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OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE ATIORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr. A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
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Re: Appeal No. 8-0905
You appealed from the action of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation on your request for access to records pertain-
ing to Aron Morton Kay maintained in the New York Field
Office.
As a result of discussions between Bureau personnel and
members of my staff, a supplemental release of records either
has been or will soon be made to you directly by the F.B.I.
In light of this fact and after careful consideration of
your appeal, I have decided to affirm the modified action in
this case. Mr. Kay is not the subject of any New York Field
Office file which was not reported to F.B.I. Headquarters,
but is alluded to briefly in two files, the subjects of
which are other individuals or organizations. You are
being furnished only the portions of those files which pertain
to him.
Certain of the materials pertaining to Mr . Kay are
classified and I am affirming the denial of access to them on
the basis of 5 U.S.C. 552(b) (l). These materials have been
referred to the Department Review Committee for review and
determination whether they warrant continued classification
under Executive Order 120 65 . You will be notified if the
Committee•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) and (7) (D). These
pertain to investigatory records compiled for law enforcement
purposes, the release of which would, respectively, constitute
an unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of third
parties, in some instances by revealing an investigative
interest in them on the part of the F.B.I., and disclose the
identities of confidential sources. Names of Bureau agents
and other government personnel were also excised on the basis
of 5 U.S.C. 552(b) (7) (C). None of the material being withheld
is appropriate for discretionary release.
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PEFERENCEO LOS ANGELES REFLECTS ON PAGE TWO
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MALE SET FIRE TO AN AMERICAN FLAG
AT THF. .Jtn:E THIRTEEN NINETEEN SEVENTY PUBLIC PALL Y AT EMBASSY
E!GHT FOUR SEVEN SOUTH GPAND STREET, LOS ANGELES,
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OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE A TIORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr. A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Blee cker Stree t
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
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Re: Appeal No. 8-0905
You appealed from the action of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation on your request for acce ss to records pe rtain-
ing to Aron Morton Kay maintained in the New York Field
Office.
As a result of discussions between Bureau personnel and
me mbers of my staff, a supplemental release of records either
has been or will soon b e made to you dire ctly by the F.B.I.
In light of this fact and after careful consideration of
your appeal, I have decided to affirm the modified action in
this case . Mr . Kay is not the subject of any New York Field
Office file which was not reported to F.B.I . Headquarters,
but is alluded to briefly in two files, the subjects of
which are other individuals or organizations. You are
b e ing furnishe d only the portions of those files which pertain
to him.
of the materials pertaining to Mr. Kay are
classified 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
Committee ' s final decision results in the declassification of
any information. Other mate rials we re prope rly withheld from
you pursuant to 5 u.s.c. 552(b) (7) (C) and (7) (D) . These
pertain to investigatory r e cords compile d for law enforcement
purposes, the release of which would, respectively, constitute
an unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of third
parties, in some instances by reve aling an investigative
intere s t in them on the part of the F . B.I ., and disclose the
identities of confidential sources. Names of Bureau
and other government personnel were also excised on the basis
of 5 U.S.C. 552(b) (7) (C). None of the material being withheld
is appropriate for discretionary release.
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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, or in the Southern
District of New York, which is where the records sought
are located.
Sincerely,
Michael J. Egan
Associate Attorney General
Jr. , Direc or
Information Appeals

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20535
Mr. Aron Morton Kay
c/o Mr. Alan Jules Heberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Kay:
August 2, 1978
Reference is made to my letter of February 24,
1978, which enclosed copies of pertaining to you.
This is to advise you that after consultation with
an official of the Department of Justice, Freedom of Infor-
mation and Privacy Appeals Unit, you are being furnished
copies of pages containing information which was previously
deleted.
Enclosures ( 6)
Sincerely yours,
   
Freedom of Information-
Privacy Acts Branch·
Records Management Division
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REFERENCED LOS ANGELES REFLECTS ON PAGE TWO
OF LHM -fHPT Ut!IDENTIFIED MALE SET FIRE TO AN AMERICA II FLAG
AT THE clUt(E THIRTEEN NINETEEN SEVENTY PUBLIC PALLY AT EMBASSY
EIGHT FOUR SEVEN SOUTH GP.MlD STREET, LOS MIGELES,
CALIFORNIO., SPOPSORED BY COMMITTEE FOR POLITICAL
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THREE FOUR THREE DASH S ALSO APOSERVED THIB INCIDENT AND
FURNISHED THE NPME OF THE INDIVIDUAL AS AARDN.KAYE.
SUBSEP!JENT INVESTIGATION TURNED UP PHOTOS OF KAYE
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viHO HF. TO BURN THE FLA.G.
KAYE DESCRIBED AS WHITE MALE, AGE A80UT TWENTY TWO.
TO TNENTY FOUR, SIX FEET, ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY FIVE TO TWO
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ON JUNE SIX LAST, THIS INFORMATION WAS FURNISHED
, CRIMINAL CONSPRIACY SECTION, LAPD,
v.'llO ADVISED HE' i!OIJLD PRESENT THIS MATTER TO LOS ANGELES CITY
ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FOR PROSECUTION.
ON JU!!F NINE INSTANT,
ADVISED
HE HllD OBT.DI"JED P, MISDEMEANOR !•!ARRANT FOR KAYE FOR·VIOLATION
OF CflLIFORlHA mLITARY AND VETERAN '5 CODE, SECTION SIX ONE FOUR,
LOS AIIG[LES WILL FOLLOW THIS MATTER CLOSELY WITH LAPD
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WHITE, MALE, DATE OF BIRTH NOVEMBER FOURTEEN NINETEEN FORTYNINE,
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JUNE THIRTEEN NINETEEN SEVENTY PUBLIC RALLY AT LOS ANGELES
SPONSORED BY BY COMMITTEE UNITED FOR POLitiCAL PRISONERSCCUPP).
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ANGELES FBI, WITNESSED THE INCIDENT
MID HAS IDENTIFIED KAY-AS THE INDIVIDUAL WHO BURNED THE FLAG.
KAY PLEAD NOT GUILTY IN D IV ISIOii FIFTY NINE, LOS ANGELES
COURT CLAMC) ON AUGUST THIRD LAST.
MICHAEL POSNER, OF LOS ANGELES CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE,
ADVISED ON AUGUST ELEVEN LAST THAT KAY ISTO APPEAR FOR TRIAL
SETTING IN LMJC, DIVIS ION THIRTYFIVE, ON AUGUST SEVENTEEN NEXT r
TRIAL DATE WILL BE SET FOR SHORTLY THEREAFTER, HE
REQUESTED THAT SA
TESTIFY TO OBSERVING THE
INCIDENT AND TO IDENTIFY i(AY.
SA- IS A VITAL AND NECESSARY WITNESS TO THE
PROSECUTION '5 CASE.
ON AUGUST ELEVEN LAST AUSA DAVID R. NISSEN, CHIEF,

CRH1INAL Cot1PLAINT SECT ION, USA' 5 OFFICE, LOS, ANGELES,
CALIFORNIA,   HE HAD NO OBJECT ION TO SA-TESTIFYING
IN LOCAL COURT.
IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT SA- WILL BE SUBPOENAED TO
TESTIFY IN L Al,lC SHORTLY AFTER AUGUST SEVENTEEN NEXT AriD
HE \HLL TESTIFY UACB.
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LOS ANGELES LOS ANGELES
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Aron M. Kay,
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A ron Mart in Kay, ·
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BURNING OF AMERICAN FLAG AT
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ARON HORTON KAY
BURNING OF AMERICAN FLAG AT
EMBASSY AUDITORIUH
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
6/13/70
Character: DESECRATION OF THE FLAG
Synopsh:
attending a 6/13/70 public rally sponsored by
the Committee Unite.d :for Political Prisoners (CUPP}
at Los Angeles, Calif'orniaJ a Special Agent of the
FBI observed an individual burning an American flag.
Investigation developed the identity of the individual
as AROH MORTON KAY. A misdemeanor warrant was obtained
by the LAPD on 6/29/70; ·charging KAY with violation o:f
the California Military and Veterans Code, Section 614.
KAY was arrested by the LAPD on 8/2/70, appeared in
Los Angeles Hunicipal Court (LAl·lC) 8/3/70, and pleaded
not guilty. He appeared in LAMC on 8/17/70; at which
time his trial 'qas set for 8/26/70', in Division 35,
LAMC. Reviews of records of LASO and LAPD as well as
LAMC are set forth. Records.of Los Angeles City
Attorney's Office reflect KAY appeared in Division 3.5A
of LAMC on 8/26/70, and pleaded nollo contendere to a
charge of 415 PC (Disturbing the Peace.) and the charge
of violation o:f 614 Section D, California and
Veterans Code was dismissed. KAY paid a fine of $50
plus $15 Court cost in lieu of five days in the
County Jail.
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receipt of information from SA , Vlho advised
that he attended_a public rally a assy Auditorium,
. Los Angeles, California, on June 13, 1970, sponso:rieidliblylt
the Committee United for Political Prisoners.
observed an individual described as a 1·1hite .male,
approximately 6' tall, 200 pounds, 22-?4 years of age, -"
1·1earing levi pants and a levi jacket,Jl"stood Up in his
seat and removed an 'American flag approximately eight
inches by ten inches from his right arm. This individual
held the flag in f-ull vie1·1 of the audience and set fire to
it. As the flag began to burn he moved from his seat to
the aisle and the burning .flag dropped to the aisle of. the
auditorium. At this point monitors of the rally extinguished
the fire and forcibly evicted the individual from the
auditorium.
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Subsequent investigation developed the identity
of the individual as ARON MORTON KAY.
A misdemeanor warrant was obtained by the
Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) ·on August 2, 1970,
·charging KAY with violation of California 1-!ili tary and
Veterans Code, Section 614.
KAY Vias arrested by the LAPD on August 2, 1970,
appeared in Los An'geles l•lunicipal Court· (LAl-lC) on August 3,
1970, and pleaded not guilty. He appeared for trial setting
in L.4J.lC on August 17, 1970; and the trial scheduled for
August 26, 1970.
A review of the records of the Ll\PD, Identification
Div.ision on August 31, 1970, by SC reflects
ARON l-li1RTIN KAY, 1076 South Crescent Heights, Los Angeles,
California, arrested by the LAPD on /\ugus t 2·, 1970, for
viola tton of 61/j Section D, California J.!il i. tary and "Veterans
Code, Booking Number 1207076, LAPD Number 950867K.
He was described.as follo0s:
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Hhite
Male .
"November 14, 1949
Winnipeg; Canada
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Member Green Power
Social \v orker
NORRIS KAY .
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He was arrested under LAPD vi arrant Number. 362505. · ·.
A review of the records of the. Los Angeles County
Sheriff's Office (LASO), Identification Division, on
August 31, 1970, by SC reflected no additional
·-information concern inc; KAY.
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•IIAi revie1·1 of the record.s of L.Al-!C on September 1, .1970,
by sc.,. reflected no information concerning ·KAY.
A of the records of the Los Angeles City
Attorney's Offite, 205 South Los Angeles,
California, on September 17, 1970, reflected that ARON
·· }!ORTON K/1Y appeared in LANG, Division 35A, on August 26,
1970 > under LANG Case Number. 3524 05, · at 1·1hich time he
pleaded nollo contendere to a charge of violation of
415 PC (Disturbing the Peace) _and tbe·charge of Violation
of 6111 Section D, California Hilitary and Veterans Code
was These reklected that he was given a
choice of paying $50 plus Court costs for serving five days
in the Coun Jail ..
On September 28, 1970, records of LAI·!C, Division·
_)5A, were reviewed under Case Number 362505, Misdemeanor
Calcnd.ar .f/)10, and • they rcf'lec t that KAY oald a fine of $5·0
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requested that KAY tre charged with the violation-of
415 PC (Disturbing the Peace) in lieu of the 614
California Hili tary and Veterans Code charge due to the .
fact that the evidence was destroyed the time of the
violation and it felt that successful proaecution
could be obtained under the 4i5 PC violation;
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KAY is subject of LA (Desecration.of flag),
which Nas clos·ea 10/2/70. . ·
By necessity, this report includes information
which t·ms previously reported in referenced report (LA 180-61-!)
Subject.is not being recommended for ADEX at this
time since it ..appears subject fails to fall within guidelines
fo1· ADEX. FL1rther, no effort 1.s being ruade to intervietl the
subject at this time since it appears through recent activities
l·lith the Youth International Party (YIP); subject would not
be willing to be
The records of the foilm'ling ac;encies were caused
to be checked as indica:ted v1ith negative results:
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Office of Postmaster Page 15 of instant report
.Los Angeles,
This source was contacted regarding an advertisement
in the "Los Angeles Free Press," November 24, 1972, issue
indicating a office box number of 35171, Los Angeles,
California, as the address to which individuals interested
in membership into the Youth International Party (YIP) should
write. Information concerning person opening above box number
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ARON MORTON KAY
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SECURITY MATTER - REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES
SynopS-is:
ARON MORTON KAY, born 11/14/49 at I•Tinnipeg,
Canada, currently resides at 1076 South
Crescent Heigt)ts, Los Angeles; California.
On 6/13/70, •·1liile attending a public rally,
sponsored by the Committee·United for
Political Prisoners (CUPP); at Los Angeles,
California, subject was observed burning
American flag. Subsequently, subject was
arrested by Los Angeles Police Department
and on 8/26/70, appeared j_n Division
35A of Los Angeles Huilicipal Court (LAHC)
and \1as fined $50 on a charge of Disturbing
the Peace. Subject has since been involved
in numerous demonstrations and Hctivities as
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receipt of j_nformation from a Special 1\gent of the Federal
Bureau of Investic;ation, 1·ih.o advised an individual, later
identified as ARON NORTON KAY, he,d bun1ed an A.rnerican flag
ON June 13, 1970 at a rally held at the Embassy Auditorium, ..
Los Angeles, California. The rally 1·1ae sponsored by the c
Committee United for Political Prisot:lers (CUPP).
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-cupp was fund raising organization'> ... . .
for the Black ?anther Party. .The organization·.·_. •·. · ·
1·1as controlled by the Liberation Union·, 1·1hich· · :· :·,.,_:;
is • def'unct, · ·
The BJ:<R. is a black· extremist organization,
started in Oal;lfmd; California, in December
1966. It advocates the u·se of guns. and
guerrilla tactics to bring about the over-
thro;·l.of the-United States .Government. The
Los Angeles .BPP Chapter f'ollm·:s. the ideology
and dictates of the BPP National Headquarters,
Oakland, California.
The LU • organized in Harch 1969, as Los
Angeles Friends of the Black Panthers, to ·
support the Black Panther Party (BPP)
The name >;as changed in January 1970, to LU
and was a support group to >'IDrk >·lith active
duty Gis, the ant.i-1·1ar movement ·and defense ..
of all political prisoners, in addition to·
the BPP. LU disbanded approximately April
1972. .
BACKGROUJID
Records
Los Angeles Polic'.e Department
Los Angeles, California
(12/15/72
Records of this agency. reflect a date of birth of
November 14, 19Ll9
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at Hinnip eg, Canada. Records indicate
subject J.S an AmerJ.can .
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Subject >;as bo:rn on November 11, Source advises
subject is an American citizen.
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Los Angeles, California,
OCCUPATION
Records .
Los Police Department
Los Angeles, California
(12/15/72)
\·/hen arrested {l-ugust 2, 1970, KAY listed his occu-
pation as "iaborer",
CREDIT
Records
Credit Bureau of Greater Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
 
