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L997

TO TIIE FIIJE

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.M Y Deputy". Maddock General counsel


INSpECIOR cENERiAL REGARDING' FORENSIC WORK PERFORMED BY TERRY RUDOLPH.

SI]BiIECT: FIIIDINGS OF T'HE DEPARIrMENT OF iN'STICE OFFICE OF ITIE


The purpose of this memorandum is to commemorate, in the Department alL relevant cit"- fiLes, certain findings made byregarding ghe Inspectgr General (OIG) oi ,fustice Office of i"r""=i"-;";k-Grformed, by f6rmer Special-Agent lerry Rudolph' The OIG'g find.-inqs were iisued in connection with a broader Laboratory: investigitiot of-three unit,s in the FBI Unit,, and thethP Chemistryt"taterials Analysis E:qllosiies Unii, ttre Toxicolog1f Unit. The OIG reviewed, Rudolph's work in the Psir,rakis case' as wel-I aE several otsher matters-. Based on thaL review, the OIG criticized eudoiph strongly, and reached the following

conclusi"":t

Rudolph

faired to conducc appropriap,g scientifica analyies or to adequately do-ument his work in substant,ial number of cases; RudoJ.ph did not perform- his work as an examiner in . *anir.er t'hat woula wiEhstand peer review or judicial scrutinY; and Rudolph's "lack of competence" was noE isolated to
one cage.

Basedonthesefindings,theolGspecifically respect recommend,ea tfrat j notation reg-rding it's fin4ings -with to Rudolph be pi-..a-in eac! cite !f1:. in-whic!.1"9:lPh-T:^1: piriillp"i'-"i-"Giii;t "Taminer- inJn thi,.4"f9"F*! g3f5=P"'I?fH"d . te u Uv Rudoloh in this case is
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Date: Attn: Information

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nforrnat,ion Resources

Dennis R. Weaver, Chief


Management

Sectio

From: Office of the General Counsel Civil Discovery Review Unit (CDRU), Room 5448 Cont,act: PI-,S Alison \. F"t^pich, Ext 3556 Approved By: Ke11ey Thomas A {, Cignoli PauI C ,Jr(Lrt
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Drafted By: Beers Elizabeth Rae:erb Case rO #: 66F-HQ-A12119e8 - 9gi

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INSPECTOR DEPARTMENT OF TUSTICE, CRITICA! OF FORENSIC WORK PERFORMED BY CERTAIN LAB H(AIIIINERS

FINDINGS OF THE OFFICE OF THE

GENERATJ

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Synopsis: To place this document on record in the Task Force control file and to place a copy on the top seri-al j-n every investigative file containing forensic work performed by any of the thirteen Laboratory Examiners whose scientific work was criticized by the OIG. Reference: 56F-HQ-A!211968 Seria1 B2 Detaile: BE ADVISED, one or more of the TJaboratory Examiners who performed scj-entifiq analysis in this investigation was criticized in the OIG|s report issued on April 15, !997. The OIG conducted a thorough review of allegations of wrongdoing and improper practices within certain sections of the FBI Laboratory. It issued a report which, among other flndings, was critical of Lhe scientific work performed by thirteen lndividual examiners assigned to the Lab. The allegations and crit,icisms concerning these individuals varies greatly and in some inst,ances is case specific. rf the forensic work contained in Lhis file is used in any way in the future, both the OIG's findings and the forensic analysis of the examiners should be reviewe-d. In addition. 1egal advice shoul-d be obtained as to the FBI's disclosure obligations. The criticized examiners are, in alphabetical order: (1) Richard Hahn, (2) Robert Heckman, (3) Wallace Higgins,

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RECETVTNG OFFICES

Mark and olace this communication as the Permanent Top Serial of each sectiln of each invesEigative file identified for inclusion j-n the FBI Laboratory Review Project.

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Dr. D. M. Kerr, Room 3090 T. A. Kelley, Room 7427 Mr. R. W. Sibert, Room 3268 Mrs. R. M. Contreras, Room 3437 Mrs. D. A. O'Clair, Room 4913 Ms. N. B. Hardy, Room 10790 Ms. N. A. Hea1y, Room 7927 Ms. E. R. Beers, Room 7927 Mrs. M. E. Layton, Room 5448 Ms. A. A. MustaPich, Room 5448 Mrs. M. A. Bookstein, Room 5448

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for the Bureau under separaLe covers via nrail are Ehe t,:l.iovoing items:
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One box contalning:

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L. Envelope containing rvhite olasEic bag rvlth foil orr insice cf trag r,'iappecj r\,r-th black i14rt Ilt pl-astic electr-ici.ants tape, il addii'ion, one of dynamil-e rvith patCiclls-aclherr.ng to same. end oF 2|.ca.rtcldg

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3. Numerouttengtns oT bluer yelior^', orange, and brown wires wiElr- black 314tt vinyl eiectricfants tape aChering to Eh.e ends of the Tnrires vrith free ends cuE by the technicians who disarrned the acEual derrice, in addition, the paekage contains small pi eces of aluminum foil and whiie plastic 4. One elecEric blasting cap rnarked explosive approximateLy 2ltt in length, silvei in- color, wiLh blue and light green leg wires. (ttris will be shipped according to inst:rrctions via IIPS under separat,e cover)
- Ctie envelope containing one piece of black tape and one Linden Lravel alarm clock approximately 24t x 2>ll covered witfr black 3l4rr vinyt electriciants tape viiEh hole in crystal aE the three otclock posiEionr one wire protrrr.ding 'into hoJ e - another wire atEached to back of travel alarm r^zith

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6. One envelope conEaining Srnal.L sample o'f material taken out of oack3ge:app-ears to be geLatr'.n type dlmamite. (this matterial i"-ill be shipped by UPS acco::ding to Bureau. instruction under separate cover) , _*,,..".-.
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RECOVERED FROM CRTME SCENE AT NCOLN 55 5NO

HE CLUB

. Envelope conLaining 'an Eveready alkaline nine voLt battery with a short gray piece of vrire soldered Eo'the te.rminal, one length of yellow insul-ated vrire appearing to be blasting cap ieg wire, various parts of it appear:s Eo be a travel alarm clock of unkno\^ln manufacture::, tero iengLhs of green insulaEed wire and one Length of gr:ay insulate<i wire.. ' 8" Envelope containirrg iragments of clothing worTt by Vincent Leone. (deceased ) vicLim of explosion at Clu.b
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9. Large plaslic bag coittaining remaining i-terns of clothing including a pair of boots worrr by vicCi.m, Virrcent Leone, recovered frorn his body at the Si.redish Co..rerrant !los;piLa1by Chi-cago Police Department,

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had previously submitted under the follor.ring Chicago file eaLir-led CROMUR, Chi-cagc file number 9'7073, in addition, under New Yorkts case entitled Free Bomb and New Ycrkcase, New York fil-e number !74-29/+6, entitled Unsub aka Croatien Freedom

For informJtiot of the Bureau the abcve descr:ibe<l i terns were recovered from one attempted bombing r,vhich occurred at 10:02 porrl.: oE 7l4l8or 4t the parking lot of the Golden Short' Restaurant, Cl'ricago, Ill-inois, and a device thaE had functioried at Club CcnEinentaL ResarrranEr 5515 Ncrth A1'enue, on 1/S/AO, which fi,-rnetioned at 11:58 ..rIL These components that are being submitted compare to similiar items vihich

unde:r the capEione.d maLter.


RIQLTEST TO

at 32A5 Broadviay Queens, New Y6i[r-Tt/t+[lg.-As of this d.ate there are no known suspects in the captioned matterl hoi,rever, due to ttre similari'Eies of these items to prior Croaiian bornbings it is reconnnended that any evidence submiEted by New York, Chicagor or. any offices that are invesi:-gat:-ng Croatian bombings Ee'compar.ed to the evidence being submitted
Fighters
bombi4g

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Expl o-sir,.es U-nr.t

of tool- used on aPPropri''ate iLerns iubmitted and if practicai-.o*pate with other tool marks on material submitte-A in previous- CR.OI'IIJR matters t 2. Compare all items submitLed with prior items submitted uncier the CROMUR investigation. llsJl:r-un[erlmt al- Anal-y-s i- s- Uni t !.
Dete.rmlne type

1o Examine explosil'e sample submitted and Lhe end wrapping off of the cartridge subrnitted to atteinpt to deLe::nine th.e composition of the materiai and the manufacturer of the
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Metallurgy Unit 7, 'Attempt to identify watch parts submitted in destroyed clevice and frrrnish Chicago vrith any lead informaEion
regarding the
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2. Compare aL1 submitted items vrith items previously submitted in the CROIIUR investigation.
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1. Examine clock that fai-led to. funcEion to dete-rmine if continuity would have made device function as planned. ; 2" Identify nanufacturer of blasting cap enclosed . and atteinpt Lo rend.er safe, Provi{.e-.any lead inforrnation concerning manufacturer ol cap to Chicago.
Idenl.ifr-eaiion Di vi sic,g (Latent FinserDrint Section)

1. Process all iLems subrnitted for identifi.able fingerprints. 2. Compare prints l-ifted rvith other prints frorn iterns previousl y submitted in CRO1VIUR matl-ers " Return iEems to Chicago upon conpletion cf exaininations. Photograph all- submitted eviidence and provide one set of five b)' seven color prints to Chicago, l'{er'r Yo'rk, and Ios Angeles Offices and provj-de i{ew Yor\ and Los Angeles wiLh a copl/ of lab reports of above submitted items.

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ALLTHOUGH NO CLAIM FOR THE DEVICE IIAS MADE

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YUGOSLAVIAN BOMBS II.DICATE THAT THE IM/ESTIGATION OF THIS

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AT THE CLUB CONTINETAL. IIWESTIGATION


LEONE, M/lt D}Br5/3/15rH0ME ADDRESS 6314

DETERMIIIED THAT VINCENT

D.

N. FAIRFIELD
EPT.

CHICAG0

EI'1PLOYEE

0F THE C iTY STREETS AND SANITATI0N

T HAD DR IVEN HTS VAN I N THE ALLEY BEHIID THE CONTINENTAL CLUB AT 5'LI N. L INCOL N AVE. CHiCAGO P.D. THEOR.iZE THAT HE PARKED THE VAN NEAR
SOME TRASH CANS

AT THE REAR OF THE

RESTURANT

AID I{HILE HE h'AS

SEARCHING.T}frOUGHT THE. TRASH CANS HE I4UST HAVE FOUND THE. BOI'IB. II'NEbT-

IGATIQN DETmil',IINED THAT


\r

HE

|'IUSI 9F SET THE DEVICE 0N A BoX TO LoOK


!

AT IT closm I'HEN THE BOMB ExFI-ODED CIRITICALLY INJURiIW HIM. MR.


SUSIAINED F1ASSIVE INJm IES TO HIS LEGS, CHESTT AND' HEAD..THE VAN
BL O.'JN

LEONE

trtAS

BACI{ 25 TO

30 FEET
lSH

FROF1

ITS

OR

IGINAL PARKING PLACE., ONLY

SLIGHT
WAS ON

DAi4AGE

lttAs SUSTAINED To THE BLDG. AND SURR0UMING ATEA. l'lR. LEONE


COVENENT HOSPITAL TIHERE HE

TAKEN TO THE ShIEED


I

DIED AT 7gZ5 P.ilI'

/ 6/ gg

NEVER REGAINING CONSCIOUSNESS.

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EDINTHEEARI-IERbEVIcE.INADDITIoNAPoRTI0N0F.ASqDDERII VOL,T EVEREADY ALKALINE' BATTERY ',l,ITH A . INE THE. DEllICES I.IERETECHNIQUE AND lDENT ICLE LEG \.J lRE IM ICAT.ES
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BY T HE SAME PER SON.

ING TO OFFICER

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CO NT C

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ISA
ET

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T

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OSLAV RESTURA NT \'JHERE .'A LARGEI

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GATHER INA

l{AD TAKEN PLACE

HE

PREV

IOUS EVENI't\

'

'CHICAGO

FBi IS

OF. CONDUCTING AN IIS/ESTIGATI ON OF BOTH

PREVIOUS BEING' SIMILER T9 -INCIDENT S BASED ON THE EVIDENCE,R-ECOVERED TARGETS I N THESE INSTINC A {\ff I YUGOSLAV BOMtsINCS' AND BECAUSE THE

,CAUSE OF TilETN INNGEILY YUGOSLAV IAN PATRO'NAGE'.

ussst USA AM THE BATF


bJ R
HI

OFF ICES

IN CHICAGO

ER

iI OT

IF IED OF

HE

CAPT IO NED

INSTANCES.

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FEDERAL tsUREAU OF II\EESTIGATIO}\


cnlcA
OFFICE OF
O

l"i-l:ti;:l].lErrii{ssrFrrrATr*N

EPORTING OFFICE

INVESTIGAfIVE PERTOD

-CHICAGO

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CHARACTER OF CASE

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REFERENCES:

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Chicago teletypes Butel to Chicaeo

to eo:iklitV iii Bureau l/.6 airte 1-to Bureau /


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TS

,1 /e/ 80.
0

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A"

ADI'IINISTRATM
NEhTBOM is the code name assigned to the investigation of the attemDted bombine on l/4/80 and the bombing on L/5/8A Ll 5/ 6 tne DomD].ng l/ 4/ 6tJ in the Chica^go area. Th; target of the attenpted bombing on 7/ 4/ 80 rvas a parking 1ot utilized bv the Golden She1l Restaurant, 10063 South Avenue N,and the target for the Continental, 5515. North f,inc t whi eone was killed. The'unddtonated bomb e Golden Shel estaurant r{as recovered iiltact and 1 were rernnants of the exnl ded bornb at the Club Conti

.rt rrJ

V:, /-, t
coNvtc.

recovered.

ACCOMPLI SHMENTS CLAIMED

ASE HAS BEEN:

pENDTNG ovER oNE vEre. PENDING PROSECUTION

F:lv'es 1llo
l--lves ff I
ru<il

ovER srx MoNTHs


APPROVEO

SPECIAL AGENT IN CH ARGE

DO NOT WFITE tN SPACES BELOW

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(ATTN: AUSA L444) (Info) 1- Brooklyn- Queens N{RA (L7 4-29


1-

1-Los Angeles (9-6400) (Info) (copies continued on Page B)


Record of Attoched Rcport Agency
Requcst Recd.

1-lletro'i-t (199-254) (Info)

Clevtiland

(Info

eEE E--.iqlt

(9

- 2988)

(Info)
.

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Nototiong

FEB

11

1980

Dare Fwd.

