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1. On 24 May 1973 I telephoned Mr ~. James Robinson, Gene xa.I Cz-irne Section, Department of Justice and asked if he had ·any information as to c r im.ina.l, In~6secuti6'n>:di persons involved .·in' abzeak in at the: Chilean E:qlbas~y:,:.~j:i:W~l:1.J:lington,D. C. on 15 May 1972'. Mr.' Robins'onstated'h:e had.:rl6:.kriowledge ofthis but suggested that it would be betterfo .~h~ck,with"·Mr. ·G. Marvi~ Gentile, . Deputy A-ssistant Secretary f6rSecurtty,·~:;t>,~Eartrnentof State,. and ..,.:' :·.'the Secret Service' s Inc e they hadre'~p(;)ffi3;t~t;tltie's'fo r the .Executive .: ::: :Pr~tective Service' (EPS). Itelephoh'e'a:14~":JGenti1e.and he identified. two. State Department cables re:!ative:·to:'the in~identj one .from the embassy in Santiago' to the Depa:#;n.1.e~~,...No.·2450, ·d.3.ted· . ~ .15 May 1972, Subjects Unauthorize:,j:{Entry Outlining. the ~rotest , 'of the Chttean Goveznment pres'ent~¢;to theAme'rtcan Embassy• . and the State Department reply to:Sa:~iiago, No .. 084655, dated .. ' '.'15 May 1972 •. Mr. Genti1e·als~ide#~t'fie'd\tJ:ie.:E;PSnepoz-tof '., .. '.:. investigation and suggested thatt~Eie:a:GbPY:';fromthe Sect-et Servlc·e. .'.' . ' ~'I then. calle41 ~t'Secr:~t·S.etv~:ce and he had his liaison . man deliver me a copy of the EPS'report of. investigation. . •

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done so purely gratuitously.

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and is directed to report to the Director any knowledge he or she has of the Watergate affa i z- and related matters, any persons connected with it, or any other illegal activity in which they believe the Agency was' involved in any way. 2.

In consonance with the foregoing, anyone who has had

any connection or contact wi th individuals on the attached list, or

anyone in their offices or anyone purporting to act for them or acting pursuant to their authority, should report these contacts fully. Activities of these and other individuals include not only the Watergate affair, but any investigative work on the Pentagon Papers/ Ellsberg case and any contacts relating to the Executive Branch and White House efforts to locate and stern leaks of classified information to the press starting as early as July 1970. 3. Any work done by anyone in the Agency on any of these subjects, or any knowledge related thereto, should be reported to the 10 through the appropriate Deputy Director, or directly and personally to the Director.

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Lean of Televiei,m System to Secret Service for Usa at De!l!01)X'atie and Republican National Conv'3ntiolls in 19'12 "..... . ::. ;~-... o~ . The attaehed;\suJnmary reports the loan of televisim

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indicate that the repol'ted drug was part of a larger program in whioh ' ~ ,th" Agenoy had l."e1ation.~ ,rith com:nercial drug manufaoturers, WhereBY they paaaed on drugs rej ected because of unfavol'ab1e eide effects.

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In surveying all of the people within the Office of Research and Development in search of specific contact or knowledge of . Messrs. Hunt, Krogh, Young, and Liddy, an additional incident in which ORO supplied equipment for domestic use was uncovered. It is attached. I have also provided the additional information you r-equested on Pr-oject] land project/,

