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' · , HoHa. . ,testimony from Aubrey Young Howe'er, he was not called,m The magazme also stated ~at jThursday, the . Orleans Pansh,until shortly before 4 p.m. Young helped set up a meeting ;Grand Jury once again heard;shortly before 5 p.m. he was~ for Edward Grady Partin, a 1 a Kennedr d~th probe witne~·j allowed to lea,·e the room, and Baton Rouge Teamster official. , ,, jLaler Distrtct Attorney Jtm. the jury went to the courtroo?l The purpose of the alleged ') · Garrison anno~ed that anY,o! Judge Matthew S. Braniff meeting was to offer money lo .' further Al!ests w~l come after about .5:15 p.m. They ~ad; J?O Partin, the chief witness aga~t!~ the c:onspJTacy tnal oi Clay L. retu~ and 'ere dlSI_Ill!S Hoffa at a 1964 jury t.a.mpermg .Shaw. L' · Ulltil next Thursday. ~outine.re- trial in Chattanooga, Tenn., to GarrisoD made · the &tatt· turns were made earlier. · change his testimony, life al' l ment iD response to a qoes- · Dalzell would say only lbat leged. ~ ·' ' tio~ late lD &.be aftc~oon aftt_r the reason for his being c~ed Also it was charged t h t i' . ' -tO llleing pres~~o~)ury teslt· "con~erns the Kennedy ~~ Youn receh·ed telephone calls lor !J~£.ll, who sination, the backgl'ound of Jl. from gCarlos Marcello Jefferson mony of Willi described as :1 petroleOPPOSED CASTRO . ' . l IUD consul 1.o the Ethiopian He described himself as an Parish rackets figure, '!'hile be early foe of Cuban Prime .Min· was on the governor s staff, 10verument. Eaz:lier Garrison ~de a. su~- is~ Fidel Castro, and ~id he and that Yo~g was guest prise appearance outstde hiY:Ot lounded a short wave radi~ p~~ 0 gambling figur~ .fice with Young, a f?rmer atdeigram known as Free V01ce"''rrl Vegas. . to Gov. John J. McKeilhen, after 1Latin America and a group , Another 1ntness before the :Y81Us-:g _ .ili~. 4-.... .. lknown as Friends of a Dem· jury, Criminal Sheriff Louis A. GarriSon saJd Young con·,ocratic Cuba. Heyd Jr., told reporters he ~as tacted us and asked to talk to1 Garrison bas said that ac- going to discuss_ the ~n?us .the grand jury. He has a great ~· cused presidential assassin Lee problem of narcohcs addiction -~ · ·awareness abo~t. tmtrue things Harvey Oswald's associali_ons in the city and the ~ble use · ~: ·said about Louistana." in :'{ew Orleans were exclusive- of a new nonnarcotic drug in ' : Garrison appar~ntly was ~e- !ly 'ith anti-Castro e~emen!s. treatment of addicts. fen:IDg t~ a Life Jolagazme l After J?alzell's testlffiony Gar· In Balon Rouge, the East ,.;en;s wh!ch alleg; d ~at or· 1rison satd the ~son for post- Batoo Rooge Parish crand ' •• •' .;! ·ganiz.e<i crlllle flourishes l1l Lou-1poning any possible further ar-1 jury heard secret testimony . •·' i.siana. . , !rests is that arr~ts see~ t~ : Thursday from an invesliga' ~~OT ,FLOURISHL"G lcause "catastrophic .outbur.~t:. tor for the Department or .·. ; : Gamson a assessment of ~e City Attorney Alnn J. 'Liska Poblic Safety thea quit 1rork : ~anized crime P.r~bl~~ m: entered the jur_Y roo~ shorlly 1Ullil Tuesda):. ,=-cew Orleans was : No, Its nol l after Yooag eXlttd. Liska was Hubert L Prudhomme told! flourishing. It's tmder control! scheduled to testify about be r re entenn g the . · · · · . o Ior a City of this s12e. New 0 r-. liquor law l'iolations. He sal d newsmen grand jurv room he )mew of I •· . I I I ! anee · ~ Cfndl~c: te pa ce...-:;i'apc:. cur an~ l PAGE 1 · $late.) SECTION 1 i :.i I a ·TillES PICATUNE · i th: t3. .• . .. ~~d ::i;: ::::ea:;tci~;! . , of this SIZe. ll-3-67 l :C•tio n: ~ E~t ~at~~ ~~~~ ~ I a~ . Ch:ua,c;t~r: ., ~}!· ~~ ' · !". • ~nd cr recently arrested, ~arrison s_id. ishgati~rg~~u2;t ~~~ei~~~s re-:once arresdtedbohi~ for makmg a ··You can call it orgaruzedl homema e m ~ ' crime if 'OU want Our convic· quest.. . . · . Novel, former New Orleans tions in the ambllnc area are Ass!Slant Dtslncl Atto,me) s ; tavern keeper. was estion~ ret! good.~ . Charles R. W_rd, Jam~..._ Al- tby the grand jury ea er m 1ts a P w~ silalt Aiming the ~~ and Alnn Y ~ a~com-!probe into reports o[ racketeer· · . . . g_ tt-bP. 'd parued Yo~~t.~ JurY . . • / , mterview. . How.e.v ~Ore~e room short! " noon. l(r - ·· I ,_) C·..' i - later be ·will ~"'nd Ju ifl 'He arrive e city about , ~~ - _ Jef!enon ~~<Jr"~ '-~c; a. m. in the co'&!pan'y No-r itE~~..., ..:.JJ~ .I R rJn !um~~~~i/ - ~~ - · r., _,. ol ·- 199 NOV CRil/E .CONDIT IONS ! S '{'.J,'J'E OF LOl!ISIJ..l.:J. Ia . '· F.:ll•or: TUie: be was appearin' at his own lonly one reason his testimony request. . . '-a may be needed. Young testi!u~d prev1ously uc- . Prudhomml! sa;d he knew the Gordon Novel ·a routh 'oa~( caard~~~~~!o~~ ~:~f't!:~~ ~ore I Aut~or: 9.7 J·; ); t · .. - . . "' ""'. ~ J ,, Clo :,.:H~;:• : ~":92- Su~:•lttlr>e; D ' · or c::• ~·~Y. 0 ... .., LJ.. .._: " ~ . .. s~: ., ~ TnYe~tt.;.ited r ·. ·
  4. 4. . .,.,I . . ·~ .· .- .-·.. . :- .... .· - .. ~ .• j • ; I ~ • - I •. ' ing_ ¥uerse on sta~ mem. He also was sought for questioning in Garrison's probe of the KeMedy assassination. Young met with Dist. Atty. Pitcher in his oflice, but reporte_?l~· ~d not. re~o tbat •• g;'iiila · J_'l r'Y ~10n . _ • . . - , . . •. ' • i ·.r ~ · r~
  5. 5. -· """'----- - ~ ... 1. ""! . · - - - · - - ·· ' ( i .. ( t I 1 - llr. DeLoach 1 - llr. llobr 1 -Mr. Wick I t - ~ ~Th~ At~or~ey .:-., General ,., ~ '.(') HEC 46 f. ./: I · . ! : ., ·~·'·. ~) ;5 - ....' - Director, FBI •ay 19, 1967 • ' - 1 1 1 1 ASSASSIBATIOft OP PRBSIDEIT JOHN I'ITZGER&I.n DUJWI D BEB 22' 1963 . NI.t.AS. 2'BX&S - Rosen Sullivan Branigan Lenihan Mr. Kr. llr. llr. ... -~ .f. •at .. ftere ia attached a copy of a ~ran~ dated ! _.. · •ay 18, ~J67, which was pr~p~od bJ Special Agent (SA) - -'-· aegia ~~ennedy_ of our Orleans Office and which •eta forth in!oraation concerni~ SA Kennedy'• appearance before tbe Orleau Pariah-Gr-~cf..J!q_ ~~- -~~1 _~J ,_1~7. · - - ·- ·· -- - ·-. . •ew i : . , •· .. ' ~ l . l'or 7our latoraation, on h7 16, 1987, United States Attorney Louis c. LaCour aade available to SA KeDDedf the followi~~g atateaent which SA KeDDedJ was to ~till.Ze 1D the event he was questioned by the Orleans Pariah Grand Jury relative to 1Dformat1on in bia poaaesaion aa a result of official 1avest1gat1on conducted bJ him &8 a Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of IDYntigation: ~ I -. j ~ I "I reapectfully decline to &D8W8r the question oa the -croUDd that to &JUnrer the -rueat1on would require ae ~ _ diaclose inforaatioD and aaterial which bas been acquired by ae ln the performance of •1 official duties and official atatua u • Special A8e•t o:f tba Federal Jlllreau of Iaveatiptioa , ~ .. .. ~ -~--~ J--. t.:i F..; -.:.: ;,..··. ~.-. r. · :,:~~ .r··~ ~ .." ·1;. · "I would like to hrtber inform thia Grand JU1"7 :: that I have been directed in a telegram froa the Attorney General of the United States aa follows: 'Be subpoena served ~ on 7ou to testify before Grand Jury 1D Orleans Pariah Cri•i.nal District Court Mar 18, 1967. This confii'IIS that pursuant · · !<~ . to Depart.ental Order 324-64 dated October 8, 1964, ud :~ y ~deral Resister 'Yolaae 29, •umber 199, page 14027, dated ..·.. ~- ~ t -~~ber 10, 1964, 70u are directed to ra.pectfully refuse to ,- . t-,tlfy about or diacloee i~oraatlon or aaterial acquired 0 · . ,in /'hie performance of 7our off1~;1al .• itutiea or because of 70ur l ~~-;;.,h _ _~CJtfic"~l atatUII. See Vnl'ted Statea ex rel. Tou.hy v. Ragen, ~ :: • S"-~Q U. ·• • 462 and coD8111 t Order ~"-6~ for procedure 'to be .~ ~=~::: fot~.· And fwr~~ ~~~' 1'3a*' l*dhlbited ~ Depart.ent of 1 ?1:, 4 : . . __ ' ,. . · .1 . ·~· ; F.•: [~~ I · =~::~i,'K ~ ~;;.:~. (13) T•l• . Room Hoi- - I • ! . . ':'"" ! ~ c ... d.,, <J ~~ j r 1 ~~ ~ ·.....- --. U fib 1Q /r~· , '; / (- TELETYPE UNIT D !/.f'';¥'Y b~ &BE - MOTE, PAGE 3 PERS.tltEC~ UNIT · r( .( !_f./ ' 1 ~/ . 4~, ~-:· pe / U _
  6. 6. I ·. ' ,~ • ... .. ~· • (: r ~he .lulltice Order Jrumber 324-64 from giving an:r information ~­ aDd aaterial which has been acquired by ae in the perfora&Dce of •r· official dutiea and atatus u a Special .Acent of the ;.· Wederal Bureau of Inveatigation." ! ~ .. . . I "j . .. . ~· .: .. )' l •. 1 I 4 ,. ' .. I -j I Attorney General :- .. You will note in the enclosed aemorandum, which . . . prepared by SA Kennedy, that United States Attorney LaCour lnl tiallJ iDstructed 8.l Kennedy, after he wu aubpoenaed, 'to invoke the privilese on all queationa put to him and to only answer aa to hia name, the fact that he la an &Kent, and that be is assigned to the •ew Orleans Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. You will also note that after the hearing on the aorning of May 17, 1967, when the Government'• aotion to quash the aubpoena of SA Kennedy was dented and prior to SA Kennedy's appearance before the Orleans Parish Grand Jury, Assistant United States Attorneys Ciolino and Vetera tempered llr. LaCour's instructions to the extent that it would be aeceasary for SA Kennedy to justify invoking the privilege aa it would be aubject to judicial review. Assistant United Statea .Attorney• Ciolino and Vetera told SA Kennedy to use ·hia cnm judpent in invoking the privilege and that he ahould answer questions of his own personal knowledge, and that lf he was in doubt on any «~Uetstion, be could come out of the Orand Jury room and aak them about it. ' .·i ; • "t '• ·.~J ' You will further note that SA Kennedy anticipated be aight be asked certain questions by Xew Orleans District Attorney James Garriaon and he cited an example of a question to Assistant United States .Attorneys Ciolino and Vetere. You will note that in the example cited, SA Kennedy waa told be 8hould answer in the affirmative aa this waa a aatter of his own P.raonal knowledge. ~ ' ~ ; ~' .; ·' ' i· ~ . ~ '•' r. ·. ~ l ' .. It ia the underatanding of this Bureau that a ctueation bas been raised in the Department u to why 8A Kenaedy testified as be did before the Orleans Pariah Grand Jury on May 17, 1967, and ~d not follow the original lnatructiona 18aued to bla by United States Attorney LaCour. .l.a pointed out above and in the enclo.ure, the original lnstructiona of United States Attorney LaCour were tempered by instructions civen SA Kennedy by .lssi•tant United States Attorneys Ciolino and Yetera immediately prior to 8A Kennedy's appearance before the Orleans Pariah Orand Jury. !'Ilia reaul ted in M Kennedy being placed u a position where bE! was to decide Wllicb f1Ueationa he abou1d or ahould DOt &D81Jer based upon bia 01JD judgment • : .I - 2-