The records of the above reflect no information
identifia.ble with KAY.
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HOR1'0H E:AY, 1016 South Crescent Heights, Los Angeles Calif-
ornia, is listed only under an index number, X 056 0B76. This
indicates KAY is di·iving under driver
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state other than California.. Ho other information other than.
date of birth of November lit; 1949 >·I as· available.
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California Nilitary and Veteran's Code. Los Angeles Police
Department number is 950867K and Los. Angeles Police Depart-..
ment booking number is 1207076.
Other arrests include a vehicle code violation,
August 5, 1969 a Narch 31, 1969 arrest for soliciting.
Los Angeles Cit:>' Attorney
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Los Angeles, California (12/18/72)
ARON. HORTON KAY 1·ms arrested by the Los Angeles
Police Department under 1·1arrant number 362505 on August 2_.
· KitY paid a fine of $50 plus court ·costs. of $15 for
"Disturbing the Peace". 02·iginal charge against KAY was f.or
violation of 614, Section D, Calif.ornia J.li'li tary and Veteran's
Code, ster;1ming from KAY's burning of an A11erican flag on · ·
June 13, 1970. That 9har_ge .1·ms subsequently dropped.
On June 13, 1970, a Special Agent of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation attended a· ral·ly at the Embassy
AUditorium, 847 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, California,
1'7hich 1<1as sponsored by the CUPP. A male Caucasian later "
identified as ARON HORTON KAY was obse1·ved removing an
American flag from his right arm, 1'/here it had been tied in
·armband fashion,_ and set fire to it. As the flag began ·to
burn, he moved from his 'seat :\Jlto ·the aisle and the burning
flag dropped to the . .floor of.the auditor:i.\mr, vlhere itourned(\
hole in the carpet.· ·
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KAY was present at a ":free Huey Ne1·1ton Rally", Hay l,
1969, (sponsor unkn01'm). Apptoximately 200 to 300 per;sons .
. ·--vler.c present at the rally site, the Federal Building; 300 ··
·· North Los Angeles St:reet, Los Angeles; California. Several .,.
rsroups 1·1ere represented, inc,luding the Blac}: Panther Party
(BPP) and Students for a Democratic Soc5.ety ( SDS). The
spealwrs gave vocal support for EUEY NEHTON and black people
and against racism.
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m.iEY HE\·JTOll is a Black Panther 1nember,
arrested by police a_t Oakland, Ca],ifornia. · ...
The· arrest 1·1as used by various groups as
a display of racism and political ..
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SDS was founded dUring June 1962; at Port
Huron, 1-fichigan, and in the 1960s functioned
as the leading Hew Left campus-nased student.
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SDS moved to a radical-revolutionary position,
vlith debate centering on ho1·1 best to create-
a rev-olutionary youth movement. Internal
factionalism produced a split during the SDS.
National Convention in. June 1969, which ·
resulted in the folloHing three factions: .
\'leatherman; Harker Student Alliance (';ISA);
and Revolutionary Youth J.lovement The
Heatherman and RYH are no longer affiliated
1·1i th SDS. The HSA continues to use the name
SDS and maintains its national headquarters
:).n Boston, Massachusetts.
Heathennan, fon11erly a faction of Students
For a Demonocratic Society, controlled the
SDS National Office from June 1969 until its
closing in February 1970. Heatherman than
entered an m>derground status and adopted a
tactic of ''strategic     with police·
and military installations designated as
premary targets.
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SDS, 1·Jas expelled from SDS in June 1969, by
the then dominant 1-i ea therrna.n :t'ac t ion but
continued to use the name SDS and opened an
of'fice in Boston, l-lassachusetts, where ·its ·
current headquarters are located. l-iSA is .
aligned icl.eologicc.lly 1·1i th the Progressive
Labor Party (PLP). Its official publication
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youth organization, 1·1as. organized in 1969,
first as a faction within the Students for
a Democra-tic Society, .than as a separate
group v1ith headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.
RYN wa_s.. unsuccessful in attrac.ting support
and by mid-1970, it i·ms practically defunct.
The Los-Angeles Progressive labor ·party
(LAPLP) is affiliated \·lith .the National
PLP and maintains an office at 3406 1-lest
Hashington Boulevind, Los Angeles. The .
aims and purposes of the IAPLP are identical
>·lith those of the Ha tional PLP. PLP is a
revolutionary Harxist-Leninist organization
based in New York City.
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demonstration held in Sa:n Clemente, California, on August.l7,
1969, sponsored by the Peace Actio9 Council. Approximately-
1000 pel'Sons 11ere present outside the fenced area of the
Ni;wn "1·lestern" \·Jhite House at Sah Ciemente and another
2000 11ere present in the San Clemente State Parle Various
speakers. presented their views on the Vi.etnam Har and
President Hixon's handling of the matter.
The'PAC is an unbrella organization, which
coordinates demonstrations and other forms
of protests against American involvement
in Southeast Asia. IRVING SARNOFF, its
coordinator, attending meetings of the
Southern California llisti·ict Communist
Party as recently as November 1966.
LA T-4 (9/2/70)
On August 27, 1970j KAY was present at a demonstration
sponsored by the Chicano I-lorator1um Committee at the Los
.An(!;eles Husic Center, 1'1here President IHxon appeared. The
-·purpos.e of the vms to voice displeasure with the
Nixon 1\drninistration. Approxima tel
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effort on the part of Spanish-American
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Their feeling \':as that the. 1·1ar "2.8 being
by minority group members
including ·
LA T-3 (10/7/70)
Subject was pre<=ent at a meeting ·of th·e Liberation
Union on October 3, 1970, follovled by a rally sponsored by
the Liberation Union. The purpose of the 1·ally 1·1as to
denounce the pr-esent constitution of the United States and
to voice need for a nevi constitution. It 1·1as announced that
the Bla.cl'. Panther Party 11as in the process of drafting ·a new
constitution. Approximately 100 persons 1·1ere present.
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Ar.Jbas:oe .. dor Hotel, Los Anr,eles, California: The demonstration
r1as mainly· a pid::et line march and 1·ms aimed at South Vietnam
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Vice President KY. The cl.emonstrators took issue \·lith a state-
ment KY .once made to a reporter that he admired the Nazi
Dictator, ADOLPH HITLER •. Approximately 600 persons participated.
'rhe. Los· Angeles Out N01·1 Coalition is an
umbrella· type organization composed of
anti->·mr groups in the Los Angeles area,
controlled and dominated by members of
the Los- Ange.les Local - Socialist l·lorkers
Party (LAL-SVlP) and/o:r the Los Angeles
Branch-Young Socialist Alliance and
is affiliated v;ith the National Peace Action
Goalition
1'he Young Social:Lst AJ.liance (YSA) in the
Los Jlnc;eles area is the youth organi.ation
of the Sl-IP and follov1s the SHP aims and
purposes .to. the letter.
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the YSA serves as the main source of
recruitment into that organization.- · ··
The YSA is- descrlbed in the masthead
of its officiai publication, "The
Young Organizer," as "a
multinational revolutionary· socialist
youth organization." .
A source advised on J.iarch 11, · 19'70, that
"The Young Socialist Organi er" (YSO)
replaced the "Young Socialist" which
published its ·last issue March 1970.
/\ccording to the masthead of the YSA,
dated April 29, 1970, it is described as
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YSA, a multinational revolutionary
socialist youth organi zation.
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publication mailing is YSA, Box
471, Cooper Station, Ne\'1 York City.
The S\o/P has been pursuant to
Executive Order 10450.
The NPAC was founded in members
of the SWP. Its basic objective is to
unite masses or people, including labor
unions, GI
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in the struggle to end United States
intervention in Southeast Asia through
orderly and peaceful tactics.
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On November 17, 1970 KAY was present at a BPP and
CUPP sponsored rally at the Los Angeles .Federal Building,
;oo North Los Street, Los Angeles, California. The ·
purpose of the rally was to show solidarity in for
the release of; "political prisoners
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. -The .. above -sources :Lodicated ori January 22 and·
January 8, 1970, respectively, that KAY v:as present at a ·:.·· ·.
"Free Angela Davis R.1lly", held at the corner_of First .... . c:··
Street and Broadway .,_..Los Angeles, California, on December 21·, :.:,
1970. The demonstration v1as made up of approximately 35
persons. The demonstrators marched in a circle chanting,
''Free Angela". ·
Southern California Regional Committee
to Free Angela Davis and All Political
Prisoners is Southern California branch
of National United Committee to Free
Angela Davis (:NUCFAD), founded by Communist
Party,_USA (CPUSA) to free Angela
Yvonne Davis, self-admitted member of ·
the Southern California District,
CPU SA, who recently. \·ias acquitted of
murder-kidnaping charges in California.
The National United to·Free
Angela Davis (HUCJ<'AD) was founded by the
Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), to free
Angela Yvonne Davis, self-"admitted
member of the ·Southern Califon1ia District,
(SCDCP), who recently was acquitted
of murder-kidnaping charges iri California.
The SCDCJ:' control.s NUCFAD by use of ·.
CPUSA members in key positions. Headquarters
are located at San Francisco, California.
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The above sources indicated on Barch 1 and February 17,
19'/l, respectively, that subject vias present at a meeting of
the Peace Action Council, held at the Embassy Auditorium,
on February c:, 1970. The main topic of the meeting \-las the
escalation of United States involvement in Southeast Asia.
J-.A T-6  
was present at a Peace Demonstration held at
Exposition Park, Los Angeles; California, on .May 2, 1971. The
demonstration v:as made up of approxirna tely 500 persons described.
by the source as members of the "Anti-vmr community in Los
Ang.eles". 'J.'he purpose of the demonstration \vas to show
unity in sec]{ing peace in Vietnam. Included in the demonstra-
tion riD.r:J n r;rou:p ol· United Stotnc Navy :pcrsonn<>l and a £>roup
of men announced as veterans of the Vietnam war.
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released. on bail on July 25; 1971 •:
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On November 13, 1971; Y.AY present at-a PAC anti-·
1-;ar vigil and flashlight parad_e held at the Federal Building;
300 North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, California. The
theme of the demonstration wa.s to stop the war in Vietnam and
stop police investigations into priva;te and political lives of
individua.ls. Approximately 250 persons attended the rally.
LA T-1  
Y.AY was present a.t a demonstration' held at Lincoln
Par!:, Santa Honita, ,California, on _November 13, 1971. The
demonstration 11as. sponso:red by the .People
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:t;>eace and .Justice (PCPJ).. The ra;Lly .started • approximately
200 persons. The group marched to the Rand Corporation, Santa
J.!onica High School, a l'ocal unemplBymeht office, the offices·
of General Telephone and Santa Bonica Branch of .the
Bank of 1\rnerica. At each-location, speeches were made
emphasizing the need for setting pf a da.te for United States
wi thdnu·ml from Indo-china.
The PCPJ has described itself as being
headquartered at 1029 Vermont Avenue,
Northwest, 1-/a.shington, D.C.; e.nd as
consisting of over 100 or-ganizations,
are using massive civil disobe-
dience to combat racism,.poverty,
repression, and_ war.--"-
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On November 6, 1971; kAY 1·1as pres-ent at a march and
rally sponsored by the Los Angeles Oilt l!ow Coalition. The
rally began at 1-!ac 1\.rthur Park, Los 1\.ngeles, Califorl_lia, <::nd
__ the purpose of the rally v1as to emphasize the necesslty for __ ·
United- States 1·1ithdrav1_al from Indo-china,
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On November 9, and November 10; respectively,
the above sources aevised KAY 1·1as present at an anti--vJar
demonstration, sponsored by PAC; held on November 9, 1971,
at the Beverly Hotel, 9800 Vlilshire Boulevard,
Beverly Hills, California.
LA T-1 (11/J.0/71)
KAY 11as present at an anti-l·Jar demonstration·, spon-
sored by the LAONC. The group received a parade permit
entitling them to parade from Hac Arthur Park, Los Angeles,
California, east on Vlilshire Boule,.rard to Flo11er Street,
horth to Sixth Street, east to Broadvmy, north to First
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Street, east to Spring to Los Angeles City Hall. Approximately
1500 demonstrators took part and listened to .. speakers ranging .
in topics from wi thdravml of troops from Indo-china prisoner
of 1·mr return, .to support of prisoners on the llth floor of
the Los Angeles County Hall of Justice.
_LA T-1 ( l/7/72)
KAY was present at a rally, sponsored by the Free
Angela Davi·s Comrnittee, held on December 31, 1971 and January l,
1972. Location of the rally 1·1as the PasG.dena Rose Parade,
Orange Grove and Colorado -streets; Pasadena, California.
LA T:..l (2/3/72)
.- YJ•Y represented the Liberation Union (LU) at a
National Peace Action Council (NPAC) meeting, held at the
Califol·ni.a State College at Los Angeles, . Cal:i..fornia, on
February 3, 1972. The purpose-of the meeting was to s_!;ek
members
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irleas concerning exoansion of the group and to plan
a future "warch route" for a--l.!arch 22 rally. Also, reports
were read concerning projected needs of the Los Angeles
National Peace Action Coalition (NPAC). i'\pproximately 48
persons 1·1ere present.
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of the Socialist Workers Party (SHP).
Its basic objective is to unite masse's of
people, :tncluding labor Gis and
the black community in a struggle to end
  intervention in Southeast
Asia, through orderly and peaceful tactics,
The LAL -SHP, in exist.ehce since the 1930's,
is a local branch of the Socialist Vlorkers
Party, Hhich has been designated pursuant.
to Executive Drder
LA T-5 (2/17/72)
KAY was present at an HPAC meeting, held at the
·california State College at Los Angeles, California, on
February 17, 1972. The purpose of the meeting was to plan
for an April 22, 1972, demonstration, spO!fSOred by NPAC.
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On March 19, 1972; YJ\Y 1·ms present at a Los Angeles
Local Branch of the Yotmg.SocialJ.st Alliance (YSA), sponsored
demonstra-tion in support of the United Farm 1-Torkers, held at
the Los Angeles, California, Convention Center. The demon-
stration 1·1as made up of picket lines. The purpose of the
demonstration was to protest an injunction against the farm
wort:ers for attempting to boycott the lettuce. grm·1ers;
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As the youth ()rganlzation of the Socialist ·
1-lorkers Party ( S\·!P), the YSA serves as the
main source of recruitment into that organ-
ization. The YSA is-described in the mast-_
head of its official publication, "The
Young Socialist Organizer", as ·"A multi-
. national revolutionc.ry socialist youth
organization".
The United Farm 1•Torkers is a group
attempting to unionize farm 1-:orkers ·in
California _thus insuring higher v1a.ges
and fair hiring practices .
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KAY vms at a NPAC, sponsored anti-war march
"April 22nd 1'/est, held Harch 22, 1972 at Mac Arthur · ··
The mood of the group .>ms peaceful. At a peak of the. ·-
7, 000 persons 1·1ere 1-:i thin the park.
LA T-1 (5/9/72)
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KAY was present at a PAC sp.onsored demonstration,
held at 1670 Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, on
Nay 9, 1972. 1670 Hilshire Boulevard 1'/0.S the location of the
Richard Hixon Hea.clquarters. The purpose of the
demonstl'ation vias to protest President HIXON
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policies. Approximately 275 persons attended the demonstration.
LA T-1 (5/17/72)
KAY 1ias present at a Vietnam Veterans Against the
1-lar (VVfiH) sponsored anti-1-:ar at Los Angeles
International Airport on Hay 12, 1972. Traffic vias disrupt.e.d
and several arrests made. App·roximately 275 persons were.
present. Efforts were made by members of the group to entice
bysta.nders to sign a against the Vietnam war.
The VVA\f is an apt:i.-war organ:i.za tion,
Ol'ganized in 1967 and headquartered in
Nevi York City. Its published objective
is "to demand 2.n immediate cessation of
fighting and the wi thdra\ml of all
American troops from Indo-china·". .
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Veteran Is ilgainst the l·lar (VVAH) sponsored demonstration,
held at Los Angeles International Airport. Approximately
1700 persons demonstrated a.t the airport, settinG: uo pickets
and passing out literature, voic:i.h[>; discontent concerning
the issue of the Vietnam v1a.r. The purpose of the demonstration
.to alert people of the need to t;et. the Vietnam issue on
·the ballet so that voters could express. their vlill in the '
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KAY attended a rally sponsored by the Free Angela<··
Davis Committee at -the 1-lilliam Street Parl<:, San Jose,. Calif-
ornia, on May 20, 1972. The pUrpose of the rally was to
gather support f.w a "national Co1moittee to Free Angela
Davis" The m.unber of pc;rsons present is tmknovm.
LA T-l (6/3/72)
ARON KAY was present at a rally held at Reseda
Park, 'Resedc>., California, on June 3, 1972. The rally was
anti-l·mr in nature and w<:>.s designed to go.ther radical groups
together and reeruit new people_ into the "peace movement" •.
The> rally 1·ms jointly sponsored by the VVAH, The Valley
Peace Center (VPC), and the Student Hobilization Commit'tee
to End the \'Tar in Vietnam (SJ,1C), Approximately 75 persons
rlere present.. . . . . ·.
The VPC ·-.,1as established in i963 as a
coalition of p'eace and civil rights.
activists, the VPC of Van .. Nuys, California,_
supports an end·to all war, to Vietnam
1·1ar in particular. This orianization
offers draft councilinG, provicteG speakers
on peace topics, and supports demonstrations
protesting the 1·rar in Vietnam.
The SHC to End the l·iar in Vietnam is con-
trolled· by the Socialist 1·/orkers Party
and its youth affiliate, Young Socialist
Alliance. SHC initiates and supports · ·····-
public d8Jllonstra.tions acn-inst the war in ·
Southeast Asia. . --
LA T-1 ·(7/23/72)
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The subject· attended a National Anti-Har Convention,
sponsorc;d by I'TPAC at the University of Ca.lifornia at Los Angeles,
CaJ.j_fornia (UCLA), held from July 2J. throur_>;h July 23, 1972.
981 persons a,ttended the convention. The major resolutions
·voted upon by those present 1·1ere to holcl anti-1·mr actions .;-.
throughout the   commemorating the dates on which the·_
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United Sta:tee- and Nagasaki, Japan, durirlg
Vlorlc1 1·/ar II, that there be natiori>·lide picketing of Federal'':.''':.
Buildings on October 28, 1972, to build na tiQnwide anti->·mr '.';' .. '<
demonstrations a.nd .:that anti-1·1ar demonstrations be held in
major cities nationally on November 18, 1972. . .
L'\ T-{'"]9/27/72)
On September 27, i972,; the subject ·vms present ''at.·
an anti-v1ar and anti-H:CfON demonstration, sponsored by the
NPAC at Century Plaza, Angeles, California. The number
of attending and exact activities at the demonstration
is not reported.
L'\ T-8 (ll/28/72)
ARON KAY registered and >·las present at the
Youth International Party Congress, held at the Wesley
Foundation and _Saint Stepllen
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s E-piscopal Church, Columbus;
Ohio, November 22, throue;h November 25, 1972. Approximate;ty
60 persons from throughout the United States attended •.
The Youth Interna.t:i.onai Party (YIP), also
knmm as Yippies, is a loosely Jr.nit, anti-
establishment, revolutionary youth organi-
zation fromed in i·Tev1 Yorl;: City in January
.1968.
In the November 24, 1972, issue of the Los.Angeles
Free Press there appeared a headline rf?-ading   Come to
Los Angeles". The referenced article indicated 'YIP is trying
to form a.n L. A. Chapter as soon as possible ••. please write
to Youth International Party, POB 35171, Los Angeles, Calif-
ornia, 90035. "- (Above neHspo:-p_g:r: is Volume 9, Humber Lf7). .
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The "Los Angeles Free Press
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' is a
- kno>m publicly-identified large circu-
lation •·1eekly underground
published in Los An[';eles, California.
A source advised in hpril 1972, that
it is generally considered to be anti-
establishment in tenor:.
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Post Office Box 35171 1·1a.s opened on November 1, ,· .. •
behalf of -the YIP. The person applying for the box·
l·!ORTON Y.AY •
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DESCRIPJ'TON
The following is a description of AROH MORTON KAY,.
taken from Los Angeles Pollee Department records, December 15,
1972:
Harne
Race -
Sex
Date of' Birth
Place of Birth
Height
Height·
Hair
Eyes
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ARON HORTON KAY
1·/hite
Hale ,
November 14; 1949
1-Tinnipeg, Canada
5'11"
190 pounds
·Brmm
Hazei
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File i\'o.
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December 29,

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ARON J·JOH'l'ON KAY
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Character
SECURITY HATTER
ACTIVITIES
Report of Sfl
FJ!:VOLU'l'IONARY
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Reference
and dated as above
at Los lmgeles •
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A1l sotirces {cxcpp-L nny heJo,·:) whos'::::. identities arc concealed
in referenced communication ha'"C fllrn:shcd rclinhl··.' information in the past.
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1'/lis rhw/1/.'t• Ill ('Of/lain:; fH'ifllf•r   •   n6r ro:!('/1.:-:iniiS or lit .. • FBI. It fs tht! proprrly
P( II,. FHI w;t{ is {onn.•rllo yn11r or.•'l/1''': it nrzd i/<!. r•or:/1'11(.<; nn• IWI'lu • d! ... trilwtcd nul side your
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SAC, LOS ANGELES (100-76191) {P)
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SUBJECT!

ARON !-lORTON KAY- .
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Re 0-1 received at Los Angeles on 3/22/73.
Subject continues to reside at 1076 South Crescent
Heights   Los. '· with his parents,
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· Subject reported to be in Washington, D. c., for
Inaugural ceremonies protests from 1/16/73 to 1/21/73, and
while there stayed at the Youth International Party (YIP) house,
telephone number 544-2693.
LEAD

LOS ANGELES
AT LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Will complete background
'inves tigation and submit appropriate communication concerning
subject's activities •
2 - Bureau (RM)
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TO :( ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI (100-475123)
LOS ANGElES Cl'00-76i9i) (P)

5/22/73
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SUBJECT: ARON :·lORTON    
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Re Los Angeles Summary Report of SA
12/29/72; and Los letter to
Enclosed for the Rureau are five copies of a
letterhead memorandum (LHM), captioned and dated as above.
Enclosed for New York is one copy of ·un! for information.
The following sources utilized in the enclosed
communication are as follows:
SOURC.E
LOCATION
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Two copies of an· F0-376 are being stapled to Bureau
copLes of this letter for 11se in dissemination to U.S. Secret
Service.
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LA 100-76191
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Subject is not bri ADEX at present and no "recommendation
is being made to i_.nc:lude subject on ADEX as he does not meet  
ci..lrrent criteria as set forth in SAC Hemorandum 21-72.
. No is being made to interview the subject
at this time since it appears recent activities
with the Youth International Party (YIP); subject would not
be willing to be intervie•,•ed;
LEAD
LOS .A'lGELES
AT LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA! Hill determine and
report K4Y's return to Los Angeles area.
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In Reply, Refer to
ru.No. BU 100-475123
LA 100...;76191
WASHlNGTONt D.C. 20535
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DireCtor
United States Secret Service
Department of the Treasury
Washington, D. C.
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RE:
}lay 1973
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The furnished here,vilh conCerns 3.n indlviduM or organization
lobe covered by the agreement between the FBI and Service concerning protective;:l .. ... · !; ')•.
responsibilities, and to fall within the categOry oi categorieS cheCked. ·,-r. .. .... .i'· .". 4 .
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1. D Threats or actions against persons prdtected by Secret Setvice. :.· ·
; < ,,,oJ,o off;,;.L ... •• · ·
4. 0 ParticipatioO in civil disturbances, anH-tJ. S. demOnshalions or hostile   .,
incidents against foreign diplomatiC _eStablishments. - · .. · ;_ ·-) •-·   .. ·
5. D Illegal bombing, bomb-making or olher terrorist acth·it)·. -:,

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6. D Defector from U. S. or indicates desire to. defect.
7. iS;:Potenlial!y dangerous because of background, emotional instability or·
activity i.n groups engaged in activities 1nlmica1 to U. S.
Photograph
KJ has been furnished d enclosed 0 is rtol available.