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On 23 June 1972 I was ordered by a phone message from my office to be at the White House at about 1300 with Director Helms. I had lunch with Mr. Helms and we went to Mr, Ehr1ichman's office at the "Illite House. Present \1ere Nf'. Ehrlicr.;r:~!~~ ;";t. ~~~·1·j~';":"!1, :~,;-, :{·~'i.t:5 and myse l f , As I recall it, HI'. Haldeman said that the Hatergate incident wes c<1'.I5ing trouble and was being exploited by the opposition. It had been decided at toe Hllite HO'Jse that I ,,;ould go to Acting FaI Directo":'" Gray and tell hi'~: t':~": n0:'; that t:··~ f'!v~ ,::,I:~:".:.C'~."i were arres tsd, Yur'Cner enquiries into the I-lexican aspects of chi.> matter might jeopa'rdize some of the CIA's covert activities in t.hat area. An appointment was made for me to see HI' •. Gray at 1430 tlJ~t . same day. I \'1001; .over and told ili;n that I had been directed by top White Houseofftc t al s to tell hlm that fu)'th~i' in'!esti,:,~.l:ic~ int·~ th~ , Mex'kan aspects of the Watergate episode might jeopardize some of the Agency's covert actions in th~t area, He said that he understood the agr.::'tment between the FBI and the >lganey regarding t.heir .sour-ces butth;l t thi s ':JJ, ~ CCiliP 1 i catud case, H2 v.OiJ i d not 'I i OJ a te tile agreemen.t with CIA regal'ding sources. On my return to the Agency I 'checked to see whether there \1aS any danger in the Agency's covert sources if the 14ex i call part of the invest i gati on conti nued and ascerta i ned tha t no one bel ieved that this was the case. No one had any knoHled!le of the plan to bug the Democratic National COlr~1ittee. On June 26 the Counsel to the President John Dean called 'me and asked me to come and see him about the matter I had di scussed with, Haldeman and Ehrlicl1man. He si\id I could check with Ehrlichman and I did. He said I could talk to Dean so I went to Dean's office at 1145 on June 26. I informed Dean that I had checked careful ly to $"~~ ;"h"ther there was any jeopardy to the Agency's sources by a further investigrltion of thRfh:dc:!~ SOlP"C,?S of tri:- ;-;~.~A.''''' :~,i I.. ::,.! '~"":.:'J :;.,::;":. \·;E:.3 non€:.

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Committees of the Agency in Congress. He was much taken aback by thi s and agreed that risks of iri'!}licating the CJ.1. ar:d FBI in tht s matt€r'

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1. Recent press reports outline in detail certain alleged CIA activities witfi respect to Mr. Howard Hunt and other parties. The presently known facts behind these stories are those stated in the attached draft of a statement I will be making to the Senate Committee on Appropriations on 9 May. As can be seen, the Agency provided limited assistance in response to a request by senior officials. The Agency has cooperated with and made availa~le to the appropriate law enforcement bodies information about these activities and will continue'to do so. 2. All CIA employees should understand my attitude on this type of issue. I shall do everything in my power to confine CIA activities to those which fall within a strict interpretation of its legislative charter. I take this position because I am determined that the law shall be respected and because this is the best way to foster the legitimate, and necessary contributions we in CIA can make to the national security of the United States . 3. I am taking several actions to implement this objective: I have ordered all the senior operating officials of this Agency to report to me immediately on any activities now going on, or that have gone on in the past, which might be construed to be outside the legislative charter of this Agency. I hereby direct every person presently employed by CIA to report to me on any such activities of which he has knowledge. I invite all ex-employees to do the same. Anyone who has such information should call my secretary (extension 6363) and say that he wishes to talk to me about "activities outside CIA's charter."

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Mr. Chairmarr, I am here to discuss the questions which have.arisen

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I canreport to you on what..Agency records, now being intensively reviewed, reveal at this juncture. However I do not yet know that I have all the facts in the matter. â&#x20AC;˘

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as are now available, arid I will certainly provide you with any further details as they come to my attention. let me start. with the Agency's relationship with Mr. Howard Hunt, whose testimony has recently been made public. Mr. Hunt was a staff employee of the Agency from 8 November 1949 to 30 April 1970. At that time n~

retired from the Agency.

He performed one editorial job of writing up

a recomnendatlon for an award for one of our officers. in .November 1970. He ~IaS not paid for these services; although the Agency placed the sums of $200.00 and $50.00 in two charitable~rganizations for. the service performed. .

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the DDCI (General Cushman) reported a call by John Ehrlichman

stating. that Howard Hunt had been appointed a Hhite House security consultant. On 22 July 1971 Nr. Hunt visited Generai Cushman at the CIA building. According to the records, Mr. Hunt stated" that he had been charged with a 'highly sensitive mission by the White House to visit and elicit information

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Cushman acknowledged an earlier call from Mr. Ehrlichman to him. The Committee may desire to query General Cushman whose knowledge would not

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come from such secondary sources. General Cushman directed the appropriate technical service of the Agency to be of assistance to Mr. 'Hunt, based on the above request. On 23 July 1971 Mr. Hunt was given alias documents, including a Social Security card, driver's license, and several association membership cards, in the ,

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V. Hamt l ton;" The same day Mr. Hunt was also given disguise

materials (a wig, glasses, and a speech alteration device). By calling an unlisted telephone number given him, Mr. Hunt arranged several

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meetings with Agency technical, officers, the dates of which

cannot be provided with precision.