  7. 7. .< . ' ... • . .. - · . . - Tbo Attorney General i A •• t .. :I' . . : I --~ 7.- ~ ·.- .::--:-- . .,.:-·::.-7:: _., • ·# ·.. . :_ . · · .. :~!1:~~~:.-- :··. . • · · It would appear to this Bureau that United Stat•• f·· ·· ·._ . Attorney LaCour could have prevented uy possible 111a1D~·;. ~ . _. pratation of Departaental iutructlou bT SA Kenned7 llad ·:.-.i-. : ,. llr. LaCour personally handled all brlefinp 1D thia utter · -~~'=' • with SA Kennedy and not have delesated auch reaponslbilltt. . to Aaaistant Vnlted State• Attorneya Clol1DO and Yetera. 1 truat that this letter and the encloaure will answer any queations 7ou aay have concerning 8l leDDe«f'• teatiaony before the Orleana Pariah Grand Jury on ••7 17, 1167. f '- ,. Encloaure -~ I 1 - llr. Harold Barefoot Sanders, Jr. (Bncloaure) Aaaiatant Attorney General i ,,. 1 - llr. Pred II. ViDSon, Jr. (Kncloaure) Aaslatant Attorne7 General . 'j 1 - llr. J. 1falter Yeagley (Bncloaure) Aaaiatant Attorney General JfOTE: .. .: i See cover aemorandum 1f. A. Branigan to 1f. C. Sullivan elated Kay 19, 1967, captioned aaae, prepared b7 llEL:cla. :~": :' ' ...4 ' ., ,•'t"- ." J :. ~' .. . · ·: -~~ ,._ ,.._ !. '. . .I 11 I -!·. ~ .. .l I I " ., ' ; - 3- ~
  8. 8. .' ·----'--'-- ~ ·-··-----~·--:,..---_._· :•-! I ' : •{ ' . ·< ( ( . ( I D omesliC I nte/linence . ~ o·IVISIOn .. INFORMATIVE NOTE Oaoe 5-18-()7 .' ·::· We have previously been William 1Ya D advised that Cla L ,yne alzell is a £riend of Y · Shaw, accused b J" conspiracy to a Y 1m Garrison of ssassinate Pr ·d F · Kennedy Garr· es1 ent John 1 that Dalzeil · so~ :eportedly suspects . 1s Prov1d1ng Sh • W1th information t 0 . aw s attorney defense. ass 1 st them in Shaw • s r·. ·. ~ Bureau Dalzell was Iiles reveal that in 19Gl involved with individuals in l I The inforuhltio . t be furnished to then he attached will Service and to CIA. Department, Secret :-n . 1 REL:as ~- -·;- --· ·--·~~-- ... '~r'''',~ ;LJ._., ' ~- (t; ... ... ~ ··- 1-- /r-· ;· f~ -~ - ,. ~· ~ . -.,IJ .. - :V~·:'...-,·t.~ , .. · 0 >- -.."'4-'. '>I" ............ .. "'~~- _,. . .... • • • •, . x~= r·.; . ,. ;i ' . ·I' ..~ j',' • r • ·: ' :-:· ~·. ~59!. .. .... . . ... .,.., -----·-·-·--.-4#-~·-·· .~
  9. 9. . • ' -:;>- I / :· .'. .. -· -· -~I ~. ~-· .;-. t •·. : • . f 4) ---·---- ·- . -·-:-. r;-·::.-:-:::-;.- ·- -· 1:;: ;;~~~-· . I ( ..;:,r •. B·.-~;-­ ~.r :-. Ca.;p.e:r- .. A1·. ( aL.aha.n . -. (Priority) ;--.~+-----:-----------------------------,e:-f---;;r' : . ~--~ : 'J • • i/.-'· ~- . fl .,,l / ,. - :j . 'fu' ~-- :.'~· > :· :·' . ; • . : ; ,; T'J! /, , DIRECTOR 1 FBI (62-109060) . SU&TECT: ::A~SAS.S INAT.ION... OYJ.RES ID~ I U1ss HC'l..mea ~Ess Ga.od - ~~---I-=- : I ·, JOHN FITZGERALD.. KENNEDY._ .DALLAS, TEXAS, 11/22/G3 HISCELLANEOUS - INFO CONCERNING 00: DALLAS • - a SAC, NEW ORLEANS (89-69) . K·. ~l- ~/ ::·~: ~- Enclosed herewith for the Burea~ are newspap~r articles appearing in New Orleans newspaper~ concerning th~ assassination of President JOliN IITZGER.'LD KENNEDY. •-e;:h Enclosed for Dallas a11d Miami are one copy G.. L n : e newspaper articles. Bureau (Encl. 4) (Encl. 4) 1 -Dallas (89-43) (Encl. 4) 1 - .New Orleans (Jl- 'f ~liami ECW:jab (!:5) c. c. - s::h:-p , -- SEP 221967 ·~·' ...- .'~ ,, ,"I ,· .r ~ ~. : L· . .. ~~ .~. 1 ·!" · Ta.~--­ _--...,_ "'~.._~ "'ltf'-/ II· C·-' 0 1f ,j J"' J. l"R01; Ro., .:;,. Trutter Tele. E.ooj:n- AIRIAIL / : .! ~, (T)pe i.n plaintcr;l. or corid Via -----'':.....:...------' .' • Mr. 1 . Mr. idr. ---------;;r.::-:-:::~P:-iLA=:-:-IN=:::-::::.T-=E:-:;XT,:.--:-------l AIRTEL-- , jFtf~:ru.d Date: T-ran.s:nU the followinQ in - 1. FBI Sent - - - - - - M Per-------
  10. 10. -- ( ,. ·-• --- •: --·----------'-'--~::_M_:_..=.::=-..::.-.-=:-=:.--:-·~-:,-~'o.-·---: -I - ~~~.ount Cli~~in~ - In S,c-cc fic!o...,-) .;,..,;'--=-.JB!n anvt.btr tkvdonm.!nl ia i SHAW ATTORNEY . ~~~~!~~·lea~~,~=: : jar y AI>~ 1rU lor 'tl'inia~- ~)!!D. m Dauphine, e:rder· bun to~ pear·at ! p. m~ nrsday. MUM ON PLANS I usaerl graDd · 'w·on.t A' I . 1r ntent10ns on Garri:on's office q~estioned Change of~enue Dalzell in Jw1c. He has been de. l 1 I. , .~ ,,' ; : ' ·/ ' l r1 ~. ·.. i ! I .. F • J ' I r An attorney for Clav Shaw : r d to h · ....__l re u_se say. w e _or 00 he .rntends to flle a motion for change of venue for Shaw's conspiracy trial after a Crimlnal District Court judge .refused to ·- throw out Shaw's indictnleill. i :· scribed as a J)'!troleum adviser 10 the Etbi(IJlian_ go'£'! nment. He was an IDCO~'porator of an anti-CasU o orgc>nization in 1 f'ew Orleans early in 1961. The! group, k.nO''D <Is the Friends of! lJemocrrJtic L'uba, {'as later merged into other a~li Castro s _ ___ _ _ _ . •. ~ I :.'I : ' . i' .. . : ;.··~~-:. : ·Arc " ..,. . ..... ..: . a.a::1.~ o( (lr..dlcolR p=qe-, n•-•p-opcr. clly •nd a tat •• ] PJ.. GE 1 _ Monday. SECT-ION 1. Judg< Edward A. Ilagg<rty Jr. denied two separate motions to qua.sh Shaw's con wir~cy ipdiclment Jlnd 'a'e 1 the defense until Tliesday to ! file. additional pleadings. · Shaw, a 54-year-<>ld retired T IJIES PICA TUNE _NE!t ORLEANS, U. I I ', •. ;New Orleans businessman, was indicled earlier this year for criminal conspiracy in the dealh of President John F. Kennedy. · He .is the only man to face thls ·charge. . . After the judge announced hi~ decision defense attorney F. Ir- l vin Dymood would not comment ·! ·, ' '• ... . l ., )on the possibility or a move for · · ·a change of venue, which wouid • move tne trial from .!ew Or· leans. ] Dymond made no commit monts as to what ple<idJngs he 'may file, but did say: ··we- want a trJal at the earl liest moment, but there are c e r t a i n mechanics to be ¥~o-rked out prior Lo the trial, such as obl.aining CKI.l..QI-town witnesses. ... As (ar as the preyar.~iion l 1 ~oes, we are rc.::ady, bat, as I 1 s.ay, there are S{lme me- J c:b.anics." 1 I Judge Haggerty said ;etling o{ a trial dale is legally in hb hands as trial judge inasmuc:J: as the state has moved for a speeey triaL , ··1 am going to set a date for: D<rle: Edltlo-;1.: 9/19/67 A.cthor: :: Edltor: • nt1., J.SSASSINATIC.'! (. PRESID?lfT JO.~'if I'. : KiJirJ~s~~~JD!.LLAS J ., cb~r-.J.cl-:;:-: Closs.l(lcott:>n: ... , I this trial as soon as all thE' pleadings are hied and have! -..::~d :ViU:,'+- rx-,.. k• •..;!· : 89- Sut.:n.tt!.J.nq O(fLc,..: l -. •" [ i .• .. ./:/ ·. - .·-· );r--,-. ' c)..,_:- T~ )_J'Q :"f ~ t]. J L)t
  11. 11. ( I •( . .~u:'lt Cli;;i.,il In S;acc Below) () Sl1aw Inifictment.· Q.q11.eold--. brAid!..~ dge~•,o•~-~~ :;,· ,( nmma 15 nc ~ ,.e ,oes, we are ready, but, as I like to reserve the right to Eriward A. Hag!,!Nty Jr. . aay, there are some mecban- answ!'r any plt>ading! the detC'day refusert to throw . lcs," he added. rense might file, and added o11l the -::nnspi1 acy indict- JUDGE HAGG~RTY 1ave that he did not know bow ment ag<li m:l Cl~y L. ~reason for denymg the ~o- m~ time fo ask far Iince . . lions to quash. He derued he dld IXY. know the nature Silaw and mritcatrd that: th~~ orally, ••ith no written of the defen::e's ple;:~dings. he hopes ti' try Shav.: opmion. The judge ask£d the de', " ; 1ext mnnth.'' . Dymond objected to the rul· fense attorneys if they cared ~w is d>~t>c' "A i!l! crim· mg,. reserving a bit~ of ex· to dh:ulge the nature of their -. . _, .. . th Ia . ceplions for a possible ap- pleadmgs. Tbe defrnse de~: . . rn'u CODSpi: acy m ~ s ymg peal. clined. of Presider.t John F. KenJudge Haggerty then noted The defen~e had based one : nrdy. that the indictment was filed or its motlor.s to quash on its 1be jucige a-:t•!d ~ 1day on March 22, and remarked that claim that some members oi '" o se~r~•~· mnti.,~s to quash the case la nearly six months the gr:md j;.,~· o;;-ht-:h indict· thP. lncilctnu•:tl ag;w15L Shaw, old. e1 Sitaw were connected with a ~year-~ld re!i;·e<i Hrw Or· ..AS OF THIS moment, pel"S(Ins contributing funds to leans ~ ~~'!ssman, t!Je on_ there are no more pleadings Garri~on·s probe. ly ~rsoo chuged s-. far by DIS· in the case. I'd like to find 1liE D E F E ~ S E also ;net A_ttornry Jil: . G~rr~n o_ t if the d~ense plans addi- ~ ch~gcd that the J ist frOifl u wtth dire,·: p;~r!Jci fH!ton m tiona! pleadmgs,'' the judge ••htclt the grand jurv lhat m· ttJe allegt -! Ke'lr.t::y plot. said . dieted Sh:~w was dr~wn came 1 4~ · Dymonc! said he did have from a pool or less than 75(1 ; AFI'ER rn.:LJ:'•G, .J u d g e more pleadings to file. namP:;, Jn violation of state 1 . Haggerty o:;•id tiJr 'rial w~ ., i"1: C11n'1 conceive what other Jaw . bo· set n,..x• rPorth ·if it is pleadings you could file. You The stale has denied the Jegally p•~ '-i blf _.. have alread~ filed pleadings char g~.::. He gave c... ier cl~lrt•sr coun- from A to Z," lald Judge On another front o( Garri· s-·1 F . Irvin DyfTI ~nrl until Haggerty. . Eon's probe today. the DA's n'"xt Tur ~;!;;y :o ri!r. final THE JUDGE said be would orric':! issu~d a ~ubpena for p~eadings in th~ ~<l <C', and ~ive the de~ense a r.eek to Willinm DaL:ell, 528 Dauphine. s.•id he ~ •.:tid ~et ;: !·· i.:~l dale file Its pleadings, and extend- to appear bdore tht Orleans . a:' aoon ,,r •'le ri:till plradings ed this to a week and a day • Pari.;h Granrl Jury at 2 p. m are dispo~e~! nf. at Dymond 's request. . 'rhursda}. . Dymond. aft r !he !:'!Iring, Judge Haggerty said that 1 Delzell, w!lo was questioned rdused t!' t:'"~mmtr.t rn wheth· inasmuch as the sta~e has by G~rrlson in Jwte, !las been e- the dcftr.5t> '"ill f:JP a mo- moved for a speedy tnal, the descnbed as a petroleum ad· t ·Jfl for a o::h<l':g.- t>l venue: setting of a trial date is le- 'iser to the Eth iopian govthat Is to '""''·e Pt~ t;i~l fro m gaily in his hands as trial 1 rr nment. Dal?.ell w2s an in· 1 ... ew or;rif:t"' judge. cnrporahr in early l!lF! of an " 1 am going to set a dale anti-Castro organizat:cn he.re, ASKED }JM T mu'it·ns the for this trial as soon as all I the Frilmcf~ or Democratic c!-!fense ~t:it pl?ns tro file, Dy- the pleadings are filed and 1 Cubn. l·iOnd ref!:~rd ,,, .:-,.,n,nit him· have been cllspensed wlth," 1 The orcanization later wa~ self. be said. merger! iitto other anti-Castrr "We "illl~ a trhl al =u11: · f(SSISTA!'I.'T DA James L.__ !!roup~'-- ____ ... c _ . . _ earliest m0tr.cn1:· Dymond s1id, "b!H lhfre are certain meehank: !o be vt'!"ked oul r rior to !he trial. such as . '· "1ll>taining "Ul - of • fMrn wit· . - ·aewapaper, ·-. cur •nct atate.J PAGE 1.A .. SECX.ION l STJ. TES ITEJI --.. NEF ORLEANS~ LA • I I I .. .. .... I I ! flesses." ~'-?S •he p~p=rsl ; "'? ·. / - I . I ' , .l ,"/ . .I ·. . ,. . .·-· ; Date: Edltlo~: 9/18/67 FINAL /.•thor: EdHor: • J.ss•ssn·J'i'IO'! or. =•'· · .• 1 PRESIDF.li'I' JOH,! T. TUle:. 1i .~ •. •• L . . &.) KE·)·l'_,D I 1' DJ-LJ"" 1 11-22-oJ ~i'O r.:,.. 1 '"'· Cbar... ct,.t: or Classlflcatlcn: 8?,·· Sub:nliUnc; OC!Ict: ,'f • 0• ~ LA. .