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By

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COIVFIhEIUTIAL'

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Copies continued:
1-Milwaukee. (9 - 1610) (Ilfq) 1-New Roche,lie (9- 7863) (Info) 1-San Francigco (199-1a1) (Info) 1-lvashington Field (164-292) (Info)

2-Chicago C174-1917)
1-9-7073

A11 evidence recovered has been submitted under separate cover for appropriate examination. No communiques have been received and no individuatr for _t.eT organj-zation has ilained credit bonrbthese bombings. -Preli.minary opinion of Chicago FBI personnel, q{ter rvith other offices lt'ho exaninatloir oi evidence and discussion two [;t;-i;ipeiienEea iecent bonbings, indicates t]rat thesegroup (s) prepared bi . Croatian separatist . bonbs miy have been

Subsecuent to the innediate crime scene investigation' Chicago trai-liid:r,ptJa-to deternine the recent activities of known Croatian militanti, rvith particular emphasis on the violence prone Croatian emigre organization, the Croatian National itesistance (HllO), pr"t"tlly-bglqg-eI!91:ive1y investigated under CROI'ruR (nUiiie 9-63997) (CG 9-7073).
aeains t the HNO organizalion 3.nd- nembers..rega"4i+g t,b9il bonbings. t\o Dos:.trvE p6ss ib le complicity in these 6o-rnuinss. No po:liii? information has been t".bived to date frorn these sourcei .g) LI

Chicago has targeted

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in the administrative section of this furnished by


regarding information

COVER PAGE

i.B7
CONFIDNIAL /\

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.
FD-302 {REv. I l -27.70)

lt'*

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FED

r(,
ATION

ff
Dole ol lronscription

tls / 80

On Januarv 7, 1980, a confidential source rvho has furnished reliable infornati6n in the past rvas interviersecl by representatives of the.,Fed.era1 Bureau of Inyqstigation (FBI) and provi.d.ed the foLlorving inforuration rfill; ellrce said. tbat on the evening of January 4, 1980, r{as the only Croatian National Resistance (lrNo) mEn5eT-hat the source.zobserved at the H{0 bar on

{.

South Conmercial, Chicago

The source stated. that ttre l-lof the Golden Shel1 TestaurantrF, has been criticized. by HNO rnembers because she advertises her restaurant on a pro-Yugoslavia rad.io pnogram. The source continued that HNO nenbers also dislike the Continental Club because they knol that Yugoslav Consulate personnel fre-qrlent tirat lounge and tl-re or,rners ."u pto:Yugoslavia.ffi lr,-

W *

b6
D/L

The source advisei. that I al-sb known asl-1 cffiand al-so asl-l cffi Ipicnic once in a r.rhiLe to brly a round of drinks. The source relatea rhac is not close r-rienris'vriih any HNo

';:ff:f,:w3

lnlerviewed

1/7/80

I111nois ", Chicago,


9o1"

riro

*Chicago

77

4-!: ''

61.ro,ua 1,/9/80
FBI ond is looncd lo

Ihis document conloins neilhet recommendotions nor tonctusi"n il ond ils (onlenls ore nol lo be dislribuled oulside your ogency.

oJtfJt, PA GE

ll i3 F8l. li i3 the properly ol the

yi:- ::

:n tL. CONf r$i rr r I tr lIs

FF

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I F>3oz (Rev. :.1-n-70\


1

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

coNrlwNTlAL,r6n

cri P,io n

Llt6/80

A confidential source who has furnished reliable infoinrati.on in the past wa.s intervietyed on January 11, 1980, by representative-s-of the FBI and provideddre foL lowing infor:r.ati u" tp) l,L Source advised that a mernber of the Croatian \Jl llational R.esistance (HNO) organization rrer:; She11 Restauran,t and conversed vrith -GaLde.n, told had I told the i-${O menber that the FBI ha qucStioned her regard.ing the atternpted bonbing and had asked her whetirer she ever had any prbblems with thellNO.H t4Source saiil that tol-rl the HNO nember that 3 -ic'orna.rr in a rvindorv had o-ffil a car stop on Avenue N on the evening of January 4, 1980. fn the car were a nan and vroman and tire man got out of the car and placed a package unCer a parked car. The man then got back in the car and drove off. Source said the HNO -- member rvas not told the name of the r{oman rvho allegedly
observed.

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lnterviewed on
by

80

Chicago, fllinois
File #

t7 4-t917

Dore

dicrored 7/ 16/

8A

COVER PAGE
Thie docurnen! contains neiLher recommendaLions nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of tlte FBI and is
your agency;

it

and

its contenls are not to

be drstributed outside your agency.

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tvtrNto*uol

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cG t74-1917
LEADS
CHICAGO

coNnDFNT|AL

t\Ii11 continue efforts to AT CIITCAGo, Iffi. matter. identify s@ 2. Upon receipt of results of FBI Laboratory

exami-nation, r+i11 set out appropriate 1eads.

COVER PAGE

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FD-204 (Rev. 3-3-59)

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

--_ Lopy to:


Reporl ofr Dote:

.,

1-USA,
SA

CHTCAGO (AUSA
CI{ICAGO

Office:

Field Otfice lrle i: Title:

.,

L7

4-19t7

Bureou File #:

Chorocter:

SUBJECT(S); ATTEI{PTED BOI'{BING AT THE PARKING LOT OF THE GOLDEN SHELL RESTAUMNT AT 10052 SOUTH AVENUE N AT 10:02 Pil{ 0N JANUARY 4, 1980 . AT CI-IICAGO. ILLINOIS: BOT\{BING 0F TFIE CLUB CONTITNUTRT Rt 5515 NORTI{ LINCOLN AT 11:58 AM ON JANUARY 5, 1980, AT CHTCAGo, TLLIN0IS
UNKNOIVN

EXPLOSIVE AND INCENDIARY DEVICES


Synopsis3

At approxinately 10:02 Pld on L/4/80, an undetonated bonb was discovered by a pedestrian in a parking 1ot used by the Golden Shel1 Restaurant. Chicago, I1linois. At approximately 11:58 Al'l orL l/5/80 a borirb exploded behind the Club Continental, Chicago, killing Vincent D. Leone. At the time of the explosion, Leone rvas on duty lrith the Chicaso Departrnent of Streets and Sanitation and was in close*proxinity to the bomb. No individuaL or group claimed responsibility for the bombings. Investigation resulted in recovery of a considerable amount of evidence. Intervierrr of logical witnesses at both sites failed to positively identify any suspect(s) . -P
DETAILS:

ALt

I$IFORMJITI$II C$$ffAI}IED

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is Eji{clt"sirEil -lt

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Tbis documcnt containr ncithcr rccommcndstions nor conclusions of thc are not to bc disrributed outsidc you agcncy,

FBI. It

is tlrc.propcrty of thc

FBI sad,is loancd to your lgmcyi it

and

jts 6tcn!!
O'ic4'3il

U. S. 6OVERNIIEI:T PRNt6-.G OFFICE: 19;C

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TABLE OF
CONTENTS

Page

r. PREDICATION.. ...: . ..... II. POLICE REPORTS ..... III. II.NTESTIGATION AT THE GOLDEN SI.IELI
RESTAUMNT,
CHTCAGo

.. r...

3 J

?5

w.

CHICAGO

INVESTIGATION AT THE CLUB CONTINENTAL,

.......

45

cG L74-1917

I. PREDICATION of This investigation is predicated upg4 1980, frorn Officer infornation on January 5, Chicaeo Police Department. reqardine the recovery of an undetbnated bonb 'at 10052 SouIh Aveiiue, Chicago,' Illinois ,

b6

blc

at l-0:02 Pi\'t on January 4,


II.

1980.

POLICE

REPORTS

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SUPPI-EIiENTARY REPoRTI'rcAGo

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bestapproximationobtainablc.A|lsiatemenisofvictims'witnessesandoffendersaresummarizationsun|essothenviseindicated.Recordal|eve|opmen!s the last report was lited. lf ihe ctassification is changed, explain why. r9. ruaenairve:

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enov eFf,*or:e -veln-bitt eryJ*i'e-e+e-ettrical blasting cap i and one r.rechanical clock ft gremov'e-d'H}ri=-terlrcwas-rrapp-eA.- . .. -with-a_-selarat,? fay:f_glaluminum foil and - plEsEi-c (vihite ) ma te-

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w-ith black

2" x-4!i81' rc-cf-argi:iq.-packagE-Je+eilJogatherelectrical tape.


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Property Em-elope consisting of: e*e.+teelierrica}-elarn-e1sblc-marke*:-bINlrEt\'re*e.+teelierrica}-elarn-elselc-marke*:-bIMi'E p vltllnr'r nlrlGs4lig one-9 volt battery marked EVI;REAIY ALKALIIE;, vrlg vLv uq vvsr 7 J rllqi Agg sc.wtyes-1Te-iiorqb-irrryr-ranEeTb-Ia-ck,
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2215

hrs, ihe und.ersigned,Explosj-ve


an sunlnary,

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INIIESTIGfTTICI{

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adjacent to the riglit of r'ray at approxirnately 10052 S. Avenue I'1. ThEy inrnediately sdught asbistancb'ancl encouniered Beat 436 ::n. froirt of 10051 S. Avenue N. The officers investigated the package and identified i-t as a possible explosive device. The officers notified the Comnrinicati-ons, requesting assistance and then secured the area, penciing the airival of Explosive Technicians. ' Prelininary exaninatlon revea'l ed. bhai the package appeared to be a (approxi.mate) ztr x 4r! x Etr oackage r.rrapped r.iiih a vrhrte-plastic mateiial and black electrical- lape r.ri'r,h protruding electrical wire and a clock visibly connect,Ld ro rh-e package rvith electn:Lca1 vriring. The clock ','ras func',ioning and aqorovl-sed electrical contact l;as noted at ihe. rhree o?cl-ock positionr-with ihe lone hand at the
.

approximate tr.ro or cl.ock posi'Lion.

-orange/bl.ack, bror+n,/white); two cartridges of .clynami'be (vrrappers , t>;L reraoied ) ; and one eLectrical blasting cdp,_r''rithJ;S-l1 ot't,and-W-a-LegQ L* wires. The. device was t^rapped rvith a seiiErat't(inner) layer-of -i c.r .. aluminum foil and outer lay'er of a white- plastic material and.taped._together wi-th black electrieal tape. . C.f<;yi
'

Implernentrng ,R.encier Safe Proced.ures, the packsg trr&s disnantled and examinaf,ion revealed. ihat, the pickage vias an apparent inprovised explosive devlce consisilng of one- nrechanical alarm clock markeC t'LiNDENil r.rj-th 2i x 2* face-(square); one 9 volt battefY markeC EVERIIADY ALKALIIiE I miscel-laneous elctrical vrires (yeilo1r, bl-ue ,

Lt*r{2i the The items were then recovered. and. inventoried ' Bombdescribed.Unit. .A sample of the dynanite, along ivithat nonthe & Arson cievice were hand caried to the C'rininalexplosive components of the islics Divj-sibn for further analysis. The recovered dynanite,and electri'$al blast,ing cap vrlTlbe destroyed for,,sqfe!y purposes, after phobographs v,'ere tdkepby E.T.3931 (Baikie#3623 ) of all the conponents. Ab this time the investigation

is being

ccnducted by

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A<iditional Victims:
Date & time^ 0f 0ccurrence: Date & Tine 0f Assignneni: De$e & finre 0f Arrival:

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at

22OC hrso

Victirn:
B1dg. G.mer i
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System:

Insurance Info;
tieather /Ltgh-ving:

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2u degrees, Clear, During ihe


darlcnesse

art. lighting.

hrs. of

Evidence:

2 d.ynanite cartridges.& -one glectrical Uta'"c:.tg cap inveniorieC at B & A under #6s57s3 biro-iir..riirg clevice, along rui-'h the baiierl' & nrisi. v.llres i'ier6 i-n'i,'enboried at B tc A uncler ft' 5e5787 i'-priot'6"- oi'tiu scene taken uy l-l

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of tire

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of ti:e

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Fire Officiai fn ilotifications: In

Charge:

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suinrnoned'

01 50 iit's o FBI Temazas of i,he FIJI at 020C h:'s , 'ljnable to colitact ATF-no arrsi'Ier
DNA

Girard of ihe 1st dePutYt

Custody:

Amesting Offic ers :

DIiA DiiA
Di{A
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I o cation 0f /trr-est;
Cha:'ge

s/Courb:

'r.Ianted:

Investigai;i on; vesi,i$ation by Sgt

Thp r':idersi:ned 4:rv

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Continrred On Page #
9

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of RD# B oo5525

Invesi

igation
I
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Conbihued. :

Tire und.ersig..ed. aJ-ong rrith

& encountei'ed. the Bonrb iechi:icians ii qcp].osive device r"ri:ich lL'l1O related thai; the had been f,'ound by 'uhe rritnesses had buet renCered safe bJ' theno At this time the undersigned. interviet';ed the r.ritnessesl-l&, r'rir.o reldr,ed iirat they r'rere vialking At the locaiion rghose adciress riorild be 10052 S..Ave.ttl{tt rrihen they dj.scovered a pacicage lying . on.the groui:d. in an open space ithich could. c.est be described .as a pt:k --'rvay & rriren they'picked i;he package up the5r saii tire cloek & the vrires proiruding frcn.saxte,1, irl:i,ediate1y.sensed cianger & therefore threr'r this . paci,-age to -ul:e wesi &..ii landed api-ro-x, next to 'l;he GonraiL ri.ght of

I I-t

proceeded

to this

scene

b5

b].c,

in was fo und, by the beat' offiers wiro 'srere subsequently surnnoned 'to t!:e scene by -L.hese i.ii'unesses & in ttr-rn turnecl o.ver to tl:e bouib iechs. 'These nen could supply iheundersigned, no furtiier info relati-ve to this incicleirt. : ?he undersignecl along vi/SSt & other B & A investigators i_. oo bego.n a neihodical sea:'ch of ihts ai'ea in the chat:ce another device
iraV r.;i1e.re
i-la

could be found. bu! 'to no a.rail-o


B & A persot:irel- nez.i began a house
nei-girbors

to

house interrrierv

of

'uhe

in t'ne irrurediate area & bhose j-n'r:elvier';ed are named abo',re & none of --hese persons neiti:er sar{ nor heard anyLhing of an unusual ;:aiurer or coul-d supply the u:iclersigned vi/any reason why an incident of tiris nature shoufd occurr iu their o.rd.e
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the explosive device t'r-as found is so:letiaes . Thi s area neer r+l:erc usei as a parliing facili1;1' 1'o" .l,l"re i&rons of a tavern aaraed i;he GOIDEI'I She11 Restaura.ni wi:icii is locateci at 10C63 S. A?e. ttlltro According to of ihe 4ti: disi.rict ttho uere the 1st tire beai officers sr:nr.:ioned_to-,this scene, nany autos vrere pariled in ihe general area of this

iurn copied d.oivn"tire licensc ;r s of these aut,os rthich 1{ere present at their arrival fc a check of these license #t s by the undersigned vi.a ihe police Ceptrs. irot. desk per clerl< it'111 revealed the naines & adtires.ses of 5 of tl:e -8 au-r,os.presetrt-*see atiaciled sheet r"rith regist::aiion of autos---The undersi.gned. at tiiris tj:ue ltere unable to locate
d.e'.rj-ce; the;r j-n

or intervtei+-ro-?res-p9?s orls o
eisigrn d. requests a''fo11olrr-tlP i nvestigai; 1bn'. be eonducted by 2nd retch persolrriel of this comnland to facilitate this inves-,"igation
The
ur:d.