In these, he requested and was provided,

a commercial tape recorder (in a typewriter case) and a commercial Tessina camera disguised in a tobacco pouch.

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associate (later identified from press photos as Mr. G. Gordon Liddy) and secured for him a disguise (wig and glasses) and alias documents in the name .of "George F. Leonard."

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The Agency""technica1 officers met these requests despite the absence of the procedural steps and approvals normally required by Age~cy regulations .. However, they became increasingly concerned at the escalation of Mr. Hunt's request from Mr. Hunt to requests for.. assf ... , . stance , These finally included .. a , ~,~

be met on the morning of 27 August 1971, upon his return from California, to have a film developed and returned to bim. This was done the same day. 路He also asked for a New YOrk mail address and telephone-answering service for operational use. The technical officers raised- their concern with senior officers. who noted the possibility that these activities could involve the Agency in operations outside

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As a result. again according to

Agency records, General Cushman telephoned Mr. Ehrlichman at the White House on 27 August 1971 and explained, that further such assistance could not be 'given. Mr. Ehrlichman agreed. The request for mail address and telephone answering service was not honored. On 31 August 1971, Mr. Hunt contacted the technical'Qfficers again. requesting a credit card.路but this was refused. Mr.路Hunt had also made 'a request on 18 August 1971 for the assignment of a secretary he had known during his Agency career. This was also refused.

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earlier-furnished alias documents and other material were not recovered, however,except for the Tessina camera which was returned on 27 August as unsuitable. Since the end of August 1971. the Technical Services, Division has had no further association with Mr. Hunt. As a point of reference, I would note that the break-in of the office of Mr. El1sberg's psychiatrist took place on or about 3 September 1971.

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District of Columbia. On 24 October 1972, Attorney General Kleindienst and ,Assistant Jll:torney General Petersen revie1ied the Sand 7' July transmittals together with additional, more detailed but undated materials, that had 'been provided to Acting FBI Director Gray on 18 October 1972. The Agency is< aware that this material was reviewed on 27 November 1972 by Mr. Silbert, who asked additional questions'on that date as well as on 29 November 1972. Written responses to the foregoing questions were provided on 13 December 1972. ,

An additional, submission was made to the Assistant Attorney'General Petersen on 21 December 1972. This material was discussedat a meeting held with Assistant Attorney General Petersen and Mr. Silbert on 22 December 1972. All of the foregoing materials can be made available to the Committee if it so desires. As a separate matter, which was not known by those \-,ho prepared the material for the Department of Justice in the fall of last year, the Office ~f

Medical Services of the Agency prepared and forwarded to the White House

two indirect personality assessments of Mr. Daniel Ellsberg.

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had a program of producing, on a selective basis, such assessments or studies on' foreign.'leaders for many years.

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newspaper and magazine articles together with some State Department and Justice Department papers. The fi rst assessment delivered to the Hhite House dated 9 August 1971, was judged insufficient. As a result, there were several meetings between pro f1a1loy, Mr. Hunt, and Mr. liddy, in which classified information of the Justice and State Departments was introduced. One such meeting occurred on 12 August 1971. Additional material

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dated 9 November 1971. This document was delivered to the Executive Office by Dr.,Malloy on 12 November 1971. Agency records 'indicate that Mr. Helms had previously communicated with Mr. Young indicating he had read both reports. ~

In another contact "about October 1971," an Agency officer arranged

to provide Mr. Hunt certain unclassified materials from CIA files relative to a 1954 French case of leakage of Government documents.

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delivered to'his office at the White House. In closing, I would like to stress several conclusions of my investigation so far: a. activities.

CIA had no awareness of the details of Mr. Hunt's The Agency's impression was that Mr; Hunt was engaged

in an activity related to identifying and closing off the security leaks that were so much a preoccupation of the GQvernment at the time.

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Mr. Hunt's requests for assistance began to indicate a possible active involvement by the Agency'in activities beyond its charter, the Agency terminated the relationship and refused further assistance. c.

The preparation of a profile on an American citizen under

these circumstances lies beyond the normal activity of the Agency. ~

It shall not be repeated -- and I have so instructed the staff. This shall be made a part of the regulations governing such activities. d. As Director, I have called for' a review of all Agency activities and the termination of any which might be considered outside its legitimate charter.