  12. 12. ·-- I I ) ~ - •••. • . ·- - · - - - ~ · " '"!'"---.. - - . • • • • . to.(U_Q_ge ·RefUses IJ:lrow _ -. " Qut Sh aW. G aS e ~ far as the preparation '..he_ did ool know tJw pwrra goes, we are ready, but, e-i of the defense's pleadings. :-~.tr:~~-some mechan· : The jOOge asked tbe de· .; . ' fense attorneys if they cared 1 '} 1 f'.rim~al Distrlrt Judge , Jl!DGE HAGGf:RTY gave to divulge lbe nature of thelr .. ,. H goerty !r • uo 1USOD for denymg the ~o- pleadings 'lbe defense deEdwaf11 . . a " · tions to quash. He derued cl' 1 d 11 today refu.5ed lo throw . them orally, with no written The · d f e b d based · · di t ·· e ense a one out thr !'OnSpJracv tn c - optmon. ted the ru1 of · ts motill(IS to quash on its , ~ ·, . Dymond objec to .., : ment aga1~ ~ t . f-t ay L · ing, reserving a bill of ex- claim tha t some members of , · -1' q· S~w 2 '1< mri 1~2 .ed that ceptions for a possible ap- the gr-'ln-:1 jary -;;llicil indic the hoprs to try Shaw peal. ed Snaw were connected with ..urly n ext rnnn !h ." Judge Haggerty then ~t.ed persons rontribulir.g funds to Shaw I< ~re"d with crim- that the indictment was f1led Garrison's probe . . .. ~ . March 22. and remarked th at . ;. lna.l con~ J:olrBC':W m the slaymg the case is nearly six months TilE D E F E ~ S E al ~o ' . nl Pre$i"""t -'"lm F. Ken- old. charged that the list from nedy. which lhe grand jury that in· 1be 'judge a: l£-c' h>day on ..AS OF THIS momen t, dicteri Shaw was drawn came • two seps rilte m'ltio~s to quash there are no more pleadings from a pool of less than i 50 lbe indi,:!merl a~a rn~l ~haw, in the case . I'd like to find names, in violation of state a ~yur-old rPti:·( t1 New Or- out if lhe defense plans addi- law. leans b::~ i:Je~ O! ~:l r . t'le only tiona! pleadings," the judge The stale bas denied the persoll.('harge:J sn ('l r by ~is- said. charges. .. · - .. :~ ... · · !riel Al!l'rney .f~r.: Garr~n Dyment:! said he did ha·e On another front of Garri: with dir( r 1 parti -:ipation Jl1 more pleadings to file. sen's probe today. the D.'s . ~ l.be aile~ !:~ 1; r.o,l'rl: · plot. "I can't conceive whal other offict. issued a subpena ff'J r . .. pleadings you could file. ~ou i William Dal!ell, 528 Dauphin(', AFfEfl R~ l .lf"(,, ~ u d g_ have alread~ filed pleadiDgs .I to _ap~'!al befor e the Orleans e Ha.gger1 y sa1 lhr, tr,t.al . Wl_ • from A to Z," said Ju~e Parish Grand Jl!l·y at 2 p. IT' . •l 11 be set nH~ m?_nl.• · lf 11 15 Haggerty. Thur sc1ay. legally p•·::;!h_ lc 1 Dalz'!ll , v;ho a!' questio~ed He ga "~ ~1 :-l clr~,.nse cou ~THE JUDGE said he would ! by Garri~'ln in Jcne, has b·;en ·.. 'j .· sel F . l r Vltt 0~ l):<f until give the defense a week lo I descrihe1 as a petroleum ad- : ·. . oext .1u •d,a r ~o hie final , file its pleadings, and extenri~ visl'r to the Etr.iopian g~,-­ .. p4eadin;?~ 1n •h~ ca~. and ed this to a week and a da) ernmenl Dalzell was an msaid he ~a ouhl •e.! il tr1al ~ate at Dymond's request. . corporator in early 1961 oC an 1 ~r.... ' , as 100n :~::: tllr. f m:~! pleadmgs Judge Haggerty .sa1d that anti-Castro organization he~e. . are disrn.-1".:! of . . inasmuch as the state has the Fri~nds of Democratic ., . Dpnr nd. a !~'?r th" hean ng. m o,·ed for a speedy tria~. the Cuba. ... ·~ : 1 refuf '?d ;o cGmrn~nl ?n wh elh· setting of a trial date JS ~e1 he organ ization later was :· _ ' gally in his bands as tnal merger! into other anti-Castro 1 ~ e - {!efrr:s~ v.·lll file a Mo-i ,; ~ -. Ii=< "-:- .,.. c hangr: ('( venue-..- "ju" dge: group'> . . that is t<' mtwc the trial from ' 'I am going to set a dalr _ Wor king with Dalzell in.. lhe New C~ !fan~. lfor this trial as 100:0 as all group <' ere the late Guy Ban! the pleadings are filed . an~ isln, a former FBI agent a nd ASK£') WHAT motio~ the . have been dispensed With. ' onl'·linw assista!'lt superin·y ~ ,,! defensc still plans to file, Dy- be said. tenclent cf New Orleans polh.. e I mood rr folsed to commit him- 1 a!'d freq~ently mentionec in Rll. ASSISTANT DA James L. conne~.:ti(ln wit~ the Garri~!ln ..We want a trial at the dlr""lr ·.nid .!he stale would investigaticn ; Gr ady C. Pur' . to i6f:l • 'fie rtght . to , J, '"'1, a former New Orleans earliest 'llOment.." Dymond · . &aid, "C:.:t ~re are certain like ;:a~s the de- . a ttorney : and Willi~. ~-~ei!l• ~ !"'irs to t-e ....:rted out answer ~y P nd addE:rlJJII~n .D .!'ell· Orlea.rd= atw..! my_. • prior t ·. th e tri;ol, &UCh ~ fense nught file, a . /, . .. . ·• . _. . I obtain;!lg ou• . 'l! town w1t- that be did not knOW ~~ , . (. . . .•. . " _ ~- - ( .,.,.. =": - _ .. . .. -· ~ ·- -~ (Indicate p:c;e, DC~• of clty ond a lal.r.J ••••paper. PAGE lA SEC.TION l STATES . ITEJ/ . NEif ORLE~NS, LA • -. ,1 ! . ~' ' l. I l _ I ' I*IC-'·- _ r ' _ .. ·• ~_.... '.ir:? to ask . !~~~~:_e . . . 9/18/67 Date : EdlUoo: ,. .. thor: £d1tor: Tltle; RED FLASH __ J.SS ..l..SSINJ.'i'IC.'/ c.~· PR ESID2NT JOHN ?. __ KENJ:'£DY,. DALVS 1 T.....~ ll-22-o3 ..ii'O Ctiac..&cl,.:: or Classlfl:a tlo :: 8?,- Svb:nlttl nq O fH ct : .f • 0 • , .- .. ) 5. .) L !. ..
  13. 13. . .. ' • . ... iT . · - .. . ....-.- -·--- - -· ... ·- ( 1- ) I R·ul·l n" g Due :.r cha"":'g';d Dttrand jury that in~~:: which the ·o 0u '"h r::(':;; . n as h· 81.d.by s aw-~~~w~:~~o~::~ ~fo:S: • .'J;ll e ;stat'! bas denied Ihe j y . r. . ~ : . . ' dieted Sbaf was drawn came from a pool ol Jess than 750 . . m "iolatlon ~ state·: . ... ~ · •, ~! :. ' ,:!.': . . • ' ::· (lncUcate p:o;e. aa=• of ••••paper, cur ecul alate. ) i , PAGE lA for a cbatlge of 'ertue 1f the qua:;h mOtions fail. 1his wu~ld Clay L . Shaw, accused further delay selling 1 tr1al , by DA Jim Garrison of date . since a hr~ring would conspiring to m u r d e r ban! to be he1d on a change of vl!nue moli<'n. . President John F. K enIf the mo!i')l'ls to quash la1l nedy, was due to learn to- and Shaw's attol'"fleys do not day whether he must 010,-e to chan!!e ~be pl:Jce of stand trial on the charge. the trial from Nrw ~ ~~ ans, . . . be C'O:Ild come to tr1a! by Shaw, reb~ managmg d1 !y oext mon•l> ~~ rector of the International I tBI · Trade Mart. and his attorneys ! pending two motions, 1 have both aimed at throwing out Ule indictment against him. SE'CTION l .. STATES ITEJ/ NEW ORLEANS, -LA. I cutiM~AL DISTRICT Court Judge Edward A. Haggerty Jr. said he would rule on both motions t.oday. Judgr Haggerty promised . his decision today arter a pre- • trial hearing last week on an initial motion and a supplemental motion to quaslt the ch;u·gr. . During the hearing, defense attomev F. Irvin Dymond hit at the ' previous Orleans Parish Grand Jury, whose CorPman was Albert V. LaBiche. 1 • and Ule wa v il was selectt>d. 11·~ defense charged that JT'-:mhers llf the grand jury 1 , nich indicted Shaw were nol · 1 i.Jupartial as some were connected with persons contribut· l ing funds to Garrison's assas• sination g_robe. 1. c.. . ;.; •· - 9/18/67 RED COJIET Ec!ttor: J.SSASSJ!J).TJO.'l 0." PRES JDC.lfT JO H T. N Title: I : - KE!.'l!EDY ,_ D.J.Li.AS, 'I':; ., ll-22-o3 FO }. Cho r ~ct ~ t ; C1oaatf1caUc:>: Bl•• Sub2ltUno; Ofllce : ,'f . ( ) . J .-. .... •.' . t · ' Date: Edmo.. : #.a thor: I .. ·, • ' / L). •
  14. 14. .. l, - . i • - ,· . _, " ' ( ,_ ( ) Domestic Intelligence D i vision INFORMATIVE NOTE Dol,. I I r. 11/J/67 Wiliiam Wayne Dalzell was active in anti-castro Cuban activities New Orleans area in the early 1960's. We have previou~ly received report that Garrison desired to question Dalzell as to his knmrledge of possible anti-castro Cubans being involved in the assassin'a tion. We received no information during our ipvestigation of the assassination that Dalzell was ever acquainted with Lee Harvey Oswald or involved in any manner in the assassination of President Kennedy. Inasmuch as data in the attached teletype appeared in news media, no dissemination will be made of it. REL:chs - ~ :· ··~. ;. . .,.. i': '•" ~ ·. ·; · '- '·l ~· .,. ·· -~-- ; ~ . ----- --·---·-··· -· - ~· ' 'i ..:- - ----- - ;·. t t i· 'i~ l .· ' --- - ..- !"· . . . ... -· ·- · -~ ""'-- · - · .. . _ , 4 - '"'' . .
  15. 15. I ; -. .. :... .. • ' - -- ---·- ·- -- ·' . ( . . ( •. :. I~ ! ·t:o-·"-..7 ·r , t . .. }/:',.." VJ .. ~~.:,." .,, .~_:~ : . .. ·' ~· ll ·.!~ ,, • · . I I . ' . -,..-T .. ~IT- ' · - . .. . "" .. .rl] '. - Mr. ' , , , .; -- !li ,.. ... . " FPI '/ .' ' } "lASH Dr. ..s.cn .. . ~~ ; I,Y Mr. T a v l ' l M r. Tt'.. tt~­ 'I FPI Tele. Rou m . M•s.a lJ,hle&.Misa Gandr- ll'F.:~! tt-3-G? ~rr. TO FR0!1 r , t . RECTOR 62-109060 AND CALLAS ?9-43 t!EH ORLEP. ~'S ?9-69 qs_:_~~CU..tAll::l_~-!lF...P.RESl.DE~T - --lOlHJ .F.I T7rGERALD DALLI~, TEXA ~, ~~OV. TPFr'TYTWO, SI XTYTHR INF'f':l cm! CER~·p•r,, oo: DALLAs ••.. MJI THE TI MEs- REPORTED lltn . ,, /)j t.l~ KnWF.DY, f-11 SCFLLANEOUS I : . · ' [ _, Yl' t. I • • -i 1 / P. <.:' : PJCAYli~'E I ~~ ITS ISSUE OF' ~1 0V. TH . EE !~STAr: TH~. T ~Il·~ ,: ~AL7ELL, - ~-·- ~ WHf') OECCR! P.~D. HJMCELF' As A L f ' PETP.('ILf.IJ~ CO~~SlllTA'; T TO T!-IE }JHIO?_IAf-' GOVFRt~;-lDn, ~PPFARED J (' ., a • t • ~ • AS A '·HT~JF;:s 0 1:f'nRf. THE r.RLf'AP.l S PARJCH GP. M1D Jl'PY H ' CO~!~'ECTIO N I WAS eUOTE'D AS AS A WIT~E~S GROU~D 1C~lm!~l THE REA SO ~' FOR HI~ DAL?ELL. DESCRifED H!MSFLF' A S CA~P?f' n•rw•1 ~~ TH~ ~ACK- EA RLY FOE M 1 D ~AID HF HAD f('IUNDED A 5H 0R T t,.I AVE PAOlO A< FREE V0ICF OF AS FRIFr'Dt:: 11F DEMOCRATIC LATH' Ai1ERICA A~D A GROUP -- M 1 t!0 U"'C ED T)JAT ANY FURTHER A~~FST~ J~ CO~~EC TIO N WITH THf MF ~ ~EDY fl'! [' FA ~E' 0~£ I c/' 62 NOV 131967 ~1R. - {) 6<i.. .J,o__ CURA;'ff~ 39 {p;J_ -/0 ~ 0 ~ 0 - T~E /IRTICLE RFPORT ED T H ~T DA ~~ ,_, . .. .! ' P.!='H: G C': ALLED CC~ C ~Pr ~ TH E KF~~Eny A~~ASSI ~ ATT O~ , OF IT. OF FJDFL PPMPA" SAYP~ S T~AT DELO,.CH FOR THE DIRECTOR I ~ NOV 7 1967
  16. 16. '-.. .· ... . i ... . ' ..., .. _, ( ( (': ( . () . ~- :-~ PAGE TWO - ASS~~~I~ATION ---- ~ . : ·. "1:•• .~ . . .. .J;(' . .. , PROQE W0ULD CO~F AFTER THE CONSPIRACY TRIAL OF CL"Y L. SHAW. t~F0R~ATIO~ COrCE~NI~G CO~._Ttal ~~-ED 1 N NEW ORLEA~:s WILLIAM WAYNE DALZELL IS TELETYPE TO BUREflU DATED MAY SEVEN LAST. GJM FBI WASH DC TU CLRP ; I -.. l I . - J .. )' ~ ~' ' :0 •• ~ " . .. ~~ . l :~ ·i • . ' 1 00. YR. StJLLIVAN
  17. 17. ~ .. . ( . ~ : - .-.- -.. . . .. L._. .... .. . #I , . lUll_,, Of,,,.~, '"-Ana.. CJ. S. D£PART'I£!fl' C' JUS!·~ ( COMAWNICAllON SEt, nor• IEDBAL / ?otr. C3ttttcr._ /} :::: __ _ ~~ Cale~~ 1 ~i~- -t~ . ~"'" Tae..i::!~_ '1- ~ Roam-~H•oanes _ DIRECTOR (62•1.09060> AND DALLAS (89•43) FROM '· f'E1 ORLEANS (89•69) , :..t ~~·~~~~ ~r' . ~S S~ S$JJIA T19.N O.LI'RE$.l DE NT. JOHN .F.I TZG ERALD__!( E~.lliJ1Y, DALLAS 9 TF.:XAS, NOV. TVENTYTWO, SIXTYTHREE, MISCELLAHEDUS • or~trt; l NFO CO r~C ER NI NG, ,...OOi or c ·erc.-tN DALLAS. THE NEW ORLEANS STATES-ITEM, REO FLASH EDITION, SEPT. Jt~STANT, EIGPTEfN llr. De.......,..:.u....L_ lolr. K o b r _ r. 519~M ' ~GENT 9/18/67 RDC /o fiJ ie~:rad . .: :: . ~ . Hr. Tof"""...__., Mr. Callah1!'1 _ _ "lSH DC ORLS .~. - - ·- -· Mr. Bi&hop_ · f _ }jc. rFBI1 NEW )' .. ·--- · ·- ) SEP 181967 , . ,.' -- FBI _ Hiss CaDd7 _ --·_ I 0-L t I 'fttT (I p·~&b REPORTED THAT CRIMINAL DISTRICT JUDGE }, J .'l -} EDWAP.D A. HAGGERTY, JR. DENIED TWO SEPARATE I'IOTIOts TO QUASH TH~ YIIDICTMENT AGAINST CLAY L. SHAW. JUDGE HAGG~TY QUASH AtJD ~, O~NIED . . ~';~ ·..'. ,. . ~' .,., .. · .. •.'.. ; ~~ 7' -.· i ·l_, . :_~ "! ·l RESF.:RVI NG A BILL THEM ORALLY WITH NO or WRITTEN~PINION~J-/090~0.-:D~ . ~ EXCEPTIONS FOR A POSSIBLE APPEAL. VEE~ . s SEP 201967 JUDGE-- AND A DAY TO FILE PLEADINGS - , ANO INDICATED THAT HE HOPES TO SET THE TRIAL NEXT MONTH " IF J T IS LEDALLY POSSIBLE• THI S SAM~ __ _ ARTICLE REPORTED THAT DA GARRISaN•s OFFICE ..• F'I~Jtl' T;O El~ ~f";- ;, t~E, PRrEA re: -P~:1s H GR~~o~ ~uRY ,., ISS U£0 A SUBPOENA FOR VILLI AI'! /DALZELL, ...,_ __. DAUPHINE ST., TO APPEAR,• t.BEFOR . . _END PiiOE 0~~ I :! ARTICLE, GAVE NO REASON FOR DENYING THEEEOflONS TO HAGGERTY GAVE THE DEFENSE A ."'7 S': 'Jr. • ;- ''•""'7 l ' . . ' .;. ~o~· ~~ DEFEUSE ATTORNEY F. IRVIN DYI'!ONO OBJECTED TO THE RULIIIJ, . .. ;~·;i .. . .. ACCORD! t«; , I· : ., . . I '• ~R. DELOA!;I{ FOR THE DIRfCTOR l - - ------------======:::::;;:~==::::===-----------
  18. 18. ·- - ·- - - - ( r ______ --. ----· --.:.......:..........:....:..:.. ... . ·- ~ ( PAGE TWO AT TWO PM, THURSDAY, SEPT. TWENTYDWE NEXT. DALZELL, ACCORDIJG .. ! " TO THE ARTICt£, - VAS AN INCORPORATOR IN EARLY SIXTYONE OF AI ; : ... .. .:o i . ~ . . . . i ~; ,~ ; :;' : . •' ,.; "1 I : .t.Hfit BEING SlEI"'ITTED• END BJP FBI WASH DC • I ~ ·. I • , • ; ~ . 1 .. J ·' ·- ' . I ! 1 ,! · ;. .J · ••~.. ; . .. . (. ... ~ ;. '-· I ( ':,'fO I r -:: ....... ANTI-CASTRO ORGANIZATION, THE FRIENDS OF' DEf!IOCRATIC CUBA. :J: . 5· ' .. - . _ ...
  19. 19. .... ; ..,........... . f., - ( ( FBI Date: 5/16/e:;·, Transmit the foJJowino in -------~=----=--P~L-:-ft_I_N_T_EX_ · -:-•r-:-----------1 alk'fJ!iL• Vta -- ~ - (T)pr ill piGi~ttrJd AIRJUIL · I (l'rioritrJ · :.:. ~.=~--....-~- . :- -? .::-;»-~.• <- ·-~ ·-~ . :·: ~~~ I =1-- -------------------------------------------TO: . ~ co4t~J .;.-: ~ ~ . . .~- ...i :.._ 1 .L-- -~...;__ DIRECTOR, FBI (62-109060) SAC, NEW OnLEANS (89-69) (_~~ SUBJECT: ASS.t~SSINATIOl~ OF PRESIDENT :--- -- FIT~Gl::RA.LD . Xunill!JY DAL~S 1 T~AAS, ll/22/u3 ..JOinl liiSCELl.AN:t;OUS - INFO CONC!::IUHllG 00: DALLAS . - "lyfC .,.. '""!ult'-lt'-' ,S" A/ . ~ • T c.~ t I I ,,,,, Enclosed herewith for the Bureau are six copies of letterhead ~ernoran~um concerning captioned matter. lettcrhe ~ d ,. Th e source of this information i s Tiho C:ln be characterized as an individual who ~ts among the bo1:1osexual element in the New Orlcnns French c.:. uartcr. - j: '·_1 I t . ' r ,. I ' '-- ~n c losed for Dallas are two copies of this rnemorandun. . tfi'J- ~c~u ,- Z - . . 1.. / -. r;, .I ~ l J";.! _ .,.:1 - -;· D~ ll:ls ( :Lncl. (~ S -~3) 6~··(R~r) 3 - New Orleans ( 2 : / (En c l. ) E9-ti ~ ;tU~:jab (r.) - •c Q i -; "f -~~t~~~!~ : ·i=I :e ~ • 'I; ·-.- 1B .. MAY l,-8 !367 ~~. , ·,~ ~ .J . · /Q· :.. •• • •• '·- '/ Sent _ _ _ _ _ _ M , I { _ J ./~/ - Per - -- - - - - ..... ...
  20. 20. •. .' --· "#!. +_;_ .~ -:: .. c -----------( ( ' UNITED STATES DEPA!tTMENT 0F JUSTICE ( FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION Cr.1 .e:-'n:::::, J.AHlisi~u=:~ ~1:-:y lG, 100·.- In J<qJy, Plea>< Rif.r 10 F.Je r..·a. - ·. "•. :1' ' .> ~; '· '' 'A c .. So;.!J:ce i"".L:·ised t~1::t t j__~e: ~~.):}:cc~ -'cll~-t it is a1lticip2teii U~r the news 1JeGir: :tn tllc 1:c:w 0l'lC~ll3 ~.rca thz:.t :(al~i:cl-- !1ttorncy Gen~::..'a1 r-.i1C present U. S. Sen~ tor, Hoh8l-t I~eili.J.cc_:~, will 1JG st:G;_Joeuz.ec: Uy G~.r~--ison. Cou::..--ce 2.dviseG th2.t adC:l:tionz..J. co:1lirnc.tiun ol this possi1;lc su~~:;ccl::: cannot De 6cveloped. Tl1is nor ~nO ~e conclus~ons insu~c11t or cont~~u~ the FDI. ncithc~ It is the ~ccc;~cu0~1:ion~ pro?=~t~: c~ FLI t~e is lo:-.nt?C tc- :yo•Jr ~csu--::,:-; i t ~Pel its content:3 z.re ~istributs~ outside your 2~cnc~-. t~o't t') tf)' ;' ( 't .." : •.:. ~. I ·, 1 ~ 1,_., . ·' ' $. /' _5) (.:>-( .• .. ,' v { J / ·~ ·. ··.. .
  21. 21. ,_ I ./ ' ·. . ( 1 ._. . A:: . ( • y. Domestic Intelligence Division - r-----------------------------------------------. INF'OA .. A TJVE NOTE I i ~I ., . , . ; ·. ·. Dal• :. : r (' ~- t ~. i : • J 1. ' • ; ·. ., . . ~ , r 6/30/67 William Dalzell who, 1n 1963, was a patient in a aental hospital in Louisi was connected with Jack s. Martin ot New Orleans. Martin, a private investigator, is one of the ~n who furnished information to Garrison Which started Garrison's investigation. Information concerning Dalzell was furnished to the Attorney General in Karch, 1967. It is not known why Dalzell is appearing before the grand Jury in connection with Garrison's case. , TNG:chs i ··.-:· ·~.:. · .·· __;.; ~~ ;:: ·. .- ... ~ f ..J f .~,~;,~}::;~· s~~ • • : ·.· -· ,. ·.· :·' .· .. ... I ~ · .... ~ -'·. . .... . ~- - - - ·. - t .- .. • - : :~ · . •• - - • - ·~ ;._ .... . ~
  22. 22. . t • I • f[D£1AL.IUREAU . •INV£S("AH~" • • . . U. s. DEPAIITM£ ' Qf • . JUSTICE . • COMMUNICA" .ON SECTION i WASH DC 'JUN3 01967 ,. . . ' INSTANT; REPORTED THAT THE ORLEANS PARIS . OF'F ICE TODAY . !SSUED A . , . SU~POEN~ F_" OR . . !STRICT ATTORNEY'S , WILLIAM 0 .. . LZEL':_jJi9~J WAS DESCRIBED AS A PETROLEUM ~OV~SER TO THE £ H~OPIA.~..:. . . . GOVERNMENT FOR QUESTIONING . IN _ · THE KEN~DY D~TH - c~':> · . ~ . ~'12Li_ ;··. . ~~el i . -PLOT . UNEST~GATJON_• THE ARTICLE STATED THAT DALZELL WAS BELIEVED VISITING T t£: CITY WHEN THE SUBPOENA WAS ISSUED AND THAT lT WAS --~ DIRECTED TO DALZELL AT THE ROOSEVELT HOTEL. THE ART~~ . o,'st.-12./o~ ,4-t;t.oRNft/j ... . ""' Q UOTEO SOURCE . IN THE Dtfr• S OFT ICE AS SAYiNG DALZELL WASl. ·...: AN .. -of. ·..•.. .• ' .. ~.... .. ~ .. ::. ~- •(.." . -.t. .•. • . -~- .., . . ·. .•· .·._ , .. ~· ·' •. INCORPOR~TER "IN E~RLY N~N£TE7N S~XTY~~~_.,CF A~LITANr ~- _.·. _· :.·-~-- -- ~- - ~NT I-CASTRO OBGAN.UA_tl..DNJN.~tft_w_ORl.EANS .· NAMED T~ IE N)S -. . . .= . '· ~. J • 1 ,.-. ~ .. ' · OF' DEMOCRATIC CUB~./ IWO~MAT~ON CON~ERNING DA~ZELL PREV-IOUSLY F' URN I SHED BUREAU BY NEW ORLEANS TELETYPE MAY SEVEN., LAST '· .
  23. 23. . ) ., - . --- - .:--:.- :.: --------------:..:...: ·:: -. • . & • • -· =·= ...... ....... ... · Jt r . l1••hr ( lla. .. ::..a-,... .. -- ""r-t ;I . t "- . • ., .. - . FBI Date: 3/24/67 Transmit t!u~ lcll::;,•inQ in -------......,..,,----.,........,..---.....,..~--------1 (TJP~ ia plaiatr" or coirl AIBTEt Via I ---------------------------------------------I ;1. (. SAC, NEW ORLEANS (89-69) (P) • -~ L ! ' • ,. DIRECTOR, FBI (62-109060} FROM: { TO: ASSASSINATlON OF PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY DALLAS, TEXAS, 11/22/63 MISCELLANEOUS-INFORMATION CONCERNING , . :· t . ii • ' Enclosed herewith for the Bureau are six copies of a letterhead memorandum reflecting information in captioned c:1se. One copy of LHM enclosed for DAllas for information. The source in the enclosed LHM :r.. l .. .1 . ... -~ • • ,~, ,..,_.~~11:' ,' E •• ._J-"-.,.;.,... ~ Bureau (Encls. 6) 1 Dallas (Encl. 1) 89-69) 3- N ll t .. ~ .. ttt.c- 1" RLK:s (7) • ·--~~ -I.. ! i t .t/ ' . fo ' ( . !' ;I( I; ·- 0 f - • I .vt "" . I r.. C WicJ( Sent _ _ _ _ _ _ M 5A§roAeP:R - ., . .......... ' , , ... . - ·,-... . .·- ..... ' ·.. •..'... :. - . . ..... . ... ·, . , .... • ... • .. . .... . . . ~--_'....._...,,... -"· - ~:::~- _... ... ~ Per------- -- ·- ... _. .. .. -- ~ -.- :... -.-·-.· ·.·- - .... z-- · ~.- .....
