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On March 14, 1977, Arlen L. Fuhlendorf, Group Manager, Internal Revenue Service, Intelligence, Dallas, Texas, telephonically contacted Special Agent Specht, FBI, Dallas, Texas, and advised that he was at a school all last week, and therefore, could not get in contact with Special Agent Specht. He was advised that Bob Vanderslice to date has not made himself available to be interviewed by the Dallas office of the FBI. Fuhlendorf advised that Vanderslice has been furnishing information to Internal Revenue Service in connection with a special enforcement program that Internal Revenue Service Intelligence has concerning the criminal element. Vanderslice has furnished information to Internal Revenue Service on local Dallas bookmakers. Fuhlendorf advised that as far as he knows, that the information that Vanderslice furnished has been reliable. Fuhlendorf advised that when he last talked to Vanderslice on March 4, 1977, that Vanderslice asked him that if he talked to the FBI, what use would be made of the information. Fuhlendorf told Vanderslice that he might get a free trip to Washington to testify before a Congressional Committee concerning his information. Fuhlendorf stated that Vanderslice might have had second thoughts after he told him that.

Fuhlendorf advised that several weeks ago, specific date unrecalled, he met
Vanderslice at the restaurant located on the twenty-fifth floor of the Manor House, Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas. Fuhlendorf stated that Vanderslice talked to him about Candy Barr, a former stripper in one of Jack Ruby’s nightclubs. This conversation led to Vanderslice discussing his knowledge of Ruby. Vanderslice told him that on the morning of the assassination, Jack Ruby called him on the telephone and asked him if he would like to go to the Presidential Parade with him, and if he would “like to watch the fireworks.” Vanderslice said that he was with Jack Ruby and standing at the corner of the Postal Annex Building facing the Texas School Book Depository Building, at the time of the shooting. Immediately after the shooting, Ruby left and headed toward the area of the Dallas Morning News Building, without saying anything to him.


NOTE: A review of Jack Ruby’s testimony before the Warren Commission on 6/7/64, indicates that Ruby testified that he was at the “Dallas Morning News” building at the time of Kennedy’s assassination on 11/22/63. Ruby advised he went to the News building at approximately 11:00 a.m. on the morning of 11/22/63, to arrange for advertising space for his night club. Ruby’s testimony was corroborated in part by the testimony of John William Newnam, an Advertising Department employee of the “Dallas Morning News.” Newnam testified before the Warren Commission on 6/26/64. No further attempts being made by our Dallas Division to interview Robert Murray Vanderslice at this time.