· L. Patrick Gray; q;-u
1 " Spcci[d Agent in Charge·
U.S. Secret Service
Enclosure( s)
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Acting Director
(E"nclosure(sl)
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AHOll 1-i·:JHTON K"'Y
SECUJ{I'l'Y .W\T'H;?. •·
REVOLUTIOJ!ARY AC'l}Yl1'IES
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Aron !·iorton Kay continues to reside at 1076 South
Cl·escc;nt Heights Ilouleva!''l, Los Angeles, CD.lifornia, telephone
935-15]11. He has been ob;;erved at that address by .a Special
Agent c f the FBI.
P.C1'IVITIES
YOUEl   FATI'l'X_jYIP)
The Yo•Jtll Inte'rna tional Fn.::-i.v, also known as
Yip·,>ies., :i.s a J.oosely Jm;\.t,
revolutJ.cnary youth organization· f'uTmed in ·
J:ew York City in January 1968.
Source One on Novc-:mbcr 28, 1972, that Aron
J-1ortr.m K:>.y at-tended the N'ltional YIP c::mclav£} at the \•!esley ·
Fo:.1nda tion, 82 F..c.st 16th !;venue,   bus, Ohio, fro>'l November
22 - 25., 1972. Kay did not acti veJ.y p9.rticipat,; in the concla' e.
Source One adv:LGed on J'ahuary 17, 1973, that Aron
1-!ort.c·r: JCny mu; Jn Washj_nr;ton, D.C. for the inaue;ural
protec.t frc,m· :Sanuo.l'Y 16 ,- 21, 1973. Source Two advised on
Wtrcll 15> 19'73, that Ka.y renided f!.t 515 Second Street, Hashington·
D.C!/::
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."'•i·d.ch is the YIP _House;
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nor c.onclusions
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cU.stri btl ted
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. Source 'Itlree ndviticd on i, 1973, that Aron
KElY participated . in a 11'\:J.rch !'rom La. Brea Park to the
Israeli Commlate, 659 South HiGhland 1:0t'.levaro .• Los
Ca1 iforni a, on Narch 1, 1973. 'lhe pu rvose of' the march and · ·
• \'las to :protest Israeli bO! :JlJing of refugee camps,
a ncJ the • of the I.ybian c.ommerci<'.l nirliner. The
l:l\ri ty spon'!3orccJ by the J.Jiddle s t and Eth:lopian
SoJ.:!. rJari ty Committee. Kay as a representative
of the YIP.
The Middle East and Ethiop:to.n Solidarity
Comm:i.ttee is an ad hoc group cf. students
f'roll" the Los Angeles area, l'.f"lo are sympathetic
to t."'le Arab cause ln the Mid:lJe East ..
·Source· Four advised on Apr D . . 17, 1973.) that
Norton Kr,y 11as in N8\'l York Cl.-t:y for the purpose c:r assisting
in settinr; up a YIP \'lhich :.s an annual affair
hs ld in Nc: •,; Yor·k City. Source reported Kay woulci remain in
Ne1-.' Yorlt City fo'!" . two or three week c .. return to Los Ange:!..-.:-s.
Doure;e· Fiv8 advised on April 2L1, 1973.: that Aron
Horton Kay i·iar. in York City on dai;e, r.elling the · · -

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in Cr::ntral Park. ·
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is the official
publication of the YIP, nnd published
l'ie ekly in Yo·rl:, Nel-l York,
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ln. Reply, fllcaJ(' Rr"jrr to
  sTATEs 111·:1' s HTJ\11·:1'\T 11F • ., Oci·:
w•EHAL BUitJ:.\lJ UJ'·IN\"I:::;TTC:.\.,TION
- Los Angeles, Cal:Lf'orn:i.it •.
Hay 22, 1973

. R/e 1\"o. 100-7'6191

Title
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ARON !•lORTON KfiY
·Character SECURITY HI\' I_ TER
HLVOLUTIOilii'\Y ACTIVITIES
Reference J.lemol'andum lai:ed and captioned
as above:, at Los Angeles
All sources (cxc:ept any 11::-.tcd below) whnr.e idenlities arc concealcU
in ...,vmmu .. icnfion have furnished relia!.!., in the. past.
r!n1"1!1.Jf'.''l contains flcit!:er nor of !he FI;r. Tt is the propr'Th' .
of lhr• /o'Hl and is loai1cd f•J .vnur accnC"y,· if n:nJ itr. corttt';::-: 11(.' :tot ro be di::l.rihtllcd oulsidr.
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Date: 6/28/73
T tans mit the following in ----------,.,:----:-:--:--,----'--:-:-----------!
(Type in plaintt:xl or code)
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Vi a AIRTEL ···., : . AIPJ..YAIL (REGISTERED) :
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ACTDIG DIRECTOR., FBI (100-448910)
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· · :. ·· (LHM) dated 5/21/73 and Waship_gton FielC. nitel to Bureau
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·., .. :;.Virginia, 5/13/.73; . and-· a · list ·.or· person::, identif
'". ··:··: current],.y in Hashington, · D.C.; and r.1anas·sas, Vi
:::.;. A review of .L6s ·; Angeles indices regarding all .......... ,"'fj
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. ··_ . ,. _. .. ....... ;_:.:·· ·indicated dates_, the .-f ':lWing sources were
: <': contacted and . . furn1sl?. no info tion regarding ARON
;...,.-::}, : (·,.:·. KAY
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s · whereabouts, any YIP ti \ri ty in the ·r.os Angeles
. .,_; ·.'.;> area, · or ani · fuformation. ·regard proocsed attendance . of .... .
. : YIP ": ·-sch.edul ror-7 /4/73, vfashington.,'n.
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. ··_-. KAY is described ·· as a white. male, bd'rn ·njl4/49, 5'11", 190
bro\'m _ilair, · hazel. ·eyes, and a 7" · scar on left side of
::>.· - KAY has '· oreviously identified hiJISelf as the only real
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·-·\::.--·.\, . ..   IDS ·. ANGELES, . CALIFORNIA: . Will maintain c·oritac t
- '':?>;;.;:_. with lOgical .sources. in· effort dete.rndne any infonna·tion ·
,: · YIP . fl:/(3. ., _;: ...
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UNITED STATES GOv_r;·NMENT
J1.fe1·norarllum
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LOS ANGELES (100-76191) (P)
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SUBJECT: ARON MORTON KAY
SM - RA (YIP)
OO: Los Ange1es
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Re Los Angeles letter to the dated
send ¥outh International
near future. As of the date
leaflets had not arrived•
On 7/5/73, and vised that
ARON KAY was present a a YIP sponsore demonstration in
washington D.c. on 7 /4/73• On the .. evening. of 7/4/73,
the sources reported KAY made a speech on the east steps of
the capitol.
· On 7/5/73, that KAY was en route
to New York City to assist in publishing the "Yipster Times".
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Los ngeles,
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not seen
April 1973.
LEADS
NEW .YORi:
AT NEW YORK NEW YORK: Contact
3 iii ,an effort to determine if
Ne\'7 York City. It .. is noted that both so ... e ram· iar
with KAY. · . i!.
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LOS ANGELES
( ) AT LOS ANGELES CALIFOffi IA: Wilr-::;certain and .report

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KAY's return to the LOs Angeles area. '

Bureau (RM)  
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TO ..
FROM :
SUBJECT:
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(>FT!D"'Al. FORM NO. 10 0
O.O•"T \O'U t;PITION
F.-MR (11 CFR) 10'·11.. -
DIRECTOR, FBI
MIAMI {100-17897) (P)
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7/19/73

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· Subject, a white, male, born 11/14/49, was arrested
on 8/23/72, at Miami, Florida, during the Republican National
Convention. Bureau is requested to review its indices for ·
any information identifiable with the subject, whose residence
is unknown. __J:J-;;l/1'
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1 - Hiami (100-17897)
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UNIT leD ST.:\TES GO ,i
l11eJnorarlum

flo q \: DIRECTOR, FBI (l00-475123)
•'   LOS ANGELES (100-76191)
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-SUB CT: AROll HORTON KAY
DATE:
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Re Los Angeles letter to the Bureau, dated
with copies to New York,
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8/l/73,
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On 9/25/73, advised that the subject
participated in a demonstration in Central Park, New York
City on 9/2/73 •. The demonstration was in support of'
legalization of marijuana, and KAY was reportedly interviewed
by the press at the demonstration,
LEADS
NEY/ YORK
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AT NEVI YORK CITY, NEH YORK:
in an effort to determine
York or possibly residing there.
LOS ANGELES
AT
with logical
Angeles
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA :  
sources to ascertain subject
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BU)' U.S. Savings Bonds Regular!)- on the Pa)'l·oll Savillgs
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DATE! 1/15/74
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TO : DIRECTOR, FBI (100-475123)
LOS JINGEIES (100-76191) (P)
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SUBJECT: CHANGED
AHON . f.10RTON KAY, _ aka
A rot'Ltnmo -.._-.
ET AL
- YIP
00: Los Angeles
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Title is marked changed to reflect alias of Aron Enmo,
obtained from subject's arrest record at the Dade County,
Fl orida, Public Safety Department.
Re Los Angeles letter to the Bureau, dated 8/1/73 . .
Enclosed for the Bureau are four copies of a letter-
head memorandum regarding the subject .
Two copies of ·an FD-376 are attached for the Bureau.
one copy of the LHM is being disseminated to
Stat es Sec:::. s::i::, because it contaf),'
information from source of continuing value, which, if disclose
l-.' Ould tend to identify this source ... nd '")s sibly be detrimental
to the national defense interests.
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Subject does not meet criteria for inclusion on
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f or interview because it is _not felt that he would be
cooperative due to his past and recent activities in the Youth
International Party (YIP).
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determine if KAY is presenfly in New York through contact
with YIP sources. Note that CI 847-S advised on ll/21/73
that KAY was in New York at that time.
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L:)s An:; clEr;, Clli:Zo1·ni.r. i:!:; icr· tes JIRot! 1-:0RTUit YJ\Y is a member
of the Youth International (YI¥)i
Youth Inte!'nnti·:me.l (YIP) C:" me into e;:istence
in for the purpos 2 o!' a r:1e ss i •1e youth festi v.:ll in
late l ? C2 in Illinois, to   Dembcratic
Ha tion-11 Ccnvcntion ( 1)i1C). in its eo.rly
inc lud J e r ::. ·:: Cl,Yd.e Ru-e- in and Abbott     both of 1:1hom
convicted Uriit erl states court of
AppeRls) of violotion o.: the Antil·iot L.::!:.-1s du1·ing disturbances
at the obove 15' 0:3 In 7/TO, YIP distributed "YIP Wmifesto,"
i·:hich •.-1as bns1ca11y   Eta r e •Jol.ut.i.onury .fll'uuowu;;t--
ne nt the youth of the Unite1 States to repudiate
  enterprise and establishej in!::titutions in favor
of c-re 3 ting a ut.:>pian listie permitting complete
individual of its inception, when
- of considerable radical-revolutionary interest have arisen, YIP
hns       its ability to essEm'blc larc; e numbers of zealous
individual s for and protests, number of which
11ave resulted in violence and arrests. DurinG a public speech
in I:/72, ·.1hcn refer!·inc; to the forthco:ning national political
conv-::ntions, YIP leaC:e!' Rubin stated ''rJe. t:lill dump the convention
into the S0 Q and use other methods than. the electoral process
to ctwnge t he Stnt c s of A!r. erica." Irvin Dana Beal,
the oretician YIP nation3l leader_, stated
on 7 t.hCit the pis Uixon shm1s his
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On 7/6173, BEI\L : ;G s described as havinG a propensity
fo!' ins ti[<! and d.irecting revolutionary
acts of violence.
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/\ppn1·ently hecaL:se of prosecutive action taken against·
HUDIH end HOFFI,lAtl (•.-;ho ha ·: <:: drifted   fro!':'l the YIP) and
BEAL, leadern currently avoiding · ·
  !'e·; olut:Loncry :: LJhlic state!Tients. The orc;anization
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in-:ih·iJL'.al YI.P an3 rchist i-:; a-cti vie:tr- an :I. J.epd.ers advoqa te
v•1tl confrontC!t:!.o!-.G ·,d_th nuthe>.ritiec in an attempt
to t uil1 r e volutionary vouns people. Examples of
thir;   tool: plnce. Liur :!.n; th€ p/72 Repl!'Jlican National
con•: f." ntion (:S.HC) and the 7/l! /73 YIP in
ru:-:i.ng TINC, THQi.lf\S Lt:::iG FORCADf. and cnmY ELIZ./\BETH uP.S'J.lEEH.,
of a YIP cell i t::;elf YI.P-Zippie, \'Jere
ar::: E: ste:d or. 3/23/72 in :-!i:.mi Beech, Florida and charged Hith
violation of National Act frir possession, m3nu-
facture nonregistr2tion of fire bombn. Trial Judge
ly :!'end erect a direct'2d ·:s :..·tHct of acqui tta 1 in this rna tter based
on the that no reco sonable tion could . be made
b r .:.nging the evidence · ,.Jitl:in the scope of the national Firear!ns
1\c"":.. YIP ir currently in Nel·! york •
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Director In Reply. Please Rerer·to ..
United States Secret Ser:-vice File No.· ·'·.·: .. ,.. .-
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::::i;i::on, D. C. 20220 RE: ARON NORTOI·i !-JW :.
The .information furnished herewith concerns an indivldual or organization ···
lobe covered by the agreement between the FBI imd Secre.t S ervlce concerning protective ',1.;, · · .>
responsibilities, and to fall withi.n the calegory or categories checked. •.•' · ·. '•' , ..
1. D Threats or actions against. persons proted.ed by Secret Sen·ice.
2. D Attempts or threats to redress grlevances.
3. D Threatening or abusive statement about U.S. or foreign official.·
4. D Participation in civil disturbances, hnli-U. S. demonstrations or hostile
1ncidcnts against foreign diplomatic establishments. . .•
5. D Illegal bomhing, bomb-making o;· other activity.
6. D Defector from U. S. or indicates desire lo defect:
7. G Potentially dangerous because of background, emotional instability or
·artivity in groups engaged in activities inimical to U. S .
Pholograph G has been furnished
D is not available.
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Clarence 11. Keiley
Director
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UNITEWJ'ATES DEPARTMENT O_F
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTICATtoi'..
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ARON HORTON KAY,
Also Known As
Aron Enmo
Aron Hartin Kay
Aron t-1. Kay
Aron Kay
Horton Kay
Reference is made to Los Angeles communication
dated llay 22, 1973, regarding activities of Aron Morton Kay.
Ttesidence
Source One advised on November 21, 1973, that
Kay still resides at 1076 South Cre scent Heights noulevard,
Los li.ng eles, California. at Los
Angeles has revealed that Kay travels and
s pend s much of his time on the East coast, namely New York
City and Hashington, D.C.
ACTIVITIES
Youth International Party (YIP) .
· I'he YIP, also known as Yippies, is
· a loosely knit, anti-establishment
rev olutionary youth org anization, formed
in New York City in 1968.
On July 4, 1973, Sources Two and Three advised that
Koy Ha:. present at a YIP sponsored demonstration in \lashington,
D. C: . on that date. This dcmonntration lvas held in support
of the of marijuana and for the impeachment of
President Nixon. Sources a dvised that KCI.y spoke at a rally
on the stepn of the Capit o l Building during this demonstration.
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Sources t·1ho3e identities are. concealed herein have furnished ·
rel iabl e information in noted.
This d octJmcnt contains nor clnclusions
of the FDI . It is the pr ope rty of the FDI and is loaned to your
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On September 24,, 1973j Source Fqur ;idvised . ·,:,;.
in New Yorlc City arid believed to be temporarily·:·-"'·
1·1ith Dana Beal, self.:proclaiined leader of the YIP.:.
that r:ay
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On September 25, 1973, Source Five advised 'that
Kay part ic ipated-•-in a demonstration supporting the legali-
zation e>f mariJuana in New York c:i.ty on September 2, .1973.
Source Six ad\·ised on September 10, 1973, ·_that
the subject attended jazz and blues festival in Ann Arbor,
fvlichigan on September 7 through 9, 1973. This resti val
>1as attended by several YIP members and Kay sold copies
of the "Yipster Times", the YIP newspaper, at the festival.
Source Six advised on November 21, 1973, that Kay ;
was in Ne>; York City and planned to go to \fashington, D·.c.
:for a demonstration directed against the i"ational Archives ::·
on November 22, 1973. <
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Kay attended a ih Washington, D.C. on
November 23, 1973, This demonstration 1·1as organized by
the YIP protestinv, the investigation of the assassination
of President Kennedy.
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Records of the Dade County Public Safety Department,
1Uami, Florida, reviewed by a representative of the· FBI
on June 8, 1973, revealed that Kay was. prrested on August 23,
1972, during a riotous. street demonstration at the Republican
National Canvention at Niami Beach, Florida. Kay_was arrested-
under the name Aron Enmo, also kn01·m as Aron Morton Kay.
Kay was arrested on ari unspecified charge and the
charge against him was. eventually dis.missed.
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ARON-£lv10RTON KAY
CHARACTER: SUBVERSIVE Jv!ATTER - YIP
REFERENCE: Memorandum dated May 22; 1973
Refen:•hced communication contained s ubjeces re side1icc and/ or employment
address . A recent change has been de te rmined and is being set forth below (change
on!;\' specified) : ·
Res idence:
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Miscellaneous: ARON I'10RTON KAY will now be known as
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ARON and JV!ORTON KAY
This document contains ne ither recommendations nor of til e FBI . 1t is the property of the FBI and
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MORTON KAY, aka
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ReLAlet and LHM to Bu; 1/15/74:

