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Bernard Barker worked with the CIA in Havana and Miami.

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Bernard Barker: Sturgis's CIA Case Officer Bernard Barker: Sturgis's CIA Case Officer Document Transcript

  • C~la f , Tisstern Heglsphere ivision C!:liai of St:1tion . Action Required: Raierences: A. B. • '- : ... •.... ' :-.·t' .'" CIA HISfOD"'!PR R£liAsr 19~~ m £ ~ REVIEW PROGIWiJ 17034,. 8 August 1966 DIRECTOR 27199~ 11 August 1966 1 • . . _ _ . " 3 a s terminated eftectivs 31 July 1966 on 12 August 1966 at which ti~e be signed a tarmination Secrecy Oath ~.nd a Quitclaim, copies of which ara being for;;arded under separata co•;er enclosure. Ha was~ as authorized by neadquarters in Reference 3 7 paid a termination bonus n:nounting to three reonth3 ne·t salary as Tiell as the cost of a singl& round-trip air far~ between Uiami and C~icago. The net .amount paid in cash vas $1453.17, although the tot~l cost to JMWAV3 OI the termination ~as $1656.87, including Federal Income Tax · and FIC~ deduction. He also was is~ued a " "Y-2" statement showing his total cover company earning~. for 1966 including the bonus of three months salary, but not tbe cost of the air fare · ~hicb amounted to $156.37. . ~ I 1 a~icaolJ 2. Tha t e rmination of was carried out in an r:1a::::ms:r. H3 seemed pleased with our efforts in helping him get the job in Chicago as well as ths bonus payment. Tie ;requested.,. however .. tbat i t be made a matter of· record tbat he would drop everything in' Cnicago and rejoin c[t a mo~ent's notice in any.capac~ty or s.:tlary level, if his ser.ficas should ever b~ required again~: H~.. also raised the question of his citizsnship, c:ri ticizing bo·t h p PSI . ·a nd ~~ for their failure to help him. He was told, as be bas been told on pravious occasions in the p~st, that we could do nothing to bela hi~ on this matter, and that any complaints between bLmselt and othar agencies had to be handled by him alone. He nccented this position gr~cefully, stating that ~e had treated hlm fairly and ba llad no complaint against • • • • Attachments: 1 - Secrecy Oath & Quitclai~, USC 2 - Letter of Application, USC Distribution: ~ - ~3/C~ w/atts ;- ~ ;U:<..R!;I'TC-._ ;o ~ ;~.· ~ DAn DISPATCHED - -f ----- e 1!~ ·,.a ,. · •• • Jo. u.: . 1 .lC "' " " ,,...,"':' ... ··r:· •·· c -.~ ~ z' J-'':t"' i :r•i I I l ~=-lFIF-~ !· -T----1 ~----s-Ct.AS:;-~- I~-n~~~:-~-- , I . ~~ ~:;";, ·::;:,;~, :;. / ;i ~ AUG 2 6 19€0 DISPA TCH SYMBOLAMONUMBER .....-..._2-8?5 - - - 0 ..., H!::ACQU.>.RTERS FILE + N .Ii!ER U 201=-251689 ------- - - - ----.~-------~,~------~.-----------------~ . 7 -
  • doparted the hli~~i area for Chicago on where he will undergo a four 'i'iee:"- training period wl th tba P.auland Corporation. a subsidiary of tbd Zenith Radio Corporation. T~~ ~auland Corporation, which ~nufactures color ~/ tubes. e:ploys ' t: a l.:1r3s numbar o:! Cubans, and is in the process of hh·in.£_ additional e~~loyees from among the Cuban refugees in Miami. 11 , with our guidanca and assistance, sent a letter of application to the ?ersonnel Director of the Zenith ~dio Corporation providing background d3ta on bimsali. A copy of the letter is being forwarded undar separate cover enclosure for IIeadquarters' files. lie subsei4 quantly ~as interviewed in Miami by company personnel offici~ls who visited ~ia~i in lata July, nhd ~as bired in a supervisory position ··. whicb will involve his working in a liaison capacity between manageoent and the Cuban work force. He was promised a salary of approximately $180 a -week par 60-hour work week, plus reimbursem.ant for the e~penses of moving his family and hous~hold effects from Miami to Cbic~go. He has expressed his indebtedness to us for helping him obt3in the position, and is eager to maka good since he believes tb3t Ne were instrumental in his getting the job. 3. 1:; /~u 5 us t 4. As ezplalned in Reference A~ contract was not renewed in Ap:ril 1966 because plans were unde:rr~ay at that. time to terDinate him. His performance for the past several months has bean practically nil, not because he has not been eager for work~ but mainly due to the fact that he is not suited for what has ·to be done. He star~ed working for JMWAVE in Apri1.1960 as a Principal Agent, and curing the period preceding the Bay of Pigs be handled a number of . political action agents and spotted and developed several candidates for recruitment. Since much of thls .activity was mora overt than covert, be was thoroughly blown as a ~asset, and eventually became kno~n in . the area as a sort o~ ~ spokesman, a role which · be enjoyed and encouraged. As times change(} and the. Station began· · concentrating on more covert activities, beca~e something of a security problem, since any statements or opinions expressa~ by him co:Q.cerning various individuals or exile groups were either mistaken for "official leaks" or "policy". · 5. strong points have been his dadieation and enthusiasm for his work. He has, however, been somewhat of a problem in that he is a "heavy banded" operator who tries to impress his contacts with his importance, thereby co~tting a number of indiscretions. A good example of this can be found in his pe~ring tbe racent election of officers in the 2506 Brigade. bad n number of contacts in the Brigade and was instructed to monitor, without specifically asking quastions, the pre-election activities of tha Brigade through his contacts. Instead of monitoring the activities o:f his contacts however,.· be began haill.mering away at them, ·.: :· instructing them to work ng~·inst certain candlc!ates. This gave the imoress~on tbat was atteopting to rig the elections through _ . Tbi~ ' 1.;:ruaediately came to the Station's attention, as soma o~ these contacts were vorkin§ for JMWAVE and complained through tbeir case officers that • was throwing his weight around c::. · ~ and giving the imEEession ·that he ~as running the election ~or411111~ As a result, & • was reprimanded and told a second 'time that he was to report only what be beard about the elections and not•to a~tively saak information. Instead of heeding this advice, be again s~ught out bis contacts and "chawed" them out for getting him in ............a ~-~··1-"T" ..., .; ~'h 'h-f c ..,..,,....a.... -t ,.....,..,. 'T'ho....- -:>o-':'1 in ,..~,....,..,,.. +r-.,.1 · hi"' +h ... t"no-h +~oi.,..
  • I ·I I : I oe-?t ~n~ ~ e , He 'tYas prorJised a salary of approzi::J;n:ely .:;>180. a weeK par 60-hour ~ wor~ week, plus rei.m.burse!ll.ant for the ~ e:~ ~ enses of moving his family and housahold effects from M i ~mi to C~ ~ c~go. He has . expressed his indebtedness to us for helping him o o~3~n tbe posit1on~ and is eager to maka good since he belia ves tb~ t Pe we re instrumental in his getting the job. 4. As explained in Reference A~ contract was not r e newed in April 1966 becausa plans were under.:~ay at that. tii:la to ter~nate him. His performance for the past several months has bean practically nil, not because be has not been eager for work 7 but mainly due to the fact that he is not suited for what has 'to be done. He st a rted working for JMWAVE in April . l950 as a Principal Agent and ciuring the period preceding the Bay of Pigs he handled a number ~f political action agents and spotted and developed several candidates for recruitment. Since much of this activity. was more overt than covert~ be was thoroughly blown as a asset, and eventually became knoiin in . the area as a sort o£2 22225 spokesman~ a role wbicb he e njoye d and encouraged. As times cbarlged and the Station began · concentrat ing on more covert activities, bec3~e something of a security problem, since any statements or opinions express~~ by him co~cerning various individuals or exile groups were either mista k en for "official leaks" or "policy". I 5. ~trong points have been his dedication and enthusiasm for his work. He bas, however, been some~bat of a problem in that he is a ''heavy banded" operator who tries to impress his contacts with his importance, thereby committing a number of indiscretions. A good example of this can be found in his perfogil[ca Juring the recent election of officers in the 2506 Brigade. ·· bad a number of contacts in the Brigade and was instructed to monitor, without specifically asking questions, the pxe-election activities of tha Brigade through his contacts. Instead of monitoring tha. activiti e s of h i s contacts however~ · be began hal'!l!l!ering away at them, . ·/-.· ins tructing them to work ag;i.inat certain candic~·tes. This gave the imoression that~was attempting to rig the elections. through ~1. immediately came to tbs Station's attention, as some of these contacts were working for JMWAVE and complained through tbe i r case officers that was throwing his weig~t around and giving th~ression that he was running the election for WOFACT. As a result, was reprimanded and told a second time that he ~as to r e port on 7 what he beard about the elections a~d not"to actively s e ek information. Instead of heeding this advice, he ngain souO'ht out his contacts and "chawed" them out for getting him tro~ble ~ith his superiors. They again reported · him through · their ca s e officers, which made matters all ths worse since he had ~ee~ instr-uctad not to let them know what· b:ld developed. T his in 6. I n fairness to it mus~ be said that he is ~ consc i e nt i ous and tireless worker wbo believed in what be was doirig7 bo took pride in his association with • Ua often stated a n d ~ he was eagar r a~lly to do so~etb1 ng, an d~ i n d" ~ d t'at be · ~· that 1ca~e. ~ ~ould have lik ed to hava bad the opportunity of ~art1c1p a ting ~n . s o~e typ e of P M activ i ty, although be realized h1s a g e was a g a1ns~ PACE N O . F O RM 5.ro t4 0J ") 5.., a USE P R EVI O U S EOITION. r.;:;:l ~ 2 CO,..,TI I';UEO •.
  • · CONTINUATION OF DISPATCH- ~5325 hi~. Parb~ps be ~as right since it becace o0vious in the past s~ ·,~r.:J.l months that he had li ttla aptitude for debriefing refugees or b~ndling contacts. In any event, we felt tb~t in all fairness to A~CLA~~, that he should be termiuated at the fi~st suit~ble opportunity and in a manner that would be helpful and beneficial to hiro. It was also preferabla to get him settled outside tha J:!WAVZ area. He bi.illsalf realized that he ~as getting old~r, and that ther 5 was little opportunity for him in the type ol work that he was doing for JMWAVB. The job that he has obtained in Chicago rapr:csen·t s a real break for bim as well as a considerable increase in salary. We feel ha deserves tbis break and hope ba performs t:all. There were no major security violations on~llllll part. His home address did appear on a~ntalligence service c~nsorship ~ which possibly containad the names and/or addresses of alleged ntelligenca agents in411111J;sbut tae valid~ty of tbe lis was never fully confirmed and he was SGSWiaLED on this . nattsr i n April 1964 with overall ~avorable results. Because of his si3 year . association with ~~AVB~ . be has been exposed to a number ot casa officers~ some ot whom be knows by trua nama, and whose identities are listed in Paragrsph 3 of his :PBQ Part II. They can be obtainad from there if necessary. 7. s. completed a six weeks basic tradecraft coursa in. riew York City in September 1964. He has bad no other formal C!~ ~rai"Aling.. He had_no logistical material assignad to him at . ttie time of his terminat~on. .. ~.
