Friday, November 21, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, November 21, 1975 iKE MICHIGAN DAILY
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CIA murder plots confirmed
(Continued from Page t) the CIA provided machine guns at least eight plots to kill, the The president's friend, whom ized by President Eisenhower
committee finds that the system and ammunition, but did not Cuban leader from 1960 to 1965. the report did not identify, as but there was opposing testi-
r take direct hand in the killing ALTHOUGH some of the plots well as Roselli, testified before mony to preclude a finding that
trol w o biguous at it of an Army general during an did not go beyond the planning the committee that he (the: this was so, the report said.
difficult to be certain at what. ;abortive anti-Communist coup stage, one of them, using under- friends did not know about the "The plot proceeded to the
known and authorized." attempt in Chile in 1970. world figures, twice progressed assassination plots, point that lethal substances and
The committee said that The committee found, how- to the point of sending poison GIANCANA was murdered a instruments specifically intend-
"short of war, assassination is ever, that former President pills to Cuba and teams to ad- months ago before the com- ed for use in an assassination
"shortibf w assssiatin Richard Nixon ordered the, CIA minister them. fe were delivered by the CIA to
incompatible w i th American .r mittee could question him. th~og tton"terpr
principles, international order to play a direct role in organ- Another plot involved furnish- On ogo Dinh Diem the report said.
and morality." It urged Con- izing a military coup d'etat" to ing assassination devices to a said htere was no CIA involve-
gress to pass a law banning as- prevent Marxist Salvadore Al- Cuban dissident. ment inthe assassination of the REGARDING Trujillo, the re-
sassination as an instrument of: lende from becoming president "The proposed assassination iSouth Vietnamese president and port said that although there
national policy. e. devices ran the gamut from his brother, Ngo Dinh Nhu, in was no evidence the United
The committee released the NIXON gave authorization for highpowered rifles, poison pills, November, 1963. States instigated any assassina-
report after last-minute appeals the CIA to spend $10 million to poison pens, deadly bacterial Evidence compiled by the tion activity against the former
1 Eidencecompildpowderstiandctotheragdevicese owhich
by President Ford and members block Allende from taking office powders and other devices which committee indicates that the Dominican dictator "Certain
of his administration failed to following his election Sept. 4, strain the imagination," the re- United, States encouraged the evidence tends to link United
convince the Senate to keep the 1970, the Senate committee said port said. coup by Vietnamese generals States officials to the assassina-
contents secret. Ford wrote Sen- in a chapter on Chile in its as- IT SAID former CIA director against Diem and his brother tion plans."
ate leaders today that he felt ! sassination report. Richard Helms, who is now U.S. but "neither desired nor was in- Trujillo was murdered by a
publication of the report was not The committee said there is Ambassador to Iran, authorized volved in the assassination." 'group of Dominican dissidents
in the national interest. directly contradictory testimony the plot to use underworld fig- on May 30, 1961.
THE SENATE met for nearly from Secretary of State Henry ures to kill Castro. DIEMS assassinaion appears The report said the Eisenhow-
four hours in closed sessions to Kissinger and CIA officials on The report also said the com- to have been a spontaneous act er and Kennedy administrations
discuss handling of the report how much Kissinger and the mittee had uncovered evidence by Vietnamese generals, en-encouraged the overthrow of his
but ultimately allowed it to be White House were kept informed that a close friend of late Presi- gendered by anger at Diem for regime and three pistols and
released by the committee with- about the plans to kidnap Gen. dent John Kennedy was a friend refusing to resign or put him- three carbines were supplied to
out taking any votes, either to Rene Schneider, commander of of John Roselli and Sam Gian- self in the custody of the lead- various dissidents. But there
block publication or endorse its the Chilean Army. cana, among the underworld ers of the coup,". the report was inconclusive evidence on
contents. Regarding Castro, the commit- figures linked to the CIA plots said. what level information on the
The committee also said that tee found concrete evidence of to kill Castro. The committee also said that affair was passed prior to the
suggestions of assassinating spring of 1961.
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