DATE: 3/7/74
Enclosed for Los Angeies is one (l) photograph
of subject taken 4/29/73; at YIP "Smoke-In", which was
held in New York City.
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Volume 1, Number B issue of the "Yipster Times",
undated, but received by on 11/21/73, reflects
that this newspaper is pub ed by the Youth International
Party {YIP) News Service, Post Office Box 392, canal
Street Station, New York City 10013. Page 2 of this issue
reflects an article entitled 1, 1973, New York Enacts
One of the Toughest Marijuana Laws in This Country", which
states that KJ>:Y. sells the     on the streets ,
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of many to the article, KAY G{:}··'
was then operating out New York City where he sells papers
at the Port Authority Terminal each day.
It is noted that
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sed on 9/24/73, that
to be temporarily residing with
leader of the YIP.
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On 2/27/74, advised he could furnish no
information concerning the current whereabouts of subject.
Source stated the subject is from Los Angeles, and he has
received no information to indicate subject has been in NYC
on a permanent basis. Source stated he has recentlY../!. l/-f··
called DANA BEAL's residence at 9_Bleecker st., NYCI_several
times and has been unable to get an answer. Source stated
he would attempt to determine through BEAL subject's-current
whereabouts. Source stated the has a long scar on Q
his neck and wears a beard to conceal this scar. · \ O
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Re Los Angeles letter and letterhead memorandum
(LHM) to the Bureau, dated 1/15/74 and New York letter···to
the Bureau, dated 3/7/74. · .
Enclosed for the Bureau and New York is one copy
each of an article written by subject and appearing in the
Los Angeles Star newspaper dated 3/15/74. · . ot.f:J'...
For the information of New York· the following
descriptive information regarding subject is furnished: · . \(,.r y.rfl
Date of Birth 11/14/49
Place of Birth Winnipeg, Canada
citizen)
Social Security
Account Number
Height
Weight
Hair .
Eyes
551-80-8180
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190 pounds
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Hazel
On 3/15/74, furnished SA
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Angeles tar is an underground newspaper published weekly in
Los Angeles, California. In the article, subject cited
instances '\vhich he considered to be harassment of the YIP by
the FBI. The source was unable to advise whether or not ·
subject was in the Los Angeles area in yrder t/o, the (1
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(residence of subject's parents):.· Source added, however, . ·
that subject had not indicated any information reflecting ·
a change of address.·
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AT LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA: Will continue efforts
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SlJBjEcTlA1oN MORTON KAY, aka
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capt ioned individual has been the subject of a securit.y or ex!remisl investigation by this office. The • ·
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·all and working ol the addresses listed below. The New York Division ia
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Busincs!' Address, Nnme o r Employing Concern and Address,
Nature of Emplo)1nent , and 1.:ni,.,n Affiliation, if any.
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Check OR not e the following applicable statements: . · '
D A se c: urity Ond1 on subje ct has been PREVIOUSLY 1Jlnced in FBI fl ; therefore copy of this is ·
designnl('d for ldentific:ution Division. ' -· ---- "\.
D A security na" h c>n subject hAS been PREVIOUSLY plnced in ldP.nt ificat.ion Dh·ision; however. FBI
The infNmation, t.herefore. is being fumi s hf.> d and 11 .copy of this form is designated for Division • .
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HOTE: Do HOT des ignate COPY of FP-128 for Divislon if FD-165 previously RETURNED to field office
becnuse no fingerprints located on subject. · · · - -
Check the following applicable statements:
D This inclividu nl is the subj<:lct of an ADEX Card. tThe Bureau is requested to make tl1e appropriate changes in the ADEX at
• · FBIHQ. The Division should affix the addreues
indicntcd al>ol'l' and t11e appropriate case file number.l
0 Subject is dcs ignnted u Key Black Extremist.
0 Subject is a Key Activist.
D Handwriting s pe ci mens ho\·e been furnished to the Bureau.
D A phoU.grnph hns hccn furnished to the Bureau.
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D Jackson
0 Jacksonville
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BeLA FD 128 to Bureau, dated 5/6i74, and LAlet. and \
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Attached tor the Bureau are two copies or an PD 376,
of which is for transmittal to Secret Service, Washington,
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Subject was riot interviewed because of his connections
wi th the YIP publication "Yipster Times
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would not ba cooperative at this time.
Subject's activjties do not meet the current criteria
for thD ADEX: therefore, no further investi.gation is being
conducted at this time,and this case is being closed by the
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Identity of Source
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FEDE·RAL BURr.AlJ OF IN\'ESTIGAT.N .
U'ASHlNG-TOr;', D.C. 20535
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Department of the Treasury
D. C. 20220 ..
ln Reply, Pleo"Se Refer to
File Ho.p.;1:file )_·'"":"·-J.J.75J4 23
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Aron Horton Kay
Dear Sir:
The information furnished herewilh cmfcerns an inrlividual or organization believed
La he covered by the agreement between Lhc FBI an_d Secrel Service concerning protective
nnrl to fall 'vithin the category or categories checked.·
]. O nrtions against persons nrotectcd by Se_crC't Service.
2. C Af.templs or to redress griP\•ances.
:1. O ll;reatcning- or abusive statemenl about U.S. nr fore-ign o_fricial._
·L C P.Htic ipa!ion in civil dislurhanccE;, nnti-U. S. d0monstrations or ·hostile
- ngainst foreign establishments. .
f1. 0 Illngrd bombing, bomb-making or othC'r Lerrorist
11. C.-.. from U.-s. or indicates rlPsirc to
t. [Zl   rl11ngerous because of hackgroumL emotional instnbility or
nt'liviL;, in groups engaged in acti\'iliC's inimical S.
Pholof!r<Jph been furnished
D is not. a\·ailable.
Very truly yours,

Director
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New New York
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Aron Me>rt()n K3:;v
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BACKGROUND
Res i cles with Duna-"P.cal at 9 BleecKer )
strce:· , I-1-::!1°1 City, and has gainful . .--------- 1
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I1vin also known as Dana Beal
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\oJas arrested. in:· l·1a dison, Wisc ons in, and
charged with local narcoti cs violations
during the Sununcr of 1971. At that time
was regarded as a le&der in the
Wi8consin Chapter of the Yti ti th International
F3.rty and 1·1 9.3 considered a national
YIP . theoretician.
NY T-2
July 14, 1971
December 15, 1972
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conc ealed herein have f'urnished
reliable information in the past
exct.;pt l·lhere otherwise noted.
'Ihir, document contains neither recorr.rnenda tions nor conclusions of
the F'ederal Bureau of Investlc;ation (FBI). It is the ·property obf
the nnd is loaned to your agency; it and i ts are not
to h p di n trj lmted outside y0ur
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'l'i1e YIP, a-J.so knmm as Yippies, is a
antl-establishment, .
• youth formed
in New York City, in January, 19GB. In
M3y, 1972, a sm? ll faction calling itself
YIP-Zippie came into being, but currently
not exist an faction of
YIP
The subject has bP.en · eating at A. J'j'\l{eberman.'s
res i rl .:; t'lcc 6 Bleecker Stree t, Ne"1 York but _}esides with
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public leader of YIP , is very influential
in YIP policy making. Webermqn is the person
urimarily responsible YIP _publication,
,.Yipster Times' ' .
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H:ty 22, 1973
ACTIVITIES
Volume 1, number 8 issue of the "Yipster Times"
conta1.ned nn article on pa1_1: e 2 entitled ''September 1, 1973,
Ne \·1   • Enacts One of the Toughest Laws in this
CoiJ.n t ry', states tha:: J\ron Kay the "Yipster Times"
on the s t reets of many American cities. to the
was then opernting out of New York City where he
sell s pc>pers at the Port Au thorj ty Terminal each day.
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In February, 1974, the subject indicated he was
helning out 111i th "Yips ter T'imcs
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the YI P.
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February 1, 1974
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the subject is with the YIP in New York City._
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P.pril 11, 1974
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April 15, 1974
On April 21, 19711, the subject sold the "Yipster
Times" in Cen l;ra1 Park, Nel'r York City. It was learned that
he plo-lllncd to travel to Hashitlf:ton, D.C. 1·1i th other YIP associates
to parLicipate in a demonstration on April 27, 1974, is
sponGQl'ed by the National C1.1.mpaigri to ImpGach Nixon (NCIN) •.
NY T-l
April 22; 1974
The NCIN is headquartered at 1404 H Street
Horthwest, Washington, D.C.. Tile main aim of
the organization is to gather suppbrt for the
impeachment of President Nixon.
On the morning of April 27, 1974, the subject was among
tl1e spcakeis at the YIP demonstration which was held on the South
Ellipse, Hrrshi.ngton, D.C., 1·1ho urged neH elections, contending
ths-··19 i2 Presidential election \'las a fraud.
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At 4:00p.m. on l·Jay 18, 1971+, the YIP celebrated the
Third Annual !lational Marijuana Day in Central Park, New York· City.
A rally 11as lleld and the subject; along 1·1ith Dana Beal, spoke
concerning tlH? legalization of QJarijuana, the corrupt United States
Government., and the indictment of former At t_orney General .Richard
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Kle j. nr:l ienst. The subject stated that there should be f'ree
pot f or · ''children and pigs". J\t about b :OO p.m. the subject
!1n unl(noi'ln high school boy led about 300 YIP followers
f1·or:1 Central Park to 2 East Street, New York City, the
:::>f Harold an execut.ive of International
Tel ephone and Telegraph Company (ITT). .Several people yelled
for J !J rd ine to come out and face . the crmid and accused Jardine
of being a killer because he wo.s working for ITT. A sit-in ·
demons tration was initiated; however, the subject agreed to
move on at the request of the police. The YIP followers then
marck .d to the residence of Net'/ York Attorney Roy Cohn on
ugth Stt·eet, New York City, where they screamed for
Cohn to come out, stating that he Ethel an·d Julius .
stnce he in the prosecution of the
Ros enbergs in their espionage trial. The demonstration at
Cohn's residence lasted about five minutes, when the police
arrjved and arrested the subj ect and an unknown YIP follower
and r J. aced them in a poli ce van and drove off.
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arrest of the sull ec t or others by the 19th Precinct,
on Hay 18, 1974, in the vicinity of demonstrations held
YIP on that date. He stated the -individuals allegedly :
up were not booked and were probably dropped off a few
frum the demonstratEm.
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15 Y
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poie f ollo\'iers ted frol!l about 1 :OO p.m. to
3:0U ac ross the from Mt. Sinai at 103rd
Strc:' t and Fifth Net·l York City.J acainst the visit of Vice
Fo:rd. Ylppies demanded new andfree elections.
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UNCLASSIFIED
C.e LA let to NY 3/4/75, subject's residence
at his parents
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hor:>e, 1.076 South Crescent Heights Doul.evard,
Los ,\:tgele:s, California 90035·; and NY FD-1.28 of July 7,
1975, changing office of origin from NY to LA.
A revie'" has been made of the nine (9) enclosures to NY'.s
FlJ- .L2[;, referenced above. "!'he: infol"TJa tion contained therein
and infonnation in Los !lngele.s files relating to subject
KAY woul_c] not appear to warrant his inclusion in the ADEX, so
hn not be recommended for such inclusion.
Evidently KAY is continu:i.n::; to folloF his YIP lifesty.Le
ancl t.as no gainful employment.
J-!o further investigation is beipg undertaken in the Los
Angeh:s Division at this time •·lith regard to" JUlY. Copies of
llY·; s FD-366 Here disseminated localty to the United States
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='ecret .';ervice.
ln vie<·J of the above. this matter is being placed 1.n a
cloc:ed status.
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ARON HORTON KAY
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\ T.os Ange l)i vi!' ion lw1: v(' ri ficrl lh<' p NrnnnenL JHt'!'ence of Lhe subject in its di\'ision
as ;mel   nt lhr nddress(' ,; li s t ed hel ow. Th•• Los A11ggle s Divi11ion is
be ing • I I• · nt'" O fiic·· n f
Uu f' inl'.;s AdJ rt•s,... l'11mt' u
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Noturc o f Empl ••l"ln<' lll , and l'nhn Affiliot inn , if nny.
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1076 South Crescent
Height Boulevard,
Los Angeles, California
Identifi cation Divis ion Dolo '-.
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A ,;1 :· uri1.1 <.n Fuh;c.·t hu:< ll('<•n PREVIOUSLY plrwc-d in Fill 11 __________ ; the re fore, copy
  lrl rnl i lit'at:nn [)i,· isinn.
D A n ,,,. h on O" uh]l·ct hn!<> been PREVIOUSLY p ln" t·d in Jdc ntificali nn ()ivisi un; hn w{' v(' r, FBI numher is NOT KNOWH.
Th ... fnl lo\\ inf"fllo;tlil)ll, lhNcfore, is furn i,ht·· l ll ll!l .. t' OJIY nf t h is r.•rm i:; for ldentificution Divil'ion.
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NOTE: I>· · NIJT •   • • COPY of Fl>-l<?J\ for lrl•·n •i fi , · .. t i"" lli v i :<ion i f • RETURNED to field office
l•t•t·;q,,;f' Ill' ... mrint :< lncnl('d on •
Check the followin g oppficobl c statements: -
in.!11 idt" •l i:- l! n ,;ul:j ·c t nf nn .\DEX \.nrrl. •Tile Bun•au i:t r<?qlll'" t. •rl I n •twk•· appropriate c-hangC's in thP ADE.\" at
FIH//Q. Ti"· Dir •i .<iml .<hould af(ix the addrC'S!<E't<
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The following serials are enclosed herewith:
Llll'l at Los Angeles, Cal:Lfornia, dated 5/22/73.
LAlet to FBIHQ, dated 5/22/73.
LHM at Los Angeles, California, dated l/15/74.
I,Alet to FBIHQ, dated 1/15/7 4.
report of
at Los Angeles, · ·
ciat.ed 12/29/72.
FD-366, dated 5/6/74.
FD-376, dated 6/20/74.
LHl-1 at New York, NE'•l York; dated 6/20/74.
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NYlet to FBIHQ, dated 6/20/74.
No acldi tional ·reportable information has been developed
in Ne1·1 York and report or LHH is being submitted.
Only t"•o copies of FD-128 are· being submitted to FBIHQ
inasmuch as there is no record of a posting in the Identification
Division.
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UNITt9'sTATES .JJEI'AHTMENT OF .lUS'QE
FE.AL BUREAU OF JN\'ESTIGA;I'I •.
Ne"' York, New York· -·
In Reply, Pl!'"tH-. Rr:fcr ro
Filt- No.
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REFERENCE:
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ARON HORTm: KAY
SUJ.WERSIVE l'u',.TTER-YOUTH' INTERNATIONAL PARTY
Nernorandum at Nev' York, New York, dated
.6/20/74
Referenced communication contained subjecl's residence and/or employment
address. A recent change has been determined and is being set forth below (change
only specified):

Employment:
1076 South Crescent Heights Boulevard,
Los Angeles, California
Unknovm
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_This.document contaLns neither recommendation.<: nor conclusions of t:Zc F'BI. It is the pro,}erty of the FBI and
is lo )'OUT agency; it and its contents are nof to be· distributed yotir ligenc)'.
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DIRECTOR, FBI
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DATE: 5/20/76
SUBJECT:
AARON KAYE
SM - YIP
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Re New York teletype to Bureau, 4/27/76, captioned
Youth International Party; IS; OO:NY.
On 5/13/76 New York initiated a preliminary inves-
tigation regarding subject for the purpose of determining
his activit ies with the Youth International Party (YIP)
and their plans for disrupting the Democratic National
Convention to be held in New York City, July 12-17,1976.
Subject is a leader of YIP and is likely to be instru-
mental in formulating plans for the group.
New York will conduct ita investigation in accor-
dance with the Attorney General Guidelines for Domestic
Security Investigations, and the Bureau will be kept
advised.
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Re New York teletype to Bureau, 4/27/76, captioned
Youth International Party; IS; OO:NY. · __
A preliminary investigation ·regarding subject was
initiated on 5/13/76 for the purpose of determining his
activities·vith the Youth International Party (YIP) and
their plans for disrupting the Democratic National Convention
New Yo?'k City, July 12-17, 1976.
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the Attorney General Guidelines for Domestic Security
IDvestigations, and it was determined that the subject did
not in any violent activity, nor did he exhibit a
propensit)' for violence.
In.view of the above, continued investigation,
or expansion to a limited or full investigation is not
recommended. No dissemination is being made, or UrM sub-
inasmuch as it is felt that reporting of routine
activities or negative information is not warranted.
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OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE ATIORNEY GENERAL
WASHI NGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr. A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
MAY I 7 1919
Re: Appeal No. 8-0986
You appealed on behalf of Aron M. Kay from the action of
the Federal Bureau of Investigat ion on his reques t for access
to records pertaining to himself maintained in its Los Angeles
Field Office.
As a result of discussions between Bureau personnel and
members of my staff, a supplemental release of records either
has been or will soon be made to you directly by the F.B.I.
In light of this fact and after careful consideration of your
appeal , I have decided to affirm the modified action in this
case.
Mr. Kay is the subject of one Los Angeles Field Office main
file -- Security Matter -- from which the Field Office
processed only those documents not previous l y reported to
Bureau Headquarters. Mr . Kay is also alluded to briefly in
two files, the subjects of which are other individuals or
organizations. In these l atter instances , Mr. Kay was
furnished only those portions of the files which pertain to
him.
Two pages of the materials pertaining to Mr. Kay are
classified and I am affirming the denial of access to them on
t he 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
Committee's final decision results in the declassification of
any information. Other materials were properly withheld from
him pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552(b) (7) (C) and (7) (D). These
pertain to investigatory records compiled for law enforcement
purposes, the release of wh ich would, respectively, constitute
an unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of third parties
by revealing an investigative interest in them on the part of

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the F.B.I. and disclose the identities of confidential sources.
Names of law enforcement and other government personnel were
also excised on the basis of 5 u.s·.c. 552(b) (7) (C). None of
the material being withheld is appropriate for discretionary
release.
Please be advised that a review of the Bureau's
Electronic Surveillance Index disclosed no reference to
Mr. Kay. The documents pertaining to Mr. Kay, including the
materials withheld from release, contain no references to the
"pie-throwing" incident mentioned in your letter of May 12,
1978, nor do they contain evidence of any visits by the Field
Office to Mr. Kay's parents or friends.
Judicial review of my action on this appeal is available
to your client in the United States District Court for the
judicial district in which he resides or has his principal
place of business, or in the District of Columbia, or in the
Central District of California, which is where the records
he seeks are located.
Sincerely,
Michael J. Egan
Associate Attorney General
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Quinlan J. Shea, Jr., Di ctor
of Information Appeals
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UNITED STATES DEPARTJ\IENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535
May 29, 1979
Mr. A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
This is in response to the administrative appeal
of your client, Aron M. Kay, from denial of access to
records concerning him by the Los Angeles Field Division.
We have agreed with the Office of Privacy and
Information Appeals, U. S. Department of Justice, to
make the additional release of information contained in
the attached records.
Enclosure
Sincerely yours,
  ti ' ""'' 1 J.1 u--
Thomas H. Bresson, Acting Chief
Freedom of Information-Privacy
Acts Branch
Records Management Division
FBI/ OOJ
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ARON MORTON dy
INFORMATION {oNCERNING

8/17/70 ..... .'
ARON MORTON KAY is the subject of LA entitled,
"ARON MORTON KAY, aka BURNING OF AMERICAN FLAG AT EMBASSY
AUDITORIUM, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, 6/13/70, DOF, 00: LOS ANGELES''.
KAY is described as white, male, born 11/14/49, at
Winnipeg, Canada, address 1076 South Crescent Boulevard,
Los Angeles, 90035, telephone 935-15e4, Social
Security Number .
, He attended Los Angeles City College, 855 North
Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, C lifornia, for one semester,
September 1969, he completed no courses. His number
is 268780 and he previously attended Fairfax Adult School,
Los Angeles, California, December 1967 - January 1969. He
has been arrested by the LAPD on 8/5/69, for Vehicle Code
violations and 3/31/69, for soliciting contributions. His
LAPD Number is 950867K. .
He was arrested on 8/2/70, for violation of the
California Military and Veteran's Code, Section 614, (Burning
of an American Flag) and is currently being prosecuted in
Los Angeles Municipal Court on this charge. LAPD records
described him as follows: ·
Name
Race
Sex
Date of Birth
Place of Birth
Height
Weight
Eyes
Hair
Characteristic
Occupation
ARON MORTON KAY
White
Male
11/14/49
Canada
5'11"
1.80
Har:el
Brown
7" scar left side of race
Laborer
A photograph is available in LA
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Office reflects that.he is
of 100-23071 (ARON KAY, aka
and Serials 7, 8, 9, and 10 ARON MOR'IQN
KAY.
It is recommended that Serials 7-10 be removed from
100-23071 and that a 100-New be opened on ARON MOR'IQN KAY
for investigation to determine if hie activities would
warrant placing him on the Security Index.
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ATED BY ASTERISK (•l Ot'LY ATTD
OR REVOL JTIO:\ARY ACTIVITfES WERE NOT DISCUSSED.
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TO
: SAC, WS ANGEIES(100-76191) (P)
DATE: l/8/73
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SUBJECT: ARON HORTON KAY
S}l * RA
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Review of this matter by the writer, indicates
report has been submitted to the Bureau, 12/29/72.
In view of the writer's transfer from Squad
#1, effective 1/l/73, it is requested that this matter
be reassigned at this time.
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SUBJECT: ARON MORTON KAY
SM- RA
Summary report
12/29/72. KAY reported
KAY continues to reside with parents MORRIS and MARY
KAY at 1076 Sooth Crescent Heights Boulevard, Los Angeles,
California.
LCS ANGEU:S
AT LCS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Will, by separate
communication, report subject's activities to Bureau.
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100-80540
105-27950
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SUBJECT: ARON ENl'·10, aka//
Aron Hartin Ka'y,
Aron Morton Kay
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9/21/73
Investigation instituted in this matter, 6/8/73, based
upon arrest of ARON ENNO, aka Aron Morton Kay, on 8/23/72,
during riotous street demonstration at the Republican National
Convention, 11iami Beach, F;J.orida. The arrest was made by the
Dade County Public Safety Department, whose Field Arrest Form,
recently made available, showed only that the subject was
arrested at the Miami Beach Convention Center and is a white,
male, born 11/14;49, place of birth not shown.
For information of Los Angeles, charges against
virtually all arrested during the Republican and Democratic
1972 national conventions were eventually dismissed, the
exception being aggravated cases. Subject's case was not
included among these exceptions.
J•1iami indices negative re subject.
On '(/16/75, Miami submitted an FD-9 re subject.
On 7/26/75, FD-9 was returned by the Identification
Division. Enclosed Identi1'ication Record showed one arrest
each for an ARON MARTIN KAY and an ARON MORTON KAY, possibly
identifiable with the subject. KAY, FBI# 589 H, was
arrested by the Los Angeles, California PD on   as ARON
MARTIN KAY, File No. LA 950 t)6?-K. The charge was "614D,
Military & Veterans Code." No disposition shown. llie
second arrest, also by the Los Angeles PD, was on 10/25/70,
for an ARON MORTON KAY, File Number LA 950 867 K. The charge
was "b47c PC (begging misd)." No disposition was shown.
Descriptive data in Identification Record for KAY as foll?ws:
(';)_ Los Angeles (RM)
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Height:
Weight:
Hair:
Eyes:
Place of Birth:
1970 address:
Occupation:

5 feet, 11 inches
185 pounds
Brown
Blue
Canada
1076 S. Crescent Heights
Blvd., California, no
city shown
Laborer
It is noted that no age or date of birth was listed.
On 8/2/73, Bureau advised that a check of Bureau
, .files revealed no record re the subject.
On 8/10/73,
with negative results,
Department e.nd
that same date,
County Public
the above-mentioned
subject.
On 9;4/73,
aspects of New Left ac
advised that the subject was
caused to be reviewed,
Beach Police
re the subject. On
determined that the Dade
record for subject outside
No photo was available o.f
who is .familiar with certain
the Miami, Florida, area,
unknown to him.
No further investigation deemed warranted by Miami
Division, above being furnished to Los Angeles .for any action
deemed necessary by that office.
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Mernorandum
SAC, LOS ANGElES (100-76191) (P) DATE; ll/26/73
FROM SA
SUBJECT: ARON }iORTON KAY
Sl! - YIP
OO:LA
Re llew York letter to Los Angeles, 11/llt/73.
On ll/21/73, an atteMpt was I,;ada to contact KAY's
residence telephonically, but the telephone listed for KAY
(935-1534) was disconnected.
LEAD
Will determine subject's whereabouts through logical.
sources and advise the Bureau and New York with appropriate
communication.
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Date of Report
Date
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C";+; : :1 vh.ilt-d by the FBI two d.lys;
by A ron .:.ay Marijul-fla Day with 1
• of those who • m•rch on John and Martha
out theNixo-n<llddtdator· Mitchell'' (theywerehome
ship conllnues. even afler w.ter- .nd came to the window). TM-y
This. h.uHs.meni is b-emg u-s:&d the excuse tlu-t they w•re
urriedcxrlbytheFBimthename \ool1ng for • fugitive •nd of
of "natJOnll se-curity," Doe pub· cours.t we didn't help them .ny.
lication being s.ubJeded to coun· They even got 1 netghbor lo let
tkrinwrg"t"rKy is. the YlPSTER th('m ul up 1 po't
TJMES, 1 paper put o-ut acroH Ule s.treet. When YIP was
by the Youth International Pariy o.rg1nU.ing for the July 4th
(Yippie,). Smok.e·ln and lmpNch Nixon
YIPSTER TIMES shrh·d in March in D.C., the FBI vis.ite-d
1972 ...,.m"t"n 1.ome ex-Zippies de- me-mber.. in Virgini• and they
cided to the trip 9oing even h-.d I car MilT'"
the Mtami From the U.e where Uu· props we-re
abrt, YT hn b-e<:n use-d liS an l>etng m1ck. Atle-r the •
tool for YIP ch1plers. they to QUal: out. Pe-opl.,
.nd ad the J•nuary l973 if. OhiO, w.sning-
inlh' pnmuily org1n1Zed fre-ex ton (Sbte). Florida, rtc.,
lo   at tht lnhogur•· were- g>etl1ng th-e- FBI k:I'Klck.irHiJ
tion with 1 "rat float" of Adolf 01"\ fre-edom'" door to find out
Nixs.cum. The FBI by that time- "wh&l's cool;. mg."
was. a.lrudy into full "win9,.pull· W1lhin 1. few weeks I r•-
ing off their' "n.at1Un1l securtly" turned to L.A. from the- Smok.e·
i-nquir.es. Fo:- • lhey k-1, Inn into 1 brother Oowo in
visited Beach .nd he hippc-d me-
Ohio. a week pnor to the -.ctton to the fa-ct th•t the FBI 90t his.
.nd I one- of the na.rne from 1 mailmg lis.t and
fnqt.tire-d about. h-.d • con· 1nqu1red about me-. TMy •ls.o
f•re-nc• t'wre and I h1tche-d in tum t.o infiltr11te -"'Ithe-r
  fOJ" it 1 oueH the-y rad•c•l group. Of M r•-
out 'c•uo;;e I h1ve 1. put ruseo. Tt.e-n pecple told me-
history of be-ing a of s.imil-.r occurre-ncM·and I be·
er" (a-ccording 'to the- L.A. Re-d t.o ou-t ove-r thts. Soon
Squad.). it was. time for me- to to
D-uring the s.pring and summer NYC ll'ld I word two we--e-ks
of '73, the FBI .,.,.,.., 901ng to the- late-r that the-y viscte-d a fri..nd
doors of YT •ubscriben, 1nquir- and they uk.e-d I "wu
ing as cks•re-fortlwp•per, into Wi!&poi'IS" and dumb qves-
whe-re i' Bernadine- Dohrn or lions aboJJi t.Mo p·ape-r. Th-ey als.o
other c.onbcted 1 woman fri.nd lind
•"'en s.tooptcd.s.o low u to as.k. 'r'T the-y try1nljl to pry all the-y
,..a-den: to re-port llf"IY could o...rtofher,thru1e-rung, '"Wtc
that YIP to conbct them can • yovr liftc miHrabl•for
\o th-e FBI. During you and ..-e c.an bug your phontc.
P't""iod, 'tift learned 01.1r "C tJT" "2 3
phone-s. ontelecommand{the- 1..' 0 ' w:l
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SM to ··vo g-et
la•d. All.,,& for ''n.{1onal n·
curity:·
' YIPSTER TIMES ...._ve
815.0 r..c•rv•ng mail that
wu by tnt- •1
l•ad ch..pte-r has r.-c:e-•vet.I
'their bundle- of w1tn the
bo:.: tom ope-n, It like tM
Huston for 5Ur·
is in forct- "unoffu::tal·
ly.'' Lik:to .tn-e N!num.-nt drove-
ovr maillngl•s1 W!dre--
inforc.d ..._.. idu that YIPSTER
TIMES lS A THREAT TO '"NA·
TI.()NAL &ECURIT'I'"
up by 1he- cops near the- railroad
tr•cks. adjac.nl to Dule-y Plaza.
Thf.y '<IOrt-re p1de--d UP as. ponible
sus.pKts, in the- .tt1re of th.a1 of
the bums. wr..e.n th-ey tai:H'I
\o the police Wtio-n, the-y _...._.
cut loos.•. TM of ttw
photoqr&phs. came t'romt:MDAL-
LAS TIMES-HER.6.LD 8nd iN
FORT WORTH TELEGRAM, both
date-d No¥ffTib.eor 23, €
W. tht upcomir.g- YT •ill
.-. eiclusi..-. arbcl• ttut
_..,. bof. h story of thll! c.-nturf'
•• prc1ure-s: of How•rd
ttunt, FrP S.1urg•s tht' O'i·
••ld double- in Dallu on
n; 19€J·-tht' of tN
S'l:. TM tt'lrw
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If you want to k;oow mar. moot
tnt Dallas. Trio and rwws ttat no
etM-r will
• frH eopy of YJPSTER TIMES
by wrillnQ kl Box li2 C.na.l
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It· Is my opinion that the 'media
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of us divulge Information to or
trust In the federal au-
hn;i,;.-,;_,-'r'hev are free tp keep files
all of us, yet we are powerless in
attempts to obtain Information
them. Before this country
an authoritarian state
totau·t.artan state, we must raise
outcry to free Will Lewis and
the FBI. · .
ELJZABETR KEATHLEY
Peace and Freedom Party
gubernatorial nominee
Venlcf
ARON KAY
Youth International Party
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Ediuo., Friday Final
Autho" Elizaheth
Edito" Aron Kay
Tttl-. AARON HOI:TON KAI
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SAC, YORK (100-178437)
DAT£:
10/9/74
FROM
SAC, LOS ANGELES
SUBJECT:.
ARON MORTON KAY, alm
SM-YIP
00: NY
·- Enclosed herewith for the Ne-.r York Office is one
ly,
by
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copy each of FD 306
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information furnished SA
1111111115 relating to subject ARON
Pursuant to Bureau instructions contained in a
letter to SAC, Albany and all offices dated 9/9/74, entitled,
"Youth International Party (YIP), IS", no further investigations
are to be conducted regarding individual YIP activists
warranted by that individual's subversive activities
exclusive of his YIP association. As there is no additional
information at this time to indicate any subversive activities
on KAY's part outside of his YIP affiliation, no further
investigation being conducted in the Los Angeles Division
and this matter is considered RUC.
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TO :SAC, LC6 ANGELES (100-76191) (C)
DATE: 2/27/75
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FROM
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SUBJECT: ARON !-'ORTON KAY
SM-YIP
00: New York
On instant date, captioned subject appeared at the Los
Angeles Office of the FBI in an attempt to determine why the
FBI wanted to talk to him.
Subject stated that a FBI Agent had come to his house
and asked to· speak with him, and that he had told the Agent
he did want to talk to him. Subject stated the reason he
the FBI Agent that was because his mother was also home
and he did not want to upset her.
Subject stated he would like to know what the Agent
wanted, but he does not want the Agent to come to his house
since his mother is easily upset.
Subject said the only thing he remembers about the Agent
is that he had blond hair.
Prior to
"call Agent
leaving the FBI Office, subject stated he would
of the FBI since he has my file, and maybe
FBI wants."
he would know
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mention the FBI maintained a se on him
name ever mentioned by
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UNITED STATES -GOVERNMENT
Memorandum
SAC, Los Angeles (100-7619l)(C)

DATE: 2/28/75
FROM SA
SUBJECT:
ARON MORTON KAY
Sl! - YIP
OO:NY
During the late afternoon of Thursday, February
27, 1975
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subject ARON HORTON KAY, telephonically called
the writer to inquire as to whether or not I had been
out attempting to interview him earlier in the day. He
said he understood "You have had my file in the past."
The writer has not attempted to interview and
has no idea· where he got my name. He also explained that
he had been in the early afternoon and
inquired of SA if he knew who had been out in
'an attempt to • The results of his inquiry at
that time were negative.
KAY said he had been home (at his parents house)
at the time a tall blond SA of the FBI came to the house
and wanted to talk with him. He said "I refuBed to talk
with him because I was really freaked out at the time."
He said also his mother was the only· other person in the
house with him at the time and he did not want to have
her become overly alarmed. He said,"I have been active in
radical movements, maybe that's why they want to talk to me.n
The writer advised KAY that at no time had he ever
cane to his house in an attempt to interview him, much
less had he contacted KAY earlier that same day. KAY refUsed
to fUrnish his home address or telephone number, saying he
did not want to be contacted at his home; and that he(had
already fUrnished that information to some other SA df the
Los Angeles Division of the FBI over the telephone earlier·
in the day.
ACTION: KAY is the subject of two closed
Angeles Division; l80-b4; and 100-76191. T e
in the indicees to indicate why anyone from
be attempting to interview him at this t
1.n the 100 matter, it is reco=nded tha
assigned to have NY submi FD-128.
LA 100-76191 /
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AROH Y.ORTOH KAY, aka
SH - YIP
001 New York
. Re-LA let to NY and Ctncinnati captioned as above, dated
10/9/74·

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On Thursday, Febru!U7 27, 1975, ARON MORTON KAY contacted
this office voluntarily both by telephone and in person. At that
time he advised is presently back in California and living
at his parent's hame, 1076 South crescent Heights Boulevard,
Los Angeles, california 90035.
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In view of the above, the New York Division ie requested to
submit FD-128; and an RUC report covering eubject
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lii thin that di vi B ione.l terri tor,-•
.i.,.- Jrew York (mr)
Q.)- Loe Angeles
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SUBJECT:ARON MORTON KAY
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00: New York
On Thursday, 2/27/75, subject ARON MORTON KAY
telephonically contacted the writer seeking information
as to the identity of the Special Agent who reportedly had
come to his home earlier in the day to interview him, He
refused to say how he got my name,
He reported he was currently living with his parents
at 1076 South Crescent Heights Boulevard, Los Angeles, California;
and he furnished his home telephone number as 935-1584, He said
that his attorney was MIKE COGAN, telephone number 413-4430,
He described the Special Agent who had been out to
·his house as in his 30's, tall, blond hair, wearing a light
brown suit.
ACTION
KAY.
The above is to record the phone call from subject
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NIXON FOR PP2SIDBIT HEAOO.UARTERS,
3/9 - 12/72
Sponsored by Peace Action
and Student Union for Peace and
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IS - RE'TOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES;

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Remy tcls captioned as above, and dated 5/10/72,
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and 5/11/72.
Enclosed for the Bureau are five copies of a
memorandum (12-il·l), setting forth the arrests 'of
20 individuals en 5/10/72, and seven individuals on
5/11/72, durins the course of above·captioned demonstra-
tions. ·
Copies of the LHM are being disseminated to
Secret Service, Los Angeles; 115th HIG, Pa:;adena; and
Office of the United States Attorney, Los Angeles, per
previous agreen;ents.
· Information furnishod by sources contained in
this Lm1 is classified   because the un-
authorized disclosure of the or
identity of sources would be detrimental to· the national
defense.
The foll0\1ing arrestees are identified as
security subjects qf the Los Angeles Division:
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YOUTll It\TERNATIO:--IAL PAR'l)'
IS-RA
( 00: YORK)
Enclosccl for the Bureau are eight copies and for
. other f:eceiving offices, copies as designated, of an Ll-!i-1,
dated as above, captioned "Youth International Party, Kock
Concert, Area of Hanassas, Virginia, Hay 13,  
Receiving offices are requested to search indices on
all individuals mentioned and advise Alexandria and l-IfO of ·
· p_ertire nt infonr1..1.tion. Copies are being designated for l-IFO in
view of upcoming National YIP "smoke-in" scheduled for
7/4/73 .•
Alexandria is opening cases on those individuQls
·arrested in this incident as 'l·>ell as any other klio\·m leQders.
The individuals listed as merely being in attendence are not knO\-m
to have caused disruption and, in the absence of other infonnation,
no investigation need be Pit _them. )\ames should be
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YOUTII INTERNATIONAL PAR1Y
ROCK CONCERT, AREA OF
MANASSAS, VIRGINIA •
HAY 13, 1973
On May 14, 1973,

Prince Wi11irun County, Virginia, Police Department,
Virt;ini4l, furnished the follO\-ling
concerning a rock concert held on Sunday, 13, .1973,
sponsored by the Youth International Party (YIP).
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The Youth lnternutional Party (YIP), also
known as Yipples, is a.lopse1y knit, anti- _
establishment, revolutionary youth organization
formed in New York City January, 1968. •
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stated that on Hay 9, 1973, the
Prince Wi ounty Park and Recreation Office issued a
permit for the use of a county park to Wanda Hauck, 9228
Aspen Place, Manassas, Virginia, at her request for a
rock concert to be held on Hay 13, 197 3. ...
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- Subsequent to issuance 'of the permit,

obtained copies of n flyer which h3.d b.een lw.nded out
in the area publicizing the concert. This flyer,
captioned the of the \-lced" and noted as being ,
put out by YIP, stated the renson for the concert was to rnise
money for defense of approxi.mately 60 individuals -...•ho had
arrested in a police n3.rcotics . r.:1id in Prince Williar.t
County, Virsini<l, on Harch 30, . 1973. The flyer ""ent

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ROCK CONCERT, MEA OF
MANASSAS,
HAY 13, 1973

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on to denounce police authorities for enforcing
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lm1s and extolled m,:uijuana as a -''harmless Heed,"- ·

the possession or use of lvhich should not bs; considered a crime.
It. c.:1lled for a distinction to be r.ndc betl·.'een mtlrijuana usc and
U. S. involvement in Southeast Asia, the l·!atergatc Incident,
and the transporting of "heroin from Southeast Asia via CIA and
Ameika."- It also called for a march on the county jail to protest
the narcotics arrests of several I·ICcks prior.
---advised that in vie1v of the stated
purpose Park and Recreation Department
cancelled the permit on Friday, Hay 11, 197 3.
stated that on Saturday evening,
, he met with representatives of YIP, identified·
as Dale Nauck and James Freeman Rector, lvho were accompanied
by unidentified and the
concert. Nauck and Rector that the
concert was goinf; to be held ·on property ,..-here no ·
··permit was necessary and that the YIP officials there would
be either themselves or Josh 13olvers and Hike Heredith.
lea=ed the next da):, Sunday,
Hay 13, 1973; that Hauck, Rector, and tlH! t1..-o- femnlcs hac\
obto.ined permission to use private properLy ncar Nokesville,
Virginio., a few miles south of H:massas ond at approximately.
1:00 P. H., Hay 13, 1973, the concert begort, with about 250 ·
people in
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complaints Irb:n residents in t;tc area conce=int; the noise
and conduct of those in attcndc'nce tho.t oprroxili1:-ttely GO county
and Virginio. State Police OCficcrs arri.v<:!cl at the scene. By
npproxim.."ltcly' 5:00 1'. N. the concert \·.'JS over o.nd most of the
participants ho.d left the are.:1 •
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of people tn the o.rco but there 1-:crc sc·Ycr.:1l minor incidents
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of t\.;o nt!ulL!; o.ntl on ch.:1q:cs ro.n;;in.; (rom
disorderly conduct to op,·r.:lt. inr; a tm.t!' i.e .lesti,·ot viLhollt a
pcunit. There w.orc no no.l'c.:otics arrct:L,;. "