  • •.. £ I .J' . I . (l'h~) I TEID.1INATION SECRECY OATH I, nornard L .. DAm~sn , am about to ter:n.inate my association ~ith tpe O~ganization. I realize that, by virtue of cy duties ~ith the Organization, I have been the recipient · of information and intelligence ~hich concerns the present and future security of our country. I ao aware that the unauthorized disclosure of such irifo~ation ~s prohibited by the espionage laws of our governcient which specifica~ly requires the · pr~~ection o~ intelligence sources a."ld methoas from unauthorized disclosure. Accordingly, I SOLEHNLY S'..lEAl WIT:-IOliT !~BNTAL RESERVATION. OR PURPOSE OF EVASION, 'AND IN TF...E ABSENCE OF DURESS ' .. - . ~ : · > AS FOLL<Y..J'S: i. I vill'" nEiver divulge, publish, or · reveal by writing, Yord·, conduct., or otherwise, any infornation relatin.g to the l)ational ce'fense and security and :partic.ularly information of this nature relating ~o i~tellige nce sources, oethods., personn~l, fiscal data, or security measures to an~one, including~ but not limited to, any future goverrm:ental or private employer, private citizen, or gcrvcrtli:ie.nt ·: ... e::npl:oyee or official ..... i thout the express Yri tten consent of · th:c Chief of' the · Organization ·or. h;is authorized representative·. · .. . . . .. . . . . ... . . ···--- .. ... -... - -·--. ---- ·--- ... . .. ., . "' -; . . . 2.· I have been invited to submit in writing any monetary claims I cay have. against t ·he Organi?-ation or our governmen't which may· in any way necessitate the disclosure of information described herein. I ~ve been advised that any .such · claims vill receive full legal consideration. In. the event, however, that. I am n~t satisfied with the decisions or the Organization concerning any present or future claims I may submit, I . Yill not take any other. action to ob;tain satisfaction without prior written notice to the Org~~izatio~, and then only in accordance with sue~ legal and security advice as the Organization will pro~pt ly. fUrnish me. : . . .. .. . . . ·. . · 3. I do · not have any doc~ents or mat~rials · in my possess~on, classified or un·c ];assifie·d, ,jhich are the property of, or in cu.s todial responsibility of the .organization, having c.orne int_o my possession 8.;5 a re.sult ~f cy_ dutie-s with the Organization or -otherwise. · During my exi~ processing and dur~ng my. period of employment with the Organization I have been given an opport~~ity to report al~ inforpation abo~t the Orgarii.z.atio'n, its persor.nel, and its operations 'which I consider should receive official cognizance. Hence, · I a~ not a~are ·of any info~ation vhich it is my duty, in .the natio!1al interest, to dis·close · to the Organization, nor a..:::l I aware of any violations ~r breaches. of security Yhich I ·have not o(ficially reported, .. except as set forth. on tl'le reverse s:ide. of this sheet .or on otner attach.'"Jents. 4. C IZ J ~ ' .. _ ·. .
  • .. 5. I have been advised that, in the event I am called upon by the properly constituted autho~ities to testify or provide infornatio~ ~hich I am ple dged h~reby not to disclose, I vill notify the Organization immediately; I vill also advise sai d authorities of cy secrecy· co::!lTDit~ents to our gover.:1Z:lent and vill request that oy right or need to testify be established before I am re quired to do so. 6. a~are of the provisions and penalties of the espiona ge la~s of our govand am fully a~are that any violation on my part of certain matters · s~o~ to by rne under this oath may subject rne to prosecution under the terms of these lavs, and that . viol~tio~ of other portions of this oath are subje~t to appropriate action, including such dissemination of the violation as the circUmstances varrant. I am er~ent I have read and understand the contents of this oath and voluntarily affix my signature hereto ~ith the full knovledge that this oath was executed for the ~utual benefit of myself ~nd. our government, and that it vill be retained in the . files of the Organization for its future use or for reference by me. at any time · in the future that I may be requested or ordered to testify or disclose any of the matters included within the scope of this oath. IN WITiiESS WHEREOF, t have set my hand and seal this_--,-_____1_2_t_h_--'day of _ _...!A.:..::u:5gu~·s:...:t:.,.__ _ _ _·· l9_Q§ Signature ...· . dl< LL-~~ t:/,_ . ~ .h . /,,/ d f 19 r{ Witnessed b y me t ~s---~~~~---- ay o -----~------ ------------~ /Jti.:e.~.;_.. -:f- [j-t ;_,.t;;.:_ . I a t --------~------~~------------------------------~------------------------- ,. .-·-·- --·--r ...
  • '# . ..J 1 9 AUG - 966, 1 APPROVED FOR RELEASE 1993 CIA HISfOR/CAI. RrllEW PROGRAM ME~!OR.ANDUH SUBJECT FOR: · Chief, Contract Personnel Division • . Contract Amendment 1. · Tt is requested that the ·contract as amended for .......... Contractor, which expired 4 Ap~ ~hrough 31 July 1966, and . that also effective 31 July 19.66 it_ is to be terminated. . . . ~Independent ·2.: Concurrent with th~ termination it is requested that the contract be amended to provide for a . terminal payment C?f $1,6_ 7. 5 which consists of: a. Term ina 1 bonus. of $1·, 500. tn recognition c.f le.n gthy perto~ of loyal service· ~ncy, and the modesty of . his · income. b. The cost of one'round. trip air fare in the amount of $157. · 3. view of concurs · in tenure of servi~e in • Broe. Chief tern Hemisphere Division ., * .. . . ng :::Approved as an extension o! co.ntract' through 31 July 1966; as notice of exp iration and a~. an amendment 0:uthoriz ing the terminal payment . sp e cified ·above. ·• ~: -:· ..... ·-, . , • • .a l ~ . .... . "· ., " ,. ·, .
  • . . . .. ' : · PPROVED fO~ ~~SE 1993 . A CU HSlORICAl ~l.~ ~OC~M , .. .. GENERAL RELEASE . Know All Men By These Presents, that for and in consideration of th~ medical care and treatment and other consideration provided me by reason of -my injury suffered on ~A ----- do !emise, release, acquit, satisfy, and at forever 'discharge the said - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - of an .from all~ 4 and all manner of action and actions, cause.~nd causes of action, suit, I :· · debts, dues, sums of money,. accounts, reckonings, bonds, bills, . .· specialities, covenant~, . . contracts, controversies, agreements, prom~ses . . ,. variances, ; trespasses, damages, judgments, executions, claLms and de~anc. : whatsoe~er, in law or in ~quity, which aiainst -------------------- ever had, 'now has or. which his heirs, executors or·a~~in~s. . trators, h~r~after cap, shall or may ~ave; for, upon or by re ason of any matter, cause or thing whatsoever, from the beginning of the world t c ..the .. . day of th~ date of these presents; I ~ here.by · acknowledge that I have completely recovered from the :. :' :..above said ;injuries and . have nq after effect from said injuries of any · - · kind or nature whatsoever. In Witness Whereof, I have 12thday - - ofRu gu~t, .. .. " he:r-~unto set my hand and seal o·n the in the year of .our . Lord one thousand nine hundred ~' and sixty six • Sea led and Delivered ip our
  • IS ION CHIEF l:l i''£ QU~LIFiiO D ES~< I fRClol j ACTING I SU 3 D~VOUR I STATION CONTRACT At-1ENDt1ENT AND EXTENSION .:.criO:I i!EilU I~ CD • R£FE?.£SCES 1. SUBJECT. HAS BEEN ACCEPTED FOR EMPLOYMENT BY THE· RAULAND CORPORATION, A SUBSIDIARY OF THE ZENITH RADIO. CORPORATION, LOCATED AT 1900 N. AUSTIN AVENUE IN CHICAGO, AND EXPECTS TO LEAVE THE MIAMI AREA FOR CHICAGO ON 10 AUGUST 1966. AS A RESULT, HE IS BEING TERMINATED AS A JMv/AVE CONTRACT AGENT EFFECTIVE 31 JULY 1966. HO·IEVER, JMV/AVE HAS BEE.N PLANNING . TO TERM I NATE SUBJECT FOR THE PAST . SEVERAL . MONTHS, WHICH IS WHY A REQUEST TO RENEW HlS CONTRACT viAS NOT· FOR·/ARDED PRIOR TO .THIS TIME. · ~ SUBJECT HAS . EEN HORKING .. FOR . JM'/AVE SINCE 4. APRIL 1960. B PRIOR TO THAT DATE HE WORKED FOR THE HAVANA STATION FROM MID-1959 . UNTIL HIS EVACU.ATION AND ARRIVAL IN · THE U.S~ ON 18 J ANU.tRY 1960. . . . 2. . 3. IN V .IEW OF THE LENGtH OF LOYAL SERVICE THAT.SUBJECT HAS . RENDERED JH'/AVE OUR I NG THE LAST S.l X YEARS,. IT IS REQUESTED THAT HIS t -· c . NTRACT· BE EXTENDED THROUGH 31 JULY 1966 AND AMENDED 'TO PERl11 T THE O ·. PAYMENT OF A ONE Tl,t-1E TERMINATION BONUS, AMOUNTING TO THE EQUIVALENT • . · OF THREE t·ONTHS SALARY, PLUS RE IMBURS.EMENT FOR THE CO~T OF A ROUND i . TR I? TOURIST AIR· FARE BETWEEN ·MIAMI AND CHICAGO. · THE LATTER 'II LL ENABLE SUBJECT TO ATIEND A FOUR MONTH COM?ANY TRAfNING COURSE IN CH.ICAGO PR I OR TO ACTUALLY MOVING HIS FAMILY THERE~ 'IHILE.THE COMPANY HAS AGREED TO REIMBURSE H IM FOR MOVING HIS HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS AND · FAt1t'LY TO CHICAGO, THE COST OF HIS INITIAL TRIP MUST BE PAID · OUT. OF HIS OWN FUNDS, ~'HI CH ARE · YERY LIM l TED AT T.HE 'PRESENT T lt~E •. 4 • . SUBJECT RECEIVES A MONTHLY GROSS SALARY OF . $500. TOURIST AIR: FARE . QUOTED BY DELTA -AI.RlfNES FOR A ROUND TRIP MIAl11 AND CHICAGO IS $156.87. THE TQTAL· COST TO JH'IAVE OF TERMINATION 'diLL THEREFORE s;· $1,656.87, ·IN<;LUDING TAX AND . o~ouc'r 1oN. · ·· · · ·· . ~ THE BETYIEEN · THE · ·. ·. FICA ~ · · ·· ' .. DISTRIBUTION BY TAPE 3 - .CHIEF, ·JH DIVIS I ON /CONTINUED/ o /-~?SI t OISP.TCII SYI.:SOL · ANO : t:,UUSER 17034 CLASSIFICJ.TIO!t DATE e AUGUST 1966 lfQS fiLE NUI.IBc:R Y7