November 19, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink



  1. Subject, a former GS-15 Operations Officer assigned to DDP/Europe, is 53 years of age and married. He served with the Office of Strategic Services during World War II, and was employed by this Agency from November 1949 until his voluntary retirement on 30 April 1970. In 1971, Subject served as an advisor to President Nixon in relation to his trip to China. Subject is of current interest to the Central Cover Staff.
  1. Subject graduated from Brown University in 1940. He served with the United States Navy from early 1941 until late 1942. After a year with Time, Incorporated, he entered the Air Force, where he was detailed to the Office of Strategic Services. He served in the Far East until January 1946. Subject engaged in writing, and then from May 1948 until February 1949 was employed by the Economic Cooperation Administration, serving in Paris, France, as an aide to Avarell Harriman.
  1. A background investigation conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in July 1949 revealed no indication of instability on Subject’s part, but it was later learned that Subject had been refused an increase in salary with the Economic Cooperation Administration and had been permitted to resign. He was described as highly intelligent, but blindly selfish and egotistical.
  1. Subject’s wife, Dorothy Louise Goutiere Hunt, was investigated for Agency employment in 1948. Her former husband was described as a habitual drunkard, and Subject’s wife was described as slightly unstable and not inclined to remain in one place for any length of time. She did not enter on duty, having accepted a position with the Economic Cooperation Administration in Paris. Our Paris sources later reported that Subject’s wife was formerly a mistress and was openly flouted as such for several months. She was then described as an amoral and dangerous individual who underhandedly attacked those persons who incurred her enmity.
  1. Subject entered on duty as an Intelligence Officer. GS-13, on 8 November 1949. In December 1950 he was assigned as Chief of Station, Mexico City, and then served as Chief of Mission there until August 1953. He served in Tokyo, Japan, from June 1954 until February 1957. He was then assigned as Chief of Station, Montevideo, Uruguay. Subject was Chief of Station in Montevideo until early 1960. There were indications that Subject attempted to use his personal influence with the President of Uruguay to have his assignment there extended, but he returned to the United States in June 1960 and was assigned to Mexico City on Project JMARC.
  1. A cable from Montevideo, dated 6 November 1960, indicates that Subject had written former Uruguayan contacts commenting that he was working on the Cuban problem and publishing anti-Castro newspaper in Miami. It was recommended that Subject be warned about such indiscreet remarks, but apparently no action was taken.
  1. In November 1961, subject was reassigned to the DDP/Covert Action Staff, and in January 1962 to the Office of the Chief of the same Staff. In July 1962 Subject was transferred to the DODS Research and Publications Section in Washington, and in July 1964 to the DODS Covert Action Staff. In February 1965 he moved to the Office of the DDP/Operations Group. From June 1965 to September 1966 Subject served as a Contract Agent in Madrid, Spain, after which he served in the DDP as Chief of European Covert Operations until his retirement on 30 April 1970.
  1. On 26 January 1970 a source of the Office of Security learned that Subject was circulating through the publishing community “Give Us This Day,” a manuscript written under his former operational alias and dealing with the events of the Bay of Pigs. Investigation disclosed that the manuscript had been in the possession of Tom Wallace of Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Inc. as early as 9 July 1968 and that it was sent on that date to William F. Buckley, Jr., of the National Review. The manuscript was sent to the Arlington House and Walker and Company as well. Both rejected it as too controversial, as had Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.
  1. Subject was interviewed regarding the manuscript on 17 February 1970 by the DDP. He at first professed ignorance, but when told the title admitted he had written it for his own benefit as a historical record. Subject said he had shown the manuscript about two years ago to his agent, Max Wilkinson, and to William F. Buckley, Jr. He said he had only wanted an opinion from these gentlemen, and added that the manuscript had been returned to him. He had, he said, not wanted it published. Subject was instructed as to the danger of such a manuscript being published, and was to attempt to determine how many copies of it might be in circulation. He was not to contact Walker and Company, who were the source of the original information.
  1. A reinvestigation of Subject was conducted by the Office of Security in July 1970. Subject and his wife were described by six neighbors acquainted with them for up to nine years, as excellent parents, good neighbors, and fine community citizens.
  1. On 19 July 1971, Subject was reported by the Jersey City, New Jersey, Journal to have joined the White House Staff as a Consultant to President Nixon preparatory to the President’s visit to the Peoples Republic of China.
  1. On 6 November 1970, Subject was granted a Covert Security Approval for use by Central Cover Staff with Robert R. Mullen and Company, a Public Relations firm with offices at 1729 H Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C. Inquiry of the Central Cover Staff on 19 June 1972 revealed that this is a current relationship. Subject, as principal officer of Robert R. Mullen and Company, is witting of cover arrangements for two Agency assets, [redacted] in [redacted] and [redacted] in [redacted]
  1. Subject’s security file reflects that Subject has, in the past, been of operational interest to Mr. James Angleton, Chief, CI Staff/DDP, in connection with an operational matter. On 19 June 1972, Mr. Fred Hubbard, CI Staff, advised that he will provide information as to the nature of Mr. Angleton’s utilization of Subject.


November 11, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink




St. Petersburg, Fla.

October 5, 1961

Dear Bush:

Three weeks ago I finally left Cuba, fortunately with no trouble to speak of. I have been visiting my family in St. Pete, after having spent some time in Miami getting my bearings among the “active exiles”, and expect to head North in about a week. I plan to spend a few days in Washington and then go to New York. I would like very much to keep in touch with the Cuban situation and to remain as active as possible, within the limitations of whatever job I can get.

Although a lot of water has gone over the dam since last we spoke, about which the less said the better, I remember your comments about the feasibility of an arrangement along these lines. I would therefore like to encourage from you any suggestions you may be able to offer in this respect. I am naturally very interested in receiving the opportunity of discussing the situation and my possible contribution with qualified persons in Washington. What do you think? So far my only contacts are Senator Smathers, whom I hope to see here in St. Pete on the 9th, and a man named Raskin who answered a letter I wrote Bundy asking for an appointment. Raskin is on Bundy’s staff.

Bush, you may be out of touch with the Cuban problem, but in case you are not and have any ideas I will appreciate hearing from you. I expect to be here another week and then drive up in a little VW I bought in Miami. In Washington I will be staying at my cousin’s, Maria Teresa de Zaldo Meyer, 9710 Persimmon Tree Road,) Bethseda, Maryland. In any event I will look forward to seeing you soon. Best wishes.



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November 11, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink


26 February 1962


SUBJECT: Minutes of Special Group Meeting on Cuba, 26 February

PRESENT: General Taylor and Mr. Bundy; Mr. Johnson; Mr. McNamara, Mr. Gilpatric and General Lemnitzer; Mr. McCone. General Lansdale and Mr. Harvey were also present.