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On June 7, 1973, a rcprcsento.tive of tha national
llOOOhio Drive, S.W., ll.:l!:hington, D. C. (h!IX:),
availo.blc n copy of a notice to form filed
June 1, 1973{ by the Youth Party (Yn'), Post
Office Staten Izla..'1d, l:iQ/York. The
sponsor5/"ere lizted as .Do.ve i·:U·ler, John Hiern1ck o.nd
Dana £cal · . ...r t:h their acdrcss J.1s ted as 17 24 20th Street I
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be held on July 4, 1973, the Furpose was to
celc!Jratc   with cultural activities and seek
in the nat:'.e of our forefathers th?. il:lpcacht:'.ent of President
Nixon by pcaceiul.petition to The notice also
reflected an c= persons participo.ting
to be five t!lousand the loc?.tions to be the liashington
Monur..ent, Sylv.:l!l Thentcr, Consti.tution A'-'enue, o.nd the east
steps of th?. enitcd Sto.tcs Notice reflected
the YIPs plcr .. ned to cc!:.p on the i·?ashin;;ton grounds
on the ev2nin3 of July 3, 1973, =d cere;-.cnies vould begin at
da-m, July 4, 1973, 'rlith a sunrize service.!!!: 4:00 p.m. the
YIPs vould to Capitol =d fron 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
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WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535
May 17, 1979
· Mr. A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
This is in response to the administrative appeal
of your client, Aron Morton Kay, from denial of access
to records concerning him by the New York field division.
We have agreed with the Office of Privacy and
Information Appeals, u. s. Department of Justice, to make
the additional release of information contained in the
attached records.
Enclosure
Sincerely yours,
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Thomas H. Bresson, Acting Chief
Freedom of Information-
Privacy Acts Branch
Records Management Division
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
I 8 1978
A. J. Weberman, Esquire
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
New York Field Office
Re: Aron Morton Kay
Thi s is to advi se you that your administrative appeal
to the Deputy Attorney General from the action by the
Federal Bureau of Investigation on your request
under the Privacy Act for information from the files of the
Department of Justice was received by this Office on
May 9, 19 78 .
This Office has a s ubstantial backlog of pending appeals
"r eceived prior to yours and a shortage of attorneys. In a n
attempt to afford e ach 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 assign ed number 8 - 0905. Please mention this
number in any future correspondence wi th t his Office concerning
specific appeal.
We wi ll 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,
 
Janice Adams
Acting Administrative Assistant
Office of Privacy and Information
Appeals
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr. A. J . Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr . Weberman:
Los Angeles Field Office
Re: Aron Morton Kay
Thi s is to advise you that your administrative appeal
to the Deputy Attorney General from the acti on by the
Federal Bureau of Investigation on your request
under the Privacy Act for information from the files of the
Department of Justice was received by this Office on
May 19, 1978.
This Office has a substantial backlog of pending appeals
'received prior to yours and a shortage of attorneys. In an
a ttempt to afford each appellant equal and impartial treatment,
we have adopted a gen eral practice of assigning appeals to
Office a ttorneys in the approximate order of receipt. Your
appeal has been assign e d number 8- 0986. Please mention this
number in any f u ture correspondence with thi s Office concerning
this specifi c appeal .
We wi ll notify you of the deci s i on of the Deputy Attorney
General on your appeal as soon as we can. The necessity of
this delay is regretted and your continuing courtesy i s
appreciated.
Sincerely, .
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Acting Administrative Assistant
Office of Privacy and Information
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL
WASHI NGTON, D.C. 20530
JUL \ 9
Mr. Alan Jules Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York , New York 1001 2
Dear Mr. Weberman:
You appealed on behalf of Mr. Aaron Morton Kay from
the partial denial by Mr . Allen H. McCreight of Hr . Kay's
request for access to Bureau records pertaining to himself .
Bureau records concerning Mr . Kay which are maintained in
both his name and the name of the Youth International Party
were processed pursuant to this request .
As a result of your appeal , the Bureau will now re-
lease additional information. The symbols and file numbers
assigned to Bureau sources , the names of federal and local
government employees , and personal information about third
parties which has no apparent connection with Mr . Kay will
continue to be withheld. 5 U. S.C. 552(b) (2) and (7) (C) .
Classified information, identities of confidential sources
and the description of an investigative technique will also
continue to be withheld. 5 U. S.C. 552(b) (1), (7) (D) and
(7) (E) . The classified information has been rev iewed by the
Department Review Committee in accordance with 28 C. F.R. 16 . 10
and found to warrant continued classification under Executi ve
Order 11652.
There are no reasonably segregable , nonexempt portions
of the withheld information tha t can be r e leased and no dis-
cretionary release is appropriate.
I want to advise you that Mr . Kay ' s "rap sheet" doe s
not appear in the records that h ave been processed pursuant
to his request . He may , however , obtain that document, if
it exists, by fol lowing the procedures set forth in the en-
closure . I also want to advise you that the Bureau records
which have been processed do not contain any references to
"pieing escapades" , Bureau agent visits to Mr . Kay's friends,
or electronic surveilla nce pertaining to Mr. Kay . I hope
this information is helpful.
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Judicial review of my action on this appeal is
available to your client in the United States District
court for the judicial district in which he resides or
has his principal place of business, or in the District of
Columbia, which is also where the records he seeks are
located.
Enclosure
Sincerely,
Benjamin R. Civiletti
Deputy Attorney General
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[Order 556-73\
PART Hi-PRODUCTION OR
OF MATERIAL OR INFORMATION
Subpart C-Production of FBI identifica-
tion Records in Response to Written Re-
quests by Subjects Thereof
By order dated September 24, 1973, the
Attorney Gener3.1 of the United States
directed that the Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation, hereinafter referred to as the
FBI, publish rules for the dissemination
of arrest and convicUon records to the
subjects of such records upon request.
This order resulted from a determimttion
that 28 U.S.C. 534 does not prohibit the
subjects of arrest and conviction records
from having accesS to those records. In
accordance with the Attorney General's
order, the FBI will release to the sub-
jects of identification records copies of
such records upon submission of a writ-
ten request, satisfactory proof of identity
of the person whose identificition record
is requested and a processing fee of five
dollars. '
Since the FBI Identification Divisiori
is not the source of the data appearing
in identification records, and obtains all
data thereon from fingerprint cards or
related identification forms submitted to
the FBI by local, state, and Federal agen-
cies, the responsibility for authentication
and correction of such data rests upon
the contributing agencies. Therefore, the
rules set forth for changing, correcting
or updating' such data require that the
subject of an identification record make
application to the original contributing
agency in order to correct the deficiency
complained of.
.The relevant provisions of the Admin-
istrative Procedure Act (5 U.S.C. 553)
reqUiring notice of proposed rule mak-
ing, opportunity for public participation
and delay in effective d3..te are inap-pli-
cable because the rna terial contained
herein relates to the interpretation of
28 U .S.C. 534 as allowing the granting of
an exemption to subjects of
tion records and relief of prior adminis-
trative restrictions on dissemination of
such records to them. Furthermore, it is
deemed in the public interest that there
be no delay in effective date of avail-
ability of identification records to the
subjects thereof.
By virtue of the order of the Attorney
General, dated September 24, 1973, and
pursuant to the authority delegated to
the Director, FBI by 28 CFR 0.85 (b),
Part 16 of 28 CFR Chapter I, is amended
by adding the following new Subpart C:
§ 16.30 Purpose and scope.
This subpart contains the regulations
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation,
hereafter referred to as the FBI, con-
cerning procedures to be followed when
the subject of an identifkation record
requests production thereat. It also con-
tains the procedures for obtaining any
change, correction or updating of such
record.
RULES AND REGUtAT!ONS
§ 1(),31 D(•flnition
rt'l'('rd.
of identifieation
t;.n FBI identification record, often
re.!erred to as a "rap sheet," is a listing
of fingerprints submitted to and retained
by the FBI in connection with arrests
and, in certain instances, fingerprints
submitted in connection with employ-
ment, naturalization or rnilitary service.
The identification record includes the
name of the agency or institution which
submitted the fingerprints to the FBI. If
the fingerprints submitted to the FBI
concern a criminal offense, the identifi-
cation record includes the date arrested
or received, arrest charge information
and disposition data concerning the ar-
rest if known to the FBI. All such data
included in an identification record are
obtained from the contributing local,
State and Feder'al agencies. The FBI
Identification Division is not the source
of such data t•efiected on an identifica-
tion record.
§ 16.32 Proc{'dnre to obtain nn idcntifi-
cution re{'ord.
The subject of an identification record
may obtain a copy thereof by submitting
a written request via the United States
mails directly to the FBI, Identification
Division, Washington, D.C. 20537, or may
present his written request in person dur-
ing regular business hours to the FBI
Identification Division,
Washington, D.C. Such re-
quest must be accompanied by satisfac-
tory proof of identity, which shall con-
sist of name, date and place of birth
and a set of rolled-inked fingerprint im-
pressions taken upon fingerprint cards or
forms commonly utilized for applicant or
law enforcement purposes by law en-
forcement agencies.
§ 16.33 Fee for provision of identifica-
tion record.
Each written request for production of
an identification record must be accom-
panied by a fee of five dollars <SS.OO)
in the form of a certified check or money
order, payable to the Treasurer of the
United States. This fee is established pur-
suant to the provisions of 31 U.S.C. 483a
and is based upon the clerical time be-
yond the first quarter hour to be spent
in searching, identifying and reproducing
each identification record requested, at
the rate of $1.25 per quarter hour, as
specified in § 16.9. Any request for  
of fee shall accompany the original re-
quest for the identification record and
shall include a claiin and proof of in-
digenc.y. Consideration will be given to
waiving the fee in sUch cases.
§ 16.34 Procedure to ohtain change,
<.·orrection or updating of
tion rr-cords.
If, after reviewing his identification
record, the subJect thereof believes that
it is incorrect or incomplete in any re-
spect and wisheR changes, correction or
updating of the alleged deficiency, he
must make application directly to the
contributor of the questioned informa-
tion. Upon the receipt of an c.jicial com-
munication directly from the agency
which contributed the original informa-
tion the FBI Identification Division will
make any changes necessary in accord-
al'lce with the information supplied by
the agency.
CLARENCE M. KELLEY,
Director,
Federal Bureau of InVestigation.
NOVEMBER 21, 1973.
[FR Doc.73-25198 Flied 11-27-73;8:45 amJ
FBI/DOJ
FEDERAL REGISTER, VOL. 38, NO. 221J.,.-WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1973
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In Reply, Please Refer to
File No.
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL BURE AU OF I NVESTIGATION
201 East 69th Stree t
New York, New York 10021
~ J   a y 2, 1978
Mr . A.J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bl eeker Street
New York, New Yo rk 10012
Dear Mr . Weber man :
A revi ew of the fi l es of the New York Office (NYO)
o f t he Federal Bureau of Invest igation (FBI) has been comp l eted
pursuant to Mr . Aaron Kay ' s request. The request has been
considered in l ight of the provisions of bo th the Freedom
o f Information Act (FOIPA) (Title 5, Uni t ed States Code, Section
552) a nd the Pr i vacy Act of 1974 (Title S1 Uni ted States Code ,
Section 552a). It has been determined by the Attorney General
(AG) t hat requests by individu a l s seeking informa tion about
themselves are governed by the Privac y Act.
In additi on , as the matter of admini strati ve d iscretion ,
any documents which are found to be exempt from disclosure
unde r the Privacy Act, \olill also be processed under t he
provisions of the FOIA. Through t hese procedures, Mr . Kay
receives the greatest degree of a ccess a uthorized by the
law.
Enclosed is a copy of nine pages from these files
which contai n information identifiable with him. Exc i sions
have been made from these pa ges i n order to protect ma terials
-v1hich are exempted from disclosure by the following sub-
sections of Ti tle 5 , United States Code (U$C), Section 552 :
(b) (7) i nvestigat ory records compiled for l aw
enforcemen t purposes , but only to t he ex t ent tha t t he pr oduction
of suc h records would consti tute an unwarranted i nvasion
of personal privacy or disclose the i d ent i t y of a conf ide ntia l
source .
There are additional documents referencing you
which have previously been reported to FBI Headquarters.
FBI Headquarters previously processed your request and the
information released included documentation from the
investigation in New York.
You have 30 days from receipt of this letter to
appeal to the AG for any denial contained herein. The appeal
should be directed in writing to the Attorney General
(Attention: Freedom of Information Appeals Unit), Washington,
D .. c, 20530, The envelope and the· letter should be clearly
marked, "Freedom of Information Appeal".
Very truly yours,
ROBERT E. KENT
Assistant Director In Charge
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MARirN A. CROWE
Supervisory Special Agent
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1. Under provisions FOI / PA I wish to appeal determination of Rober t E.
I<e;lt in letter from NYFO dated 2 May 7 8 re: 1\RON MORTON KAY.
2. Many important documents are missing - for example at one point
Agents approached my landlord at #6 Bleecker Street and showed him
a photo of Kay and asked him if he had ever seen this "round- faced Jew"
before. are also P,O documents regarding his so-called "pie-missions"-
in fact, his entire no reference to "pies" in any manner
shape or form. Surely, the FBI has not overlook ed this potential threat
to Na tional Security .
3. Thank - you for the documents you have sent in the p ast upon appeal.
signed
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6 BLEECKER STREET. I<EW YORK CITY 10012 · PHONE: AJ WEBERMAN (212) 477·6243
Deputy Attorney General
United States Departrnellt of Justice
Washington, D.C. 20530
(Attention: Privacy Appeal-Denial of Access)
7March78
1. Enclosed please find letter of Allen H. McCreight dated 24 Feb 78
regarding FBI documents on ARON MORTON KAY.
2. I wish t:o appeal the detennina·tion of Mr. McCreight as to the number
of documents released vis a vis the deletions in the documents. Where
is Mr. Kay's "rap-sheet"? Where are reports on his numerous pieing
escapades? Where are reports of his innumerable phone calls on NY-T2
(212-533-5027)? Where are the Airtells regarding the visits of FBI
agents to various friends of Aron Morton Kay on ·the West Coast?
(I intend to file seperate FOIA requests with LA & NY Field Offices.)
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535
February 24, 1978
Mr. Aron Morton Kay
cjo Mr. Alan Jules Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Kay:
Receipt of your payment of fees as previously
requested is acknowledged.
Your request for information concerning you has
been considered in light of the provisions of both the
Freedom of Information Act '(FOIA) (Title 5, United States
Code, Section 552) and the Privacy Act of 1974 (Title 5,
United States Code, Section 552a) . It has been determined
by the Attorney General that requests by individuals seeking
information about themselves are governed by the Privacy
Act. In addition, as a matter of administrative discretion,
any documents which are found to be exempt from disclosure
under the Privacy Act will also be processed under the
provisions of the FOIA. Through these procedures you
receive the greatest degree of access.authorized by both
laws.
Enclosure I contains copies of the files main-
tained by the FBI in your name. Excisions have been made
from these documents in order to protect materials which are
exempted from disclosure by the following subsections of
Title 5, United States Code, Section 552:
(b) ( 7)
investigatory records compiled for law
enforcement purposes, the disclosure
of which would:
(C) constitute an unwarranted invasion
of the personal privacy of another
person;
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Mr. Aron Morton Kay
(D) reveal the identity of an individual
who has furnished information to
the FBI under confidential circum-
stances or reveal information furnished
only by such a person and not
apparently known to the public or
otherwise accessible to the FBI by
overt means;
(E) disclose investigative techniques
and procedures, thereby impairing
their future effectiveness.
Enclosure II contains copies of documents in the
Youth International Party (YIP) file where your name is
indexed. Excisions have been made from these documents, and
one document has been withheld in its entirety in order
protect materials which are exempted from disclosure by the
following subsections of Title 5, United States Code,
Section 552:
(b) (1) information which is currently and
properly classified pursuant to Execu-
tive Order 11652 in the interest of
the national d e fense or foreign policy;
(b) (7) investigatory records compiled for law
enforcement purposes, the disclosure
of which would:
(C) constitute an unwarranted invasion
of the personal privacy of another
person;
(D) revea l the identity of an individual
who ha s furnished information to
the FBI under confidential circum-
stances or reveal information furnished
only by such a person and not
apparently known to the public or
otherwise accessible to the FBI by
overt means.
In addition, information regarding other individuals
has been d e leted from the YIP documents since it does not
pertain to you personally and, therefore, is conside red to
be outside the scope of your request.
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Mr. Aron Morton Kay
Should you desire a check of our field office
files, you are advised that a listing of them as separate
indices has been published in the Federal Register,
Volume 42, Number 190 -Friday, September 30, 1977. It
would be incumbent upon you to so designate your requests
directly to them.
If you believe your name may also have been
recorded by the FBI incident to the investigation of other
persons or some organization, please advise us of the
details describing the specific incident or occurrence and
time frame. Thereafter, further effort will be made to
locate, retrieve and process any such records.
You have thirty days from receipt of this letter
to appeal in writing to the Deputy Attorney General,
United States Department of Justice, Washington, D. C. 20530,
(Attention: Privacy Appeal- Denial of Access).
Enclosures (2)
Sincerely yours,
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Freedom of Information-
Privacy Acts Branch
Records Management Division
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In Reply , Please Refer to
File No.
UNITED STATES DE PARTMENT OF J USTICE
FEDERAL BUREAU OF I N VESTI GATION
300 United States Court House
Kansas City, Missouri,64106
March 14, 1978
Mr. Aron Morton Kay
c/o Mr. Alan Jules Weberrnan
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Kay:
Reference is made to your letter to this office
for any files we might have concerning you.
A review of the files of this office for
information concerning you, under the provisions of
both the Freedom of Information Act (Title 5, U. S.
Code, Section 552) and the Privacy Act of 1974 (Title 5,
U. S. Code, Section 552 a) has failed to locate any
information which can be identified with you based upon
the information you provided.
Should you desire a check of any other federal
agency or local agency, you should specif ically make a
request to that agency .
Sincerely yours,
ROBERT J. MCCARTHY
Special Agent in Cha r ge
R. Graham, Jr.
visory Special Agent
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
Washington, D.C. 20537
A.J. Weberman, Esquire
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York City, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
January 31, 1978
Re: 7 8- 0 9 0- P
Your Freedom of Information/Privacy Act request seeking
information from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
on behalf of your client, Aron M. Kay was received on
January 30, 1978.
An exceedingly heavy volume of FOI/PA requests has been
received over the last few months. Despite expansions
of your staff responsible for such matters, substantial
delays in processing requests continue.
In an effort to deal fairly with any request requiring
the retrieval, processing and duplication of documents,
the request is being handled in chronological order based
on the date of receipt. Please be assured that your
request is being handled as quickly as possible and
that all documents which can be release will be made
available at the earliest possible date.
Sincerely,
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Russ Aruslan
Chief
Freedom of Information Division
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINI STRATION
Washington, D.C. 20537
Mr. A.J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman :
MAR l 5 19711
Re : 78- 090P
Your unda ted Freedom of Information/Privacy Act request to
the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) on behalf of your
client, Aron M. Kay, has been processed .
Only one document pertaining to your client has been located.
The syst em of r ecords which contains the document is exempt from the
access provisions of the Privacy Act (5 USC 552a (j)(2)). However,
as a matter of discretion, the document with a minor excision
will be released to you (28 CFR 16.57).
The information excised is being withheld pursuant to the
following subsection of the Freedom of Information Act (5 USC
552), which exempts from disclosure matters that are:
(b)(2) related s ol el y to the internal rules and
practices of DEA.
The document reproduction fee has been wai ved and the aforementioned
document is being forwarded to you with this l etter .
If you are dissatisfied with the r esults of t he pr ocessing of
your request , you may seek a review of this action by contacting
the Office of Privacy and Information Appeals, Office of the
Deput y Attorney General, Department of J ustice, Washington,
D. C. 20530.
Enclosures
Sincerely ,
Peter B. Bensinger
Administrator
     
