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  1. 1. the CIA. t:< prtnlarily in- think that Bebe used that valved in Watergate. $100,000 for himself and for These were among Col- the President, his family vate investigator Richard Bast. says former White son's other allegations, as and the girls and my worst quoted by Bast: supposition is that the PresHouse aide Charles Colson • Nixon is "a president ident thinks, if he really thinks that President Nixon is a prisoner of the CIA, the who is weak and under at- b I o w s this thing, that military, billionaire Howard tack" and "is scared as hell Hughes can hlow the whisHughes and of his own to alien tale the military and tie on him. Who knows if aides. foreign policy establish- .....;Wll~~~Q!i!.~o1i.L.IJ:O~~~"~~ ments." e Mrs. Dorothy Hunt, But Colson said yesterBast said be asked Col- killed in a plane ct'ash in day that his talk with Bast son: "Because of a coup?" Chicago in 1972 "was on was exploratory and largely Colson replied: "Yes." the CIA payroll the da~ she conjectural. e Colson said that he died," Colson said. "We talked in a very off- thought Nixon had received "[ don't say this to many hand fashion, largely ex- some of a $100,000 paypeople because they think ploring theories for many of ment made to his friend. C. I'm nuts.J think the' iuJI«N whkh I have been unable to G. (Bebe) Rebozo, and on Dorothy Hnpt. I really do. obt~in factual support," t h a l account could be lC1rs. Hunt said that WaterColson sald. "The stateblackmailed. · gate was a CIA operation, ments r made to Bast, some "You want to know what but she worked for the CIA of which appear to be accu- I really think?" Colson was to the day she di " rately quoted, should not quoted as saying. "I'm loyal e o ecret Service therefore be read into any to the guy because he's a men are in the CIA, too, other context." friend, but I think Hughes d Nixon is surrounded b Colson, who pleaded guil- paid Bebe that dough. I these guys," Colson said. ty June 3 to a charge of ob~------~--~~----~~ structing justice in the Ellsberg case, said he had Informed the Watergate prosecution of his theories, according to Bast. "The prosecutors- have all this stuff. They haven't touched iL They've gone out of their way not to," Bast quoted Colson as saying. Sources in the prosecution declined comment on Colson's statements, but indicated that they believe that the White House, not Cornbined Miami News Sarvlcet WASHINGTON- A pri-
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  31. 31. ...;·., ' ,;: ,, i . . .. ~- • . . of series SA ~~~ displayed a photographs of un.!::no;m 'lolhite males and a lihich were signed "BOB" and JUAN CJ..RLOS. _· .:_ ~---".:._~~';'; . . -~.<·~ .~- ~- . l- .!_;:_:.-::·:~~> ·-··-:1 :.-=:~~ f· .. !ts. mnrr identified the ·photographs 8.5 of ER.lffiSTO HER?-ERA lENA, also knOlln as '.'CRA!iGO"• a ftC>Pnt:ina llhom she tt.~t in • and the 6/2702 SA1 s ., Yasb1ngton, D. C. DANIEL C. Ht-.RAN · -and·. ">,,~~-~-~-.1 c~.:·;~'~t-~'-~/:._::,~'-'"·_~,._;·t··cc<;. Df>NAID E. STII,CEY .IT,, ~~;:.~:~---~;:~_·,':~~-.;~-~·.:_;-::~.:.~.~~-':.-~-;~~~~~i~~~ lhls d.xvm•l1 conklin-&- ••~ar rat:l>ft~~'~l'fl-clolto-n. not c:Onclvt-'o-M •l ~ Fl.l • • ,d n, C.o~ts ~~ _n_o..!._ m. h dh.tr;b.,tad o-v~rd. ·,o-ut •;·~.: ·-·:: . .__ · . ~·- .. Ail ~ -it b .
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  33. 33. ' - ¥~:- =·=~:t~a~~~;d ~~ ~~r!i;~nw~tso~e~~n~~~ -~~ ~~ . :~·,:·~~;;l~~~~$ .;.:,, . u. s. TreaS'..n:y Department. She stated tr.at she had nearly _._,.,.~.;.-;:.·· ;-i".,}c' forgotten about the gun but stated that she does not k.•ov bow .':"".: :'~,If ~-- or 'When this gun was removed ttO!'l her resicenee. She stated ·" ~":~:;· that her bu.sba,.<d possesses a Cerl!lan Luger pistol a...<d that ·-:-· .,}~.~·:;;; :site is certair. that it is still at her re'sidence as she ·· ··;-F::~~L~:,,' observed :Lt during the. evening homos of June. 24. 19-72. ~;. ::~~ ::-~ -;.~~[~~:.~:;t:~ f:.:.? :.:~,.7·::, 2.~~:::-. -· .. ';- . - . : -:.:. . t-;,~: ··:~. ·:~····co SA WIRAN display~ the f~llowing photographs to-~- ~'?"~~:~?~'; --i~·· "::~. ~--;;.~~·*~~~-. (-, ... Mrs. HUNT: . ·: . : · . . ~~;~~~~~{-:,:~·:-~.' · FRAl:rK ANTHONY S1URGIS .· BERH. . L. EAc:...tzER • . ·~ ~ ~"'li> 1 also kDown as --.- -~.· -:-~.:... , FRANK FIORINI ~;:,::.:::J:·~..-:~ . ~ . -~-.-. ~ :~~:::~~ -;--.::--·~-· f~~:.:i;£~t~<. ~~;~~ R~~~~iii~~. , .• , · .JAHES WALTER HC- CORD, JR. 0 ~-::·~~.. -. -.'4:!"":- I •• I l ·' r~: -:'I' •" l ..···· ;,·---;-, .... ...... ··. .... -- ..
  34. 34. ..· .. .: ... . ·~ wo "4 139-166 : • ··; 0 •• •.' .· .. '. ,. • . 1-trs. HlJNT stated that at the present time she · believes her lrusband to be employed at the w"hite House as a con!'c:ultant, at the Robert R. Hullen Ccmpany as· a l.Titer e.nd holding an unkr.own position with the Committee to Re-Elect . the President. Mrs. HUNT stated that in the Spring of 1.972, her husband made two trips to !·~EU!li, Floc-ida, &nd one trip to ·- '-~"'> Los Angeles, Calif-ornia, for li'hat she believed to be negotiations :~,~ concerning the change of the Republlca..'l National Convention ,_<,: • from San Diego, California, to Hi.ami, Florida • . . .... r-Jrs. hlJNT ztated that she last saw her husband on 31, 1972, 't;'hen she departed "With he"t· daughter for a · ·>·'?";;,;,. ·vacat:!.on tour of Europe. Hrs. h"lJNT stated that she last .··::~~:~~~ spoke to her husbond on June 21, 1972, by phone in London, ... _ England, and he advi.zed her that there -was a· "proplem" here in .. ··; :;~:-: Washington an<:] that he l·ms goi~g to go to Nev Ym:,.k, Nev York, to do tel~sion co=ercials. 1-lrs. HUNT stated that her husband clai~ed that there was considerable haressment from reporters and that he was· going to Nev York, Ne7 York, to do . :· '::/"{. '.- :- . the television c~ercial and th~ go on a vacation for a fev days to lu=e the repo;:ters a"!lay fran their residence. . ~ .. -~ "".""'::··.. .,, May ~, 1-trs. HTh"'T stated thot she· has not be~d ~:-spO..'<en with her husband sin~e· that ti!!l~ and that she has nli' idea concerning his trrescnt -...hereabouts. ·--:'::. · ."'>:·~· "'-•-' Hrs. RUNT stated th."t the !tens that ~:~e displnyed ':;/~: · to h= earli= in the intervie-R cay bave been kept by her ·· husband in a s~ret'J dc?osit bo:.: they oe>.intained at the P,is;;s .. :•.:.-,.· National Bank at tasconsin and H Street N.W., ~"'DC. Hrs. h"'U:<T. ·-.·..<. ·Lz....~ :-en~·.... ·rr '-'il( . .. . ,~,- ~:.·. ,.,._._ --- - ···--'-'-"·':....·-
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  36. 36. ~- ~ AJL?j3L-~:/ -~-~-- : ·: '_ ~-:~~ ·- a;:~~ritt ~{.~--{~_',~~-._,_:-.-.: :._·:_ ._-: · . t:": .-:. _ _.: .. . ~- v m. - ' . ; . ~;~~:z~~-_::"~~~~~; ~-~··:_~. . . .•.· _ coWf;-)(1AL . . • 0 · ·_united States Gover!li!!erit records, revie•.-~ed by SA J. P.ASER on June 30, 1972, disclose that E. HO'.-IARD ·::-:·iroNT was last issued Passport B-1811567 at Washington, D.C. · (WDC), on July 21, 1971, for proposc:d business travel for one :. month to France, England and Eelgiu.'Il. ::Ln his application, ' · ·::dated July 21, 1971, he stated his intention to depart by air · about .September, 197-1, and expected to take another trip abroad . ·within two years. This passport was valid for five years' t·-'-.:'~,.,~·travel to all co•mtries except. Cuba, North Korea and North : . . '.. ~ietnam. ·· -~ ;~~:;;:.~.;S:~·-· ,-~)(rnNETH •:_ . ·--..-, :.~#.::;~~~:-•.,. •---~"'~-:-:-"r-::·· ·'·-·under passport regulations, this individual may use ~-- ·-·-~::-·this 'passport for la-wful travel within the period of its . validity ~henever and as often as desired without furtter .. notification to the Department of State or other Gov~rCT.ent "·.·...,<·agency. The Passport Offi':e does not receive informstion as ; ·· to _whether or when a passport is used for foreign travel. f;-r::}7-:~.:;f~.;_~~:;. ..-.:: ... ·. J:-:"~.;~;,;;~"f-+i<-~~--;_. ..,. HUNT stated that he was born on October 9, 1918, at ._- _.. , Hamburg, New York, and the file reflectc:d that his birth c~rtificate has been seen by passport authorities. lie gnve his _ ' __'permanent' residence and mailing address as 11120 River Road, ::.: .. ·:.-Potomac, Y.c!ryland, home telephone 299-7366, business telephone - · . 293-2900. In the event of cicath or accident, he rzq-.;ested that · DOROfHY LOUISE HUNT, his wife, be notified a.t the home address . .· .-· .·~':-~~: ..-... . ·-· ~ ... ,::'t:.::-~- · These records show that this individual as :s'n::RETTE HUNT, .TtL, was first issued Passport 638014 at -.'DC on : June ·22, 1939, for proposed pleasu::::-e travel for two ::-:cnths to ._;;England, Scotland, France, Iceland, For~vay, ::;,-:eden, Denr:-.ark and ·Holland. He plan..'led to depi'!rt from ~iew York City on the . "Oslofjord" on July 5, 1939 .. :rhis passport -was va'1i..d fer two ··years·:· His -,e=anent residence ;~as then listed as ~i-~5 L.'l.ncaster Av~nue, · Buff~lo,_ Kew York. Hi's father served as hi97 ider.tifyir.~ ··_-_witness. By letter received in the Passport Divisi_~:n on J'ur.c: 3, . :.1941. his father, on his stationery as an attorney at 163 Allen _St-reet,. South, Albany, New York, asked if his son's pass;>ort .. •. · -,. ~~--:: . . .. -c.~·Rmi'ARD ~~~!.)~~~~:;~~ _·- . -~~~~~?-'·;_.:-. S/. CONrf'ITIAL . .. - -· ~ .. :_:_} ''IE- . . ., ..... " .:.:..,.._ -l-·. ... }· _,. ~::·· __: ~ L •
