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STATE P'I LK NO.____
III:CISTIIAII S NO 01.
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OmCE OF THE MEDICAL EXAMINER/ Dade County
NAME OF DECEASED EDWIN B. KAISER
CAUSE OF DEATH:
Multiple injuries
Due To:
Blunt trauma
TOXICOLOGY FINDINGS:
Blood:
Urine:
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Ethanol - 0.01%
Methanol - Negative
Acid & Basic Scans - Negative
' Ethanol- 0.01%
Methanol - Negative
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Morphinans, Methadone
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Cocaine ,
Barbiturates , Amphetamines, Benzodiazepines
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Associate Medical Examiner
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NAME OF DECEASED   ___
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EXTERNAL EXAMINATION:
The body is that of a 44 year old_Cauc asian male with a length of
5 feet 8 inches and a weight of 184 pounds . The scalp hair is brown and
is normally distributed. No significant lacerations are identified. The
irides are gray-brown and surround equally dilated pupils . The facial
feature s are not unusual. The oral cavity is free of obstructions . The
neck contains a midline trachea and no lacerations or contusions are
evident . The chest is symmetrical and the breasts appear normal . No
masses are palpated in the abdomen. The external genitalia is that of
a normal male adult . Both l ower extremities show no fractures or
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congenital deformities. A fracture of the left wrist, along with an
overlying laceration is noted on the left upper extremity . A disloca·ted
third middle finger is noted on the left hand.
INTERNAL EXAMINATION:
The pleural cavities are glistening, smooth , and shiny, and free
of significant abnormalities. Both lungs contain a moderate amount of
anthracotic pigmentation.
The pericardial sac is glistening and shiny and shows no significant
abnormalities .
The heart weighs 330 grams. The epicardium is glistening and shiny
and overlies a dark red-brown myocardium which is free of scars o r
fibrosis. Both right and lef t coronary arteries are widely patent and
the valves and chambers are their normal configuration and size . The
great vessels arise from their usual positions and show no congenital
abnorma l ities.
The right lung weighs 700 grams and the left weighs 810 grams.
Both lungs appear grossly normal a nd the pare nchymal surfaces are free
of scars or tumors . The pulmonary vasculature is free of thrombi or
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emboli and the right and left bronchi, trachea and larynx are free of
foreign bodies.
The abdominal organs are arranged in their usual positions and
locations and are free of congenital abnormalities.
The liver weighs 1830 grams . The parenchymal surface is tan-brown
and free of tumor masse s or scars .
The spleen weighs 220 grams and shows no significant abno rmalities .
Both right and left kidneys each weigh 200 grams. The capsules
strip with ease and overlies a normal appearing cortical surface. The
rena l pelves, ureters, and bladder are free of obstructions .
The endocrine organs are grossly within normal limits.
The alimentary canal including the esophagus, stomach, small and
large intestines are free of obstructions.
The brain weighs 1530 grams. There is presence of massive sub-
arachnoid hemorrhage along with multiple contusions over the entire
surface of the brain . The cerebral cortices are symmetrical and show
focal areas of superficial tissue destruction and necrosis . A moderate
degree of uncal and a significant amount of tonsillar herniation is
present . A massive amount of subdural and epidural hemorrhage is
l ocated in a generalized manner over both hemispheres .
Superficial hemorrhages are noted over the cerebellum. The brainstem
shows the presence of hemorrhage in its central aspect and extends from
the pons to the medulla. Multiple fractures of the skul l involving the
frontal, parietal, and temporal bones, bilaterally , with associated
middle ear hemorrhage , are present . A significant a mount of subgaleal
hemorrhage is also noted under the s calp .
A fracture dislocation invol ving the cervical vertebrae (6 & 7)
along with cord compression is also noted . A moderate to significant
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amount of hemorrhage is present in the soft tissues immediately anterior
to the involved bone .
AUTOPSY FINDINGS:
1) Multiple injuries (skull and wrist fractures; massive cerebral
hemorrhage and contusions; fr actures of cervical vert ebrae with
cord compression) due to blunt trauma

CHARLES A. DIGGS,
Associate Medical Examiner
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AFFIDAVIT
1. Your affiant is a Special Agent of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation, CARL J. LOWRY, and has been so employed
for approximately eight years.
from the U . S . Department of State
2. Information has been received/by the Federal
Bureau of Investigation that EDWIN BENJAMIN KAISER, J R., was
arrested in Tel·· Aviv, Israel on March 2, 1976, for illegally
entering the country of Israel on a forged United States passport,
\vhich had been issued to JEROlVIE SCHNEIDER on Augus·t 10, 1971
at Miami, Florida. The passport bore number Bl740219.