by Donald E. Mi l l er
Chief Counsel
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• SPO NSORE:D BY THE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL\ PARTrfYIP) AT .
IJ.' ASH IN G T 0 N , u. C. , JULY 4 , I 9 7 5 . --
ON JULY 2, 1975 , A AND FINAL MEETING IJ.'AS HELD AT
THE   I 0 N A L CAP IT A L P /\ R K S H F: A D U A P. T E R S , I 0. 0 !-! I 0 DR I V E ,
s.: . .J,, 'N'ASK INGTON, D. c., 6ET\..' EE N     OF THE NATIONAL
CAP 1 TAL P z :-: S, VAH I O US '.v y\:,..fF.DERAL Tl·1EN TS
AN D REPR0>ENTATIVES OF T!f1V•10 Tll 9fi LOVE THE
YOUTH .,lY.I ERrJATIO NAL PA;nY . <Y   __ Af{QJ>C}1_IP _____ _
  frHE PLArWED MLT fiND YiP RALLY =-
A C 0 Q 0 U L D C 0 :-r1 :1 E N C E AT A B 0 U T 1 1 : 3 0 A • M • 0 N J U L Y 4 , 1 9 7 5 ,
-AND Isl'ro CONSIST OF SPEAKERS AND MUSICAL EtHERTAINr1ENT ENDHJG (...o..)
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AT ABOUT 2 :30 P.M. MLT WILL BEG I N SETTI NG UP STAGE AND
AT THE SOUTHEAST CORtJER OF THE ELLIPSE AT
3: 210 A.M. JULY 4, 19 75 , THE MLT REPRESENTATIVES ADVISED
THAT AT PRESENT A GROUP OF 5 , 000 PERSO NS IS TO BE AT THE ELLIPSE
FOR THE RALLY • . MLT ST!Ly EXPECTS A SERIES OF ABOUT FIVE OR
SIX S?EAKERS AND THE GROUP REMAI N IN THE AREA OF THE
ELLIPSE UNTIL • FOR CLEMJ-UP AND
RHR•10VAL. v /AI
FREDERICK OF THE YIP ADVISED THAT THE YIP SPONSORED
i'J (\, H !.;!! L L S T A R T A f I HE ELL l F S E A T 2 : 3 0 P • M • A N [J T H E M C H S H 0 U L
AT 14TH AND I AT ABOUT 2:50 P. M. AT
T H E G R 0 UP '.n L L E NT E R F R AN K L Ir; P A R K '.oJ HER E A HJ E N T Y M 1 N UTE R ALLY
WITH SPEAKERS BE HELD. AT ABOUT 3:10P.M., THE GROUP
WILL LEAVE THE AREA OF THE DR UG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION CDEA),
14TH AND I STREETS, AND MARCH TO THE VICINITY OF THE NEW FBI
BUILDI NG AND THE DEPARtMENT OF JUSTICE VIA 13TH STREET AND
AVENUES, ARRI VING AT APPROXIMATELY 3: 35
THE GROUP WILL REMAIN IN AREA OF THE FBI BUILDING AND THE
OF FOR NO LONGER THAN TEN MINUTES FOR A SHORT
SPEECH. THE GROUP WILL MARCH TO THE AREA OF IHE MALL AND
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4TH N.w., ANC THIS MARCH SHOULD TAKE ABOUT FIFTEEN.
MI NUTES WITH DISPERSAL AT MALL. BURGER WAS ASKED
THE MEE[ I \ G IF THE MARCH FROM DEA WO ULD GO TO THE NEW FBI
BUILDI,·· G OR TO THE OF JUSTICE, HE RESPONDED
THAT IHE MARCH GO TO THE FBI HOWEVER, HE
LE1T DOUBT AS TO EXACTLY AT BUILDING THE LAST RALLY
BE HELD . KDWEVER, DUE TO THE LOCATION CF BOTH BUILDINGS, THE
MARCH ·.:IU="PASS BOTH PRIOR TO THE AREA OF THE MALL.
FOLLO'.:/ ,i{G DISPERSAL AT THE MALL, YIP '.JILL BEGIN UP A
STJ'l.GC: SYSTEi-1 FOR THE RALLY AND SPEECHES FOR
TH.Ej: rb?"IOD . : 00 UNT IL 9:30 BURGER
::<AV[ ;.OULD aE I N CHARGE OF THE MARSHALS FOR YIP AND 1Ht.T
. HAD I :·iC .:.ASE:D THEIR CRO '.I/D ESTIMATE T0 . 5,.020   BEAL . ·
Or Y r' ;:/ AS A tJ NO UN CED AS 0 N E OF THE SP EA KEFIS AT DE A EN
  IN CHARGE OF MARSHALS FOR MLL/ / .
_ ALSO QUESTIONED IN REGARD TO OTHER YIP ACTIVI-
TIES THE PERIOD JULY 5 - 7, 1975, AND HE STATED THAT
· YIP WOULD HOLD VARIOUS WORKSHOPS AND CONFERENCES AT AN UNKOWN
CHURCH wDC , POSSI BLY ST . STEPHENS AND THE I NCARNATIOtJ, 16TH
N.W., WDC. BURGER ADVISED THAT A SMALL
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GROUP OF YIP MEMBERS PLANNED HOLD A PICKET LINE OR CONDUCT
·· A SHORT THEATER AT THE INTERNATI ONAL I NN , 10 THOMAS CIRCLE,
jOC, DURI NG THE ANTI-SUBVERSIVE SEMINAR SPONSORED BY THE
CHRISTIAN ANTI-COMMUNISM CRUSADE, WHICH IS SCHEDULED FOR THE
PERIOD jULY 5 - 7, 1975. BURGER ALSO ADVISED THAT YIP WOULD
NOT CONDUCT ANY   MARCHES AFTER JULY 4, 197·5.
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BLISHME:.f, VIOLENCE PRONE YOUTH ORGANIZATION FORMED NEW
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr. Aron Morton Kay
c/o Mr. Alan Jules Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
2 7 I 8
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Kay:
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 Privacy Act for information from the files of the
Department of Justice was received by this Office on
March 10, 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 8-0444. Please mention this
number in any future correspondence with this Office concerning
this specific appeal.
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,
~ ~ I   ~
Janice Adams
Acting Administrative Assistant
Office of Privacy and Information
Appeals
In Reply, Please Refer to
File No.
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
11000 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90024
April 25, 1978
Mr. Aron Morton Kay
c/o Mr. Alan JUles weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Kay:
Reference is made to your letter of
February 24, 1978. In that letter, you requested
copies of any information which may be contained in
the records of the Los Angeles Division of the FBI
concerning you.
Based upon the information you furnished,
processing has been completed on our files and I am
enclosing deleted copies of seven documents we are
authorized to release. Deletions have been made
pursuant to one or more of the following sub-sections
of Title 5, United States Code, Section 552:
(b) (2) related solely to the internal
personnel rules and practices of
an agency;
(b) (7) investigatory records compiled for
law enforcement purposes, the
disclosure of which would:
(C) constitute an unwarranted
invasion of personal privacy;
(D) disclose the identity of
confidential sources or
informants furnished under
circumstances of confidentiality.
The enclosed records are the only ones
located concerning you in the Los Angeles Division.
You have 30 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 (Attn: Freedom of
Information Appeals Unit), Washington, D.c. 20530.
The envelope and the letter should be clearly marked,
''Freedom of Information Appeal" or "Information
Appeal". Following the Attorney General's decision,
judicial review is available in the district of your
residence or principal place of business, or in the
district where the records are situated.
Supe
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Mr. Aaron Morton Kay
c/o Mr. Alan Jules Weberman
Independent Associates
Six Bleecker Street
New York City, New York 10012
Your inquiry

The FBI Identification Division serves as a central repository for
fingerprints a nd related data by :law enforcement .
and other governrnen tal ?-gencies . ...:
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The F13I is .to release to of identification records
copies of such records upon of written request,
with a set of ten on a
fingerprint card containinq the ind.i>v·lduul.' s na:ne and birth data.
is a reauired fee in the of SS for this service .
fee must be stibmitted in the form · of a certified check or'noney
order , made payable to the Treas urer - of the United States or the
Fede.ral Bureau ot Investigation.
r==J Fingerprints not received.
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The required fee in the form of a c ertified check or money order not
received.
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All data liste d on an identification record i!? transcribed directly
£rom finge rprint cards and related Because of the
voluminous nature of our identification files any request for the
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revision or removal of data includina the posting
of arres t disnosition must be bv suf ficient
identifying data, such as FBI nu.T.ber or   in order to
location of the corr ect record in our files. · rt is necessary
that all such reauests enanate the oriainal contributor of
fingerprints. This ?rovides for the re-
quest, as well as pos i tive identifying data enables us to make
the necessary changes in the particular arrest record . If you feel
data in your identification record is or
rnte, you may d e sire to with the officials of the law
enforcene nt age ncy which subwitted the infornation to us a s we will
be pleased to comply with a request from them. ·
All arrest n a intained in identification files is -sup?orted
by fingerprints which an in=alliblc means of identification.
t-f Enclosed herewith is a reprint of tha requlations concerning the:
  availabilitv of Fni identification records , which was published
· in the Federal Register on November 28,•1973.
indicated in the ·enclosed Departmental Order, the required
fee must be submitted in the form of a certified check or money
order. Therefore, your check in the amount of $5 is returned.
Additionally, original inked finger impressions must be · sub-
mitted for a search of our 'files . fingerprint
car.d is enclosed for this purpose •
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ATTORNEY Gr: ERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
JUL l 9
Mr. Alan j ules h'eberman
I ndependent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr . t!Vebe rman:
You appeal ed on behalf of Mr. Aaron Morton Kay from
the partial denial by Mr. Allen H. McCreight of Hr. Kay's
request for access t o Bureau records pe rtaining to himself.
Bureau records concerning Mr. Kay which are maintained in
bot h his name and the name of the Youth International Party
were processed pursuant to this request .
As a result of your a ppeal, the Bureau will now re-
l ease additional information. The symbols and file numbers
assigned to Bureau sources, the names of federa l and local
government employees, and personal information about third
parties which has no apparent connection .with Mr. Kay wi ll
continue to be wi thheld. 5 U.S .C. 552(b) ( 2 ) and (7) (C) .
Classified i nformation, identiti es of confidential sources
and the description of an i nvestigati ve technique wil l also
continue to be withheld. 5 U. S.C. 552(b) (1), (7) (D) and
(7) (E). The classified informet ion has been rev i ev1ed by the
Department Revi ew Committee in accordance with 28 C. F.R. 16 . 10
and found to warrant continued classification under Executive
Order 11652.
There are no r easonabl y segregable, nonexempt portions
of the withheld information that can be released and no d i s-
cretion ary r e l ease is appropriate.
I want to a dvise you that Mr. Kay 's "rap s heet" does
not appear in the records that h ave been processed pursuant
to his request . He may, however, obtain that document,. if
it exists, by followi ng the procedures set fort h in the e n-
closure. I also want to advise you that the Bureau r ecords
. which h ave been processed do not contain any references to
  p i e i ~ g escapades", Bureau agent visits to Mr. Kay's friends , ·
or e lectronic survei lla nce pertaining to Mr. Kay . I hope
t hi s information i s helpful.
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7.· Ali as and/or Maiden Nome- An alios i s a complete nome in
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W - White (Caucasoi d, I,cluding Mexica ns and Latins)
N - Negro C - !blft Ot
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Attempt Code- Enter "A" lor attempted crimes, " 0" lor all
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Degree - Enter degree of crime, i f opplicob'Te.
0 - Other: I• .;des Asian Indians, Eskimos, Fi l ipinos,
I n nesoans, Koreons, X Polynesians and
other non-whites.
I 0 . Skin Tone- Enter the skin tone code lor the category which
best descri bes the person's appeara nce in relation to his
racial appearance, e.g., dark skonned white person, light
ski nned Negro.
L - Light M - Medium D - Dark
13. Place of Birth - If U.S.A .. enter city a nd state. If not
U.S.A., enter city and country.
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Counts - Enter the number of cou'nts for each offense.
NCIC Code Enter the appropriate 4 digit NCIC Uniform
Offense Classificati on Code whose l itera l best describes
the offense committed.
Court of Arraignment - Enter court name and geographical juros-
diction, e.g., Buffalo City Court, Nassau County Court. II a
Town or Village Justice Court, enter the nome and jurisdocti on,
including Town or Vi llage o nd County of the Judge, e.g.,
Henry Learned, T. J. Berne, Albany Co.
'C Courts - Enter court name, court part and Borough, e g. ,
imino! Court, Part I A, Queens.
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used.
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OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr. A. J . Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
Re : Appeal No. 8-0986
This is in further response to your appeal on behalf of
Aron M. Kay from the action of the Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation on his request for access to records pertaining to
himself maintained in its Los Angeles Field Office.
As a result of discussions between Bureau personnel and
members of my staff, the Bureau has agreed to declassify
portions of one two-page document which was initially with-
held. A supplemental release of those pages is enclosed.
After careful consideration of your appeal , I have otherwise
decided to affirm the action in this case . Certain of the
materials pertaining to Mr . Kay are classified and I am
affirming the denial of access to them on the basis of
5 U.S. C. 552(b) (1). The Department Review Committee has
determined that these materials warrant continued classifi-
cation under Executive Order 12065. Other materials were
properly withheld pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552(b) (7) (C) and
(7) (D). These pertain to investigatory records compiled for
law enforcement purposes, the release of which would, respec-
tively, constitute an unwarranted invasion of the personal
privacy of a third party and disclose the identity of a
confidential source. Only the name of one Bureau agent was
excised on the basis of 5 U.S . C. 552(b) (7) (C). None of the
material being withheld is appropriate for discretionary
release.
Judicial review of my action on this appeal is available
to Mr . Kay in the United States District Court for the
judicial district in which he resides or has his principal
p l ace of business, or in the District of Columbia, or in the
Central District of California, which is where the records
sought are located.
Sincerely ,
John H. Shenefield
Acting Associate Attorney General
By:
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RE BU1rL iO AND YORX JULY 2_,,   AND
YORK "f£'1, ADVISING YIP
JULY 2_., 1914 tHROUGH

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DIP£CTOP., FBI (100-448092)
SAC, WFO (100-50125) (P)
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VIET.1A:·1 VETEP .. AHS AGPl n ST TIU: tU.J{/
t<1IIH"I;P.S OLDE:P.. ZATI 0:\( VV A'J /t-1SO) ,
AT D.C. J.JLY 1-4, 1974
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Re YFO nitel to the Bareau dated 7/4/74 • .
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2 - Albany (100-22519)(Enc. 2)
2 • -Al2xanrir.ie (100-670)(Enc. 2)
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Boston (100-39275)(Enc. 2).
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(100-50772)(Enc. 2)
Cincinnati 2)
Denver ( 100-10467) (Enc. 2)
City (100- 16284)(Enc. 2)
Los (100-77703) (Enc. 2)
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New York (100-160644)(Enc. 2)
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St. (100-21603)(Enc. 2)
San Francisco (100- )(Enc. 2)
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bccouse ur:A'..lthorized the
utiJlzetJ herein. Protection o!:' the is
required in the interest or nntionnl
Encloscc1 ror the Burerau arc 10 co?ics or on
dP.ted and ns above. .f!or receiving orcices
&re t,,·o CO?ies or
copies ·or an ::"T) 376 attached. v-
One co?Y heine :urnishecl to per their
request 7/4/74, and 0:1e copy to the ust .• 1-:oc. \J.-1
The rollo\dng sources were uti zec1 in the
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o '= the ;·lational Copital Pnrl:s
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Hl-'0 wi 11 ohto in ice!1ti ty o:- those persons E. :-reste0
. on 7/3/74 nncl acvis2 the n?:>ro;>ri2te . · .
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Washington, .n.c. 20535
_.July 19, J974

    BY
VIETiU1J1   THZ   SO:!J)IZR OP.GAHI ZJ.TIO!t
(W.\'!/UZQ)_, AT f.\.C. July 1·4, 1974
The o: this cOMmunication which are
by (C) are classieied "coneicJential", and parngraphs
unmarked are unc1a ssi ..:ied.
On 5, 1974, a representative o..: the Nationa,_
Capital Par'<s, 1100 Ohio !:>rive, S.\1., Pashinr.ton, D.C. (';;)C),
made a perMit ap!'lication l':arch 4, 1974, on ·
behal r. o..: the VietnaJ'Tl Veterans the Soldier
Organization (V'l/)l!/::so). On April 26, 1974, the same
rcyresentative the Parks mace ava1J.ab1e a
copy oe an arner::inent to the application 1_ed l'arch 4, ,_'174.
Both recle·:t the schec1ule o..: events ..:or the  
on July 4, 1974:
July 1, 1974- P.eeistration at the •:af!1? site,
internal J'Tleetines by renions during the day, and a small conce=t
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2, 1974 • At 9 : 00 a.m. the r-rou' to
mArch :ro;, the cnnp site to the Veterans i\clr.ini stration
Buildinr., Ven1ont I StreP.ts,   on •verMont
Avenue ·'="or a short relly or. to r-ive  
themselves '-"or in-: re.:1 se:1 veterans t; ssi stance £nd a sinr1.e typ<e
    cor all veternns. At 10:1.5 a.rn., the grou? p,_anned
to march the Veterans /'.clnini strntion to l.tleayette rark
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The grou!> planned to .from !..ar.ayette Park. ,'\t 2:00
p. r.. the pr o-.1p planned to na rch the ca:np sit.e to the
Court o-:-= Hili tory a? peals ror a rally to demand universal
unconditio:'lal ::"ollO'dnr. the rally, the group plenned
to return to the cai'Tlp site at 3:45 p.rn. '-'
3, 1974 • At 10: 00 a.M. the grO".J'   to
march the site to the or. Justice,
Pennsylvania AvP.nue ancl lOth   H.U • .fore relly uith
severul s;>ce'kers. At 3 : 00 p.rn. the r.roup WOlJlc Marr.h to the
vest ste?s U.S. Capitol eor a rally ldth several
· by a retu-:-n march at 5 :'30 p.m.
July 4, 1974 • The group 'lould a the
Lincoln !:enorial ror a march to the I-:onument
The nnr ch pla nned to bez.in et 11:30 a.m. and the
r a l l y would ber, in at 12 n oon ,,n th s evera ,_
by disnissal a t the rallyrsite. T!le'!"l the rrou:> pll\nned _to
begin tenrinr. do•.m car.p site cJ.eaning U? the
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dvised that the theMes of" the
· demonstration \-!ere to be as lows:
1. Universa1 anrl unconrlitional amnesty eor all
drar-t end deserters;
2. End all support to THIZU Elnd NOLL
. in South-East Asia;
3. Decent be.neeits all veterans;
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4. employment and education for all veterans;
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Nations,_ Capital Par'L:s Ayailabl.e a copy a perr.ait
applicntion &or a gathering &i1ed June 20, 1974, by
the Secon0 :\':"erictm....Donu.s !!4id1.,.CoaJ iti.on, ,010 !'Ne."1Ue
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rnnde up oc the     ·_and S!"onsors : J\.rnericen
Veternns tr.e Ar.ericen G. I. (.1\Gll-·), enc1
the Natio;,a
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CA'! ... and ..     The application
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unti 1. 9:30 p. n. on Ju1 y 4, , 974. 1\:e rrou!l a1 so p1. to
march doHn , 6th Street to TArayette \Park on Ju1.y 4, , _974.
Hm:ever, the tif"'e the narch was not sho,·m on the 8?p,_ir.ation.
The app1icetion -: •as by Security !'lirector
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..TIPJY 1974

On June 26, 1974, resentative the
Natio-:1A1. Parks, ,'Servir.e, l100 Chio nrhre,
S.\7., Vnsninr,ton, D.C. l
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8pplicntion a ;mblic r.atherinb JunP. 24, 1974, by T ..
J. P.OSSIT'?.R on behalc oc the YO"-.tth   • Part"L (YIP).
arp1.icf'lti 0:1 reC1.ectcr that T"'C.-.bcrs or. Yll' p,_anncr1 to rat!;er
on are·1 in .cront the GA1.,_ery o.c t.rt or.
July '•• 1974, the h 0'..1rs o.c 9: 00 a·"'·• unt11 8:10 P·"'·•
to lcrn ,_i ?.c rtj u ann
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new &ree e1 r.ction s. app1 i c nti on r e r.
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three to rive thousa n'l ?Brticipants,
p1.anr.cr1 to uti , _i a stl".re ftncl a bust . o.c
an J:r1nc"1., 8nr1

on "'·hee,s.
_!> R1 StrP.ct, '!e'·' Y'>rk, ··!c"' Yo:-..!;
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was to be in chElrre O-    
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marS.l.:l s. · 4 ··\,. • , .v,:)-> .. .-. •• was s as e person n
oc the rlcmonstr:ltion Anr1 his ,isted as 25,.8 Q Street,
s. !=:. • lJ'T\C, tc1. nu!1ber
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Stntcs thnt on ..Ju,y ,,
197'• 0 r-roup or nbout 25 t o 30 ncMbC!' S or. the ,\Merican
PO NOT PwlROY. • Pfl.lDINC UTICAT;ON
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Bonus Conli tion rllthered in Zront oc the Su?reMe
Court and part or the   e petition oe veterans•
grievances to the clerk or_ the Sur>reMe Court . The oc
the [:roup hanclcd out lea r1.et s li stene-:1 to " eew speeches
by pllrticipants. The group rJis·perserl incident or
arrest obout 12 noon.
. : Shortly be.core t :00 p.rr:., represent atives oe the
a group o: cbout 1.5-20 !'lenbers or
Afllerican Bo!'ltls Coa1 1 r-nthere..A in eront or
Avem1e, ·l.\:., 1-JnC, "·here they out 1earlets eor
a -.. f'larch on Ju1 y 4, 1.974. At this e r.rat,Jp or about
rnernbers oc thP. Vietnon Veterans the   So,
at tl:e Veterans   ('!A),
and I Streets,   l!:.'C 't7here they a  
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tJle VA bui 1.rHnr ,,·hi ,_e the   or the r.ro'.lp rontinue>d
ra11y 0:1 the . or the The o .. the
l!rour> const.:Jnt,y to A oc about 75-,0u
participcnts at p.n. v...._
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·A repre!'cnta ti ve oc the VA thnt .".0 Menbers
o_t the V'.r,·,ur..rsa push!!d their wQy into bui and request eel
a neetinp. the VA   However , the Vet erans
Mninistr.ation to Meet with «our ot the l'lenbers
consequent, y a r.te'!tinr. was arranrcc ,.,1 th the De?uty strato:-
RICliAf.D 1 ... At lt:OO p.n;, "the= oc
VVtM/'T:Ji..> ne!"lhers departed the or V,\ rol lo-winr- the meetinf.
with the k?uty "'-
On .July 1, 1974, e representative or the United
States Secret Servi ·:c, '';X;. arlvi thnt l: 30
a or the American Bonus
•larch Co:tlition entered Par1: whl!:-e they
ar«<n<l anci then to the in rront or the ':bite
Jiousc. They rcnaincd : in eront or the l'hite _House eor about

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the group ocpa rteri the a rea or. l..a rayctte ar.n the te House.
}';alcoln h Park on Ju'!.y 2, , .97
no activity by

-requent checks
Arcnts of the
or the Second Arneri Bonus
On Ju,_y 2, 1974, the representa tiv e o.c- t he Veterans
Administration thnt on that elate a t about 8 : 00 s.r.t.
two incUviQuals who identt.cicd thc0se':ves as nembcrs or the
Arnericnn Veterans "7ent to the V.\ o.r.ricc,
VerMont anr1 I Str.eets,   l'TIC and request ed to ta,.k to a
press re?resentati ot:r.icin1 s .rro71 y.\ Inro:r.etio:1 orri =e
met 1dth the t"·ro ancl \·:as scheaulcc thzt
date at 2:00 p.n. •\t the scl:cr.u'!.c0. KOVIC o&
and sevtm oth!!r   T'!enbe"r"S Met th occi ci a , s or the Jepa
or Veterans until about 3:30 p.n. The Vt\ rcpresentati,.·e
advi s ec' that no incidents duri:1p the Meet i nr .·'1..t
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sc,., that the VVN.
the rna1_l Grea hear '•th Street and that.
ni pht hours the be s
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in shi s and
shou1.d the rra.J? any questions r:rOCt tha ne?artnent
Interior or t!. s. ra=-k Po, ice, tl:e proup '"0U
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other r.-e!"bcrs them a rounr' t he . \tnti 1 U.S.
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aC'vi SC!n tlu:1 t
ay awake al1
any persons 1r:ho we!e sleeping. \1\_
On July 2, 1974, representatives the
e r.roup oZ about 150 l'l'\emb2rs begin a March the
mall area to the Veterans AdMinistration at about 9:30 •
. T1'}e group orri verl n t the V.'\, Vermont I Streets, N.
shortly 10:00 a.M. a rally in the VA.
"-'hile at the VA, ne!"lbers clec,arerl thal: the Interior
Department the r.orninp. hours thnt date to
use the Park Po1ice to evict rroup at llbout 7:30a.m.
cor vi o, ;,tions or the pcrni t the f!roup, nane,_y
on the JM11 area. However, there· ,.,.as no the
Park Police not evic=t any r.eJ"'bers or the • :"o.,.1_o,·:ring
.the ra,_ly at Vt\, the r,roup mar·.;liecl to T...e.:ayette Park
10: 1+5 a.M. c-or a short . :':'a,.,y, ,._•here they o!'l their
thei!'le rcr. nr(ling the inpenchr. c:1t or Short1y
a·rte! 11:00 a . m. the r,roup began its narch to the 1':\8,1 e!e'.L{
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obs erverl a o: nbout 200- 250 'l'"lenbtrs comi n!!
e march in anticiT>at'1on or. their march to the Court er
l-ti.litary   450!:: Street, The r.roup bC!r.an
arriving at the Court Appeals short,y acter 3 : 00
p.M. whC!rc they S?o,: e one' ror a sinp. ,.e-typr:! s cl-.:-. rge
cor a1.1 vcte'!"ans. .\t appro>=ir.Ate,_y 3:30 ? • n . the group
to c1 i sperse r.roi:1 a rea or. the l 1 ta ry Court or AppP.a 1_ s
anc-1 to !"'larch bncl: to the orea the f'la\1. There "-"C!!"e
no incir'ents or llrrests at the V.\, Perk, or the
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VVAl HSO hac about 500 rs
and S'.lp?ort ers ed activities.'-\__
sed that et
r.roup or
who et the   site et 4th and the 1'\8,_,_ were
by the U.S. Parl: Po,_icc ror vio,atir!p. the teT1"s or tr.c
Gathe! !ng Pennit issued the r.roup by the ';at1ona1_ Parl:
Senrice. the .source• th:1t a1.1 persons, .!:or about
15 who re.!"'.a at the s! te care
the site
On Ju1y 3, 1974, the rtrst representative oe the
U.S. Ca?ito1. Po,_ ice, ''!)C, advised that rlurinr the &\r1y
morninr hours ,_e or. the r,roup were to the
canp· site the s} quarters at G chn·ch
a con on Cc?i tol S'!round s \;hen severn,_ ·
attC."'!t?tcd to tnl:e over a Capitol Po,_ice vehic1 e. The
c!iuserl to the ann one oc the wn!-;
by Another vehic1.e arrivinr- Gt the scene. liO'..tever, x-rays
or the viet in reveal eel m bro\:.cn bones. The :representative
edvi sccl t hi! inci ncnt wa5 utili:-ocrl by the !!roup to c!raw
•ttcntion to their Sr;hedulecl octivitiP.S. lA
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f:roup at car.J? site in· ·possession oc. a poor
\) attitucle nnc1 bfln nora1e MAin1y due to the or. participants
and the eact the WAU/t 7SO p.roup relt it has be
ignorecl by the l'lnd the public.
stated thnt r.o:! '{0./IC the Veternns 1ovene:1t
was bei nr. recor ni 7.en by the press as the leacler or the veterans
groups in
that o
were   to motivc:te the cro,-7r! at the   site
on July 3, , .9·74. However, ther.e no lncHcation or ,.rr-.at
type activity· eor July 3, l'J74 or
4, 1974. that an
individual kno1.m as ":J!G::·:;:" clair..ed that he ":-as hit by a
pol ice cnr on Ju!y 3, 1974 and that the individual was
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On .July 1974, represe01tnt!\•es o: the
o rroup o: about 250-30U bcfinning to
a MArch line at the     cnf"'l? site ot about a.n.
crten·mrr1, the pratl? beran its MArch to the u.s.
or Justice a oo, ice escort at
about ,2 noon. The P.roup a at the and
the   ror approxinate,y
1.5 rtinutcs the or l!rrest.
Jio,·:eve,.., scverP1. Me'1!:.ers or the rroup raintec:l 8 sirn O:"l et!c:h
sif'\e oc the entrance to the bui, 1-rhich cr-··s:
"Universs ,. Upon , _eavtnr the
area or. the !1epartr:ent o.c .Justice, the rroup ·f"'.archec' to the
·· ·area or the U.S. nist-:-ict Cou!"t House, John !<fersha, .. , . P1ace,
&oro_ short At 8pproxirtnte,y 1.2 : 45 P•"'• the
- group bep.an its March to the tna1 1 area. -tA_
. . At about 4:30 p.M • . the rroup, art er it had &o!'T!'ed
· 8 march line, to ,_eave the cartp site cor the march to
·: the U.S. Capitol. ito,\·ever, a conc-rontc:.tlon occurred
"' the grOU? ancl the Itetropolitu:'l nepartr:ent on 3rr Street
8nr Jercerson , :;. u. ns the po!ice Eltter.;')ter to -prevent the
· ·group '-ron tra.e.eic on 3ro Street,   The M..,'l"ch
· was ter.;>o:-a!"i ly ha, ted rlurinr the co!"lrrontation. At llbo-.lt
p.r:., tr.e Wlrch rasunccl a nr the r:-:-ou? the uest
cront o.e the u.s. Capitol sho-rtly be·-=- ore 5:00 The
f_!roup or eb01Jt 250 perso!lS a short ra, , _y on the \lest .:ront
or. the Cr.rito,_ and at 8b011t 5:,5 p.1"l. bep.nn their !Nlrch
. .. t .o the r.nM".> site. .\t abo11t 5:30 p.l'l. tl-.e prtY.Jp
to the ca.,:> site. \1-.-
On .Ju,y 3, 1974, " oc- the !'etror>o11tan
Police thnt one or the r.rou, been
arrcster
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, one po!iccn,,n inj\lrccl, two MeMbers or. the p.rC"'.t?
injure·'·
. On Ju,.y 1, , 974, n scr.onci tl vc o t- the
}'1p;) thnt the Sec.:onr.l AMCrica"n nonus Coo, ltion
hcJ.rl a press co!"lrercnce nt 1ii', Par1: nt abattt
• · p.m. nnc1 the had a tota,_ ·o"' nbout 30 rncnbcrs present
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for the rer,istrntion p!ace. at that the
grO'..lp '"o s wo 1 tinr ror no:-e SU?porte!"s berore p.oinr. to
Arlington J\t about 4:30p.m. the rroup stil,.
planr.ed to go to . however, they had
decided to send a delegation by rental instead or
by
On Ju'.y 3, 1974, a representative o'- the U.S. Perk
Police that a delep.ation or persons .rrOM the
Second t.nerican Do'!'lUS :'.arch went to the Ar"'!.inr.ton
Cemetery on tr.at short,y a'=ter 6:00 p.rn. However, there
were no or a·rrests as the r.roup witnessed the
Chanr.inr or the Guarrl at the Tof'lb or the
leet the orea.
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Veterans
locotcr:l at ,0,0 Ver.nont Avenue, ··:.u.,
lo.'nC and noved to the location at ,.5th Street, •t.H. in
order to be c, oser to ed activities at l-!31 cc,r: :-;
Park on July 4, 1974. that the
march wou,d not bcr.in until short!.y 2:00 p.m., arrivinr
at Larayette Pilrk about 3:00 p.m. ""-.._
On July 4, l974f a a·econd representative oe the
U.S. Park Police anvised that none the oe the
rroup Cllf1t?ec1 on the ral 1. ·area tiur inr. the late niFht
and Mornin.'=' hours or 7/3-4/71•. The  
advi thnt nr. even in,:! hours or: 7/3/74 • the \"/f..'·!/
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-750
grou? thnt ar.nin '1ould not be al1at-Ted.
Conscqu::::nt1y, no conrrontation too'< plAce the U.S.
Park Po,_ice the VVAq/,:50 flrO".Jp nt the na, 1.. \A.

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that
o: the Bonus harl
dec in eel to reT"!nin in l..a -:ayette Park their
activities. The r.roup p1enner1 to ho,_cl an al1-nipht viri
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unti 1 Ju,_y 9, .,.
The representative the U.S. Park Po,ice
that the 'OetT.'Ii t the American Bonus
Coa,_itio;"l expired. on Ju1.y 4, 1.974 at 6:00 p.l". that the
group ""ruld
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.enve park area peace.eu1ly or be arrested. k_
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On July 4, 1974, representatives or the
·small r..rou?s o-: individu<l,_S in march lines at
aren oe the anrl '•th Street, l.t about 1.1:30 e.m. e
grou;> or about 500 perso:1s to JTk""\rch the cenr-- site
tO\.,Ard     The p.roup carried banners and
signs \-rhi ch identi .eied the rroup as the

the r.evo1.utionnr.y Union, And the
  __ (r.sn).--Th1s
rn·arcf, rcr.Jt·e- ·by f.t'"Olt?S as We11. 8S_J?rOUpS ftt the !.inco1n
Memorial. Upon or::-ival o= all r.rcu?s at the    
the size or the est i natcd at 1,000 person s. The
lit the J!er'loria,_ at
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thay a perion or about
prior to their Mar,:h to the E,1ipse. Short1y R'=ter
1 :Ot; p.r.:. the to rench the :;:,_lipse w;,ere  
were

to ll??P.ar. The prou? ftt the
UeMori<l, tb.'lt to thP. tir.P. e, the speeches at tt:e
rneMorin,_

n c:xl.
In the above
ln the t() L1n•:o
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. • or the
Internntio'1nl !'arty (YIP) t-:ere in narch. YIP
tneMbers were ed to ho
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.cJ a scpn rnte c:'ef"\onst r.at ion on the
11'\311 are:\ near the C..t'l !.ery · or Art. Jlowever, 1.ess than
YIP 1o1ere observed in the area oF the n.,1l.. U..
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·Shortly ftrter 1:1.5 p.m., the Majority o.,_. the
VV/\U/USO harl entered the area o.,_. the Ellipse, 1.5th
and Constitution /avenue, and were
given by several speal-:ers. The S?ee·:hcs ·to
cover the va ri ons cc!"\Anc s o.c the W/·,ur•sn, inc1.uding· arrt..,esty,
and or Presirle:1t The spaeches continuet:!
unti1_ 3:00 p.m. et which tine it \·7as by    
oe the that the entire group would MClrc.h back to
the canp site. there was no indi cation oe the
march until about 3:30 when the group bep.an to 1eave the
area o.c the The r-roup in part peace.cu1 'ty
back to the t:a!T:> site ot 4th Street the 1. arrivinr. at
4 : 00 p.M.. There ,.ras no indication at tif'1e that
the

g:-crup p1.annerl any arirlitional activities,
in were packing eor ocparture.
!"requent or. the Mal. 1 area in the vicinity
or the   Ga"!_lery o.c hrt re.c"!_ect.Y, no activity on t:tf!
part or the YIP. Sor:1e YIP 'Here observed in the
to the E, _lipse; ho,,•ever, sponsored acti'\-ity on the part o'='
was-not •
T>urinr. the norning hours, 1:'roups ot:
ber,an at r'alco1m X Pn:-'k. At about noo:1,
eppro>:ir.atc1y 50-75 persons had in ant icipation ot:
the Aarch by the J\_f'l'lerican Bor.us Coa1.ition to
La.cayette     The or. the crO\'"o greH s1. o-A1.y &nd ·at
the tine o'- the r4r =h at 2:00 p.M. the o.c the crowd
about 200 persons. At thnt tiMe, the ber,an via 16th
Street, and the r.roup at l..a.cayette short1y
aeter 3:00 p.n. Short1y a series or: speeches beran
and as the speeches continuerl, l!'er.be rs ot: the F. roup bep..:ln to
leave the area oe park. ,\t 4:15 p.m. • the size
the crCT.rrl iri ':..c"lt:ayette ?ark was about 100 persons. end tr.a
3hortly n.eter 4:30 p.M. the
ended in rark anc1 the size or. the rrO'.Jp at t}-1.:2t
time ,.,.as 1ess ti1an 100 persons. As. o.c p.m. deno:lstratc:-
blld d 1 sperserl. incidents or o rrest s occurred at 'LD r.ayette .
Park. V-- ·

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The VV/,P was in 1.967 as an
VietnaM veter.:1ns to protest the An.erican invo,_venent in the
va r in SO'Jthea st Asia . In Apri1. • 1.973, the proup changed
their name to so non-veterans cou1.cl become
menbcrs. Current nationtll- orcicers are J-farxist-
Lcninist oriented and strive to educate their in
'
·The AVl't wtls in 1.974 as an organi?Ation or .
AVM 1 s presently headquartered at
llurricane, !>el ney, Cali.l!ornia, and reporterlly has
. 35 chapters in the United States. The a ins and purposes or
. the are to obtain better benerits cor veterans, to
end bad conrlitions in ,/etcrens Hospitals, and
to obtain the re\,•ritinr. or laws pertaining to veterans'
·
The Second . Anerican nonus t'arch Coa1 it ion WAS
in June, 197'•· r.s a CO..'\'!.ition or the .\MCrican r•ove-
ment   the ·American r.. I. and the !·lationa1. Ass,ciatio:-:
for ?uerto RicAn Civi,_ the purpose or
cor better. veterans'
The   Union (nU) was in ear1.y
1968 onc1 is a militant, orrani?at i on. Its
objectives, ns set out inrits are the deve"!.O?r.ent
oe a r.ront the rosteri"r or .
revo,_ut ion<l ry -class unity lenc1ershi? in e,
and .t'OlT'I:ltion or n Connunist party on l''arxim-
    to the or the
Uni tccl States Govcmncnt by and vio,_e:1c:e. \1.-
The Rcvo, ut i.onn ry (F.S!3),
k.nm."n "S the ' ,\tticn is tl Stuccnt based Ot;!&nization
in     City ln the '-'all o,. The r:sn
lt sel e to be :m anti-ir.r>cria,.i st orpani which views ":; .s.
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imperialism as the r.lllin enel'ly or the peO?,e oe the
The nu has sipniricAnt,y inl:'iltrated the r..sn and p,.nys a
rnaj or role in the F.S:3 policies, decisions and
The Youth Internationa".. Party, also 1t-.n01.m as
YIP!'IT:S, is a vio1.ence
prone youth orpani zation eorr.1ecl in ?:ew York City, in
JAnuAry, 1968. In a snall ea::tio!'l itse,.""
YIP·ZirPIZ into but currently not exist ftS
an·· organizer! t:action cF ·
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TillS !)()CUl·S'IT    
NOR ... 0""' i-1li. IT IS TI!Z PP.O:'.:.F.TY
OF Tll:S FBI Alnl IS TO YOU!!.
ITS co:rri::ITS l\fj; NOT TO BE  
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