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The Cabinet Cornrni.tte e on Lnbe r.nat.i.ona.I Narcotics Control was created' Sep~e:.nbbr 7) 1971" by the President to centralize hi~ attack on the international drug; traffic. ' ." The Cornrnrtt e e do e s not have a separate budget.

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Salary and administrative support for its small) full-tixne staff has been provided by the Executive Offi ce of the :Presid~nt. Other experis e s are being. charged to the constituent agencies and d~partments., .

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: The Bureau of Customs" BNDD, and AID /Office of Public Safety have provided support to date.

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The CIA should be prepared to' defray not more than fifteen thousand' " , dollars in overseas travel expelfses fo; 'Cabinet Co:r.runittee staff during the remainder of FY-197Z. ' Walter C. Minnick,,' fh e Cornrrritt.ees a Staff Coordinator, can be contacted for further details.

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1. This is in response to tha- referenced znezno rega.rding use of CIA funds to cover travel e~penSle~ ior the Whits House Cablnet Committee Staff for Fiscal Ye4.r 1973. J

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are authorized to obligated up to $15.0nO Cor the use .. of the White Hou$e Cabinet Committee Staff tor travel expenae s durlng FY 1973. Oblig:l.tion ~bould be r ecozded against the O/DDP allot.n1ent and trAvel order" issued aga.inst yO':lr own :ttppropria~e fan number~

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3. To the' e~tent that. jou t!.re unaotc. to <9.9orb this .requirement within your preoen~ allotment.. we will h4l.ve to arrange some reprog·ra:cnming l:lter in the year f.o ccve e ~his 1J.l';lbt:egeted item.

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MEMORANDUM FOR: Deputy Director for Management and Services SUBJECT

Contacts with Individuals Named in the Watergate Matter

1. I am addressing this to you instead of to the Director of Central Intelligence since I doubt that the information contained herein is of such signiftcance to warrant his interest and because it has been on record with the Agency since July 1972. However.. if you feel that the information is of such interest that it should be forwarded to the Director I shall put it in the proper format to do so.

2. My only contact with anyone named in connection with the Watergate and related matters was through] la former Agency employee now retired and living in Winterhaven, Florida. In December 19711 Icalled me from Florida and advised that he wanted to get in touch with Howard Hunt. He said that he did not have Hunts home phone number and that it was probably, unlisted but that since Hunt was a former employee, could I contact Hunt and ask him togivel la call. I had only met Hunt once about 10 years before but I agreed to relay the message. I called Howard Hunt at his home and told him that] did not have his home phone and requested he caUl ~ Mr. Hunt thanked me for . relaying the message and said that he woUld ca 11 This seemed of little consequence to me in December 1971 but in July 1972 lof the Office of Security contacted me in regard to the FBI investigation of the Watergate situation. At that time I Informed] lof the telephone call from ., . lin December 1971. Attached is a copy of a Memorandum for the .Record prepared by I [as.a result of our conversation.

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3. In the summer of 1972 I took my family to Disney World in Florida and took that occasion to drop in to seel· .~ Itold me in a private conversation that he had been interviewed ree or four times by the FBI in connection with the Watergate affair and he related to me his contact

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with Howard Hunt. On 19 July 1972 after my return from Florida I reported this conversation to the Director of Security and made it a Memorandum for the Record. This memorandum was sent to Mr. Colby and a copy of the memorandum is attached. 4. Other than knowing Mr. McCord through his employment with the Agency and meeti.ng Howard Hunt once in about 1959. I do not know nor have I had any contact with <.lily individual.s named or knowledge of related matters now receiving attention in the press.

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1. While on leave visiting Disney 'World in F'Io r ida, I dropped in to see Iwho lives in Winterhaven, Florida. c = J retired from the Agency about five years ago on disability due to a serious heart condition. He was with the Office of Security for about 20 years prior to his retirement.

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3. According to during the meeting with Mr. Hunt they discussed some, of the r equi r ernents of the' job. At that tirne they discussed a need for both a positive and a c ourrte r-aud io program and a need for a good security sy-stem both before and du r irig the Nation~l Conven~ion. c=Jindicated that he sincerely believed that the Republican Party did need a security officer and a good security' programmer but felt that he could not afford to accept the job even. though it was a very lucrative offer. Apparently, money was not a problem.