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review from my sUbordinates, I have directed each employee and invited each ex-employee to submit to me any cases which theY may question. I am determined that the Agency will not engage in activities outside of its

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ELLSBERG'S PSYCHIATRIST OR OF THE WATERGATE INCIDENT:" THE NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF THESE TWO EVENTS WERE THE FIRST NOTICE TO ANYONE IN THE AGENCY:" ALL AGENCY INFORMATION ON OJ R CONTACTS WITH ANY PERSONS INVOLVED IN THESE INCIDENTS HAS BEEN REPORTED FULLY TO THE DEPARTMENT Ol!- JUSTICE," AND AS INVESTIGATION OF THESE MATTERS IS IN THE HANDS OF THE COURTS AND THE GRAND JURY, ALLINQUrnIES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE: "

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8 May 1913 MEMORANDUM FOR:

Executive Secretary, CrA Management COlIllIlittae

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Potentially Embarrassing Agency Activities

The Office of the InspectDr General has records on the 1'ollD;ring sensitive subjects tbat either have been or might in the" future be tbe source of embarrassment to tbe Agency. The report of the Board of Inquiry in the case of Han~ To:rte. The To:rte affair ;ras fully exposed in pub.H c , of course, but the report itself is e.LoseLy be1d w:i:thin the Agency. This office ;,as designated as the' custodian of the report, and we have the onlY路S1.1rviving CDPY. An annex to the Izispector- General's "report D1' survey D1' the Technical Services Di visiDn done in 1963. The annex deals ;ritb experiments in influencing human behavior thrDugh the administratiDn oJ: mind or persDnality a;Ltering drugs to un1<itting subjects. An InspectDr General repDrt D1' investigation of a11egatiDns that the Agency vas instrumental in bringing about; the assassination of President Diem. The allegations ;rere determined tD be 1<itbout foundation. " An Inspector General report of investigatiDn D1' al1egatiDns that the Agency was instrumental in bringing about the assassination of President Trujillo. The investigation disclosed quite extensive Agency invDlveme~t ;,ith the plotters. An InspectDr General report of investigation of allegatiDns that the Agency conspfred to assassinate Fidel castro. The story first appeared in Drew Pearson I s column and has since appeared in Jack Anderson's column. \"1bile the columns contained many :factual errors, the allegatiDns are basically

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SDS and other student activillt groups

OCI produced in December 1967 at Ua1t Rostow's request a t;y:pescript lltudy of the SDS and its foreign ties.

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Black radicalism

OCI began following Caribbean black radicalism in earnest in 1968. Two papers uere produced on the subject, one in August 1969 aud the other in June 1970. OCI was asked in June 1970 to urite a memo with special attention to links between black l'Eldicalism ill' the Caribbean and advocates of black power in the US. The memo was produced in t;y:pescript and given to the DCI. OCI in 1968 wrote :Periodic ty:pescript memos on Stokely Carmichael's travels abroad dur-Ing a period whell he had dropped from PUblic view. .

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MEMORANDUM FOR:

Mr. W. E. Colby Executive Secretary, CIA Management Committee

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Proposed DCI Statement (Hunt Case)

Since you are aware that 1 have no facts bearing on the case, I .'take it tliat you asked fQr comment from the following point of view; w111 the proposed statement be well received by the committee? The main questions in the committee's mind will be: Did CIA 'cooperate wittingly in activities which were both illegal and outside its charter? Or did it only respond supinely to higher authority even though it had some reason for suspecting illegal conduct?

" Tactically, I think there would be advantage in coming to grips frankly with these questions in the statement itself. The text in its present form could be taken as a minimum factual response which doesn't quite get at the heart of the matter. I think it preferable, in the interest of the Agency 's reputation on the Hill, to proceed to candor directly rather -than to be drawn to it by subsequent questioning. Key follow-up questions which can be anticipated would include ".the following: Why is there no record of the initial Ehrlichman-Cushman contact? If Cushman recorded the conversation with Hunt, was he not already

suspicious of the latter's purpose and why didn't he ask? At a minimum, could he not have inquired Whether "the individual whose ideology we aren't entirely sure of" was an American citizen?

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All CIA employees. should understand my attitude toward

matters of this sort. I shall do everything in my power to confine CIA activities to those which fall within the strictest interpretation of its legislative charter. I take this position because I am determined that the law shall be r-espected and because this is the best way to foster the legitimate and necessary contributions we in CIA can make to the national security of the United States.