3. The information further reflects KAISER altered
the United Sta·ces passport by removing the photogr aph of SCHNEID&q
on that passport and replaced it with his own.
4. r1r. JEROME SCHN"-EIDER advised that he obtained the
passport in August, 1971, made one trip to Europe in September,
1971 r eturning to Miami, Florida with said passport, which he
placed in his belongings a·t Miami, Florida.
5. In February or March, 1976, KAISER's
advised SCHNEIDER that KAISER was in Israel and using SCHNEIDER's
identification ..
U. S. Magistrate,
Southern District of Florida,
rliiami , Florida
SA   J. LOWR , FBI, Mi aml, Florida
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CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20505
4 January 1982
A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, N. Y. 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
This is in response to your letter of 13 July 1979 in which
you appeal the decision of this Agency to deny you access to
documents regarding James H. Buchanan and those regarding Edwin
B. Kaiser. The Federal Bureau of Investigation referred these
- documents to the CIA following your Freedom of Information Act
request to that Bureau.
Your letter has been presented to the Central Intelligence
Agency Information Review Committee. Pursuant to the authority
delegated under section l900.5l(a) of Chapter XIX, Title 32 of
the Code of Federal Regulations, Mr. John H. Stein, the Deputy
Director for Operations, has reviewed the documents, the deter-
minations made with r espect to each document and the propriety of
applying the cited exemptions to the Freedom of Information Act.
Mr. Stein's determinations concerning the documents
rega rding James H. Buchanan are as follows:
Document No.
and Descr iption
1. Cable,
30 May 1964
2. Cable,
31 May 1964
Determination
Confirm denial
in entirety
Confirm denial
in entirety
Exemption Basis
(b)(l), (b)(3),(b)(6)
(b)(l), (b)(3), (b)(6)
With regard to your appeal of the Agency's denial to y ou of
documents concerning Edwin B. Kaiser, Mr. Stein's determinations
are as follows:
1. Memorandum,
dated
22 Jul y 1969
2. Me morandum,
dated
20 August 1973
Rel e ase in part;
previously denied
in entirety
Confirm denial
in entirety
(b)(l), (b)(3), (b)(6)
(b)(l), (b)(3), (b)(6)
3. Memorandum,
dated
25 June 1976 (not
25 June 1973 as
previously stated
in initial response)
Confirm denial
in entirety
(b)(l), (b)(3)
As you know, exemption (b)(l) encompasses matters which are
spe cifically authorized under criteria established by Executive
Order 12065 to be kept secret in the interest of national defense or
foreign policy and which are, in fact, currently and properly
classified. Exemption (b)(3) pertains to information exempt from
disclosure by statute. The relevant statutes are subsection
102(d)(3) of the National Security Act of 1947, as amended, 50
u.s.c. 403(d)(3) which makes the Director responsible for protecting
intelligence sources and methods from unauthorized disclosure, and
section 6 of the Central Intellience Agency Act of 1949, as amended,
50 U.S.C. 403g, which exempts from the disclosure requirement
information pertaining to the organization, functions, names,
official titles, salaries or numbers of personnel employed by the
Agency. Exemption (b)(6) applies to information the disclosure of
which would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of the privacy
of an individual other than the requester.
Enclosed you will find a copy of the document which it has been
determined on appeal can be released to you as sanitized. In
accordance with paragraph (4)(b) of subsection (a) of the Freedom of
Information Act, you may request judicial review of the above deter-
minations in a United States district court.
We regret that so much time has e lapsed ~ i n   e you appealed our
original response to your requests. Your patience and consideration
in this matter are appreciated.
Sincerely,
Enclosur e
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3. On the basis of the limited data avai lable, the
files of this Agency contain no identifiable information
on Ed KAISER.