This investigaiion 1s continriiltg;o

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record lraij founrl l.rere reolesi'ecl to'be

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eyes, hair, camplexion, scars. malks, etc.

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SUPPLETyIENTARY REPORT/cHrcAco poLrcE

or l,n. numb!^ -! known, and state, "ln Custody." lt.ptopertY taken \"as

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Vincent D.
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PROPEBTY TA.KEN
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FILL IN THE FULL AMOUNT OF ONLY THOSE VALUES
UJHICH EITHER OIFFER FRO|II OR I,TERE NOT REPORTEOON THE ORIGINAL CASE HEPORT OR THE LAST PREVIOUS SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT.

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FURS

Avenue
:CLOTHING

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EXPTOSIVE TECHNICTAN INFORI"IATION


Thedescriptionofoffenders.possib|erveaponsandpossib|evehic|esusedbyoffen<|ers,containedrvithinthis'eportareapproximation3orestimates indicated. The sobriety of vicaims, r,vitnesses and,offenders is rheir ipparent condition,when reported. lvitnesses location at time of crime anddistance from bestapproximationobtainab|e.Allstatementsofvictims,witnessesarxJoffendersaresummarizationsttn|essothe| the last repDit rvas filed.. lf rhe classirication is changed, explain why.

scene

isth:

'ldiTfi7il,m

occuRRED:

DATE/TII,,IE nSS IGirlED :

DATE/TII"'E ARRIVED: VICTII'1:

1158 hours 5 J.an 80, 1.215 hours J Jan 80, 1240 hours
8O

Jan

LEONE,

VincenL D. m/w age 6U, dob 3 t'Iay 15,


,

fl
20.

by the City of Chicago Dept. of Streets & Sanitation, 40tn. l{ard, 5337 N. I'Jestern..
IS ACCEPTABLE (YOI NUIIBER OF ALL
c,B. NO./Y.D. NO.
OR J,D.A. NO.
I

I HAVE READ THIS FIEPOAT,ANO BY MY SIGNATUFTE INDICATE THAT IT

EN.TER CENTRAL EOOKI|{G {CBI NUT,IBER. JUVEIiILE DiST'ltCf AOJUSTT..IENT (JOAI NUIVIBEH ON YOUTH OtV TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FON THIS OFFENSE(S} ANO DISTFICT ON UNIT NUI.IAEN OF THE ARNESTING OFFICER.

PERSONS

27.oc:

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oF J.o.A. NO,

c.8. NO./Y.D. NO.


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REPONTTNG OFF

COPTES

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INVESTIGATION CC'IIPLETEO ITIME

i MONTH

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0T,IIB

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IIJCDEM:
I..IODUS OFERAI\IDI:

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in

area

11. r,incoln Ave. , ge t'o oanage Eo .but-l-d.l_ngs

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(*&?1,9,{,ft$;gge*a{#s+#+tr4-s5515

N. Lincorn Avenue-al}ev

Explosive device detonated in tb-e atrey causing injury to victim and property

damage-to--add-iLi-ona-l-+ie-t;!mJ_-_---.--...'

AI:=y-?Eto-iieftT and qroperty damage


I4OTIVE:
DESCRIPTIOT.I OF BUTLDI I,]G:

fmprovised explosive device placecl. in the


_

Unknovrn

ai this rrriting
one
,

rear of Club Continental which is a


and 5OI 1n uidth

CAUSE

& ORIGT}{: .

An Improvised Explosive Device consisting pa+ently--otr-iligld {felee-i+fqepe--el*p}o sir $ appa r Lnt+y-of J{ii+ Velee ++fq.p e--ei*pfo s .ii i.e. dvnamite, i.e. dynamite, electric blastins caD. tric blasting capr eadj-,-f1-kaltnlattery, and rnechanical- type alarn c1ock.

ffi 9lMs+ng'i .
I'fiEATHIiR

victim Vincent LEONE lo.ho was ,in cl-ose /:\=aaj:Jr dar.rage to LllOlrlE tS vehiile, ensive
',
i.n 'Lhe area. i"iinor 4amage cccq:qred to
ri:rdor^rdanrage-orcu

sjuny-JcJhe-

rm

& LfGH?II{G:

2g ciegrees, snoh,ing, daylight


Unknor.rn

INSUF-ANCE

t ii t.

at this r'rrit
63
Pro

E\TTDENCE RECOVERED:

erty

Dnvelo ef'eady

tt
C)

a gray coated rvire soldered to


t h6-n egaai-ve--g esn*na&-+B&-wih

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URE INOTCATE TH,AT IT IS ACCCPTAgLE

"f
B0}/A &, .q,RS Oi': Ul,lIT /tRSCl! BY EXILOSIVES -5515
EVID$I.ICU RECOVERED

Pagg Three

N. LfNcoLN
):

hVE.

R.D.#Boo6L53

5 J;\l{ 80

(contlnued

One One

to gray colored plastic coateC ivj-re. ciereu length of green in color plastic cOated lll:.re r,rith a tr,vist connection 1n center. One length of yellolv in color plasti-e wire (apparently electr.j-c blasting cap leg wire). Four pieces of plastlc ty1;e nater.'31, Inv.#685785.
:

length of green in color plastic coated r"rire connected rvith tviist ends (sol-

1- Evidence Froi':erty Envelope containlng cJ.othlng frairnents (appaiently -f ictiilg j Inv';;'6557 86' 1- Evidence Prolierty Envelope containing one U.S.C. doll-ar bil} anci one fraemeated U.S.C. dollar bill Inv.#685787 .
The evidence. redo''rered by the lleporiing Explosive Technj-cians in the alley at 5515 itl. Lincoln five.r otl I January 1980 at f300 hours. 'F Being held for possible turnover to the .8.I. .
POLICE PERSO}i}iET, ASSIGNED: Beat Beat Beat Beat Beat Beat Beat Beat
tr'. B.

a0 a iL

riom/5ex

NOTIFIC/'TIL'iiS

A.T.F. per
rivvEsTroATlolf

I.

per

assigned.byBonbtcArsonSuper.visor|-ltoproceed'to5515}I. Lineo1nAveituere]-ativetoin^exp1osEn-attnirt1obatiorr.rrreVrs arrived at this location at l2LO'holirs.


(coniinued-see page four)

0n 5 January Bo, at rzr5 hours, the Reporting Exnlosj-ve Technicians t^rere

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Page Four
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Boi.its & ARSON Ui{iT ARSOI,I BY EXiLOSIVES

-55T5 N.

LII{COLI'I AVE.

5' JAI'J 80 R.D.#Boo6l-5)

that a Vincent LE()NE suffered seri-ous iniu.ry occurring in an explosion irr the alle5' at thab location. The R/Ts examinatioir of the scene al-so det,ernir:ed that thrs explosion damaged tE0i\iEtS vehi,-cl-e and slightly damag.ect -,,he rear walL of the building housing the C.LUB CONTIIIEI,IT/iL iLrUt{GE as vrel-l as catising extensive vrindow damage to other bui'ldings in the area. Fragments of clothing were adhering to the rear vrall arproxj-maiely 5t from the t{orthsast coi'ner of this building. Pj-t-,-ing of llle brick surface slso occurred in ihls area ng oI the or].cK sltr-.rase ears indicating the locabj.on of locabj alley approxinaiely 2t frcm -uhe allev surface ind LEOIIErS vehicle, a 70 Ford van, 'tle's the seat of deionaiion, recor/ered 35t north of the seat, facing south in this a1Iey. Extensive dainage occur'red to the van, notably to thmigh! rear panels that r.reie buckled frorn the explosion. Fragmenbs of clcthing were adherine t,c the rieht rear vlheel in this same area. This damage and t[e c]-othing-fragments indicate the vehicle was no :nore then several- feet from the explosion seat and was either drlven or blor.m back to its position against a garage l,rall- that was.also oanaged fron the van rear buntper, ihe vanrs auioilatic transmission -r"as in the reverse position. The ignition key tras
The R/Ts determined
;- 9J,rE ^+'{r V\.,'>.i. UlUtt . J-rr +L^ \]I t -.^-:-.r^*

IIWESTIGATlOii (continued ) :

The R/Ts search

in this reFort. This subject evidence and the datnage incured indlcate that an Improvised Explosive Device consisting of high velocity t,vpe explosives i.. dynamite, electrie blasting caP, -and rnechanical alarm type clock, detonated at the 9 volt baitery, above loca-r.ion causing injury to LEONE and the listed danlage. LEOl'iEtS injuries indicate that he l.ras in close proxlmity to the seat of the exllosion, ai,parently betlveen the subject wall anci
van lvhen
I

of the scene resulted in ihe recovery of the etidence listed

sarTre

occurred

The subject recovered. evidence inventoried and held pendlng turnover to the F.B.I.. Searches of the victirns van, and clothing recovered at thO. Swedish Covenent Hos::ital negative for any bomb particl es at thls writing, fu.riher exanination by Lab. Search of surron$ing builuing roofs negatirre, The vlctlms anticue shop located at 3 627-\f. lawreice Ave., phone lvas searched by Bomb & Arson Exp1. Techs.

by @rson
aira

l-l

trith negative results. her invest fnvestigator


I

tive reports subnritted Crime Lab Techsl

r*
, I

l.hotograhed'-the

scene

\-rT

t,

approved:
20

"sc.ibcti" for OPERr\TlOtV TDENTtFICATION it

l.D. number at cnd of nlrrative.

SUPPLEIvIENTARY REPO
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SUP''LFT.IENTARY NEPOTIT. THE OBtGiNAL CASE ACPONT

FILL ITi TIIE FULL AIJOUNT

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PROPERTY RECOVERED

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l-l -iCLEARANCES:
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occ.

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RESS_-BEP0RT_ti1
The clcscri2rion

of offenters, posil

tlre last relrorl rvas filed.


I9.-NAH FIATIVE:

lf

the classification is chaqed, cxplain rvlry,

-&DULLONAL__V-1C.1'TIiIs
: rt

CLU.B_jOInINEln-{rtJ5l_51L_Linc_oJ..n_82&{!77--

----l (.co_:owner__ofj l-n :I L-.---------l i,io -fr*rt h ef i4f o rnrat i on ( c o- ovrn er )U

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lr.t:BT II4E-OEJ S $IciqirE.}E- Ja irua ep-Lp 80--1, 3 I HAVE REAO THIS BEPORI.AND BY IJIY SIGNATUFE INDICNTE.THAT IT IS ACCEP].AALE

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CONTINUED C$

nevense srca

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NO.

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on J.o.A. No.

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&=lc9!itn1;rT-- o PROGRESS PEPoRT /irz . .rll.IE or

pig:u#

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Rn;F

g-006-153 , Jan r>ou

AffriL.5

Jan 19Bo 1335__E -1,E01{Eilne.-eft -L,}!il\L/3l{av}9l5--63-1!-N-.l'airfieid. Znd fl. employeed by the

6',\'

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c ass --&ot h--iua=H it "n 1fi9ff I s[ri,et's and slnitiatton J61-8381+ vrorlcing "-oe-chi. -c t-time-of-inqi-<ien'tz------:--- I--=-El\ t

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LEoNE-\Li.ncerri-D.-I{o,[co.nf i nedto -SwedisbCovenant 51&5 II. Californj-a 87E-8200

FRVJEi,IED

erious-cond*ti-on-;-

a/I911

la a.t.t :/-t2-t-1

yDee.-l{ash452?

fl1.

oyeed at

5-

&-T-R-lGTN--@sh
DAI.,JAGE

-ilorre-kno.wrra.t-th.is--triTie--other-therr-victj.tn v dIffiEy expbaGlva-? eviFe broken r'rindorrs to buiLdings o-- i'cfim -te-orres-f o rFva nz? o0
aPpe.ar

Irlumeror::s
e--b

in

arr

--+I$i11I:.ION-GF E].,ECTItICAL OU TI.8 TS

U-nJrnor'm

Utility service did not

to

tt I
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--i-e_irnvo1rred_1n_-uh-is-irrcfierri;;
3 _.-stTE-

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PNO.GP.ESS

55X

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REPOR? zi2

LNSU

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Club Contlnental carries Firenrans Fund' Ins' others. Full i-nformtion available thru'

"na Co*-Co fns

Agertcy 3t+25 YI. Dempster 673-1212

ITGHTING

Day1ieht, 28 degreesr snol'r covered' grbund'

ovlrcfst'i,rith liglrt flurries'

EUrDEI.iCit

Recovered by
a.nd

POLICE ?ilRSOi.Ji'{Ej, ASSIGNED

Beat Feat Beat Beat Baat Beat Beat Beat

orab & Arson Bomb & Arson 6 Honr & Sex

{U

o
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Yugoslavlan business establ

acting -lper -r,eletyp6 Dept' SuP't. me-ssage 0o0tJB seit ifficts to pay special atteniion
ishmen-r,s "

CUSTODY

DNA

ARRtrSl'IN'G OFFICERS

D}IA DI{A

Diff1!, TTr"lE, LOCATI0I{ OF ARN,EST


COiIRT DATE
I{Ai{TED TIWESTIGATIOi,[
Ec BRANCH

Di{A

UNlilql,l'l{

supervisor SgtJ-''l l-ocation.

5 Janur5'1980 at 1330 hrs the reportlng invesiigS.tor vias assigned by Bonb & Arson to 5515 IL Lincol-n relitive to an expbbsion ai that
On
upo and

Ot
Ft \J1 Lr)
I

conducting a search of the for evidence and this 'i nvestigaior bfoeedded to canvass Lhe area for area any l.Ji-'-nesses io this inclden,c "

1 found iixplosive

Tech

Lincoln r.ri:o stated thai he rvas at hotue ai; the time of the inci-deni and had lno knor.rl-ed.ge of I'riio or r.rhy anyone rvould try to bonrb his estabhshrnent. He stated buslrress lvas very !ood-a.nci there irave been no threats orpiobleillso uttd: .Uu lt"" been in brrs iness f8"-il/Z years t'rith al-l partne:'s. knor.;s of no problerns or ihreats involvi-ng his ltd i colJTriwn D P-irGE // li

spoke toF oi.rner otffi

i:'ltt/l9t+3 co5515 i'i.

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rntervielr or l-l n/ahg51 stated that hffiJhe--front of @ O."U the blast. Running tothe rear and Looki.ng around observed a g'roup of people
informatlon.
sianding around and a nan layi-ng on the-6qround.. He could

offer iro other

ltas ai hone but had slnce left. of the incident.