  • PAGE 2 5. IN VIEW OF SUBJECT'S IMMINENT DEPARTURE FOR CHICAGO ON 10 AUGUST, AND JMVAVE'S DESIRE TO TEFU"'INATE SUBJECT AND OBTA.IN A QUIT CLAIM PRIOR TO HIS DEPARTURE, IT IS REQUESTED THAT HEADQUARTERS NOTIFY US BY CABLE OF THE ABOVE EXTENSION ANO ~ENDMENr. · ~ - F { ! i I ' ~ f . ' .. .:; .. •. ., d : -------T ..-. - ·_ .i .· ........ -~:.: ., ~ . . _J~ . _..;z_ .. t_ ~~-;... . .· i"* -
  • - . ... .. . ·;"'·-.. REQUEST FOR INVESTIGATION AHD/OR TO FROM: 201 ju PROJECT AHO AREA OF ASSIGHMEHT Deputy D~rect~pSecurity 1 IOS Chief 1 CI/Operational Approval an~ Support Division SUBJECT: 21 July .1964 E ·' ! ,. ~ I _ INDI CES RESULTS BY FBI CHE CK RESULTS B .. , ' ..., ., ... I. __ . . . ..·-- =...... ... . . _,., :: :-· : cs ·- ·.· ..·'"....:. -· ·.: ::.-., APPROVED FOR RELEASE 1993 CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGRAM TO Chief' 1 CI/ OA So . r; . FROM: Deputy Director Security, IOS ~. · as =/ Indices results:~v SJ.,....<..G · ~2. · Checks were conducted at the indicated Agencies with negative ~esults: ~I ,. ONI Acsr sTATE . . .PP -D 00 0 HCUA .. .:~~~--~: ;.. ;-·:~;~=-~ esc Y_·:·t~~~·~"' .4-~::., ~:.: ~ -~ - ~-0~ o ~ ~ -D > []3. CheckS were con.C.l:.cted .at the following -Agency(tes) .!r~ · 1 wit~positive results_, reports o ·4. R04ARKS .;.:.:::: - Dcr:~estic a~e.c~ed · . ..;. -• / · ·1 t 1 ~J · • • • • • • c· . · ....__ ' / · / ~- ~"- ' ·' ' ---:.. !""· .• ·· ~ I Field Investigation has been completed_,...::::' . :: ._ ·, ; ... tion i - • . ~ ~ fav~~able, .· ./ - I I - ) I r eports will ~~ reports attached • ~--,. fol~e.w within 60 days ' I CLOSED FOil ~ 3-64 693 s ---------------- -------------~-----------~~ ( 9) 2
  • REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OR IMVESTIGATIV (AI••r• h•"deerry I copy of t Ai• - lo TO: CI/Operational Approval and Support Division Security Support Division/Office of Security SUBJECT: (Troe PROJECT "•••> CRYPTONYW , PSEUOONYW , AKA OR AliASES CI I OA FilE HO . C-76899 RI so ~ Independetlt contraot agent to b~- used in political aotion operations in _ -· INDICATE SPECIAL LIMITATIONS OR COVERAGE DESIRED IN THE SECURITY OFFICE INVESTIGATION None IF NO INVESTIGATION OUTSIDE CIA, EXPLAIN FULLY __
  • REQUEST FOR I NV EST I GAT I OH AHD -( TO Deputy Director of Security Attn: !..r. 2 A P~OJECT nU:'i~/ fOR iilE.ISE 1993 REVIEW PROGRAM FROM c SUBJECT DATE .......n . . HO. l · INDICES RESULTS REQUESTED 5· BY AREA Of •• FIELD It I I z, TRACES TRACES REWARKS f MIT I Al S FORW &• St 693 US( ~O£VIO UI [DITIOWt,
  • ,....... -- . .. MEM)RANDUM FOR: Chief', Western Hemisphere Division ATrENTION Mr. Joseph FROM Deputy Director of Security (Investigations aDd s. Piccolo SUJ?Port) S-8593 #201333 SUBJECT 1. Reference is :::ada to your request dated 4 !·.lay 1960 for a Covert Security Approval for use of the Subject as an independent contract agent to be used in_po~ti~_ aotion _ opera~io~s in the United States tmder Project . . . . 2. In accordance with the provisions set forth in Cla.ndestiDEr · S~es Instruction No. 1~5 ·ana. ClandeatinT"'"Serrices Instruction Field No. 10..51 a. covert se.curity a)?proval is granted -ror -the....use of the Subject, a.s described- in your request a.s set forth in paragraph 1 1 above. 3· Subjects of covert security a.pprova.ls are not to represent themselv es as, nor are they to be re:preseDted a.s, employees of CIA. 4. Your attention is caJ.led to the fact that a covert secUrity approval does not constitute cauplete ccm,plla.nce with the provisions of CIA Regulation 10-210. 1here:t:ore1 i:r..,ml_ should: desire · at a later date to cha.Dge the status a:r use ~ this ihdiVid.Ua.l1 a request -tar approval to cover a.n:r proposed chaDge should be subm.:1.tted to thl.s office. I <::. ':'· :.·: -.~ ~ .- "- . 11.:·.:::-..- s - & ;~) - -~~ · :. . 1 J,:, _ ::_. __ .i 5· 1his approval becomes ~d 1n the event the SUbject's services a.re not utilized withill six moDths"'-Of--the date of this memoraDd:um. jc · ·~ -:. ;- - 1 -.. · : • I ,-:_ [ ,_; I i ., • _, FOR 'mE DIREC'roR OF SECURITI: . : ~j • I · :__ _ : _ ·.:- , . ' ____ _ .··_ _ -· I ·: : . ;.-,-,- I , ·- .---- .- 1 I : 1 · . ...: · ~ ~!-'. ! : · · ~- -~· -· "'-- .t ~ 1 CL 23SD r :;::::=.'l3S::L: J / 5 '::rt_ r· . -{1. 1 ~··· .f, ·· W:.. -- --- - -1 h ··----::--1 !4 ! , )d~ I·- · . ~.:L ·· '·: .I .I . : :a :~c . ::.y6J :.t ;· .'-":, ~-~) . l .r. ~ ! .:-..., I r . ,. ,.,..,, W_UP"!S)£f*JCK~-W5 .-;~;~i~:
  • .. . ; _) /.... - . ~- PR ·J NO. • PER SONAL RECORD QUESTIONNAIRE PART I IS STR!'::TIO·V 3 : • - BIOGRA PHICAL IN FORHATl OH NAME .. 'NA .' ~6 ( !. ,, . t) ( fidd le) NAME ( F i r s t) L. Danla.rd 2. wr j t e GEHERAL P ERSONAL AH D PHYSI CAL DATA SECT I ON I 1 . 5:)0 l. Wri t e clea r ly . 2 - A. n swer a I I qu e ~t ion .a . 1 ( quest i on is not app I i c ab l e , ] . At t 6 C h b l ttnlc pdles, i f additional so•ce is needed . i IN NATI VE LANGUAGE OR SCRIPT ( '1 4 C) a.u-k.G' (f 7 NAME AT B IR TH di Heron t th • n I tem 1 - ) 3- ;a 4 L I AS E S . NICKN AM ES, TE L ECODES. LEG 4L CHANGE ::. IN NA.WE (State tJme. f or re /Js on ""a plac e or u • •) !;. ' ~~~- DATE OF BIRTH 5· l~ 17,1917 PERSONAL HA B ITS ( L iqu o r , 1· P LACE OF 81 RTH Imballt.t Joc1:U driJJkar. II)' 'bali8v'oQ to iz:xhJ,_. 1D ~- COU R T R ECORD ( Co urt , II · cw. dr u• •· • -bl in •• para• o u r •J arre~t s , date, char.es , ~. ~hl p un i.sh• ent • , •enten ces, . & :Jna ar to haft acqui ta ls ) 1WRC'lBl fOR REtUSt''3. em iliSTORICAl. Rf.'tiWIIROGRIIM ·-··.. ~ DESCRIPTION (U se Amer i can standa r ds of mea.surementa, 9. ]9b. S EX 9"· :t , .. 9h· ]· J. 1 CO L OR OF HAIR gm. AGE APP ARE N T AGE ) 9i . COL OR OF EYES a Uxv.JD (t.b~:ctdDi I gd . In. 9C · em:::;e .. . HE I Qf T ~ j9 e • WE I GHT g 1 gj. TEETH btowD li:ocd 150 gf. 9 k· i f pouible ) ~ E X ION BUILD :noclq 9 9• 9 I. -- ~--- ~~h aptt) ~E SCARS AND MARKS OR OTHER DIST INGUISH I NG FE4TURES ~ gn . GENERAL APPEARANCE ~. ~ Cood--a-.a'tt G;;JOOth go. PROMINENT FE ATURE S ·~na 9 P. OTHER IDEN TI FYIN G FEATURES ' !nna IG: ATTA O/ SAMPL ES OF SIG.VATURE AIV O HAN Dif'RITI !• FORM NO. I JUL 56 I 0 50 •• , LAc. s •HIC H MAY s1· 9 sa 10 RW 1£ US ( D. ' . / ALSO DATED PHOTOGRjfH/AND FINGERPRINTS , IF OBTAINABL E 1 :: ~- - . ~ ~ ! -w~ - - .. (.&· 20) a c sa
  • · ·...... . "" ·~;4~,- i •• S£~TION I· - I • • Cl Tl ZEHSH IP II PRESENT CITIZENSHIP 2· NAT IONALITY AT BIRTH AND ANY SUBSEQUENT Cl Tl ZENSHIPS ( If different thl!n Item J.) :looa 4· PERM ANENT (I I di /fer en t ADDRESS than I te"' J ,) ~ 5· 6· IF U.S. NATURALIZED CITIZEN . TRAVEL OUTSIDE GIVE NAME, DATE. COUNTRY OF PRESENT RESIDENCE CITY AND NUMBER ( Countrie2, OF date:s CERTIFICATE ~Jnd GRANTED purpo:ses ) 0..3..1.-1llt.omit.~· beW8on 1917 atJ1 l9J.7J t~ aqboa]SnaJ m.2 1~-1947......Qwved vita the U.:J .A ...¥. 1u :TOt J8'C'l"1 ca • GDl Pua-to • SECTION 1. • FINANCIAL 2. STATUS TITLE 3· ~ (Ea rninQs , b•nk deposits, SECTION IV 1. • OCCUPATIONAL AND FINAHCIAl. DATA Ill PR ESENT OCCUPATION Olma~D~ 4· t.m1ni"K• !lico. SALARY ( Per annu"' ) 2J.6Q se cu rities and property) ORGAHIZATIONAL AFFILIATIO"S MEMBERSHIP IN RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS riot.~ 2· PRESENT AND PAST MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS• POLITICAL AFFILIAT I ONS • SECTION EDUCATIONAL DATA V I. SCHOOLS NAME AND LOCATION OF SCHOOL OATES ATTENDED NAME OF, COURSE DEGREE RECEIVED 1938 1-!ahnna• ~ Civil~ z. 19J.O LANGUAGES AND DIALECT S COMP ETEHCE LANGUAGE WRITE READ (List b elo• each language in whi c h y ou p o:s:se2s any degree of c ompeten c e .) NO YE S SP £AK NO YES U N DER S T AND NO YES NO ·r 2 -- -~ *'-%._. ¥% ¥ Jo~ ; • ~ .c.-....:..