The following decisions were reached:

1. The immediate tasks to be accomplished include:

a. The drafting of a paper for higher authority which will include two assumptions. These are (1) the United States will make maximum use of Cuban resources, but recognizes that final success will require decisive U.S. military intervention; and (2) that development of Cuban resources will be for the purpose of facilitating and supporting this intervention and to provide a preparation and a justification for it. Higher authority will not be asked by this paper to make a poilcy decision at this time, but simply to note the assumptions.

b. The plan presented by General Lansdale will be recast to put into one paper the short-range actions for the months of March, April and May, such as the acquisition of hard intelligence, and other actions drawn from answers to his study of 20 February 1962, which would have a low visibility and little likelihood of giving away the basic plan. Another paper will include those actions which would have the effect of committing the U.S. to greater or lesser degree to intervention. To the extent possible, the actions contemplated in functional annexes to the plan will be assigned to specific time phases. These papers will be circulated before the coming weekend.

The plan will contain more on intelligence, including a reference to the effort required in third countries.

The reference to a Presidential memorandum, in the first two lines of the Lansdale paper of 20 February, will be deleted.

The paper should include reference to the development of adequate Cuban leadership.

c. The Special Group will consider these papers, with the Attorney General present, before presentation to higher authority.

2. The cover plan for early actions will be that the U.S. in pursuing an anti-Castro policy is under the necessity of acquiring as much hard intelligence on Cuba as possible in a short time.

3. Each proposed sabotage operation will be decided on the basis of its individual merits, at the time.

4. Mr. McNamara undertook to provide the boats needed by CIA on presentation of a list of requirements, if they are available within the Defense establishment.

5. Arrangements will be made to have available a facility for radio broadcasts from a submarine, but the decision as to the actual beginning of broadcasting will be deferred until a later date. An internal land-based radio facility will not be considered at this time.

6. General Lansdale is to prepare a list of the individuals who know about this plan, with an estimate of their degree of knowledgeability. A control list will be kept of those having knowledge of the basic document.

7. General Taylor undertook to prepare the paper referred to in paragraph 1a above, which would set forth the guidelines for the further development of the project and would outline the channels of responsibility.



Thomas A. Parrott


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October 28, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink




30 October 1962


By Brig. Gen. Lansdale

Subject: Operation Mongoose

John McCone asked me to call him on the gray telephone this morning. I did so. He stated that he didn't know exactly how I was supposed to get word on this, so he was informing me to help out: at the Executive Council meeting this morning, the President had decided to hold back Operation Mongoose for the time being. Also, during the negotiations re Soviet missle bases in Cuba, there were to be no Mongoose sabotage or similar militant operations. McCone said that he had informed General Carter of this, but was letting me know, as Chief of Operations, to let the operations team know; he mentioned that Alpha 66 and the approved sabotage of Cuban shipping were to be held, specifically.

I commented that I had just received a copy of a memorandum from him to the Attorney General, the Sec/Def., etc., dated today, saying that CIA was still awaiting word from me on sending in 20 teams by submarine for intelligence collection, after I'd determined JCS and State requirements. I said that I had been told by McGeorge Bundy on Sunday, 28 October, to hold up action on this for 24 hours and had promptly notified CIA, and that yesterday, upon receipt of a memorandum from Bruce Cheever on this same subject, I had taken it up again with Bundy -- and Bundy had told me that he would tell McCone to have CIA hold everything. I presumed that Bundy had so informed McCone. Also, Harvey had called me Sunday night, asking my persmission to discuss CIA assets with CINCLANT and JUWTF for contigency planning; I had given Harvey permission to assist in this planning, if he felt that the U.S. military needed more planning help from the CIA.

After the talk with McCone, I talked with Bruce Cheever who assured me that he had similar orders from Carter and that all militant actions under CIA were being held at a stop. I gave similar orders to General Johnson for Defense/JCS. Lt-Col Patchell concurrently informed State and USIA along the same lines.



October 28, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink

J D Tippit assassination witness Acquilla Clemons talks to JFK assassination researcher Mark Lane (Full Transcript)

Mark Lane: Mrs. Clemmons, where were you on November 22nd, 1963?


Aquila Clemmons: I was workin for Ms. <unintelligible>, um 3 <sounds like cent> 27 East 10th


Mark Lane: <as Aquila Clemmons was continuing to speak you can hear Mark Lane say “From where”..>


Aquila Clemmons: just down the block from where Tippit was killed.


Mark Lane: Did you know officer Tippit?


Aquila Clemmons: Yes, I saw him… men.. pretty many times.


Mark Lane: And, did you hear the shots?


Aquila Clemmons: Yes, I heard the shots.


Mark Lane: And what did you do?


Aquila Clemmons: I ran out into the street and, looked down the street, and, I ran back down the street where he was lyin and I looked at him.