7",i,not lvas
.ne

iie staled his

ho;:ad

ai

:vi.fe clainred

time

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to

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have no

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stated ncident,

he
sta-r,ed
i

he heard t,iie. explobion and ran to the a11ey and ob served a nan 1a5,'fut i:: uhe al-iey and 4 or 5 persons standing arouncl. !lo could not furni-sh anrr addi tional- lnvesligatlve- inforria tion.
ei,.rood

H/\I/L955 enployeed by Dye Dee laund.ry siated he a truck out of the a11ey goir:g north i.rj:bir ;ne .van dri''rin by Vincentr.;a.s pullingpu!!!.ng___.!4lo leone ivas the alley souiirboind, i,ir. ieone b..clced to exit ihe a11e5'. A f er.i ilcrnen-us I ater out of the alley al.lor.ring neao to ihe al-Le!' ano obser.rec i.i:-. leone fayE! on iire ground Ene elq.Dlost_on dr:mpster near a rvhite and r'!r. leones vSrr 1,.;-3s abor:_t 30 ieet no:.th a.gainst a &rage, He could furnish other. informa'bion.

Street,s and Sani't,ia.ti on oui o-f v:r v ,+\-/ r','ard ar:d i'.ras supposedly r.rorking -r,his d,a;.. She sta'bed she spol<e r^rl.;h hiin irisFiffi:":i! ;f,i;=di:'1iil.;i"l.gl: il".i,"B,''ii"ilf.il$.H"":3;:3"'f,::Fl;nrr'lJ -r1 would 'l-^ i.^ !L be-in'uhe at.'t_e., 1.. q:-15 j,i. LinS_q-fn_pthe;' ther: the fact thai this l.raffi i;he t;he area tt'.,"+.-'f,^*;;:i-; " and + jt: i the.t he ircrked '7^ ii:at iiad a habit of trarrellng thnr aL]ei.s picking up junk and oihe:. it eas as ir; ] naa a. I'junk storerr at,"36j? i.{. J,ai.,TgilCe.
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of .Virrcent Leone s'r,ated t [-l h') City of Chicagio ?\^*^-+--^,-"" y tfre Cil'-rr (^'f [ihi^or-.a DeparinenfiT

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I I.i/l,I rvard sui>eri-ntend.ant of the ,.n+lr :.'rrrl "t.7 i'i. lr'estern stated that l,ir, l,eone' was tiorliin.rr thi.s v. *:'*."*: .,,roI".,1" i ',I' ii '.'i nnrl I -,---,,--*J ^cr-^^'l-:.^spreading iart. He ltated rirai j.r:'l ieoiru iropfdjatd*+arbly hp.ve been on his].r:trcirhor.:raitne-r,ineoftheincj.denl.l-|cou1d'noifurnish .t,heexac.iJ]-oca.r,ionSorrouiefollor,led'thisbaffirlgi'ijrJ;;;-b";'jii',ot icnott aily special r.easo:t .'.r, Leone i.roul-d be i-n-thl a1ie5, at 5515 Lincol_n,
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Date of

transcrlptlon_

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provided. Special Agent (SA) with one bag containing seven sealed env@ and cleseribed be1ow, containi-ng evidence col-lected, by the Chi Sguad.. This material was collected by Officers Sar Number Star Number the pri or evenin-g, u-a:ruary d-a parking lot loeated at 10052 Souttr Avenue N, Chicagor fllinois.

1. One envelope containing vrhite plastLc bag r'rith aluminum foil on the inside of the bag, wrapped rvith black, threer/quartar inch plastic electrician's taper also containing one end of a trvo-inch cartridge of d.ynamite, unknown manufacturer, r.r'itir particles of material adheringr to the vtrapper. 2. one envelope containing 'a 9-volt Eveready alkaline power ce1I with two lengths of t'rire, one soldered to each of the snap terminaLs. 3. One bag eontaini-ng numerous lengths of blue' yellorv, orange aud bror.m vrires trith black three,/quarter inch vinyl electrieian's tape adhering' to the ends of the vrires. The free ends of the vrires were sev.--red by the bomb technicians who disarmed the actual d.evice. rn addition, srna11 pieces of aluminum foil and white plastic material are contained in Item 3. 4. One electric blasting cap merlced "Expl-osivo", described as two and one-half inches in length' siLver in color rsith blue and light graen,/yellow
wires.

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- z5. One envelope containing one piece of black three/guarter inch vinyl electricianrs tape and one Linden travel alarm cJ-ock, approxJmately tr+o and one/quarter by two and oner/quarter j_nches j:r diameter. The alarm clock hras rrrapped lvith. black three/quarter jnch vinyl electrician's tape over the crystal and arould. the back of the clock, The crystal had a hole in the face at the 3 o I clock pos!-tion with one rsire protrud,ing into the hole, and just under the hoLe, there reas a small piece of black vinyl electriciants tape on the face of the clock. Another vrire rrras attached by solder to the back of the alarm clock with several additional vrires rvrapped. in black tape and ad.heri-ng to the alarm clock. 6, One envelope containjng a sma1J. sample of material r'rhich had been taken out of the package. This materj.al appears to be dynamite. 6a. One envelope containing approxinrately three pouncls of what appears to be gelatin-type dynamite, which was destroyed accord.ing to an order issued by the court for safety purposes. The above listed items \rere inventoriecl by the CpD on two reeeipts under Propertv rnventory ltrumbers 685782 and. 685784, both sigmed for by sAl lto mai.:rtain custocly in this matter. The items listed above rvill be forward.ed to the Federal Bureau of rnvestigation Laboratory in Washingtonl D.c., for further analysis and tests, ancl tiren vrill be maintained .in the Chicago Office for eviclentiary purposes.

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. Pursuant to a court order issue.d by tire Honorable Judge Fralk J- McGarr, Northarn District of l11inois, or1 Januazl 8, 1980, that ordered the destruction of three pounds of dynarni+-e of an unknown manufacturer, which rvas

recovered from a devics j.n ttre parking Lot of 10052 Avenue N, Chica Illinois, o!1 January 4, L980, Special Agent (SA) carried out the order in the followins manner:

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ti:ree pounds of dynarnite from a storage magazine located in the quarry at Thornton, Il1inois, and transportad the dynanite to a remote location inside the quarry, r^rhere the material rvas charged with an electric blasting cap and then covered r.rith a sna1l amount of gravel and remoteLy detonate-d. ourlnq the timF-lheq the materiaL r,.as being prepared for detonation, S.,11 lvideo taped the proceedings and reeorded the actual detonation of the materiaL, as set forttr Ln the instructions from tlra court. The site r,rhere the dlaranite had been covered was tl-.en re-examinect to make sure that all of the material completely exploded, and then the site r^ras video taped for evidentiary purposes. A mlnute sample, approximately one-half ounce of the --xplosive material, was kept from the original amount for evidentiary purlroses, in order to be sent to the Laboratory for analysis and for defense purPoses ir necessary'
the-

Chicago
Investlgatlon on

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Thornton, fllinois
Date dictoted

and,

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FD302 (Rev.

11-27-?0)

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Boland, fuffing

crew member

information:

of the John J.

0n Friday evening, January 4, 1980 John J. Boland to do some shonpinq. lle returned to the vessel at approxirnately 9:30 Pi{, Farking his autonobile in across the street front the American- Shi.pbuilding park!-&t the Golden She11 Restaurant. I Inoted that rvhile this property belongs to American Shipbuilding' many patrons of the^ Go13en Shefl Restaurant park^ their vehicle3 in this 1ot.

There1.Jereautonobi1esparkedonbothsidesofEs vehicle, hor+ever, he could not recall what they were.


the south ot 9:50 Pll. The parking space irnnediately to the south of irnnrediately observbd rvhat h-e thought was vacant and E was a ladies pocket book laying on the ground in this spot. It was placed in a position that it would have been located under the front passense.r seat of the vehicle previously -autonrobilethis slrot parked in examine it and imnediately observed a clock rcith hands on it. He believed it to be a bomb and his. first thought rvas

to get rid of it.

railroad tracks which rtlere to the west of his automobile. the explosive device next to the tracks. He did not'want to leav^e the expl-osive device because he felt the individual rsho placed the device l,ras possib'ly still in the area and would take the device and place it sornetvhere e1se. walking. saw an old sailor :F:r:iend of his narneSlI []l l-Til automobi automobi-ie sit in his, l-Tf, ?n-TEd iiea-ina-[e-[ia-l-l fn-Tfid area ind he had l-l placed the explosive device. and rvatch the spot rvherE-fl ChiCaqo Policemen of the bomb he had found. The policenen verified that the package lvas a bomb and immediately clearee the area.
He placed

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Chicago, Illinois
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your agency;

This document contains nerther recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. it is the property of the FBI a-:: ::

it

and

ils contents

are rlot to bc distribuled oulside your ngettcy.

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and i-s onlY there on a ver furnished. the name infrlquent basis. Johnson' s Cr-e?A-Ifisconsin, telephone l-t as an individual who rqouLd always know his specific whereabouts and who rvould. be able to contact hin.

telephone

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EDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
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On January

Chicago, was inte

y -a representatlve furnished the following iirformation:

11,

1980,

was found.

said that on January 4, 1980, Late in venue N when he was stated that was stand.i e par ay I.teS t o the 10053 address. taped pageselsv+ng. qn. @ity parking -ioii-ffi I Io carr the po1 spice.- l-Tsiia-ire police. told.l to call picked up the package and placed it just across the railroad t:acks, a few feet fron-where the package was found clock in the package End- ass.urned it was a bonb package and ass.uned bonb. said that he hid behind a car and rvaited for lto return rvith the police, rvho arrived shortly not been by that location earliei so he lras not able to state rshich car had been parked. in the space where the bonb
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your agenc]';

document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and is loaned to it and its contents are not io be distributed out.side your ugency. FBt/DoJ

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FD302 (Rev.

11-27-70)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Date of tronscription

r/L6 / 80

I
was interOn January 14, 1980, viewed by a representative of the FBI and provided the following inforrnation :
l,

the bonrb on the evening of JanuarY 4, 1980. The spot l.ras apDroximately 25 feet from Avenue N on the parkrvay and diiectly rvest fron the northern edge of the- 10053-South Avenue N address bonb he picked it up and carried it directly rvest, just related that oad tracks. : at hat tine and ca11ed hitit over aced rvalked over to where SE at picked it up, but quickly put it back down. the bomb and stated he does recall observing a red Pinto a coiiillffif soaces south of his car and believes that when hL first parked in the parkway at about 9:30 Plvl the car i-rnrnediately to the south of hirn rvas dark colored
and

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SA

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This documenl conlains nerlher recornmendations nor conclusions of t'he FBI. It is the property of the FBI and is lonned to
your agency; iL and

its con[ents are not to

be distributed outside your agency.

Bl/ OOJ

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FD302 (Rev.

11-27-70)

FEDERAL BUREAU

OF INVESTIGATION

Dof e

of tronscription

t/t4/80

Golden She11 Restaurant, 10063 South Avenue N, Chicago, 'htas intervie\ted by representa-

tives of the
information.

FBI

, at'ivhich liire she furnished thb foiloiving

herrestaurantinaparkingaTeaacrossthestreet advised that she did not receive any notificatio.n prior to the recovery of tire bonbing device and she has no idea rvhy anyone rvould target her establishment for a bonbing. She stated that she has no problems r.rith Yugoslav ethnic facti.ons, either Serbian or Croatian.
Decenber

She stated tirat on Friday at arrproximatelv 9 :45 PM she 1r'as made al\rare of a bomb d.evicb ithich- rvas found' outside

23, 1979, she received a phone call at her restaurant at approxirnately 10;00 PIr{ from an unidentified nale r,'ho spoke English r+ith no accent. This person stated as follorvs': "l'Ie t ie going .to bomb your place, one, two, three, or five. " The ca1ler hung up irnnediately after the above \-+tatement; had eiected aDDToximately25 persons fron her restaurant one hour E:ar1ier.'Iff these inen it'ere crelrt members on the freighter "John J. Bo1ancl" r*hich had docked in the harbor across the stTeet from her restaurant that day. She stated that she ei ected them because thev had becorne drunk and rorvcy . Hofrer'"t, l-l referred to the fact that the bomb d.evice lras recovered. on January 5, 1980, and the anonymous ca1ler Eave a seri-es of numbers rvhich inclr"rded the number r-ive sucqested there was a possible connection betrreen-Tffiornb"iievice and the phonb call on the 23rd.

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by

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your agency;

This doculnent conlains neicher :econnencialions not conclusions of the FBl. It is the'property of the FBI and is loaned to F BI/ OOJ it and its conlenls are not lo bc Cistributed ouiside your ogency.

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
oat ottranscrr

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0n January Z, 1980 a,r t uorden shel1 R.estaurant, 10063 south Avenue NJhicago, was intervieru'ed by a representative of the Federal Bireau ?_f,lly::tigation (FBI),- and furnished the fofforving
]-ntormat].0n:
r._vuu,

said that on the evening of January 4, [| there t,,.as a party at herJeslanlfant for 20 peorrle frorn.the calunet Dailt'piesl. iiitua-tf,at'ih6-' group arrived at 6:00 pM and st?]iluntil 1:00 AlvI; however, two from the group left ear1y.
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ner restaurant on a pro-Yugoslavia radio or television

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

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^ trans6rlpttonL
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On January 7, 1980, at the Golden She11 Restaurant. 10069 South Avenue N. Chicaso. was intervietved by a reDres6ntative of the FBI and furni5nea tne follorving infbrrnatibn :
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into the restffiEt about Z years ago. tlre 2 had or beer and only stayed for 10 or 15 ninutes. Sjlhe:--qffee I I related that rrrhen the two used to come into the rFa-urant- they would sornetimes converse in Croatian or Serbian rtith a former busgirl of the restaurattt,l-l (l.eEt Iglu upkngi.,n) ti{o men 1{eTe. knew tvho theie

2 young @ restauiant.

said that on the evenins of January 4. 1980. restaurant and sai in the rebr of tire'

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This document contalns neither recommendations.nor, conclusions of tne FBt. it and lts contents are not to be distrtbuted outsicte your agency.

lt

is the

property of ihe FBI and'is loaned'to your agency;

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

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?I"i:fl:i:li:iIy,i3*;F";rlu"Frr but rvas ""rtl8yl""nl?l:gl"B*' identirication or-the ii'J yo""g rnen on the evening of January 4, 1gg0, who ""[!i!a"inE'63il"i"rnu*
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The follorving investigation was conducted by on January 8, 1980:

SAI

Avenue

, Calunet Daily Press, advised thE hl-s newspaper held a party on Friday night, t'Tr.day nlgnt, nat January 4 , 1980, at the Golden Shell Restaurant, 10063 South N, Chicago left the-party ijetr?ffiMand
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day:

party.at 9 PI{ before the bomb device rsas discovered. She further noted that they were parked south of the restaurant and'ttrer^efore l^rere not near tire site wirere the bonb device
was located.
lrras

her the

south of the restaurant. recalled the excitenent r"hen the device tr'as found. l{e noticed nothing unusual occur in the restaurant i.n the tine period immediitelv before the device r.ras found.

employment and advised that he escorted from Tne party at 9: 15 PI\l to her veh].cle l{n].clr was thepartyat9:15P]rItohervehic1ervhicffidsoutharso parKed sou of the rbstaurant - He noted that his vehicle rvas aiso parked the rbstaurant. that his vehicle

telephonicall

contacted at his

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Special Agents of the FBI on


advised

The fo

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ome

1980:

on tne evenlng o anuary however he did not no tice anything unusual.