  • e ~St::CTI ON VI SPEC IAL QUALIFICATI O S AND INTERESTS N 1. IND I CATE ANY TIDN O ATE S. z, SPECI AL ~R i l i NG. SKILLS, GIVE DETAILS ABIL ITIES , H OBB IES IN.::LUOING TITLES O F SU CH AS RADIO, BOOKS OR PHOTOGRAPHY, AR TICLES, ALSO P<AMES Of PUBL I SHERS AND P U BLIC A • ETC • .• • • HILITARY SERVICE SECTION VII DATES C DUN TRY UN I T ,,..a .. DUTY* TO ~.3..!. . 942 9J.1 ti .J .A. 91.7 1958 • I D E N TIFY I N G C OUNTRY. RANK ~ tm:q ~ Rcrca IN DICATE WHERE ~ Uriane~ SE RVICE PERFORMED, 0£CORATIONS, WHEN AN D WHY DI SCHAR G.ED . GIV E DETAILS IF 'liAR PRISONER , !3arved vith 9J.t.h iltcdlllrdua.to Croup lwee' A' I3u7 ~. r4mltlhl, SUt.folkt ~ nnd • Sbo* 12th ~iPSioD OWir ~~ ~ f4 WU' &'5 S1;nl"" Lgft 11 r07t' 16 ~. Li'bornt.ed b;( 1nus= ~ 4D1 ~ to ~ 11ma. na~ to u.s. t• remW11~ in 194). Sl~ et.t..tomd ~ i'18lAlt CWI&; VQn811 i'ie14t Jm.-i<:a; wd U...1. Air sa..~ liSco. 4QWn OD e I · INDI CA T E CHRONOLOGICAL. HI STORY OF EMPLOYMENT LIS TING LAST POSITION FIRST. INCL USIVE OAT ES ( F rom-To ~~ 5~eo. ·I 1 4. TYPE OF 5S _z. : lAPLO YER !,.,._.. ___ 5· WORK f.r~ ,.n~ ~ I · .. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY SECTI ON VIII NOTE: SA L ARY ~m'o1pal 0 ~ EARNINGS $Uot INCLUSIVE DA TES (F rom-To 2· eovt.. 6· J , A DDRESS !~ RE A SON INCLUDe ANY. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMEVT . Citv Ball, CW. FOR LEAV I NG CubaD rwalutioll .. 3· EMPLOYER AD DR ES S I ~1~951~~ -~J~~a~~~~~~~l~95~S~~~ ·~~~~~~~gS~~Cc~~~·~_J.~Ea~tn~DD~•~OW.~~--------------------__j Z 14· 5· 6· TYP E OF WOR K SALARY OR l.S4loa:aJl 1. 3 $ TYPE O F I:.wx>r 1. 4. TYPE $ ' OF WO IK ~~ I · I NCL US IVE , ~95D S SALA RY :1:>tt z, OATE S (Fro m•To il95l - l95l J, . I OR r... EMPLO Y ER :b:.cl ADDRESS a/o ~·~~ of !..t:&bor 6· EARNI NGS . .,.. F OR L E AVING tab~ abaft poaitiml to E0 EM PL OYE R S· ~pootor INC L U SI VE REASON ~u!Jcm ~ WORK 1 4 rti IN C L US IVE O A T ES ( From-To ~ z, 1951. -1951 : 4· EARNIN GS REASON F OR L E A V ING t • ...;~ ~ ~'t~ t;nkncMJJ 3· A D DRESS ?iL'v dal ll1o l6 · ~S ·~ At AtRY O R E A; I_N~G~s____ ~ S~ L~ ~~~~ R;N_ I s U(lt;• . E. RE AS ON FOR L E A VI N G D AT ES ( From•To l95l.' ! 4 · TYPE O F .!D RK , • • jC.,r.aral. -.·olico -~• 3 _ o;?T'ET .. ·-- - - - -.....-&C~ '11!1!11' .... -"'I"'fC-S'!I L!l!ll , .f"dW.fl¥•t~_, . .....-....~···~~ 11!1 -, -- -. ~
  • • MARITAL STATUS SC:CTION IX CHECK ONE :I I STATE I . 2· PLAC E OATE. I MARR I EO ~ s INGLE ANO REASON FOR I I ISEPARATED lwi OOW EO SEPARATIONS. ALL DI VO RCES OR lo I VORCEO 1 . . I I ANNUL L E D ANNUL ME~ TS ' :a WI FE OR H US BAND : 3. IF YOU HAVE BEEN MARRIED MORE THAN ONCE , INCLUDING ANNULMENTS, Gl V lNG DATA REQU I RED BELOW FOR A LL PRE V IOU S MARRIAGES. (Fit" at) NAME OF S P OUS E ( Middle) Cla1"a .c. DATE OF MARRIAGE (Nee) PLACE OF FORMER WI FE OR HUSBAND (Lnt) de Illl'k8r PLACE OF MARRIAGE 1· SHEET FOR ~ !:l8ll 5· USE 1945 6. DATE OF BIRTH ~12. 8 · 1917 NATIONALITY AT 9. Bl RTH • .,.-.; ;. SUBSEQUENT C ITI ZENSH IP S ~ Cubm 10- BIRTH Cuba PRESENT RES I OENCE (I.. a~ re3idence, • t <1<>cea3ect) CHI LOREN SECT I ON X SEX FULL NAME w ~~~- Ilu'k8r F :t YEAR OF B I RTH 1947 PLACE OF BIRTH NATIONALI TY AT SIR TH • tcblCubul .s. - Jceica- 3.Y.I. I I I I •suBS E QUENT CITIZENSHIPS HELD BY ANY CHILO ( Identify I c hild and •ive hi a , or her , present addre••) I ~ • SECTION XI ''b~w::l S· • SUBSEQUEN T C I T I ZEN SH I P S FATHER 2 . YEAR O F B I RTH 6· FULL NAM E ...... B IR ~ 17· a••••• 6. ,3. PLACE OF 1 ·· BIR TH ~~.Cub& l" OCCUPA Tl ON ~ ]··~=TY AT BIRTH PRES EN T RES IDENCE MOTHER 2. YE ARO F BIR TH :ccCQaC s. UUB!U!OU ENT C ITIZ EN SHIPS PLlCE O F Ca 21:t0'a, OCCUPAT IO N SECTION XII I · , 3. NA T IONAL I TY AT BI RTH Cl~D PRES~S I .OENCE .. " --·. .7 ..-: Y. 2¢
  • • SEX FULL 'lAME • ~ Jo~. . BROTH ERS AN D SISTERS SECTION XII I YEAR ~F 81 R TH P L ACE OF 81 RTH NAT I ON AL I TY AT 81 RTH 0 I ·- I I I I ! I •suBSEQUENT CITIZ ENSHIPS HELD BY ANY BROTHER OR SISTER ( Iden tify bro t he r , or • i.Jte r and !live hi:t , or he r . pr e sen t addr es:t) • ' I. c REL ATI VES, ACQUA I NTANCES AND CONTACTS SECTI O XIV N NAME S OF RELATIVES IN ANY GOVERNMENT SERVICE• . INDICATE NAME OF GOYERNMEN TS AND POSITIONS HELD . !:» ':nM! ,_ RELATI YES . FRIENDS, CORRESPONDENTS IN U.S. ( Explain rei ation :thi p ) ~t.~ 3· NATURALI ZATION OF CLOSE REL AT I VES I N u.s. (G iv e n,..e , date, city and n umb~r of certjfjcate Qranted) l,;o·t. l=::m 4. NAMES . ALIA S ES. SERVICE. TELECODES AND RELATIONSHIP OF ALL PERSONS KNOWN TO BE CONNECTEO IN ANY WAY WITH A_NY INTELLIGENCE ~t, ir:~ • .. PERSONAL ASSOCIATIONS SECTION XV L IST CLOSE ASSOCIATES. La=t a:~'tOZ'nlf.'J t :~.lel. ..u~ Dr.:.~ Dr. • SECT I ON XVI INDIVIDUALS OR GROUPS Salllm, ~ :.:J..ari, ?.zoa.rauor• Ulttversi1V o£ 14bl•• aa~ . HI SCELLAHEOUS ' 5 1 G.'IATURE DATE 5 - // / . -- " - - 8,•• I
  • ,APPROVED FOR RElEASE 1993 . CIA HISfORICAl RDtEW PROiiRAM lB January 1960 HUORA.NDUM FOR: Director of Security Attention:. Alien Affairs Branch SUBJECT Exfiltration from Cuba of Bernard BARKER I 1. This memorandum will confinn recent conversations between Hr. William Cotter of your office and Mr . R. Landreth of this Division regarding assistance from the Immigration and Naturalization Service relevant to the exfiltration from Cuba of Subject. It has been arranged that Subject be exfiltrated the morning of and landed at Homestead Air Force Base outside of i1iami. ~.!lr assistance ilr havln.g Subje-et paroled to the ~m Dirlsion representative in-Miami was requested and received. At the emphatic reque~t of :rns, relayed to us by your office, this Division has made it abundant~ clear, by cable to Habana and telephone to our representative _ in Hiami, that the initial cooperation of :rns with regard to granting parole st~tus to Subject did not imply that any special consideration would be given to Subject in his ~est for resident status and the ~gaining of u.s. citizenship~ and i'urth&rmmoe that Subject shou~ in no circumstances initiate_any action towards these ends while in the -Ygted States on a parole basis. - ~ ~-2. 