FOR THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR PLANS :
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""'" ,,.,, wr11er 1 disclosures Is _bngelic·,_
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law "£fil""i"Cement w nfirmtC- :;;.;; :Cc OJJL"Jiih'«:-
Tl'IUtEthy It recehed a ti'Pt exp:rt knowled&e Ot
or a phone conver; tlrearro,i:,ioa exp!o \'tsancs-
sation wah Gaines\' ille Eight who admjts 1he once tried to
defendant Scott Camil Jut convmce a TV crew 1he wu
aummer from a     woman in Watergate,"
now uys 1he wasn't.
woman Inform- Rohan is married to ·
er also sup;> lied Information lawyer _LAureru.:a
alle&edly linking the Water• ,Eohan She works lOr znoth•
cate tars with the bur· er· lawyer, Martin.. BUtS" jn
glary nf the Chilean Embassy sr.e told her Stdf)' in •
last May, the oCiicials said. to U.S. D•stuct
But the state officials said Jld&e W. 0. Mehrtens -oa
they didn't tell the FBI May 23, alter . readin& a
because the infonnation Herald 1tory which for the
·--was not worthy of dissernl• fIr It time Identified
a ln-
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. • • · - '! · ra ._ r   \iV 1\ W, anci oCiered w IICI1
· Cafe ar,ainst Camil and other
VI•Jtntm Veterans A gains ; them IUDS.
the W•u: . .J.ustice Depariment
,prosecutor Guy Goodwm has
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·Insisted under oath that the
Jovemment knew of
• overhearings of
lny kind of any con\'ersa-·
.tions of the defendants," u-
. cept for one co:l\'crsation be·
1\lRS. ROHAN made an- !
other sworn atatement Wed·
nesday, to State Attorney
Richard Gerstein. Source& tn
'(jerstein'l office say ste .
; c;11.lmed-.econd·hand- knoWI•
&tUer<»f-a- possible- plot 1.0
w.usin& the Democratic
we - presidential-candidate,
twe-en Camil and co-defen-
!o'ant Alton Foss of Hialeah.
· -· . The Upe In the Florida of.
llclats• possession, however
b reportedly a copy of a rcc:
orded call between Camil and
l'ablo Fernandez, a  
who was an informer for the
·FBI and the Police De-
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,l.lomu.-.Ea&Jetoa. ; · .•
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A."''D mE woman Inform·
.er claims under oath that \he
·w.s. offered "a ropy of the
fiT papers" w b I c h
ftrnanljer told her were
In the embassy bur&Ja •
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Watergate case were :
, tedly hearsay, Mrs. Rohan'• .
Information about the alleged
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WA W entrapment appears .
to be first hand, uid.
They quoted ller as sayinc
1he was p r e s e n t when

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• ACCOP.DL\'G to Mrs.
]:o!un, th'! \·ererans noC
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"· !::t.toC\·cr • that
U.ey Clr lcslrt'd to
purchas1 Cl!':t !J:1g!e .
Sf nee   of the terre.
tary's swom :ct.trerr.cnt!, The
hu confirmNJ that
Mrs. Roha!'l supplied the
<:tmil tape and oti:cr infor.
m Ilion to the Fbrid3 Depa;",.
Jn!nt ct uw E."lforcemer·L
"Scmer.i=Jc! • b e ·
cfilectly Co Director Wi:lia.n
1tud, wl:o enlisted L'le aid or ·
· fpmer Florida Gov. CiJude
' J:irk to get Mrs. Roh.ln's
<:uban grandmother Into ' tbe
1Jnlted States. .
• In f.:lter'\'iews with The
Herald, Florida
of Law Enforcement ofiicials
!Lave admitce:f they paid her
• . expenses. In rerum she
• worked In the deoartment's
commJnd post In
the Howard Johnson's motel
on LeJeune Road Jn Miami,
translating Spanish language
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•heels of yellow le&al pape'.
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_ ,sHE WAS known then as
Balulto. The last n••ne
was th!t ol her first husband,
a Bay o: Pigs
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P .. SHE (A.IIJGIE) called and
l·otunteered to with
us,'' Reed says ... She ha1 t
:.Ot of connections 1n t.te
Cuban community.• •
• Angie's offer was accepi·
ed. She aays she worked
d:recUy for Reed a!ld
blm wfretap tape.
hey, the In charge of
co:wentlon Intelligence, uys
she ;:ave the tape to him. not
t" Reed, his ooss. Rut It was
r.eea v:r.o mtrooucea tum 10
Key uys.
Reed did not deny In so
manv words that An;:ie gave
the tape to him. "I don't re·
· call ge-tting it personi.lly," he
said. ' 'If ahe handed it to 1M.
( • ·ould have it ove:r
.:.0 Jade Key.• i
• KEY SAYS Angie told h1.n
:hat certain Mla.miu..s were
Involved lD • a temonstra•.
Blits: ein. boss, told .a.
! reporter; .. Sb.e can knock out
· ·your eve with a mat:hrne run. , . tlon at the Chilun embasq .
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Reed, the state's top law•. Herdcl 'n;x>rter told blm
Jr.'lln, s11y1 be frnt met AnJie • : ll;- Key said, that the
Jt\·eral ago at the t:nl· C:'1iiean was bur-
V•!rs:ty of Miami, where lhe ,lar!zcd on the·· weekend of '
in the registrar't Jf• Mav 13·14. 19i2. ' ·
flee &:-;d ht W3J director of One wtei<eond befote that. :
. &he Law - : • arcup of Miami Cuban .
Last su:Dmer,     . Ues wer.t to Wash!ntto:\ witil
hned to as dtrector · · Bernard Barker to br:ak up
• #Jf the state law leftist demonsuations at the
at;ency end a top security of· tw:eri.l of FBI Director J.
. fi •]ial lor the two nat ional £ d
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a i Hoover. Two
• -<onventll)ns. His men, hea!i· :. r•eekends after the Chilean
ed by _f1:>rida Department l!t.' Emhny burgJ3ry, tht fint
• LAw ' ¥l;stcr .. !te b:eu-ln occurred.
.. Key, .. J'!• (. tarite; and five were
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· have evtr filed
fir the embassy b\Jr&!luy, .
r K.EY L'\SlSfS he ntver
the fBl (•r any 01 her .
federi.l age:.-:1 about 'the
· wiretap or   Rohan's em-
. bassy lnforution - eveu
· thouth .. 1 k::n." there was a

The reasoo he did not ull
the FBl, Key said, was that
the lnronn•tk-:1 did not 1eem
at the time to oe specific fvi•
dencc, and A!rs. Rohan .., .• ,
my source ar.d rm &Oinl to
protect my scrJrCe. •
Law enforcement agencies
do not revut. e.,·en to each
. other, the of
·. 1confidential sources," Y.cy
a:aid. So he DOt Jnci&U.e
: Mrs.   Information .•
• lJi'=finit to the
Arious who relied
· on 'fi:e Cepsrtment
-of Law Inf::n:::ent's lntelli·
ience •
· 1ecuritv infor::::uion.
IM Key t :! include the ln·
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director or and
lnformalloa.
THOSE .. stop-
ped are." Williams said
Thursday. 'T.-.e lnformatioa
, was not ptr..:Oent to the •
Uvity we ..-ce 1:1vo!ved ln. ID
·my Judgme=t. It was on
worthy of l !ssemlnatJoo ko
)ther agenc'.cs... .
Willian:.s said he wu UD•
' lfn 'ber owo sworn stat«:·
' m::nts to Judie )fehrtens arcl
G !Utein. Mrs. Rohan ls dt·
scn'bed by lnvesti,ators as
aiso sayir.c that: •·
0 Contrary to whJt
TernaMez hu  
. told fun:!r.dez
&(Teed to WOrk for Si00 .1
.,.eek anci recruit 15 or.he:
n•en at the S3IT.t S!lary •··
.. ate disturbance .. ·
_ • r:\'eJ!.tion.
-Hm<mciez v.-a-
by Euten:g I:
one Of Ule cc:nict
ed Watergate bu:z!ars, anr
tilfll'!d It down. According l ·
Rohan. ti:e pi :m v.·a
shelved only because tile We.
• p-ocp w01s caugot be
lore the coo\·ention.
! : • 0 She beu..one aware c
the Watergate plans tn con
versations ,.-ith Ferr.andez
Mrs. Rohan said. On oM oc
casion Fernandez took t:er t ·
lunch at a L'Jm'5 restaurar.
and told her, "You're £:lit:
to leanr how to play spy."
. _o uun"' the summe
Mrs. .Kocan mHoe wrtll':
· · a->te' on what she Jeamec.
Her ootes mention that
• VP-re plans for other &rO>lf:
to cause other trouole:
-what they were
to be looking for was '•i•
Go-.·em's running m3te." 1-.
this point ln her nores.
wrote the word, ••assassin<
tJon," 1nd drew a questic.
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aware of th! Justice Depart• ; · · ... o· She was told the FI
ment's claim, ln the VV AW - of the Watergate
conspiracy a .\e. that there before the June 17 atTe.st!. 1
had been no tle<:tronic ea\'es- ' her sworn at!ternents,
dropping on t.'lc defendants. • Rohan nys this inforrnati(
"I hadn't followed the was apparently l
case. I had interest ln it. • Pablo Femande% t:
· be said: Mlaml Police Depart!:lent.
the case Ml:1Cl pollee oWc!ais h.!·.
agarnst the Is oot pr:v!o'.1S1Y C:
based on Good·   p..,.e the:n Jor:
win. the Jw;Jca Department tdoP- June !
prosecutor, t.as • al d ba atout clan-.:estine aC:l\•itv
•11rveyed rt'ot:l federal · w
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sbin&ton by t ro·
c es to mut sure they didc ' T•tiamL Accord in:: to
bJg the WAW. C:hief Bernard Garmire ar
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..aient did net. Jist the FJonoa · r,ot pused to the f :
Law Enforce- . because it did not seem re .
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to t'w
of May 4-6 on tte
tl4me plane taken by Barkl!t,
Vemandez and otl:ers w''O
1t.arted fights at Hoover't fta.
neral She claims thls wa1 a ·
:..cOincidence; she was goiar
as a courier for a Jaw· ·
yer, 1he says, and knew
oothing. at that time, of the
Wat.ergate plans.
But she t\•entuaTJy learned,
she uld, that every member
ctf the Buker Rroup ..
flrmed 11Vith a UZI from Itra•
.tj. a lubmac.hlne JUO." • I
f • Jri P.narnl, Mrs. Rolian
ahe was told. there 11VU •
plan that some
to attaclc the headqtar•
lltrs of BAM.\! (Ibe Bl.•ck
f r l can Militant MC:,·e·
This 11VU c:alll'd off
bj police request, she uid.
Sources ot the State Attor·
ccy':; r .• .;icateci
they aome doukrc •""•"t
this a:!':!    
11Vblch Mrs. Rohan says she
learned through Fernandez.
since ber knowledge would
ueceuarily be hearsay.
• But 1 m
claims she personally wit•
nesstd one attempt to entrap
the VVAW into purci1asinc
wupons, these aourccs said. ·
1HEY Quon her u aay •
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"portedly has 1worn. 1be
. was prese!lt wben Ftmandee
offered weapons to a WAW
member ldentlfltd onJy u
.. Dan...,
She quotes the \·eteran 11
replying. "'\Ve o a I y want
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:tcndants were lndicled J11l7
tor con spin!:!' to ClLJJe 'II- •
olenee at the con\·entlou
wIth automatic " 'eapot\1,
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,allngshots and 0'-'ler devicea.
Judge Mehrtu.s v•u out ot
· .Miami Thursday ad eotld
DOt be reached for commeot
"'about "''hat Ktion, fr any,
tooic after rKeh·;nl Mrs.
. Rohan's Information 23.
Key. the florida
ment of Law Enforcement
agent said Thursday :hat h'-
Jadv Informer t11ld him t.nt
rt.unmer that  
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:ft'eapons for tJo..eVVAW . .
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lnow them that Fcrru.n;tu:
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•'ere the ones who ata:"tecl
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7, 1972, IOC; SCOTT CAMIL, ET Al; A PJ. - CONSPIRACY; EID.
THE 6/8/73, OF TilE • rUAr11 HERALtr CARRIED
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ADi11TS RECEIVING OUG TAPE FROM LADY SPY.· ARTICLE
RELATES FORMERLY KNOIIJN AS .n_!-!GIE-
\j BASULTO, FURrH S liED A 5':10 RN STATE!"£ fJT T 0 USDJ "-'. O. HR TE ..
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WHO SPIED Orl THE VVfo.':!, MID OFFERED TO SELL THE!'! •
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ACCORDING TO THE ARTICLE, MRS. ROHAN MADE
SlATEMENT ON f./6/73
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TO DfiDE COUNTY STATE ATTORNEY
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  6/7/73, LAST MRS. BAS•JLTO
                  _EE N_S_COl..T- CA-Nl.L A:J!> SLO
.1 BASL•LTO ALSO TOLD FDLE THAT CERTAIN MIAI1IAGS
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J£ NEVER TOLTJ THE FBI oq ANY OTHER FEDERAL ADO'.' I HE.
•wzR-::TAP" OP. EASl'LTO" S lfH'OP.MATION BECA'JSE
THE I NFOR T I l> ID r·! OT SEEM AT THE TIME TO 8 E SPECIFIC
EVIDENCE, •'iAS fJOT 'IIORTHY OF DISSE:UN/\TION," AtiD €
BASULTO f'lY SOIJRCE AND 1' !'1 GOING TO PROft:CT MY
FDLE ACCORDING TO
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SAID BAS tiL TO VOLUNTEERED TO '110 \HT H FDLE LAST SU  
l£R EXP ENSES PAID AtlD SHE :·!OP.KED AT F'DLE I'J tl
POST, Mli"Ml, TRANSLATING SPANISH LAfJGUAGE MP.TE!HI\L
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AND Tl PIS OUT lOtlG HP. ND I   REPORTS.
REPOqTEDLY THAT SHE OFFERED
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5TOLEN IN Ef'E.f\SSY BtJqGLARY.
PEP01TS BASULTO ONCE TRIED TO n
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TV_CRE\f SHE •tHE IN WATERGAtE•, BUT NO':I SHE
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IN STATEMENT TO DADE COIJfiTY STATE S
OFFICE, BASHLTO REPOP.Tf:OLY Clf\IMe:.D Sf!COND  
CF A POSSIBLE PLtJT TO Tl£ DEMOCRI\TIC VIC£
mESIDEtJTIAL CANDIDATE, HHO LATER OUT TO BE
  SHE CLAII"'ED THEY ':!ERE SUPPlSEO TO   !!C
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AT THIS IN HER NOTES, SHE WROTE THE WORfD •
AND A Qt_II::STIOfJ BESIDE IT. STATE 4TTORNE'r S OFFI-:E
SJURCES TOLD • fo11t,MI HEF.ALD"' BASULTO SAID WAS  
FER '!0 EZ OFFER ED TO SUPPLY VVA ';/ WITH :UBAN 1M ;::A PO   'Hil
·cOULD BE TIJRrEO INTO GUNS i3Y It! A LITTL;::
PIECE OF SHE SAID SHE WAS PRESENT i-!HEt!
OFFERED TO. WA':' r.i:: r·131!:R IDEfHIFlED ONLY AS
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FOLE, MIAMI,   CONTACTED, G/ 5/73.
JE CONFlf\i·lEO WO!lKEC FOR F1>LE DURING BOTH
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POLITICAL
St£ CONTACTED FDLE DIRECTOR
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AUTHORIZED CONTACT. -DESCRIBED BASULTO AS
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"THE IN WATEF\GfiTE." SIC:: DID fU3l!ISH LAS..LSUtf1ER I;JJ
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PURPORTED TO BE TAPE OF F'ERNI\NDEZ-CAI1IL TELEPHONE COWVERSAT lOH
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"1EMONST RA Tl OrJ'" AT CHI tEAt: Ef'bAS SY • THIS llJFl) S Ef.   JF
SIGNIFICAIICE, AtiD SH:: DID lWT BREAK-UJ OR BU'!t;Lt."tY.
_... :H D HE HAD B2EU Ir:TE D BY ELDER FOR A!:IJ \.'i..:
I'ENTIONEC E.LDER SEVERAL TII"ES ASJ<r.D Hlf1
'l:t\S FOP. FBI. HE TOLD ELDER KS WAS NOT
FOR Fl31.
HE F.SCALLED BEING CONTACTEO
DADE courHY P'J3LIC SAFETY D:!:PI\RTr£tJT, JUST PRIOR TO
REP UB LI Cfl H tlfl T I O'JAL COtJ V:: Pn' 10 r•, TO POSS18L E F'D LE S Tr. OF
81\SIJLTO.
THr.T €/tl/73, H:: WILL TO
m1 OFFICE DASULTO FDLE F'ILE FOR
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V> HE "T 00 I< AROU !JD"' OIJ RI 'IG CONVC: rn 10 NS A NO S P.OLtr-lfT
TO EXILE HE DID FURNISH HER COPY OF
TAPE RECOR OED CO UVER5A Tl mJ H SCOTT CA MIL El\ RL n:n Sr:
DATE HE FURUISHEil OF THE TAPE CONVERSATIOtl TO ':f1
PHf. MI. THIS ABOUT 8/13/72. HE FURIHfll!:r'
l£'1 COPIEt; Of rm OTH::R T/IPES. HE SAID HE t:EVErt OFFEr.Er
"'A COPY OF THE ITT PAPERs,• REPO'HEDLY STOLEN IN CHIL?"J,N
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BEACH,   CAI.PSITE. HE DID NOT SPEAK TO
AT THf\T TIME ANl> EIIIPHATICALLY DID NOT OFFER TO SUPPLY
V:I._A'II WITH C.'EAPOt:S, '\S ABOVE. - -
DEf:IED FURiUSHIUG BASULTO Af-:Y RE f' PCf' SlP.LF.
A.OT TO THE DEt1JCRATIC VICE- PRESIDENTIAL
m NO IDATE.
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HE TO DOUDTS A30liT BAnJLTO. HE ·
CP NT At:: TED fiBOVE, AND
BOTH Of\ DE CO!_!f-IT Y PUBLIC SAFETY DEPT., A NO ASKED THEM TO
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TOLD Hli1 OF THIS IF
FERNMJDt-;Z Sf\ID HE DID TELL BASULTO ABOUT HIALEAH
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CT \·:IT H VVA'·' · liE SA 10 HE CO NF 10 ED 1 N HEP. BE Cl\ US':: HI\ D
OJNVINCED HIJ1 THl\T SHE   'lORKUIG FOR F'DLE.
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BU?.EAt.J AND JACKSONVILLE ADVISE IF JUDGE U2Dt;,
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lfnittb ci>tateti Jeepartmrnt of Justite
OFfi CE OF THE ASSOCIATE ATIORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
FE8 8 :r:379
Mr . A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bl eecker Street
New York , New York 10012
Dear Mr. Heberman:
Re: Appeal No. 9- 0016
You appealed from the action of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation on your request for access to r e cords pertain-
ing to Edwin B. Kaiser .
As a result of discussions between Bureau personnel and
members of my staff , a limited suppl emental release of a
portion of one page is enclosed . After careful consideration
of your appeal , I have otherwise decided to affirm the action
in this case . Mr . Kaiser is the subject of three Bureau main
files - - Theft of Government Property (two) and Neutrality
Matter . Certain of the materi als pertaining to Mr. Kaiser
are c l assified and I am affirming the denial of access to them
on the basis of 5 U.S.C. 552(b) (1). These materials have been
referred to the Department Review Committee for review and
determination whether they warrant continued classification
under Executive Order 12065 . You will be notified if the Com-
mittee's final decision results in the declassification of
any information. Other materials were properly withheld from
you pursuant to 5 U. S . C. 552 (b) (7) (C), (7) (D) and (7) (E) .
These pertain to investigatory records compiled for law enforce-
ment purposes , the release of which would , respectively, con-
stitute an unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of
third parties by reveal ing an investigative interest in them
on the part of the F . B.I. , disclose the identities of con-
fidential sou rces and disclose certain i nvestigative tech-
niques. Names of government personnel were also excised on
the basis of 5 u.s.c. 552 (b) (7) (C). None of the material being
withhel d is appropriate for discretionary release .
Certain documents in these files were obtained from the
Department of State, the Coast Guard and the Central Intelligence
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Agency. These documents have been referred to those agencies
for direct response to you. Certain Bureau documents contain
information originating with other agencies. These documents
wil l be processed by the Bureau for possible release to you
after consultation with those agencies.
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 o r 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:
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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
UNITED STATES COAST GUARD
MAILING ADDRESS:
u.s . COAST GUARD (G-O I S-4/74)
  D.F )!0590
PHONE:\2Q;L) Lf2b-J322
• M r . A . J • We berman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
5212
" 1 0 IAN 1979
This is in response to your Freedom of Information Act request of
29 April 1978 to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In processing your
request, that agency surfaced the enclosed Coast Guard originated documents
and referred them to this off!ce for review and direct response to you. If
you have any questions regarding this information, please contact this office
at the above address or telephone number.
Sincerely,
r, Coast Guard
t Chlef, lntell igence &
Security Division
By direction of the Commandant
Encl: (1) DD Forms 1150 from
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LT KYSER
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Washi ngton, D.C. 20520
1979 NOV I 5   I ~ 10: 4 6
Mr. A. J . Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker street
New York City, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
I refer to your Freedom of Information Act request
regarding Edwin B. Kaiser which you submitted to the
Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Since the enclosed document originated in the
passport office, it was referred to Passport Services
for a determination regarding its release, Passport
Services has no objection to releasing this document;
however, page two (2) contains a name other than the
subject's. This name has been deleted pursuant to
the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC 552(b) (6), since
to release it would be a clearly unwarranted invasion
of the personal privacy of that individual.
You are advised of your right to appeal this
decision to the Council on Classification Policy of
the Department of State, pursuant to Section 6.8 of
Part 6. of Title 22 of the Code of Federal Regulations,
a copy of which is enclosed for your convenience.
Sincerely,
Enclosures:
As stated
Also, e nc l os e d a r e f i v e document s rele ased in the ir e n t iret y .
Title 22-Foreign Relations
CH/\PTER OF STATE
SUDCHAPTER A- GENER..'.L
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PART OF INFORIMTION
POLICY AND PROCEDURES
Miscellan-:ous
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§ 6. 8 Appc:tls.. .
(a) Review of an lnlti:\1 de:.hl under
§ 6.6 Cb> _may be requestE:c b:r r=e l)e:son
who submitt-ed tile oc::ri:Hl.l fur
a record. The review   Uie
appeal> rnnst · be in wdtin;:-
within 60 days o! the c!::nc Lhat the :oe-
quester is Informed eit.her: \1) that the
request is deh!ed co!:l.plctel y, or C2> that
all records which arc being fUJTai sh-:d in
response to his been re-
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or St:\le, D .C. The
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record under FBI= CQJ( hich includes . arrests sl nce
1952 on numerous crun na charges including burglary and
l!rceny, assault, with a ea ly weapon,
- and theft of government property. In 1961 while in Alaska 1
he was sentenced to serve 18 months on a · · of assault '
a deadly weapon. In November, 1961 ntered
a plea of guilty to a Information c arging violation
of Title 18, u.s. Code, Section 641 fot_Theft of Government
Property of a value exceeding $100 and in December, 1961
• he was sentenced to a term of 18 months. This sentence
was subsequently reduced to•probation.
During interviews of by representatives
of the FBI, be claimed that jbe-h ved in the French
Foreign from 1957 to 1959 honorably
-aisc harged. - As a result of service, KAISER
£eaporarily l as t his u. s. citizenship • • KAISER had enlisted
the u.s • . Marine Corps in 1952 while in basic training
he given a bad conduct discharge.
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Investigat ade of by the FBI
during-1969-1970 when is n e formation of
and was active in an organ za ion known as eu·bana Unida (CD)
Allegedly formed for the purpose of engagin -CASTRO
propaganda. Acquaintances have referred t a
world adventurer and a soldier of fortune. sidered
by his associates to be an opportunist, unstable and
untrustworthy.
been_ the subject of a cri•inal-type
investiga , Miami, Florida since late 1971.
- Earlier in 1971 llegedly wore the unifora of
t he u.s. Army a fraudulent military identificattD
- to· enter the premises of tbe u.s. Coast Guard station,
Opa Locka, Florida whe audulently obtained office
and_medical supplies. is reported to have entered
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the of other u.s. military bases at Homestead,
Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico where he allegedly
represented himself as a military officer and used military .
facilities. Investigation of this matter is c
and as yet no criminal charges  
have been initiated.
During the past four years has lived at
various addresses in Hiale ah F orida an s currently
residing at ialeah, Florida.
cted an Agent of the Miami Office in
be was the long-time friend of
STURGIS, also known as FIORINI, one of the convicted
Watergate defendants and prior to ational
Convention in August, 1972 STURGIS invite o
pa ticipate in a ned riot at the conven on. STURGIS
later advised hat the riot was off and something
r was being p anned. At this time STURGIS mentioned
the name of a nationai ly known figure, a businessman
politician who was in charge of planning the
and direction of this new opvration. According
this individual was at tha time unknown in
th ergate investigation. t the time of above
contact stated he would furn information in exchange
tor a promise by the Government ot:
1. For the safety of his family.
2. For employment security at his
present employment a s
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3. For an opportunity to applJ for
state and Federal pardons.
Numerous attempts were made to intervie
to further develop this information both at
and place of employment. During this peri
also hos ita d for leg surgery. In res hese
effor contacted the Miami Office-nd reed to aD
interv ne 26, 1973. On that date ppeared
at the Miami Office accompanied by Attorn X. .
CLAUGHTON, JR., 34 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Ki .. i, Florida and
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In eputation and the pending
crimin , commitments were made in any
way     above contacts and the information
furnishe im was accepted without
This document contains neither recommendations
nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the
FBI and is loaned to your agency: it and its contents
are not to be distributed outside your agency;
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