, ,

Chicago, 1980,

related that on the lerE, I ls g1rltr1end. and | | ano r"t" rnaE l.Tres:-oence ar r: ru-rm ro soffi TE'eTTeet inf-ls car, a 1973 light'b1ile CE-dilGc, rvhich .Hkedfourorfivefeetfronrvherethebombwasfound.side of | stated that there rvas a car parked on each | s car,, and,neither..one rya: a pickup or carnper but -car. | rvas unable to describe either ielated that | returned. at 10:30 PI{, after the bonb h?-dFeen found. evening
long rvith

-they
o

ome

one observed

t e evenlng

anything.
anuaTy

anuary 4,

80, however

at tney

neither

r.Iere

the

eve

said she rvas home on not see anything.


nner at
Plul on

said that e retuTne hone for anuary 4, 1980, but did not notice anything.

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that on JaTffi

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. acv].se(t tnaE on Januafy -at 5:00 PIr{ from work. ' 4, 1980, returned about 9:30 PI{.1-l said that he parked his 1973 Pinto in the parkrvay a fittfe north of.his residence. stated he did'not nbtice anything unusual except that -HeI (Last Name Unknown) was working on his truck, 1980 I1llnoft
I

olden Shell at 7 230 PM and parked his 7977 tan four door Plymouth, 1980 lllinois f = l, in the. pa-rkrvay paiIfiF' place rvhi_qh--lies lo.tT-f?iiectly across fron 10053

January

said that

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advised

she is a at the Golden She11 and on Jangary- 4, 1980, sne arrlve e restaurant at 4:00 Plr{ and parked' hei rvhi te Thunderbird, 1980 Illinois Avenue N juit north of the t"rt""t"nt. l-l did not reca11 the vehicles parked tvest of her on the parklay nor did she leave the restaurant anytime during her-irorkiirg hours.
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for the Golden Shell, said that on January 4, 1980, she arrived at the restaurant at 4j-0-0-.P}{ and parked her 19Jl-uaroon Chevrolet, 1980 Illinois on the parkway. | _ lstated that when she parked there was a light -ffl-ored Toyota just north oi her. -there,,related that when the bomb rvas found around 10:00 PM, | | she gbserved that a sreen Chevrolet was parked'iust to the north of the space w6ere the bomb rvas f.'irnd and'her vehiCle was just north of the green Chevrolet. I I pointed out the approximate position of her car on the night of JanuarT 4,
1980, which rvas across from 10055 South Avenue
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for Continental Security at t Anerican Ship Building Coinpany, due west of the Golden Shel1, said that hs wa-s on 4 Pl.,t - midnieht on the evening of Jinuary 4, 1980. | stated that-every other hour he would make a one hour ffiity | check and related that he did not notice anything unusual.

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On-January ++, -iavis?dEat for continental SJlirity, 1980,

was conducted by

he was on the 4 Pjil - midnight shift at the American Ship Building Company but he did not notice anything unu'sua1.

,
1980, both he and his 11:00 Pl'l and did not on that evening.

19g0,

were at work 3:00 Pl'{ until serve anything in the neighborhood


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Maywood, I1linois.

. 0n January 14, 1980, Law Enforcenent Agencies 9I'!c*:(LEADl)dis.91qsqdthai1980I11in-ois1icJnse Is llsted to Certified Services, Zll South Sth Avenue;
fnve

of .the truck, t and owns a b1


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1980

operator

Chicago,

of January 4, 1980, he arrived at the Golden she11 at 7:30 or 8:00 PIt. l-lsaid that his truck rvas parked west of the restauranr on TFparkway a couple of spacls-noittr-oi 101st street and his car was parkeil four or- five spaces north of his truck out 3i4no!-comedid until after 10:00 PI\,I when the bornb was found. change the tire on his car but that was not | lsaid he untll after 10:00 PM. | | did not recall the vehicles that
eveni.ng

January 15,

were parked north of his car.Istated


have

that he believes s restaurant rvas bonbed__because of extortionate frlEd'eTo her by Croatians. any evidence to substantiate that allegation.
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On January 15. 1gB0-f Dcnererv].lIe, lndIana, advl e he arrived at the Golden She11 at 8 :00 blue 1969 Oldsmobile on the parkrvay north of the restaurant. nearby cars r'rhen he parked his car. I I ielated that he attempted to leave the restaurant at 10:00 PIr{ or 10:30 pl'l but the chicago Poli-ce Departnent rvas not pernitting anyone

to leave

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The following investigation vras conducted by

SA

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On January 15, 1980, advised that he is t l-1 of the Golden She11 Restaurant years ago his l-l was bothere Dy some Croatians to put up posters in her rest,aurant but she refused the Croatians lvere also upset because his EllS AdIe.LLiSes her restaurant as YugoslaV rather than Croatian related that his[-lhas not been bothered by CE?Tlans 1ate1y and said that if his had received an extortion stated that his e:-told hin.
154

DA

nember

he rvorked shift fron 4 PM io midnight. his l-l was home but she did not observe anything. fln re]-ated that he spoke Januar[g-,-!980, l-l stt'c .tlcvEL with his affi,rr'o" and did not know re ce ived an extortion denand by Croatians anything about a inan and r,rornan being observed placing a package under a car on the evening of Januaiy 4,. 1980.

, 1980, Chicaso

that

0,

|-lrvasanenberoftheSerbianerrrigreorganization''Roya1 lFrn'6?EEEts of Draza l.lihailiovic" about six or seven years but cioes not knorv any active Croatians. he drives a 19ZS blatk o\rer bronze 01dsmo-6F

0n January 23, 1980, East Chicago , Ind.iana, ad.vised that 1980. he airived at tire Golden She11 and 9:00 Pl'{. every Friday filFthe rast couple of montis. that when he arrived. at the restaurant there lvas only one einply parked in that _place but parking place on the parktvay. were parked near him. was not ible to recali any of tTe--rlthat
ago

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Dsre o{ tronscriPlion

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.nu on Januarv. rl:-l?80 , o,,, ,n! a;tr:"1:lll,?Tit ?{'3'il381 that he ttas bo,;:r'"tr:i?#ttiiul"' -not ,have states. of serEET "":?t:It'.' ofeJ6#;L;;ijoe! stated that iliui-u"elC r aat i an o ro{ "ttIan friends. 1-:-1 i s t anc e no r ';;y- re a t o mEmber s r t 1'l ; ; i ;-N;t i6i-nas "
^ -said Serbian activists ' hehasneveT.i""iaof.theil";;;;;-Hatr,ionarnesistance does he knorv ;;;D

:1"::t?n":"1?

' Friday ur""iry iris airrrrer there on tines a rveekJand that !e is enployed as ".]:'selnan has r--related. Torrence',^citiitgo' and he steei;-196.th-;;e -said-he.Eoes-.'o:h:*Goldensrrg]rseveral for lrrisconsfn r+ould pf""" a bonb under his car' anyone no idea rvtty

nights

Inrerviewed

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INVESTIGATION AT THE CLUB
CONTlNENTAL
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Unitr provido-d Special Agent (sA) r./ith three bacrs of evidence collected e scene at-the Club Continental, 5515 }lorth Lincoln Ave,nue, Chicago, - Il-linois , on January 5 , 1980 . Of f ie"rs il andF star Number subsffip1osionbehinc1thaC1ubContinenta1,r'lhich oceurred at aoproxirnately 11:53 Al1, January 5, 1980. The explosion, whi-ch occurred in the alley behind the Cl-ub Continental, subsequently killed a white male, identified as Vincent D. Leone, 63L4 North Fairfielrl, Chj.cago, IlLinois. Ite,ms taken from his body at the- Svredish Covenant Hospital ar6 included in the third baq described belors: Bag 1 - eontains miscellaneous bits of clothing collected at the rear of the Club Conti.nental. This material r"ras listed under CPD rnventory Number 685768Bag 2 - contains Eveready 9-voLt alkal-ine poh'er ce1l battery rvith a short !-ength of -oray-coloreC rsiroscldered to the negative. te,rrninal r with fragirnents of black pi-astic tape aclhering to the battery. fn addition, there are trao metaL eomponents from a rnc-ehanical clock; one length of green-coLored plasticcoated wira ccnnacted with twisted enils; one short length of gray plastic-coated 'ozirei ona short lenqth of green-colored plast-ic r,rire conneeted vrit-h trvisted and soldered ends i one length of yeJ-low-ccLorecl ol-astic coated r.rire; four pieces of plastic-type naterial; anC one bag of clock parts. These items trere inventori ec1 by the CPD unda-r Prcperty l{unber 585785. Bag 3 - contains misceLlaneous clothing including boots, jacket, pants, socks, underwea.r of the victirr'
ancl Arson

star

ltrumber

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chicago Police

Vincent Leone- This itam r,ras inventoried under


Nurnber 597885L.

CPD

lnvestieatton

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Chicaqo, Illinois

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2sd-l signed receipts for the above listed ltem.s. 'The items U-sted. above will ba fonqarded to the Federal Bureau of fnvestigation Laboratory for further analysis, .?nd r*iLl then be returnad to the Chicago Of fice of the FBf to be retained for eviclentiary purposes.

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Dote of lronscriplion

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Technician, Bornb and Arson Unit, ChicagoPo1iceDepartnent,L!21.SouthState'provid.ed' wri1g1_r'rith four packages of photos depicting crirne scenes at 10052 south Avbnue N on Jahuary 4,1':)80,-jia-E5ri ltoi{trLincolnr or1 January S, 1980, .in Chicigo, i11inois. rr Tire four packages of pirotos coniained a total of 20 individual-scenesst' B" color including iwo'phoios-;1i-t[e-deceased, liincent Leone, who tras kilLed lue to'the explosion at the Lincoln Avenue addr6ss. These photographs will be graphs wil retained for evidentiary purposes by the cliicalo FBr.

7/18/80
lnterviewed on

Chicago, Illinois

File #

1,74-19t7

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by

sA
Dole dictofed

u18/8a

your agency;

This documenl

it

conLains. neither recomruendations nor conclusions

and

its contents are nol to

be distributed outside your

of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and is loaned to

lc
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, the Continental Club'Lounge] , Chicago, I11inois, was interviewed. by representatives of the FBI and furnished the followine informaiion:
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On January

1980

co-owner of

of January 4,1980, and that they closed at 4:00 AM on January 5, 1980. stated that he stayed and cleaned up until- 8:00 AM. related that as far as he knols, no one rvent out the he lounge during the evening of January 4-5, 1980. y and Sunday to clean up and the garbage is taken out back at that time. said that he has orvned the loun aI rvith and
ounge are keDt locked at all times. related that he has never received any type of threat against hin or the lounge. Eea-

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-iat Yusoslav Consulate performing at the lounge.

Dersonnel

visit the lounse

and tirat

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Chicago, Illinois

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lt
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INVESTIGATION

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on January S, 1gg0. the

r eueI.a] bulleau _--y 95e1osion of a Clevl-Ce at L^y+eD.t.t'lrt c>{ !-he the the_C1ub Continental, SS17 No:r,th 517 No:rth

who

Agents (SAs)

identified

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stated he is one of . The othqrs are

and

sof

-.xp ;; u orou 1o festaurant. Although;-h;; b e en . we::e quitesioa-;;; tne tn"-o.t-iIs sketchv. |orrr'cef s firsr-:_rrpr.Essior, or*= that --, nearbv had been the_tar.g.t. _"il_Fstate inlunance r-___t Flabonated he

who i nf orme-d-ffi-th

6;30'p.m..+=:i=i:'.i:l"i|il"i;.'l3ii?Igi'ry5":.-:
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lll.|rli";:"".*i::"" . the " 'ecip:-rerEF destnucti";-;i;-Juning the past I3il;"u.i"i@t::^:::*1:":^G;pi.9-i"o,,-o,iJ-ji."+iioi;,-"*"o,,"-i;i''i;1f, ";",,!#'iiTnl"":t:rii:f; fi 1".. I r' a Hacedonian, advised he iraa no knovrledge that 'id:qo--osion the
Deen

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nad anti-yugo=r." overtones and had been the target of some o::ganizai:."". Inerihg nestaunant funthen stated the victin of t:-r" ri""t was not known to him.

radrnitted that the rnedia had publicize.d theCrcati-ant'to.'re';;;-""Itr.'-tthisi,.,"ia",,t-wasPoSsib1y to recent Jslelqdelabo'ated acts or vi.oi";;;-";;iiutea- to this sroup. that the otheo and that the club is tpi+;Iii";ii;- o*'.o"--,n. also Macedonians ioi.r,t.ted towand stated ihe ententainment focuses on many nationalities. I::::::"*:"*g1.T:l:,'fJ
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lnrerviewed

on-. 1 /'1,4 / 8O o^-

"t--Skohie-rllJ-i+e*s-File

# Chieago 'l 7h-"i c' -

1.. ov

Do,rdr.,o,"d l/17/80

Ihis document contoins ner'lher recommendolions nor conclusions of lho FBt. h is the proporly of lhe Fgl ond ls looned to ,:ll .ond ils contenls ore nol lo be distributed outsido your q9ency,

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stated, with nesPect to t@hat agroupofCroJati;;-;;;;"i"i""""ileadeduv|.Tl.necent1y played at the ;i6; but that no pnoblems had r:esulted fnom :f; this booking.

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tronscrlprronW

Skokie, eo Dy ljDeclaL Agen f-l .Fede:r'a1 Bu:reau of tnvistigation (rdr), Ehica-E6; n_ega::ding the recovery of clock -asing in an -a11ey 5t the :eean of the 5500 bl_ock No:rth -Linco1n, east sihe,

Chicago, Ill-inois.

app::oximatel

0ne nound

inside.

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clock casing, gold


diame
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coJ.o:recl , measurlng

enbly

who ope::ates a cumstances su:rnounding

his establffi-ent lv Jknor,rn

advised this itenn

not

to [-1.

at that location. The einthe location of this item were

1 Inlerviewed oD- 4/
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, Chieaso. Illinois
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Ihis document contoins neither recomnrendolions nor conclusions ol lhe FBl, lt rs theproperlyol the il ond ils conlenls ora nol to b distributed oulside your qgncy. ,2

FBI ond ls looned

lo your ogcncy;

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OF

INVESTIGATION

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Oole ol lronscriplion

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) l-l ents l-whO l-der who i<i ennr- r eo E6-s e-i-v e s =-.1 (FBr) neganding 5ffior tneffinvestigation the explosion of a d,evice at the l?ea? of the Club Continental t 5517 I'fest Lineoln Avenue, Chieago, Illinois, on ,Janua:ry 5'

1980. .