18 January in 3. To re-emphasize the foregoing to Subject, this Division will advise its Miami representative (with whom Subject -..dll be in contact on arrival) to spell out with vehemence and clarity the limitations inherent in Subjectts parole status. Subject will be advised that aJJiY attempts to obtain resident status or rega:in U.s. citizenship can only be initiated at such time as Subject will be able to do so in the nonnal fashion from another countr,r. - 4. As a detemination regarding Subject-~ ~Sible utilization by' us m a Latin American cruntr,r other than Cuba has no y t been made, this Division is present~ unable to give an accurate estimate of the length of time Subject will remain in the United States on a parole basis. A satis.factor,r reso]J}+i ~ of this matter is the object of our "urgent considerat~:snBWever; and no effort will be spared to respect the wishe~ of INS -with regard to Subject during the intervening period. Chief, WH/m·
  • / DATE TO I ·• OIRECT'J! .J/.r: 15 1628z 6o FROM • ACTION, INFO HH 5 • (·.1-1 rs:.u::) TD~PJ t::)F' .'.; 11'·0 15 Jn: •So) D/DCI, DD/P, COP, A/00/P/P, Cl, =:I/0PS, CI/JA S/C 2 OPERATIONAL IMMEDIATE APPROVED FOR REI.£ASE1993 1 - - - - - - - CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW TO DIR RE HAVA 3216 DIR 1. . 0 - UPON RETURN STAT ION PLAN, SUBJECT TO CONCURRENCE FROM M081 LE END OF l ~EEK, IS AS FOLLWS: ---~~~~~·, IS SCHEDULED TO f'LY SEVERAL BOX£S OF STAT ION A• . . . FILES A~ID RECORDAK EQUIPMENT TO HOMESTEAD AIR BASE FLORIDA ON 18 JANUARY. 0900 HOURS ETA HtM:STEAD 1030 HOURS. 2 IN ADDITION PLANE ETO CREYI~Af'{) MR ~FFICIAL, WILL ACCOMPANY PLANE. B. ~AS ADVISED FOREIGN OFFICE MD FORNOFF WILL NOTIFY CAMPO LIBERTAD THAT SECOND SHIP~ENT IS TO BE FL~N OUT MORNING 18 JAN.• FROM EXPERIENCE Of FIRST SHIPMENT AND PAST EXPERIENC~ ENTERING .J!:-o!l .- MD LEAVING CAMPO • LIBERTAD WITH PASSENGERS IT IS KNOWN THAT OCCUPANTS CAR ARE NOT REQUIRED IDENTIFY SELVES WHEN PASSING GUARD AT GATE. MJREOVER THERE IS NEITHER 'lt+11GRATION NOR CUSTOMS INSPECTION AT PLANE SIDE BY ,CUBAN AUTHORITIES. C. ON MORN ING 18 J~~-WILL DRIVE ~_. ~S STAYING AT SAFEHOUSE IN . . . . WILL THEN. CHAUFFEU~ HIS SIDE AT CAMPO Ll BERTID. TO HC+E Of . . . . PARTMENT BUILDING • COP I LaT4 AND ~TO PLANE UPON ARRIVI''- /lT PLAHE SID~LL GO .BOARD MD REY.AIN OUT OF SIGHT £1:THEP. 1~1 COCYJ'IT AREA OR TOILET OF PLANE. NO PROBLEM .. · ENVISIONED IN HIS 80AHDitJG PLAtiE THIS ,r-.WJNER AS PLANE PARKED AWAY FR<l-1 BUILDINGS AND OTHER PLANES. THE ISSUING OFFICE IS PROt liBITED. ij - -=--- -- = - Copy No.
  • CLASSIFIED ' OAT! s~-T I TO ) ROUTING 1 // I FROM M~AGE 4 :z s 3 6 I ACTION. INFO I PA<L 2 IN INFO TO D. 29834 HAVA 3216 Cm _.AND. . . . WILL ARRIVE SIMULTANEOUSLY. AS SOON AS BOXES ARE LOADED ABOARD PLANE DOOR WILL BE CLOSED At-.0 PLANE WILL TAXI TO AIR STRIP At-V TAKE OFF. 2. CHANCES OF STOPPING At() INTERROGATION SLIGHT, WOULD BE THAT BE RECOGNIZED BY AN OFFICIAL WHO ALSO IS Ao/AR£. THAT HE IS BEING SOUGHT. 15 WORST THAT COULD HAPP£N MINUTE PERIOD THAT THIS COULD ONLY TAKE PLACE DURING THE APPROXIMATELY ~ULD RESIDENCE TO PLANE SIDE. & DRIVING CAR F ALIBI WOULD BE THAT ~AD ONLY A FEW DAYS BEFORE APPLIED TO Et-eASSY FOR JOB AS CHAUfFEUR Af'.D WAS BEING TRIED OUT ON I '' ~ on-10 ~ CLAI~1 NEVE~ HAS BEEN AWAY FOR WEEK COULD 4 TO HAVE ~ SEEN HIM BEFORE A~WOULD GIVEn£ ALIBI WHICH.-.. V..UULO PROBATIONARY PERIOD SUPPORT. SINCE IT NOT PUBLICLY KNOWN THAT. . . . . . IS _.,OULD HARDLY & 3· WANT~~B~ AUTHORITIES CRITICISED fOR CONSIDERING HIM FOR EMPLOMNT AS A CHAUFFEUR. If AT ANY TIME PRIOR TO ACTUAL TAKE OFf IT APPEARS UNWISE TO PROCEED WITH EXFILTRATION PLAN DUE TO PRESENCE OF CUBAN OffiCIALS AT PLANE SIDE OR FOR ANY OTHER REASON, TAKE OFF DRIVE 4. WILL CONTINUE PLAY PART Of' CHAUFFEUR AND AfTER PLANE . CAR BACK T-BUILDING. ..........,.,_._~ _,.,. IT IS S HlCER£ BELIEf' OF COS THAT CHANCES OF COMPROMISE: A~ MJST RD4JTE. OF~RACE, CCf·1PLETELY BI-LINGUAL. DRIVING A CAR WITH DIPLOMATIC PLATES ~ ITH A CAP ON At.'D CCm-i?AN lED BY T-10 OFFICERS IN UNIF0f}1 H£ Copy No. r ~ ~ ,.. ... ,· . =-~:;· ol ~ : · - ~·. ::·.;:-.~ . . I
  • ClASSIFIED MESSAGE DATE s~· : TO - - ROUTING -c.- , 1 2 3 ('/ I FROM ) ~ s I 6 ACTIONa INFO I PAGE 3 INFO TO CO~T HAVA 3216 CITE SHOULD ENCOUNTER NO TROU3LE AT GATE ·JHERE INSPECTION IS GENERAL 2)834 IN ~lJST CASUAL. IN ION AROUND PLANE AT TIME OF LOADI NG LITTLE CHANCE ANYONE ·1 ILL NOTICE HOW MANY GO ABOAR:> AND COt-£ OFF PLANE. FILED: 151400Z Ef0 OF ~SSAGE * ( 4) Hqs was exploring the possibility of direct exfiltration hims e lf - no depe ndents. ·-. THE ISSUING OFFICE IS PROHIBITED. . -·--··-··- -- - Copy No• . . .: .: . _ .. ~ .-..:...: · i; -: ·.~~ . ·..
  • 326/SE/LJ. f-' OATE I E DIREC70~ TO FROM f; 12 JAN K I HAVANA JAN 12 2235Z B ACTION1 WH 5 {~ WH DIV NOTIFIED 1812·12 JAN 6o) INFO Cl, Ci/OPS, CI/OA, fl, TSS 6o I 4, S/C 2 PRIORITY APPROVED FOR RELEASE 1993 HISTORICAL REVIEW TO DIR INFO RE 316o HAVA 1. (IN ON BASIS -~ i·j rI/ :;_A , HAVA CITE 3188 .)t·<-rrr' 2($86)*' REVIEW~ERSONAL .?3~ SECURITY SITUATION, STATION . CONCLUDES HIS USEFULNESS IN HAVA ENDED AND STRONGLY RECOMMENDS HE BE EXFILTRATED BY ~ST EXPEDITIOUS MEANS. A. SUGGEST FOLLOW!~: HQS SEOO--MAN SOONEST FROM MIAMI TO HAVA TRAVELING AS TOURIST ICAL DESCRIPTION: AGE 42, 5 FEET ~8, 16o POUNDS, BROWN THINNING HAIR AND EYES, ROUND FACE, . STOCKY BUILD. . . . {SPEAKS IDIOMATIC At-£RICAN ENGLISH WITHOUT ACCENT AND CAN PASS PHYSICALLY AS NATIVE AMERICAN.) . . TO CARD, ROUND TRIP AI R TICKET AND . .DOCUMENTS . THEN RETURN .MIAMI _ BY V~ADERO. HQS ARRANGE 3174 {IN OVER CUBAN LANDING· Y/00 WOULD WI~ TO RETURN~N B'l!' . HAVA TtJRN' AUTI-()RIZE 18 JANUARY (SEE 2749S). EXFILTRATION~N THIS MANNER DOES NOT REQUIRE -: DOCUf.ENTAT I ON AND PRESENTS NO PROBLEM. B. 2. AS ALTERNATIVE HQS ARRANGE WI RE DI SPOSAL ~ HAS AN THE ISSUING OFFICE IS PROHIBITED. ' ..I . Copy No.
  • CLASSIFIED M~AyE J t .. OATE I TO FROM ./ I ,.... s/c~r __, ROUTING 1 ~ s 2 3 / I 6 ACT ION , INFO I PAGE 2 INFO TO IN28530 CITf C tA £ p CITI ZENSHIP AND HAS REQUESTED HAVA 3188 TRAINING. IN VIEW HI S VALUABLE SERVICES u-S~ .........N ATIVE FLUENCY SPANISH AND KNOWLEDGE CUBAN ~CENE, RECOMMEND HE I BE GIVEN TRAINING AS APPROPRIATE AND ASSISTED RELOCATE MIAMI, WHERE HE COULD BE OF ASSI STANCE TO.......... 3· FILED: REQUEST REPLY SOONEST. 121835Z. · · y END OF f.£SSAGE •·· . ·' , r.s COM'-£NT:*~INFORMED STATION THAT AGENlS IN MILITARY SEARCHED HIS . , HOUSE M.JRNING~96o. Copy No• . · ·- --·- -- . ..... · ' #, . . -:: .. .;..· . . . - #ft.'· . ~,.!;~ . ·:· . - .,.~·-
  • .. ~tmJi ArictiiTEc:r:CJ~A~¥;;.·--: ·~~& ~-· ~ ,~-~ . ' .... ' · BU~ggiJrD.gt§tl§p~ct Wanted' _ .Con:VeritiOn -Hail Hlueprin~b Wuhlngton Poir service 1 IJJ.JDl. who was hlred at lha:c..!._A." Then ~~~ ment ion! WASHINGTO N - Barnard· White House on the recom-'lthe guy had left CIA and sai :. Jl.arker, one of the. suspects II menrla tjon of P r esident Nix- he hact·· his own public r clc ··'in the alleged plot to bug the on's sp e c I a 1 counsel -lions firm- 'l'hen at one tim I~ offices of the Democratic Na-wJarles Col:;rul -:- has rcpnrt- lhc ~lionoc.l that lhP :;111•1 l, tio_ nal Committee, attempted e~Jiy br..enrW'e s.~o~cd by thc~~~·~~~~~~~.r::!_~~~ -- __ '• la:h' year to obt·ain blueprints m a bot~ .le lllCldcnt. Hunt I ' . . ·-· .. .... ' ...., s . . -~ ~~ avotdl!d ".!:~men and f 9,( th!f..Mlilmt.J~.JJn_v?n- has br-l!n &r;sp•mrlnc from hi~ I • t!..Q.n hall !IOsllts_ ;:ur;..r.m~clitio~ lfeFrrf: 1 r 10r; nS'ii'v~r for a / ~t 1W~em. ~ccru;dtn!' ln..JI Ml·/ ~~hrii'i.itOiiPuhilT: relations 1 · rum arc~tcct: . (irm I.l.at.l~'tt..M!Jll~Jl & Co. 1, "The t•mc ts ~r14ta nt b e-, ' "' . aCtiiiittm~e .nulv the Glosser , th_e archttcct who . · ~mor.rnt.ic ·nm•llnti(-m-was hcnrls · ~ Mt~tml cunsullllH! t at thecon'vCiiliC:n lfl_m . s<wl th:.tl fiJrkP•· aslf·d , r e cause . ·- a 1 ', hall,.said.the architect, Leon-~ hlm abr.ut etght ~onth~ <l(~o ! ~ ·· ard Gl.asser. lo use his pr_orc8Swnu~ lllflt•· ; . . Glasser said that Barker. ence ~o ohlatn_ hlu e!~!·mt s, or; ~ whom lie has known for more tt:c Mia~ Bcacii':CimvenltOn l · tlwn :~· vear, also · frequently~·all. · mentioned that he iwd a i '.'He came to rnr. anrt snld '. 'fant r~.~!ir:.. co n.n c..c...t..iJl n i n 1 he had a client · in Puerto ~w ~qton ... He sai~ his ; Rico ~iw ~t!!.ii!:P.r!l.i)}.T~!'!.d a name wa,s !Towars.jl.IlJpt. L:!l.!ll£L1J.!f•':l....l.!Jl1, " G!r~sser . '111e name of Howard Hunt . sn!!L " It ~o c; o J(l~i,.n l st.o. J r., former tent r a 1 Intel- ry. We ·.rcceh1l:~e'SU"i':H: ligence Agency cm p~oyes. au- · 11.~1r..Jt'lfLJ.IJ.rew !>us!, s thor and former Wlnte House ness each otiJer's wny. . • tl consultant - was found in . ·· .. plt o•.. ~...!:!_l:r!~~~" 1!~1 tJ ".!.~in g tn " flul ·_u1c cit.Y doesn't r~1 r ll' '.:!...J!LICrmH-;fli'l! f' ' of tltt' llcn:;('! ~l,un ~9 WJihoul. Oll lhnn I :.:~ ·- fi;.;_!Jl.e.U_il.LU:•s t c d In tho z:.rtwu, C.l a!;~IJr cont.l tllt":l • -Democratic National ,c o m- l''and they rl idn' t have any o - mittce's offices early on the lth e plans around. ; rr.orning of June 17. "'Then he said. 'Cv!lld 'yo!1 ~ . get th e :rir conditioning ~~ -lr ptiils-7' rt'lll'; was unr7e':'J he· * *. '() b v 5 c:::~1 r sc lvniinfif:T.cfl"w o,Jtd mnnnrv-w:nrr"t:Ti!!fll t"r' .. !(;Lif.3cr-a':~l;·r:r1CUii'ra •tc·I~f.J h o n e in terview Satur<l:'!y.j ""J:!:J.f'JJ it OCt;tillCJi_ffi_Yr:!!, ! ' when I. r ead-abou~ the (D em-~ ncralic National · Committee) brNI k-· n ......1.1lllL.Ihi.LW!.tlllJ;i ~ i lh.!'~St way to bug th!l · l plncc." ~ · .. . Gl:!·:r.o.r. dci;(!·l hr- d hy Mi-. a m i sources n~ a ~'c ll -kn r l':lnj hll~il •. e~~ · fi r.,r rr. ir l':lh~Hi Eci.icJ ;-:--;~iftfiiiJTIJ:l rrc.:r '-"''er menliuncd Hunl's narne iu CoiiilcefionwTfli ubtal nin;~ ~j .. I plans of .the convc>Jthn h:.Jl l -- to be the sceiietir1J1';th 111~ IRcpu1illG:iiahd D-'~;w!,::<!.Ur.: 1 nation a 1 con ventions this sum mer. · ; H11t.twr, the :.w~h itcr.t said, !l.lli!_~~·~-~ ~~lc ·hcr::tti C(Jtn l ng l l j ( 'l, f! ' i ~n; . . .... ,-..- T •
  • ---- ·· - - -·- U"ouhle In .Cuba .1 ~ ;Ale1nan. CaliSI . ·. . · . . : ,. . . . t._ .·. , . .. . Third of~ Serle~ . By JACK W. ROBERTS . . CUBAN POLITICAL HATTERS FOREIGN POLITICAL HATTERS CUBA - DJl·ilNICA!~ M-'UBLI C SSI.f:CH CO .......... t t: DEX r :.> •• . .••.••. ~ SERIALI ZEU••....•••• FiU: O._..•..•......' . . 1 • . • ' . -· 0 . . ________ .. .. ~"'-~··-~' . • --. ------- • ~----·· • • . .
  • ~,~~~fe~ougbt:on b_f the crue:ty of CoL Blanco Rlco,l·"provtstonaTllberty'' basis, which meant exile. · · . -~·.·. : . ~ · . .: Although Aleman refused to confirm it, there are Persistent <jzanco Rico was pollte to me on two occasions· ~bin .I ·. re~ru that at_lea&t ~ve. of the ~en ~ho : stormed the place w . .trrested by Batista's men," . said Aleman, "but J,nce and escaped WI~ thell' lives are m . M1am1 now. . . . . when the police were looking for me Blanco Rico called a1 my jAt 1 least t~o of the men. are be~eve,d ~ ~ave rece1ve ~.be wffe· an~ told ~er that she might u well buy her wi~ow'al diriJCl .protection :the -l.!mted . State~ . go~e.rn~~n~ in . ~ _e~~ clJJ'es amce he was going to kill me. . : · Cuba. . · . ' - · . · ' · ·· · · ·· .. · · · · ' · Although Aleman ·and Fidel Castro, · the man who defies · ''He took her to my father-in-law's house and kept teDin/ Bltista with a revolutionacy f.orce inside Cuba:, are not memth.at he was going to kill me. She has never recovered from bera of the aam~ o·rganiution, Ale~~:~an bas great respect for l~ock. Only today she had a spell." . . • . the 'things Castro has acq'omplished. ~ · . · . · · ·.· - .. :.-. ·: · · • · • • . Pointing out that · Castro'~ fight has publicized the plight· -~::.· ·..; .. .....,..~ ;Intelligen~e Chief Killed · · of th~ anti-Batista ~orces, ~em_an uid _ efforts are being _ made CoL Blanco Rico was killed after the incident involving to ~te all the vanous anti-Batista factions_. .· . . · · t'"'-l·em1m wife, but Aleman said he didn't want to live ther.·• · I • N .d d .. · .· . ··· ·· -· · that he ordered the colonel's death. Free E ections ee e , ·· · · · · · · .· · · : "Tbat is ·as it should be," said Aleman. "Once fr . . elec"Baatist.a claims that the..Dir~ctorio killed Blanco Rico, ut tions are established in · Cuba it will be tim~ enough ~o; each h s never bt:~ proved, u1d Aleman. .. .. . _ . . 1 to go his own way." · : · . . . . . . . . . .. Aleman point~d o~t, bow~ver, that ·Am~ricans ue beein· Aleman said he ia opposed ~ the Idea of "broth~ killin, 'IIP'ntn.io,." in Cuba and would much prefer for Batista to simply mng to take a ~e~n mterest. lD Cuban afiall's. ,· . . . "'lifeW!qulSh control of the country rather than have a revolu- · ..People stop me on the streets and ask what 1 gomg on ., , in Cuba,'' 'laid Aleman. · · ·.. 1 · ..I find myself talking to perfect stranger~, telling them. . ~em an, ~e or the ~ew Cuban 'leaders W~O will SP,eak' I albt the deatb and torture Batista has inflicted on my pel] e. ra1ght and still allow his name to be used, aaid he expecta .: · American a y veterans approach me often uying ey return ·to ~! and fight Batista if the strongman :refuses .' w to fight Cuba's liberation." ' · .. · relinq_~h controL . ~ • :- . i.-1 mand . era, a vet~~!!l.e und~rground move nt "I ·hav~ ta 10 ., -laid Alem.an simply · •. · · ·· in !Cu a_ now living in !.fiami, .back;d ·-u_p- Al~maii) st_ r:r of o · ' ' 7 . · ' ' ·1 torture inflicted by Cuban police. ,;-:;__!::--· ..... .i .' . · • ---: , 1 close a_ssocia~ of Aleman's is Alb Mora, ~ a me • j Once closely allied ·' lith Sen, J.:'oni, Perez; wu captured, ~the Dll'ectono and son or the"Tate Sen. ~ene.!ao Mo , ·.; bl the police and ~uestioned _about Mora'l · wber~abo~ts~ ,. tary 'llltelligence. I· 0: I. (J; C~n!~~~ed on 2 Water · · :.. · ·. 1 D-~nied F~od And(eft ~or days ..without ··food-·0~·· wa~r~ Perez Said_ he. was . ·l Alel·.,.;"'nai ·. Blastr I .• . . :. . , . .:_ : · , t -Batista~s"Rrile: ·..:::.:~:-!~, ~~~': :h·~.:~ ·~·~.m::,~~~ -~ ~~ -, ,.· - .'. . ... : hP--=-- · -•. ___ _ ·- . . P•vet-A, Col. his hands cbamed behind his back. Guards beat him Wlth .w~ps try~g to get .him 1to.. tell wher_ Moi~ _ ~d~;:'·"Peru ' e was_ ~ 1herted by other anti-Bahsta Cubans. .· · · , ~ ·· · . ..I could not for,et that arz~;~y leaders ldlled my friends 1 ~nd brothers," ' uid ine exile active in underground wort ::- :~ •. c .:: . ·.. . '~-~ . ·.....:. · : . ·.· . . Continued f.r~m was klled in the assault on the palace March ' 13. and hu ~here in · Miami. ••They must all piy; So bow could you say become a symbol of herois~ .. t~ the under~~und.' · that getting rid of. Batista would solye · anything? .Some~ne wasn't with my .father durl'!l ~e ~ssault~. .. Mora· ex- J~ in . Ba~ista's _ gr*p would _ have to take p_ er. the:~.~ v ·:.IlalJtJeo ta The News, ••although I p1apned ~-~-: "--: .. · :of/{government 10 that the Batista men could nay m offi • Mor.a went on expJ:~in that just prior 1o. the .att~ck he, ! i ~The bitterness of civil ~tri!e is ~lready wrapped aro 1 d father .and two other, men were, sto,tJped ~:¥ the ~lice. ~~ c a's neclc like a shroud. · · ,; . - ; ·· . - . . leader of the underground, the . 'elder M.o~a was a much !.· Tomorrow: Fulgencio Batista: Communist fighter or Com·. •ught after figure. The son grappled with polic~ and allowed munist symp•thi~r? .... ,· ,.;.. ... ... .... ;;., ,~·~·-i. •: .-- k , ..., ,e..:~:·.·:·;:~. .·:.: ._,_. -.• : : ;.-- :> : · "~ :> to- ·· ~ · · .· · ;.... .· ! P••• 1 ·i:· . lath~ and. the other men to es_ca~~· : ,~~-~::· :~~>:·:-::: ntually Granted Exile . ·, ·;· -~.-...-~:.~y -;j . · . t s ~ ·· When ·the assault .on the palace ~k place, -young <1 a in jail. Refu~;ing to !ldmit that.'be had any lmowle~ of . .. . ~y won __~ d om. on - ~ · l._.f~. !l~ -~I!._Palac~! ~~ra ~!~ua_ - /. (1} - ' ~- ·