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MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD SUBJECT:

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1. Last week Special Agent Arnold Par harn of the FBI cop.ta c ted the Acting ,DD/OS. He a s ked whether or net the Subjects worked for-the Central Intelligence Agency. Pr-e viou s Iy, requests of this nature were followed up by the FBI with a.n interview of the subjects. 2. I briefed Mr. Colby who is the Agency's focal point on the "Wa te r-gat;e " case and'the Acting DD/S of, the FBI inquiry. Mr. Colby suggested that "we determine the extent of Lnvo lvcrne nt a nd indicated that we advise the Bur-eau of their employment. 3. 'When Agent Parham was again contacted and advised of the Subjects' employment with the Agency, he bdicated that the -Bureau does not wish to interview them.

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5. I called Mr. Kane both at his office and his residence . and learned that he is in F'Ior ida and will return to dUty on 17 July. I called Mr. Kane this morning to advise him of the inquiry. 6. Mr. Kane stated that he has no firm conclusion as to how the Bureau obtained "his name. He stated that he has seen Mr. Hunt' on only one occasion in 1959. At that time Hunt was the Chief of Station~ The m.eeting wa s occasioned

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MEMORANDUM FOR:

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Involvement in Sensitive Domestic Activities

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1. As chief of the~DDP Systems Group{prior to 1969, I was involved -=- ~ .:..<' .,. iI1 providing data processing suppqrt for the following sensitive projects: .:.

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MEMORANDUM FOR: Director of Central Intelligence

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Watergate /Ellsberg and Like Matters

1. No personal Irrvokverrierrr, direct or indirect to my knowledge on my part or my s taff, with the Watergate or Pentagon papers cas e s , with Young on security regulations or with classified releases to RAND. I was awar-e , many years back when in the DDI, that certain classified papers were released to RAND from the production . offices. One staff ~ember, while a member of the IC Staff, did have a RAND contact which he is elaborating on separately.

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3. One of my staff officersj in OCI was .the briefing officer for th~dAttorney General, bu can recall A nothing in his dealing with Mr. Mitchell whi ch would have any relevance to the current is sues. A couple other staff officers are reporting separately on some sensitive activities in which they were involved prior to coming to this staff.

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UNITED STATES INiELLIGENCE GOARD

TECHNICAL SURVEILLANCE COUNTERl\1EA~URES, COitHIITTEE

OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN

TSCC-D-386 8 May 1973,

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Director of Central Intelligence

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Support Furnished to .Elements of the Gov e rnrnerit Outside of the Intelligence Community

The Interagency Audio Surveillance Courrte r m ea su r-es Training Center (ITC) was established at the instigation of this Cornrni tte e and opened in late 1968 under the executive management of CIA. The need for such a school had been recognized by the National Security Council's Technical Subcorrrrnittee as far back as 1962 and was reernpba sfaed by the Security Committee of the USIB in their October 1964 report titled "Damage Assessment of the Technical Surveillance Penetration of the us Embassy, Moscow. JI Membership on the TSCC has been confined to agencies and departments who are represented on the USIB. F'ro.m time to tilne othe r elements of the Government have indicated their concern over the audio surveillance threat and asked for membership on the Committee. In all cases they have been turned down with the sugg e s tion that they take advantage of the TSCC's product either through liaison with the security organizations of the Cornrrrit tee l s members or by nominating students to attend the lTC. During CY -72 the following students were trained at the ITC: Central Intelligence Agency Defense Intelligence Agency Department of the Air Force Department of the Army Department of Justice (BNDD) Department of the Navy Department of State

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his election but. was' informed by the General Counsel on 6 May 1971 that this could not be done.

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MEMORANDUM FOR: Inspector General

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This document was produced in two ver.sions--one with the chapter on radical students in America (pages 25-39) which was sent only to the President, wa.it Rostow, and Cy Vance (former Deputy Secretary of Defense); the other version without the references to the American scene was disseminated ~o twenty people outside the Agency. This document without the material on the US was updated in February 1969 and copies were sent to the Vice President and Dr. Kissinger. A still more abbreviated edtt ion was sent to the Attorney General .in March 1969. 2.