  37. 37. . .· .. ·-,- .. ,..o.:-:~':);i~"'i.:~:~~~jci1~H WFO 139-166 :hould b.' .. . . :::.;,. ~"''1•f"J~"':.::'j.7:~:~"..;,;' ·• L in change ~~~'Jft?!~lng ~;;;A,,:,.s,~o~n:~_B-~t~f. for of was then on duty· with the Nc.V'/ and residing at that Albany -:-•'''"·-_:r,;;:'ii!:address. Ee was informed by letter dated June 7, 1941, that --·- . ' the passport should be sent in to Washington for retention ·::-.;,,i_":!:,,;tj·' ~~~=~~e~ ~~~sting rules. His father submitted same on -;_-~~->_:~;; 9 .-. . . .. :.~~~~:~· EVERETTE HC.fARD HU1u, JR., vas next issued Passport····;;Ii. 13850 at New York City on February 20, 1943, to expire, on ·. -.-·;:. August 20, 1943, not valid for travel in any country except .. .. ·Australia for ne1o1.spaper work and nec<'ssary countries en route •.~-;;:;;~­ This application dated February 10, 19lf3, at He·" York City was :]!{:-, supported by a letter dated FebrJary 9 1943; from DANIEL · c'?~~ LOl!Gw'ELL, E:cecutive Editor, "Life", stating that h1JiiT was a .. _:;j;;;_":_:.~ member of the staff of t~t magazine who was pr_cceeding abroad --~V{f. with the Pacific fleet w~th eventual assignment with- an Army . _,c·-,-· unit sorne'lolhere in the Pacific. His draft boerd number 343 - .,._-.,;'";:,;ij. at Albany issued the approprLHe permit. He gave his per:::;anent<?':';': residence at that time as 192 Euclid f,v=nue, Albany, New York, _·;,.;;~;-· He stated that he had been in Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden,.<'01~Y Holland, France, England and Scotland from June to September, . ··'c.,,· g;,_-1''4111 1939 .' He listed his father as EVE?-ETTZ HOWARD HUNT, born at "-:.0~·. Hamburg, Ve.1 York, in Dece!:lber, 1889, "'nd his mother as ET&""'L .... ~,~,,~;·. JE;w HUNT, born at Car:1egie, Pennsylvania, in ~13y, 1893. -'"'··· ;...0,~-:lfi'!':"': ..:;s,i • ~.;_:. ·...:-,;;:~~~·:- By undated letter, RUNT requ·~sted renewal of his ., ~~·;-o:- _1943 passport for proposed travel that year and next under a .. <~tS Guggenheim c!emoria 1 Foundation scholarship. On September 19, {-;.,";:'.~ 1946, he was informed that the 1943 passport would be expiring . _- :: on February 2{), 1947, so he might like to apply for a new one . . _~:_.fj~ He wrote a;:;ain on Sept.:ornber 24, 1946, stating that he 'I<JOuld ":-~:;'~·: seek a new passport and requested cancellation of and return -:-::;_~0:-"" of his earlier passs>orts. · ·.~.:;;;,~_,;-i~;~;k;;t ·.-,:: -fJ I 52 --~ ... . ------,~----- -.----~·-.~-~- --. --------~-____.-.-.-. --~~--~-----· --- .-·· -. ~- .·. __ .,.~- n•·-t<>>l
  38. 38. --- - '" '4-o750 (2-7,79) (J XXX XXX xxxxxx XXX X X 'X FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION FDIPA DELETED PAGE INFORMATION SHEET Lf- Page(s) withheld entirely at this location in the file. One or more of the following statements, where indicated, explain this deletion. -' i l D Deleted under exemption(s) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - with no segregable material available for release to you. D Information pertained only to a third party with no reference to you or the subject of your requesL 0 Information pertained only to a third party. Your name is listed in the title only. 0 Document(s) originating with the following government agency(ies) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , was/were forwarded to them for direct response to you. Lf- Page(s) referred for consultation to the following government agency(ies); _<::_:_:::£_{}_______ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - a s the information originated with them. You will be advised of availability upon return of the material to the FBI. Page(s) withheld foc the following reason(s): 0 For your information: ~lowing number is to be used for reference regarding these pages: f:J'C, C(tJtf'?- f/1 P/· G"J.. -f),ru Sb xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx i DELETED PAGECSl X NO DUPLICATION FEE ~ FOR THIS PAGE X
  39. 39. • - -·--:fGAT!ON. ·-·- FEbERAL I O~I"IC:E I ?"CHicAGO _(~;~::F;;~:rn S:c 0~ ~·- / j C-'. T£ Ol'liCI .... .. WFO 1/5/72 CORD, JR.--;-----·--·- :··~~~-~~c,;·P. 11/3 - 12/18/72 HOYT ~ • . ·1~~~-~. jCHAFAcT"£ROF CAS~· ET AL BURGLARY, DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE HEADqUARTERS WASHINGTON, D. C. JUNE 17, 1972 REFERE}."CES: Chicago report of S.~ ALAN P. R:lY.':', 11/3/72. Chicago tel~~ype to Sur~a0 an( WYO, 12/10, 12/11, and 12/13/72. WFO teletype to Bureau end Chic~Go, 12/10 and 12/~2/72. Chicago a:7te1 to WFO, IZ/13/72. Chicago a!=~el tc E~:e~u, 12/1~ 1 '72. Bureau letter to Chicago, 12/18/72. I :# ,, - p - LEAD WFO Bureau (139-4089) 4 - WFO (139-166) 2 - USA, Washington, D. C. 2 59 FEB 2 71973 (
  40. 40. FEDERAL BUREAU 0> I~N!:STIGA>I;)N Police Co:nr::a!1de::, P.:.G!-IARD l-!C CU1'-?.IE, Eighth District, OJicago Police -Department, furr:ishecl t:.e following information: United Airl iaes .fl igi1t 553, e.: rout c.> fro::! Washington, D. C. to Chicaeo E~C.wc.y .f.i::r<·i.·t, c::-e.s!1r~C: w;Lle o.pproachi1',:; Midway :lirport on Decenber B, 1972, To dctc, 45 persons are kno"lo.'l, dead, The cause o:: t:Je <·.c·.::icia:1t 1-:2.:= bco.::.:eveC: to be mechanical failure a;,rif o:;.· c-ilot e:-ror. Th'"r" ¥c>.s 110 ev .:.dence of an i1,tentJo:1al clescn.:-:~.'o,. of t~.c?. nlc.,:c. Ti1ere vl~rc 18 survivors, Jlmoi:g the dE:ari wc.s o.;e DO?.O:-hr m.J?·T, 11120. R5.ver Ro2.d, Potomac, !·iaryland. s:le: UO'.S :i.d.ectified £:t"os p~rSO!Jal effects O:l her persor-., and a visu<ll ~de,rtif:'.ca::::.on wc;s r.1af.e by her husba1,C:, EVERETT£ HOH.ti<D Hi.J :T, Recovere2 frcn n pu::-.se co ..it2.::..::_.:r;; id~:ltificat:Lon of· Hrs. HU...~T was Slo,ooo.oo i1: o~.e hu.c,dreC: dollc:r bills. This money is r..ow in the custociy of the l~v i·.:ience ""'d Recovered Property Sectio;, of the Police DepaYtrr.ent: under t:.eir i:;ventory ~=­ ber 10765, He felt certai.JJ t'1at no i:.:ventor'-· Yic.s made of the bills by serial "rumber. iie '1-:c:.:; iiot &'1-:a::-e o:( a::y D.'leckbooks or passbooks recovered from }irs, HUlu'. Co ~ a,~~e.,.. . u•-. .r~ _ 1·~'., r~rGP ·_._·~ _c:t-;:"t:ec·, th-~ L- _,_~ _, __ p:~rr. ·~uta.J·an+- ~-L •'-' --·- __ ~ ---, "-~ DUELI.NA~·7money. ab2.e to :::u~;J.:.s:, I:lGre i.Lfcr,:.a-::i.v:: a:.out the recovered may be · .. ·~<Nour d~cumont ~n· contain, n-.tho' l'<•commendution' onoel.,inn' nr lhP Ffi;. lt is th<- p'·>no.-tv oc loo Fill nnd ;;lnwu·d '" age-ncy; it and its conlPnts urc not ~a bt.> dl:-:trib:n.t·d outaidt· .vour t~t·nL,., I
  41. 41. 2P" ·.... CHICAGO (139·263) <P> ... ~. ~ •, ~. ~'' ~~}i~~f~~if~:~:,;·o~'~;~;ff-:~:<2~~ /-~~·:' •' ·.:~·.:~,:~,~;·~,j~·L~:-.·.·>~,-:,_·. . :·:·~~-~-;'Y~ , JAI'fES WALTER I'IC CORD, JR., ET Al, BURGLARY, DEI'IOCRATIC .· ' .. ·'";' PARTY IATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, VASHINGTOI DC, JUI£ 17, 1972 1 90r':·· vro.,,: . ··.:·:~·-: · ··· -• . ·. . ·' ... ... "~-.;.n#:~:j·: .. :><:. :·-;;: .; .{.. ;_ .. . roc~· ·,_ 1!?~~ POSTAL INSPECTOR, RICHARD MARtlNSOII, CHICAGO, ADVISED "' ;.., :.. · ... JAIIUARY, 15, 1973 1 HE POSSESSED 3 UNUSED AIRLIII£. TICKETS RECOVERED FROM CRASH SCENE OF OliiTED AIR LINES FLIGHT 553 AT CHICAGO 01 12·8-72. THIS VAS CRASH II WHICH MRS. . . ,c. -. 'J. ' !.1. RUIT DIEDe '... :- . -~ TICKETS RECOVERED BY SEARCHERS AT SCENE AND APPARENTLY TURIED OVER TO u.s. - • :~ 1-- .:. ~ -*':_i ~~~- . ·-~:~.;·iii{;~~~{ P.O. AS UNDELIVERED MAIL. SUCE TICKETS BORE PASSENGER I AI'!£ OP' HUNT, POST Ofi'IC! .. - .. . , · --• ... _,...... .. ~-~~..-. •• COITACTED FBI FOR POSSIBL! SIGIIFICAICE II WATERGAT! CASE. 1. "''~. ... FIRST TICKET BORE lUMBER 0072-411!092&9826 AID INDICATED PASSAG! FOR lm. I. HUIT fROM V. D.C. TO MIAMI,_ FLORIDA 01 . -. !ASTERI AIRLIIE Fl.IGHT IIUI'IBER 175 DEP~JMG 12•21-72, AT 1.'''~ ~~~· . . ·THERE VAS 10 RETURI Fl.IGHT /,,~.;::•. 1 , • • • ... FOR GROUP o, 3 lAMED AS ... . : __ 64FEB 2 8 973 . - ·--. :~ . - ·,.-..:-·.- S)l 'm .. ~-,~,_~i g ~ :;· ~-:·=AID· ~~:··'' · !22- 'r~i 6 1973· ·::~t~:: . . . •. . :: . .. ' ~ ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED :iEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED DATE ,:'.· .._J ~ . '1,~ !':~..; . H. HUll AID I'IASiER D. RUIT• FROM WASHIIGtOI. D.C. TO lflAJIII .. • IIIFO.fi£C-28(3Cf ...Cf-O 'lCf _t(Z; · ~: .• THE SECOID TICKET BORE lUMBER 88727-teS~ 1&3U AliD ;~·;~~~!~, PASSAGE •• • . :· .. -. -~::<~L!··~--;~.,<·:·,...,. ' ·. ,;';.: . ·.:~ ~: . b·~-q;_l'T -. t • • BYS~) lieQs!:S ..... .:- ·.;.- . -.-- -~
  42. 42. -' . - :. -.. ·:·:;_.; r- - ,. ·4 ~:-> .. ··-~:~--~:~:~~~~: t·~~~~-·; ~- .,._f,~;~-'-~f'.!:c;'; . ·' :r;·',. .-,I 12-15-72 AT THE ~~-~t.:~;rY;:~}i~!~;!_~_ :-:;.~! ·~MIAMI.. ' tO ..VASHIIGTON .RATIONAL AIRPORt VAS VIA '· EAL ~->:~ REtURI FROM . . •,.. _., · _,_.. .. ... ·.: ·' . . -. FLIGHT-lUMBER: 192 01 12•29-72• DEPARtltiG 12 J '" Plf. DATE.,. AID PLACE OF ISSUE OF BOTH TICKETS STAMPED AS 12·8·72• 58 ATO DCAF, WASHINGTON_ De.,_.. _ ": . --. .,._~_ ;~ ' :.·{:-7;:.··:·· • •'I .... •, .. w .'-. " ·" :.. -.!, •• •-~ -'(1 -~- ..:- ·-·? ~' lUMBER 916~2021S&3638 ISSUED TO MRS. HUNT BY UAL FOR FLIGHT TO :: --.·."-·<:...:. ~ICAGO 01 12·8-72. TICKET ISSUED 12•8·72. RETURI TO V.D.c. ·;cHEDULED 12•HJ·'l2• VIA UAL FLIGHT IUI'IBER HI. ~~.;.,;..:;FO SHOULD" ~~TE tiCKETS IIIAY HAVE REFUI'ID VALUE Ill" lOT LREADY' CLAIMED BY E.R. HUIT OR ESTATE OF MRS. HUIT~ ' •.. ;s --- ................... ..... ·. :. . ~ ···-· -.. _........... ~·- ~. .. ,; ~·- ..... _ •·:_~-}j(_t:;· ... "" . :.-?-~!;;~-~:~~1 ... -.. .,. AIY ....._, .......- ........ -· • ·-~~-~ •.;.,;;:.1 . ', . • . ..::.~~·~~ !.,..;;c.i~£ :c.-:.:. ~_~, ~- t.-'. ~;.~ ._., ;.· .-- ~-~ .: .. :: ..=--~. . !!. . ., ... ·" .· -::~:..-:~ t ~:: .... ~-- :. -~ ...-. +:.:: ..-_~· ::.lt, . ,.i ..: ... -- . :-- . . ·--·J,:...:.:.:..:.•..;. ...... ~;.,;h1'!1~~ fBI VA DC :.. .._ ;> ·- _,;- .... .~~ . _ . :~·=t~·~-~~;-. .:t' -;.- -'f~'<-·· .
  43. 43. .;:::~/--=0:_~~-'-·- -'- ·/Jo_;'- ~: _- - - - -'-m'-=-.e.-~:.: :.~' ~>- -=-: -J~-,'o::_:_'·:_:'"'-~J~11::::..:_'~_]sp-ec.:::.-c'-_:_h.::.::~=;:·1. · )· ? "rherm~~ t· i:7}) .· SKJ • 1 ·. . ~ !!( . ~ @ li k :~: ~~~: ·• ~ F.J fia ~ ..... ,. a 10 g ue D 9 . B · A wide grin creases Sherman Skolnick's face when you ask him If he sleeps well, or whether his dreams are a nightmarish pastiche of shadowy intrigues and dark conspiracies. "Sure I sleep well," he replies, but rhere's something in the way he says it that suggesrs that Skolnick's nightmares begin not when he sleeps but when he awakens. For from that moment, Skolnick is a man for whom every ring of the phone, letter in the mail, or knock on the door takes on the ominous tone of a Kafka novel. It is an existence that Skolnick has not quite grown _accustomed tolike Alice in Wondenand, excepr that Skolnick's "wonderland" is far more violent and bizarre than anything A lice ever witnessed. Since 1967, in a virtual . -·-- one:..man cr.1.sade, Skolnick.hos bucked. crooked politicians, the syndicate, corrupt government officials, and a suspected agent provocateur or rwo. Confined ro a wheelchair because of polio, ru..,ming zhe show out of his living room with the help of a small, dedicated volunteer staff, Skolnick has nonetheless managed to gather enough evidence to knock an Illinois governor out of his seat, remove several corrnpt judges. and predict the resignation of former Vice President Spiro Agnew months before he stepped down from office. All of which has taken its toll on Skolnick. He has been arrested, harassed, and discredited by his powerful political enemies, much along the same lines as Jim Garrison, Ma ...k Lane, and i1artha Mitchell. In fact, Skolnick has managed to step on so many thumbs that he has had more government agents calling on him rhan have neighbors down the block. But If Skolnick has proved to be a Jeremiah of sorts, on some occasions he is still more the master of the art of srartl!ng disclosures-many of which still remain to be prove.d true. For instance: He strongly asserts that the United Air Lines plane that crashed in Chicago in 1972, and which carried .lvirs. Howard [{wu aboard, was planned by govern- Vo/, { !Vo< Lf;/J(;, ment operatives. And he presents a cases 'f!rliJ'VYJ!t~'iiJn th<fl"ll'ave stack of evidence to prove his claim. gone to the 'Supreme Court about 44 Skolnick also maintains that Rennie times. So for better or worse, I hold the Davis, Abby Hoffman, and most oft he dubious distinction of having been to Chicago Seven, leaders oft~he Supreme Court of the United during the 1968 Democratic~ -States more times than any other perConvention, are all CIA agents. Here, son in the history of the country. again, he cites argument after argument COQ: So you never got your money to make his case. Skolnick is equal~y back? adamant about the conspiracy theory SKOLNICK: No. But the point is that involving President Kennedy's assassi- I found that other people had also nation. But most startling of all, he been swindled in the courts. Therefore broadly hints that Nixon himself may in 1963 we formed the Citizens' Comhave had a hand in the tragic affair. mittee to Clean Up the Courts. We figIt was with such daims in-minQ rhat ured this was a name that no illiterate, COQ recently sat down with Skolnick to crooked judge could possibly mistake discuss these and other matters. The as. to what we were into. Ve made a talk lasted almost five hours. At one -study of all the bank cases in the Fedpoint the phone rang and the orher end era! Court of Appeals covering a tenwent dead. Earlier, Skolnick's one- year period. We found that there were armed chauffeur mysteriously worded a 27 cases, and 26 of them were won by message to his boss and sudden(y hur- the banks. We then determined who ried off. It was Holmes, Chan, and a bit the judges were hearing these cases, of Bond combined. It was Sherman and they were bankers. We compiled Skolnick-muckracker, gadfly, fighter information on the state of bribery. of the never-ending battle for truth, jus- We figured out exactly how you go tice, and the American way-in the set- about bribing a judge, and things of ting he likes best. that sort, You don't bribe him in an The interview wa~ conducted by Ste- alley, by the way. ven Feldman, Fram;ois Roberr, Nancy COQ: You've branched out from inSundquis[,,and Lesley Sussman. vestigating the courts to include politiCOQ: How did you 'get into this rack---· cal figures. For·· exariq)le,-you'v'e 'et? charged that the Chicago Seven were SKOLNICK: Some 15 or 16 years ago, on government payroll. my folks put some money in trust for SKOLNICK: We traced their money me, and the people who were sup- to the CIA through foundations. Beposed to administer the trust abscond- sides, they got half a million dollars ed with the money. From there we for the street riot5 five years ago. ended up in the courts. In the beginning I had a lawyer representing me, and we spent some nine years in the courts trying to get the money back. We finally ended up in the State Supreme Court, and by that point I had studied enough law so that I was able t.o represent myself. Round about 1961, I took up the study oflaw on my own. My house-at one time had'6000 law books. I found outgoing through the courts that there was really no justice. There was more conflict of interest. I found that there were other people similarly situated who had been "done in" in the courts. I spent years in the courts, and I couldn't get any sa tisfaction. The case involving my trust fund banged around five times to the U.S. Sup;eme Court. I also became interested in doing some public good, and I worked on some public-interest cases that didn't involve me personally. Sort of what are loosely known as ''class actions." As a result of that, COQ: Who got it? SKOLNICK: Oh, Rennie Davis and those people. That's why I got arrested. During the taping of a TV show l confronted Rennie and he wouldn't answer. Instead, the police showed up and took me away. COQ: How did you develop your information? Where did you get your first in..'Lding that there might be something ... ? SKOLNICK: Just from putting bits and pieces together. Ve compile information on foundations, and after a while you get to know which foundations are connected with Central In telligence: the J.M. Kaplan Fund in New York, the New World Foundation of Chicago, and others. COQ: Can you prove these cbnnections? SKOLNICK: Sure, some of them have come out already. The National Student Association, the Vorld Group of Jurists, and others like these were 57 1 /
  44. 44. -- [ ) ,.. identified in February 1967 as CIA fronts. These are the foundations that supplied the Chicago Seven with all the money. COQ: How do you know they got money? SKOLNICK: The foundations are the only entities in the country that must file public tax returns. We compile those, and we were able to show, for example, that the Parvin Foundation, headed up by Justice Douglas. was a CIA front. COQ: Do you have any views on Va- tergate? SKOLNICK: Watergate to us does not stand for burglarin!!, it stands for mur- der. Since June -17, 1972, several hundred people have been murdered because of the break~in. One of Don~ aid Segretti's associates, for example, was murdered in an alleged accident. There have been other attempts at murder. Vatere:ate is a continuation of a decade of Political assassinations. COQ: You're the latest in a growing j~ I I i list of people such as Mark Lane, Jim Garrison, and }vfartha Mitchell who are ridiculed for their conspiracy theories. How do you feel about it? SKOI,NIC~K: Well,) answer it with a joke. It's a paranoid subject. But the · way things are' going in this country,· if you're not paranoid, you're crazy. Ve've found that government complicity exists in the ·assassination field, in the political field, in the peace field. A percentage of the bombing of government buildings has been done by provocateurs. Veil, how are the taxpayers served when government agents born b government buildings? A notorious example was in Seattle. As a result of the unemployment there, people were getting restless. The FBI staged an incident to blame on the radicals-they bombed the post office. But the FBI has got toilet~training hang~ups. They're always· bombing johns. During the Haiphong harbor mining protests, they bombed the women's john in the Pentagon. Vhat great radical thing is bombing a john? You find that the czars did the same. COQ: Did you know that Stalin was a member of the Czar's secret police? SKOLNICK: Well, if you want to get into a broad philosophical subject, I can show you documentation that the Russian Revolution was financed in New York through the Rockefellers as an experiment in socialism. How many people know that Standard Oil 58 and Ford Motor never had their facilities appropriated when the Bolsheviks came to pow~r? COQ: You've been on a Rockefeller thing lately. Is something going on? SKOLNICK: The reason we got into that is that it helps explain some phenomena in this country that otherwise are inexplicable. So one of the hip things we got into was this plane crash. COQ: The one at Midway Airport in 1972, with Mrs. Howard Hunt on it? SKOLNICK: Yes. At first we wanted to tum back on it because a lot has happened to me and my friends which would have made anybody with more sense than us give up. COQ: What do you mean? SKOLNICK: I mean we were fucked over so much. Ve should have quit. COQ: Who fucked you over? -~·r~ ~!e"':i -~ ' ',.cl "-..., ... ' . ~' ~ j '1 principal stockholders of United Air Lines? Rockefeller. COQ: What if Mrs. Hunt had booked a flight on American? SKOLNICK: You want to go through the whole corporate study of United Air Lines? You're forcing me to go into a little philosophy. Two factions struggle for control of this country. The one faction you're all aware of is Nixon and his group of whatever you want to call them. Ni.xon was a Rocke- feller man. When he lost in politics in 1962, he supposedly was broke. He then moved into a $175,000 condominium in Rockefeller's building, the same building that Rockefeller lives in, and then went on a $200,000-a- year speaking tour. Just to keep him busy. He then became a partner in a law firm that does a lot of Rockefeller work. From 1962 to about 1966, he was in Rockefeller's pocket. Nixon got wealthy. What Rockefeller either wasn't aware of or overlooked was that Nixon, from the Second World Var on, was very much in with the gangsters. Sundance magazine went .. .. - -~ . --~ ..~ ~---~~?':~::--~' - . . ~ /' I ;~' / J I lI -- I~~""~ - -.., ·u£·~::~~------4 .-. ~~' / SKOLNICK: The FBI, different gov- ernment phenomena. My closest friend spent 40 days in jail without a trial because of this Midway crash. COQ: What was the charge? SKOLNICK: There wasn't any. We picketed the street for five or six weeks. We raised an· kinds of shit. It was an illegal detention. COQ: How did you get him out? SKOLNICK: We raised all kinds of noise. For the first time in the history of our group we picketed the streets. I don't like to. picket. The weather is bad, you know. And publicly I usually go in the wheelchair. I don't want to into a whole detailed study of Nixon and the lvlafia from about 1944 on. Nixon -was in·· with -the people who -... -.,vere in the tire recapping rackets during the Second Vorld Var. Nixon at one time wanted to set up a business in Havana during the Batista regime. And there were two people who head~ ed up the Bay of Pigs, two overseers: Richard Nixon and' E. Howard Hunt. And so Nixon had quite a bit to do with the Mafia. A lot of the people re~ cruited for the Bay of Pigs were gangster types. They were not paid in money, they were paid in heroin, and they sold that and raised money with that. But from 1966 on, Nixon departed from the super-elitists, the intellectuals, the liberals, as they call them, and fell back into his previous back- ground with Rebozo and Lansky. There are two things that are in the works now which will force Nixon either to leave office or leave the coun- try. I attended a conference on political assassination research last Thanksgiving weekend. One of the things wear out the tires on my aluminum that's coming up, which is very hip, is wheelchair. COQ: How does this tie in with Rock- -'that Nixon is going to be implicated in President Kennedy's assassination. efeller? SKOLNICK: We found out .who was There's a link between Dallas and involved in the crash. We did a study V..'atergate. You've got to read a book of the whole thing. Who had an inter~ called Farewell, America. It's one of est to crash the plane? Who are the the books that's banned in the United COQ L
  45. 45. J was never made a part of the United States. If he ever goes to his Florida Vhite House, he's not in the United We've got very few copies left, but I'll States. Ve can't sen'e a summons on give you one. Ve obtained some cophim or do anything. COQ: Presumably Meyer Lansky ies by devious means, and we use them could help him get to the Bahamas. to raise money for our organization. In other words, you donate ten dollars, I SKOLNICK: Yeah. give vou one free. Bookstores cannot COQ: Your credibility, which has ~ell the book. They can't import it, it's never been very great. ... illegal. U.S. Customs doesn't allow it. SKOLNICK: Credibility vith whom? The book shows that leaders of the asCOQ: With a mass of people who foland others, they have a good ·working sassination attempt met the night below you. You went before the Mi!lway interest in every major paper that you fore, or tv.ro days before, and planned plane crash hearing and couldn't realwant to talk about: The Nev.' York the-last-mi!lute things. Nixon and J. ly baci-: up your charges. Times, the Field papers,_etc. Edgar Hoover two days before Dallas SKOLNICK: Now wait a minute. COQ: How would you describe Rockmet at an oil millionaire's ranch, and When I showed up with three suitcases on the morning of the assassination efeller? filled with documents, I spread them SKOLNICK: He's not an American. I Nixon took flight 82 to New York. out on a big table. Reporters had heard of this hearing and came from The other major accusation against all over the Western world. I spread Nixon Vill concern a gambling place out on the table the entire government called Paradise Island. The gambling file on the crash which I told the Safety casino is known to the press, but Board then in session that I had stolen. they're waiting for a strategic moment. If they wanted to prosecute me that It's owned by the international gangwould be the time and place. We had ster Meyer Lansky, by Bebe Rebozo, over 1300 pages of exhibits, reports, and by Richard Nixon. photographs, and diagrams, which, I associate with reporters from all when you analyze them step by step, over the world. Occasionally, they say, show that this was not an accident. ''Hey, I've got this stOI)', I can't move The government proposed to suppress with it, you got an idea?" In April I ~~ t_his Jike the Warren Commission ~·~2 __det~iling what ~·as going to hap...~A.. ~"'·-<"' documents:-Excepi we headed it off by --pen withAgnew. When ard Agnewg1C- ' - (f -~- -.-·~1:i',;,;w-stealing it all. Therefore, if your judgput to the wall? On the day that tlie .. / / . 1 ............... ment about my credibility is based Senate Watergate Committee re·· • ' ' I upon what the media ran, then you cessed for the summ~r. On that day : / .) ~~'---~>~?; rightfully say that I have no credibilthe press started m wlth Agnew. Why , : ity. However, the Associated Press ran didn't they start in April? They had all _,.-,.,.i a story that was accurate. They said . the facts. It's a scenario. It is orches~~~~~~~ Skolnick today was at a special heartrated by what is loosely known as the become depleted he will put his foot . ing of the National Transportation Rockefeller element, what is known as stronger into the other country, Rus- Safety Board and has presented a the Council on Foreign Relations. sia. Like some of the other oil million- heavily documented case of sabotage. They pushed Agnew out. Agnew is aires, he has no country. Their country This wire service story was not run by very much in with Rockefeller. They is where the business is. threw one of their people out in order. COQ: Did you say that Ford was a any major paper in the United States, even though it was on the A wire. It to get at Nixon. Rockefeller man? · ran in a couple of small papers near SKOLNICK: Well, in a way. COQ: Why? Seattle and in a few small Southern COQ: So why did Nixon pick him? SKOLNICK: In Heritage of Stone, Jim papers. The rest of them took a differGarrison says that Gerald Ford is one SKOLNICK: Nixon had nothing to do ent position entirely. of the people the CIA likes the most. with it. He's no longer in contr~l. It is COQ: Let's try to make sense of the Ford sat on the Varren Commission, of no consequence what Nixon does. United Air Lines crash. What do you as did Leon Jaworski as special coun- COQ: Why ·doesn't he fight? think happened? SKOLNICK: His options are diminsel to the Commission. ishing. He's getting down to the point SKOLNICK: Mrs. Hunt carried two COQ: What about Archibald Cox? million dollars of valuables traceable SKOLNICK: Cox for years has been where he's implicated in the Kennedy to CREEP. We have two witnesses to one of Rockefeller's people. Rockefel- assassination. They'll shoot him and that. She had what amounted to a ler surrounds NLxon now. He's got get away ·with it. His options are gone. document that was probably one of Haig in there, he's got Kissinger, Vho COQ: Why doesn't he flee the coun- the most controversial documents in used to be a director of the Rockefeller try? recent history. It shows that two weeks Foundation. Nixon is surrounded, SKOLNICK: I made a study of that. after Jack Kennedy's election in 1960, he's not the President anymore. There Do you know where he has his Florida the incumbent President, Eisenhower, is a book that only circulates around in White House? It's not in the United for reasons which he thought were a limited way called David from Lyle States. It's in old Spanish territory that COQ States, and it tells about the CIA's involvement with the assassination. ., Stuart Publishers. It's about David Rockefeller. The Rockefellers own, you might say, the mass media. They own 17 percent of CBS, they're the principal stockholders in RCA, which has as a subsidiary the NBC network, and they have a major interest in ABC. So the three networks are owned and operated by the Rockefellers. Then through their various banking interests in Chase Manhattan Bank . ~'} .i 60 ~- '
  46. 46. f best for the Republic, signed an order we ordered a large pizza. He wanted for Kennedy's removal. It was author;: everything on it, and it cost $17.95. So ized by the National Security Council he tells this joke. That was a good joke. and to be put immediately in the ar- COQ: You've charged that the plane chives. Mrs. Hunt was carrying that had extraordinary amounts of cyadocument. Now, whether her husband nide. But the official report denies fabricated that document based on that. other historical evidence or whether it SKOLNICK: That's much in dispute. By the way, the pilot had an interis a true document, I don't know. But four documents that she had with her esting name, Captain Whitehouse. Of the three people in the cockpit, the on the plane by some miracle flooded away from that plane, beyond the pilot is the only one who had cyanide, crash zone, beyond the FBI, and got and he had 3.9 micrograms per millicaught in a.bush. Some little old lady liter. You don't breathe after 1.0, had it for several months. This lady is you're wiped out, while 3:9-is impossinot in politics, she is not a spy. She ble by inhalation. Only by injection or didn't know what to do with it. It final- ingestion, not by inhalation, can 3.9 milliliter be gotten in your body. ly ended up with us. Therefore, this pilot was four times COQ: You have these documents? SKOLNICK: We are in possession of dead, thus indicating foul play. There them. Ve have written a book about is other circumstantial proof to show ;·~,··· "~ it, and the book is going to be pub<~:,--~ £~ ( ·t Lished, I think, in Europe. I don't think it can be published in the United ~) States, because the document so much as says that Nixon, who was a member ~~'} , of the National Security Council, or(/ . dered the demise of Jack Kennedy for .: )~....,._: __ :::~. what he thought patriotic reasons. ,.; COQ: How do you know that is an of/ ; . ? .. ./' . fi cia l d ocument. ____ . ___ .. _ . ______ ,)+C-?~... -;~.~~~-- _ - - - - - _ L ·.- £1 .'. .. . . {J /. ·. l 1 I i: :, 1 :j .,' ~~~~::.c::.~e~e~s ~~ w:; ~fv~~~~~ ing it. I am not with the government. COQ: May we see that doc_ument? SKOLNICK: I won't show 1t to anybody. It will come out in our book. COQ: You see, Sherman, you should be open with people. You're playing the same government games that you're supposedly against. SKOLNICK: No, no, you can interview the witnesses. COQ: That's not the point. Could we see the document? SKOLNICK: I can show you a facsimile of it. I'll tell you something. Six man ths ago, if a reporter came to me, I would show him practica)ly everything that was in the house. I gave up that idea after what Rolling Stone did to me. Their reporter, Terry Sheridan, whom I',.··e known for more than three years, once ·wrote a story that was objective about us. It didn't necessarily praise us but merely told the truth about our work. So then Terry Sheridan writes a four-page story in Rolling Stone without referring to the documents. He was there during the two days of hearings. Instead he Vrote that Vhile he was at my house a week or two after the hearings : ' l ""<"" . 1 -~,~};.·~· wa.~i"- ~- i (. : :~, j I -~'~'f:P J >··· _ .Z':. . .. '• ~ • .·.. . '! .. ., 1 ·. , . ·· .• ' _ : d!fh''!!lie&.ttji;jt~. '* • . ,' rhe pilot was dead before the crash. Fl.ighr regulations provide that, at minimum, the pilot must fly the first five minutes and the last five minutes. During the last two and a half minutes we don't hear from the pilot at all. He is not flying. The copilot and the second officer are talking. But our case does not stand or fall on the cyanide issue. For example, most of the food tables were in the serving position. When the plane's landing, those food tables have got to be down, and the biggest crash in the world cannot dislodge those food tab!es. This indicates that the ground controllers misdirected the plane, so that the crew thought they were in a landing pattern and not about to land. The FBI and the Safety Board did not tell the public that many died by being crushed against the food tables. What do they tell you vhen you're appreaching the airport? Fasten your j seat belts and fold up your food table right? Well, you could say that on; . person forgot to fold up his table, but how could most of the food tables be folded out? No doctors or nurses or ambulances that responded to the crash emergency were allowed to go to the plane. They were all kept in a garage 30 to 40 feet away. One doctor went toward the plane and a nameless, faceless person, who the doctor thought was FBI and who had the area blocked off, said that everybody Vas dead and there was no need for doctors. An ambulance driver was not allowed to go any closer either, even though he heard people screaming on the plane. Hundreds of FBI men had taken the area over and kept everyone out, including police. COQ: Why were there so many FBI agents? · SKOLNICK: Of the 12 Warergate people who were on the plane, one survived. She is half out of her mind by terror because of this crash. She keeps moving every month to a different address. She's got triple locks on her house. She told one of our staff people that when she gets to know us better she will tell us about the terrible thlilg.S"tha.t ;entolliiithe-cabillbefofethe crash. We believe that some of Mrs. Hunt's luggage was stolen. She had some under her seat that was stolen before the -:rash. We believe she was murdered. Why else did the FBI not allow the body bags to be examined and refuse last rites to be administered? COQ: Wasn't there any autopsy? SKOLNICK: No. The FBI had stripped all the bodies of all their possessions, all their rings, credit cards, everything. The press was either not diligent enough to know about all this or didn't want to know, because reporters for all the major papers simply put their bylines on press releases. COQ: What advice do you have for young people? SKOLNICK: The United States is the last place in the world for those who want to lead a life of freedom. We are the last place, there is no other place to go. There was a thing called the American Dream, but it has probably been gone for a hundred years now. It has been taken over by the Rockefellers, the Marshall Fields, the Camegies, and the rest of them. There is no such thing as free enterprise. There is no such thing as justice. CO~

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