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Club Contii6E

indicated

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and

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Z:c0 p.m. on uarruary 5r rJo;--zi.o-"a ;on; ar approxtr]-E --or-{rt" uusii:esi had exploded at the rear he had v:ondered why the device had been Plaeed in the area and was not aware of anY th:reats against the establishment''

indicated he was notified

l-l

he''dessnibd-'fa neal- estate insunance firm, had sustained acts of a nralicious natune duning the past yean. Acco::ding namedl to F t who nesides above the acts of a:r'son and busffirtedlf-ffiovened vandalisia at tirit ltcationat restaqrant -involving patnons which r^rould result in instated thd.t if ictin! danage to the bi:siness. f'the expLosion rvas not lcrror,realsohinr pensonally to the vi ctin of nor to his partners.

Interviewed

1/14/s0

or

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t/t1 / B0
this do<umenl conloins neilher recommndoligns nol conclusions of lhe' FBl. It is the properly of lhe
FBI ond is looned

lo your ogenct,

il ond ils conlenls ore nol

lo be di:'ribvted

oulsidc YOUr OAenY. '

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io

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oPmaTLon unr-cago, Ll__Ll-no s, was intenviewed r:egan ng any she mav be able p::ovide concenning air explosion which took Place tehind the Continental Club on Janua:ry 5, 1980

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0n Satunday, JanuarY 5, 1980 at approxirnately 12:00 noonrshe was sitting in the office of the Gondon Plunbing Comoany located at 5507 No::th Lincoln Avenue. She had hea::d a lange explosion and went out the back of the plunbing office into the a1Iey to investigate. Upon neaching the alley, she sanv what appeaned to be an eldenly pe:rson coveued by a pink blanket. At fi:rst she thought theit it was hen mother and she became ext:nemely upset. 'Upon closen examination she detenmined that it was not hen mothen, but a white male who had been covened up r+ith a blanket aften appanently being injuned in

the explosion.

She had not seen this man befone, but did notice that there was a van pa:rked close by in the a11ey. She stated . she had not seen the van in the al1ey befpne, but had heard fnom other.s who we::e gathened at the seene that the person who was lying on the g:round was the ownen of the van an<l that dnive:'s fr.om the Dv Dee-hlash Diapen Se:rvice located on llonth Lincoln Avenue had been talking to the dniven of the van just pnion to the explosion. She continued that aften seeing that the inju::ed person was not hen mothen she began wal-king back to the rear entnanee of the plurnbing stone. She was sti11 in a somewhat dazed cond'liien when she turned anound to look again at the scene. A woman, whorn she cannot nememben non does she believe she could identifrr, walked up to he:r and Save hen a wad of bil1s vrhich were bl-oodsoaked. The woman told her that this She was f::om the injured man and that she should have it. stated that she does not know who this woman elasr but she took the money anci then immediately tunned it oven to an officen of the Chicago Poliee Deoa::tment who was on the scene. She stated that she did not count the money, but the ltas aPPeared to contain ones, tens, and twenty-doIIar bi11s.

Investlgatlon on

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Chicago, Il-linois
JAK/dnz
Date dictated

Chicago 174-1917 L/e/80

Thii document contains neither recommendotiong nor concluslon5 of the FBt. lt it and its contents are not to be di5trlbuted outsrde your agency.

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of the FBI and

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She stated that she pa:nks hen can in the garage located behind her nesidence at 5519 Nonth Lincoln Avenue and that she does not know if anybody permanently pa:rks in the a1ley located behind he:r r"esidenee.
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concluded by stating that hen nesidence j-acent to the Continental .Club and that she and he:r husband have frequented it on a numben of occasions. Thene has been no real tnouble at the cLub, but she did state that aponoximately one year ago thene was a fi::e .which was appanently the woz.k of an ansonist on the stainwell of

is locate

thein apantment house. She does not know if the fine the latest bonbing incident ane nelatedo '

and

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0n .Tanuary 7 l-980. the foll-owing individual-s were contacted by SA and concenning *r)y infonmation that they may have been able to pnovide about a bombing which took plaee onJanua:ry 5, l-980 in the p:roxinity of the Continental Club located on Nonth

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Lcago,

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None of the above-named individuals wene able to pnovide any positive information r.eganding the afonementioned

incident.

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0n January 7 , 1980, the following persons lrere contacted at the SIICI lrtefe unable t,o Drov]. e any pos ormatlon regarding this matter:

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Agent, furnished the following info:mation:

after beirE
eras

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At about noon on Saturday, January 5, 198n, at his resldence ldrich is located at the south end of the al1ev which runs baralLel r,rich and between Lincoln Avenui and Maplerqobd Avenue in the 5500 block q,rrecEron or EilTrev. ran ouE anq Enere qrere aireatiy several oeopie gaEEidaround a Eran iying in the al1ey who ruas obviously seriously-Lnjured. The other oeopl-e were just standing. around. and l-ll who is emoLoyed as a nursing assistant at Evan.ston Hospital,' tried to help the man and went to him. The man was stii-L conscious and said something about how cold he.was,"but said nothing about what had haoperied. Sorneone brought a blanket to cover the man and after a fer.r minr-rtes, police and firemen'arrived. did not observe anyone.in the alley area prior to the exol-osion nor did he know the man who had been injured. l-l'a<iviseci he has never noticed anyone loitering or searching through trash.in the aL1ey.
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at his place of empl-oyrnent, Dy Dee llash , 5527 North Maplevrood Avenue, where he is emDloyed. After being advised of the icientity of the inte:lriewing Agbnt.
foLlows:

Chieago, Illinois,

At about noon on Saturday, January 5, 1980, E r"" workl-ng inside the building at 5527 I'Iorth l"Iapler.rood Avenue, when he heard a loud blast outside. He opened the back door of the building and looked out. He sa\r a bLack van sitting across the al1ey against a garaqe'rrith the motor running and also sa\r a man

!vingonthe.groiindfurthersouthinthea1r5y.Bythetime looked out, theie were severaL other oeople in the alley standing around the scene'. He recal-led somebody said they.should shut off the enqine of the black van, but nobody rEanted to get in the van, although somebody eventuallv did turn off the engine after a few minutes. standing around in the a11ev at first, but assumed they r.7ere from the aDartfnents across the al-1ey.

the ground and as far as he knew, never

saw him before.

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lolned to your sgencvi

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'rt'-1:
Oato ot transcrlptlon

uelTe

97as

inte ldentity of the intenriewi.ns Agent foliows:

rEhen she

heard an exnlosioa which k-nocked the windows out of looked out the back r.rindor,r and savr a nan lvinq in tho a gate leading

At about noon on Saturday, January 5, L980, she was in the kitchen of her daughter's apartment ht the above address
the back of the aoartment.

and as she neared the a1ley someone caTEi-Fto get a blanket or something to cover the lnan got a blanket which she toolc down to the alLey and someone out

frJmin"i=b;"[""?a-i"i"-tt'"-"ir":'.-EtttJi-rventout
man.

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it over the

hearinq the explosion and did not recognize the ly ing - i-n-the a.l I ev .

man who was

Inverttg!ilon on

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Chicago, Tllinois

Chicago

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is the property

ot the F8lnd li loaned to youragency;

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, Sehaurnbure, Illinois, 'vras interviewed at is olace of ernployment, f)'7 Dee l,Iash, 5527 North lulanleroood Avenue, rvhere he is emoloved as a tnrck
Agent

driver.

After beinq arlvised of the identity of the intervie'..ring

At about noon on Saturrlay, Januarv 5, 1-c)80 \^'asmovingoneofthecomDanv'svantrucksfromtheedEm oarking lot on the sorrth side of the builCins; the entrance to rrhich is iust off Lincoln Avenue on Manle'.'rood. To zet to this '- par1ting1ot,|TdrovetheDyT-teeI,?ashvanoutthebac]''.-of around the huilding -fi-rc an-l.lev to go north up the al1ev th.en the buildinsr the brrilclinsr to the oarkine 1ot on the so'.rth side of the huiLcline. the huiLd the so'.rth side As|-lIq.asDroceed'ingnorthuDthea].1ey,ab1ac.!svanI'aS enterinq the al-lev in a southbound direction. A.s there r.ras not tostosandhackuotoa1l.orvG9arthea11evhefore the hl-ack van coulr{ enter. .{E; cleared, the allev, hettirn.e-d-.1efron.\1ao1errroor].flndthffiL1eftagainintothe conDanY's rrarkinq lot. As soon as I lnarl.,ed- th.e van .anC \.'as curninq of= che iqn:-tior., he hearc frofiasc r.r.rich he iniciaiiy through.t cane rro:'r his oir'n truclc, so that he .eot orrt and l-ooked. under it. into the allev, r.rhich is seDarated fron t\e oarl;ine I.ot onlv bv a chain linl< fence anci sar.'the blacl< van \trhich had just entere<l the allev as he Left, aqainst a.qaraqe on Ehe east side of the al-1ev and also sa\u a nan lyins in the al-ley aborrt 30 or &0 feet south of the van. driver ot the blaci.c van it lrackecl uo to let him orrt of the al1ey and had no idea if '.zhen anvone el se he.sides a driver r.7as in the -t-t-rl van, nor did he recosnize the driver of the 'ran. estinal:erl that no Ttore tlr.an one to one and a nall: ED-nutes couj-ct have elapsed betl.teen the tine the black van entered the al1ey and l-l heard the blast.
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tho proDerty ot the FBI and is lolned to your agencyi

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FD302 (Rev. 11-27-70)

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BUREAU

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OF

INVESTIGATIOI.I

Dote oI tronscription

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On JanuarY

18,

1980
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of the FBI and provided the following inforrnation: the day that Vincent D. Leone died' looked in the back of Leonets van January 5 ,-1980, shortly after the bomb expLoded and sarv a child's plastic pool fi11ed with salt.
Lounge usu?Fr+ould rvork at the' lounge on Satur9ll^*og-, 1P8011---l -b.o:ae-ier, on the day of the bombing;'. Janu3ry^S,

said fris l-lobserved the janitor carry bo*bing. "l-l the garbage out the back of t-hetounge to the garbage bin. -thu reLated that a resident of the building at the south-corner of the a1ley had recentlaQund a silver
money

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Leonets

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This documen! contains nerther recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the properiv of the FBI and is loaned to FSI,/ DOJ
your agency;

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and its contents ere not io be distributed outside your agency.

FD302 (Rev.

11-2?-70)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Dote

of tronscripiion

2/4/80

On January 31, 1980, Chicago, fllinois, telephone intervier\'ed by representatives of the FBI and furnished the

follorsing information:

advised that he is employed for the John Gi11en Comnany and r.,'orks Comoany r{!rkE__pgr:E-_tine as a janitor for the Continental CluL Lounse said that he ivorks at the Continental Club f or Tr-rrTTTFree hours every Saturday. wo or Tffie Saturday, usually beginning at noon or so, and for about three hours about every Sunday, usually beginning at 9, 10 or 11:00 AM.

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arrivedar-Itr-eContinenta1C1ubaroundl?:10pt'tandparked in front. He said that people standing in front of the lounge to_1d him_about -the bqnrbing. related that he entered the front door of the"loui@a-iffi1ked through the

that he observed several people standing with hi.s later he emptied. the garbage into the large bin located behind the back of the lounge. related that about a rveek after the exprlos ion , the olrner of the building at the southern end of the a11ey aDDroached hirn and save hin the comrronents of a clock that' thb'orvner said ne nacl lound ].n tne atl-ey took the clock and left it in the office of the lounge. advised that he had no idea rr'ho rvould want to bom e l-ounge and was not ar\'are d any problens that the lounge had experienced.

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0n January 11, 1980, a search of Chicago indices conducted for Vincent D. Leone, 6314 North Fairfield, with ne'gative results.

was

following Illinois
cerning Leone:
Nane

On January 14,1980, a check

license

and

with LEADS disclosed the motor vehicle infornation conVincent D. Leone 63L4 North Fairfield
Ir{ay 3, 1915 Male Avenue

Sex Height lVei ght Hair Eyes Stops/restrictions Drivers. .-_-Veh-ic.le license #

Date of birth

Residence

5'10" LsI

Grey
Brorvn None

L500-8641-5L27 lg74 Ford Van #693-028

0n January 14,19.80, records of Trans Union Credit Infornation Cornpany, 444 North I{ichigan, Chicago, reflected' one Vincent Leone had been in file since 1953. 0n January 18, 1980, records of the Cook County Sheriffts Departnent, Chicago, regarding Vincent Leone were caused to be searched rvith negative results. On January 18, 1980, records of the Chicago Police Department rvere caused to be searched on Leone with negative

results.

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0n January zl, 1980, E*"t interviewed by representatives of the FBI and furnished the following information:

of Vincent D. | onerate Vinniers Used Vtnniers t = Lawrence. I Istated y enenies antf-lwas not able ab 1e to think of anyone who would want to harn Vincent Leone.
Leone and--elped

his deceasedf

the

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mETchandise.

L/ 2L/ 80
lnterviewed
on

Chicago, Illinois
BDB/neb
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File #

Chicago 174-1917

r/24/80
Dote di ctofed

by

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your agency;

ii

and

its contents

are noL to be distribuled outside your

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Ferloor

FD302 (Rev.

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INYESTIGATION
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0n January 23, 1980 6314 North Fairfield, Chicago, Il1inois, riffi:E6-iill6ed by representa-

tives of the FBI

and

furnished the follorving information:

that on January 5, 1980, she Vincent D. Leone, at 11:00 AIl. Vincent ca11ed her frorn a phone booth and said he was going to stop to eet a bite to eat and then he was eoine to return to the'40th'-lvard building to relieve another iimplSyee at 12:00 or L2:!5 Pl'{ spreading salt that morning and rvas using their van to do it.
ad.vised

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as
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InlerviewSfiE

L/2s/80

Chicago, Illinois
BDB/nreb

F.rttricago 174-1917
L/ 24/ 80
Dote dictoted

and
by

your agelcy;

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document contains neither recommendaLions nor conclusions of the FBI. it and its contents are not to bc distributed outside your ugency.

It.is

the property of the FBI and is lonned to

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FD-302 (REV.3-8-77)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

-1oate of transcrt

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2/6/90

Illinois, Federal Bureau of fnvestigation (FBI), the follorviag iaformation:

Chica
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ot the 40th vrard on ,January 5, 1980. He indicated. Vincent Leone , 63!4 North Fairfield, Chicago, !,,,as assigmed to the 40th ward. on that date. Leone was worki.:ng out of his personal vehicle, a van, checking various streets for salt spreading.
ward office would verify Leone had signed, in on the loq and rsas on dutv.