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FOR THE RECORD Research Project on Robert Vesco

1. On 16 October 1972 Messrs. Ereckinridge andI in the course of a Survey, were briefed on activitie OJ: Glle Atlantic/Pacific Division of the Office of Economic Reoorts. One project cited was a query from the Director, apparently at the request of Secretary Shultz, to the effect, ""../ hat do we know about Vesco,," the man then running lOS. Two of OER's analysts were assigned to the project and; working through the Do~estic Contact Service, spent a day going over the files of the Securities and Exchange Commission. There apparently was some contact also with EUR Division of the Deputy Directorate for Plans and with the Office of Current Intelligence.

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WARNING This document contains classified information affecting the national security of the United States within the meaning of the espionage laws, US Code, Title 18, Sections 793, 794, and 798. The law prohibits its transmission or the revelation of its contents in any manner to. an unauthorized'person, as well as its use in any manner prejudicial to the safety or interest ot the United states or for the benefit of any foreign government to the .detrirnent of the United States.

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MEMORANDUM FOR: Director of Central Intelligence FROM

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1. This memorandum responds to your instruction to report any activities which might be cons ider-ed outside CIAt s legislative charter. 2. All Office and Staff chiefs in the Intelligence Directorate have reviewed the past and present activ.ities of their components. I have received responses from all of them, and none reported any activities related to either the Watergate affair or the break into the offices of Ellsberg's psychiatrist. Although contacts with three of the people allegedly implicated in these incidents were reported, these contacts were on matters other than the two improper activities:

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Col. White, Richard Lehman, and I talked to Hunt in late 1970 regarding his preparation of a recommendation in support of the Agency's nomination of R. Jack Smith for the National Civil Service League Award."

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3. In accordance with mytnstr-ucttons , several Offices reported domestic activities which might appear questionable to outsiders. Their responses are attached. Most of these activities are clearly within the Agency's charter. but there are a few which could be viewed as borderline.

DCS accepts information on possible foreign involvement in U$ dissident groups and on the narcotics trade when sour-ces refuse to deal with the FBI and BNDD directly.

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FBIS has on occasion supplied linguists to work directly for another agency. e. g .â&#x20AC;˘ to the FBI to translate Arabic in Washington. FBIS monitors radio press dispatches and reports covered by copyright. These are circulated. within the Gover-nment and stamped "Official Use Only" â&#x20AC;˘ . This has gone on for three decades without problems. FBIS has monitored and reported on foreign radio broadcasts of statements and speeches of US citizens such as those by US paws in Hanoi. "Jane Fonda. and Ramsey Clarke.

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To the best of my knowledge, DCS has not engaged in any activity outside the CIA charter or ,that could be construed as illegal. Some of the functions that we perform under HR 1-13f (i) of providing operational support within the US to all elements of CIA and to the USIB-member agencies, however, are perhaps borderline or could be construed as illegal if misinterpreted. For example:

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1. OCI provided current. intelligence briefings to John Mitchell as Attorney General~ With the approval of the DCI, this practice began in the pre~inaugural period in New York and continued until Mr. Mitchell's resignation as Attorney General; The OCI officer assigned to this duty had a daily appointment with Mr. Mitchell in his office at Justice; 2. The briefings provided were strictly on foreign intelligence, and were a legitimate service for CIA to . provide to an official advisor to the President. who sat on, among other bodies, the 40 Committee. It must be presumed, however, that our man's daily visits were known and speculated on elsewhere in JustiQe. The problem come s in the potential p.re s's treatment: "CIA Officer in Continuous Contact with Mitchell."

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1. OCI began following Caribb~an black radicalism in earnest in 1968. The emphasis of our analysis was on black nationalism as a political force ~ the Caribbean and as a threat to the security of the Caribbean states. Two DDI memoranda were produced on the subject: "Black Radicalism in the Caribbean" (6 August 1969), and "Black Radicalism in the Caribbean--Another Look ll (12 June 1970). In each a single paragraph was devoted to ties with the US black power movement; the discussion primarily concerned visits of Stokely Carmichael and .other US. black power activists to the Caribbean and other overt contacts. 2. In June 1970, Archer Bush of OCI was asked to write a memorandum with special attention to links between black radicalism in the Caribbean and advocates of black power in the US. The record'is.not'c1ear where this request originated, but i t came through channels from the DCI. The pape~ was to be treated as especially sensitive and was to include material provided by the Special Operations group of the CI Staff .. The CI Staff material was voluminous but did not provide meaningful evidence of important links between militant blacks in the US and the Caribbean. This, in fact, was one of the'conc1usions of the paper. The memorandum was produced in typescript form and given.to the DCI â&#x20AC;˘