  24. 24. ( -( ~ ., .l.. . I ' I UNI JED STATES DEPAUTltiENT 0~- JsTICE FEDERAL DUBEAU OF INVESTIGATION New Ire R"''Ty, rtl'G${! Ikfrr .. Tilr io. Orle~ns, Louisiana March 24, 1967 . - '.: . ., .. __ ~. - . J ., ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY DALLAS, TEXAS NOVEMBER 22, 1963 A source, who has provided reliable information in the past, advised that the Orleans Parish Di~ Attorney's Office is looking for ~~lliam . Wa~alzell, formerly of New Orleans and previously connected with the Cuban movement in New Orleans. This source advised that the District Attorney's Office suspects that Dalzell is providing information for the defense of Clay Shaw and the District Attorney's Office, according to this source, is very much concerned about the information that Dalzell may be able to supply to the defense. I.: . , '· . , ,." J ~ tr- .1-. ' · J , r-'.L This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and is loaned to your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency. 1(,1' ;;.) ,·· .. ; . t ••. f ... I t . .. ;:." .: t ... ~ · .... j "Lftr""rTr. •. 1 i:t ;, · ''.!,._/ • ""....; v • ;,.;.:l -- .. .. - . ~, ... . .- -. ·. - ___ . . .·. · .~.. - - ~-:: ,.,. ..:!L~ • ·....-.-..-~~ • . ·• . .... ·,. ., • . . .. . - .. ,·, - ·-. - •·• ·- .....,.. ,.,._,.• y .-. ....,... .... . .~- .. :.... .· ·:·.,., • - - - • ... ,. - ... · • r.· .. - -----.-----;-:- ---:- -.---,~--.:nll • . • ·~ ' ~r : ~ _.. ·-. • ..... '"'-.:- ... . • " . c. .. ~·:·.... .::.~ .....,....~ , -:-:. .._,~-.: .... ~ -·: ~ .. -..;c. ; ··,. ·· :...._.,. . ·- -· ~·. ·._. . .... - .•. ; : . - ~~- - ..., . ..... . .• .. • .· . -~·-. _..~. , 411' ~ ~ .,.. ow## • • ... • • .. • .... ~· ....-:,., ., .... 40 -~ - '"" · ~ ..... ... · .'-....__ • • •• - .,., • • • • • • .. • • ..' ... . -. .
  25. 25. • l rl! . . •..- •. • -:.,..... • -c. • I ., a,i,, -: t- - :.- :r. r . . ..___:_I tlr. ~ - .. Mr. 'WacicJra.--- • F 8 I 1/ ~)<j _ , 14/24/67 Date: Transmit tbe followinQ in ~---------::::---:--~~---:-:----------1 · • (TTP~ i.ll ploilll~&l or eotl~J • EL AIRT Via ~tr. Cll~­ ~lr. Cai: :.~:.a._ Hr. ~=-4~lr. !'e'~-:,1-. G,.ht o Mr. J'..oee • l:r. ~;:;...._ ~t:-. Tant..__ AIR MAIL 1 Mr. Tn·:.ta•:-- ~. -1~--------------------------~~~~~------------~·~T·llisa ~~~~~~-~~~---~ • , ~anoJr-_,_ t/ ,_ . TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (62-l0906o} FROM: SAC, NEW ORlEANS SUBJECT: Llss~,SS;I:N~TIQli. J)F (89-69) PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY ,, DALI.AS.,...TEXAs-;-:ll./22/63 ·::-···- . ~ MISCELLANEOUS - INFO CONCERNING (00: -~ • .. Dallas) Transmitted herewith to the Bureau are aix copies or a letterhead memorandum regarding captioned matter. Also two copies of letterhead memorandum are being fUrnished to Dallas. .. ~ '• . 1 ·{ ·' ·· The source or the 1~ro 1n the letteron _ . head memorandum enclosed; is This informant · . ~ can be characterized as an in 1vidual who has extensive~ contact in the New Orleans French Quarter. ~ s ·?1 )Pl J .. £ f, ! ::i ..... . I . ··-- .. { ' ... K J}/F .-'"1.-(-: . J , . '"'"" . ~, -- s> I '-IL/ " ~ . '- ~~ ~' I I -{.· · :~ l /3)- Bureau ( Enc. 6} - "1! -Dallas (89-43) (Enc. Ja. ~ Hew , Orleans ~2 . - .I 1 1 Sent _ ___.__ _ _ M -•. ·- ·-.·-- . Per ___________
  26. 26. /_~ _' . . .( -~ U(_ .' •:n STATES DEPARTMENT 0~ ,. . ·r c:Tit;E FEDEilAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION New Orleans, Louisiana April 24, 1967 IH Reply. F/cu..-3 Bejer,., •.• Ne. ·' <'~~ -~ ~-~- ' I ' ! I .•1I . • I' i llr. • :; .,!. _ I>-~~-. C:.:~·· .:r ... _ ltfr. C :I ·t ' :-.n _ 0 Mr. ( ' c•l•r.t !l. -+ f J Mr. Ft·!t __ fE: •• - Tele. Rooct_ Mis.c H ·::n~­ Miu Ca.ndy_ r. : OF PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY ASSASSIN~TION DALLAS, TEXAS, 11/22/67 ~-~ . ~~ !r ·--~· On April 21, 1967, a source in the New Orleans office _ ~- ~ who has provided reliable information in the past, advised that the District Attorney's office of the Parish of Orleans "'fl r ../ is continuing to apply pressure to various individuals in the Ne~~ Orleans French Quarter in an effort to force them to testify 1n connection with the District Attorney's probe into the assassination of President Kennedy. The pressure according to this source is primarily threats to expose past criminal records - of· various individuals. .. .. ~· ,. I Source adv.:f...sed that she could not furnish the identity of any particular person as being threatened but this is general knowledge and subject of discussion in the Ne1>1 Orleans French Quarter. source advised that District Attorney inv~t1gator ~· ~ : ~~-~ .. ' :• - :i Andre~ Sciambra is still looking for a Wffi1.~'!:1-- .~~ .~a,},.ze.l.l.. who la~ supposed to be a very important witness. S urce ~dvised ~he also 1Jnd~rsta'1ds tha.t Life ·ro1aga·zrne, the United PreE-s e.nd ·the Associated Press are also looking for Dalzell; and Ga~.riscn 's office i ,s apparently afraid that. these ne'JS sources will !'inC. Dalzell before the District Attorney's office does. Scu~ce advlsed that as of April 21 1 1967, the District Attorney's office apparently has no 1dea where Dalzell can be located. Thi 0 document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It 1s the property of the FBI and is loanec to your agency; it and its contents a~e not to be distributed outside your agency. .sf v,_ ~~ ,.. . -: · :. : I·. _._ ._ , ,., .r ..,u.. f 11r.. Troll:'":tn _ . T;n·t:l . )lr. _ -. --- ~­ ,. . i:~: ~~:,::1~·. . ~-I• .. : .
  27. 27. I t - • I. . .· "": ..;. 1 • ·.- •• . • ··II~·•_.! I ·- ' '-1 :· 1 l .1·"""-.- .. ( - -- , { Domestic Intelligence Division INFORMATIVE NOTE Datp ,• J • We have previously received informati n that William Wayne Dalzell is a friend of Clay Shaw, and that New Orleans District Attorney Garrison suspects that Dalzell is providing information to Shaw's attorney to assist in the defense of Shaw. • :. i. ~, ~: ' ;. 4/28/67 , Our files disclose in 1961 Dalzell was involved with individuals in New Orleans in anti-Castro activities. Our files also contain information that Dalzell was hospitalized in a Louisiana State mental hospital in 1963, reportedly being discharged from such hospital on March 20, 1963. -~ ~letter dated March 20, 1967, we furnished information to the Attorney General regarding Dalzell and of District Attorney Garrison's interest in Dalzell. Copies of attached memorandum are being furnished to the Attorney General an we are referring the Attorney General to our previous letter of March 20, 1967. EL:as ~~~ . l / :·;·:. I _ J • . . '- ,·.·· <~ . · .. · . .. ) ~ . ~·~ '. •. · ·-... . t ' '· ... ,.. ' •• t: . .. .- ~' .. .' ,"":, ..·... ·tt · . :t . .' -•. ..· . ~· •. .-.... -.. . . .. .-.··:- .. ,..-, #
  28. 28. 1 .f. () ( Domestic Intelligence Division -~~~ ~ ~: . I lfoiFORMATIVE NOTE 5_/_9/_6_7 _ _ - Co l" _ _ _ ole have previously been advised that William ~layne Dalzell is a friend of Clay L. Shaw, accused by Jim Garrison of conspiracy to assassinate President John F. Kennedy. Garrison reportedly suspec that Dalzell is providing Shaw's attorne with information to assist them in Shaw' defense. : . ' ' i. l r l -~~ ,. ~ . - ·: It appears obvious that Garrison's current effort is being directed to "- establish some connection between the ' ( · central Intelligence Agency, anti-Castro Cuban elements and Lee Harvey Oswald. -- The information in attached will be furnished to the Department. ,·:. •.... .-.. . .. ' ""'~ '( • ·..;:: ...,.. TJS:ts ,.. ... . ·~· ' .. _;~ ~~~.-~ .···.~. · : ~·.: . ··: · .. - _,.·~ - ."" ...... .· •'- . : : :=. . -"'· ._ . •. . '.. '·· , ·_· .-· , ..... ~ ..... -- :..-- .· . _ .. - ··"'" . '~ ,_ ,. : . :. i .. ,. • -- ,.. •• • ,.-; : --- - • • .J - ··- . . .. - . . - ___ ... _ _.... - 4 __
  29. 29. ,. .. . I· ' I .~ . -. ·. . .-. ( FBI "ASH DC . , ·. .' ...: i. I ORLS • ~~· URGENT 5-9-67 DGK DIRECTOR (62-109060 AND DALLAS FROM ~· 89-43) NEW ORLEANS {89-69) ~SSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT - JOHN-···FITZGERALD ..... .. _ .. . - · No :JF/llf!.;.,._-· . . · . :~ 1 TEL • ~1 DALLAS, TEXAS, TWENTYTWO, SIXTYTHREE, MISCELLANEOUS c l' Orj/n DALLAS. ~. OFF:cr ~: INFO CONCERNING, ,.:~.-~c~cnCE / .. .-:.. D/~~;r::, .!~r Rr NEW ORLEANS TELETYPE ..S,DE-'-' ;~; / A~~;t . OF $K RESIS L. KENNEDY FOR ... . t, KENNEDY, ' ~AY EIGHT LAST, ORLEA~S R~SUBPOENA PARISH GRAND JURY. HAS BEEN CONTACTED - BY~I~VESTJ~ATOR ANDR , S~lB~lA, .DISTRICT ~!TORNEY'S "/?F,':'"r! P-o, Nc;..· V OFFICE, PARISH OF ORLEANS, RE WILLIAM WAYN~ALZELL. - . - · ··~ ::il.· - ·~ ~I-~MBRIK. 4 ;~ :·~ .._, POSSIBLE CONTACT r·..·~ . -~ • . ' ' .. ·. NQUI RED SPE~. I FI C~LL : . 1 ...... . ~ .:. REG~~Dl _N~. --DALZELL •s - '- r-:-c / ~ I rr Gh'fl~ ~ITH SA KENNEDY, DALZELt•s CONTACT WITH ~~~D' D'~i.'~~rJs%sSi~tE"'){cn~~p 4~ W!Jl>!l,J'iS~lr- . s /CfS"" SCIAMBRIA IN )H~S- '· ......__ ._)p.:.. .- , , ~Gr./} .' INTERVIEW INDICATED THAT Sir" KENNEDY WOULD BE QUEST! mJ9'~ J.MY .l.2 135I..J OF ARMS FOR CUBAN REVOLUTIONARY I GROUPS. <"' • ' t ~ ~ · ~ ~. . :~ ' ' ·I,. . t. ': WAS FORMER SUBJECT OF AN .~~ . ·l END PAGE ONE . . •. .·.. . 5 ., MAy 19;rs7 . . . [ N; ~ . .. .-. ~ !!fbQ~~!i [QJ! J!!E PIRECTOR I _____ -~ , I
  30. 30. ,_. ' ... l. . . .., . .. , .._ . -· /""". . - ' ( . ...... 10 89-69 PAGE TWO , . AND WAS INTERVIEWED IN CONNECTION WITH THIS INVESTIGATION ...Sp~,, ~I ~KENNEDY BY AGF.I)t AND $A- WARREN C. DEBRUEYS. ACTIVE IN ORGANIZATION KNOWN AS FRIENDS OF DALZELL WAS ALSO DEMOCRAT!~ CUBA AND FREE VOICE OF LATIN AMERICA, INC., SEE BUFILE ONE A ER9 FIVE - NINE FIVE ~~..~t:;;~T_i;J_c:~,~.:.F-~·~~S/}:.~;-~~~E 1~DALZELL VISITED CIA- oN THREE OCCASIONS COMMENCING LATE IN NINETEEN SIXTY AND ENDING EARLY SIXTYONE. I NFOJiMA NT I NDI CAT ED WHEN BEl NG CONTACTED :j"HiJ MENTIONED THAT ~;LZELL HAD BEEN PLACED IN CONTACT WIT~E~·t~n~-~, , r:.·.c:_.~·~,'"dcY /!_}E-.-~,) .' .. ,NAMED LOGAN BY GRADY DURHAM, A FORMER NEW ORLEANS ATTORNEY ., . t:/tVI;:.tvJFu.L F/;6 A r · ~, . d c- ·•:o l.t . ':. t=-e .-1" -l:c-,7 WHO 'WAS _PREVIOUSLY SUBJECT OF A UFA"P - THEFT CASE, BUFILE .. ' - EIGHT EIGHT - TWO TWO NINE ONE SIX. CURRENT WHEREABOUTS OF I - :i DALZELL .• • • lJNK~OWN. ~ EtlD ' -:-. .~:: '"! ··-· . • ··- - FOLL015. LE:t~r I$E;4jJ) /7 7 r//?t:' /?/-111 Of.! ,n WRD FBI WASH DC p ' .. .' i- -1 '. .· .. ! '" . ... ' [_ ._ . -· .. . - . ....- .. .... . ---·-·· .--. . ..-- _...._, " --'--~· . '· ·------------ - -·-- -· - -