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., Chicago, Illinois
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Chicacro I7 4-L9L7

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FD-302 (REV- 3.8-77)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

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thig-g", iras assigned to his rrard. According to his daily attendance record,, Leone signed in at bzoo hours a3$_lras sig::ed. out at 1530 hours due to an injury sustained, while on d.uty during the tlay. Daily Time report dated January 5, 1980, for the aoth refleeting the above.
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in or

couLd provide no inforrnation regarding the bombing the e Continental C1ub, 5511 North Lincoln, Chicago, the attempt.ed bombing in the vicinity of the Golden She11, 1.0052 South Avenue "N", Chicago,. Illinois.

nvestigat lon on

t/7/80

Chicaso. I1linois

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(SQUAD L1)
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March 2'6, 1980

From: Director,

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ne:UIISUBi B0tlBIl{ AT -GOLDEI{_.SII0ERESTAURAITT 10052 SOUTi{ HI;ti'rAUIrAItrf r.0052 g0UTH AVE, llr CHICAGO, ILt. i CHIeAGo, /1

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Reference:
Exarninarion Remarks:

Chicago Lettene dated Januany


Fl.ngerpri.nt

L5

19 80

requesred: Ip*::iy:" TooLrirarks

Anaryss

- Metallu:rgy -

exarningre.'

Exaroinations lrere condueted by the f,oLlowLng

Unit
FineanraE

TooLuarks Unit

Avenue

Your referenced Letter dated 'Januany 15, 1980, dascr"ibed subuitted itene f,rom two separate bonblnge, This :rcpont wilL cover only thoge itemg which werne recovered at the Golden Show Restaunant, L0052 South

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a L,E'.t 'i iti'' (28) (Z Lab neport, 26 photognaphs) Tl c:----:: :: t9 n t - IIew RochelLe (L74-2420) EncLosunes ('1fl (2 Lab nepont, --r ='2 7 ltkT photogsaphs) (2 t -L reportt 1 m ^ - rr--- u--l- (1,71+-29+6) F--1^-.--^-r?/'t,E,'t E 2 llew Yo:rk t!nrr hArr.!\ Enelosuresr,(*5') l6 tab -^---g t' !3 Photognaphs ) tr ."l H 12 tos Ange3-es Enelosunes &dtt, (? tab nepontr 14 photograPhs) ' ' I
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llonth, Ch{.eago; IJ-lLnois, fhe iteng ::esovened at the Club ContLnental,, 56LS Nonth Lincoln Avenue, Chieago, Illinois, wil-l be the subject of a eubeequent Laboratony nepont. Additionally, conpa!'ison examin+tions belrseen these trco boubings and other CRO!'IUR and CR0BU1( cases wiLl. be neponted in that same aubsequent tabonflgrrr.ts *: ' r., nepont, / /* //v') / Enclosu:xes --------

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FBI FILE NO. LAB. NO.

Matrbh 2.6"' 1380

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R".UIISUB; B0MBING AT GOTDEN SHOW RESTAURAI,IT ].0 052 SOUT}T AVE. N. CHICACO,

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specimens received

Janua:ry 21, Lggo unden cov6t4 of Letten dated ,ranuary L5, 1980 (00L22004 s uB us vc Qr RU):
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lvlrtte plastie tape, aluninuur foil, blaok tapeo end of dSmarnite cantnidge (Youn iteu #1) Batteny (Yourp ttem #2) Wiresl tape, debnie (Youn iten #3)
Tapeo c3.ock (Youn

lten #5)
covetr

Specl.men received ,Januax.lf 280 1980, under ,-Tanuary 15, L980 (00teg0l7 S UB US)r
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of Letter

dated

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,Janua:ry
Qe

Eleetnic blaetLng eap (Your iten /14) Specinen receLved 'Jarruatry 25, L9801 unden cover of letten dated
150 1980 (t10L28076

UB US)r

Dynanite ear:rple (Youn itero #6)

ResuLt

of cxaminationl

GEIqP,:AL I$ro_RlIArrOH

The enclosed photognaphs pictonially deeenibe nany of the subnitted epeei.aenei therefone, oonpJ.ete venbal deec!.iptions sdlL not be made of eaah submitted item.

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PHOTOGRAPHS

. Encl,osed ane two sets of photographs, thinteen photogpaphs pen set, depicting the subnitted specinens in thie natter.
You
FINGERPRII{TS

will be sepa::ately advised consenning the reeuJ.te of the :requeeted latent f,Lngenpnint exaninatione.
q{PLosrLE pEvrcE

'(f .E.D,) in this case consJ.gted of a high exploeive !04in cha?ge wirapped with alumj.nun foil and white plastic taPe. A tiure delay fi:ring device consistLng gf a batteny, w5:ne, t5-rring nechani.sn and an eJ.eetric bLasting qap wa6 employed ln the f .E.D. The deviee r'las desig$ed to function when the tlming neehanisrn conpleted an el,ectnicaL cincuit betr+een the bittsrgr and the el,ectl:ic blasting caP. A detailed deecriPtion of the {ndj.viduaL coEponents of, the I'E.D' follows:
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Ehe hogremade bomb on i.srprovieed explosive devLce

Preeent in specLmene QI and Q9 ane nesidues of a natenial. rqhLch visualLy aPpeare to be dlmarnLte. fnstnr:nental exam:inations of specimens Ql and Q9 detennined forzau-Lations of ingnedients eonsistent with many dynamites ' Also pnesent in speci^rnen QJ. is the end of a dynagite ca:rtr"idge which measUreg appr-oxixateJ.y 2rt in dia:r,ete:r' The ca,trtridge wlappen is a nanila or buff colo:red PaPer. lio nanufactun-e:r could be detenrnined f:rom an exanTination of

the paper wrapper,

BlastinS-Qa!

Present ln specinen QB is an eleet:ric blaeting with an aLud:run shell and bLue and yel1ory 24 -g,?uge leg wi:ree. A thrce lLne r'ranning atatement printed in black ink reads i
cap
IIDAItrEER

EXPLOSIVE EXPLOgTF|l

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nlrt is stanrped on the botton of the cap. A spLit, clean :rubben pJ.ug is cninped th:ree tirnes in the end of the eheIl. Thts cap is like a |tCanadian Induetries ti.Edted (C.I.t.) #1 Period Long Dolay Electric Blasting Cap.[ Such a cap is a #8 stnength eap. Specinen QB blasting cap gtas a rtliverr or" functioning cap when neceived in the FBI taboratony. It r.ras inerted in the Explosives Unit.
The numeral Conlainen

black plastic eLeetrical tape wre then wrapped anound the white tape, Tint*e l'{egFanlet:I

Ae shosrn in encloeed photographsr tho dynanite in this l.E.D. appears to lrave been wnapped in aLuminura foil and then eovered wl,th a white plastic tape, approxi:nately 2r' wl.de. SEve:ral Lengthe of 3/4rt wldo

pa:rt of a rftINDXl{" Specirnen 'b:rand spr"ing dni.venQ4 oontains cJ.oek, marketed rnodeL alanrn CLock Mfg. Co.e Ino" ll0 Weet 24th Stneett by the Cuckoo iler+ York, llew YorR f0010. Altenatione to the cLock indieate a delay of lese than 12 hounso and if suf,ficient energy had been euppli.ed to the rnalnspningr &rrY eleetnicaL eircuit to whlch it rnay have been appnopniately conneeted" in seniee would have boen completed (elosed).
Aa shorvn in encloeed photopaphs i a lrire was to the back of the caee by eo].den and a seeond r+ir.e wae pLaced in a hole in the eleck cnystal,

aftached

Al.kallne Powercellr battery, IIEDA 1604 Ar nunben 52?' "AU ltt is stanped on the botton of the batteny, Two Lengths of eopiern wine are Boldened to the top terminals.
Wi.re

Pnesent

in

F*|tqrv. speciuen Q2 is an "EVEREADY 9*V0Ll

As shown J.n enoLosed photoS'raphe, epecLmen Qg contains nunerous wir:es erLth diffenent eolored insulatlon, Lengths of blue and yellow aingS.e-straqd tinned egppen 24 g**ge wir.e are present ln Bpeeinen Q3. this wi:re is f.ilce the leg wir"ee-attaehed to the epecimen QA C.I.L. electnic blaetlng cap. This tyPe of wire ie also pnesent
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on the specinen Q4 el-ock. Also present is a length of brovrh and white stniped 22 1tauge copper wine EoLdered to a length of orange and r.thite striped 22 gaug,e copper rsine. A length of o:range and black ttnlped 22 gau$e coppe? wi:ne is aLoo pnesent. Speci.nen Q4 cLock, Lj.kowise had a Length of bnown and bLack stniped 22 Eauge cotrrpen tzj.ne attached, A grey p3.aatic rrwire nuttt with the notation orr top of ITIDEAL 1181 18, 22rt was aLso located in the Q3 specLrnens.

llinee in epecinens Q2, Q3, Q4 and Q8 bean toolnarks of the type p:roduced by a tool on tooLe erapJ.oylng a plnching on shea:ring action. fhe toolr:iar']re in sorqe of tho wines firosl these apecincns bea:l ext:renely f.imited narks of possible value fon identification witn the tool on tooLs which cut then.
Taoe

?l4tt wide black pLastie el,ectrieaS. tape ie pnesent in specinens Qlo Q3 and Q4. llulenoue tape ends suitable fon end nateh eonpanisons azre pnoeent in these specinrens. Also pnesent ln speci.nen Q4 ane tr.lo pieces of bl"ack plastie tape, diffe:rent f:rorn the othe:re t uhich appea? to have on5.ginalIy been joined togethen to fo:rn a sf.ngLe pieae appnoxirnateLy 3. L/ 2n rvide.
ttruncrous pieees of 2tt wide white plastic tape have pnevioualy been nentioned in specinen QJ.. Some of these tape ends aneof value fo:r end nateh eonpa:risons.
DISPOSITIOII OF SPECI}IEI{S

The above Listed specinens Erill be ::etained tabonatony pending additional and Lnterconpalison examinationg.

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tetter
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dated ilanuagy 15, i.980

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- Fingerprint
L980

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Janqary 28t

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION UNITED STATES DEPARTN1ENT OF JUSTICE


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FBI FILE NO.
I

AT o"'10052 sourH AVE. N.

UNSUB'

BOMBTNG

LAB, NO.
YOUR NO.

00L?2004

GOLDEN SHOW RESTAURANT

F .&qF-vc

CHICAGO, EID

ILL.;

OO:

CHICAGO

Examineiion by:

Examination requested

by:

ChicagO

Reference:
Examinafion
Specimens

Letter

d.ated.

January 15,

1980

requesled: ExploSives - Microscopic Aaalyses


2L

- Fi.ngerprint

received: January

l- 9 8 0

Specimens:

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Q2

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plastic b"g, aLr::ni-nun foi1, black tape, end of dynarni te. cartriige tYo.ur ieen #1) Battery (Your iteia *2) I^iires, tape, debri s (Your itern #3 ) Tape, clock (YOrrr itern'#5)

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OO:

CHICAGO

Examination requested by:


Reference:
Examin ation re que s',e &

Chicago

Airtel

d.ated .Tanuary

15,

19ti0

Explosives

Microscopic Analyses - Fingerprint


198 0

Specimens received:

January 29,

tsattery r metal fragmerits, vtire (Your e-"em #7)


Q6 Q7

Debris (Your item #8) Clothing (Your item #9)

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wAsHlllcToll, D. c. 20535

ro: sAe, chicago (174-1917) (SQUAD LL)


F.m:

Apr!.l 31 1980
L7A_ASSA

Fsl T{EiIBO:.1 - EID OO: Chicago


Direcro.,

Re:

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ri" ' L/s/ao'
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Reference:

ilatCd, ,fanUaf:r 15, L980

3xareiasionrequested: ExplOSiVeg -ld.CrOgqOplC-analy6gg - l.lngerpflnQ Helal-lurgy - fnstn$ental AnaLyaes - TooLrrark


Renaike:

,,..j^l

ExamLnations grere conclusteil by

I -captioned

lUniLr
You shou].d.
ni'iEtlBotrl

f'Irearms-Too

nE-StA$nAutr.n

refer to Laboratory report datect 3/26/8A GOITDEII SEOII - EID OOt Clrica,gOl-trllsUBl EO:IBXNG OF1980 describecl Your referenoed let'ter dated ,Ianuary 15r

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rcgcrt '.'till d,eal r'rith sone of, the itens recovoretl at captioned borbing. Shis is a partial report dcaling vrltle only so:ae of the reluested, *raninations. A subsequent report, wil1. folLos dealing -.sith tlre rc:ainiag requested o:raninatLons anrl, conparisons rvittr
'CIO::UR," bo;rbings.

Page 2 001290?1 S gB US YC

Q-1? RU

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REPORT

of the

Y.-\?try
-l-BUREAU OF II{VESTIGATIOII FEDERAL .eLABORa'TORT

wAsHlllcToll, D.
Io:

C. 20533

AprLl 3,

1980

sac, Chieago (1?4-191?t


NEI{BOFI

(SOUAD 11)
FBI FTLE NO.

1?4-8554 / i| , 00L3902L VC QT

EID

LAB. NO.

dusus
RU

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D^. miSUBi BOlltBIirIG AT rw' cr,uB coNTTNEN[l\Tr

5515 liORTiI tXlICOtr'S A!'IE' CHICAGO' IIJ. , L/*/BOI EID

Soecimens received

January 29r

1980

Q5

Batteryp metal fragnenlsr ltLre


(Your

iten

*7)

Q6

Dbrig (Your ltem *8)

Q?

-ffi
Regult, of, sxanLnationi
cFr,{qR3rr +gtpRltArr-o.
1{

ts lraboratory r9ryI!-!\1"1--?:126180r refer nm{suBr BoIIBING oF @)ITFEN Sl{O:? captLoned "N8t;6[-: EiD;i IL1I?'TOIS'" RESBAURAI{T, 10052 SOUTit A\rEI'TriE N6nrR, CRICAGO' tn this matter" for tfie reult;'og-pit"fous exarntnatLong and O7' Tboge specfuren. wetl destgna$a gi tyttough Q4 and QB
You should
Pnoqoc4FpEf,

Fer sot'

Enclogecl are t*ro sets of photographg; four photographs dePicting sona of Ltre subirrt ttedl specltnens I

(over)

/
I I

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p
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T-:\Ptr

of blaclr plastJ.c el.ectrical tapel approrj-nately l" in wtdth lfere pracent on ellCeitnsn n5. So:ae cf- the tape enls are of possible enC r$atch value.
severaL frafFlents
iIISCEI&F\!{EOUS

Addttional exeurinations are bo:lnE conducted, on the debris arr.f Q7 cLothing. Y-ou rvLl1 be advieed of these reQS sultE at a later ,3ate. Acldltionallit, SLnce nO rnain eharge resiCue has been located on tlr* subnitted itensr additional

ayartiratLons will be qon{:lucte,.l ln an effort to effect an iden-

Lificalion.