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1. In late spri~g of 1968 Walt Rostow, then Special Assistant to the 'President for National Security, Affairs, tasked the DCI with undertaking a' survey of worldwide ,student dissidence. Confronted by ~mult at campuses like Columbia and mindful of the violence accompanying student outbursts at Berlin's Free University' and elsewhere, Rostow sought to learn whether youthful dissidence was interconnected: spawned by the same causes; financed and hence manipulated by forces or influences hostikto the interests of the US and its allies; or likely to corne under inimical sway to the detriment of US interests. . 2. The paper was p~~pared byl 10f OCI with the assistance of the CA and CI Staffs. -The DDI, D/OCI, and ~et with Rostowto elicit the reasons for his or cue FLesxueht's. concerns and to agree on the sources to be examined,'the research methods to be followed, etc.

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4. Because of the paucity of information on foreign student movements, it was necessary to focus,on SDS which . then monopolized the field of student action here and . abroad. , A second section. comprised 19 count.ry chapters--' ranging from Argentina to Yugos1avia--and stood by itself as a review of' foreign student dissidence. 5. Because, SDS was a'domestic organization, the full paper' 'Re's't:l'e'ss' You'th~ including the essay on worldwide dissent went only to nine readers. A copy may be in the Johnson Library. . 6. Following the 'pqper's favorable reception by the President. and Mr.' Rostow, the DCI briefed the NSC on student dissent. The sensitive version 'subsequently was updated and sent to the White House ,in February 1969. 7. The less sensitive text was disseminated in September 1968 and then updated and issued again in . March 1969 and August 1970.

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THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE KEPT IN COMMUNICATIONS INTElLIGENCE CHANNELS AT ALL TIMES . It is to be seen only by US personnel especially indoctrinated and authorized to receive COMMUNICATIONS INTELLIGENCE information; its security must be maintained in accordance with COMMUNICATIONS INTELLIGENCE REGULATIONS. No action is to be taken on any COMMUNICATIONS INTELLI~ GENCE which may be contained herein, regardless of the advantages to be gained, unless such action is first approved by the Director of Centr,al Intelligence.

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1. In late: 1967 OCI participated in the preparation of several short intelligence memoranda aealing with the . foreign connections of US organizations and activists·involved in-the anti-war movement. The main purpose of these reports, prepared at the request of the White House, was to determine whether any links existed between international Communist elements or foreign governmen~s and_the American peace movement. The conclusion reached was that there was some evidence ox ad hoc contacts between antiwar activists at home and abroad but no evidence of direction or formal coordination. 2. In October 1967 President Johnson expressed interest in this subject and ordered a high level interdepartmental survey. " In response to his personal request" to the DCI, Mr. Helms. asked the CI Staff to collect whatever information'was available through our own sources and through liaison with "the FBI and to pass i t to OCI, which was directed to prepare a memorandum from the DCI to" the President. 3; A book mess-age requirement was sent to all stations to report whatever information was- on· hand relevant to this subject. Although ·agent reports on Communist front operations overseas were-of some value, the prlmary source of information on the "activitieS of US activists--and that was quite limited--was sensitive -intercepts produced by NSA, which had been similarly tasked by the ·White House.

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1. This memorandum responds to the DDI's request for a listing of any questionable involvements in domestic affairs. I do not believe that CRS is doing anything that a reasonable man could construe as improper.

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4. The CIA Library has several informal snag files intended to aid the librarians in answering the kinds of questions that they .know they will get on a continuing basis. An appointments file is a collection of ' clippings on appointed federal officials: who holds what job when and what is his background? The extremist fil~s are a coll~ction of folders on a variety of organizations and a' few p~ople with intricate organizational links. Any sort of extremism is grist for these particular files., And a fe~ persons, e.g., Rap Brown and Eldridge Cleaver, have dossiers consisting almost exclusively of clippings from public media. These files are unclassified and consist mostly of clippings from the public press: U.S., foreign, underground, scholarly.

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1. In Dec. ,:ber 1~63, July 1969 and December 1970, SDB provided ba.sic countersabotage familiariza.:tion training for selected members of the Washington metropolitan area police departments. The traini?g vlas. given at the Fairfax County, police pistol and rifle range. Authorization for the trainj,ng carne from mjp and Ch:tf~f, Office of Secur-i·ty.