  31. 31. ··----- --- .-. I .,.,• 1- ( j '· .. l I I ((_ .. _) I I FBI 5(11/67 Dote: Tror.s rr. it the following in --------==--:-.,-Pc::Lii.=I_N-:-T:-EX:-'-,-;T---------i {T)p~ in plnin.lc:d or codt-1 AIRTEL ·. AIRMAIL Via - I I I I 1 (Priority) • -~( ·•;l .. ---~¥~ --~-~-------------------------------------------L-~-f~-DIRECTOR, FBI (62-109060) ··c ·< :: . • 1'-. • ' ~i·.. j. •• ". .· SAC, NEW ORLEANS (89-69) FR01I: .., ......... 1 '!'- ~ r SUBJECT: ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY DALLAS, TL~S, 11/22/63 JJISCELLA!-<,OUS - INFO CONC:E:Rl<H~G 00: DALLAS ' : Enclosed herewith for the Bureau are six copies of a letterhead ~e~orandum regarding captioned matter. Also enclosed for Dallas are two copies of this letterhead memorandum. Original source of enclosed letterhead memora~dum th~on in is~ the . ,_ ,.:o ~ . .?-- 1· 'i...,. -i ~~ jab S:J ;s·~~ I, / I 1 .:'- t ;,_;· .i'l'· ' ' ~-,= - ... { · j .-.:r' I c; -: ' ..t I' i ._;{ New Orle 2) (S) 'l ~ .I ~ 1 .- 2 - Dall~s (Encr .r~ ~~(1llLK: ! . l i I 6) - Bureau (Enc~·{ 6) f 5 ·.: ~ !: '"'?.:1: !it: g:. · .. Sent - - - - - - - M ·. : ~· ~ -.. :-.·:-. :-. : -· -.--~-=-~-~ - :. _-_ - ...,.-.--c:-_--::::_- . ·-- :.'5---_~.-.-._--::·.·.-r- ':- . ·- ..... _.:.__ • - -~ - ~ Per _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ . . ·:__. - .-.~-c--.~-~ _. .. ~...._~---r-··~ ---~~ ....: _ •.. :_·_-.-:.- ." .. ___ '-"./·_· -.-· .. .-.-_ ·-.-- ·--:r-- --~ ~II
  32. 32. .. .... ( ~ ' ( ( ' ) UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FEDERAL DUBEAU OF INVESTIGATION In Reply. PIF&le i'o. J;cw Or.1cnns, Louisiautt l:.ay 11, 19G·I R~ 1D - A33ASSINl'..TICN OF PtiE3IDEIIT Jo:m FITZG1!:::1ALD KEtiNSDY DtLLAS, T~lS, 11/~2/~3 . ~ ,. , ~~ ~ - · ': ::·. ; ~ .• ... ·.i . ' ,:. , I • ~: '· . On llay S, 1967, a source of the New Orleans Office , who hns provided reliable information in the pnst, advised th~t Andrew Scambria, investigator for the Office of District Attorney, P::'..rish of Orlear~., was in contact with the former landlady of William 'fayn~::.lzell. This source advised th2t Scax.1bri~ quest1onea the ·1ai1'Ct"'lady ret;arding Williaru Tlayne Dalzell's possible contact v:i th Special A~cnt Regis L. Kennedy of the FBI with ~gents of the CIL ~nd oi Dalzell's possible activities reznrding the purchasing · of ar1.1s for Cuban Revolutiona~·y groups. Source indicated that the landlady mentioned to Scambria that Dalzell had been plP.ced in contact VIi th a CIA A~ent in New Orleans, Louis1ana, n~e~ogan by a forruer New Orleans attorney naned Gra~Durhnm. Source advised that Scambrin indicated to the landlady th~t the District Attorney's Office 6esireG to question Special A~cnt Regis L. Kennedy regarding his contacts with l'iilliarn Wayne Dalzell. This docu~ent contains neither reco~n endations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI :-..nd is lo~ned to your r .gency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency . ' : I ' .· " ~ . .• ·- -- • ..» ·· .. - ··-::t . - -
  33. 33. 1: ._ I I· -· . -- ~ 11110 ' " _....... "''ION JP {• 1110. a • e,a,& . . . . .. UNITED STA'( . ·. : ' .· ~ . / -: :~I . f· . ~ ._·-_~. ~ .·~_ ~t ~ f- . I FR.ON : lit • ,--~ L i 1' 1 f 1 , 1 . A. Branig_ai1,W 1 V' 1 OF PRESIDENT .JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY NOVEMBER 22, 1963, ) . . . <' r ·7 .. I •-~-'"'";;}/ !chi llr. C. D. DeLoach ~ · 1""'­ Mr. Wick Mr. Rosen DATE: v -. SUBJECT: _ j.S~~SINATION Cal ;.,..,... _ Con:o1 - - ,... __ /,i ~;;."-~ J.lay 8 1 1967 0 ,~ f i /~'!;t,-::· · ~~ ~ T~·~ 1f. C. Sullivan ~~~~- r-....,~- Mr. Mr. W~ A. Branigan Mr. Lenihan ,/· J ;_ .... . 1 ( ·J -vl&jj~· t· . .· / ft - ~::.~:·-== r .( pJJrJ L)ll~~ , DALLAS, TEXAS .. ~ ,~.. ((~ ·· tJ, . ' ! · . ~e purpose of this memorandum is to summarize informat : furnished o our New Orleans Office on May 6 and 7, 1967, by _ Gordon D. ovel. Novel is the individual who was involved in a burglary of ammunition at Houma, Louisiana, and who now is residi r in Ohio. New Orleans District Attorney Garrison is attempting to have Novel returned to New Orleans:zo qu~stioning. clc ~ ~ I. ; . Nove 1 claims that. ndrew .. lackmon, a former close associate of David William · errie, allegedly was pre~nt at a meeting in Ferrie's apart ent when Novel, Sergio A~/Smith, Ferrie and others planned the burglary at Houma, Louisiana. Novel state ~ Blackmon very likely will be Garrison's star witness in the latte1 attempt to prove a conspiracy in the death of President Kennedy. ; .. ~; 1 1 : llr. W. C. Sullivan TO Tol r.r"' _ _) GOVERNMENT Memorandum ..... . ' ........ ' 'l"eo-M tO•a;o .. · ~;~~rict Attorney~ris~ ,-i~ ... .~ i .. ', I .. -.. r •• •.. "/. ·.;~ .·. I . Garr~son ~;undry claims that believes a truci owned by Loui bel, a New Orleans resident, was involved in ! transp_ rting o gio Smith, David Ferrie, Novel and several others ; _ l _Houma~:Louisiana, to commit the burglary. Bureau files indicate ~ . _. .J--Rabel . probably identical with an individual who was head of the ~ • t - r CUban. Revolu_ . :t;.ionary Council in New . Orleans I Louisiana, which was a t .... ' ,~"' anti-castf81J~·gan]' at ion yi th headquarters in Miami. ·Y ~ ' .. -~.. • Nov~lso ; I .' J ; . f Novel believes New Orleans directly responsible for the death of David Ferrie. Novel claims saw Garrison leave Ferrie''s apartment at approximately 5:30 a.m. FebrJ.Jary 22 1 1967, the day Ferrie was found dead. _ ·} · J1C"C <~j '. · . ~::_~ ' ~•.2- '0' 0 ~ t:J - ~ 3Y' Nove-'1 aims Garrison rep tel1.y has in his possession various letters to substantiate hi~conspiracy probe. These lette consist of: 1. Letter from C1aY,· haw to David Ferrie; 2. Lette from~ d -' Ferrie to Jack Ruby; na = . Letter from Jack Ruby to ,_. .Lee Har ey Oswald; 4. Letter from former _ Attorney General 1 t '.• Ro?er K~nnedy · te David Ferrie supposedly thanking Ferrie f!r the 1.; :-:. 14Ue~'s anti-Castro activ,i~ies. , Novel added that in the uear fu .. :-• . Mew Orle·a ns District: ·. Attor'ney -Garrison will accuse the FBI of possessing or1ginals of the four letters listed above. :~~is l!!f8~ 06 ~e kn~_!>.! 3QJl.C.h- letters. , I'IF.4-· ' iJ. Jv RBL:as~ (7) 5 5 tJ ~ ., ? ? 967 e . . l . lSGl MAr ti - CONTINUED - OVER ~ J ~ (
  34. 34. • ( • ... _ ) ( to Mr. W. C. Sullivan RE: ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY 62-109060 ~emorandum '- Novel claims Garrison plans to ask FBI Agent presently unde subpoena (Special Agent Regis Kennedy of the New Orleans Offic~ two questions: 1. "Was David Ferrie a communist acting under an anticommunist cover?" 2. "Did an FBI Agent to your knowledge have a 11eeting with Gordon Novel on February 20, this year?" ·• . ' l In connection with the two questions listed above, our file contain no information indicating Ferrie was a communist. He was ver active in anti-Castro activities in New Orleans. Regarding question number two, Novel did contact our New Orleans Office on February 20, and volunteered information to Special Agents J. Peter Chase and Max M. J.iarr. The data volunteered by Novel concerned his participa ti 1 with Ferrie, Sergio Smith and others in robbing an ammunition bunker at Houma, Louisiana. I .. ., t : _. ·; ; . . Notfalso states Garrison is interested in locating a William Wayn .Dalzell who allegedly was contacted by Special Agent Regis Kenned · of our New Orleans Office · and a Central Intelligence : ncy (CIA) employee by the name of Logan. Our files disclose lzell was active in anti-Castro acti w 0 leans in 1961. eans ce pecia en eg s nne y s interviewed Dalzell in the past concerning Cuban matters. He has not been interviewed by . Special Agent Kennedy or any other Agent of the New Orleans Office · concerning the assassin~tio of President Kennedy. Dalzell's· present whereabouts are unknown. pecial Agent Kennedy does not know a CIA agent by the name o Logan . · I - . - -- ' . - · . I OBSERVATIONS: . '• .;..J .. "1.0: Novel's reliability is highly questionable. He has frequently made charges which have been found to have no basis in faci He reportedly claimed ties with CIA which CIA denied. It seems incredible that if Novel saw Garrison leave Ferrie's apartment at 5:30 a.m. on the day Ferrie was found dead that he would not have com( forward with this information up till now. He has contacted our FBI Offices several times since February 22, 1967, and did . ~ot volunteer such data. ACTION: The data furnished by Novel will be summarized in a letterhead memorandum and disseminated to the Department, Secret Service and CIA. v •, • , 1· , ·. ·. i . - 2- . r/i
  35. 35. 1-.• ~ -- ... ···· -- - ~ --~-----------:------- -- - ( _) ·fte AttorneJ General llareh 10' 1117 - - 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 Director, I'DI _,.--.., ( . -ASSAS3Ili.At'IOB 01' PB.ESIDDT -.mBN _liTZGBRAI.P mlWlT JIOYDBD 22, 1963 »4I.J.AS I TZLlS - llr. llr. Jlr. llr. llr. Jlr. llr. i DeLoach ~· blley __ -:: Jlaupach ~ )I Sullivan Branigan Lenihan Goble I I have preYiou8lJ furnlahed 70u inforaatlon receiYed CODCerniag the inveatiga tion being conducted bJ Wew Orleans District Attorner James c. Garrison concerning the auaas1Dation o~ the late President John 1'1tsgerald Kennedr. A •ource who baa furnished reliable info1'11ation ln the past baa advised it was his lapreasion that District Attorney Garrison was having difficulty "tabliabing that Jlr. Clay Bbaw, . Wbo was receDtly arrested by the District Attorner'• office, and Clay Bertrand were the Plle. fte District Attorney'• office aleo 1 according to thi• 80urce 1 baa been 1Dquiring about two •en who have bee~~~~ibed b7 that office as friends of Shaw~ - - - - . 'lbese two are Gra~ ...rham and William Wayne Dalzel~-~ c,//t., / :3 :- ' ., :. ~ -- :.·~ _;~..· ~ ~-~· -~ .. ~· <· ..·r ~ ·' i ·.: ~ , 1 i .2 CQ ~ ~ 8 ·~ . ' ' 1 u ,. - - - 8 f}~ . ~ r 1n connection with Durham's arrest in 1964, Bureau files reveal that Jack s. -.rtin, a private investigator who has ,1 ~ aentioned by Dews aedia as a figure in llr. Garrison's / ( _ aaaaaaination investigation, and the aboYe-mentioned Dalzell helped Durham by removing certain files from biB office in orde~ to keep thea from the hands of Rew Orleans authorities. {! .,..n - f , ' ·I,, I I ~i Po Bureau files also reveal that in 1961, Durhaa waa :) : uaociated and involved with anti-Cutro groups iD -.. Orleau. r- Y " >- Be-n. .... - .- :· i · . c. Durhaa was arr•ted u · • fucitive froa . . . Orleans, Loulilana; be wu wanted for · theft -~ of funds froa his law clients·~dncribed u a •n Orljau attornex and U a COIIpUlSiVe pabler. Durbaa Wa& -~rn:_Apr~~ ~_! 1 )._!Q(i._ .. n. Louiaiana. · · .. :l 1964, 1n Washington, .. D. c:> !· ~ 'l'he files of thla Bureau reveal that Gradl Clifford . r~_wu apprehended by Special Aeenta of the -tBi -~n 'liirii- 23, , . ~:::h-~-= ~~:: _ _ 1 - 1os-s2555 <aswald) :~~:;,'.. _ _ UG:gow (15) · ~.,a~~ 8ee DOte page 3 -.::~ · ~ op:v M;:;(1 :111967 -~1 W.J,IL RC>Oiol rJ:$ ~~ O' ~ - /o 9J/p,{l - ~JL7d. .~ . I I ~~ " IQl. V$. .. · _. .-f) i ;' .'tr M~ • _ 'J .J CI ; · 1 o-:- - '- fP 1961 v · t<:: ·" - v-_ '-· ·' -··· .I; D TE:LE:TYPE: UNIT D I ;
  36. 36. ( .. . ' ~· -~ . . , ' ( . ._ ) fte Attorne7 General . . • •. . . . V/_ . - . - ~ ./.: Wllliaa •·~~sell na born Dec•ber J.A, _lna. . :;... ; _ _lD lhawnee, Oklahoma. Bureau ~ilea reveal Dalaell wa•~nveettcated by thi8 Bureau in 1964 on allegations that be bad · perpetrated a fraud by wire. The lnveati&ation waa closed •ben lt appeared no violation of law bad been coamitted. Dalsell waa investigated in 1958 to determine if bla activities in •thi~ta ~ere auch that he •ould regiater under the a.&illtratlon . Act. the investigation wae cloaed when lt ••• deterained that there was insufficient evidence that hia activitiea caae •ltbin the requtr-enta of the a.&utration Act. L ,-·, · -·- ... In 1961, Dalaell was involved with tndividuala in •e• Orleans in anti-castro activities. An investi&ation of his activities at the time yielded no evidence that he waa Yiolattnc any law of the United Stat... ~· ~ The oriainal recorda of the Identification Diviaion of thia Bureau reveal that Dalsell was fingerprinted in l'ebruarr, . 1963, at the Central Louiaiana State Mental Hospital, Pinesville, Louisiana. The files of thia Bureau reveal that Dalsell admitted that in January, 1963 1 be was bospitali&ed in a Louiaiana State aental hospital from which he was diacharged on ..rch 20, 1963. I , The above-mentioned aource also adviaed that Mr. Garrlaon was looking for a boaoaexual who allegedly looked like Lee Baney Olnrald • ._'fb~ource, fr011 ll9eraonal kDcnrledge, adviaed that Cbarlea .Jiq'~gley waa a ifn Orleana ho.oseXlJ&l who looked lib oswald in the aource'a opin on. The criminal recorda of the · Identification Division this Bureau contain lnforaation concerning a Charles Be . Langley who was fingerprinted aeveral tlaes ·in Bew Orleans the late 1950'•· Thia aan was ~~A­ Jfoveaber 15, 1930, at Grand aapida 1 Michigan. In January, 1963 1 be was aentenced in York State to one year in prison on a charge of assault. de iasfingerprinted in 1964, 1965, and 1966 in Rew York State. No photograph of this aan was available. in •ew 1 - The Deputy Attorney General 1 - Mr. ~ed •· Yinaon, Jr. Aaai•tant Attorney General 1 - Mr. Harold Barefoot Sanders, Jr. Asai•tant Attorney General 1 - ~. J. Walter Yeagley Jasiatant Attorney General '~ ' ' I ' ."· ..: . I ; ... . :-: · ; · ~· :· -2- i . '
  37. 37. . - - 6 - . ··~. ~ - - --· -- ,· .· - JIOTB: • ·.. ... . Tbe Attorney General I ~-- ............ ~ ..;;.. •-~who The informant furnished the 1D1ozo.!t1on based on a contact ~be Chief Investigator in Garrison's office in Bew Orleans. . - ' • l I I ... :: '~ - · .. ' . . ,oj.. ·' .~ :~ ~' _;~~ -- -~· ·. i J,. , ·. 1 ... .,, ~· ... .. '• • 1 ,· I ·. " -3-
  38. 38. "- • t l ,•; ·.:. ..:.:..·.--··---- rForR~L, ·JRr~u ,..,~ :,..0 ~ 1)1' lr.Yf>. , . 11. S N· '•RTf.I(NT Of II'>., ) ~I il 1 . ". ' ORLS /·~OPI'I URGENT ~­ ~: .:. , . 1 ,~-:.-. G;.;lr, __ l :Jr. R··~"P- _ ' .•• '' ·~· ~11 II' .. :!~ 1' · · ::!1. • · '~I IIE'tl ··~·-··.r. : ·; •. r.-1t __ TELETYPE ' I ' ' ,. Wic':,_,_ '''·•· . : ~ I 'i '· ~- .j ~. ~I r, rMY 7 1957Jt . . '' . •r•l.,,~r' 1 ·~ .. 'l·- 11":" COMMl•,IICA110tl SEC;..{•II FBI WASH DC 'l, Tr.·:r."i _:_ Jfr. 1Tot1c!'_ Tde. Room._ !H::3 BCllr.:·~1!laa G<u.dy- '517161 OLP DIRECTOR <62·109060) '..; -· 1' OM NEW ORLEANS (g9-69) /) ' ~SSASSINA!lON OF PRESIDENT .JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY, -· -----··- ·-········ --·· ...... ~LLAS, TEXAS, IIOVEI'IBER TWENTYTWO, SIXTYTHREE, ~ISCELLANEOUS, )t- ,;~. ·r l~l '-· .' UFORI'IATION CONCERNING. RE MFW ORLEANS TEL I'IAY SIX LAST, SETTING FORTH INFORMATION • t FURNISHED BY GORDON DWANE NOVEL. FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS BEING FURNISHED CONCERNING INDIVIDUALS MENTIONED IN REFERENCED TEL: LO~, PRO~ABLY_IDE;NTI~AL "' ~t } ' f~.:~ ~GA~I!ATIOf r•. ; . WITH HE~DQUARTERS 1- ST,E~TKIN I ") . .. '" ;~ g COUNCIL IN NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, AN ANTI-CASTRO REVOLU~IONAR~ •_;. WIT_H L U r s . CWHO AS . l OF OCTOBER ' TWELVE, IHNETEEN SIXTYHIO, WAS HEAD OF THE CUBAN .. :ij·. :.· .... '.. J-·1 ' li r r IN I'IIAI'II. '' IS ATTORNEY FOR GORDON DWANE NOVEL. : , ··~:('~~IUliE ~ IS ~T_T_O_~ll,;:-( AND RECENTLY ELECTED COUNCILMAN r-o~j~!i-x~I ·-"EW q~LEA NS . JUDGE DAVID I ORLEANS PARISH. £liD } -: '. . ' ::_; r· . ~ ·: ..• ·.i· [~J ~. . : :. ' PAGE OIIE > : ~1.. ! ;}. 5 4MAY 231967' . · RTLER IS .; .-. .-.. ~£~ ·49·;~ -.! .. > , CIVIL~DlSTRICT ·_; ;· s.21 o ·< :' _ --- COURT JUDGE FOR ~y '""~ te-~--CWl-AC-~-f-011_1H_E_L_lRE_cc-1-0?.., .... .. ( it#' t"';·. J: ... ·..:>:~ ·.
  39. 39. - - ·- ·-'~------··- -·-----------I l ~ _) .. . ' . • .· ' . . - :;_ ~~ ' PAGES:.-:t<(ARCAC~ fO;:~RLY VAS D~OCRATIC ~T, APPROXI~ATELY IN CA~PAIGN DECE~BER, KNOWN AS •cRUSADE NINETEEN SIXTYONE, VHICH WAS TO HAVE LASTED UNTIL JANUARY TH!RTYONE, NINETEEN SIXTYTWO. ARCACHA HAS BEEN CHARGED BY DISTRICT ATTORNEY GARRISON ALONG WITH GORDON NOVEL YITH CONSPIRACY TO BURGLARIZE A ~NITIOHS BUNKER AT HOUMA, LOUISIANA, IN AUGUST, NINETEEN SIXTYOIIE. CLAY SHAW IS FORMER ·i s ... .TRADE ~RTS ~ANAGING .~VID DIRECTOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEW ORLEANS, WHO HAS BEEN CHARGED BY DISTRICT ATTORNEY GARRISON OF CONSPIRING ~ITH LEE HARVEY OSWALD AND FERRIE, DECEASED, TO ASSASSINATE PRESIDENT KENNEDY. r· ,· t •• · NO INFORMATION CONTAINED Ill FILES NEW ORLEANS ON CIA ------.--· lN CONTACT WITH A CIA REPR THAT SA REGIS L. KENNEDY HAS BEEN ENTATIVE BY THAT NAME. SA KENNEDY ADVISES HE DOES NOT KNOW A CIA REPRESENTATIVE BY THE NAME OF fNU LOGAN AND HAS NOT BEEN IN CONTACT VITH AN TNU LOGAN OF CIA OR ANY OTHER REPRESENTATIVE THAT AGENCY CONCERNING WILLIAM VAYNE DALZELL. END . •, ~~ :'' •' .:-. (i' ' .. · ..I ~ ' .~ }. PAGE TWO ' ~· TH; REVOLUIIO.AR~~ WHICH YAS DISSOLVED IN NINETEEN SIXTYONE. ARCACHA INSTITUTED IN NEW ORLEANS A TO FREE CUBA• HEAD Of '' ....
  40. 40. ) • • I • 0 • 10 0 " ~ . ~ ._ ) : · ... PAGE THRi:E . ·. / VILL!Ar-1 WAY,(-DALZnL IS IDENTICAL VI TH HE VAS ~JETEEN - ~VY, ~~RN TVENTYSIX, SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA, NINETEEN FORTY~~~~~:-;0- W~~E;EEN DECEMBER FOUR, CLAI~S FORTYFIVE, AS PHARMACIST FIRST CLASS FROM WHICH HONORABLY DISCHARGED. EMPLOYMENT WITH VARIOUS DRILLING AND SERVICE II U. S. PETROLEU~ ALSO CLAIMS COMPANIES WITH U. S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AS CRYPTOGRAPHER, WITH OF ETH~Q~ AS PETROLEU~ GOVERN~ENT ADVISOR, AND IN NINETEEN FIFTYNINE, CLAIMED TO HAVE AGREEMENT WITH GOVERNMENT OF YEMEN TO NEGOTIATE AN OFFSHORE AND INLAND OIL CONCESSION. DALZELL ALSO SUBJECT OF CASE ENTITLED •wiLLIAM WAYNE ~LZELL, AKA ET AL, IS • HONDURAS, IS • CUBA. BUREAU REFER REPORTS SA WARREN C. DE BRUEYS DATED JUNE TWENTYONE, SIXTYONE, END PAGE THREE
  41. 41. I- .. : ( .- ( • .. PAGE FOUR . . • 4 . • r AND · SEP~MBER TVE•TYNINE, SIXTYONE, BUFULE ONE ZERO FIVE DASH .- : l- liNE SIX liNE EIGHT THREE, lEW ORLEANS FIVE ONE ZERO FIVE DASH ONE FIVE ZERO THREE. THIS INVESTIGATION INVOLVED DALZELL•s ALLEGED ATTEMPTS TO OBTAIN WEAPONS FOR REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES IN HONDURAS AND A PT BOAT AND SUBMARINE FOR USE OF ANTI-CASTRO CUBANS. DALZELL INTERVIEWED JUNE SIX, SIXTYONE, BY SA WARREN C. DE BRUEYS AND SA REGIS L. KENNEDY AND ADMITTED BEING CONNECTED WITH •FREE VOICE OF LATIN AMERICA, INc.• AND •FRIENDS OF DE~OCRATIC CUBA·. DALZELL ADMITTED DISCUSSION WITH TWO PERSONS OF POSSIBILITY OF GETTING WEAPONS FOR FIVE HONDURANS RESIDING IN CENTRAL AMERICA WHO OPPOSED HONDURAS GOVERNMENT BUT CLAI~ED r,ATTER NEVER PROCEEDED BEYOND DISCUSSION STAGE. ' STATES SERGIO ARCACHA SMITH, lEAD OF ANTI-CASTRO CUBAN ORGANIZATION, ABLE TO ~STAIN ~EVER INDICATED THAT HIS ORGANIZATION HAD BEEN PERMISSION TO PURCHASE PT BOAT AND SUBMARINE. DALZELL TELEPHONICALLY CONTACTED NEW ORLEANS OFFICE ROVEMBER SEVENTEEN, SIXTY, ADVISING SA HAROLD K. AllEN HE VAS END PAGE FOUR ( I I , .. · ·:- ·, ..: . ·. .. t ~ •. -•. '" :·.f .. ~ ·. ~ ; >"
  42. 42. f .,. -- (~ - ~. . ~ : -- .. • ) - PAGE FIVE •RADIO FREE CUBA•, WHOSE PURPOSE VAS TO REACH THE PRO~OTING ~ -· PEOPLE OF CUBA BY SHORT WAVE RADIO AND FURNISH ~ ' .~~- ~- ~ ·' ,. ' . . .. ·.·. i ·~ tJ-. 0 THE~ THE TRUTH. THIS ORGANIZATION VAS INCORPORATED UNDER NAME.FREE VOICE OF LATIN AMERICA, INc.·. AND IIFORMATION DEVELOPED CONCERNING THIS ORGANIZATION IS CONTAINED IN CASE CAPTIONED •FREE VOICE OF LATIN A~ERICA, INC., IS DASH CUBA,• BUFILE ONE ZERO FIVE DASH lnNE FIVE FIVE EIGHT SEVEN. Ii ~RCH, THIS ORGANIZATION CEASED OPERATION SIXTYONE. IN CASE CAPTIONED • FRENTE REVOLUCIONARIO DEMOCRATICO <FRD>, IS • CUBA·. BUFILE ONE ZERO FIVE DASH EIGHT SEVEN liNE ONE TWO, lEW ORLEANS FILE ONE ZERO FIVE DASH ONE FOUR FIVE SIX, lEW . ORLEANS AIRTEL DATED JUNE THIRTEEN, SIXTYONE, REFERS TO PREVIOUS INTERVIEW WITH DALZELL ON JUNE TWO, SIXTYONE, IN CONNECTION VlTH CASE ENTITLED •wiLLIAM WAYNE DALZELL, IS DASH CUBA·. ~ALZELL CLAIMED HE VISITED CIA ON THREE OCCASIONS, COMMENCING LATE IN NINETEEN SIXTY, AND ENDING EARLY IN IINETEEN SIXTYONE. DALZELL CLAIMS INTERVIEWED BY CIA AGENT LlOYD RAY, VHO WAS INTERESTED IN DETERMINING CERTAIN INFORMATION END PAGE FIVE ..: .'' · -.: ..,"j , ..::. <, ·J . ' ( . .
  43. 43. ,.. .. I : ·. l( ·. ( • .. 0 '·_) 0 ., .. ' .. PAGE SIX 5 ., REGARDING RADIO STATIONS IN CUBA AS WEll AS CERTAIN MICRO-WAVE EQUIPMENT IN POSSESSION OF CUBAN ~. GOVERN~ENT. HUNTER LEAKE, CIA REPRESENTATIVE, NEW ORLEANS, CONFIR~ED TO SA WARREN C. DE BRUEYS THAT DAlZEll PAID THREE VISITS TO CIA OFFICE AND TALKED TO LLOYD RAY ON DATES ROV~BER SIXTEEN, IINETEEN SIXTY, JANUARY TWENTYSIX, SIXTYONE, AND FEBRUARY ElEVEN SIXTYONE. DAlZELl REFERRED TO CIA BY GRADY DURHAM, A lEW ORLEANS ATTORNEY. DAlZEtt•s CONNECTION WITH CIA WAS ORIGINAllY REPORTED TO lEW ORLEANS OFfiCE BY WHO IS IDENTICAl WITH NEW ORLEANS AT~QR.NEY, WAS DISTANT GOVERNOR JAMES DAVIS, DALZELL INTERVIEWED APRIL TWENTYTHREE, SIXTYTHREE, IN CONNECTION WITH INVESTIGATION OF END PAGE SIX .:·.t: .·._ , , ·· . . . .... DURHA~ IN NATRONA COUNTY, COLORAno.
  44. 44. ...... --.. ·.· .: ;_______________.:.____::::=======-1- . ' . -. .. . ( ' ' ( () . •' .· P~GE SEVEN D~LZELL ADVISED SA REGIS L. XEN!lEDY ON JUNE EIGHT, NINETEEN SIXTY, THAT ONE NAGDA BUCXLEY V~S INVOLVED IN ( ' -. . -~ J} C'ri',.._r_~·.a ~~~~3 TRARStER OF CUBAN PECOS. THIS . .-e.·· . lNFOR~ATION CONTAINED IN NEW ORLEANS AIRTEL JUNE FIFTEEN, NINETEEN SIXTY, IN CASE CAPTIONED •cuBAN REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES, IS DASH CUBA,• BUFILE ONE ZERO FIVE D~SH FOUR EIGHT ZERO, NEW ORLEANS FILE SIX FOUR DASH EIGHT SIX. HAS BEEN CONTACTED BY ORLEANS PARISH DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE IN THEIR EFFORTS TO LOCATE DALZELL, WHICH IS SET FORTH IN NEW ORLEANS AIRTEL MARCH TWENTYFOUR, SIXTYSEVEN, IN CAPTIONED CASE. DALZELL HAS NOT BEEN INTERVIEWED BY SA REGIS L.XENNEDY :~ I ' ~. c, ., . OR ANY OTHER AGENT OF NEW ORLEANS OFFICE CONCERNING ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDEWT KENNEDY. 'i =~· ·' .. , .: •. ,,. .. ...J ~ ,1:_ ~: IS FOR~ER NEW ORLEANS PO OFFICER WHO EN WORKING AS PERSONAL INVESTIGATOR FOR . . JEFFERSON PARISH DISTRICT ATTORNEY FRAN~LANGRIDGE. !'lOST CORR .P.A GE 3 I.~E- l '5 WORD~HUL-B--BE YEI'IE-N PAGE·-SE-'KN LASt· LI!IE"'WORD ·s··sHOULD tlE FRAN!( END lLD FBI WASH DC Cl..R ;· : :·. ,. '· ~"'· .}.
  45. 45. ...... - CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY WASHINGTON. D.C. 20505 11 AUG 1983 Bernard Fensterwald, Jr., Esquire Suite 900, Twin Towers Building lOOO Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA 22209 Dear Mr. Fensterwald: This is in response to your 29 March l982 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made on behalf of your clients J. Gary Shaw and Mark Allen for "all records (including ''see references'' or cross references) maintained by your agenci pertaining to William Dalzell during ~he years l960-64." The Central Intelligence Agency's record review process for this request, listed as F82-0240 (Count 5) under CA82-l603 (prior to consolidation (CA82-l667), has been completed. One Agency-originated ~ e ~ d during the search of r. Charles E. Moyer, the Information Review Officer Directorate of Administration, has determined on review document (F82-0240/l) that it may be released in part to your clients. The portions deleted are being withheld to protect information properly falling within the scope of exemption (b) (3) of the FOIA. As you know, exemption (b) (3) of the FOIA encompasses matters which are specifically exempt from disclosure by statute. The relevant statutes are section 6 of the central Intelligence Agency Act of l949, as amended, 50 U.S.C. §403g, which exempts from the disclosure requirement information pertaining to the organization, functions, names, official titles, salaries or numbers of personnel employed by the Agency, and subsection l02 (d) (3) of the National Security Act of l947, as amended, 50 U.S.C. §403 (d) (3), which makes the Director of Central Intelligence responsible for protecting intelligence sources and methods from unauthorized disclosure. A releasable copy of Document F82-0240/l and a copy of the Deletion Category List are enclosed.
  46. 46. ;, . .... / In addition to the record noted above, other United states Government material that may pertain to your clients' request has been found in Agency files. Since the material was originated outside the Central Intelligence Agency, it has been appropriately referred for review and direct response to you. Sincerely, ~1d~- Information and Privacy Coordinator Enclosure, ajs 2
  47. 47. . . ... .. .... ( . ·- . (.. __ .·. ~- ' ·~ 31 October- 1967 l. DALZELL, William Wayne (See also Sergio ARCACHA SMITH) . ·.' ·' f . .ALUXY..A.TION: William Wa;yne DALZELL, a petroleum engineering consultant and incorporator of an antiCastro organization in New Orleans in 1961, told the FBI be bad three contacts with the New Orleans Contact Office in 1960 and 1961. SOURCE: _. Memorandum No. 4 dated 20 June 1967 and New -Orleans T~lliS-PICAYUhTE for 19 September 1967. OS INDICES RESULTS: . :N'EDATIVE DErAILS: William Wayne DALZELL described as a petroleum advisor to the Ethiopian Government was an -incorporator of an anti-Castro organization in New Orleans early in 1961, known as the Friends of Democratic Cuba. (See Sergio Arcacha SMITH) Joining him as incorporators were Guy BANISTER, Grady C. DURBAN and William KLEIN. DALZELL -was subpoenaed for questioning by GARRISON on 30 June 1967 but the subpoena was dropped when DALZELL agreed to talk to GARRISON voluntarily~ DALZELL 1-1as subpoenaed again in September 1967. DALZELL told the FBI that be had three contacts with the New Orleans DCS office in 1960 and 1961 but OS indices search was negative. . .. APPROVED FOR RELEASE ON rl 8 AUG 1983 3~ Fr~- d,(ft1/l
  48. 48. .. '.. .· ... .. •IBJ lEV ORLS · · . .• :r.EL-ETY-PE - HIEF JJJY£S1l,GATOR, OFFICE OF DISTRICT ATTORIIEY .1111 /-,,.,:.,:-,,.7,,.] GAR I , JEW ORI..EAIIS, LA; . SOURCE ADVISED It IS HIS I~RESSIOI . · · . 111AT DISTRICT ATTORNEY IS IIAVIMG TROUBLE ESTABLISHUG tHAT ~LAY SMAV AND CLAY BERTRAIID IS THE SAI'tE PERSOI. : ~· ~ :. · ··, ! • • SOURCE ADVISED DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFfiCE INTERVIEW£ <·. ·_ . II .~ VIS, FORMER INVESTir.ATOR OF OEAII ANDREWS. AND DAVIS COULD lOT IDENTIFY SHAV 1~~;~IDENTICAL VITH BERTRAND. ~AVIS ~CCORDlltB 10 IWFORMAIT . (i; . VILL BE SUBPOENED BY IHE DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE· SOO.I . :· ·-· .. .;:: .· . .=. . . .. :. · · . .... ~ SOURCE ADVISED GARRISON'S OFfiCE IS ~TTEfll~TIIG 10 LOCAJz:~ fl- · -.· · . . Cc .? I,., i'f 0 lr ~J ·- FORMER SECRETARY OF DEAN ANDREWS FOR INTERVIEW. . ,. ANDREWS REF"USED TO . TAKE LIE DETECTOR tEST.~l(io }.~ SOURCE·ADV , ~- - · ·..··. MAR ·21 $7 . .. . .
  49. 49. • PAGE JVO • . . "JURC£ ADVISED -DISTRICT ATTORIIEY•s OFFICE EltQUJRED ABOU~···.. :::~~~~::~__· . ~~~.~! ~ND ~JLLIAPJ OF SHAVe VAYI£ DALZELL VHO .tHEY ofscRJBED AS .FRIEIDS. .. I~ .f:ORMER. lEV _;;·· .. , •I REPORTED TO BE AN . . I ,· • · ..... ~ .,- l !.'./ f :: . .·/,('£ r£.··,.,,~.-1 At[rd:. DALt£LL HAS 10 Pit ARREST RECORD AN ~~£RICAN INQIAN. DALZELL VAS LAST REPORTED VIA •rv ORLEANS fRENCH QUARTER TALl TO BE Ill JAIL HOUSTON AREA fOR "URDER. JNFORMATION NOt CONFJR~ED. HAM AND DALZELL VERE ASSOCIATED TOGETHER VltH THE I . . AND FORMER PRIVATE IIVESTJGATOR VAS ALSO ASSOCIATED II fREE ~ I.ATU AMERICA !llO~lSJAftA L UC. DURHAM IS RELATIVE Of fORME_R rt VOIC~ . . .. -~li_. JIMI'I~IS .. . , .. . . DISTRICT ATTORNEY IS LOOkiNG FOR A HOMOSEXUAL . . AllEGEDLY LOOKS LIKE LEE HARVEY OSWALD. AIIGL£Y VAS A .lEV ORLEAWS .. HOMOSEXUAL THAT LOOKS LikE LEE HARVEY OSWALD • ..·. "' . P.IR!I!~ ::
  50. 50. ... .. -· • • g • .. ,. ' .. • ___ PAGE _tHREE~----------------------------------------~~--~~ ADVISED HE OlD lOT MENTION LANGLEY TO IVON. IDENTIFIED lEV ORLEANS FILES. - LAIGLEY lOt • SOURCE ADVISED tHAT DAJ Z£11, DIIRW••, B•N•JSTER AID .lACK I • .. · MARTIN WERE ALL ASSOCIATES. liE STATED HE ASKED lVON IF "ARTII VAS ·· NS PROBE. IVOI HE DID lOT XNOV .AS GARRISON AND A GROUP OF ATTORNEYS II. OFfiCE WERE HANDLING ALL OF tHE DETAILS OF THE ·. ·. · .•~ ~ -~:~· -: . J~PORTANT £1fD. MATTERS OF THE CASE. . .... - .. .:
  51. 51. ·- . -. - -... ..• ; ·.~ • • . • .. The Attoroer General . !. ...,.. . . . . .. . . . llarcb 201 1967 . :-:::• ._-.- . . .• .Y · ~~"'. :.~; . '! 1 - ~. DeLoacla ~- · · -~ 1 - llr. llalleF --~~ ·. f 1 - Kr. Raupacla ·~·~·...:., . · 1 - llr. SulllYaa :·· :< : .. ' ' . ., · 1 • Mr. Branl&aa . 1 • llr. Lenihu · :·.:. : · • . · 1 - llr. Goble : . · :.• . . ·· ~ . .. . ' ·. ., :....~ . ,, ·....~ -·· . . . · I haYe preYioualJ furnlabed JOU tnforllAtlon recelY.. -:: f concerning the lnYeotieatlon beln& eonducted b7 Kew Orleana · i District Attorner James c. C.rrlson eoncerninc the aseassinatloa . ~ of the late President JohD ~ltscerald :EennedJ• ' .· .. ~ ....... .. . _.. .-. . . .~ .. .·· '. ~ . -~ .. . .... . . .. A eource Wbo baa furnished reliable Information lathe . · • past bas advised lt was bls la~reaslon that Dlatrlct AttorneF Garrison was ll&Yiog dlfflcultJ eatabllahtng that llr. Cla7 Shaw. Wbo waa recentl7 arrested b7 the Dlstrlct Attorne1'• office, · • and Clar Bertrand were tbe· eame. The District Attorne1'• office ,. also, according to thla aource, haa been lnqulrlng about two men who bave been d c bed b tha . These two are Gra r am n am a ne ell-. ' · ·I 'l'he files of thla Bureau l'eYeal that Gradl Clifford · · rhu was apprehended by I.Peclal Agents of the- tal ~n lpril- 231 '19G'4,- fn Washington, J). C, J)urhaa was arrested as · •·tueltlYe from Rew Orleans,~~~~~; he waa wanted fo~theft~of fuDda trom hie law cl~enta. Be was described as a Bew Orl••na ~tt9_~neJ. and u a eo11_pulslve caabler. Purhaa was bornt:..April ~s.,._!9~Ii.J.o.. · "----~' l.ouistana. .. . . · ...... ··-· ..... __ .. "- -----·- . eau tiles also reYeal that Ia 1961 1 Durhaa· wu · i: assoc1atecf and lnvolYed 91 tb anti-castro groups ln liew Orleana. · t B
  52. 52. ,.. •• - .. . .. .. .. . . •:.- : •• -1 : ·-:- -. :" .... .. ... ..·. · . . . The above-mentioned source also advised that ar. Garrleoa . ;: wa• looking for a homosexual who all egedly looked like Lee .Harve7 ·. '.l'h~ource, fromt•per&onal kncnrledge, advised that ·. 4. • : . • • • ~· • ·... ···. • Oswald. -__ · · Charles .Jiq~gley waa a Kew (),rl~a na bomosexval who looked lib ~: . · .._ ·· · Oswald to the eource'• opin on. The Grimtnal l'ecorda of the · . __ • .. _ .. · Identification DiYision thla Bureau contain Information con- · : ~ :.:· ; . : cernlnc a Charles Be , Lanile7 Who .. a• fingerprinted aeveral -~" .: ·- ·.. times lD Hew Orleans til the late 1950'•• Thl• aan was_~~•- ,-·~·:.:':: "·" ... ,November 15, 1930, at Grand lap148 1 Mlchlpn. In .Janua17 1 19631 ~ - ~ . he was sentenced ta Rew York State t o one 7ear in prison on a . Gbarge of assault. Jli...iis fingerpr i nted in 1964 1 1965 1 and 1981 ln llew York State. Ho photograph of this aan was available~ ..::... · ·
  53. 53. . .. ; .' . ·'· . • . - :,.r· .· . .· .. • -·... ... . .,. . .. .... ' ,.... .. . .. ~ ~ . The ·. informant .· .· .. . ...... :_ , ·. ' . i .· .. ...

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