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  • Ju~ 1~72 . GENERAL INVESTIGATIVE DIVISION Attached summarizes investigation conducted 7/4/72 at Miami regarding the burglary of the office of the De mocratic Party National Headquarters. ~n 1. Barker's add ress book contains phone number for rental agency of Sunshine Towers and an apartment number. Manager of Sunshine Towers states he did not know the subjects, and states possibility exists that Frank Fiorini approached him to rent either this or another apartment in the building. 2. Barker's addr ess book also contains li~ng for Octagon Tower Apartmen ! rtme nt 4 - Aor U. Apartment 4-A is rented by ~~ CBS news representat i ve. Int ed for use by •cBS ~aff including Walter Cronkite during b~th ' s. Apa rtment 4-H rented by ¥>$?1 · 6/8/72, on a temporary basis. Being used as Miami area Headquarters for the Commi ttee to Re-elect the President. 3. The Octagon Towers contains the observation posts for both convention~ for the FBI, Secret Service, Miami Beach Police Department, Channel 10, ABC, and CBS, and Dade County Public Safety Department. 4. Sunshine Towers apartments contain observation · posts for both convections for Miami Beach Police Department and Secret Service. • WLC/mgm · •.:1r ··.; '
  • .. --... .........,....- ...... ... ..... .. -:. .-.· · ·~~. ST ~ NOMINA OF RiCHARDHELW.S Tl} BE AMBASSAt. TION TO IRAN AND CIA INTERN A TI~~JAt AND HOMESTIC f"I'f"IT'1:<:. A...1.1• • r Ir.._ HEARINGS JlJ::f'(HtJ-: 'l'l !f.: CO.t~UTTEE OX FOitEH; H1(~ L.'I ' lOX~ TTNITED STATES SITINATE YU~rT:-ATHl:X :rrr1·: OF' Tilf'.T LHD fT ET.:'IfS. 1-'0H :,!Jm JHHE C'Hl H 01' c i :~' J ' J: .J, 1 :' 'lEL LI <.:E~,l;E T T•)." •t·n J:P. .< :Excr. 1 1:x ut:-; D• ) R 'l'fl 1 1! . ~ . ::] 1 • J " 'l'IO~ .L ... XV TIO:II I:: :-:'J' lt' .'.!''I'!' JT: t:s f T h t• fehnw t·y . ~ !1l.S~. l ll('at· i n~ w n« hl.'ld ia F1.'<'11 ( in S:•-"iu!t und :'l.'(ft•l . l l '" .!' df·Cht'.. ~.if: tl!} asHl ·' '~ . · o . f i ~ ­ l. ; ;; !(.'. - fJH ·~ ~ : }H• tl U' ! "'. ~ . , t'h -,, cl:.! !<~i li Nl - i.)
  • The Cu . liJL'If..X. Did he luwc a sim .Jr. IfJ:I.>rS. Jntionsbip 1 S 0. The Cn.IJCLN. Did a mn.n named HPinaldo Pico? )J:r. HEL"s. :o. Tlif'. CHAITL'IfAN. Thr;;p nrc all mPntioHNl iu the saml' ~ton· . .Jr. llr.r,>ls. Yeo; 1 rcnlize I: bat. · Tbo CJIAUCI,N. You arc p:·obab]y familinr "ith them. ~I1·.] h:L)IS. J urn not entir·f'ly, Rir, hre:wsc l think l may hnYl' Le~:~a u wny nt che tJrtw Lhat pnrLiculnr a1·ticlc en me out. ur:nx.lm r •. nAnKEn 'flw CTiAJIDux. De Diego, <J3, is a rcnl estate salesman who wns employed in the ~li:nni real estate of!1ce o£ Bernn:·d L. Barke:·, one of the -at Pl'~ntc defPtulants. " ..aR .Jr. BnrkC'I' nn~r an em plO)'l'C or a consultnnt? ~Jr. Jh:L~lS ..During the Bay ol Pigs he was on~ of thl' Cuhan dcrh·nt.in•s who wns inYohrrcl in that. operation and it is my rN~ollection that all lim·~ ,yjt h him on Uw pa1·t of tlw .~-g-pJicy wcrC' c·limina!·l·tl :~Ol!H' timt• in til(': mitldlf' sixtie:.;. _..:.; n. matter of faer. we fonnd out lw. v:as in·oln~d in C'('l'tn ingamhl ing- nncl criminal t·lrmC'nts antl we di(ln't like the cut of I! is j i h n nd we cut. hi 111 ofl'. TIH' rn.m:o-r.~. Sn that: is :;ome time in tlw midl!~l' ~ixt!l'~. ~Jr. JT:·:Drs. Yes. sir. FR.XK STCl1GIS Thr Cn.lH~LX. And l~'rank Sturgis! wns he an rmployC>0? .lr. Hn>~s. !ever. The CJJ.liLfAX. In nny cnpacity1 ~Jr. Jh:r,.::rs. 1 am Rtii'P. of that. YlHGILIO It. GOXZ.LES Tho C'H .TJDLN. Did l mention Virgilio H. Gonznl{'s? ~rr. HEL,s. You didn't. bnl he wns not cithor·. Thr. CiiAllDfAN.lie. hns' ne-C:i' been in a similar position t ,] r. I fl.:r.>rs. So. ·' The. Cu.un'"'"'· And .Tnmrs '. TlfrConll )if I I-Im.. :u~. Yes~. sir: lw was actually an employee of t l1c ..g(•tJey. Thr CH.TIDP.:-;. Op until wliC'n? Afl'. I fET.)f~. L7 p 11ntil 2 years: 2 or 3 yenr5 ago. The CH.IIDTA1'.;'. Dnt sinet~ t lwu he has had no rcbtionship? ~li'. 1-fr.L)rti. X one whatf'Ycr. The CHAlJt~[.N.lle hasn't been on a rdainer? Mr. H::urs. Of any kind. ~{·nntor SY::'IIlXGTOX. llir. C'hnirman. coul~l I ask a qn~·~tion? Tho CnImtAX. Anybedy rnn interrupt. Senntor SY.:nxnTox. Vhy did he lc:tn! tht.· ..:rcncy? :fr. JlJ:I.)IS. nPtirf'rl, sir. J1p h~:u] ~i'I''.'C·ll hi£:-:. l inw :ll 1 fH• jn~·t h•f! uf his own ft·re will and on his rr-tin•nH'llL SC'nator SY)ri"S'GTOX. Did hl~ gt't. n ]Wnsinn y;hpn hr. n't i n·d ? 1 X
  • , ...· . .. . , . ,( ' I • 'I!' I • . ·..:· ...... , ... " INVESTIGATION RE: WATERGATE ' . )- -------------~NT FACT '·."' ... . . .: ( ··' . .) '' appea~ed There ~T .. in the Office of the State Attorney, Sixth Floor, Metropolitan Dade County Justice Building, 1351 ·N. W. 12th Street, Miami, Florida, on ... ' Thursday, July 12, 1973, at approximately 5:05 p.m., the following: RICHARD E. GERSTEIN State Attorney ' ' '. ~tART . ~~ CLARA BARKER 5229 N. W Fourth Street . Miami, Florida IN DARDIS Investigator State Attorney's Office 0 . ~ • 4 .. JEAN BO W1-1AN Reporter I • I ~ WHEREUPON THE WITNESS WAS DULY SWORN AND TESTIFIED UNDER OATil AS FOLLOWS: I . CLARA BARKER BY MR. GERSTEIN: .... · Q ·. ~ .. What is your full name, please? A I Clara U. Barker. The "E" stands for Elana (phonetic). Q You're the wife of Bernard Barker? A Yes. Q Where do you live? A 5229 N. W. Fourth Q ~vhcn Stree~, did you first learn Miami, Florida. ~f your husband • s relationship and involvement with the people in the Watergate situation? A Q CLAI~ .' I ( . . When it came out in the pape.r s the next day. Have you ever met E. Howard llunt? BARKER -1-
  • .. .. . ' . • • • • 0 ·~ ,.· .. . .... •· >I ~ -. ... . l ' : . Yes, I've known him for -quite a number of How do you know him? A ... {. .I A Q ;- In the Bar of Pigs, when he was here and ~ years. ' r knowri to Cubans as Eduardo. Q A Q 't. 't , : • •,• . I 0 ·. .. Do you know the other persons who were I know him now. . .·~ Well, I should clarify that. 1 • . . . ,, Do yo u know John McCord? Q J '._ I No. A • • i •• I Do yo u know G. Gordon Liddy? . .. ', ' Yes, a very good friend of mine. Q t Did you know Dorothy Hunt? A ., : • arrested at Watergate with your husband? ~ •. A Oh, yes, Mr. ~(art inez and Mr. Sturgis. . Gonzalez is the one I least know, but the others I know. f' . ... ·. / Q ' Do you know the amount of money paid your husband for his involvement in the Watergate situation? I A .. . .. . ., No. Q ... 'I . · Did anyone contact you after your husband's arrest in regard to helping you financially? ' A • .. o I o I will ask my attorney. Just a minute. (Whereupon the witness left the room to consult o with ~er ·. t attorney and returned.) THE WITNESS: Yes, it's all right. The question I ·, was - - 1 (Whereupon the que stion was read by the reporter.) TilE WITNESS: Which ar r est? t-IlL GERSTEIN: Any of them. THE WITNBS S: contacted us. Well, on the first arrest, nobody I want you to know, all this talk about money is a danmed lie. Q CLARA DARKER (By Mr. Ge r s tein) Arc you saying i~'s a lie -2'·