2 •. o~ occasion dpring the 'past few years, under the auspices ·of ~he Law Enforcement Assis~ance Administra~ion of the Departmeht of Justice and with the approval of CI Staff and Office of. Sec-uri ty, SDB provi.ded -c:raining and familiarization ~o police officers of several domestic police deparDuents'in the uses of the Explosives Residue Detection Technique and Trace Metals Detection Technique. These techniques had been decla'ssi£ied and are ·currently available to the law enforcement community. The National Bomb Data Center pUblishes periodic: guidance in their uses. ,

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The, 7 May survey has been repeated and refined with respect to all ORD services or dealings with other'a~encies on domestic, non-foreign matters. In ~ddit~on, this report covers all our'acti::rities.deallng wlth the research 2n~ develop2ent of lnteillgence eq~ipment for foreign ~se Khich has been tested in the United States and mi ghz have collected d omes t i c information. Again, each-member of ORD available today was asked either. directly or "through his supervisor to provide the above requested information, vhe the r he wa s directly Lnvo Iv ed OT not. 1\'e have used'all diligence to search our records available to us during' this' time period to. ensure this is a complete and factual :list. .

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Executive Office of the President ORD represents DD/S&T on the R&D Sub-Committee . of the Cabinet Conuni ttee for International Narcotics .. Control that is concerned with research support of 'the narcotics control problem. (Dr. Leonard Laster, OST) Office of Telecorrununications Policy Techhiaal

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15 Janua ry 1973 Maury noted.press. st~ries that. Watergate defendant Martinez'· was on the Agency pay roll until 17 June and anticipated some . in~uiry on this topic. The DDP endorsed his view that'M Whereas Martinez was inten;oittently used as a .source to. report on Cuban exile mateers,' this relationship should cause no serious difficulty. 17 January 1973 The Director. called .attention to the .article by James Reston "The Watergate Spies,.r: contained in the New York Times, and won.dered how Reston .got the errOfteous impression that Hunt was " •. Operational head .of the' CIA":;; Cuban Bay of Pigs • •• " 18 January 1973 . ~~ry reported that when he and Dave Blee, Chief/SB, saw Chairman Nedzi with respect to the Chairman t s forthcoming trip ::to . Finrtand, leningrad, .Sofio..and Aghens, Chairman Nedzi briefed .' his November conversation with New York Times correspondent Seymour' Hersh. MaurY went ()n'to highlight the several t.opics and allega:-tions Hersh claims he has wi.th respect to Agency activities,' . particularly allegations tha.t we. are' enga,ed in extensiye dOlllesiic' operations. 'Maury will circulate a .memorandum on, the information. ' . Hersh claims he has. ." The. Director explained that we should assemble .a ~senior team ·to meet with Chafzman Nedzi and clearly outline what we . do and do not do i.n the United States. The Executive Director. ;:,'" called attention to his 29 February 1972 memorandum to the 'deputies, :Subject: Allegations of Agency involvement in the US, and ·suggested. that it might serve as an outline for 'ma,teria,l to be covered with' Ghairman Nedzi. . ",

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19 January 1973 Maury reported that Chairman Nedzi would like .the full Subcommittee on Intelligence Operations to hear a presentation by us on Agency activitity .in the United states sometimei~ mid-February. The :Director noted.:that· his decision of yesterday to tu:-n out a senior team for ·this briefing stands. .. . 22 January

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General Walters noted Howard Hunt's appearance on television last night. Tbuermer wj.ll obtain a transcript of the program, and 'tbe Executive Director noted his concern over Hur(;.t IS suggestion.that he is no longer bound by his secrecy agreement. . . .

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9 FebruarY 1973 , Maury, said he spent an hour yesterday with C'ong~ssman Holifield - arid they decided to have the"ir re spective staffs work' on a letter for Holifie~d to send to the Director suggesting restrictive,' but not prohibitive,..guidlines regarding such activities "in .tne future. Maury noted Chairman .Nedzi ' s cur-rent- concerns. about.' ,this .·topic and said' 'the 'proposed. IlOOifM letter may satisfy hiswo:t"r~e·s.• 14 February