3. I am taking several actions to implement this objective:

I have ordered all the senior operating officials of this Agency to report to me immediately on any activities now going on, or that have gone on in the past, which might be construed by reasonable people to be outside the legislative charter of this Agency.

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4. To insure that Agency activities are proper in the future; I hereby promulgate the following standing order for all CIA employees: Any CIA employee who believes that he has received instructions which in any way appear inconsistent with the CIA legislative charter shall inform the Di.rector- of Central Intelligence immediately.

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1. Date of retirement:

30 April 1970

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Creditable civilian service used in computing annuity:

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This meant that upon his death, his wife would not draw a survivorship allflUity.路 By letter of 5 April 1971 he raised the question of changing his election but was' informed by the General Counsel on 6 ~lay 1971 that

.tlii'-s 'could not be done.

By letter 'aated 5 May 1972 Mr. Hunt asked Mr..

Houston.to raise with the Director the possibility of being recalled to duty for a short period of time, after. which he could retire again and elect survivorship benefits.

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Mr. Hunt that to call him back to duty solely for the purpose of permitting

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1. I met with the outgoing and Incoming MAG Cochairmen. We discussed a number of topics but concentrated particularly on their two most recent memoranda路concerning domestic activities. I expressed slight irritation with their second memorandum, which is a shotgun approach to the problem, and asked them to be specific if they have anything in mind. I said I understand they have heard that we sent a surveillance team to the Democratic National Convention. Mr., . Isaid that-he made this statement because an Office of Security employee' reported in his presence that he personally was a member of a team which went to the Convention.' (I subsequently raised this with Howard Osborn, who after investigating reported back that the Secret Servil;:e asked us for two technicians during the Democratic National Convention. These technicians were formally detailed to the Sec.ret Service and went to Chicago, where they did RF monitoring under the superVIsion of the Secret Service. The Secret Service apparently calls RF monitoring "audio suzvetf.lanc e , II路 and it seems that, during the discussion whichtcok place at the Senior Seminar, those who heard this assumed that "surveillance" meant actual surveillance of the candidates, when actually the meeting rooms were' being checked to ensure they had not been bugged. I have reported all this to the Director and shall discuss it with MAG when I have dinp.er with the m on 11 January.) . :

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As requested, MAG met with the DDP on 21 December and discussed with him the referenced memoranda on CIA's covert domestic activities. Our.exchange consisted primarily of . the DDP responding to the MAG memoranda as they related.to. activities of the Clandestine Service alone. The DDP made it clear that he spoke only for his Service. Since MAG's initial concern over covert domestic activities extended to, while not being restricted to, the Clandestine Service, it recommends that the .referenced memoranda be also .brought to the attention of appropriate senior officials in other Agency components.

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.lvÂŁEMORANDUM FOR: Executive Director-Comptroller SUBJECT:

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1. I met with the MAG group this morning for little over an hour, and I set forth as candidly as possible those counterintelligence and counterespionage responsibilities of ours ove r s ea s which make it mandatory for us occasionally to take an interest in American citizens overseas. I explained the r equd r erne nts placed on us by the Department of J'us ti ce for over s ea s checks, and also the fact that our normal oversea's operations against Soviets and others some times produce leads, to Americans in conspiratorial contact with our Communist targets. 2. I was asked about our having sent Agency representatives to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago in 1968 and I explained that I never hear.... of such a thing and did not believe it. I pointed out that, as they knew, the press had reported fully on the Agency I?articipation at the beginning of the 'sky marshalling program and I assumed they saw nothing wrong with this. They agreed. I also pointed out that, at President Kennedy's funeral, with scores of important foreign personalities here, the Agency lent some assistance to the Secret Service, and here again the group understood that this was a legitimate function. 3. The group made it clear that their concern was over the Agency image if the g eneral public were aware that some of our activities, 'wherever they took place, were targeted against Blacks. I said that we did not target against Americans of any color in this country, and that the 'Clandestine Service was color blind when it came to carrying out its overseas .CI, respunsibilities and it would continue to be so.

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4. . I agreed that the Director should be asked to speak a little more fully and clearly on whether we "target against American citizens" so that there is no am'biguity.

5. I told the group tha-t we must expect all kinds of irresponsible accusations in the press, ,such as the one in the January 1972 issue of RAMPARTS magazine in which Bob Kiley and Drex Godfrey, it is suggested, are still in the "lmploy of CIA working on a' crz, plan to improve police organizations in this country. I said that this, was palpably false as anyone who knows Kiley and Godfrey would . understand. The group mentioned Dick Ober's unit and said that there was a lot of scuttlebutt that the purpose of this unit was to keep book on Black Power adheren!"ÂŁ". I denied this saying that our interest was as I had explained it previously.