DISI'OSITIO:I OF SPECII.IEIIg

The subnittedl specJ.nens wLLl be rotainedl in the L.boratory pendLnq additional and corrparlson exarninations.

?age

0012302L S TJB US VC O;r

P.U

FrrrctrRP*F,rlgls-

of thc requested, latent flngerprint

You rli11 bc separe,tely advLee.c3 soncerning

exaninatiens.

the rcsults

trxp',csllrE DSVICE

the honenacle bomb or inprovisocl explorivo dovice (I.l.D.) in this caee consiste'* of at least an e:qrS.osive charge an'l a tine <lelay firing circuLt vLth a batteryr 'rrlre and, possibly an eloetric blasting cap.
TrlIr{C
I,lECH?UIrgtt

drJ-ver traval Genoral ?inre.


BATTERY

speoinen Q5 contains portions of, a ntodol 42014 springalam cloc}, nanufacturocl by l?estclox, Div. of

Prcsant irt spec{men Q5 Ls an FXffiREADV 9-VOLT IALKALI}'TE POiIER CETJJ, ?{or 522 IIEDA 16041\. "UUl" is etanperl on tha botton of the battery. Both battory tel;rlrinals contain amounts of soldcr. A srneill lengttr of grey single strand copper virol outside dLa*reter approxLnately .O?5" Lg soldered, to the nogatirto terrainal" of the battery,
I?IFE

A length at 24 gauge tinned-copper singLe gtrand yello''r '.rire is present-l.n speciraen 05. InstrunentaL e:taminations or the yellorr insul.atlon fron this r.rire waB cottpared trith the yellotv and blue insulation of, spoelrncn QS tvire fron the nCanarlian Indus:trLes lrisriterl," blaSttng Cep fron tlfe "Go3.den ShO',r" bombing an'3 found to be si:itiLar. ALsa prasent !.n epeclsten QS are three picces of green single strand copper rrire and a piece of grey single stran4 eopper rrire, all '.rith a di.ameter of approxinately .025'. the ';lircs in specinen Q5 lack sufficient characteri.':tics to deternine the type of tool or tools rrhich nay have heen used' to cut then. Alsor- thc sires of specJ.racn Q5 lacl; nicroscopic rarl:s of value for identificattan Purposes.

Faqe 2 0012902I

(ovcr)

s uB ss vc

QF nE

Washington, D.

C.

20537

REPORT
of the

I.ATEIIT FII{GERPRINT SICTIOil

|DEltTrFICATloil Dlvlsloll
YOUR FILE NO. FBI FILE NO. LATENT C'ASE NO.

L74-L$L7
1?4-8554 n-tlr.gL4

(SQUAD

Ll) (P)

I'lal/

l3r

1980

\
R-

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N
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RE:

tTrrrrl"''l

'

].0052 SOUTII AVSNT'E NORIE ctITCaGO, rLr.rNOrS


EID

, - ii AT cor,DEtt sxEfrtnnssAuRANs
\ij" \*

N
t+l

L/4/8a

REFERENCE: E)GMINATION REQUESTED

$retter L/Ls/Bo Y/[ BY: GTiCAgO SPECIMENS: el,r whito plastic tape, alumlnuna fot1, ond of clynarnlte cartridge and pioces of black tapat your ltan *l QZ t hattrYr your ltorr *2 Qlr v{rosr-pj.Aceg of blacP- tape and debris, your xten *3 A4; clocf;, ancl P$.ecss of blach tdp3r n'Our Iten 'S5 QB' blastlng cerp anrl pleae of, bLacl: tapct your lte$ it4 Q5' batta'iyr $r-1ta]. f,ragrneatst wlre anrl piee.)s of, bl"ach tape, Your Xtera *7
No Latent printg of vaLuo uore Present, or clevel,oped on the LLstecl specinonsr.,Qle Q2r Q3, Q4r an<I Q8_were g-ubmttted ln connectlon lfitb'.r'dhb eaptionecl case and, QS $as gubnittecl in connection with the bo:bing at Club ContLncntaL, 5515 llorth [inco].n Avetrucr ChJ.cagor,-IJ.linoLsr on I/5/80, our (Contlnrred on ncv.t latcnt case ilE-929L5. .

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SACr ChJ.cago

l,lay L3, 1980

results of tiro labqratory of a separate rei:ort.

The clLspositLon

of all

ezamicr,atione

subrilittecl iterns ancl tlre are the subjects

Page 2 &C #9-82914

r-

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'f'
RICORDED

-i '-i

t/30/80
*

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION UNITED STATES DEPARTil{ENT OF JUSTICE


Loborotory Work Sheet

'nm ! 9ttt

lms Recorded'. 5/ 6/80 10:01 a .m. To: SAC, Ci{ICAGO LL74-L.9L7l (SQUAD 11) (P) NEWBOI,I-UNSUBT BOMBIIG/ *..AT GOLDEN SHfu\ESTAURANT -.-.IOO52 SOUTH AVE. N. CHICAGO, T,Lh., l-F-Eat, I

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No.

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rn{tB-8291y1.
Examination by:

CiIICAGO

Noted By:
f.xrnilslieirequestedby: Chicago

3eierence:
ir:oninerion

Letter d.ated Jannary 15 r


,ranuary

.19&0
I

requesred: Explosives - Microscopic Aaaly'Ses - Fincrerprint --

S;eci=ers

received:

2!, re''

ALL

specirnens:
Ql
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i$fgl1fi$ffif,3tlTIltt[B liiRtill i::; li-,{ulft$siil[D #u6i[tflfii"ff ffiFrt

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aluminum

{Nl@wg -UnrLF foil, '+r+'a'e-{c-t+E=

Battery (Your iterr #2) '/uJ Wires, ta*re, d.ebris (Your item #3) *041iir..,3:r9fr#'ia /Ln sa+te', clock (Yo,ur item'#5) t{t+)ct*ot t"!#tr (rfr-outa aruQ ^t et - q+ (ecll tN LFPsfei E"&a ,, ,fd\za/.&tt. O,@e /re- z;5;' ' . j .'_=.,., raf a;& l/*;."."2/, r,'c /..4 T.r'; /|,',.: ,i!-, i,) _/*i t!.;r.
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a r*r't Time

f-7

to
Date

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RECORDED

<1 .-

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bsrn *

!/3a/80

FEDERAL BUREAU OF iNVESTiGATION UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


Loborofory Work Sheet

Recorded; 5/6/80 10:00 a.m. 1ms ro: SAC, CHICAGO (L74-1917) (SQUAD 11) (P)
NEWBOIi-EE*
b6 FBr FrLE No. LAB.

EXTRA

Received
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09_13e02r

No.

^ *".CLUB CoNTINENTAL 5515 NORTH LTNCOLN AVE.

UNSUB; BOMBING AT

.s

YOUR NO.

'

cHrcAGo,

rL.,

L/5/8Ai

IgtB'-82915
Examination by:

OO:

IJ-Lu

CHICAGO

Exan:natioo requested by:


Reie;enee: Exe:ii:r aiioa re que sted:

Noted By: Chicago Airte1 dated Janua::y 15, l9ti0 Explosives - Microscopic Analyses - Fingerprint

Specircrs received:

January 29,

1980

,/Qs

(pAft v7u zuce) ouFb fragment{ viit. *f/)ete,et "diaet traE.,,aura 824 Battery' metal (Your item *7)

uo
Q7

Debris (Yo.ur iten #8) clothing (Your iten #9)

q, i,t/

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7-

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!/3a/80

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


Loborolory Ylork Sheet

Rece ived:5/6/80 l-ms rc: SAc' cHIcAGo (174-LgL7) (SQUAD 11) (P)
NEHBO}T-EEF

z 5/6/80 10:05 E.o.

b6
.

FBI FILE NO. LAB. NO.


YOUR NO.

rr /7f-f5t+ ;S
00128 077

UNSUB; BOMFING AT
R'e:

GOLDEN SII6bfT.ESTURANT

.S

uB

US

roo52 souig AVE. N. CHICAGOT ILL.i l-#-8o


EID

LctF'g-829_L4_
Examination by:

OO:

CHICAGO

Examinetion requeeLed by: Reference: Examination requested:


Specimene received:

Chicago

Noted By:
1980

Letter aitea Januagy'15, Explosives - f ingerprint


'January
28 t 1980

Specimen:

tQ8

Electric blasting
(Your item #4)

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i.'n

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BuREAu oF
Washington, D.

rlfvEsne$rs

C. 20537

REPORT
of the

IATEHT FINGERPRINT SECTION IDEHTI FICATIOI{ DIVISIOI{


YOUR

FiLE

NO.

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i.&

t'nantFtJ:ree latsnt fiogerprtrg$ and tvra Latent sf vcrLse rrere denelcpe*i aa iiii.r. thrcugh U12i, *e :atcnt, priats af velue sGrs d.eveltrp*d, e& .*11?ar* act the fiagexprLntu sgIH$ f'All5?3114r 9E _ g nugberrrd tiroug&. EEr who,=e &&{es appear tln
pal.* Friats
En

altacbed,

lire.

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E:rc, {6) tGoaei.$Btrd e esEB pagll 2 - C:icego (9-7973) fl - 1?{-191?l ? - t*crc accb,elle (9-?901) (l - l?{-e{e$t I - :is Iorts, (1as-?43! t") I - SroRm b096; i - Ea.o Frgn,citca (l83-tl*! I - BrooLlF-Sq+aEt ll?t-39{6$ ---- r- Li , . lt ,. , \\-:'' l ^ i. lr-''',v\ Note: Eufiles page.
listed on following
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?ire laterrt Fstrfl prfu*tg *rrE ncvt the psls pr{.sto of LeriiYi..6esl.s aunbared lr 3r I*r 16, 37r trSt },4s 42r {3' 17 , {9, 5S or 61ir srbear r}Glres ep!5esr rrtt ths atlte*bed lit$t,

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(17.4-.818e) .(f,7.4-834L):

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(I7.4-8soe.) (s.-64232).
(NEWBOM)

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March

o
SACr New Rochelle

5,

1980

prints are not available in our Id.entification Division fi les for Badurina or the other individ,uals whose named. appear orl'the'attached list. The latent prints were compared, with the comparable areas of the previously reported unidentified Latent prints in Bufi-le #L74-8189, latent case #8-65556, New York file #185-789 (P), San Francisco file *L85-212i. Bufile #9-64232, latent case #8i69088, New Rochelle file #9-7901;' Bufile #174-8509, latent case #B-81589; Brooklyn-Queens fil.e #L74-2946A, but no identification was effected. To ilat,er rro latent prints have been reported. in Bufile #L74-8341, .latent case #B-73949t New RocheLle file
PaIm *L74-2420 Specirnens submitted under Chicago Division case entitled, !'NEWBOMT' concerning the L-4-80' bombing at the Go1den Show Restaurant and the 1-5-80 bombing at the Club Continentalr 4re being handled. in the L,aboratory Division and'have not been rebeived, in our Lateht Fingerprint Section.

The specirnens are enclosed.

P3g.

LC #8-66275

T' X

7-72

Loborotory Tronsmiltolr Form ,

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I t}.ii :J f I' IC^q,T I UII AUTI{I !,I TY IT EAIVXD F EOI{: ATJTOILq.TIC DE,:LAg gIFICiTTIDI'I GUIDE

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Augilet ?9r 1980

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LABORArORT

FEDERAT BUREAU OF

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CI'.UE CONtrIIfEllTff.

i.efe:erce:
f,er.-<s'

Jflrtel

dated, JanUaly L51 1980

:rn'-E!io! requeeted: Exptr"osi.veE

Inst$ffnental Analyses - [oo].marks - I'ingerprint

- l4LcrosdoFic AriaLyses - l,letaLl.urgy -

followj-ng enaminetrs:

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lhis

reportecl. Addit{onally;
ca5rli,oned bcr.JeLngs and

be set fortlr. rnclosures (3) (3 Lab reportsl

other Crqatian related, bor&tng-E iti+S @, hF- ,/

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C. 20535

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3ID
FBI FILE NO.

August 29, 1980

nqSIIB; BOI'IBING AT GOLDEN SHETT., FESTAtrRANT, 10052 SOUTH A\m. N.


CEICAGO'

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captioned ;ltivmou-ErD" ; "IINSUB; BotdBrNe er Gor,pnw sHEtL 10052 SOUEp AVE111;E, Nr CHICA69, 1LLINOIS", and to-Laboratory AT ; Bo!'IBING ;;;;rt aatZa- aTileb t_iaptioned "slEwBol4-EID"' "UNSUB ILLINOIS, L/5/80' CIIICAGO, CEUB COMTINENTAL 55t5 NORTE LINCOLI'I AVE.' previously EiD,, , f,or'Jl"itipr!i"-ri"t-or "ou*itted specinens and' the reoorted result.s of Laboratory examinat,ions. BOMBTNG AT COIDEN SIIEtt rosrNBNT
one brown and white dog haLr and, a nunber of fibers of the QI tapet. This ha-ir various tlpes and coLors $ter; ieiovea fromrnlcroscoPe sLLdes for and tl,e fibers have been mounted on glass g:ssible future comparison purPoses,
BOMBTNG

you should refer

to taboratory report dated 3/26/80, --^-RESTAURANT,

AT CLUB CONTINENTAT'.

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Additional instrumental examinations of . specimens Q5 of identifiable explos!r'e


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soJ-cier froa sFecLnen g5 (cr"oB coi;rii;Et+Br'Il, EoIBIIIG 00129021) anri so1rr fron sf.csir,en 02 (CO&DIiI SIIELI.' nESXAUffi:tr EO;BIIiG 00122004) ucrc analyrcd by neutron actl.vat{.on analysis for tbcil ele;--e$ta1 cor:posl,{:ions,

The QZ ancl Q5 solder upeeirions eontain approsLrrateS.y 55s to 60t tin ancl have 'Lbe sar,:e general clc:,ental coqpositlon. 5or,-e'rcr, ni-nor co$Elogitional diffcrcnccs preelude a eloser associa?ion. lij^nor d.ifferenc<.ls in congnsitionr Lilie those aot,=d aj:ove' are not ttJtsoffton udthin a aingS,e rolL of coLder.

the compssltions of the solder fron Q2 and, Q5 differ gubstantially fron solilers prerriously e:ranincd in CnO::trR borb-

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or thc yellow lnsu1a'blon fron the 24 gauge l-iLro in epccSsen Q5 (CLUB CO:iEllItrtffAI') r,'as coErparerl r'rith 'cho ye3.J.or'r and b1u.r i-risul.ation of spccinen Q0 r+:ire fror* ttrc nCanadian Industries RGOLDEII
fiinitgcr" blasti.Bg caB f,ron the
found '!,o be si.nl.].ar.
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