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. Thuermer noted advice from Hicholas Hor-rock-of' Newsweek that a '.'soft 'story'" is floatihg' around Newsweek On the"gEme~l topic of .pq;Litical espionage and' e~-CIA agents. Mr. ·Horrock asked what . constraints .we. have-on former empioyees •. A . lengthy '-discussi.on followed, noting in particular that the onlY·leg~lconstraint imposed is the terminal secrecy 'agreement as' reinforceq. by the MMMMM co~s:tn··the Marchetti case. Other than this, there are no constraint except moral ones. Th£rmer m.ll advise .Horrick that .thous~ds of . employees have gone through CIA, and it is a.matter .01' consJ.derable T1ridethat only a: handlllul have deported themselves imllroperly. . , ~

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Maury re·J.ated that Herb EM Roback of Senator 'Holifield's staff is being asked. by David Burnham of the New'York Times for the names of those city police departments we have briefed in the past. The DDS called attention to our obligation to clear with these police departments any merrtd.on of their having beerr-br-Ie.fedv .!n response to the Direct6r's sllggestion that the AgencY'issue'a press release on this ··.topic,a lengthy discussion· followed"and the Director asked the'DDS ··to report to him oil wha"t our undezatandfng .with.. various 'pOlice departments ba s been prior to our .agreement to brief·!3ame.•· He also asked thai:; editorial comment .on any past .Agency briefing. of the press or press reI.eases be aasemb'Iedvand ex:PJ.ained. that in principle we should from time to time im.ke it known tli~t we" are part of the U.S.Government. 23 February 1973'

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. '. t'!-hury 'noted that Herb Roback of "Senator ;llifield is .staff and Chairman' Nedzi have concurred in'a letter for~the Director's signature~which.will indicate that we will undertake training of U.S. pibli·c~".~nly for the most compe.t.Lfng reasons. ltJ!brief' . . ·.discussion followed and the Director .observedthat it is' important for us ·to de.cidt:: what we do and then advise' t1;l.e Rill accordingly. 21 February j973 The Director noted a call from· Senator Jackson, who asked him to meet :with Senator McClellan sometime next week with regard to '. Congressman Holifield's inquiry.concerning Agency training of U.S. .. police 'departments. . . . :',.

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1 March, 1973 Maury reported 'that' Congressm'8.!f~Rolii'ield's staff is anxiously awaiting a lett~r from the Director in response to the Congressman's written inquiry on police training. The Director noted plans to' foward it. 2 March 1973 Maury highlighted yesterday's LIG meeting at the White House, and his recommendation that we not provide .examples of Congressional leaks of' classified information 'for Wbit~ Rouse use in reacting to Congressional criticism of the Administrmtion's "indiscretions." The DDS advised that the Office of Security is keepfng .a reasonably complete record of obvious leaks of intelligence information in , the' press 'and elsewhere.

5 March 1973 , ',Maury highlighted the statement Congreasman Rolifield, will introduce, into the Congressional Record today on Agency briefing of ,U.S. p&lice forces. He also noted a'related news release that will be issued by the Congressman's office.:

6 March 1973, Maur'y highlighted Congressman Koch's reaction' to our~sponse to Congressman Holif;i.eld's letter concerning poliCf;J training, as reported in today-'s press. MautrY' noted that Congressman 'Koch plans to ask ',GAO ;t'or a ruling on this matter, and the Director suggested that Colby provt"de 'same guidance', to Comptroller ,General Elmer Staats.

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The Director noted that Hugh Sid~y of Time magazine plans to write a story alleging that Howard Hunt -was employed by a cover organization, ~., Robert R. Mullen Company, when he left the Agency. Colby noted 'that this company is a completely private concern but has provided cover for one or two officers ovesseas , The 'Director asked Thuermer .to be prepare~ to co~ wi th'any inquiries when the story appears.

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. 9 March 1973 DDI called attention to Joseph Alsop's article in today's Washington Post, "Analyzing the CIA's Analysts," wbich erroneously refers to Sam Adams as a former employee. later in the meeting, Houston explained why the allegation tbat the Agency bas tried to muzzle Adams is false. He went on to brief onJ communications wi tb Justice and tbe fact tbat ne Juuge rUlea Adams' material was not exculpatory. In response to tbe Director's question, the DDI reported that Mr. Adams bas not been placed on probation. The Director found" this unsatisfactory.

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Houston explained tbe legal illplications of tbe subpoena served on Tb~rmer for documents related to the Ellsberg case and -. advised that the Director may bave to claim executive privilege.

15 March 1973 Houston said that tbe judge squashed the subpoena served on Thuermer (see Morning Minutes of 7 March).

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