6. I do not know whether this is a fair as sumption, but Dick Ober's machine program is 'not handled in the Clandestine Service and it is possible that someone is misreading and misinterpre~ingthe intent of Ober's program from fragmentary bits and pieces that may' be discernible from the handling of the machine program. I do not state this as a fact because I have not examined it that closely. 7. I told the group that: I had offered to enlighten it candidly on what We do so that they v "ju1d at least have the facts and I said that I assume you would take it :from here;

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JJEMORANDUM FUR:

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MAG Memorandum, "CIA's Domestic Activities," March 1971

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1-. MAG is seriously concerned about possible repercussions which may arise as the result of CIA's covert ,domestic activities •. Public revelation that CIA has become involved in collecting infonmation on U.S. citizens would likely redound to the Agency's ·discredit and jeopardize overall Agency programs;

2. MAG first expressed its concern-about' CIA's covert domestic activities in a memo for the DCI, transmitted through.the Executive Director-Comptroller in the Spring of 1971 (Attachment A). 'MAG's concern has increas~d recently because of such ar1::il.c,le!S 'as Vic lfarchett,i' s UPI interview (Attachment 'B). and the 10 October New York Times article concerning rupture 0:£ FBI-CIA relatiOiiS""(Attachment C). Both hint at extremely sensitive Agency involvement in domestic activities. ,Additionally, 'the DCI.addresses to the American Society of Newspaper Editors (Attachment D) and to the CIA Annual Awards ceremony (Attachment E) make rather categorical denials OI Agency covert targeting on U.S. citizens. Agency'employees aware of the various sensitive operations in question know that there is, qualify"ing language explaining CIA involvement. However, lfAG believes that in the event of an expose, ·such esoteric 'qualifiers will be lost on the American public and that there is probably nothing the Agency could say to alleviate a negative reaction from 'Congress and the U.S. ,pUblic. It 15 MAG's fear that ~uch a negative reaction.could seriously damage our Chngressional relations, effect our ,work against priority foreign targets and have significant impact on the viability of CIA. ' ,"

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U.S. citizen; both at home and abroad. In operational areas which are highly sensitive and potentially explosive (e.g., domestic radical or racial groups) this Agency must carefully weigh the needs and pressures for collecting and maintaining this information against the risk and impac~ of revelation " should the operation become compromised or public knowledge. We therefore urge that all domestic collection and action programs be severely reviewed so that only those be continued which are of the highest priority and which absolutely cannot be undertaken by domestic agencies. CIA should not take on requirements.of this type by default. 4. Not all of the members of MAG are privy to CIA's direct or indirect involvement in domestic activities. Those who are aware probably know only parts of the whole picture. But our increasing concern and our intense interest in maximizing the Agency's abi1ity to do its proper job, impel us to bring our "serious apprehensions to your attention. ,

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"Because the men of the Agency are superpatriots, he said, it is only natural for them to view violent protest and dissidence as a major threat to the nation •.. ~he inbred CIA reaction,. he. said,..w,ould .be..t.o. .Launch a clandestine . operation to infiltrate dissident groups. That, said Marchetti, may already have started to happen. 'I don't have very much to go on,' he said. 'Just bits and pieces that indicate the U.S. intelligence community is already targeting on groups in this country that they.feer-to be subversive. 'I know this was being discussed in the halls of the CIA, and that there were a l't of people who felt this should be done.' " Attachment C - New York Times, 10 October, '.'FBI-CIA Relations:" .~'Information generally exchanged .bet.w.een ~he FBI. and the CIA might concern such subjects as offic.ers of ..t he .Black ... Panther party traveling overseas ••• and American youngsters cutting sugar cane in Cuba."

Attachment D ,.. DCI Address to the American Society of Newspaper Editors; "And may I emphasize at this point that the statute specifically forbids the Central Intelligence Agency to have any police, subpoena, or law-enforcement powers, or any domestic se~urity functions. I can dssure you that except for the normal responsibilities for protecting the physical sec~rity or our own personnel, our facilities, and our claSsified information, we do not have any such powers and functionj we have never sought any; we do not exercise any. In short, we do not target on American' citizens."

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