  • . ' · - . • I that nobody has received any money? ·L . . :· . • A r Let me explain. I had to come to Miami; when , · •, · he was arrested on the 17th of June, I was here at the time. .. :· I went to visit him about -- I can't recall exactly; those .~: .· ~ ..· .r .. were hectic days -- the 23rd, 24th, maybe, during that week, · J~ · · · .. . and they had no lawyer, nobody took care of them. 'I • ' was the only out on bail. on~, . McCord somebody did take care of him, and he was The other four men were completely abandoned, so, what I did, i came to Miami, and Mr. Gladwell (phonetic), . ·' ·~ from ' MR. DARDIS: Caldwell (phonetic). MR. GERSTEIN: .. . ..· ,I• • . ·. .. . Let her answer. ' I THE WITNESS: ' Please don't prompt the witness. I • I • He was the one that put up the bail • for the notarization thing for my husband. . his name very well. Gladwell. I can't pronounce Fourteen houses we put up ns equity, to put tho bond up for him, for my hushond. .. . • ' . ' (By Mr. Gorstcin) Just answer my cluostion. A I Q Tho !ocond tl111o ' he wu~ tnkon prlsonor 1 in January, after he pleaded guilty, nobody contacted me. I .asked a friend of ours .· Q A ' Who? A I A very good friend. Q .... Who? Mr. Artime. I told him I had some financial , problems; not financial problems in the sense that I w~s about to go without food or anything like that, but I had this lawye r in Miami taking care of certain things. Q ,. . A Hr. Roman. Q What is his first name? A I Who was the lawyer? That's what I'm trying to remember. .• .-:· kill me right now -- .. If you Wait, wait, wait. CLARA BARKER "' :
  • ; , ·' . . . . .. .. .. · 'I . ~.' ~. ,, ;, Q .· I: : : ~ . Artime? . Why did you happen to choose A I .. .. Regardless of that,· what ·made you. go to Mr. ~tr. Artime? ·. · ;~,· ... ''I'!(.• . -.: Because Artime is a very good friend of . : . •),·. . . ., mine • ~ Q A I ,' ... . . 4 M ~ 0 0 ..~:.~ ~~,. What did you ask Artime to do? ··I asked him if he could lend me some money. Q Lend you? A Yes, to :pay this lawyer which my husband had wh~n he was taken prisoner. We were owing him a little over '·. $1,000, and the man naturally wanted his money, so he says, "No, I'm going to give you $1,500." going to give me $1,500? until God knows when. I I said, "How are you won't be able to pay you back My husband .i s in prison.'l He said, : I "Never mind. .. in the case, if you get any emergencies or anything. ; t , .. : .: 1 ~~ • .~ ,:~ ~I/' . I I' •. I. ~ ·. I, . (t... • .. . : 1 . You have friends and I have a friend who has I . given me money to give to the families of the four people ·' .I ' ) I I is a good point; how much do you need?" i' This I think it was $1,%00 .;. or something like that. I Q M1en was this, in January? A I would say towards the end of January. Q Of this year? A Of this year. Q And he said the money was from a friend? . A From a friend. .l... . Q Did he tell you who the friend was? A No, ·sir, he didn't. I • ·' . .. a,, . I .. . . ; ·..., ;l. ;... . ·.. . :i ~· ~ He just told me we had some friends that had given him some money to help us. Then he later on-- I went back to Washington · and I stayed there for some period of time. Then he went there once to visit us, and I also told him that I had to c.ome home, because I really was imposing on my daughter. She lives there, and I didn't have too much money, and he gave me another $1,000. I .. . . , Q CLARA BARKER Is that the total amount of money he's given ·!·· -4- . .
  • • 0 1'- .. f') '· ··.. ,. . I' •• j'. I '. ~ ~ I ;I ~ ••l'">:.-;· .I· ...........;,;. " r· .. ' l_·. _ A ... ., . /·r:-:o-,1" ~·. ; No. Later·on, when I came-back; which was .., ·around the middle --- Q A .. ·-~- ... './.'":?':".'~~'~' -"!'··· ... ' .. :. . '.- The same thing. lle never told me who gave it He always-told me it was from friends that had to him. ,. ·' Who .did he say the second thousand was from? .. ·!" " given··;;.!.~.. ·him money for us·, and he had formed this committee to help ..• i •• the families, and then, ;later on, when I came back, he gave me .. ··... ' . ... i ~' . . •• r, ·' around, oh, I would say, maybe around, between one month and the other, in lump amount, around $4,000·, more or less. I. ·. ·• •t" ... t' t :: ,·· ..... t :. . '. " • ·· · . .; Q Additional? ~~ l . " ~-. •' I Not altogether. •• He didn't give me $4,000 at one time. Q ... )... ~ :I . ., .. r ' .. ... " . .r '.' . ' ·~ . • I •ol,.f Was it always ln cash? '. ~n A Yes, sir, it was Q ,_1· 'I~ About that. : ,, . .~ Well, is it more or less? A ' '·. ~ ' ·I . . Q ·' 0 Hore or less. Q ..- •' he gave you about ... ·' A ' ',.. ... say~ng $6,5007 . .. Altogether you're cash. Do you know whether he gave any money to any of the other families? •• -~ ,, A No. Q You're certain about this answer? A :·:. I'm ce·rtain about t·he answer. ;· '·--:. . . ~.i. ... .·. know? The only thing, I suggested to hi~ How would I once, when he' told me he had this money he could dispose of these people hau given him Q A. You weren't interested? A ~ That I didn't ask, Mr. Gerstein. Q it. Who were the people? Yes, I was, and he said, "Don't bother about They're just frienus of yours who uon't want you girls .. . .,·.. CLARA BARKER -5- '. ..
  • .. .. ,, .. . , - ' ~~ .. I ·, ,. '· I ; to have any problems," and I told him, "Well, then, if you r can help Sylvia, a lady friend of Mr. Martinez , II Q f • A • ·~ Sylvia Campos? Right, that , ''She's gone to see Rolando, to Washi~gton, 1 I • and his phone cal l s f r om long distance, and I know ' she doesn't have any help at all, because she's working and i• ' could use it." .. ,, That was just a suggestion. ' • Q Do you know how much he gave her? No. Q You never discussed it with her? No, I don't discuss those things. Q . .., . 0 No. A '. • • Have yo-u rece i ved any other money from any · .. .' I • ...... .,. ., .. -~ A Q A Oh, he would go there two or three . times. To visit the defendants, in jail? Yes. Q .Did you travel together? A No t necessarily. Q Did you ever travel together? A ' What was he doing in Washington? A ·' ·I , I Well, in Washington. Q ( .... Where did Mr. Artime give you this A o ~ . No. Q : ·' ·,. Once. ~oney? Mostly in Washington. ' , .' .. · . '. t ,, I . ' •• .. . ~ ' .. , , .J , f 'Q ·, On the same airplane? A On the same airplane. We left Miami, and, in fact, there was fog in Washington, and I was very lucky, becau s l' it was nighttime, and I had somebody to be with me . diverted us to Norfolk, and we had to spend the night Q CLARA BARKER .. ' · · ,7 other persons? ... ~ Did you suggest an amount to him? A • ' • Q A .... :: ... I ., ~ all, that if you coul d help her out a little bit, I think she I They th or ~ Did you expect your husband to rece ivo some -6- '.
  • I • " c -•·!: •' " .. -· !_ ~ : ./ ' . •.r,. . J ,:. • A .. ting it. ... ... .... •. '.. _, . . ~ ... . ~. , -:j,, ~~" · sort of help for what he· had done? .: . ·: . .:- -~" ··"·· IJ:':'i . '· ~~~~ . :: '. No, sir, not in the context that you're put, ~- ~: ' ' I FMt·.. ! . :,~,: My husband never told me to expect any money or that ;'<t . .._~ ..•:;--:;1~; . ::,:···<'i~1· -;,•·....·n -:- ···r I was going to get. help or don't worry about it, because they're going·to give us a lot of money. •, Q !.fi.a·y6u- expect' he'd get ,an e_arly parole? - --. ~ -- ·~ A 't •.. . ', ., J .' . I l(,, ... .r. ,.. :,· Q .... ' .. .. ''[ '. A .... Q .. • .. No, no. I thought when he pleaded guilty, •, . Q .. No, I didn't have to. What do you mean, you didn't have to? ...' J; A Why should I tell them my problems?' A .. The reason for you to tell them your prob- .. lems is that Howard Hunt got your husband into this. A .··. J; .... . . ' ... .: : ' = . . couldn't answer you about that. I don't BY MR. DARDIS: Q ',, '•· .... I .think,Mr. Gerstein asked you, did anyone ,I ,, 'I' I know . .t. ever promise you ind/or your husband a parole, a .~ .... '<• T pardo~. an early release from prison at any time? HR. GERSTEIN: THE WITNESS: Or executive clemency? Not that I know of. My husband never spoke' to me of that. llY MR. GERSTEIN: Q CLARA BARKER ' ') -~- Did you ever discuss financial.help with Howard ..,1 A '. ;.,·:~•- . ·,; Hunt or Dorothy Hunt?· ·, . ... ~~: .~:1 . the judge would be lenient with him, and, you know. ... . I ;; Did you think he would get an early release? ,. .. , ., , , . What· about getting out of prison? , I i }_ .• . . ·' '! this thing, after the Watergate to come forward and help him I • .' ( expected somebody, if he was involved in out with bail, but I saw they weren't. ·, .. '·' I Is it your sworn statement, Mrs. Barker, that -7-
  • ,; . , .I ! •• ' ' : .·., ~ . ~- ...... •' • •• .. ,. . ... . • c. •• $6.500 is the total you received from Manuel Artime? :).. . # I l + . ;.. t1: . ,. . It's l ess than $10,000? A . No. Q ' It couldn't be $10,000? A 1 I w.ould recall if it were $10,000 or $20,000. · Q • You would recall if it were more. A • To the best of my recollection • Q • ~· A ), Yes, and it isn't even $8,000, "• I t The most, if I could misplace $500, $7,00fr would be the most. (Thereupon t he . testimony was concluded.) -. .. · ' ' .. ~ .. . . . ) . ,.'. ~· •' f . I ' ' • ,/• I . ,. . ' I . ~ ,• "' . '· . .. ,·· t . •{' i . . I• • CLARA BARKER -8-
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