Mark Lane: Now, when you heard the shots, and you went out of the house, did you see a man with a gun?


Aquila Clemmons: Yes I did.


Mark Lane: What was he doing?


Aquila Clemmons: Oh he was reloading. When I see.. he was reloading his gun.


Mark Lane: And, how would you describe that man?


Aquila Clemmons: Well he was kinda chunky, he’s kinda heavy, wadn’t a very big man.


Mark Lane: Was he tall or short?


Aquila Clemmons: He was a kinda short guy.


Mark Lane: Short and heavy..


Aquila Clemmons: Yes.


Mark Lane: Was there any other man there?


Aquila Clemmons: Yes, the one on the other side of the street. All I know he told him to go. <motions with her hand and arm a gesture to go>


Mark Lane: Mrs. Clemmons, aah, the man who had thee gun, ah, did he make any motion at all to the other man across the street?


Aquilla Clemons: No.. no one.. told him to go. <motions with her hand and arm a go gesture>


Mark Lane: So he waved his hand..


Aquilla Clemons: Yes


Mark Lane: And said go on..


Aquilla Clemons: said go.. <motions with her hand and arm a go gesture>


Mark Lane: And then what happened with the man with the gun?


Aquilla Clemons: ah, he unloaded and reloaded.


Mark Lane: And what did the other man do?


Aquilla Clemons: Man kept goin, straight down the street.


Mark Lane: And then did they go in opposite directions.


Aquilla Clemons: Yes, they was, they wadn’t together, they went this way <motioning in opposite directions with her arms> from each other. One down the street and went this way <motions with one arm in a certain direction>, other went straight down past street <motions with other arm in another direction> that way.


Mark Lane:  What was thee, ah, the man who did not do the shooting, but the man who went in the other direction from the man with the gun, what was he wearing? If you remember.


Aquilla Clemons: Well, I, from that memory now it looked like, like khakis and a white shirt.


Mark Lane: And was he tall or short?


Aquilla Clemons: He was tall.


Mark Lane: And was he heavy or thin?


Aquilla Clemons: He was thin.


Mark Lane: But the one who did, the one with the gun, seconds after Tippit was shot, he was short


Aquilla Clemons: Yes, he was..


Mark Lane:  He was heavy?


Aquilla Clemons:  ..short and kinda heavy.


Mark Lane: Now, did you testify before the Warren Commission about this <unintelligible>?


Aquilla Clemons: I haven’t said anything to anyone.


Mark Lane: Did anyone come to see you after the murder of officer Tippit?


Aquilla Clemons: Yes, he was a man came. I don’t know what he was. He came to my house, and talked to me. But I don’t know what he’s.. looked like a policeman to me.


Mark Lane: He did. Did he have a gun?


Aquilla Clemons: Yes, he wore a gun.


Mark Lane: Mrs. Clemons. How long after Tippit was shot did this man with a gun come to visit you?


Aquilla Clemons: Bout two, bout two days. He’s bout two days. Said that I might get hurt, ah, someone might hurt me, if I would talk.


Mark Lane: About what you saw.


Aquilla Clemons: What I saw. He just told me ta, be best if I didn’t say anything because I might get hurt.


  1. 652, Warren Commission Report:

“Commission finding. – The only woman among the witnesses to the slaying of Tippit known to the Commission is Helen Markham. The FBI never interviewed any other woman who claimed to have seen the shooting, and never received any information concerning the existence of such a witness.”


J D Tippit Assassination witness Acquilla Clemons Talks To JFK Assassination Researcher Mark Lane

July 31, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink

JFK Assassination: Lee Harvey Oswald Worked For The Agency, CIA Asset Confirms

CIA Asset Confirms Lee Harvey Oswald Worked For The Agency (JFK Assassination)

June 25, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink

Alex Jones Releases Full Megyn Kelly Unedited Interview Showing How Mainstream (Lamestream) Media Really Works

Full Interview Part 1: See how mainstream media, Megyn Kelly, really works, aka re: highly edited hit piece on Alex, Megyn to release on Father's Day:



June 16, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink

Former FBI Agent John Ligato: Robert Mueller Should Step Down Over James Comey Conflict Of Interest

The law governing the special counsel (28 CFR 600.7) specifically prohibits Mueller from serving if he has a conflict of interest in the case. The rule has been interpreted to mean that even the appearance of a conflict is sufficient for disqualification. A conflict of interest is a situation in which an individual has competing interests or loyalties.

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June 16, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink

Alex Jones To Release Full Megyn Kelly Unedited Interview

Exclusive Sneak Peek! Alex Jones To Release Full Megyn Kelly Interview

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June 15, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink