personal
interest in this project. The fact that the Attorney
General has agreed to see her and knowledge that you
are in close touch with the operation has considerably
improved Mrs. CHRIST's morale. She appears to be more
confident that her husband will be released and most
important, she seems to be satisfied that CIA is exerting
every possible effort to effect his return. I doubt that
any serious controversy will occur during her meeting
with the Attorney General. I am of the opinion that Mrs.
CHRIST needed reassurance that CIA would agree to a meeting
between her and the Attorney General and that this
reassurance has resulted in a more optimistic attitude.
3. With your concurrence, I have agreed to Mrs.·
QiRIST's request that her daughter, Elaine, be present
during the meeting with the Attorney General and in
deference to our wishes that the meeting be kept to a
minimum, Larry CHRIST will not attend. I believe Elaine's
presence will be a positive contribution to the meeting
as she is a neat, attractive and well-groomed young girl.
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that there i8 no need 'f:o protect the 's af'fil.iation 'With tbe
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R.D. d2, Hguntain Top, ?ennsylv·-•a, U S A
PfiESENT ADDRESS
st. & lfo. Clt:r St.ate Counu-r
::.= as above
ADDRESS
lJone St. &: No. Cltr State
B. NICK.'IAME WHAT OTHER NAMES HAVE YOU USED?-------
----------- UNDI:R WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES HAVE YOU EVER USED THESE
Not Applicable
NAMES? -----------
liot n;:,olice.ble
HOW LONG?----- IF A .LEGAL CHANGE, GIVE PARTICULAP.S ---------
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L __,   USA
C. DATE OF BrRTH PLACE OF BIRTH ---;;,;:::------=--,-------=--c----
cltr Sute Coun1.r"J
USA Yes
D. PRESENT CITIZENSHIP--===-- BY BIRTH? -----BY MARRIAGE? -----
Country
BY NATURALIZATION CERTIFICATE#------ ISSUED--=-.,--
Date Cou:-t
AT
ctt:r Stat.e Country
HAVE YOU HAD A PREVIOUS NATIONALITY? ---=:-:-:'"7C--------::----,.----
Yes or Ho Country
HELD BETWEEN WHAT DATES?. ___ TO--- ANY OTHER NATIONALITY?
country
GIVE PARTICULARS
IIAVC YOU TAKE:-/ STEPS TO CHANGE PRESENT CITIZEHSHIP? --- OIVE PARTICULARS:
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E. lF BORN OUTSIDE U.S. WHEN DID YOU FIRST ARRIVE IN THIS COUNTRY? ------
PORT OF ENTRY? ----- ON PASSPORT OF WHAT COUNTRY?
LAST U.S. VISA
Ty .. Plnt>t- ot issue Dllt.f' of  
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i:iEC 2. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
AGE _____ ---J
2
__ SEX ---{::de---- !!EIGHT ---6'-G"---- WEIGHT ----±85S---
Al:.oV<! left c;re,
EYES "" _HAIR --Bror.n·- .. COMPLEXION -- SCARS on rl ghLJ:or.er-..l"':ll
vray · on left foot & '
BUILD --ted:itll:l OTHER DISTINGUISHING FEATUilES ankle
SEC. 3. MARITAL STATUS
A. SINGLE ----
 
DJ:\\ORCED ------
WIDOWED
STATE DATE, PLACE, AND REASON FOR ALL SEPARATIONS, Dl\'ORC!;:s OR ANNL'LME:NTS
(JF YOU HAVE BEEN MARRIED MORE THAN ONCE-INCLUDE ANNUL-
B. WIFE OR HUSBAND MENTS- USE A SEPARATE SHEET FOR FORMER WlFE OR HUSBAND
GIVING DATA REQUIRED BELOW FOR ALL PHEVIOUS MARRIAGES.!
NAME OF SPOUSE  
PLACE AND DATE OF MARRIAGE
HIS <OR HER I ADDRESS BEFORE MARRIAGE •
LIVING OR DECEASED thing-- DATE OF DECE.'ISE --- CAUSE ___ _
IF BORN Ol'TSIDE U.S. INDICATE DATE AND PLACE OF E:-iTRY -t;ot applisable---
CITIZENSHIP ------ WHEN ACQUIRED' ----- WHERE? -==-=---=----
CitY State Countrr
OCCUPATION •
LAST EMPLOYER s
OR BUSINESS ADDRESS -eo-1'·
6
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..... I t"1r:i :;,Y.;;-1 io ... r; •. }
l\IJLITAHY SERVICE FROM ----"c. ... BRANCH OF SERVICE-----
Cu.v.l.
COU>:TP.Y DETAlLS OF OTHER GOV'T. SERVICE, U.S. OR
·-- -- --··----------------------------
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SEC. 4. CHILDREN OR DEPENDENTS   part;al del'endents)
:.3£C. 5.
SEC. 6.
J. NA:'.!E TholllA!I r7arren Christ
Son 5
RELATIONSIDP ------AGE_...::.__
CITIZENSHIP __ • ._,S"-'-',A"-'-'-- ADDRESS
R.D. [2
1
Top, Penna., U.S.A.
St. & No. CJ:y St .. te
C'O'oJUtr}'
2
_ NAME El.ain3 Hargaret Christ RELATIO:<SHIP _D_nu_:::.&h_t_a_r __ AGE __ 3 __
CITIZEN SHIP __ _,U:_:•:..:S::.:•:.:A:_:•:__ ADDRESS
R.D. li2
1
Top, Penna,, U.S.A.
St. & Clty S<At<
Countrr
:<.   --·
RELATJO:<SHIP __ ·--·
___ AGE __ _
CITIZENSHIP-------- ADDRESS
St. & C1ty Count:r
FATHER (9iYe the same information for stepfather and/or guardian on a separate sheet)
FULL NAME
David /..lbert Christ
Flr51 L:u:.
, · Decea•ed 3/15/50 CAUSE __
LIVING OR DEC.t::ASED v DATE OF DECEASE _
OR, LAST, ADDRESS
620 Arlington St., T=agu.a, Penna., U.S.A, /
St. & No.
Cay State Cou/
DATE OF BIRTH _2;<../_l4..2../_'_:_9_S_ PLACE OF BIRTH __
Clty St.ate Country
1\ot applicable
IF BORN OUTSIDE U.S. INDICATE DATE AND PLACE OF ENTRY ___ ...::..; _____ _
CITIZENSHIP ----- WHEN ACQL'1RED? ----- WHERE?
City State Countf'}"
OCCUPATION Breaker E:;;ploy-UST EMPLOYER Lehigh Ccol &. l:avigation Co.
EMPLOYER'S OR OWN BUSINESS ADDRESS
l:o. 14 Colliery
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Tll!O"-gua, Penna,, U.S. A,
s:.k No. City State Country
MILITARY SERVICE FROM
Not api1f.6cable
BRANCH OF SERVICE -------
Da.t.e
COUNTRY--------- DETAILS OF OTHER GOV'T SERVICE, U.S. OR FOREIGN.
MOTHER (Give the same information for stepmother on a separate sheet)
Christ
c-L-,-,------
FULL NAME
E.ildred Lenore
Flr,;t Middle
LIVING OR DECEASED LiVing DATE OF DECEASE ____ CAUSE------:-
PRESENT. OR LAST, ADDRESS
620 Arlington St., Tar..agua, Penn3.
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St. & 1\o.
City St:l.lt' CouDtn·
Te..:"':1nG-ua
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Penna.., U.S.A. I
DATE OF BIRTH
S/14/'91\>LACE OF BIRTH
CITIZENSHIP ------- WHEN ACQUIRED? ------ WHERE?
City State Co:ltltrr
IF BORN OUTSIDE U.S. INDICATE DATE AND PLACE OF ENTRY
!lot applicabl:' __
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OCCUPATION J.!QllSeJ.1fe LAST EMPLOYER ____ l..,!!.lOct:D"ft'---------------
EMPLOYER'S OR OWN BUSINESS ADDRESS !lot appl 1 cab) e
St. & No. Cl\.7 St.at.e CouotrF
MILITARY SERVICE FROM ___ !u.iuo.utn:pplic.c.ble BRANCH OF SERVICE -------
COUNTRY---------
DETAILS OF OTHER GOV'T SERVICE, U.S. OR FOREIGN.
7. BROTHERS AND SISTERS (Including half-, step-, and adopted brothers and sisters)
Ecnry-
Mlddle
Chr1 st AGE __;3ul __
Lut
PRESENT ADDRESS U.S. A. USA
St. & No. Clt:r St.at.e Countrp Ctuun.Ah.lp
2. FULL NAME ....r.\:"'acrrr=e"'n'-:::-=------....E..£J.!l] h.e.rl..,..,.., ______ _,.hrl.s.tAGE
Flrst Middle La.st
PRESENT ADDRESS 620 Arl1ngtoll....S.t., TP'"&la, PenM"&; U.S.A.
St. & No. C1tJ ,., t.at.e untr7
!!SA
Clt1un.s.l:llp
3. FULL NAME ..ll!lb.s
Lerene ________ ..wlrl.s.tAGE
M\ddle La.st
1721A Pd.t.nn Drive, Pb1ledelph1;> Penna
PRESENT ADDRESS
liSA
C1Ur.en&blp
4. FULL NAME Elizabeth
F"lnt
Irene
M!dd...le
Cbr·i<t AGE
L.out
PRESENT A.DDRI:SS __ l!'urses ra··jS, hesh.,:-1·or1 ,..n l-'o.sJ1+n1, a IlSA
St. 6: No. Clty Sis\.e • Country ; CltlUn&!l.lp
5. FULL NAME
Ch;rl es'
Tlnt
fuan,le1
M.lddle
Chrlst AGE
t.ut
PRESENT ADDRESS ..1:1·01 flt,, Ph1lndeJ•,hjn Penn• !1 !    
St.&; No. CUy SUW Count;f C1tl.zen.&b\p
SEC. 8. FATHER-IN-LAW
LIVING OR DECEASED --Li.¥ing-- DATE OF DECEASE----- CAUSE-------
PRESENT. OR LAST, ADDRESS  

,cJ/!c. ro
DATE OF BIP..TH
IF BORN OUTSIDE U.S. INDICATE DATE AND PLACE OF ENTRY
----- ------·
C!TIZENSJUP ------ "WHEN ACQUIRED? ------ WHERE?
City St.&te CoUDt:-1
OCCUPATION ---f-er::,cr-- LAST EMPLOYER ----1:-tlf
D a
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SEC. 9. MOTHER-IN-LAW
FULL NAME __
Flnt Middle Lut
LIVING OR DECEASED _::.Li=-ving.:.=:"'-- DATE OF DECEASE ----CAUSE-------
PRESENT, OR LAST, ADDRESS Route #2, 1\ausau, \.'isconsin, U.S.A.
St. d.:: No. Cltr St&te
DATE OF BIRTH 11/13/'98 PLACE OF BIRTH Tov'l'l o! Hewitt, \·!isconsin
::ot a"'plicable
IF BOR!-1 OUTSIDE U.S. INDICATE DATE A..'W PLACE OF ENTRY "'
CITIZENSHIP ----- WHEN ACQUIRED? ----- WHERE?
Ctty S:at.e W'..l:Hry
OCCUPATION ::H.::o:::U:::S:::e..:"''i=f..:ec.__ LAST EMPLO"I."ER
Hone
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SEC. 10. RELATIVES BY BLOOD, MARRIAGE OR ADOPTION, WHO EITHER LIVE ABROAD OR
WHO ARE NOT CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES:
I. NAME
Ilona
RELATIONSHIP AGE
CITIZENSHIP ADDRESS
St. &. No. C1ty . ..... Cou:;:.ry
2. NAME RELATIONSHIP AGE
CITIZENSHIP ADDRESS
St. & No. cttr ...... Country
3. NAME
---RELATIONSHIP-- ____
AGE ___
CITIZENSHIP ADDRESS
St. & No. City State Country
SEC. 11. RELATIVES BY BLOOD OR MARRIAGE m THE MILITARY OR CIVIL SERVICE OF
THE U.S. OR OF A FOREIGN GOVERNMENT.
I. NAME
None
RELATIONSHIP AGE
CITIZENSHIP ADDRESS
St. & No. Clt7 St&tll!'
TYPE AND LOCATION OF SERVICE (IF KNOWN)
2. NAME
RELATIONSHIP AGE
CITIZENSHIP ADDRESS
Bt. & No. City State
TYPE AND LOCATION OF SERVICE !IF KNOWN!
3.
NAME _____
RELATIONSHIP
AGE
  ADDRESS
St. 1.:_ So. City SLIIlt
TYPE AND LOC'ATJON OF SERVICE tlF KNOWN)
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EC. 1:!. EDUCATION
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ADDRESS 'i'c:uem;aa, Pf%;;mr.
1
U •
DATES ATTENDED Se?t • 1 GHADUATE?  
/. I .
HIGH SCHOOL      
DATES ATTENDED · _ GRADUATE? Yes /
COLLEGE n-- 1 d: t e :u.. ADDRESS Cf.- • n p '
- . cULlsy a ;,· ou:ege · ::a;tlntzt"/
DATES ATTENDED "Sept. (/tfJ to Peb-.---+-5(7-- DEGREE -B.
9
-;-:trr-Elec. "ful;$• -/:7
COLLEGE--------- ----- ADDRESS
DATES ATTENDED
City
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EC 13. MILITARY, NAVAL OR OTHER GOV'T SERVICE- U.S. OR FOREIGN
__ __lJ_,..E..J.. _____ __!..r:.w_ H r Forc9
COUDtf7
,
,.
Country
F-i r:::t__I.ic•_...J.t......_. _ _....o ...... ct. '1
1
2 to '46
P-"nlt Date' or Service ./"'
C .... • .,.,   8779
1
a3 Se;>ant.1 on from
.Last !Xrtal No. T)ipe OS Olscba11:e _ _,
BO!Y.LCt
REMARKS: O!fieer, Gryptec?"aph
1
c 2CC'2.?.;ty Offioe.
SElECTIVE SERVICE DOARD t\DffiER ADDRESS_ Tz ..
1

IF DEFERRED GIVE REASON _ • •
It\DICATE ME\lBEI1SHIP Hi MILITARY nESER\'E OnGAl\lZATIOSS
-O.f'i'icer, 1912th t. tCS S1., OJ;cstcA l·l:'B, lJidc) etm·m, a
14 CHRONOLCGICAL HISTORY OF EMPLOYMENT FOR PAST 15 YEARS. ACCOUNT
FOR ALL PERIODS. INCLUDE CASUAL EMPLOYMENT. INCLUDE ALSO PERIODS
OF UNEMPLOYMENT. GIVE ADDRESSES AND STATE WHAT YOU DID DURING
PERIODS OF UNEMPLOYMENT. LIST LAST POSITION FIRST.
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1. FROM •. TO
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  FIRM OR AGENCY Colle::;e fxtension
Couot.ry
KIND OF BUSINESS NAME OF StiPERVISOR Fr . George B1 erl1
TITLE OF JOB --Inst.r..lc.t.or-------- SALARY $ )1;0.0.-, PER nont.h
REASONS FOR LEA V1NG
0 0
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ADDRESS
6
\. k r-ao. • CIIJ 6t.At.e CO\lDuy
KJND OF BUSINESS _ _________ NAME OF SUPERVISOR Prof F, T Hil.ll., Jr....,,.."'a.c
TITLE OF JOB __ ...._.St.ude,LJn'-"t'----·-----
SALARY PER ___ ....._ ____ _
YOUR Dt:TIES
S t.ud ent 1 n EJ t r i c e l r:nc1 nc.erin.g.. --------------------
REASON£ FOR LEAVING, __GrpduatiolL-------------------
t ,/
- -------- ----- ---------
3. FRO='-f June 19h6 "" TO Jeb._lgJ.;.a_ _ __ ,:___
OR AGENCY
ADDRESS
. • [.. "'l;o. .::1! ) S tate Counuy
OF .• :-:il:vtE OF St:PERVISOR Fn, E Hoare
TITI.E OF JOB - -rowdep-Ual.gpe.el'l'------- SALARY S l.JS-- PER
REASONS FOR LEAVING .
1948 .·
FROM - Gct..--±942 '" TO 1946 ', '
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E;\1PLOYJNG FIRM OR -
Count,.,.
KIND OF BUSINESS catic:J.s.__ NA.\1'£ OF St..""FERVISOR Caot, J;ces Purdy
First Lieutenant
TITI.E OF JOB rpz;i)XJfrTcn:wraXID:rJJ"e'fX . SALARY! •• 175,00 PER Illontb
YOUR DUTIES Co'n-1 I ni c ations....Offic.e.r,_C.r ..        
REASONS FOR LEAVING :::eparation
1- - 1/ ..
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FIRM OR AGENCY _ _ t.t) as 'Po't-::ier Co:::lp.;.ny: ________________ _



st & No. Cll1 Country
KIND OF BUSINESS
'Fxp1 o siv..e.a ___ NAME OF SUPERVJSOR      
TITLE Or' JOB _ -Eol.-:ie.J!....Eelp!!.r _ __ ---- SALARY S__._ag __ PER },our
YOUR Dl'11ES _ G,..1 ?tin_Eo::-:-?a.ck.. . ___ _ _
REASONS r 'OR L'-,AVING  
------------------ ---- --·---- ---- --·
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SEC. 15. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DISCHARGED OR ASKED TO RESIGN FROM ANY FOSITION?
HAVE YOU LEFT A POSITION UNDER CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH YOU DESIRE TO
EXPLAIN? GIVE DETAILS:
::-.::·-=.."' ' :.-- =-=-==-=-=-=-=== ==========
SEC. 16. GIVE J:o"'IVE CHARACl'ER REFERENCES- IN THE U.S. - WHO KNOW YOU INTI-
MATELY- (GIVE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS ADDRESSES WHERE POSSIBLE.)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
H;-. Paul R. Beattie
J.:.r, \·:Ulicra F:. l!coro
Rey, R. H.
C\tJ
Tal'T.aglta



BUS. ADD. Fnre:ll!t State PiU"k
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RES. ADD. Cooksbu?Og
•"'
BUS. ADD. -------------
I _. RES. ADD. ---------

BUS. ADD. ------------
RES. ADD. E • BJ:O..:!...<LS.t. ,  
Penna.

J:r, Chc\rles H, Ctrtor
Bl!S. ADO. f ..   At.las Co.
RES. ADD. ';'jJ Mi ng:t.on, Dela•.c:; ra
SEC. 17. NAMES OF FIVE PERSONS WHO KNOW YOU SOCIALLY IN THE UNITED STATES-
NOT REFERENCES, SUPERVISORS OR EMPLOYERS- (Gin• residence and business ad-
dresses where possible.) ·
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Street aocl Number CltJ
r::...-.......,[E;,..:.;...,:u1L...;JL...LD.L........:.P:..J1ut..L.tAL.nueur:...._ ___ BUS. ADD. -----
J.:.r. Francis thl.rdick
1 ' RES. ADD. PenM,
/
BUS.
RES. ADD. Ar.!..il'i:;'c.on !St . ____ Penna.
·/ ..
Hiss Pearl I. BUS. ADD. Dept. of Physics, P .S.C .Undergradu.ltl
j
RES. ADD. _ Genter, Pottsville, PeM!.,
BUS. ADD. - --- - - _ __ _ _
RES. ADD. _ ____ __ ___ I:r.rlington,
?ro!. r.. D.
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SEC. 18.
GIVE THREE NEIGHBORS AT Y<JIJR LAST RESIDENCE IN THE U.S.- (Give
residence and business addresses wllcre pOssible.)
and Numbu CltJ
1.
;.f,.-. Rebert Cooper
BUS. ADD. ------------
RES. ADD . ..P .... D...-#...c.2---
2.
Hrs. D...eniel Fine
BCS. ADD. -------------
RES. ADD. R. D. 112 Y.ollntai n Top Penna,
BUS. ADD. -------------
RES. ADD . ...R. D. f' 2 l·1ounta1 n Top,. P.enne,
SEC. 19. FINANCIAL BACKGROUND
A. ARE YOU ENTIRELY DEPENDENT ON YOUR SALARY?-"[.,.,..,.---- IF NOT, STATE SOURCES
OF OTHER INCOME • . es 1
B. NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF DAl'\KS WITH Vv"HICH YOU HAVE ACCOUNTS __ __.,
r.one at
C. HAVE YOU EVER OR PETI'I'.iONED FOR, BANKRUPTCY?
OIVE PARTICULARS, INCLUDING COURT: Not applicab>.ll..Eel-------
D. GIVE THREE CREDIT REFERENCES-IN THE U.S.
1. NA.\oiE Iln1ted Furniture Co. ADDRESSP.nh11c-Scn?re, \•1Jkes_B.,rre Penna.
St. & No. • CltJ I St&U '
2. NAME Sears Rcebuck & Conn?.W ADDREssS. St., \·:1Jkes-Barrc, Penna.
St. & No. CttJ St&te
3. NAME l':Dke£:-Errre Savings f.: De'¢:DR2s.n.k Puh11c S·.uere W1lke<>,.B;rre Penna.
St. & No. CltJ
1
State
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20. RESIDENCES FOR TirE PAST 15 YEARS
FROM Feb. t 50 TO present
FROM Feb. I 48- TO
TOJnne '46.
FROM 1939 TO -l.-942---
FROM l92t·(?) TO +939
Countl'J'
FROM ------ TO -----
St. No. CltJ StAte Country
FROM ------ TO ------
SEC. 21. RESIDENCE OR TRAVEL OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES
A. FROM Juno.'-45- TO 4ue
FRO:t.1'.u..,. , r TO Oct-!..4$-- ----Around-l.;anil<l
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0 Cit)" or St-ctlon Y urJM:.e
TO l:pr.-1.46-

 
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SEC. 22.
2.
4.
5.
6:
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DATES OF MEMBERSHIP:
Name aud Chapu-r St. & No. CltJ
DATES OF MEMBERSHIP:
  and Chapter St. & NQ.
CltJ
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DATES OF ________________________________
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N3.me and Chtlptel' St. k No. CltJ State C<nWUT
DATES OF ME:.rnERSHrP:
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E. IF, TO YOUR KNOWLEDGE, ANY OF THE ABOVE HAS CONDUCTED AN INVESTIGATION OF
YOU, INDiCATE BELOW THE NAJ-.1E OF THAT AGENCY AND THE APPROXIMATE DATE. OF
THE iNVESTIGATION: . ·'· · • . · .
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I lias a cryptogra})hio Seoul'ity O.t'£1oer, ,,,'f"i!Y Feree, .iiNe-et..!gat.ed
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12
=- •
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A. 00 YOU ADVOCATE OR HAVE YOU EVER ADVOCATED; OR ARE YOU NOW OR HAVE YOU
EVER BEEN A MEMBER OR, OR HAVE YOU SUPPORTED ANY POLITICAL PARTY OR ORGANI-
ZATION WHICH ADVOCATES THE OVERTHROW OF OUR CONSTITUTIONAL FORM OF GOV-
ERNMENT IN THE UNITEU.STATES?
IF ••YES'' EXPLAIN:
• ·>i;,?Lr·· ...
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B. DO YOU USE, OR HAVE YOU USED, INTOXICANTS? ---''-----:Yr,;e&llllt---'--'-o-IF 60,-TO WHAT
EXTENT?.   ·_
. . ... -.;- ... : -- - - -- -- - -
c •. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ARRESTED, INDICTED OR CONVICTED FOR ANY VIOLATION OF·
LAW OTHER THAN A MINOR TRAFFIC VIOLATION? IF SO, STATE COURT,\.
. CITY, STATE, COUNTRY, NATURE OF OFFENSE AND DISPOSITION OF CASE:'"'· · '
:p
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'· ... D.' HAVE YOU EVER BEEN COURT-MARTIALED WHILE
IF ANSWER IS "YES," GIVE DETAILS BELOW: ·_·.· ..
. · . Bot. aPPlicable . .
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.. ...
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PERSC:>N TO ':NOTiFIEn iN c'ASE OF EMERGENCY': \ : . :·--=, • /? "'
·_.,:.. . !._.:. o .. ·,; 1.: :_-_t_: ·-. ·•· ., .· .•• •. , .· . . • • , , • • ·· 'f.. .. .
· wil.iia·M; Chilit-:' .· · ·.:., ;';:'<::' wit8··'.··.
·• • :iX • <. ·. :;' i·rft
SEC. 25.
St. & No. cu., State
COunttJ'
SEC. 26. YOU ARE INFORMED THAT THE CORRECTNESS OF ALL STATEMENTS MADE HERE-·
IN WILL BE INVESTIGATED .
. ·
ARE THERE ·ANY UNFAVORABLE INCIDENTS IN YOUR LIFE NOT MENTIONED ABOVE WHICH
MAY BE DISCOVERED IN SUBSEQUENT INVESTIGATION, V.:HETHER YOU WERE DIRECTLY
INVOLVED OR NOT, WHICH MIGHT REQUIRE EXPLANATION? IF SO, DESCRmE. IF NOT, AN-
SWER .. NO."
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I CERTIFY THAT THE FOREGOING ANSWERS ARE TRUE AND CORRECT TO THE
BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF, AND I AGREE THAT ANY MISSTATEMENT
OR OMISSION AS TO A MATERIAL FACT WILL CONSTITUTE GROUNDS FOR IM-
MEDIATE DISMISSAL OR REJECTION OF MY APPLICATION. · . ·. . •: •. : .·,
SIGNED AT ---------,=-=.,.-,;:=-------- DATE . '· \ -,·, .. ,
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Witness
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USE THE FOLLOWING PAGES FOR EXTRA DETAILS. NUMBER ACCORDING TO THE NUMBER
OF THE QUESTION TO WHICH THEY RELATE. SIGN YOUR NAME AT THE END OF THE ADDED
.MATERIAL. IF ADDITIONAL SPACE IS REQUIRED USE EXTRA PAGES THE SAME SIZE AS
THESE AND SIGN EACH SUCH PAGE. .- .. / · .-•.
        ... · '
station !or Mr. William 0, Allison,· I left this pol'iJ.fon to obt.'B.in'-' t.. •
miployment with Atlas Powder Company, 'Reynolds, _Pen;.; / .. ·
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!or a short period o! time, I left this ccmpany !or better :
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MEMORANDUM FOR: Chief, Investigative
SUBJECT
1. Reference is made to your telepnone call of
25 April 1963. ·-
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•• .,, the bouseoolder at
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to re-brief him in accordance vitn Headquarters instructions.
3. ,..immediately apologized. for not contacting
any one at MFO regarding an incident which occurred on
either Monday or 'fuesday, 22 or 23 April. According
on one of those dates the "Philadelphia Inquirer• nevapaper
tried to telephonically contact In absence of
his   next-door
neighbor, Mrs.__.., o and
inquired about the SUBJECT.
Mrs • .-...ubsequently
'W'ife that the "Inquirer• 'WB.llted. to knov such things as:
A. Who CARSWELL wsT
B. Was he related to
C. When vas the last time CARSWELL vas seen
at the.-T
D. Did the neighbor knol{ anything
about CARSWELL in e ... o the fact that he
1{85 supposed to have lived
5. According totJJ•IIt' Mrs .•••••• informed the
"Y"'/1""\ "Inquirer" that she neither kne ... CARSWELL nor anything about hilll.
He advised further that vben Mrs. informed Mrs •••••
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of the <All, sne expressed interest in what was going on,
since daily papers contained references to CARSWELL's
release lnd his employment by CIA.
6. -reported t3at his wife advised Mrs.
SUBJECT vas a friend of her husband,
and that he, the SUBJECT, traveled a lot and
m '..led .... place to leave some clothes and
mail.
7. It is noted that in January 1961, i te.ms
newpape:- •   CARSWELL' B arrest by    
his add...-.:as at
in the
listed
8. again requested to infonn Agent
0' HARE ot any future contacts w1 th him by anyone concerning
the SUB..I'..cT, and he again agreed to do so.
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RELEASE CONTINGENCY PLAN 6Z-Z
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R. Taransky (Alias) ar·a ·TSD Staif Employees who   ·:-.:
Cuba n authorities in September 1960 and who are now serving ten year . ·· . .
E!!orts aro be ing made to secure their r e leas·e. Since · · ·
their release without advance notice. and at a yariety o! ·.. .
ie. Havana, Miami, Mexico City, Switzerland, - Brazil, etc. • it fi · ·
i, preative that a contingency plan be formulated to ens.ure the ·.: ' ·
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r e cep tion of the se employees. · · .· .
The controlling ! a ctor in all phases of the release procedure ia .. :
that these employees were in Cuba under alias and that during the 'entire.· ·· :.
period since their· capture their aliases and cover sto.ries apparently.
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h ave been maintained. There fore it is essential that the se a liases be
maintained until auch tim e as the employees have r etu rne d to
t rol and then h ave the se a lia s i dentities di6appear as quicl--...1>: as possible •
Fer planning purpose s the
City or ·"other areas.
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release point_s will .be 1-!avana, Mexico ·
provide ..
bl a ck a ir transportation from port of entry CONUS to the desi gnat e d s a fo
area.
3. EXECUTION:
. A. Dl ack v1ill be provi ded unde r th.is pl a n a t the .
request of TFW, __... o r Operatioro..a.l D1vision/OS/DDS ,
depending on the r el ease point a nd port o! entry.
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1. Request that RELEASE CONTINGENCY OPLAN 6Z_·Z.be

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4. 4. Desired destination. . .
5. Other requirements, ie., stretchers or bunks in '
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6. Name, and. telephone number of   party.
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and off-loadihg points.· · - · ·
C. The follo.wing personnel are knowledgeable and charged with the
responsibility of activating this plan: ·
1. AD/ASD/DD/P
Division, DD/P
Sterile Numbers ••••
E,.-tensiona 6862, 7664, 7367
Red Line 1058
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Organization: Air Support Division, DD/P
Home Phone: ........
Office Phone; Same as 1.

1-Iotne Phone:
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D. Det//1 furnish 1 C-54 and crew ln standby capacity until
further notice •. Standby capacity le herein defined as capability to
position the alrcsa!t at any port o£ entry in east, south or southwest
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City, Det. 1 will prcpue mission !olcera !or flights fl:om.most probable
·ports o£ entry to .... and Andrews Air Force Base.
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·under· true name Carswell and Danbrunt should have fn ''····
r their'.p()ssession material which reflects extensive .
· ·· trav;L Sou,th America. Taransky, .on· _the other:-,
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• _ iun'P:asil1ng to lOS the following instructions&. .:. · .. ··
. . ·:ew address wher:·carsweii
· · . resided prior to his departure - -The people at · .
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\ ope: :f.ear ago. that time so":le relative, they· · : .

,fhiok a brother, picked up Carswell's effects and ··
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C:5.5I' e_x::>ressec! T'!gret the.t. he h;.:i t.i s deb::-iefiDg that he clzht
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corr ected C:!?2S? by t..l12.t the record shCTtS t hat l!r. C".::RIS'!' ho
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that to his kmwledge nothin£ had been received
1.n the above names and that he would personallr attend to the
cancellation of forwardtng instructions which are on file at
the Post Office.
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.Jn 9 November 196o, the facility, Post Office
Box #8055, General Post Office, 30th and Harket Streets
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DATE: 6 January 1961
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1. SAC/kFO advised this date that yesterday a reporter
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contacte r. at his place of business and requested
infornation concerning CARS'dELL. The reporter advised that
throuf;h a Havana, Cuba Hews Service, his par-er learned that
an American in prison

Cuba, was a resident of New York and, therefore,
his paper was interested in learning further of CA,RST.m.L. 4111.11••
replied that CARS\VELL was a transient resident at his hoiTIB and
that he received mail at that address . Be advised the reporter
that CARSHELL was ewployed by
Conpany and that in connection with his he travels
extensively. In answer to the reportets question as to whether
  was an techni cian or engineer, ad¥ised
that he believed CARS\fEl.C=-..,as a managenent cor.sul tant for his
employer. 3 f advised the reporter furthe r that he and CARSrlELL
firs t came to know one another while civilian employees of the
United States Air Force.
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Special Debriefing ll None 0 See Remarks
Special Badges or CredJ'ftial/ L__/ None 0 See Rf!
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Interviey- On dat.e indicated below Subject was interviewed on the following:
lV/ Security regulations in general.
2\"' Travel Precautions (to carry nothing identifying him 'With CU, emergency
/contact numbers).
JJ' Cover Story (nature of cover, adequacy or briefing, of
inconsistencies, briefing of spouse), . .-
4/)'ersonaJ. Affairs (proper handling of bank account, credit accounts, mail).
Correspondence (no mention of CIA in letters).
6/PersonaJ. Conduct (general gaod behavior, no black market or currency,
transactions, no undue curiosity in natives in his area, no attempts to
identify or approach other CIA personnel in area except for official
and through official

Travel (only official travel in or through Soviet controlled areas).
8 · Reserve Unit Membership (if applicable). .
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Press Ino. 703-A St, N, E, wash, 17, D.c. July 1951 to Sept. 1951
Craftsman Preas 415 Elev.nth St, S,W, Wash, D,C, Sept. 1951 to Deo. 1952
Editors press, 703-A St,N.W, Wash, 17 D,C, Jan. 1953 to Feb, 1953
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Co 151, So.,Hmpe St, Los Angoles 15, Cal.
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Wolfer Co. 416 Wall St. L.A.l3
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Master Cartons, Ina, 3134 N, San lllabriel Blvd, S, Gabriul Cal, June 1953 to July 1953
Federal Trade Litho, Corp. 1122 P,,   St. Los Ang;eles 21, CalH. July 1953 to Aggust 1953
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Date of Polygraph
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CIA HISTORICAl Rm£W PROGRMI
On date indicated below Subject was interviewed on the following:
lY )lecurity regulations in general.
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2v'Travel Precautions {to carry nothing identifying him with CIA, emergency
tact numbers).
Cover Story (nature of cover, adequacy or prior briefing, possibility of
  briefing of spouse).
4:' )'ersonal Affairs {proper handling of bank account, credit accounts, mail).
5/J'ersonal Correspondence (no mention-of CIA in letters). )
Conduct (general good behavior, no black market or currency
transactions, no undue curiosity in natives in his area, no attempts to
identify or approach other CIA personnel in area except for official
and through official channels).
?;Y')d(her Travel {only official travel in or through Soviet controlled areas).
Unit Membership (if applicable).
9. Other:------------------------------------------------------------
Date
- I revie1r0f tnis file and   reveals:
& No briefing topics or D See be lOll'
@No special cover -probl<!ma 0:.."
D See bel 011'
H No brie.fins by
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D Requires debriefings on
(as circled) SI Q CiiYPr ·<
D No badges or credentials or a See remarka.
BEIWlKS
D=a..:te.::.o::_f ======·--- 6(c /)f; r >/'fist
JJITERv:r:EY- On the indicated date subject was intervie-..ed on the t;;:';:Oll"ing points:
1. ? Security regulations in general.
2. Travel Precautions (to carry nothing identifying hiJI. ll"itn CIA).
3. 7 Cover Story (nature of cover; adequacyor prior briefing; possibility of
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inco!l.'3istencies; briefing of spottse). ·
4. Personal Affairs (proper handling of bank account, credit accounts, for- ·
---r warding of mail). .
S. Correspondence (no motion of CU in lettera to and, from subject).
6. I Personal Conduct (a. general good behavior, b. no black maril'et or currency
--- c. po undue d::riosity in natives in his area, d. no attempts
to identify or approach otherCIA personnel in area except for official
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business and through official char.nels). - ·
7. Other Travel (only official travel in or through Soviet controlled areas).
8. =Other:
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Security debriefing by the undersigned
completes action necessary in this case.
CJ The following were obUired from
subject and forwarded approprif.tely
for disposition.
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CJ Subject waspermitted to
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MEMORANDUM FOR THE FILE
SUBJECT: CHRIST, David L.
20 August 1963
1. On 19 August 1963 Mr. Miller, Chief, Central Cover
Staff, and Chairman of appointed by the DD/P,
stated that in all interview with Subject, Subject raised a question as to
the possibility of his being permitted to make TDY trips out of the United
States sometime in the future. Mr. Miller stated that inasmuch as the
Panel had recommended to the DD/P that Subject not be permitted·to
travel outside the United States, he would again poll the Panel, including
J;.he Security Office, as to the possibility of lifting the ban on Subject's
travel and putting in a proviso that Subject be permitted to go on TDY
trips after a period of three years, but preferably five years, from the
present after being subjected to psychiatric examination prior to the
trip and having the approval of the Office of Security.
2. Mr. Miller stated that he was inclined to agree that this
was a logical step to take, especially since Subject will undoubtedly not
be within the jurisdiction of the DD/P, but rather in the Office of the
Deputy Director for Science and Technology.
3. I discussed this situation with the Acting Director of
Security, Mr. Westrell, and he agreed that such a proviso would be
agreeable to the Office of Security. _)
4. I advised Mr. Miller on 20 August 1963 that the Office of
Security would not object to an amendment to the Panel recommendations
that Subject be permitted to travel outside the United States TDY after
three years, but preferably five years, if he were given psychiatrik...
assessment prior to his TDY and had the Office of Security for
such TDY.
 
W. M. Knott
DC/SRS
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SYNOPSIS
T'be fil.ea cheolald at both eredit soarcea. File.
blocbd at both sources.
APPRoVED fOR IEWSE 1993
CM R1$1'0RfCAf. RfYIEW PROCRAM
REPORT NO. ___ _
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143872 23 September 1960
CREDIT:
(At Washington, D.C.)
On 22 Septenber 1960
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the nam!l at the Subject md his lfJlOUBe
were searched through the !ilea at Stone's Mercantile Ageno7
Incorporated, 1419 H. Street, !I.W., and revealed a CrecU.t report on
Subject dated 12 June 195b, which reflects employment as CIA since
about 1950 at about $10
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535.00 (no further detaile)o
Thill report wu fuaellinated to North   e e ~ Savings and Loan
CO!Ip&ll7 on 12 June 19$6 (no other diaselld.nation) •
An of!icUl. ot Stone'• Mercantile !gs007 Incorporated, blocked
the Subject's file and agreed that DO inf'ormation 11111 be released !r011
this file without the prior approVlll. of this office.
On 22 Septeni:Jer 1960, the 118llell at the Subject and his Spou!le
were searched through the files at the Credit llunan, Incorporated,
222 6th Street, N .w ., and revealed a oredi t report on Subject dated
15 March 1951, lil.ich reflects employment as CIA, Personnel Officer
since 16 Novenber 1950 at about $4,000.00
The content o! this l1!lport vas fuseminated to the following
firms on the dates indicated:
15 March 1951
8 December 1951
6 November 1952
21 June 1955
28 .funs 1950
17 June 1957
28 August 1958
5 January 1959
7 Januar,- 1959
10 August 1959
18 July 1960
Hahn Shoes
Associates Loan Company
COllll:l!rce Inveatlrent Compan;y
Credit F1nance Serrlce
Lana burgh ••
Woodward and Lothrop
Suburban Trust Conrpan;y
Marton's Deparant Store
S. Kanne and Sons
Borg Warner Acceptance Corporation
Peerless Furniture
An of!icUJ. at the CrecU.t Bureau, Incorporated, blocked the Subject's
f'ile and agreed that no informs. tion vill be released f'rOlll the file
vi thout the prior approval o! this atfice •
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DATE: I 3 . c; tJ
STATU3:
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DESTINATION:
DEPENIENI'S BRlEFJJ'iG:
PREY!Ot5 TRAVEL: Are""'----------- Cover _____ -:-----_!.ears __ _
Are......._ _________ Cover ___________ Years. __ _
Are......._ _________ Cover ___________ Years. __ _
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Risk of Capture Category A B c D
Brief'ing "'------ ------ ----
CERI'IFICATIOB:
C ONCt.tRRElCE:
SPECIAL BRIEFING
APPROVED FOR mEASE 1993
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Contacts
2. of Security Regul..a.tions
3· Precautions
4. Personal Affairs
5. Personal Correspondence
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TYPE: _____ COORDINATED __ _
TYPE: _____ COORDINATED __ _
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6 • Conduct
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8 . Defensive Audio Surveil.l.ance
9 . Cover
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l. Cover arrangements afifJNN##IJ/fN/flr
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have been com-
pleted for the above-named Subject. .
2. Effective
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it is re?-uested that your
records be properly blocked to deny  
current Agency employment to an external inq_uirer.
3. This meoorandum confirms a:/PJ#./req_uest of l2 .':n ].9$9
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HARRY 1-1. LITrLE, JR.
Chief, Central Cover Division
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2 MAY 1958
APPROVED FOR RRfASE 1993
CIA HISTORICAL REVJE.W PROGRAM
- 1 "(q 1953 __ _
I·IE:ORI\JlUJ!j FOR: Chief, Records "'-'1d Services Division
Office of
Ti::RCUG] Personnel Security Division
0ffice of Security
SUD JEer
1. Cover hnve been cot:pleted for the above
named subject.
RECORDED_
CONT'PtOL DESK
2. Effective   , it is requested
thc.t your records be :rro;;:erly $1c7la.) ( re to (/.1///J!
( acl:nowledge) subject's j;cency employuc.ent by Gc"l externc.l
inquirer.
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Date of Polygraph «'-.'-llo---------------
Special Briefing
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Special Badges or
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L::7 See Remarks
LJ See Ren:a.rks
L::7 See Recarks

- On date indicate= · .. as interviewed on the
Securit,;r :.::  
Travel   _, ( <:..:> ::·t::.ing identifying him with CIA, emert,.ncy

C\ •v Ste:ry (:1a-.t!..:' E' : _:· adequacy or pr lor briefing, possibility of
ix...: .'rs'i.si,.encies, of spouse).
Affairs nandling of bank accound, credit accounts , mail).
(nc _ention of CIA in letters).
Persor. ( g: t;: n era:!. [:.:>:Hi behavior, no black market or currency
"..ran.:a" : ions, .:!O U.!CU-3 c·•Jrio.si ty in natives in his area, no attempts to
iae:nt::..iy cr othr:r CIA personnel in area except for official
business ar.d channels).
Oth9r Travel y •·f:'icial travel in or through Soviet controlled areas).
Reserrc "bit • .:.p (if applicable).


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FOR: Chief, Recc!"ds &: Services Di visio::
T :ROUGH
SUBJECT

Office Personnel
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Cffice cf Security
1. Cover arrangements have been for the above named
subject.
2, Effective 7 Much lJS8 f1 it is requested
  y·-·ur records be properly f!;I.IJ{tJitf to (deny)
(rllfi/JII1illl subject's current Agency ec\ployment by an external
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SUBJECT:·.- ., .
. _1. I refer to our recent _·conversation   ·. ·. ·
the agenda for the. meeting between Mrs. CHRIST and til•. · · .:
Attorney_general Attached f?r your information is IL-:·"{'· -;,
brief chronology, of tha case, with particula.r ·em"'ha.sl•: .. ·
Oil CHRIST •s meetings with Senior Officials.·· I · ·.': .\.
. a one-patre_ mcmorandU.Q tor the A.tto',rney .-..
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: ' her year old Elaine,' IUld ho.r •.. -
in-laY, wry .Wednesday Evening •..•. I _afforded< .: . . . . . .
the Ill· w1 th a ve brief in& regarding ·our "current;-"·. 't
operational :efforts your . ,
_interest. ill this project.- The fact that_ the :
. . Gelleral has agreed t? see her and knowledge. that· joia ·- · _ .•.. ·
· _- )u•e ip close touch vith the operation has con,eiderabl7' · ..
< . 1aproved Mrs. CllRIST • a morale. She appears to ·1110ro , :
· eonfidellt that her husband wi 11 be released and 110st .-·.? , > ·
.. illlPQrtant/ she .. sHm.s to be satisfied tb.a.t CIA is exertlna
-· ever7 possible effort to effect hia. return.·. l -lioubt. that "·
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·any seriOus controversy will occur during her . '
witJi-the Attorner Gilneral, I ara of the opinion tb.a.t Hrs.,' .
CIRIST. that CIA 1r0uld ·agree ·
between _the Attorney General and that this ';_,-: c'·>
reassurance 'in,& .JaOre : ,•
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during the mHting 'rlth the Attorney General and in C:'··" <.<
deference.to:our wishes that the meeting_ be kept' to a·, __ ; . ·.-
f!11nii'IIWI, Larry CHRIST will not attend. I believe Eiafno'.s ·;
presenco will be a positive ,...· .
aa she.ia·a neat, attractive a.ndwell-!l'I'oomed young-girt:··,.
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SE!IIO!'l OF.FICIAL3
1:5 Sap 1960
Jan 1961
28 Mar 1961
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Mrs. CHRIST notified of husband's arrest
n.nd detention.
Urs. CITRIST notUied that husband was' moved
!ror.s Ialo of Pines. · ·
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reports that tho best hope of obtaining -
husband's lies in revolution in Cuba.
_ Ura.· CHRIST Directo.r•a·ca.ndor,·--
• · · '·: · -· .. ;- _,, .. _ . but disappointed that 1110re activ• 'eftort8" '":Ire
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reference to_her deoand to see President,
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in lieu of President. }Irs. _CHRIST again _dis-
· appointed by lack of effort to free husband;.·-
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Aug 196S. -. . Larry CHRIST, brother of David L. CHRIST, pre-
: sents ultitD.atwu_ Either we arran&e for meetinc
with Attorney General or he will to· see
him independently. · · _ , _·.;, _
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prisoners. Hopes raised _e.nd _then dashed by ·.
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1.. The CHRIST Fal!lilf .have' six children.· The iw: ·
a freshman in college, and Blaine, age • ·, ·.. <·
si:ltteen--are' completely knowlede;eable of thdr father'·8.>:;
srtuation, llrs. CHRIST has r·equested and received >•-; . · .
. permisaion to have Elain·e. present on FridaJ atterooon·. · :-: --.,. -·'. ..
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in!6rmation about the present negotiations_ to trade thG. . ·-
sabateuia arrested by the FBI in New York city, She_is .·· ·' ·. ,
anxious the Attorney General's opinion and comment._:_,. ·. _
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OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE ATIORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
AUG I I J
Mr . Alan J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
Re : Appeal No. 80-1048
QJS:KC : KJW
You appealed from the action of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation on your request for records reflecting public
domain information pertaining to Daniel L. Carswell .
After careful consideration of your appeal , I have
decided to affirm the initial action in this case . Certain
information was properly withheld from you pursuant to
5 U.S.C. 552(b) (7) (C) , which pertains to investigatory records
compiled for law enforcement purposes, the release of which
would constitute an unwarranted invasion of the personal
privacy of third parties , in one instance by revealing an
investigative interest in that person on the part of the
F.B. I. The name of one Bureau agent was also excised on
the basis of 5 U. S.C. 552 (b) (7) (C). This information
cannot be the subject of a discretionary release.
Judicial review of my action on this appeal is available
to you in the United States District Court for the judicial
district in which you reside or have your principal place
of business, or in the District of Columbia, which is also
where the records you seek are located.
Sincerely,
John H. Shenefield
Associate Attorney General
4·694 (Rev. 4·10·79)
Mr . A. J. Weberman
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
RECORDS DISCLOSURE COVER SHEET
FOI/PA BRANCH
RECORDS MANAGEMENT DIVISION
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20535
MA
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Subject of Request: Daniel L. Carswell
61 , 628 1636
FOIPA No. /190-
Independent Research Assoc iates
6 Bl eecker St reet
New York , New York 10012
Mr . Weberman:
Dear
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 constitutes 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 their
location within the file, and exemptions under which they were withheld. When a
deletion is made from the enclosed pages, the appropriate subsection exempting that
information is noted opposite the deletion.
Section 552 Section 552a
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Pursuant to your request, pages were reviewed and pages were
withheld in their entirety.
The decision to withhold exempt portions of our records is the responsibility
of William H. Webster, Director of the FBI.
r-l Unless noted and explained, a search of references to the subject of your
r   q u   s ~ n the files of other individuals or organizations, i.e., "see" references,
was not undertaken. To verify most "see" references requires information identifying
the individual(s) and/or organization(s) with whom the subject of your request associated
and the time frame of the association(s) . Should you desire a search of "see" references,
please advise of the details describing the specific incident or occurrence and
time frame. Thereafter, efforts will be made to locate, retrieve and process any
such record.
FBI/ OOJ
Mr. A. J. Weberman
Enclosure are 32 pages containing public source
information concerning Daniel L. Carswell . Deletions were
made pursuant to b7C to protect third parties.
Mr . Carswell is not the subject of an FBI file .
The enclosed pages are from other files where his name
was mentioned .
In addition one document which originated with
the Department of State was referred to that agency for
direct response to you .
The amount of $3 .20 wi l l be debited to your account .
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OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE A DORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr . A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr . Weberman:
Utt;
1 1978
You appealed from the action of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation on your request for access to records pertain-
ing to Daniel L. Carswell .
As a result of discussions between Bureau personnel and
members of my staff , the Bureau has now agreed to process those
records reflecting public source information on Mr. Carswell.
If you are dissatisfied with its ultimate action on this matter ,
you may again appeal to this Office .
Inasmuch as this action does not constitute a total grant
of your request , I am compelled by law to inform you of your
right to judicial review. Such review is available to you in
the United States District Court for the judicial district in
which you reside or have your principal place of business, or
in the District of Columbia, which is also where the records
you seek are located.
Sincerely,
Michael J . Egan
Associate Attorney General
By:
Qu"nlan   ~ h e , Jr ., Dire tor
Office f Privacy a tl Information Appeals
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6 BLEECKER STRt:ET NEW YORK CITY 10012 PHONE AJ WEBERMAN (212) 477 6243
Attorney General
Atten: Freedom Of Information Appeals Uni t
Washington, D.C. 20530
1. Under provisons of FOI/PA I wish to appeal determination of Allen
H. McCreight in relation to documents on " DANIEL L. CARSWELL " the
of a CIA Techni c al Services Division employee under
investigation by the House Select Committee on Assassinations as
a result of information I furnished them.
2. In my first letter to the FBI, I was more interested in pointinq
out "Carswell" was one the tramps picked- up on 22 Nov 1963 by
Dallas Police than in showing there was sufficient public interest
in subject matter to require release under FOI/PA of personal
records concerning "Daniel L. Carswell".
a. Enclosed find letter from National Enruirer, the larqest circulation
newspaper in the United States .   ctter s tates that if I can
come up with some photographs of Carswell in whichhe is not wearing
sunglasses "the matter will be immediatly reconsidered" .
b . Enclosed please f i nd dozens of art'cles on "Daniel L. Carswell"
which indicate he was a public figure and subject of much 1nterest
on the part of the general public. The l atestof these articles
is 1977 and deals with the CIA' s a ttempts to recruit the
National Crime Syndicate to break "Carswell" out of prison in Cuba .
3. I hooe you will reverse Mr. McCreight ' s determination since my
initial request was based more on emotion than intellect.
signed

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UNITED STATES DEPAHTMENT OF JUSTICE
t'EVERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
WASHING'l'ON, D.C. 20535
Mr. A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
March 16, 1978
This is to acknowledge receipt of your Freedom of
Information-Privacy Acts (FOIPA) requests regarding the
following subjects: (1) a report by Special Agent Shaneyfelt
on J. F. Kennedy assassination and (2) DanielL. Carswell.
I am confirming the withdrawal of your request for
the report of Special Agent Shaneyfelt dated April 21, 1978,
regarding the J. F. Kennedy assassination. This withdrawal
was discussed with you by one of our representatives in the
FBI Freedom of Information (FOI) Reading Room on March 9,
1978. It is understood that the above determination is a
result of your access to the assassination documents, made
available for public review in the FOI Reading Room.
Please be advised that your request on Daniel L.
Carswell is considered by this Bureau as a third party
request. In handling such requests we are governed by
Title 5, United States Code, Section 552a, popularly known
as the Privacy Act, specifically Subsection (b), which
prohibits the release of personal information concerning
a living person without that individual's written authori-
zation. This decision is predicated upon a determination
that there is insufficient public interest in the subject
matter of your request to require release of personal records
under FOIPA concerning Daniel L. Carswell.
If you are dissatisfied with this determination,
you may appeal the decision by following the instructions
set forth be low.
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Mr . A. J. Weberman
You have thirty days from receipt of this letter
to appeal to the Attorney General from any denial contained
herein. Appeals should be directed in writing to the
Attorney General (Attention: Freedom of Information Appeals
Unit) , Washington, D. C. 205 30 . The envelope and the
letter should be clearly marked "Freedom of Information
Appeal" or "Information Appeal . "
If you are able to obtain an authorization from
Mr . Carswell, directing the release of information concerning
him to you, please have it notarized and submit the original
to this Bureau.
Along with the notarized authorization, you should
also furnish identifying data , such as Mr. Carswell's date
and place of birth, to insure an accurate search of our
records .
Upon receipt of the above notarized authorization
and identifying data, we will search the index to our central
records and advise you of the results.
Sincerely yours ,
 
Freedom of Information-
Privacy Acts Branch
Records Management Division
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6 BLEECKER STREET· NEW YORK CITY 10012. PHONE: AJ WEBERMAN (212) 477·6243
FOI/PA Section
FBI
J. Edgar Hoover Building
Washington, D.C.
1. I am currently involved in litigation in Federal Court in Miami with
E. Howard Hunt. (76-1252-Civ-Aronovitz) Mr.   ~ n t originally accused
me of libel, but ammended his complaint to include conspiracy to
commit murder.
2. In order to prove my innocence I wish to obtain copies of the following
documents:
a. Report dated 21 April 75 of FBI Special Agent Lynda! L. Shaneyfelt
signed by Clarence Kelley re: tramps picked up on 22 Nov 1963 in
Dealy Plaza, Dallas, Texas as suspects in the JFK assassination
and their resemblance to E. Howard Hunt and Frank Fiorini Sturgis.
b. Any photographs, fingerprints, reports, documents on DANIEL L.
CARSWELL. No other identifying information is available on
Carswell except for the fact that he was arrested in Havana, Cuba
on 15 Sept. 1960 by the Castro Government for espionage. Carswell
was released from prison and on April 22, 1963 he returned to the
United States via Homestead Airforce Base, Florida.
Daniel L. Carswell is identical with the "third" tramp picked-up
in Dealy Plaza, who James Earl Ray identified as "Raoul" the man
who set him up as a patsey in the King assassination.
This becomes obvious when one compares a photograph of Carswell
with a photograph of the "third" tramp .• I can supply the FBI with
comparison shots, if so desired.
Because the public's need to know that Daniel Carswell, a high
offical of the Central Intelligence Agency was directly involved
in the Kennedy and King killings, the Privacy Act is outweighed
a hundred fold. It is also necessary that I establish the identity
of the "third" tramp as Carswell since Carswell is linked to Frank
Sturgis via John Martino.
3. I am willing to incur all costs of •earch and duplication and hope that
my request is expedited because it involves a pending court case.
signed
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. ENQUIRER
Mr. A. J. We.benten
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York
r::ear Hr • Wcberrran,
10012

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l'Brch 30, 1978
Fbllawing expert analysis, which could not conclusively determine
whether the tranv and other picture subject match, the editorial beard
has decided the material canmt be used at this tme.
However, should IIDre photo's beoorre available, the rratter will be
irnnediately reconsidered.
Thanking you for your patience and assistance.
WD/net
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Sincerely,
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Gmeral Editor
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OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr. A. J. Weberman
APR 2 o , ,a
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
This is to advise you that your administrative appeal
to the Deputy Attorney General from the action by the
Federal Bureau of Investigation on your request
under the Freedom of Information Act for information from
the files of the Department of Justice was received by this
Office on Ap ril 12, 1978.
This Office has a substantial backlog of pending appeals
received prior to yours and a shortage of attorneys. In an
attempt to afford each appellant equal and impartial treatment,
we have adopted a general practice of assigning appeals to
Office attorneys in the approximate order of receipt. Your
appeal has been assigned number 8-0699. Please mention this
number in any future correspondence with this Office concerning
this specific appeal.
We regret that we are unable to respond to your appeal
within the time limits specified by the Act. For that
reason, I must advise you that you have the right to seek
judicial review of this matter in an appropriate United
States District Court.
We will notify you of the decision of the Deputy Attorney
General on your appeal as soon as we can . The necessity of
this delay is regretted and your continuing courtesy is
appreciated.
Sincerely,
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Janice Adams
Acting Administrative Assistant
Office of Privacy and Information
Appeals
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f. HAVANA, Sept.· 30 (UPI) . - Premier Fidel Castro
warned today that he will execute any "American spies or
boteurs":caught in Cuba.
He made the tht-eat in an unscheduled midnight tele-.
lsion in which he alleged the Amel'ican Embass)"
Ha\-"flna is honeycombed with "conspirators'' and "spies."
" Americans In Cuba who want
to atay at-e wclrome to do 10, and jammed airline offices to get
but aples and will passage home.
, a firing aquae!, he warned. Th 34·year-old CARlro ah;n went
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three "Not1hs·rican spies • Presidential cancliclates. calling
JIOW- EuRiaN' Da 1B
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dO Kennedy "two Ignorant
.t.; kids. "Nixon ls 47, Kennedy 43.
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• · . Khrushchev and said he ,..as "dpf '
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· ' :· tenced l.hree Americana to ten- ManoJ.we-c!io, an Italian-born
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ba tod&J and · chill wlndl
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Inc W&Vel 011 PDI and mllit.la·
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beaVJ ohowera tiDed fo:lboiel
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versation between Red Chinese
in Ban .Juan, P. R.; and t.he New
China· News Agency officea 1n
owntown Havana.
Rerardina the atrcratt Inci-
dent, the rovemment presa aid
tn a terse announcement that
two officer& and a clvHian had
been tUled In the unexplained
cra..sh of a twtn-enalned Ceuna
plane near the Varadero air-
field.
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ha vlnr "died In lhe line of
duty." The Communist dally
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u follows:
.. In trarlc clrcwn&taneeJ,
doubly palnful, three members
of the revolution died , . • the
vlctlml of a painful contuaton
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and the revolution.
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.slon" were Capt. Marti
lein, 2d Lt. Hertbtrto Martin
Guzman and OIValdo Sanchez
Cabrera. -The ·latter wu not
further identified.
Guerrilla TraiDinr
GUATEMALA, Jan. 10 CAP>.
-Detaehmentl of Oua temala 'a
·'&T1111 are 1ett1na 1n-
tell61ve tactical train-
: inr at Retalhuleu near
Pacl!lc cout of Guatemala, the
defense mln!atry oald today,
United Stat.ea omcen are
l.be Retalhuleu b&se In their
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normal rolea u Guatemalan
arm; advlaen, Defenae Min-
ilLer Enrique Peralta Azurdla
aald. He denied lhat the baae
ill belnr uaed to lraln ruerrllla
;!l&ht.er& agaln&t lhe Pldel
castrO rerime in CUba.
-rhere are no agv-eulve in-
tentions in connection with
the .aeUvitie• at Reta.lhuleu,"
be aa.ld. -rbe7 are Just routine
actlvltlea b7 *he Guat.emalan
army.
"1.n connection with t.M
preaence of U, S, olllcen, It
should be remembered that
American mltttary and alr m1a-
11ona are ln Guatemala and
normally live Ykluable ad'fice
&o our a.nJlY .•
     
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HAVANA, Dec. 12 CAP>.- ·
Atnonr the estimated 1&,000
polltJcal prlaonel'll crawded In-
side Cuba's Jails and prlsena
today, two American aerial ad-
venturers men.
William 33. of
.. and Eu-
clid, Ohio, and LouiJ Rund-
Qulat, 216. of San CaUf.,
and Mlaml, have been held al-
most nJne mont.bs-w!tbout
charru or trial.
11leJ have little hope of be·
lnr releued aoon from .Mata.n-
mlut.ary prison. where thel
kept lneommunJoAdo. Bom
ubana have bee
eld even lonser without tria
At dawn Jut March 25
Sherra.lla and Rundquist land:
ed their lingle-encine llaht
plane on a hlchwa.• In Matan-
&at. the province Juat eaat of
Havana.
The civilian told their
captors of becomlnr lost on a
iftylnr &hlnr t.rlp to Varadero,
a eeulde resort 22 mllea nor&.b-
ust. of Matamaa ·
Cutro Fake17 6eea
The CUban authortttea who
Willed them, with a burtt of
machlnerun ftre that wouncled
N.r. Rundqutat In tbe foot. uld
' the two Americans were feiT)'-
Int out "war crlmlnall" at a
price.
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The rovemment made their
upture a propaaanda Item
lll.Yinr It wu further proof oi
United State• arrreulon
.. alnst Cuba.
Abrupt lllence foDowed when
' Waahln•ton Announced 1t had
a atndavU In which
SherraU. aald the clandestine
ftirht wu arranred 1n NlamJ
b1 arenta of the Pldel Castro
• to emb&rraa. Ule
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weHare omcer haa asked aratn
and autn to aee Sherralla and
R.undqula\.. !rver Iince ShertaJll'
atnda•U wu dlacloeed the Em-
busy requeltl ha•e rone un-
1n1wered.
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Mat.anzaa wiJI not the
case or aay when the two are
likely to be tried. Aa tar u the
Cuban public Ia concerned, the
two tilers are burled and for-
aotten beyond the wa111 of Ma-
t.anzaa' San Sebutlan prison.
Their onb Yialtor hu been a
Miami woman who aaya the la
ALL €  
HEREIN IS  
DATE.z..· he .7 f BY .;.f$rrjY' IR/zf/
Sheraalla' wile. l-- P-.ocS Called IDecllble - =-1
Foar Held One Cuban bU&ineMman who
The only other Americans vi6Jted h1a aon. aervtn. a lona
talned In Cuban Jalll without term on the Iale or Pine. for·
formal charrea or Lrial are four counterrevolutton&l7 acttYil;)'
of eaplonare arai.Nt laid when he rot bact: •J
the Communist Chlneae news "'Much or the time the Pria-l
agency, New Chin&, omce 1n oners cannot eat the food tbry
Havana. , receive. Except for fOOd aent in
The four were arrested bJ · bJ their famlllea, m&n7 Of
mllltal1' 1ntelll1Jence a 1 en t 11 Lbem Would not Nni.-e.''
September 16 alona with United There have been no rovern-f
,: States EmbuaJ aecretary ment announcements recent17•
Jorle Lennox, who went bac on Ule number of poUUcal prla-i
home to San l"ranclaco. The t onen1. The beat a • a 11 a b 1 e ·
are held at IA Cabana prlso )/ aourcea eatimate tbla break-
In Havana-unlike Shegalla an ' down: 1
Rundqulst-and have been told ,. J' llle of Plnea, 1.000; La ea.·
their trial ... m be 1100n. J I bana rortreu. eoo: Prthcloe
The four are E1115t.ace Dan Priaon <Havana>. 700· Pinar
. Brunet. F.t!mund

del R.Jo Provincial 200;
Daniel L. and Marlo · Havana civil and mlllta.ry POllee
Nordlo. a dance teaeher-lbe Priaotu, &00; other mllltary
only ldenuncaUon ever rtven 1,000; other local Jalla,
them. · · Mlnu del P'rio concen-
As the m1111 or pol!Ucal prls· yauo.p YIDP <Oriente), uP Lo
one111 In Cuba rrowa obsenel'll • ,000, • •
aay the treatment of prisoner&
becomea more Inhuman ancl
danrerous. Conditions are ao
bad that some prlaonen bate
out •ppeal& &&kina
the Human Rtrhta Comml&alon
or the United NaUona to in·

Thla la especially true of the
natorloua prlaon center on the
·lale of Pines, 30 mllea orr the
aouthwest CUban coast In the
' Oulf of Bat.abano. ,
More than 6.000 peraonK are
I
' reported held there In
tera dul•ned to hold 4,600 at
mo&t.. One prisoner, ldenU11ed
u Antonio Matrelaa VUamo.
1
116, tl aald to have died there
slY or lnJw1u lnJilcted b)'
:o _!nd t.•·... •
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fAPl- A mil·
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E'd the espionage trial of four
Americans accused of
on the Havana offices of ld
China's New <llina N e 1
A&f'ncy. .
The Fidel Castro
j manded 30-year prison
tences for aJI four. The court
uid it wiU announce Jt.J
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t Monday.

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Mr.
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)Ir. T:-•••"··r
Mr. "' .r:.:;uHivan
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)Jr. )r;_"rllm --
Jdia.a Gandy---
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The four, Iince Sept.
Euata anbrunt, 34.
mechanical en l'lf'er t r o m !
ltimore, Md.; Edmund K.
Taranaky, 30, an electrical en..
gtneer from York City; ..
Daniet'b...c,rswell,12, also an
electrical engineer, from East.
cheste-r, N.Y.; and Ma o·
dio, a iriatructor at
naturalized U.S. citiun ."' o
formerly Jived In New Yo -
•THE -MIAMI HERALD"
Deoeml;ler 18r1960
City. ··. ·
The dPfrndants "·ere f • r·
Mally eharrett "ith .. c-rlmf'8
araJnllt the at ability ef t be
•tate" and lpPelrlcally aeeuA·
ed of wttJnr wlntaps 1a the ·

China N e"" AJ"rocy of·
crs alleredly to Jearn about
trade treaty and the H·
lillhmPnt Of dlplomatle ft--
iOnl betweem Cuba a • d
Bed Cillaa.
The prosecutor, Lt. Fernan-
do Flores, told the court the
Castro regime was what he
called R'l!nerouJ with the
.· fendanta in askin& r r
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T h e government charg ·
th .. t two U.S. embassy .ec -
tarieo were Implicated ln t
30
cast! and ("XJX'JI<'d them aJorvu.,; ·
Florida
with another t>mbassy employe ·
idrntiflf"d as Rolx>rt Neet. A
four deCC'ndant5, drf'Ssed / /) o.J 0 4 -
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The aald they NOT RECOftDED
d been hired to repair ffi 149 !Jt(; 30 1960
ctronic equipment in N '1
rtment, which wu Joca
Jn the ume buildin& •• t e - - ---
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CUDan Asks l , ,
30 Years for ·
4Americans
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aod Eust.aca anlm.mt ofBalt.i:
more. •
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them .... ·ith rrimes apfnst
the state as their trial atarted
before a ftve-man military court
Havana. 17 (AP) .-The at La Cabana military fortre11s.
Cuban government today de- , 'fhe four men wo1·e blue prison
manded 30-yur jail tf>rms for (' ' un1fo_rms they were led'-into
four Americans aC'cused of ell- • ' ' . _. the •mproVJsed courtroom this
pionage. They we•e morning. They had been under
with setting wiretaps in the t 1 1 arrest since SepL 15.
Havana offices of the New'China /1" Earlier tocby, Premier Fidel
News Agency. '- Castro made a nationwide TV at-
The meo are Edmund '1iiT· 11 1 .S {y tack on Manuel Cardinal .Art.e-
..... =: - 4-KA ara Betancourt, ·.Cuba's
-.man_ Catholic churchDU.Jl.
I A""""'""'l l'r-• Wll't'lnto)
Drap Ia Batiata
Castro 'did not the
Cardinal by name in' his three-
hour tirade but said that "when
.the · bloody tyrant 1 (Batista)
needed hia excellency . • • hi1
exrelleney was there in the blood-
atained, couupt palau of the
tyrant.•
Castro's blut against the ail-
Ing 84-year-old Cardinal waa
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made against a batk&"round oj
increasi ng between th
church and the Communiat lean
lnp of Castro's rerime.


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•When the awappeea were nown out ot International,
neither Port Authority police nor Immigration otticia1a at
the tield had any advance notice, and the plane• a 1'11ght
plan was tilled with the tower only llinutes be1'ore ita
takeott•" -
In additbn to headlines York Xewa,•
1'1nal ed1t1on_1asue, April 25, 19t3, page 2, carried tale
.f'ollowing article, date line Washington, April 24 (AP):
"Three Central Intelligence Agents were among tbe
21 American prisoners whom FIDEL swapped 1'or .f'our
ot his 1'ollowers held 1n this country, Congrea810Dal.
eources said today. >
"'l'hey said the Cuban pr1JIIe 111n1ster was aware that
some ot the aen he was turning loose worked tor the cu.
B.tt it was not clear whether he was certain ot their Identities.
•The CIA declined to- c011111ent on the report, u
did other sovernment ottic1als.
•B.tt qual1t1ed intol"'llallta indicated that the secret
agents were three men who 1'1gured 1n a 1960 case 1n llbi.ch
th bans accused them ot espionage. are i
L ARSWELL t   ll X. : BUST ACE 8 01' . ,
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They were accused by Cuba 1n 1960 ot .,,
directed against the Hew China Hews Agency ott1oe.
Cuban government said they had tappe4 wires or the 1181!007.
•secretary Held and Released
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•In connection with the oaae, CUban authorities be1d
tlrie1'ly, tben expelled, a 11. s. embaaa7 emplo7es, Jlre• JIARJ(IlD
A. LENNOX, aecretary to tbe o011berc1al attache. !he <IIF'i•"'--
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WILLIAM c. CRAMER '-TLA. ·  
A'RCUND THE t,r:ORLD.•
CRM'ER   AT THE TIME, ADMINl!;TRATION •BACKING
BLACKMAIL DEAL• TO TREE MEN CAUGHT
IN ABORTIVE BAY OT INVASION.
• TOR CUBAN • CRAMER SAID IN A
Fn£PAR£D

•roR NO, IS THE POLICY
C'F TlH: NEW fJI'ON T I£ R. •
CRAMLR SAin HE THAT 21 WERE IN
CUEAN •tAPCELY ON BOGUS

AND ARE IN Ill
AND ARE UNDERftD, WE MEAR liTTLE
C'F EFF uRTS TO CET THEf"' OuT Of ••• •
HE SAJn WERf fOUR IN RED CHINA, ONE IN RUSSIA
fOUR J'OR IN NO?TH KOREA •
. •OUR AT11DTUDE ABCUT 'OTTJNC IN CUBA•s
TO THAT CAN BE DONE J'OR THEM SHORT OT
TC fRtE CUBA fROM   • CRAMEl' SAID,
• 8UT CUR ATTITUtE ABOUT THAf VE GIVE INTO
AND IDEMNITY AND PROVIfiE WITH
tolLARS
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1'-ADE Off FOR MuR! MATERIAL TO BE Us.•
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OF nn: 21 MoT. RIC IN CUP. AN JAJ t BUT SAl D J4E OBTAINED THE N
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THE 21 American citizens now known lo nearly tOO Americans wen·· held·' captive by Communist-·
be he-ld as political prisoners by the OJJna after the Korean 1 ettocta were __ made
Communist Castro government in Cuba pr&- to aecure relNM.·- .· ·' • ' -. ........,..#_,,.
ae-nt cases far different from the 15 cold-war - ' ; .... r<·
captives Imprisoned behind the Iron CUrtain. · Without romplete ldentlftcat .tNa lo_.th.>liat
· "" of Americana now lm.prlJ9ned in_ Cuba! -t-.. '-.."irf i' _,,.
Some ot those held In Cuba are adven· · · · · · -· ,_.,. ...,.
turers, gun runners, me-rcenaries. ThE")" • Sentenced to 30 sonment and now· Mid. orf
were captured tn guerilla-type rebel opera·'· Isle of charget ot nc counter rev. tiona'ris::
tiona a&alnst the Castro forces. ., JaJl},iiC ne, . c Ralael'
, . to, Alford   Donald J lllcbael
·" Others were American citizens dolnr l"Cit· ,_ t.eonat.!- -· OII!'LJr,
imatto businf"SS In Cuba who we-re picked up · f
by Castro policto on suspicion and held lor Sentenced to from 10 to 25 yearw' lmprbonmen: con•
investigation. Several hundred Americans held tor varylfll nation: .LesU ;'i._
periods on various charges have been released. But at Jeut - Danle · eU, _
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•ix have been executed. • v __   • .. ··     ·:;;. .. J
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Regardless ot clrcumstanc'@S In capture or arrest, Robert Joh- ...,.....enUle_,._Ju p.- -
tlnuous ellort. have been made to aecure the rele..., of any bton. John '""'
ali Amencans held by the Castro rovernment. Neg \- - -··· "' <ii!;! .;.• ' ,l
have bE-en carried on thru the SwiM eovemment. Awaltlnr 8entenCf' fftj!ll" convlcjien ol erim'"ea . "'nst tM_.
·· It. embassy In Havana represent. U. S. Interest. wltllo CUban natjoj):
relations with the communlat aovemment are   . __ • 7
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Some of the caseo are 10 touchy that the Swlso have Sept. 23. The victim wu born
a.•ked the U. S. Slate Department to withhold aU r.:blldty · In San Dlqo, oon .of an Am · .
that Up!IW"t dealings with Cuban officials. n oUler mother.·: :; · c.;.• . ; t_-- t.
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cases, familie-s ot the Imprisoned mPn have asked that there ..1 • ', t ! · 'I · _.: · • • • · · • /
... ..:.be no publicity ao as to avoid embarraument of relatives. of Americans by Cu.bttn&.lncl. ude1 .,-..
' Ang: cNalr of Coral Gables I.la., and
- In !he lleftt ot these d=mstances, SIAl<! Departm.,t Yal<llfl&; - . who taced!-ilrtnc '"'
has adopted a policy ot withholding detailed infonnation ..;.,t_:,__ n.'- '-- C..t.' I'' '- -._. · ..-:- ' .. -:'* ·• .
on any ot the cases--Including even their home   ,  
altho In some in.-.:tanCf'S this Information has bef.n publl9h.ed   an ">-Marine, and Ar:'thon _ ot : ...
locally at the time of arrest, .entenclnc or imprisonment ·. were executed in Ocf:Obe.r, , a er they-w-ere aap-! :
, , tul)!d Mth 13 Cubana. maklog: an Invasion• · ·
11us lolloWI. a pohcy set by the State Wll!il · b1rthe ..':r 1'" _ 0 -j
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Donovan, who arranged for1
the return of tho Cuban
vuion prisonen. Premier
Fidel Castro bas promised to
discuss early of the
Americans too. - ·
Washington informants said
the U. S. Government is also:
pressing for relf"Ue of Ameri- ·
cans through the Swiss Em-
. bassy in Havana. The Swtss
represent U. S. interests in
the absence' of diplomatic rea
. lations between
and Havana. ·
· The imprisoned Americans,
who were not in the Bay of
Pigs invasion force, have been
beld on a variety of charges, ·
both political and criminal.
State Department press of·
fleer Lincoln White aaid Don-
ovan 11 "acting u a ·bum ani·
tarian· to get people out or•
jail," but Is not 1 U. S. Gov·!
·representative. ·· ·1
The Government took a
similar atand on Donovan'•'
activities in connection with I
the release of Cuban Jnvulon
prisoners. The Kennedy, Ad··
ministration 1upported the.
prisoner release effort back·
atage, •· but It bas abunned
direct dealings with · Castro.
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ces said they did not know
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reported that John Martino I
Castro prisoner, n w
v,il>i! In Miami Beach, bad
c pilPd his own lilt of Amer·
\c ns held by Castro, giving
th following home towns lor
l p nen without '
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MIAMI, FIR., April 22 <APl
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W! them to Cuban
prisons on countcr·revoJutlon-
NY charge!>, were freed today
by Prime Minister Fidel Cas-
teo. They flew t.o Ylorlda tn
a Red Cross-chart.crcd ne.
Not all Am('ri s known
t.o be hJ;Id 1:• r ' , <·flle back.
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/ 1 one or tht rn eirv.-cted to
return, broke into ll'ars when
last man left the plane at
Air Force Base
of here. br.t. )d.:!
"I a · letter from Mr.
Ponovan m:--· husband
Waa certBtn to be on the llst,"
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Mr. Del Ptno, a Cuban na
obut a naturalized Unik
cit-izen. wu shot dow
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light plane hear Hnana In
1960. The CUbRn govern-
chdrged that he was try-
to fly Cubans ..
the island.
Dono\·an Rrturns
.lame! B. Donovan, New York
ttomey who negoUo.ted with
rcmier Castro for rrleasc of tha
crtcans, returned with theml
't''hat he said would
be hi! last mercy mission to the
, Communist.·domtnated l61and
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' Mr. Donovan uld Mr. D I
P1no had not bccu relcMed.
l said t.hrre other America
I e)ect,('d to flY to South Amrrl
·rather than rt'turn to the Unt
. Statu, but. he dr-clined to Jdcn-
1 tiry them. And he expreMCd
hope for the earlY release of
Cuban-born American cttttcm
st.ill held. ·
•t dlsciiM<'d th!B with cai:tro
and.am hoPt"fUI that
. aoon w111 be straightened out."
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Wr. Donovan 11atd. "In addition,
. &eve. ral hundred Cuban polilical
priaonera may be frP£'d before
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Mr.. Del Plno held in :ner
IIT1llh a 2-year·o1d daughter,
Mele, who has never her
fa.thcr. Bhe last saw her hw-
banrt July 25, 1959, while she
v.·u stlll In Cuba. The couple
also baa a 12·year·old aon,
Rafael, Jr.
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30, of-Staten lBland, N.Y., wasjmumps and an ear
taken off and rushed by whlle in prison but. was told no
bulance to a hospitaL Most of drug5- were ava.!Jable.
appeared to be in good/ John 3!. or
, dit1on, however. Clevelnnd, 1Ut!d he received
! nother who waltrd In \'Ain/Poor food and harsh treatment
w s Leopold FuentE>!'!, 63, who In l,!;]E' rtf PinP,.. '111err wrrP
· CUba 18 months ago and· t-.-.·o hunr.cr hr nola teL'.
!reached     boat. I and thC' lrt<.t. one ',.ndrd Jn
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He had see><'tne· name ol • P<'OPI' being shot." I
son, 24. Jn 1 "Peoplp weN' hit on the head
a morning newspaper and u·as and Mme were !tabbed with
By
Cast
.'"very happy'" in the belief that'bayonet.<." he said.
ro I he would be released from _a I Trcatmf'nt change-d consid-
MIAMI, Fla. April 22 CAP>. l , 30-year prison terrrk· IU'i kllf ,
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-Pollowing 1a a list of the · 1 "But they say he's not e6tnmr 1 c{'mbfr •·hen Mr. Donova.n be-!
men who arrived at Homestead !DO\\'," t.he father Mid. f'adly. 1 Ran his Mr. Oen-r
Air Foret- Base today after '1 Enso BighinattJ, Red Cros..c: tnP
libera..tion from Cuban pris-:
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re.preM'ntatiYe •·h_o "''ent to! All the prisoncr5 lookrd pal£',
on«: Cuba and returnE'd on today's and thln_ Mo!;t or them "·orr'
Miam-I.

said he d1d not kno•·l Cuban-slrle v.·hlte shirt..,, slackl'i
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4. Vidal . or&les, Miami Umted States Army colonrl food-part of the $53 million
lknC'h. convicted of att.emptlnr to In foods and mediCirt('J; that '
5. EUstace form an anti·Castro army in i Mr. tradP() Premi('r j
BRitimore. / the of Pinar Del Rio I Ca.stro for the 1.113 Bay of
tt Daniel Vcarswell, East ince, said he had been in prison! prisoners. The plane -.·as
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N. Y. SIX days short. of few· years I charter£>d from Pan American
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'· Richard Allen Pecoraro, wht'n he wu freed. Ain\'&YS. i
}Fiflnd. N. . II .. 1 feel very good," said the M 0 s t of the r
8. Donald , lean, blond adventurer ... 1 have were senten("rd on chargrs of .
nlll, N. C. _,.; . been waltin& for thiJ a long counter-revolutlon&ry acUvity.,
9. Alfred Eugene"""' Gibao I time." I Sevente-en of them are kno-.·n
Mnunt t •. !Mr. Young said he was to have been held tn a spedal ·
10. Lalt\a.r"'!>ezaldo,..Mlamt. . ntenccd to death but tnelcompound """the Isle of Pines.
11. Leslie Rob-
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bmsdale. Min11, _.,.- , . an. ; that wJth the cargo deU\'ered In
j, Donald J Greene of Gas-, todR}"5 fllrht and by the
. Miami. tonia. N. C.. declared that· freighter Arncriran Sur\'f'Yor
13. Austin OWlg, MJ.J,mt. . "word:o; can't express my ferlings •now unloading ln H&\ ana har-
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15, Leonard t l had dropped from 240 to 165 Ca!'itro.
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Urwlile · • Frank- Mr. Greene also v:as 5CD· further pledges of drug!'i mPdi !
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ADC PlUSOt-'EilS HOMESTEAD CUPI-6e>
THE FIRST OF;- Tl't PLANE RICIURD ALLE!I: .3C, 'I:JIO
REPORTED TC BE A I'OSPITAL CASE. THE REST or TI'E
 
THE UNrER THEIR O;'N

OAS£llVERS SAID THEY LCOI<'ECJ
C TJIA"l 0TI'Eil RETURNH\'G PRISONERS PI PREVIOUS \'[[1(5, •
DONOVAN THE LAST CH THE i'OUR-ENGJNE AIPLINER
l'JCH EARLIER TODAY FLE\' ANOT!-IER 15
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400 POUNDS o;o I"EDICAL AND /oo
SUPPLIES PAID CASTRO FOR RELEASE OF THE BAY OF PIGS CUOAN
lfol\IASICN PRISONERS LAST   EVE.
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TVENTY-ONE o• THr Ai"TRICANS HH HERE SIX MCRE t.'E:NT
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AMERJCAN CITIZENs,
- DONOVAN SAID THREE AriP.ICANS AND THREE AriRICANS OF
.,....,..BIRTH CHOSE TO CO TO SOUTH Ai"'.ERICA liHEN TI!EY t,,:ERE RELEASE:!: INSTEAD
OF CO"'INC !lERE,
Til IS 1i AS NOT If'WEDI ATEL Y EXPLAINED, AND THESE rr N I<'E'lE r.'OT
J DENTif"IED HEllE.
ONE cr THE :<1 \'HC ARRIVED AT TillS AIR BASE SOIJTP or A
PATIENT, IrENTifiED AS REICHRD ALLEN 30. HE liAS TIIKE"'
OH THE PLANE rJRST, AND THE OTP.:i:RS o'ALKEt OF THf rLA'1E  
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BASE SOUTH O> riAr.I; Pl.: HAD BEEN JAIL ONLY SJ1 DAYS SRORT or
FOUR YHRSf AND WAS CONDEMN!:!:' TO DIE FOR "ACTS
THE STATE N CUPft, SE"-'IT"'CED LATER CCf"I'UEC TC 30 Y!: ARS,
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YCUNC SAID J-!E !lAD BEEN IN SEVEttAL PRISONS IN Cll!lP, JNCLUDJII!C
E or PINES rAXJrur SECURITY PRISON,
•r•r VEI!Y GLA!' TO 'lE EPCK," YOUNG SAID.
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HE HAIJ A PETITION TO riDEL CASTRO ON BEH.AF OF' !'EVEPPL
JIUNDRED CUBAN POLTTICAL PRISOt-.lf:RS.
•JT IS MY HOPE THAT AS POLl TICAL   CHA"lGE IN THE
ISLAND,_ 1llERE \'ILL PE Al"l'\ESTJES GRANTED TO TI'ESE PPJ<:C"'fRS ,•
SAID PI-IIOR TO DEPAnURE t>CP. NH YOP'<. •
DONCVAN Dlf! NOT ELABORATE ON WI'AT "CH.At-:Gts• fiE H:
THE PETJTJTION HF HAI: GIVEN TC TPE CUBM! PRE':IEP.
RELATIVES OF VARIOUS OTHER POLITICAL PRISONERS STILL !?EING HFLD
BY CASTRO APPROACIIED DONOVAN TO ASK IF THERE It: AS ANY HOPE.
•r 'M TRYING.kl   THERE APE 80,000 POLITICAL PlliSCNETlS
REPLIED.
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··\TlfAT :575 U,!". CITIZENS AND I:EPENDENTS AND :575 \<ERE EYFECTtf1
TO BE   TilE VESSEL •ArE!llCAN SURVEYOR• ;IPEN IT LH\TS H.tVANA 1
\'ITHJN TilE NEJCT rn NYS fC!l THE UNITtD STATtS. .-,
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WO'JLI' CC'l'T PERF ON THE: VISSEL
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SAC, BALT-IMORE (105-6932)
SAC, BOSTON (105-)
SAC, CHARLOTTE (105-)
SAC, CHICAGO {105-}
SAC, CLEVELAND (105-)
SAC, MINNEAPOLIS (105-)
SAC, MOBILE {105-J
SAC, NEW YORK (105-59917)
SAC, MIAMI (105-7037) (P)
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SUBJECT: REPATRIATION OF AMERICAN
HAVANA, CUBA, January 3, 1963,
IS - CUBA
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The 4/22/63 issued of "The Miami News" contained
an article entitled "Freed From cuba 21 Yanks Fly Home".
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In this article it is stated that 21 Americans freed from
Cuban prisons were flown today to Homestead Air Force
Base. The article stated further that "six other prisoners
who were freed elected not to return to America", said
JAMES DONOVAN, a New York lawyer who negotiated for their
release. "They flew to South American cities instead", he
eaid. Three of the six were American born. The others
were Cuban born American citizens.
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The 4/23/63 issue of "The Miami Herald" contained
an article entitled "21 Yanks Fly Home, Fidel Holds Others".
In this article Attorney JAMES B. DONOVAN said that the
Americans were released "as an act of clemency on the part
of the Cuban Government". There was no "transaction"
involved between ~ n m P n ~
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ng Americans, three others declined to return to
the United States and were flown to a Latin American country.
DONOVAN refused to reveal their names or destination.
In another article contained in the 4/23/63
issue of''rhe Miami Herald" entitled "U.S. Swaps 'Hook',
Three Others" it is stated that three Cubans and one
Cuban-American were freed from United States prisons
Monday in what amounted to a trade for FIDEL CASTRO's
release of American prisoners in Cuba. These four were
identified as FRANCISCO (The Hook) MOLINA, ROBERTO SANTIES-
TEBAN CASANOVA, ANTONIO SUEIRO and JOSE GARCIA ORELLANA.
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the Castro Reg1Jae.
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DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Washlncton, D C. 20!;20
FOI Case No. 8001425
Mr. A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleeker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
January 22, 1981
I refer to your undated letter addressed to the Federal Bureau
of Investigation requesting the release of certain documents
under the Freedom of Information Act (Title 5 USC Section 552).
One such document was referred to the Department of State with
the request that we furnish you with a direct reply inasmuch
as this document originated with this agency.
We have determined that this document can be released and have
enclosed it herein.
Enclosure:
One document
cc: Department of Justice
FBI - FOI/PA 61 , 628
Sincerely,
the Deputy Assistant Secretary
lassification/Declassification
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Mandatory Review
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suBJECT: of Four United Sta:te·s Cuban ' t&ry· TriUQJJIIK'\
· . · · on Charge of Eaplonage. : - · .. · ." . . :-·.· - · . · .. . ·· - F13IJ.-/
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... -- ., _ _!>!Ullt , a.nd all . United
c1tlzens, were tneCl_ ore a Military Tr1buna.l at La Fortr .. ,,
-·. · The a.ga.iD•\ theae Americans·..,.. "Detito Contra loa Poderea •ei · ;:
·. ·. -. ·· Estado'' {Crime ·apin•t· the pOwert ol tbe' Stai.) • . -'This cbarge ·coi'er• t ¥:;·_;:.·
· variety of crimea, ontt'.of whieh t.. • C9Jlta.ined in Article us· · :--;- ·
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It will be rec:alled that :ale lour u ·ntted State• Citizena were presumably.: r
discovered September_ 14 ta.pe recordi.D1s Df the C?hinefe Com- :
munist news agency in a Ha.h2lna offi ee building. . · . . _ .... ·.- :.:
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·. The trial held in a school loca."ted.on ·the _aecorid floor. "'
the Je!atura {Office of the GuaTd) building. at La Cabaf\a. Fortreaa. Little ·
: · ·. ·: publi terest was· shown. _ Approximately 15 apecta.tora, all member• . · -:· ·
·-: :c,f th uba.n A:rmy. were present .inside the with about 15 watching_ .a
the windows and door. -Two Gu.ban newspaper• were rt!presented(/
aa one member of the A•eoc)a.t.d Preas. . · · · - · . . . .
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At l:Z5 p.m. the P.rosecutor presented his summary of the case. The
sununary was of the type heard frequently over local radio and TV stations, e. g.,
that this was another form of United States aggression against Cuba, etc. He
did not mention facts or laws in his sum:inary 'but rather channeled his ranting
. a long )>Olitical lines. He ended by stating that an example should be made of the
- . ·four men, ·.and he felt that 30 years' imprisonment was generous indeed, as they
should be shot.. · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
At 1:45 p.m. Dr; Fernando Colornar, defense attorney, presented his
summa·ry and plea to the Trib=al. He quoted numerous Cuban laws, both civil
_.,'S:. and revolutionary, and also quoted from international law books •. Jn summary,··
his defense was: . \'
The crime, if one was committed, was against a ·private foreign organization,
a Chinese news agency. Therefore, this had nothing to_do with the Cuban
Government or people and could not be called "espionage.
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Also, at the time
the men were arrested, Cuba had not yet established diplomatic relations with
Red China. At most, Dr. Colomar pointed out, the men were guilty of
obtaining employment while in .Cuba as tourists and should be deported from the
country as called for by law, Also, Dr. Colomar quoted from Prime Minister
Fidel Castro's speech made in his own defense in 1953 in which Castro said.,
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A crime must fit the law exactly. If it does not fit exactly, then there ·has been
DO crime," Dr. Colomar also pointed out the meaning of diplomatic immun;ty .
as agreed in the Pan American Conference held in Habana in 19ZB. He said
· Neet, who was neiL'>era Consular Officer, or a diplomatic officer, bad been
expelled from Cuba by the Cuban Government. He read portions of & letter
. written by the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Relations to the Tribunal whicb stated
that Mr. Neet Was not entitled to diplomatic immunity. Nevertheless, the
latter continued, the Cuban Government expelled Mr. Neet from Cuba. This,
Dr. Colomar pointed out, was an error znade by .the Cuban Government. Neet,.
he said, was the guilty party and should be facing trial. Yet, ·be said, the CUban
Government expelled the guilty pers'":1 !rom Cuba and left four innocent tools,
men Who were en;1ployed by Neet, men Who were_ paid by Neet and men whose·.··
·transportation was paid for by Neet, to stay and face trial for a .crhne they did
'not commit. Dr. Colomar based his argument on law and asked the Tribunal to
base their decision on the same. At the same time, he informed the Tribunal ·
that he reserved the right under Article 100 of the Cuban Revolutionary . /
' Law, to present an appeal if the sentence was anything other than deportatio'::_j
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I . the summary along the same lines for an additional 2.0 minutes. His appeal I
was in behalf of Mr. Nordio •.
. · At 3:00.p. m. the President of the Tribunal announced the termination of the
trial,_ saying a cl.ecision would be rendered at a later date.
It is felt that Dr. Coloznar
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to the members of the Tribunal and for this reason, they deferred an immediate
decision, .
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-· On Monday, December I9, the. Tribunal still had not announced their verdict.
Dr. Coloznar is hopeful that the ·men will be deported. If not, he is prepared
'to pr_esent an appeai and to to fight the cas_e as long as it is nece11sary. ·
The reporting officer on December 19, also visited the four men at La Cabaiia.
· Fortress Prison. They were in very good spirits but apprehensive over the
verdict still to. be reached.
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APPROVED FOR RnEASE 1993
etA HISTORICAL PJJiEW i'KOL'WI
1. SOME QUESTIONS HAVE ARISEN HAVING TO DO WITH AGENCY
ACTIVITIES IN CUBA DURING THE TIME YOU WERE IMPRISONED THERE,
AND YOUR RECOLLECTIONS COULD BE HELPFUL. FIRST, DO YOU RECALL
SEEING ANY PHOTOGRAPHS IN CUBAN NEWSPAPERS WHICH SHOWED PICTURES
OF SO-CALLED ASSASSINATION WEAPONS, AND IF SO, DID YOU CONCLUDE
THAT THE WEAPONS WERE CIA EQUIPMENT? IF YOUR ANSWERS ARE POSITIVE,
GIVE ME DETAILS, AND AN .OPINION, AS TO YOUR DEGREE OF CERTAINTY.
SECOND, DID YOU MEET ANY PRISONERS WHO HAD ANY KNOWLEDGE OF AGENCY-
INSPIRED ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS? IF SO, I WOULD LIKE YOU TO DES-
CRIBE WHAT IT WAS YOU LEARNED, AND WHAT CREDIBILITY YOU GAVE TO
THE STORIES YOU GOT .
2. IN ANSWERING THESE QUESTIONS, TRY AS HARD AS YOU CAN TO
USE ONLY INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO YOU DURING THE TIME YOU WERE IN
JAIL, AND DON'T LET YOURSELF BE INFLUENCED BY STORIES WHICH HAVE
APPEARED IN THE PRESS RECENTLY.
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applied to Ua (Sne   before davo, Eflgenlo
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prison \Jill. At this til::.e one of tb"' mlllt.A.ry called the group to
attention and led the-::\ in singing the national anther.!... Almei.rss nust have
gotton h13 "kick" out of beuuse h9 the!l ca.lled ·orr the "sho\t" aM t.old
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before, the ·!nfciniU\tion-.is evaluated as possibly true. In spite of
this bas not altered its p"revious e!Jtimatel_ as Ql.:.t-
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SUBJECT: John Mertz and Robert Bannerman -- Relations with Charles
Siragusa
1. Charles Siragusa, former Bureau of Narcotics official, recently
alleged to Senator Kennedy that he was approached by an Agency employee
in 1960 or 1961 who told Siragusa that CIA needed assistance in estab-
lishing assassination teams. CIA would pay one million dollars for each
hit. Siragusa, who had underworld/mafia connections as a result of his
position, says that he refused to cooperate. He believes the CIA
employee's name was Vincent Thill. Siragusa also stated that other
Agency employees he dealt with were Shef Edwards, Robert Bannerman,
Jim Angleton and John Mertz. Senator Kennedy passed the above
information to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI).Bill
Mi1ler
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SSCI suggested that the Agency investigate the allegation.
2. I called Vincent Thill, former FI/D employee, at his retirement
home in Florida and told him I would like to see him on a matter I.
didn't want to discuss on the phone. He said he was leaving for Europe
on 8 October (three days hence) and could not possibly see me prior to
his trip. He suggested I call him again at the end of the month. I
then called John Mertz and Bob Bannerman, both retired in Florida,
and made appointments to see them on 6 and 7 October respectively
without informing them of the purpose of my visit. Jim Harris, OGC,
accompanied me.
3. Mertz related the following regarding his contacts with
Siragusa. He states that in 1960 or 1961 the Agency had an audio
operation in Havana directed against the Chinese news agency, NCNA.
The three Agency employees involved in the operation were arrested.
Their Agency affiliation was not revealed, but they were tried, con-
victed and sentenced to ten years in prison on the Isle of Pines. The
Agency paid for the Cuban lawyer who defended them. The leader of the
audio team was Dave Crist.
4. The DDP (Helms) charged Mertz with developing a project to free
the prisoners. r1ertz assumed a cover as a lawyer for the prisoner's
relatives. Jim Angleton suggested to Mertz that Siragusa, who  
under Angleton in OSS days, might have unden10rld connections in the US
with connections in Cuba who could be utilized to free the prisoners.
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told him in general terms what was required. Siragusa put Mertz in
contact with several people, e.g., Batista's chauffeur and wife, who
had the desired connections. The project did not succeed in freeing
the Agency employees. They were later freed as part of the agreement
that was negotiated to free the Bay of Pigs prisoners. Mertz con-
siders Siragusa a friend. The above project was well documented and
CI Staff or Security should be able to locate the records. He cannot
remember the project crypt. Mertz says he was never associated with
assassination plotting.
5. Bob Bannerman remembers Siragusa as an Office of Security
(OS) covert contact/informer. He says that when an OS investigation
turned up information related to narcotics, Siragusa might be contacted
to see if he could provide assistance. Bannerman says he is not aware
of any other contacts with Siragusa nor was he involved in assassination
plotting. He says that he now knows that Shef Edwards was involved in
Castro assassination plotting, but he was not aware of it at the time.
He states that Edwards once came to him prior to going on leave and to1d
him that he (Edwards) was involved in a sensitive project which he could
not brief Bannerman on and that Jim O'Connell was also involved. Edwards
said that while on leave, there might be a requirement to transfer some
money to Miami and that if O'Connell requested this transfer, Bannerman
should approve it. The transfer was later effected without Bannerman's
knowledge of its purpose. He is not aware of any other unwitting
association with assassination plotting.
6. Both Mertz and Bannerman were hospitable, friendly and co-
operative.
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CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGR.ItM
1. George phoned me at the Satutday mornL,g to
tel- of the Director's action on the Baker report al'ld to especially
relay the Director
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s interest in clearing up the question of allegations
about surrflptitious entry by J.!artinez and Barker. I asked for a COfJ'J
of the letter to Baker, 1-1hich George said would probably rome to us
1-!onday, not having been finished until about 2000 yesterday evening.
He asked 1-1hat lle know about the surreptitious entries; I replied that
we really did not know much e::nept uhat had been alleged in the court.
2. I rod that Bill Sturbitts had talked to an Agency retiree
about it anJ, when leaving, asked if much else alont this lina went on
in Hi3llli. He was told all the time, being told specifically about one
incident. Chry asked if the Director knew about it; I said I
knm<, but that Bill Uelson had hist,people querying a number of people,
in p3rson and by cable. Car.)l"ias!Ced that:I nptify the Director.
J, I Hent in to see Bill tlelson (who had the duty), He said
that 17
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ut of a total of 20 who might know about it had queried.
!!one kne'../ of involving l·!artinez or Barker,. the relevant ones.
He said we should not run c:round trying to di;; out everythL'lg from th8
wood works to report; I replied that "'e had to knou the facts, and that
in any event it ;Jas difficult for ma to judge llhat this piece of information
had to do llith a legal defense other than addres.: itself to the judJe in
the event of sentencing, I asko•d that '•18 have a copy of his firk'll findi t1f;S
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4. -As I left I asked Barbara Pindar for a cop;' of the letter
to Senator Bnker, and she made one for ne. She called my atten:\lion
to the Director's note on our me:!lo about NcCord
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s Cuban involvement,
emphasizing his statement ,that ue should find out ranidly. I told
her that two Office of people are revieHfung files and looking fc,.r
leads on who rnight remember NcCord
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s activities, and that the Office of
Finance •1as mounting an effort on past
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s j;ravel to Hiami or elsswhere.
travel records that might show
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e said I'd best speak to
the Director.
5. I carried in a copy of the HcCord memo and told th'l!
essentially the same story. He discussed possible results, and t-Ie agreed
that it may well turn out that 1-'..cCord had limited involvement, along the
line that the Office of .;ecurity f els may be the c::tse. He said we
should draft a memo the FBI, as a correction to the 21 June 1972
meno, saying simply that in a recent review of HcCord
1
s files, we had found
in his retirement file a statement to effect that in the 1965-62
period he had agants targett8d ag3inst Cuba, and that we had been
unable to refine the information. Ij; is sensitive so the details cannot
be passed, but it has nothing to do •·lith anythin,:> after that period.
6. He spoke briefly about the search for records relatin:; to
Nartinez and Barker allegations, in the morninG press, 3.lld I told him
;Jhat rlelson hqd told me.
7. John Richards and I oet "itn Seymour Bolt2n a!li Bill Sturbitts
later. George Gary phoned and Biblten and I talk:d to him about the
Hi311li op2rations allegations, ancl lhry agreed that S"nc.tor Symington and
R'epresentative :-Jedzi, schedul· d for Hcek end radio appearances, should
only say that as is the of t
curren court proceedil'_gs
they vo11c't comr.ent.
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MEMORANDUM FOR: SA/00/0
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and Rev1ew Group
Central Cover Staff
House Select Committee on
Assassinations (HCSA} Request
REFERENCES: A. Memo for SA/D0/0 fr OLC (OLC 77-5685/4},
dtd 28 Dec 77, Same Subj
B. Letter for OLC fr Chief Counsel/Director
of HCSA, dtd 22 Dec 77
1. This memorandum is in response to the request
in paragraph 4 of Reference A. CCS files contain
information on five of the 11 individuals identified
in Reference B as follows:
a . .4lias Dan Carswell r
_]-- Approximately documents, virtually
all of which concern the establishment, maintenance
and use of cover for Subject during his Agency
career as a Staff Employee from 1956-70.
b. Louis Posada -- CCS maintains a
file on Subject containing 58 documentsC:
:Jas an Independent Contractor from
1968-75. Information in this file may be released
only in accordance with the provisions of Section
6103 of the [ J In the opinion
of CCS, the time frame of these documents would make
them irrelevant to the investigation being conducted
by the HCSA Staff.
c. Cesario Oiosdado -- Approximately 25 documents
on Subject, a Bureau of Customs
:J Virtually
all of the documents concern arrangem::Js made between
CIA and Customst: The Commissioner
of Customs should be contacted prior to release of
information in this file.
d. David Attlee Phillips -- 125-150 documents,
virtually all of which concern the establishment,
maintenance and use of cover for Subject during his
Agency career as a Staff Employee from  
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e, Lucien Conein -- 100-125 documents,
virtually all of wfiich concern the establishment,
and use of cover for Subject during his
career with the Agency as a military detailee and
Career Agent from 1954-68.
2. CCS files on the individuals listed in paragraphs
la, c, d and e above contain forms, memoranda and personal
data concerning administration of cover exclusively. In
the opinion of CCS, identification of specific documents
that could be of interest to the HCSA cannot be made
until such time as the HSCA Staff narrows the focus of its
inquiry.
3. There is no information in CCS files on the other
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MEMORANDUM FOR: Legislative Counsel
ATTENTION Rodger Gabrielson
SUBJECT Senate Select Committee on Assassinations
Request
REFERENCE HSCA Memo 77-0058/12, Dated 22 December 1977,
(OLC 77-5685)
1. Per your request concerning Item 1 of Reference
the following information is submitted:
Quest ion: C ::J. Reported to have
been in Dallas on November 22, 1963."
A. We have searched for Time and Attendance
records on to determine his duty
status on 22 Nov. 63. We have been informed that
T&A records for all employees for the year 1963 have
been destroyed and therefore we do not know his duty
status on 22 Nov. 1963.
B. We have searched financial records of
•J: :1 to determine if he was in ·"'
status on 22 Nov. 63. We did find that p_, . W
performed travel to Boston, Mass., on 26 NovembeL
and returned to Washington, D.C., on 27 Nov. 1963.
Transmitted to you separately are copies of his Travel
Voucher (Form 22) and Request for Advance of Funds
(Form 281) concerning his travel to and from Boston.
It may be worth noting that ¢j.lll.i' JJ:::t signed the
request for advance of funds on 20 Nov. 63 and his
secretary signed a receipt for the advance of funds
on 21 Nov. 63.
C. We have not conducted a search for any
records, memorandums, letters, buckslips, etc. that
might be in our files and contain initials or a
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signature .::Jsignifying action by him on
22 Nov. 63. a search would require an extensive
effort and may not prove fruitful but we are willing
to make the effort if requested.
D. In addition, we have not attempted to question
or obtain statements from C who may
recall seeing or talking ,;)on 22 Nov. 63.
Once again we are not sure that such action would be
fruitful but we are willing to make the effort if
requested.
2. Unrelated to the above request and informatien is
the conversation that the Senate Staffers had with C-
in which they questioned him concerning a scar he had above
his left ::I' told the Staffers he had the scar
since early childhood. We have verified that C.. .:1
stated on his Personal History Statement dated 24 July 1950
that he had a scar "above left eye".
3. If we can be of further assistance to you or the
Senate Committee, please advise.
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Lydmullia Prussakova;
Garrison Investigati-:m;
1\'illiam Pawley;
Carlos Prio Soccarras;
Daniel L. Carswell;
Bruce N. Carswell
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Intelligence has the responsibility to protectft-om unauthorh:ed disclosure in
accordance with section 102(d)(3) of the National Security Act of 1947, and
section 6 of the Central Intelligence Agency Act of 1949. Accordingly, such
· e · · 1 • if any, at-e denied pursuant to exemption (b) (3) of the
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PHONE (212)
TliPs REGismx
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997-930 Could you please send me a copy along with a bill?
-- I am still waiting for a response regarding the sensitive subject of
' · .. >:.nil:::. L. CARSWELL, the high CIA offical I have determined is identical
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·.•i.th the •third• tramp who was picked-up as a suspect in the Kennedy killinc
, response would be appreciated in order that I may formulate my
: to your denial • .
for your letter of 18 Aug 77 and the attached document. Why
._, ,J ·;-:o the trouble of deleting this document when the Warren Commission .
contain a verbatum transcription with no deletions. By making these '
you are only calling attention to the fact that Oswald identified


:self to Ivan Ibedenov(phonetic), the Soviet Guard who happened to be
. t. the CIA's payroll. It was your deletion of the word •himself• that
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1.! ( .!.. P. ference is made to your 08 Jul 77 re; CIA traces on my book coup .D' Eta·
• · !n America. I would like to obtain a copy of the purchase order for the
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you tell me which document it corresponds to on Disposition
·j .. ;.;. Index? Re; Unidentified man - Bernard Fenster'llald was· shown a photo with·
!. ' · the cropping- could I be extended the same caurtesey? This fact come,
from a document you supplied me with which I would be happy to send you
a xerox upon request. Re; LYDMULLIA PRUSAKOVA - you sent me a
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ED COLLINS and GARRISON material.
·•. :.n to the dispos-ition index- what I find significant is not that
"assassination" is used but that the word "plans• and "activiti(
.sin::::e the killing was supposed to be a reletively spontaneous thing.
for answering my enquieries abou "t.
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•· :' Und:tn" the provisions of FOI/PA I would like to apply for all files, recm
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·\_photos, fingerprints etc. of DANIEL .L CARSl'IELL born 1938 EAST CHESTER, N.
· , 'lmp'l4soned by Fidel Castro for bugging Chicom Emb I Havana Sept. 14, l96C
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  press dispatches following·his release. ,
·1·· Because of CARSl'IELL activities from 1963-1968 this man is destined for
a place in history. I am of the opinion CARSl'IELL was present in Dealy
Plaza in 1963 and in Memphis in 1968. This is based on comparison between
! / photos of Carswell and the so-called "Third Tramp• who resembles Oswald
I ' to some degree and also fits the sketch of Martin Luther King's assassin
I drawn in Mexico by Police artist Sergio Jubert.
1 So =ar I have received very littlli! in the way of documents I requested an
i l-=<ve just gotten documents CIA was ready to release. Since these document
were extremely interesting I have cot sued CIA which he
been denied me. This will not be the case with the·CARS!iE!.L file •. I plan
t.o exhaust every legal means of obtaining this file - including-a
suit, Yippie demonstrations. to free this information etc. as
concerned this is the •smoking gun• which links CIA
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Norbert A. Shepanck
Robert A. Bartcaux
Chief, Information Processing Grour
House Sclcot on Assassinativns
(HSCA) Rc quest (\.:)
A. House Select Cc;:;:-aittec 0:1 Assassi:;atioz;s'
Letter dated 19 January 197&
B. SA/D0/0 Letter dated 31 January 197!>
1. (S) An intensive search of the files and indices
of this ;Jirectorate has surfaced CIA infornation concerr;inr.
James Earl Ray covering the period 1967 throuch 1968, 1.'ldch
was forwarded to you on 4 January 1978 in rcS?onsc to
OLC 77·4958 dated 11 ?lovenl;cr 1977; ho,<evcr, bis se:1rch
revealed no indication of any information Ray
for the year 1966.
2. (U) Jaccs Earl Ray was the Suhjc:Ct of JGC requests
76-5403 dated 14 October 1976" and 76-6616 dated 23 1:;76,
OLC request 77-·4958 d:1tcd 11 ::ovc:•ber 1977, :i.nd FOL\ rec;ucst
76-332 dated 27 July 1976.
3. (S) Attached arc copies of ncn il•for::t:Jtion  
to F. Lee Crisman which refers to activities Juring
1968 and n desk card CI Staff relating to Larry Crafard.
i"his card refers to an article in the 21 .'\ur;ust 1966
eclition of Rude Pravo (tho official Czechoslovak CoE\::lunist
Party   c;-.tlt1ed ·"Johns·ou and J:cnnedy's  
of 13 1-H tnesscs hhO Too :luch," iu l-:hich Cr;;fard Is
nn.nc appears. T!•e attl!Chl'd copies are bt>st rcprod<lCtio:.s
availnble. ·
4. (5) In addition, this search revca led no
indication of any inforo:Jation pertaining to. the other
individuals listcJ in your request for the period ,
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S. D. Breckinridge
Deputy Inspector General
SUBJECT HSCA Interests in a Mr. Carswell
1. Pat Carpentier of OLC phoned me today to say that Mr.
Blakey had stated that he J. formation" to the effect
that an Agency employee named ad in some way been
identified \'lith a man of as · ilar name who was in Dallas on
the day of President Kennedy's assa ss ination. In a later con-
versation with Lyle Miller it seemed that one of the vagrants
picked up by the Dallas police, and publicized l ater, may have
been the one. We did a quick check of .nd In-
vestigation file indexes and found the na _
was the alias of one of the three TSD emp es in
Havana in September 1960 in connection wi th audio operations
there. They were released in April 1963.
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2. The reason that OIG has files on this matter was be-
cause of allegations in connection with Watergate that James
McCord had been involved in Cuban operations . The inquiry
into that al l egation led to this particul ar event.
3. The of the man with the alias o( )
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\Jn connection with Oal t s . However , the three TSD
men arrested in Havana , had some recol -
lections in 1975 about IA equipment that rna have had a re-
lationship to assassination attempts on Fidel Castro.
4. While our files suggest no tie between th/ )
alias and someone by that name in Dallas the fact that there
is some reference to a possibility of Castro assassination

ma )be pertinent to the present inquiry, although
ecollections appear to have been in error.
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SA/000 and Office of Security, because of their respective
equities in some of the information. My personal impression
is that this has nothing to do with anything, but it is for-
warded for their review and such future research as may seem
appropriate.
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l. Forwarded herewith is a blind memorandum summari zing t he
results of our inquiry to date on the allegations by Charl es
Siragusa. As you will see we have been able to int erview t hree
persons whose names Mr. Siragusa had. We were not able t o inter -
vi e\1/ the Mr. Thill, \•Jho declined to meet an Agency repre-
sentative at the time we tried to interview him. We will contact
him on his return from Europe.
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of the or use it as a talking paper. It is requested that
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SUBJECT: Allegation by Regarding CIA Assassination
Plotting
1. Hr. Charles a former Bureau of Narcotics employee>
recently informed Edwqrd Kennedy he \'las approached by a
CIA employee in 1960 or 1961, who he recall$ was Mr. Vincent Thill,
\'Jho sought Nr. Siragusa • s assistance· to recruit unden-Jorl d figures
for assassination purposes. Mr. Thill is to have stated
that one million dollars would be paid for q successful
Mr. Siragusa also stated that in addition to Nr. Thill, he had contact
with the following former CIA employees: Sheffield Edwards, James
Angleton, John Mertz and Robert Bannerman. As related to CIA, the
context of their relationship \'lith Mr. Siragusa not given. The
Senate Select Corranittee on Intelligence (SSCI) was informed of Nr.
Siragusa's allegation. Mr. \ofilliam Niller, SSCI, suggested to
· Commander Bernard McMahon, Executive Assistant to the DCI, and
John Waller, Inspector General (IG), that CIA investigate the alle-
gation . The Agency has initiated an investigation; ·follO\'-Iing are
the results to date. ·
2. Thill was telephoned at his retirement holl)e in Florida
on 5 October and an appointment was requested to intervie\'1 him. Mr.
Thill stated that he was leaving on a European trip in three days
and he could not meet with an Agency representative prior to his
departure. He suggested that he be recontacted at the end of October
following his return.
3. John Mertz was intervie\'led at his retirement home in
Florida on 6 October. Mr. Mertz related the following regarding his
contacts with Nr. Siragusa. In 1960 or 1961, three CIA employees
were arrested in Havana, Cuba, while engaged in an intelligence audio
operation directed at a third country. They \'/ere tried, convicted
and sentenced to ten years in prison. Their CIA affiliation was not
revealed. Hr. Mertz was tasked v1ith devising a means to free the
prisoners and r eturn them to the United States. Angleton \·tas
Siragusa's OSS supervisor in Italy during World War II, and suggested
to Mertz that he contact Siragusa. It was thought that Siragusa,
because of his narcotics assignment, might have unden"£o rld contacts
in the U.S. with contacts in Cuba who could be free the
prisoners. Sigagusa \'las informed, in general terms, of·· \·Jhat \·las
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The project was not successful; the CIA personnel were l ater freed as
part of the agreement that was negotiated to free the Bay of Pigs
prisoners. Mr. Mertz feels that Mr. Siragusa was cooperat ive and help-
ful; they developed a friendly relationship. st at es he \'las
never associated with assassination plotting nor did he deal with Mr.
Siragusa on any matters other than those discussed above.
4. Mr. Bannerman was interviewed in Florida on 7 October r egard-
ing his relationship with Mr. Siragusa. Hr . Bannerman was Deput y
Director, Office of Security (OS) during the early 1960's and later
Director, OS. Mr. Bannerman remembers Mr . Siragusa as an OS contact
on narcotic matters, i.e. , when OS, in fulfilling its investigative
function, encountered a narcotics problem that office on occasion
seek Mr. Siragusa's assistance. He is not aware of any ot her Agency
contacts with t
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when the office director, Sheffield Edwards (deceased), and another
OS employee were involved in plotting the assassination of Castro, but
he states he was not informed of that activity at the time. His st ate-
ment is consistent with earlier information that the Agency has on the
matter. ·
5. Mr. Angleton was interviewed on 13 October. As stated above,
he knows Mr. Siragusa from World War II days . Following t he war, during
the 1950's, Mr. Siragusa was assigned to Rome as the U.S. Representative
on narcotic matters for Western Europe. Mr. Angleton had several official
contacts wi t h Mr . Siragusa during that period, but none since. Mr.
Angleton states that he was never associated with assassination plot ti ng.
6. From late 1960 until mid- 1951, and again in early 1962, an OS
employee was in contact \'lith unden..,orld figures r egardi ng assassi nation
plotting against Castro. These contacts were arranged by l·lr . Robert
Maheu, a private investigator. The OS employee {retired) \•Jas not
mentioned by Siragusa as an Agency contact, but it v1as thought
that he might have information regarding other attempts t o contact the
underworld for assassination purposes.· He was intervi e\'led on 12 October.
He has heard of Mr. Siragusa, but he has never met him or t al ked to him.
He knew Vincent Thill, but he did not know the nature of Thi ll' s Agency
assignment. He states he was involved only in the t·1aheu unden10r ld
contacts and he was not a\'lare that any ot hers were trying t o establish
similar contacts.
7. In sum, t hose intervi ewed who knew Mr. Si ragusa deal t with him
on matter s unrel ated to assassinati on pl otting. None of t hem wer e aware
of any contacts between Mr . Thill and Mr. Siragusa. With the exception
of the former OS employee, they all stated that they_. \·.' ere not involved
in assassi nation matter s. A sear ch of Agency records has surfaced no
informat i on per tai ning t o Mr. Siragusa 's all egation.
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A CIA record indicates that tk. Thill received security approval to
contact Mr. Siragusa in August 1962. No record has been found of the
purpose of the contact, nor whether it did, in fact, occur .
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in York City,   vas assigned. to the OSS from
17 Harch 1944 to ucce::2her 1945. One Charles Siragusa,
probably the saac person, \(as an agent of the U.S.
};arcotics Bureau attached to the U.S. in Roce,
Italy, during the early 1940's. In his capacity
narcotics agent, he cooperated .,_,.i th this AgcnC)· in the
cichangc of inforcation.
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SUBJECT: IdentificatJon of Weapons and Equipment Allegedly
Furnished by CIA For Use Against the Life of
Fidel Castro.
1, On 6 August 1975 the undersigned examined tha photo-
graphs in the book sent to Senator George McGovern by Fidel
Castro. The following specific items could be identified as
Agency peculiar and under OTS (then TSD) up until
1966:
a. One open Delay Kit demolitions firing device
with delay body and acetone ampules visible.
b. Three additional AC Delay Kit closed and
contents unknown.
c. One 24 Hour Clock Delay demolitions davice.
d. T\fO 24 Hour Clock containers with covers in place
and contents unknown,
e. Two Magnetic Clam explosive containers
f. Eight M-1 Time Pencil chemical delay demolition
firing devices.
g. One 9 mm Welrod silenced single shot hand gun
of British Origin.
  identifiable silenced weapons sl1own_ are not now,
nor have they ever been, items of OTS cognizance the under-
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SUBJECT: Activities
1. After being released from the Isle of Pines, Cuba, in the
summer of 1963, several debriefing sessions were held \Jith members
of CI Staff and Office of Security after my official return duty.
Of several ops, tt-70 were the subject of discussion, since they
involved effo:-ts to obtain our release from the Isle of Pines by
escape, bribes, or \.lhatever . One effort uas by a prominent la'''Yer in
CC.icabo supposedly ·had some influential contacts both ir. the US
and Hexico . The CI collective Clpinjon at the tirr.e was that "this guy
took us for a ride."
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2. The second effort mentione<l in th{ reports was
the tcaval to Miami by the CI case John (retired),
with 3 suitcas'! full of large bi..lls to impress the local "Hoods."
Specific det<lils are difficult to rec<tll, but in essence it
that "''ith the right. contacts and money, anything was possible
in Cuba <1t that time (1960-1961). r"Lom the rep0rts the "Hoods"
imt>rcssed with the amount of money, hut notl:ing mvre ever
In any case, during our imprisocment ln Cuba nothin& to indi-
cate znything was going on.
3. During all the conversation and forth, "Hafia" me1y have
been but after ten years it is riifficult(o any
accuracy if this wac the case . Only review of th /iles
could confirm or deny this.
4. The timing of these various oparati0ns on our behalf would seem
to coincide ,,•ith th(: recent publicity about Nt: . am! his efforts
vith the Hafia. For that reason and to   any misconception
about our mission in Cuba t.:as l / have related the
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1. In response to reference routing sheet request for
information on the possible involvement of James McCord in the
rescue for the three TSD officers who were jailed as
a result _ 'Fompromise, East
Asia Divisidn has completed its investigation with the following
results.
a. The nal of the operation againsJ )
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planned but never executed. '--
b. The files of both operations have been recalled
from archives and searched. They contain no reference
to McCord.
c. contained Attachment B which
indicates a further file of   non - CS record
material" pertaining to( fxists but is not
accessible to EA Divisibn.
d. All available personnel who were associated with
EA/CO at the time of the operation have been consulted
with negative results.
e. Mr { . }ame frequently in
thef --lile as a lvH officer; thus as a current
of Asia Division, he was consulted with
results. He said he has no memory of McCord
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found in t ile which relat es to the
provision o black air ransport for the three TDS
detainees in the event of their release. It contains
no reference to McCord and is attached for your
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1. Recently . •eported some events to me
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which may have re ance to plots Fidel
Castro. The events relate to the ti as in a Cuban
jail frpm September 1960 to April 196 and af!er his re-
lease. I )"ere arrested
twhen caught attempting ttmake an audio installation. .
f .es1gned some years ago, bu 1re st1ll
\OTS emp oyees.
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in 1 i ! : i: · i'¥entified a pictured in a Cuban news-
paper   as having been confiscated from would-be
assassins as TSD equipment. The second part of his story is that
afi:: his release and return to duty, members of the CI Staff showed
hi {iles tending to prove that the CI Staff had tried to
ne iate wi h iq the underworld in an attempt to buy
his release. I aske /II!·.:· tlfo write these matters up, which he
did in the two memos ttached.
3. I conducted a limited investigation of(he
we;ron story, in that I some t lho is
no .'reply does ot corrol>orate the
ess tial po1nt o1 /tory. My l:stions ar$ )
response are Also, checked wi . _ . JNho has a
long background in the particular branch o TS which would have been
involved in the preparation of an assassination weapon. He was fa-
miliar with the weapon, but could not recollect ever obtaining one
for use in Cuba, nor could anyone else in the branch. Just about
the same time we obtained copies of the nhotographs given by Fidel
Castro to Senator ostensibly to illustrate all )e ways in
which the CIA had attempted to get Castro killed. I ecked the
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.22 cal pis!fl. His merna. is also attached. Thus, I have no corro-
boration fo\._ . f-ory.
4. With respect to the account(; ~ CI Staff's
underworld contacts, I merely relayed'the story to the present head
of the Cl Staff, and he promised to check it out.
5. It does not seem to me there is anything else I can or
should do about these matters at this time. However, I thought it
advisable to relay these stories to you in case you would wish to
conduct more extensive investigations.
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is still around, and after he got out he inquired around and got no
indication that :t<k:Cord \.ras ever involved. lfone of the ot her OTS people
have any recollection of 1-icCord r s involvement.
2. I said that I was sure that the man uho was rolled up
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involved. If l4cCord 's involvalel!lent \.fas merely headquar ters planniil;
and no releasing operation was ever undertaken his role might never
surface. Houever, we had been told that planning did involve. T3D
people at the time, along with For instance, I knew that
the Security man with TSD at the time had a job of hand-holding with
tile famil.ies of the thr -e men; there may be so!ile TSD r ecord of that
which "'ould lead to someone \.rho lmow.
!· c ... ras pulled out of a staff meeting to talk to me ani
said he would call back later.
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John Warner and George
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SUBJECT Reported Involvement of James McCord in
Cuban Operations While an Agency Employee
1. In a recent review of Jcunes McCord's service recordsJ
information has been revealed indicating that he was involved in Cuban
operations, contrary to earlier reports by this Agency to the various
investigating authorities. Aspects of this are still uncertain and we
are attempting to clarify the matter; this l(eport is being made before
the question is likely to be fully resolved in view of the fact the Senate
Select Committee is scheduled to end its operations 30 June.
2. On 7 June an employee of this Agency reported that he had
been informed that the Department of was exploring the theory
that Jcunes McCord never left CIA employn1ent, based on an analysis
of McCord's Federal service which had led to the conclusion that he was
not qualified for retirement. In the procelss of checking McCord's record
the following statement by McCord was found in his application for retire-
ment under CIARDS:
"During the latter part of 1955 - 1962 period, the writer
was case officer for three agents for DD/P whose task
was to gain entry to prisons in Cuba and obtain data and
photographs concerning their layout and operation. The se
were prisons where three Agency staffer s were being held.
Two of the agents successfulLy gained entry into such pri sons
and returned to the U.S. with data acquired; the third
acquired additional data from a foreign embassy in Cuba of
interest and relevance . . . .
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The transcript of a meeting of the CIA Retirement Board on 11 June 1970
shows McCord bei ng credited with b e ing "an actual case officer for Cuban
agents -for 24 months,
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summarized the point with less de tail.
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reservations about the actual extent of McCord's involvement in Cuban
operations, feeling that it was most likely limited to headquarters
planning. Whether it was a planning role or active operations it does
seem that there was some involvement in "Cuban matters,
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to the statement in the attached memorandum of 21 June 1972, copies
of which have been distributed to the various investigative authorities.
4. An intensive review is being made of records and the memories
of persons who may have some knowledge of the period, but a definitive
statement is not expected for some days yet, until after the termination
of the Senate Select Committee. The findings may only result in an
innocuous rewording of the original statement, to the effect that McCord
did have a headquarters planning responsibility for certain Cuban
operations. It may require a more positively phrased acknowledgement
of his direct involvement in operations, handling agents targetted against
Cuba. While this may prove to have no relation to Watergate, if reported
after the termination of the Senate Select Committee the delay may be
interpreted as some sign of bad faith on the part of the Agency. In this
sense only, at this time, it is suggested that you may wish to consider
reporting the recent development of the question to members of the Senate
Select Committee Staff before it ceases its operations.
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SUBJECT: James McCord Involvement in Cuban Operations
REF: N-293/74
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HD10F.ANDID1 FOR THE RECORD
SUBJECT: Questionabfe Activities
1. During period September 1950 through April 1963, while a
prisoner of Cuban G-2 at the Isle of Pines) there were occasional news-
papet:s at-.d that loTere !>mu£gled into the prison that headlined
stories about alleged CIA assassin;}tion teams that had been landed in
Cuba, and how Cuban G-2, through its superior intelligence, had
apprehended these te:ims, st:!ized equipment, shot the leadC!rs of
the group, and sent the rest of the team to jail for long prison teras.
2. O;te of   reports had pzrticular significance· for wy::;elf
and tbe tt._ro other Agency employc:es \..•ho at that ti1e1e being held at
the Isle of Pines. An article in the Ct•bar.. Army "VenJe Oliva"
'-'as distributed the pric.on by thP. local authoritiec.
This \,·as an unusual happening sir.cc no neHspapers, or other
material was permitted to the prisoners. In any case, the
magazine featured tl1c story of a group cf 8 to 12 men that had been
c.pprchended by the euban G-2 after landing on the north coast of Cuba
in a rubber boat. The   missi.o:t, :.::ccordirrg to the article, \-:as
to ass<wsinate Fidel. At first glance this not unusual since e·.'ery-
one landing on the coast Has usually charged witl:l this. the tlting
which made this particular F-ffort !: tanc! out in my mind YC!S the deta)le:d
:i ntervielJ of the :i.cad2r of the g·roup, his the eq;.Jip:ne nt
that was .:aptured with the grol!p. The '11eapons W(:re U.S. military
•:.1rd,1are - rifles '"ith spot:tins scopes. I.R. snipperscopes,
first aid kits, etc., plus the modified hi-standard .22 cal
siJ enced pistol. 1-.morog our group t··c:s cne engineer t11ho had an intiillat
kr.o-,.,led&e of specir..J. weapons for the Agency and there '"as no
doubt in his mind that hi-staw·i.,rd .22 "·'.lS Agency equipment. YeQ1:11
later I had the oppo'l·tuni ty to similar equipment and tl•is con-
firmed in my ruinJ that ,,•ho t 1 s.:>t-! 5.n Cuba '"ns the sam!? equipme nt.
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NARA r.J-t-' DATE "/ /'-f .q!J
r·!E!·!O:U.;\DU1·! FOR: The Ac tir.g Dircc tor
Federal Eurcau of
SUBJECT : Infornation federal
of Regarding the \'.'atergate
Incident
1. As a result of our conversation of S July, I
like to the which been provided to
you by· the .:\gency i'!l ::tencr::&;ldu;n forn (attention !--! r. Arnold
  since the first series of r.te::1oranda on the subject
beginning 20
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2. On 20 June separate were sent to you
concerning Messrs. Frank Sturg i5, Eugenio Rolando
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The papers detailed avail::1blc iafo!"wation on the subjects.
We that Frank Anthcny had never been re-

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t he b.1d been as soc ia ted with an Arrencv contact, ;.:r.
Eur.enio Rolc.ndo rcar,a' 5 i ;1 Ce the C:l rl y 3 ixt ies.
Their relationship v.:as     Oj"l. a r.;utual in Cubaa
exile activities. :·. \r. , .. as recruited in l?fl
nnd has perfcr2cd a va.riety of t.a sks for the :\;e:1cy o::-:. Cub:1c
J;lattcrs u p until Ju:-!.e of this year. l!c h as been on a Sl On .oo
a month reta iner since 1969 . i s business
ass!lciatc ·or ?·!r. "Be r.r.ard in a rcai · estatc fi Tl:l in  
Nr. Barker was a of the Feder al Eurcau o f
Investi gation in Cuba wr1en turn.cd over to ir. ::;id- · - "
1959. He was used as a source of tion in Cuba u-atil ·l·
evacuated in e a rly 196G. He \·:as hired by the in 1 960 ·_ .· t
for \{Ork arnon!! exile groups and 1-ias t erninated by the .: ,
on 31 July 1966. Ho Agency has been     wit!: •.
him since that A t horough investigation of our files ·:!
at by our Station in has fa iled to
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INDEPENDENT
RESEARCH
SOCIATES
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NY, NY 1 Ot3 2091
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two nemoranda on 21 June informeJ you of our
rc1<ltior.ship ,,.i t:h tl;e ;;.obert R. Cor.:pany ancl the
General Corporation. Thb utilization of tl:c R.
  Co::Jp:o.ny <!atcs to J\Y;le 1963. ::r .· :.:ullcn !las
provided cert:tia co::cr surfl.Ort. for A£!Cn(::y
employees. In add1 t1on, r.r .•• ull':'n I, as 1nvol 'li cc 1n the
formation of the Cub::tn Freedoi71 ttee -- 2-r. <ICtivj. ty
terminated several years ago. As of 1 1970 Everette
l!o,·:ard Hunt, ,.,J:o had just retired froc. the Agc;,cy, ucca;-:c a
cuploycc of ?-lr. 1-\ullcr.. In July 1::71 !iur:t
iP..forJned the Agency he had been assi;::ncd to the l':hite !louse
St<'.ff but to devote part of his ti:::e to the
Co@pany. r
JJ They have r.ot been infor:::cd of o::r usc of
the R. Company. Also on ·21 June. in response to
a verbal request -of 20 June, we you tl:at a check of our
records clisclose:l no record of ,\;:cncy ';ith t::e
Association of Advertisers or the ....-crds ''Cir".
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that a revieu of the duties and assi((nncnts of l-:r.
provided no inaication that was 1nvolvcn in
matters and that he was not to tl:e Bay of
O?eratiOI!. We stated, however, that he have
personal acquaintances ;.;hich arc not recorded in offlci:ll
pcrsoniicl and security records. have no
regarding iir"·l·;ccord's activities \-lith   exile:; si.-.cc his
rctire;;;ent. !·ic. indicated in tl':e sa2c ... that as a"!
Agency er.:ployee, ;.fr. liunt ";as involved in operational activities
relating to Latin A,"'lerican cot:ntrics and t:as bloHn to have !'ad
some tics to 1-lr. Barker. In a senariltc of 27 Ju;:c
Hunt, we inforccd y;u about the of the
nlis.s, Ed1;ard V. llat1ilton, to :.:r. Hunt on 30 Scr;tcr.!bcr 1960.
This alias lias sui.Jscquently used by :;r. Eunt for sevcra 1
drivers licenses. ;;c orovided acldi ticnal infer::::Hicn on
tl1is subject in a of 5 July and also reported that
there is no inforr.ation in our files to the effect that. !-!r.
Hunt \o;as issued a Social Security Card or Policy
bearing the naf.le J. or Ed•;arJ Joseph
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5. Further, a ncJCorantht::J ,.,as sent to you Oil 27 June
rcrr:trdinv peripheral J\ncncy 1:ith an  
of .... :.:r. i-!cCord.,   ,.1:1an E.uiz Vjllc?.as ..
nr.   l:as u::;cd by this as a tr.Jnslator the'
period .Jur.c 196J to June 1971. 1:e has L;,tl no «.£filiation
..:ith tile Ao;:cr!cy since   ti·!le other   a personal
relationship witll a Agency .. Otte additional·
nroviJed you on S July rcznrd1!1?, a ;-1r ..
Ward Lagbert worked for t!1e as a Contract-Employee
fro8 January 1965 until his retirenent on 9 August 1971.
Office of rersonncl referred to :!cCord Associates
for ct.1ployr::cnt u;JOn retirc:::ent. !le sub!"litted a £or!:ial
application but dcci<le<l to accept else1•herc.
6. I1: audition to the above cited s2moranda and several
lesser of provided telephonically to
Arnold L. of your Alexandria the Director of
Central informed y0u orally on 27 June
a\•ailablc to us 0:1 ·:r. ;-':J.!!UCl var:uerrc, a
national who has offices located in the building
a$ the I!:mco Internacional of .•;exico City. In si:or-t,
1-iar.u'.)l Or.arrio DalZucrrc   not had any O;Jcra t: ional con t:J.cts
l."ith this A;;ency. Cn 23 Juac t:.c Director of Central
Intelligence also inforr.:cd you or:1lly our
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contact of the Agency with Dahlberg was in 1961.
7. Our Office of Security is in frequent contact with
rtcnbers of your staff in con:tection wi the ir.vcsti,-:atioas
you arc a!:ove is for your use
only anJ should not be dissc3iJtatcd outside your nurcnu.
Vernon A. ]·;a! tors _
Lieutenant General li.S.A.
Acting Director

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Employee from 8 November 1949 until his
on 30 April 1970, when he co1nmenced privc..te employ-
ment with Robert R. Mullen and Company, a firm
which has been utilized by the Agency for cover purposes.
A news article of .July 1971 indicated that Mr. Hunt joined
the Vfhite House Staff as a Consultant to President Ni:...:on
p:;:-eparatory to· the President's visit to the Peoples
Republic of Much of the recent publicity in the
case has focused on M:;:-. Hunt, who ,-:as inte:;:-viewed by the
Federal Bureau of Investigation on 17 .Tune 1972. He
admitted that he had written a check to Mr. McCord but
.invoked his Constitutional rights on all other questions.
On the White House issue, previous reference was made
to the empl'oyment of Mr • .Tames W. McCord by the
Committee for the Re-election of President Ni.'\:on.
D. CURRENT AGENCY STAFF EMPLOYEES
1. James Corbin Fitchett
James Corbin Fitchett entered on duty with the
Agency in early 195Z, and is currently a GS-13,
Security Officer. His wife, Kathryn Fitchett, is
also an Office of Security employee. Scheduled
to retire from the Agency on 30 June 1972, Mr.
FitChett made it known to Mr. rvkCord in May 1972,
that he would be available to wo::k with the Commiaee
for the Re -e1<:ction of President Nixon, and he was
offered a position as a paid Security Officer. Mr.
McCord initially wanted to utilize him as of 15 June:.
1972, but Mr. Fitchett requested a polygraph inter-
view to substantiate his claim that he was not involved
in the Watergate incident. Polygraph testing on
20 June 1972, was completely favorable.
2. Rc.lnh Orlc.ndo True'
Ralph Orla,-,do True entered on duty "vith the Agency
0:1 1 December 1950, and is cuo-rently a GS-15, Secu-
rity Officer. Scheduled to retire irom the Agency on
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30 June 1972, Mr. T.-ue planned on assmnir>g a
poSition \vith !\{cCord As.-sociateos or an 2.ffiliate
secu::-ity unit. It has been established that Mr.
True \vas in Mr. McCorG
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mittee for the Re-election of President Ni..xon on
16 June 1972, ·the day before the Watergate
incident. ·Mr. Tn:e denies any di::-ect involve-
ment in the case.
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ir> mid-l';I:>L, and is currently a GS-14,
Operations Officer assigned to WH Division/DDP.
He has been acquainted with 1-{r. Everette Howard
Hunt, Jr., through the years, and he developed an
acq.:.aintance with Mr. James W. McCord, Jr . • c
yssociation with Mr. McCord developea
through his interest in a young Chilean protege.
Juan Rigoberto RUIZ Villegas, t:
4. Harry Thayer Mahoney
Harry Thayer Mahor>ey entered on duty with the Agency
on 30 March 1951, and is currently a GS-14, o'peratio::1s
Officer assigned to WH Division/DDP. Scheduled to
retire from the Agency on 30 June 1972, Mr. Mahoney,
a former polygraph examiner in the Office of
is a>-quainted with Messrs. Ralph 0. True and Evereae
Howard Hunt, Jr. The Office of Perso;mel Outplace-
ment Assistance Branch r.oferreci. Mahoney to Mr.
McCord anci he \vas i;1tervie,veG. ior a position at his
offices for the Commi1tce for the Re-election of
President Nixon, or or about 10 ;1.1ay 1972. }vir.
Mahoney '\vas   a J)Osition \vith Associates.
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but Mr. Mahoney has made no decision on t;;king
the McCord oifcr.
E. FORMER AGEN'CY STAFF EMPLOYEES
1. Therese Mae Shea
Mrs. Therese Mae Shea served a GS-07, SLaff
Employee of the Agency from 15 June 19-1S l'ntil
her resignation from maternity leave on 20 April
1956. Her husband, Wiliiam Fra,.,cis Snea, was
also with the Agency until Februar}' 1971. Mrs.
Shea has been working as a secretary to l'-1r. James
W. McCord at McCord Associates in Rockville,
Maryland, and she quite naturally has extensive
knowledge of Agency contacts with the private
investigative fi::cm. She knows[
.J ::nn is n.ware of his ties with Juan
Rigoberto RUIZ Villegas.
2. D!". Edward Mansfield Gunn
Dr. Edward M. Gunn served with the Agency from
13 June 1955 .until 31 May 1971, and he was a GS-17,
Deputy Director of Medical Services, at_ tJ;e lime of
his retirement. Dr. Gu:-.n was interviewed br a::t
Office of Secu::city represcntat:.ve on 19 Ju..-,e 1972, and
discussed in some detail his involvement with the
Institute for Protection and Safety Studies, Incorpor_ated,
which is affiliated with ll:lcCord Associates and occu1Jies
space in the same offices. Dr. Gunn last had direct
personal contact with M::-. McCo::cd on 21 Ap:-il 1972,
and he denies having any knowledge of the Watergate
incident.
3. Dr. JacoC, Victor Gol2er
Dr. Jacob V. Golder, a former OSS em;:>loyee, served
with the Agency from 3 January 1955 until 16 April
1<)71, and he was a GS-15, Chief of Psycholof:ical
Services Staff/Office of Medical Services, at the time of •
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Agency on a contract basis at the SECRET level.
Dr. Golcic:- has not yet be(:'n in!.er\•iev1cd (2s of
23 June 1972) bc:t i"dications are that his ties to
M:::. McCord are similar to those of Dr. Gunn
mainly through his participation as a Consultant-·
Instructo.-· at the Institute for P:::otection ancl Safety
Studies, Incorpo:::ated.
4. William Francis S'nea
William F. Shea served with the Agency from Jul)'
1951 until Febrc:ary 1971, and was a GS-1<;,
Intelligence Officer wit!! the Office of
Research, DDI, at .the time of his _[
':J As pre·,r1ous1y inc!lcatec., n1s
·wife, The=-ese Mae Shea, \vorks as a secret2.ry 2.t
McCord Associates. /The Office of Personnel refe:;:-:::ed
Mr. Shea to McCord Associates in 1971, and Dr.
Edward M. Gunn indicated that Mr. Shea is affiliated
with the Institute for Protection and Safety Stc;.dies, Inc.
5. Walter Edward Bravden
Walter Edward Bra.yderr -se:;-ved with the Agency from
2 Feb:::uary 1948 until 31 October 1969, and was a
GS-13, Intelligence O££icer, assignee! toC.
_joDP, at the tlme 01 n1s
retirement. .. Brayden \vas intervie,ved by· an-_
Office of Security representative on 20 June 1972,
when he indicated that he has been employed by i\{cCord
Associates in minor secu:-ity duties during the last few
months. In April 1972, he served as a guard for Mrs.
Martha Mitchell on a trip to Chicago, ancl he expected
to work on a survey of the Hotel Fonta:.nbleau
in Miami in late June 1972.
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Georne. Theodo•:e Stanton served wiln the Agency
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from 4 August 194.7 to S January 1972, anc , ... ·as a
GS-14, Operations r, as sigr.ed to the Counter
Intelligence Staff/ DD?, 4t the time his
Dr. Edward M. Gunn indicated that Mr. S:anton has
been as a Consultant to the Ins titute for
Protection o£ Safety Studies, Incorporated.
7. Louis EC.ga.:::- Sherrard
Louis Edgar Sherrard se.:::-ved with the Agency from
2 July 1952 until 31 January 1969, when he resigned.
At the time of his resignation, he was a GS-13, Secu-.
rity Officer assigned to the Security Research
Mr. Sherrard's e.-nployment background centers on
industrial and physical security, and he resigned from
the Agency with the stated intention o! taking a positio.-:.
with Bestline Products, Incorporated, of San Jose,
California. There have been recent
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Sherrard is in some way affiliated with McCord
Associates. but there a:;-e no specifics on this.
8. Ross Ward Lambert
_-. Ross Ward Lambert •.   OSS employee, served
with the Agency f.:::-om 11 January 19 65 . to 9 August
1971, and was a GS-13, Contract E.-nployee as si!'11ed
to the Special 9perations Division/DDP, at the time of
his resignation. Mr. Lambert scrvedC
::J The Office of Personnel
referred Mr. Lambert to   Ass ·
Jv oc1ates but he
took a job elsewhere.
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1. Jol y 19 ;z until 24 June l 912, when hiS cont-.:2-ct
,<as ._uowed to c><p\«· . Jvtr. B}!:'er, a GS-17.,
Op•<ations Oificer ass>gned tct,.
:;J Subject was ,e!er<ed to JvlcCo<d
Associates by rhe Ofiice o£ Personnel, but h"
acqui<ed a . position with the Bureau of Na<cotics 2.n<.
Dangerous Drugs, to be e{{cc ti "e aS o { 2 & J 1,1ne l 9 11..
His application cnaY possibly be on file at jvtcCo<d
Associates.
F. QTHER CIA coNNSCTIOL'!S
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Robert Fosle- Benne·· s U .
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Bennett o£ Utah is
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resident of Robert R M ll xec utlVC Vice-
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as been uti lhed by the Ac- £ ompa :ly, which
c ocncy or co
o"er purposes M mmar c\al
b · ' r . Bennett has b .
Y mamb.rs o£ then een ,nterviewed
interest in Mr E ews media because o[ . t
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19?! . ppro"al was i d :ne hrm
100: Mr. Bennett's use( .. on 19 March.
and th ' The Executive Di
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c;.t the t ime oi t!-1 entral Int ell'
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George Theodoi.:e served \vith the A:;en'=y
from 4. August 1947 to S January 1972, anc was a
GS-14, O;>erations OHicer, assigr.ed to the Counter
Intelligence Staff/DD?, ;:,t the time of his
Dr. Edward M. Gunn indicated th?.t l\1r. S:anton has
been serving as a Consultant to the Institute for
Protectio>J of Safety Studies, Incorporated ..
7. Louis Edgar Sherrard
Louis Edgar Sherrard served with the Agency irom
2 July 1952 until 31 January 1969, when he resigned.
At the time of his resignation, he was a GS-13, Secu-.
rity Officer assigned to the Security Research S:aff.
Mr. Sherrard's employment background centers on
industrial and physical security, and he resigned from
the Agency with the stated intention of taking a position
with Bestline Products, Incorporated, of San Jose,
California. There have been recent "rumors" that Mr.
Sherrard is in some way affiliated with McCord
Associates, but there are no specifics on this.
8. Ross Ward Lambert
Ross Ward Lambert, a former OSS employee, served
with the Agency from-li .. 1965 to 9 August
1971, and was a GS-13, Contract Employee assigned
to the Special 9peratio:1s Division/DDP, at the time of
his resignation. Mr. Lambert scrvedf:
:J The Office of Personnel
referred Mr. Lambert to Jv[cCord Associates but he
took a job elsewhere.
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James Louis Eaker served , .. ·ith from
2 July 1952 u:1•il 24 June 1972, when his cont:ract
was allowed to expire. Mr. Baker. a GS-12,
Operations O!iicer assigned tcC
J Subject was referred McCord
Associates by t"he Office of Personnel, but he-
acquired a . position with the Bureau of Narcotics an::
Dangerous Drugs, to be eiiective as of 26 J1,me 1972.
His application may possibly be on file at McCord
Associates.
F. OTHER CIA CONNECTIONS
1. Robert Ben.,ett
Robert Foste:- son o! U.S. Senator ''{allace·
Bennett of Utah, is and Executive Vice-
President of Robert R. Mullen and Compa:1y, which
has been utilized by the Agency for comme.-cial
cover purposes. Mr. Bennett has been interviewed
by members of the n ews media because of intense
interest in Mr. Everette Howard Hunt, Jr., a f or mer
Agency working for the sa:ne firm. c
]Approval \vas issued on 19 March
1971 io:- Mr. Bennett's usee _ . .. •
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Comptroller and the Dtrector oi Central Intelligence
were advi sed at the t i me oi t!le approval. ·
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Assistant Attorney General
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Director, FBI (C2--10!)060)
suBJECT:.   o!'    
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22, 1963
!)ALLAS,  
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Reference is made to ------ memorandum dated-----------
(your file --------- ).
There is enclosed one copy of th'el:mpmtf.o:t.s!ll!ml:   T ""
dated ?f"' at :-'.C.
A. D This covers the preliminary investigation and no further action concerning
a full investigation will he taken by this Bureau unless the Department so directs.
B. D The investigation is continuing and you will be furnish,d copies of
reports as they are received.
C. D The investigation requested by you has now been completed. Unless
advised to the contrary no further inquiries will be made by this Bureau.
D. D Pursuant to instructions issued by the Department, no investigation will
be conducted in this matter unless specifically directed by the Department.
E. D Please advise whether you desire any further investigation.
F. D This is submitted for your information and you will be advised of further
developments.
G. ::crJ This is submitted for your information and no further investigation will
be conducted unless specifically requested by the Department.
H. 0 This covers the receipt of a complaint and no further action will be
taken by this Bureau unless the Department so directs.
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preYioua inYeatiratioD to identifJ tbe tbree aubjecta ia
cuatodJ of tbe Dallaa Police Departaeat oa •o•eaber 22, 1963.
• • • April 21, 1975, tbe FBI reported to tbe eo.aiaaion
on IA ctiYitiea WitbiD tbe United State• tbat extenaiYe  
pb to apbic exaaination cauaed tbe FBI to conclude "• •• tbat · .
aeitber E. Boward Bunt aor Frank Sturria appear •• &DJ of tbe
tbree 'derelicta' arreated iD Dallaa, Texaa ••• "
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DATA·
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APPROVED FOR R£LEAS£ 1993
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CIA 111SJ8RICAI. REVIEW PROGRAM
INV43872
1. Name of Subject:
CHRIST
David .
2. Aliases:
3. Date of Birth: 20 Jan 1918
4. Place of Birth:
Tams,.gm'
Pennsylvania
5. Race:
6. Sex:
M
7. Citizenship:
USA
8. Places of Residence, including Street and Number: (Past 15 years should be covered)
From To . Address
Feb 1950 Present R.D. /12, Mountain Top, Pa.
Feb 1948 Feb 1950 422   State College, Pa.
Jun 1946 Feb 1948 620 Arlington St., Tamaqua-;-Pa1:1oo.-.-- ---·- . ...
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1939 1942 2(17 Lehigh St., , Tamaqua I Pa. i .
1926 1939 104 Lehigh St.
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Pennsylvania State College Extension, 75 E. Union St.,
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Pennsy 1 vania State College, 1· State College, Pa. STUDENT
Atlas Power Company,Reynolds, Pa.
U. S. Army Air Force·
A tias Powder Compan;y, Reynolds, · Pa.
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Company, Rgynolds, Pa.; and Tamaqua 1-Bnufacturing Co.
Tamaqua, · Pa.; and ll & P Tea Co., Tamaqua, Pa.
Tamaqua High School, Tamaqua, Pa., Sep 1931-Jun 1935; GRADUATE
Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa.; Sep 1946-Feb 1950; DEGREE: B.S..
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TRAVEL: Oahu, Ha'Waiian Islands, Jun 1945-Aug 1945; Military Service;
Around ¥anil.a, Luzon, Philippine Islands; Aug 1945-0ct 1945;
Kanova, Japan/ Oct 1945-Apr 1946; Military Service
MILITARY: U. S. Army Air Force; oct 1942-Ma.y 1946; SN: 0-8??943
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SPOUSE: Wi.lJDa Margaret Christ; NEE Zimmerman; \olED: 19 Aug 1944, New Raven, Conn.;
FOBMER ADD: Route #2,   Wisconsin; PRES ADD: R.D. 2, K::>untain Top, _
Pa.; OOB: 1 Jul 1921, Ya.usau, \lisconsin .
CHILDREN: Thomas \larren Christ ; AGE: 5; ADD: R.D. #2, K::>untain Top, Pa.; CITI: USA
Elaine Margaret Christ; AGE: 3; ADD: R.D.#2, Mountain Top, Pa; CITI: USA
FATHER: David Albert Christ; DECEASED; 15 Mar 1950; lAST ADD: 620 Arlington St.,
  Pa. ; OOB: 14 Feb 1898, !sblandb Pa. ; -
M:>THER: Mildred Lenore Christ NEE Nah!'; ADD: 62 Arlington St., Talnaqua, Pa.;
DOB: 14 1898, Tamaqua, Pa.
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FROM. :Director, FBI
SUJ;jECT:. !.ff:!,ff!:'/\':'10:' ""':T't!!>E!l':'

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DATE:
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ClassiEed by :5P 6 fim&t:!L
Declassify
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Reference is made to _____ memorandum dated----------
,. (your file ---------).
A. D This covers the preliminary investigation and no further action concerning
a full investigation will be taken by this Bureau unless the Department so directs.
B. 0 The investigation is continuing and you will be furnish'ld copies of
reports as they are received.
C. 0 The investigation requested by you has now been completed. Unless
advised to the contrary no further inquiries will be made by this Bureau.
D. D Pursuant to instructions issued by the Department, no investigation will
be conducted in this matter unless specifically directed by the Department.
E. 0 Please advise whether you desire any further investiJation.
sn: R:EVJ:RSl: F. 0 This is submitted for your information and you will be advised or further
:FCR • developments.
cussrncAIION
AC:rlON . _ G. )(Y) This is submitted for your information and no further investigation will
be conducted unless apecifically requested by the Department.
H. D This coven the receipt or a complaint and no further action will be
taken by this Bureau unless the Department so directal:.:. ;::. :IJN::.J;-;:c:.P
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to that agency(ies) for review and direct response to you.
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advised by the FBI as to the releasability of this information following our consultation
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previous investigation to 1dent1fJ the three aubjecta 1D
cuatodJ of the Dallas Police DepartaeDt on •oveaber 22, 1963.
April 21, 1975, the FBI reported to the Comaiaaion
on ctivitiea W1thiD the Vnited State• that extensive
pb to aphic exaaination caused the FBI to conclude "• •• that ·.
aeither E. Boward Bunt DOr Frank Sturgis appear •• anJ of the
three 'derelicta' arreated in Dallaa, Texas ••• "
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1. This office has received a request to convert a former federal service
clearance to a Departa:ent of Defense Industrial Security clearance.
2. Before a conversion may be accompliched, DISCO is required, in accord-
ance with para(;rnph 2-309, DoD ReGUlation 5220.22, to obtain speci.fic
that: (i) subject had a prior (ii) the inve5ti-
gative basis for such (iii) a specific comment fran: the
clearing authority that no exi5ts indicating that conversion of
.the prior clearance is not clearly consistent with the national interest.
3.  
Please complete the lst Indorsecent S;ld it to this activity.
FOR THE CHIEF:

Encl F. GADY'
Processing Division
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TO: Chief', DISCO, P.O. Box 2499, Columbus, Ohio 43216
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1. Degree or clearance held:
- a. f!l Top Secret; n S;cret; D Confidential; D Date last
· validated 29 August 1<;0?"
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D Complete· D Partial; .lJ BI; D FFI; u NAC + 10 n NAC +
15 years; lJ NACI; l!J NAC; D LNAC; D ENTNAC •• File _l{o .• - 43"872 •
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MEMORANDUM FOR: Legislative Counsel
ATTENTION: Mr. Patrick Carpentier
FROM: Robert W. Gambino
Director of Security
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2 8 FEB 1978
SUBJECT: House Select Committee on Assassinations
Request for Review of Files (U)
1. (U/AIUO) Action Requested: None; for information
only.
2. (U/AIUO) BackEround: Reference is made to the
attached House Selectomm1ttee on Assassinations (HSCA)
requests dated 19, 23, and 26 January 1978 (OLC 78-0095/1,
OLC 78-0070/3, and OLC 78-0070/9) for review of all files
and index references regarding some 26 subjects of interest
to the HSCA.
(C) With regard to the 19 January request, the
Office of Security has material available for review per-
taining to F. Lee Crisman, Charles Si r agusa, James Earl Ray,
and Arthur Hanes. No record was found for Jonas C. Sporl,
Laverne "Larry" Crafard , Charles Joseph Stein, Lemar Wilson,
or Louis P. Davis. The HSCA has asked whether any of the
--aforementioned individuals were employees, agents, or
1 informants of the CIA. Charles Siragusa was of liaison
.. interest to various components of this Agency from 1961-67,
including the Behavioral Activities Branch of Technical
. , 7) Services Division . He was assigned to the Office of Strategic
Services (OSS) from 1944-46. Arthur Hanes was a confidential
correspondent of the Office of Security from 1952-59. He was
of interest to the Office of General Counsel (OGC) and was
placed on OGC's Cleared Att or neys Panel in August 1961. OGC's
interest appears to have been canceled in 1971.
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(S) With regard to the January request, the
Office of Security has material available for review on
Valeriy Kostikov, Ruth Hyde Paine , John Lindsay Hoke, and
Sylvia Ludlow Hyde Hoke . Only overt source material was
found for Michael Ralph Paine . Wi t hout additional identifying
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AL TRIBUNAL REVOLUCIONARIO DEL DISTRITO DE
LA HABANA
----------Dr. Fernando Colomar Lluch, abogado del Colegio de la Habina,
abogaoo deTensor de Dan1el Carswell, Edmund K. Taransky y Eustace Danbrunt,
c1udadano5 norleamer1canos, cuyas datos generales constan, procesados en la
Causa No. 474 de 1960
1
cuyo caracter tengo acred1tado en la misma, Ia que ha
side rad 1cada ese Tr1bunal par "Del l tos contra 1 a Integridad y I a
1dad de la Nac1on al efecto de dar cumplimiento al tramite de que me ha
s1do dado   al amparo lo dispuesto en los art1culos 70, 71 y 72 de
Ia Ley Frocesal de Cuoa en   a nombre de mis representados, conforme a
derecno, compare:co y d1go: ----------------------------------------------
---------------- que dentro del term1no que me concede el expresado articulo
12, vengo a evacuar ei tram1te a m1 car go y antes de formular m1s conclus1ones
prov1s1onales, de conform1dad con lo d1spuesto en los art1culos 3 y 18 de la
expresada Ley Procesal de Cuoa en Armas, en relac1on con los art1cu' os 28,
parrafo tercero oel art1culo 174, Dispos lclon Transitor1a Adic1onal Sexta,
lodes de la Ley Fundamental Constituc1onal y con Acto de 16 de Septiembre
oe 19a0, del Tribunal de Garantias Const1tucionales y Sociales, dic t ado en el
rol Jo·192 de 1960, en materia de Inconstitucionalidad, AVENGO EN y
deJa formulada, como CUES T I 0 N PRE V I A Ia CUESTION DE COMPETENCIA
del presente Consejo de Guerra Ordinaria, designado para conocer de la
presente Causa No. 474 de 1960, requiriendole de INHIBICION, y pidiendole que
oe traslado de Ia presente Causa y sus actuaciones a los Tribunales de la
Jurisdlcc1on Ord1naria parser estes los competentes y los que deberr conocer
de la m1sma , dado que los que aparecen comprobados en el SumAr1o, no
rev1sten caracteres contrarrevoluclonarlos <art . 67 Ley Procesal y Sext a
Dlspuslclon Trans1tor1a) n1 se pueden subscr1bir en ninguna de las f iguras
del 1ct1vas espec1ficas calificadas como del1tos contra-rrevolucionarios en la
1 ey 4.L:i de 7 de JUllo de 1959, par no haber c orrespondencia e::acta y absol uta
entre d1chos hechos y la formula legal apl 1cada par el senor F1scal. en sus
conlus1ones prov1s1onales. ------------------------------------------------
---------------- Fl anteada la pr ecedente CUESTION PREVIA de Incompetencia e
inhibic1on , paso a formular, con caracter de provisionales, las Sl9Ltlentes
canclus1ones:
LA PRIMERA: lNCONFORME, leJOS de produc1rse los hechos
relata e l senor F1scal; mis repr esentados Carswel l, Transky y (anbrunt,
son   espec1alizados en Ingen1eria Electr1ca, Mecan1ca y
Electronica, Tueron INDUCIDOS e INSTIGADOS a ven1r a la Habana, durante sus
vacac1ones en el mes de Sept1embre de 1960, par el autor material par
part1c1pac1on directa de estes hechos e inductor a 1nst1gador , el senor Robert
L.   (que fue oraenado de abandonar el Terr1tor1o Nac1onal par las
autor1dades a ctuantes al in1c1arse estas 1nvest1gacionesl para arreg\ar, y
adaptar d1st1ntos aparatos de grabac1on audiofonica 1nstalados en el
apartamenta No . 162 del Ed1fic1o del Retire Medico site en 23 y 3, an la Rampa
  antes de su llagada a \a Habana, como turistas, el dia 8 oe septiembre
de

cuyos aparatos ya se encontraban concectados a un microfono
prev1amente 1nstalaoo en la AGENClA DE NOTICIAS CHINA 5INJUA situada
inmed1atamente debaJu del apartamento No.162, en el piso decimo septimo, del
cilaoo Ed1ficio . -------------------------------------------------------------

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---------------- A LH SE.oUii[JA: INCONFORME, a mi s represent ados no 1 e son
imputaDles lo del itos a que se refiere la cal1ficac1on del Ministerio Fiscal;
oe hcd.Jer'se pr-oducioo al guna contravene ion, esta solo podria contraerse a 1
05
articulos '/ y lll de la Ley 698 de 22 de enero oe 1960. -------------------
---------------- A LA TEI'ICERA:   con 1 a carrel at iva del senor
1
Fiscal; mis representados no pueden tener el concepto de autor·es inmediatos
por-· part 1 c.1pac 1 on d 1r·ecta, pot-· no par·t 1c ipado en 1 os hechos i mputados,
ni tener tampoco el caracter que se les atribuye. -------------------------
--------------A LA CUARTA: INCONFORME con la correlativa del senor Fiscal.
--------------A LA OUiiiTA: INCONFORME con la correlativa del Min1sterio
F1scal; por concurrir la cuest10n prev1a de incompetencia e inh1b1c1on; y caso
de no su procedencia, con reserva de las acciones senaladas en el
articulo 100 de la Ley Frocesal de Cuba en Armas, el Tr1bunal debera absolver
llDr't=mente a m1s r·epr·esentados decretando su inmediata 1 ibertad, ·par no
r·evestir del ito contrarrevolucionar1o alguno, los hechos que aparecen
col1,_pr'obados del sumario, o subsid i ariamente, deb era pr·ocederse a su
depor·tac ion pw"' infracc 10n de las l eyes de inmi grac ion. -------------------
--------------- XXXXXXXX primero digo: que la prueba de que 1ntenta valerse
esta representacion en el acto del juicio oral, es la siguiente:
Ff\IMERA: confesion de los procesados.
St:GUNDA: Documental, de los documentos publ1cos y privados que
se acompanan, en los siguientes:
AL NO. 1: Certificacion e>'p2dida par el s2nor Luir F.
Mendez, oe Trafico de la Fana1nerican World Airways Xxxxx y
otorgada er1 la Habana, oe fecha 3 de nov1embre de 1960, debidamente
pot"' el oe Ia Habana, doctor Rinaldo -Lago Cat""'bonell,
;;.creditativa de que m1s representados, Carswell, Transky y Danbrunt, llegaron
a !a Habana, procedentes de Miami, como Turistas, el dia 8 de septiembre de
1960, en el vuelo No. 21, LicenCla No. N65190, apareciendo sus nombres en las
l1stas de pasajeros correspondientes a aicho vuelo, llegado ala Habana,
alrededor de las siete de la noche.-----------------------------------------
AL No. 2: Se acompana un ejemplar de la Gaceta Oficial
de Ia Republ 1ca de Cuba, de fecha 26 de sept1embre ce 1960, numero anual
  Lunes, en cuya pag1na No. 23242, aparece de Decreta No 2777, del
Min1ster1o de Relac1ones Exter1ores, de fecha 24 de sept1emore de 1960, del
cual consta, que con esa fecha la ica de Cuba, establece relaciones
con la Republica Popular China con rango de Embajada. ----------
MARCADO AL No. 3: se acompana un ejemplar de 1a Gaceta
Of1c1al de Ia Republ 1ca de Cuba de fecha 8 de sept1embre de l960,.No anual 21,
en cuya pagina t-io. 8, er.pat""'ece el "Conven1o Comer·cial y de pagos entre el
Gob1erno de la Republ1ca de Cuba y el Gob1erno de la Republ 1ca Popular China''
y en cuya pag1na No. 16, aparece el '
1
Convenio de Cooperacion Cientifica y
tecn1ca entre el Gcb1erno de Ia Republ 1ca de Cuba y el Gob1erno de la
Republica F'opular China.----------------------------------------------------

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MARCADO AL No. 4: Se acompana un ejemplar del
del dia 17 de septiembre de 1960, en pag1nas primera, once y
dlEClSels, aparece informacion oe redaccion y grafica con fotografias de los
lugares, y Ia inser'Clon de la Nota de Protesta del senor Ministro de
f,e12 .. c1one·;; E;{ter'ior·es de Cuba de fecha 16 de sept1embre de 1960, dirigida al
senor E::mb2.jador' de 1 os Estaoos Unidos de Norteamerica en 1 a Habana, rel at iva a
los hecr.o5 obJelo oe esta Causa todo publ1cado baJe el titulo de:
una t:a:-;da de E·;;pias Norteamet--icana" destinada a espiar y captar conversaciones
de la AgEnc1a Not1c1osa China Sinjua, que queda en el piso inferior, el
oec1moseptimo, eel prop1o edific1o. ----------------------------------------
t'lt4F.CrlDO AL No. :,: Se acompana un EJempl ar del period icc
  del o1a 17 de septiemcre de 1960
1
en cuyas paginas numeros 1 y 6,
apar-ece publ1caoa ia m1sma informacion que se describe, en el docume:1to que
precede.
TERCERA: La testifical del senor Fiscal.
P 0 R T A N T 0
AI Consejo de Guerra Ot-·dinario, del Tribunal Revolucionario del D1str1to de la
Habana, suplico: se s1rva haber par pr-esentado este escrito, tener par
E\'acuaco el tramite a m1 car"go a nombre de mis representados, par vista el
Sumario, ten1endo par presentadas las presentes conclusiones prpvisionales de
la defensa, y habiendo pot' promovida la cuestion de corripetenc1a, aceptando la
m1sma y acced1endo a la inhibicion, ten1endo par hecha la reserva de ejercer
1 a acClon ael artlcul o 100 de 1 a Ley F't'ocesal de Cuba en Armas caso de ser
aenegada, y en mer' I to de que 1 os hechos que aparecen comprobados en el
sumar1o, por sus caracteres no son const1tutivos de del1to
contr-·ar'r'evol uc1onar·io al guno, absolver 1 ibremente a mis representados
decretando su inmed1ata 1 ibertad, o en subs1dio disponer su 1nmediata sal ida
del pals, al ampara de lo dispuesto en la Ley 693 de enero de 1960.
Es justicia que p1do a nombre de mis t'epresentados en la Habana, a
17 de d!Clembre Ge !960.
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Dr. Fernando Colomar Lluch,
Colegio ae Abogaaos de la Habana •
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AL TF.l BUNAL RE JOLUC I Ohir-.R I 0 DEL DI STF. IT 0 DE LA HABANA
Fernanao Flores Ibarra, F1scal, v1ene par el presente escr1to a tenor de lo
d1spuesto en el art1culo 70 de la Ley Procesal de Cuba en Armas, a pesentar la I
causa numero 474 de 1960 de la radicac1on del Tribunal Revolucionario del
D1 str1 to de 1 a Habana, 1nstrLt1do par deli to contrC\_] as Poderes del Estado, a
formular con caracter de prov1s1onales las sigu1entes
CONCLUSIONES :
FRIMERA : Son un1versalmente conoc1das las agres1ones de todo t1po que
ha ven1do y v1ene per el 1mper1al 1smo norteamer1cano contra el Gobierno
de Cuba desde que se percato, a los pecos meses del triunfo
revol uc1onar1o, que Ia Revoluc1on Cubana no se someter1a
1
como lo habian heche los
  anterlores, a los dlctadcs de los monopol ios norteamericanos a traves
Ia de su Gob1erno en nuestra Patr1a
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y que su obra se reali:ar1a par y
para benef1cio de los hum1ldes y contra l os 1ntereses norteamericanos y
nac1onales que hab1an ven1ao explotando a nuestro pueblo a traves de toda su vida
repuo 1 i can a.
S1gu1endo esa pol itica de agresion y con·el proposito de lesionar nuestra
1naepenoenc1a y violando nuestra soberan1a, el senor Robert L. Nett y MarJorie A.
Lennox , acusados en esta . causa y que fueron puestos en 1 1bertad parser ambos
empleados de la EmbaJada de los Estaaos Un1dos
1
actuando en 1nteres de dlcha
nac!on, se complotaron con los otros acusados Daniel Lester Carswell, Marlo
Nord1o, Eustace H. Dan Bruno Conrad Taranski, para realizar como
real 1:ar1on labores de esp1onaje en la agenc1a de noticias de la Republica Popular
Ch1na , SlnJau , trantando ae obtener 1nformac1ones que le sirv1era al Gob1erno
Norteramer1cano para for talecer las campanas crim1nales de prensa que real iza
oesae el ektranJero, entorpecer las negoc1ac1ones economicas que se efectuaban
con la Republ 1ca Popular Ch1na y las conversac iones in1c1ales que se llevaban a
cabo en aquella fecha para establecer d1plomat1cas, tratando ademas de
.
lograr con la agres1on a d1ch ent1dad ch1na que surg1era un confl1cto entre los
Gob1ernos oe la Ch1na Popul ar y el de Cuba .
Para real los anter1ores neches 1nstalaron equ1pos electronicos de
sonico y grabac1on en el Apartamento N. 321 del Ed1f1cio del Segura Med1co,
s1tuado sabre el 182 ocupado par dicha agencia de noticias y perforaron el p1so y
las paredes por danae pasaron los cables y m1crDfonos par donde obtendr1an las
que ce5pues de transiormadas les serv1ri an para utilisarlas a
traves de los d1st1ntos med1os de agres1on que han puesto en practica en mult1ples
ocas1 ones conra nuestra Patria y lograr con el l a el detrimentq de la 1ndependenc1a
OE nuestra kepubl 1ca o la 1ntegr1da d oe nuestro terr1tor1o.
Los hecnos anter1ormente relatados rev1sten los carcteres de
un del1to contra la seguridad del Estado previsto y sanc1onado en el art1culo 1:8
del Cod1go de Detensa Soc1al, tal como quedo mod1ficado par la Ley #425 de 1959.

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lUARTA: No concurren circunstanClas modificativas de la
r·esponsabilldad cr·imJ.nal.
OUHHA: La sancion en que i12.!i incut-rido 1c3 acusados es lade tre1nta
anus de pr·1vac1on oe -llber--tad que oeber-·a ser·l e 1mpuesta a cada uno par ese 1
lr1bunal.
Las pueoas de que 1ntenta valer-·se el Fiscal son las siguientes:
i="Tlmera: Confes1on de los acusados, Sl a ell a se pr·estar'en.
de las Sl9Ulentes personas que oeberan ser c1tadas
JUd1c1almente:
1. Manuel Suares Alvares, G-2
2. Felix Suares Alvares, G-2
3. Ferm1n For--noso Zambrana, G-2
La Habana, D1ciembre 17
1
de 1960
""NO DE LA F:EFORI"'A AGRAF:IA"
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TO THE REVOLUTIONARY COURT OF THE
DISTRICT OF HHBANA
------------Dr. Fernanoo Colomar Lluch, Doctor of Law of the School of Habana,
defend1ng lawyer of Daniel Carswell, Edmund K. Taransky and Eustace Danbrunt,
amer1can c1t1:ens, whose general information apears 1n deta1l in clause N. 474 of
and whose character I have accred1ted 1n the above ment1oned clause, wh1ch
1
nas oeen determ1ned by th1s Court to be "aga1nst the 1ntegr1ty and stab1l1ty of the
natlon,•· ' 1n the eftect of fulf1ll1ng the representat1on that has been conferred upon
me, under the umbrella of resolut1ons in art1cles 70, 71 and 72 of the "Ley
de Luba en Armas" , in the name of my defendants, accord1ng to law, I
appear and state the tollowlng:------------------------------------------
Wlthln the stated 1n art1cle 72 , I came here to clear the posit1on I had been asked
l u CETend , and before iormulating my prov1s1onary conclus1ons, accord1ng to
art1cles 3 and 18 of such Ley Procesal de Cuba en Armas, in relat1on w1th art1cles
28, tn1rd paragraph of art1cle 174, Sixth Add1tiona l Trans1tory Disposition, all of
the Lonst1tut1onal Fundamental Law, and with the Act of September 16, 1960 of
the Court of Constitullonal and Social Rights, written 1n section 192 of 1960,
about matters of Unconstltutlonality, I AGREE TO FORMULATE and state, asP REV
I 0 U S Q U E S T 1 0 N the QUESTION OF COMPETENCE of the present ''Ordinary
War Council" wh1ch is des1gned to know of the present ClauseN. 474 of 1960,
requ1r1ng of 1NHI8ITION, and ask 1ng for the transfer of this present Clause and its
act1V1t1es to the Courts of Ord1nary Jusr1Sd1ction, for these courts are competent
and should know of such Clause, taking in cons1deration that the facts that appear
ana had been proven in the Summary, do not 1n any way demonstrate an anti-
revolutionary character (art. 67 Ley Procesal and Sixth Trans1tory D1spos1t1on> nor
they could be subscr1bed w1th1n any of tne spec1f1c ment1oned crimes as
anti-revolutionary cr1mes 1n the Law 425 of July 7, 1959,. for not hav1ng exact and
absolute correspondence between such facts and the legal formula appl1ed by
s;:onor l-1 scal , in h1s conclus 1ons. ----------.-----
------------Once stated th1s present PhEVIUUS QUESTION of 1ncompetency and
lnhlbltlon, I w1ll go to further to slate , w1th character of prov1s1onary, the
tal 1ow1ng concluslons :--------------------------------------------- --------
------------TO   FiRST: NOT The +acts dld not happen as descr1bed
by senut' F- 1 sea 1 , far f that; my represented Carswell , 1 ran sky and Dan brunt ,
are Tecnn1cal Eng1neers , spec1al1zed 1n Electrlcal, Mechan1cal and Electron1c
Eng1neet'1ng, and were INSTIGATED and INDUCED to came to Habana, aur1ng the1r
vacation 1n the month of September , 1960 , by the actual author of th1s facts by
d1rect part1clpat1on, 1nst1gator and inducer, Mr. Robert L. Nest, ( who was ordered
to abandon the Nat1onal Territory by the act1ng author1t1es at the beg1nn1ng of this
1nvest1gat1ons). The 1nv1tat1on was to arrange and adapt d1fferent aud1o and sound
record1ng 1nstalled on apartment N. 162 of Edificio de Retire Med1co
)ocated on 23 and 3 on Vedado. Before their arrival to Habana as tour1sts
on September B, 1960, such dev1ces were already connected to a microphone
prev1ously 1nstalled 1n the News Agency CHINA SINJUA located immed 1ately below
N. 162 1n the 17th floor of above mentioned bu1\d1ng.---------------
------------TO THE
NOT SATISFIED, the cr1mes referred to on the
qual1ticat1on of the Fiscal Ministry can not be accredited to my clients, if there
was any wrongdo1ng, It could only be aga1nst art1cles 7 and 10 of Law 698 of
January 22, 1960 . --------------------------------------
-------------TU THE lHIRD: NOT SATISFIED with statement of senor F1scal; my
clients cannot be judged_.as "immediate authors by d1rect participation" nor have
the chat' acter wh1ch 1s attr1buted to tnem, because they had no partic1pat1on 1n
the facts mentioned.
-------------¥0 THE FOURTH: NOT SATISFIED with statement of senor Fiscal .
-------------10 THE FIFTH : NOT SATISFIED with statement of F1scal Ministry,
for concurring w1th the PfiEVIOUS. QUESTION of Incompetency and inhibition, and in
case of of such, w1th reservation of the actions pointed 1n article 100 of
Ley Frocesal de Cuba en Armas, this Court shOLlld aosolve my clients of any cr1me
and order the1r Immediate release, for not having committed any
crime whatsoever, or in its defect, It should 1ssue an order of
deportation for Infraction of the Laws of Immigration.
--------------xxxxxxxxx I state first : The proof I intent to use 1n the oral
Judgement is as follow:
FlRSl : Oral confession of the defendants.
SECUND: Documental, private and publ1c records and documents
attacned, cons1st1ng of the following :
GKOUP N. 1: Cert1f1cat1on written by Mr. Lu1s F . Mendez, Ass1stant
Manaser of lraTflc, Pan Amer1can World Airways and Co . , issued 1n Habana on
No·:ewoer 3 , 17'60
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properly notar1:ed 1n Habana by doctor R1-naldo Lago Carbonell,
stat1ng that my cl 1ents Carswell, TransKy and Danbrunt, arr1ved in Habana from
Mlami as Tour1sts, on the 8 of September , 1960, flight N. 21, L1cence N. N65190,
whose narr,es appear In the passenger lists correspond1ng to such flight , arr1ving
1n Habana around 7 o'clock p . m.
Gr\OUr· N. 2: One copy of "Gaceta Of1cial de Ia Republica de Cuba", dated
Monday, September 26
1
1960 , annual N.186 . On page N. 23242 is pr1nted Decree N.
2777 OT Fore1gn fielations Ministry dated September 24 , 1960 , in wh1ch it 1s
stated that on that date The Republ 1c of Cuba opens diplomatic relations w1th
Popular fiepuolic of China w1th a rank of embassy.
GF;OUP N. 3 : One copy of "Gaceta OflClal d · Ia Republica de Cuba" dated
September 8 , 1960, annual N. 21 , page 8
1
"Convenio Comercial y de pages entre el
Gob1erno oe la RepublIca de Cuba y el Gobierno de Ia Republica Ch1na'' and
page 16 "Conven1o de C1entif1ca y tecnica entre el Gobierno de la
de Cuba y e1 Gobierno de Ia Republica Popular Ch1na . "
GROUF N. 4: One copy of the ne111spaper "REVOLUCION" of September 17,
page 1
1
11 and 17 , Information-written and graph1c-w1th photographs of the
places, copy of the Frutest Note of Fore1gn dated September 16
directed to the U3 Ambassador 1n Habana, related to the facts object of this
Case, everytn1ng publlshed under u,e title:   Spytng Network
Laptur·ed'' destined to spy and 1ntercept conversations of the News Agency China
located under thetr operat1ons headquarters.
bRUUP N. Copy of new5paper INFORMATION, of September 17
1
1960,
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page 1 and 6 , same 1nformat1on as above.
THIRD: Test1mony of senor Fiscal .
FOR ALL OF THE ABOVE :
To the Ord1nary War Cauncil, of the Revolutionary Court of the District of Habana,
I recommend to take th1s paper as presented, consider the clar1f1cation of th1s
case by my author1ty in representation of my clients and grant the Prov1sional
Conclus1ons of this defense, accept1ng the promot1on of the quest1on of
competence and inhib1tion
1
reserv1ng the r1ght to use the action of article 100 of
Ley de Cuba en Armas 1n case of den1al ; and based on the facts that
.;ppec.r· pro en lil the ciummary wh1ch by_ character do not const1tute any anti-
revel ut1onary crune, absol vetfreel y thY  
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decree1ng their 1.mmed1ate
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treedom, or 1n contrary prepar e tor their immed1ate deportation, as stated 1n Ley
of January 1960 .
1 ask for Just1ce 1n the name of my cl 1ents in HaDana , December 17, 1960.
Dr . Fernando Colomar Lluch ,
Colegio de Abogados de la Habana .
TO THE REVOLUTIONARY COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF HABANA
Flores Ibarra, F1scal, comes w1th the present paper to bring about to this
court, the disposition stated in article 70 of "Ley F'rocesal de Cuba en Arrr
1
as," to
present the case # 474 of 1969 about eradication from the Revolutionary Court of
District of Habana, instructed about crimes against our Sovereign Nation, to
formulate with provisionary character the following
CONCLUSIONS:
FIRST: It IS universally known about the kinds of aggressions that are
and had been perpetrated by the North Amet'ican imperial ism against the
kevo·lutionary Gover-nment of Cuba. Since immediately after the revolutionary
triumph, this imperial ism came to r·eal ize that the Revolutionar·y Gover·,,;,1c<rt e:{
Luba will not surrender, as previous governments had, to the d1ctates of the North
American monopolies, which in turn were guided through the AIT.er-·ican   in
our country. They also realized that this Revolutionary Government will work in
benefit of the l m<et' class and the poor
1
and against the Not'th American and
national interests that had been exploiting our people throughout all our
republican life.
Following the same politics of aggt'ession antJ with the purpose of
d1saol 1ng ·our sovereign and independent nation, Mr. Robert L. Nett and Marjorie A.
Lenno:<, (accused on this clause, who were given liberty based on their
employment with the American Embassy, who were acting on the interest of such
nation) plotted with the other accused Daniel Lester Carswell
1
Mario Wordlo,
Eustace H Dan Hunt and Bruno Conrad Taranaski
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to carry on spy1ng and bugging
operations towards the ne,;s agency of China, "Sinjau". This operations were
1mp1emented to obta1n Information useful to the U.S. Government on its derogatory
propaganda wr1 tten on foreign newspapers about our government. This opet'at ions
were used also to roadblock economic and d1pl omatic agr·ei?ments being stud1ed at
tne time between our nat1on and China by creating confl lets between the Popular
Government of Ch1na and Cuba.
With this goal in mind, they 1nstalled sound recording e1ectroric
equ1pment     oi Segura Medico Building, wh1ch is located immediately
above Apt.N.162 occupied by news a3ency Sinjau. The Installation Involved
perforation of wails ana floor tnroc<gr, wh1ch they placed cables and microphones
util i:ed to get access to pertinent Information to their spying operations.
SECOND: Th1s facts reveal a character of cnme against our National
Secur1ty, stated and defined on article 128 of Out' Social Defense Code, as
mojifled by Law #435 of 1959.


THIRD: The names of the responsible parties involved in the above
ment1oned facts are: Robert L. Nett , Marjorie A. Lennox , Daniel Lester Carswell,
Mario Wordio, Eustace H. Dan Hunt and Emuno Conrad Taranski.
FOURTH : No modifying circumstances to the criminal responsibility are
found.
FIFTH: The accused have 1ncurred upon a sanction of thirty years of
den1al of thelr libert1es and should be imposed by this Court to all w1thout
exemption.
The Fiscal will base his argument on the following witness es to be cjted
jud1c1ally:
1. Manuel Suares Alvares, G-2
2. Feli x Suares Alvares, G-2
3. Fermin Fornoso Zambrana, G-2
La Habana, December 17, 1960
' YEAR OF THE AGRARIAN REFORM"
I
CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
Mr. Alan J. Weberman
6 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012
Dear Mr. Weherman:
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20505
2 5 OCT 1977
Tltis is in response to your requests set forth in your
letters, dated 2 August 1977 and 5 September 1977, as well
as one which is undated, but postmarked 29 September 1977
and received on ll October 1977 in this office.
Enclosed, Tab A, please find, per your request, a copy
of segregable portions of a purchase order for a copy of
your book, Coup D'Etat in America. The only deletion in-
volved was an internal Agency marking which was excised
under the exemption provisions of subsection (b)(3) of the
Freedom of Information Act. The applicability of that
exemption was explained to you in our earlier correspondence.
The book, together with an index card, are in the Historical
Intelligence Collection section of the CIA Library. Please
note that these items hardly qualify as "records" within the
purview of the Freedom of Information Act. The above deter-
mination was made by Mr. Harry C. Eisenbeiss, Director of
the Office of Central Reference.
Enclosed also, Tab B, is a copy of Document No. 997-
930. It is a duplicate of Document No. 733-316-A, which had
previously been released to you with certain portions deleted.
The deleted sections in both documents arc withheld on the
basis of exemptions (b) (1), (b) (2), and (h) (3) of the Freedom
of Information Act. Tl1e applicability of these exemptions
has also been explained to you in previous correspondence.
As you are aware, Document No. 6-3 was disseminated on
10 October 1963 only to the Department of State, the Federal
Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Navy. Document
6-3 represents the Agency record of the electrical dissemi-
nation which was made to these agencies on the above elate.
Concerning your repeated request for a copy of a glossy
photo of Lyclmullia Prussakova, we would refer you to our
r
letter of 25 July 1977 wherein we advised you that we have
no copies of photos of Lydmullia Prussakova, so identified,
in the files which have been reviewed. If you have received
a xerox copy of a photo of her from this Agency, please send
us the number of this document in order that we might deter-
mine, or at least try to determine, the cause of your confusion.
(z.o3)
Conc.-:rning your query about "DilF 25 May 1960," please
be advised that this document was one of those referred to
the l'ederal Bureau of Investigation for their review. Its
date is sometimes given as "12 ~ l   y 1960," and it originated
with that Bureau's Fort Worth/Dallas Field Office.
Per your request, we l1ave added your name to the list
of requesters who will be notified at the time that we have
completed the review of the documents related to the so-
called Garrison Investigation.
Before we can process your requests concerning William Pawley
and Carlos Prio Soccarras, we will need further identifying
information concerning them and if deceased, a notarized
affidavit from their next of kin authorizing this Agency to
release information concerning them to you.
We also acknowledge the receipt of your request for
copies of documents in a file which you describe as 201-
219782, and will be in touch wlth yea on this matter in a
separate letter.
Finally, your request concerninP "llanicl L. Carswell,"
who you suggest may he identical w:th "Bruce N. Carswell,"
has been reviewed carefully. It is our determination that
any documents which might exist which would be responsive to
your request and which reveal any CIA connection with or
interest in matters relating to his imprisonment "by Fidel
Castro for bugging ChicomEmb/Ilavana Sept. 14, 1960" and,
indeed, any data that might reveal the existence of any such
records would be duly classified under criteria set forth in
Executive Order 11652. Accordingly, and pursuant to the
authority of exemption (b)(l) of the FOIA, this is to advise
that this Agency will not grant access to any records that
may ex.ist which might he responsive to your request. By
this answer, we are neither denying nor confirming that any
such records exist.
It has been determined further that the fact of the
existence or nonexistence of ~ u c h records, if any, would
relate to information pertaining to intelligence sources and
methods which the Director of Central Intelligence has the
responsibility to protect from unauthorized disclosure in
accordance with section l02(d)(3) of the National Security

Act of 1947 and section 6 of the Central Intelligence Agency
Act of 1949. Accordingly, such records, if any, are denied
pursuant to exemption (b)(3) of the Freedom of Information
Act.
The above determination was made by Mr. David S. Brandwein,
Office of Technical Services.
As specified in the f<reedom of Information Act, I am
advising you of your right to appeal the above decisions by
addressing your appeal to the CIA Information Review Committee,
via the undersigned.
Sincerely,
l;ene I'. Wilson
Information and Privacy Coordinator
Enclosures: Tabs A & B
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Mr. Farley Powc1s, JJ.
Clerk, United Distri.ct l_'otu
Eastern District o[ Virginia
200 Soutll Washington Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22309
13 June 1978
Ro: to Dl\.Nlgr_.

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E. HcnvcL•-d Ilnnt, .Jr ..
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U.S.D.C., D.S. Pla., C.A. No. CIV-S1ffi
On 26 May 1978 the attached subpOr'na cLin>cted tu a
DANIELL. CARSWELL was served uporl an official of this
Office, pursuant to this Agency's re0ulations, by a u.s.
Harr;hal. The:   cor1rt2nds nppcarance at
a to be taken in t!1c case on
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Upon receipt of the j r_:t_al:-=-,cd to h•_=;
conductcrl a search oi all appropriate pcn;onne l rc,cords of
this Agency, and based upon that inquiry have now determined
th.Cl t no indi v ldtEll by the nclme of DANIEl, L. CARS\'/ET,L j s
(',llllny:•d hy thE' C'e'lLrdl Tllt-( •
  Office clo2.:.i n:>t llc!VC' clillllor_l!y -t-_(_) uf LhC>
a.ttdC]F:d :1nd r dlH i j 1·; Yt'll fnJ  
di Dy copy of let!_(_ r ,llll not i
!'larv.i.n fn!- :_/)c' (l(•ft•nc"LlnL, our .;ct .ion
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ADMINISTRATIVE:
INTERNAL SECURITY - CUBA;
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concern· the various legal proceedings relative to motions
and adjournments subsequent to arrest, and concludes with
the recent prisoner exchange effected between the United
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"No Advance Notice
"When the swappees were flown out of International,
neither Port Authority police nor officials at
the field had any advance notice, and the plane's flight
plan was tilled with the tower only minutes before its
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In add1tbn to headlines the "Net/ York News,"
final ed1t1on_isoue, April 25, 19t3, page 2, carried
tollo\i1ng article, date line \·!ashl.ngton, April· 24 (AP): (IA.J
"Three Central Intelligence Agents were among the
21 American prisoners \·Thom FIDEL Sl'ta?ped for four
or his follouers held in this country, Cong:-essional
sources said
"They said the Cuban prime m1n1eter \'las a\•Iare that
some of the men he \·:as turning loose worked for the CIA. .
att it was not clear whether he 1-ras certain of their 1dent1t1es{'l.(. >
"The CIA declined to"c9mment on the report, as
other government officials.
"BJ.t qualified infm:-mants indicated that the secret
agents were three men who firsured in a 1960 case in \'Thich
Cubans accused them of eep!onage. The are
of "l. Y. . ...; EUSTACE H.X'DANBRUNT
:ltimore EDr.fiJND   or pew York __ Ci tx
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directed against the Ne\·1 China Agency office. The /
Cuban government said they had tapped wires of the
"Secretary Held and Released
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briefly, ·then expelled, a u. s. embassy employef, t-irs. MARJORIE
A. LENNOX, secretary to the commercial attache. The Cubans .

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Reference ia made to -----memorandum dated ----------
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A. D This covers the preliminary investigation and no further action concerninc
a full investigation will be taken by this Bureau unless the Department ao directl.
B. 0 The investigation ia continuing and you will be furnished copiee of
reports as they are received.
C. 0 The investigation requested by you has now been completed. Unleas
advised to the contrary no further inquiries will be made by this Bureau.
D. 0 Pursuant to instructions issued by the Department, no inveetication will
be conducted in this matter unless epecifically directed by the Department.
E. 0 Please advise whether you desire any further investication.
5!! F. D Tbia is eubmitted for your information and you will be advised offurther
FCR • developments.
CLASSlFlCATlON
ACUON G. )(ZJ This ie submitted for your information and no further inveatication will
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taken by this Bureau unleu the Department eo ; ; .. vc!-',A; ll-'!' ;0N::.1 :>i.l>
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statements. where indicated. explain this deletion.
0 Deletions were made pursuant to the exemptions indicated below with no segregable material
available for release to you.
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LAW OFFICES
LEVY, GUTMAN, G O LDBERG & KAPLAN
LEOPOLD LEVY IQI3•1Q2Q
THI!:ODORE GUTMAN IQI3· (Q-48
GEORGE GOLDe ERG IQI 3·1Q80
.JEREMIAH S . GUTMAN
PHILI P KAPLAN
E UGENE N HARLEY
A.J.
318 Third Avenue, #520
New York, New York 10010
Dear A.J.:
March 10, 1992
Re : Tramp
275 SEVENTH AVENUE , SUITE 1770
NEWYORK, N . Y . 10001
TELEPHONE 212 / 807-9 7 33
FAX 12121 807· Q737
  OP',.ICI:
2 RIVJ!:RVIJ!:W PLACJ!:
  H . Y 1070&
I got a call today from the Technical Advisory Service for
Attorneys (TASA), which located the experts for me . I was asked
whether they could do anything further for me. I told them of
Mr . Fahey's inability to evaluate a frontal with a profile shot
and said that I respected his care and conservatism, but that if
a qualified expert could be found who would be to
undertake such a comparison, I would be pleased of that
person's identity. TASA promised to look and qet to me.

JSG/ wl
Sincera{y,
Cfr
Jeremiah s . Gutman
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LAW Of'f'ICES
LEVY, GUTMAN, GOLDBERG C5t KAPLAN
LE:OPOLD LE:VY
THEODORE: OUTMAN IQI3•1Q•8
OE:OROE OOLD81!:RO IQI3·1Q80
..JE .. EMIAH 5 . OUTMAN
PHILIP KA,.LAN
E:UOENE N HARLEY
Mr. Dennis J. Fahey
Physical Evidence Consultants
Valley Park Professional Center
2517 Highway 35
Building I, Suite 103
Manasquan, NJ 08736
Re: AJ
Dear Mr. Fahey:
275 SEVENTH AVENUE, SUITE 177C
NEWYORK, N . Y . 10001
TELEPHONE 212 / 807·97 33
FAX 1212) 807· Q737
Wlr:.TCHIE:STIE." Ol'.,tCC
2 .. IVI!: .. VII!:W "LACE
HASTIHO&-ON-HUOSON , N . Y . 10708
Qlo4 / o478· 355G
March 6, 19S2
Thank you for your careful report of February 18.
We have just come up with another photograph, a print a which we
enclose and ask you whether you are in a position, and upon what
basis, to compare this photograph with the three previously
examined by you to render your opinion as to whether this person
is the same as those in the photographs previously examined by
you.
If the protocol is that we
through TASA, please advise me
way.
should make the  
and I will be happ¥ to work that
/
I look forward to hearing from you. Incident lly( I have the
negative which I will be happy to send if you r it.
yours,
s. Gutman
JSGjmw
bee: AJ Weberman

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