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Tuesday, June 4, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page ;:i,/e

Tuesday, June 4, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page ~iae

Bureau
(Continued from Page 4)
only as a guide for the suggest-
ed action. You are endouraged
to submit recommendations re-
lating to revisions or innova-
tions of the proposal.
1. The operation would be ef-
fected through close coordina-
tion on a hight level with the
Oakland or San Francisco Po-
lice Department.
2. Xerox copies of true docu-
ments, documents subtly incor-
porating false information and
entirely fabricated - documents
would be periodically anony-
mously mailed to the residence
of a key Panther leader. These
documents would be on the sta-
tionary and in the form used by
the police department or by the
FBI in disseminating informa-
tion to the police. FBI docu-
ments, when used, would con-
tain police routing or date re-
ceived notations, clearly indi-
cating they had been pilfered
from police files:
3. An attempt would be made
to give the Panther recipient
the impression the documents
were stolen from police files by
a disgruntled police employee
sympathetic to the Panthers.
After initial mailings, brief
notes by the alleged disgruntled
employee would be included
with the mailed documents.
These notes would indicate the
motive and sympathy of the po-

subpoened,
lice employee, his bitterness indicating electr
against his department and pos- where none exist
sibly a request for money. titious plans for
4. Depending -on develop- other counteract
ments, at a propitious time, misuse or ap
consideration would be given to Panther funds;1
establishing a post office box or stances of polit
other suitable "drop" address tion; etc. The na
for the use of the alleged dis- ruptive material
gruntled employee to receive re- mation "leaked"
sponses, funds, and /or specifica- limited by the c
tions relating to the documents of your sourcesa
from the Panthers. insure the prote
S. Although the operation may security.
not require inclusion of a live Effective imp
source to represent the disgrunt- this proposal log
led employee, circumstances help but disrup
might warrant the use of such Panther activitie
a source for face-to-face meet- were to suspect
ings with the Panthers. During involvement, the
early stages of the operation, an able to ignore fa
effort should be made to locate b r o u g h t t
and brief a suitable police em- lion through this
ployee to play the role of the al-
leged disgruntled employee. operation would t
6. A wide variety of alleged tinuing meansi
authentic police or FBI mater- Panther leaders]
ial could be carefully selected mation which is
or prepared for furnishing to the that they knowa
Panthers. Reports, blind momo- tion which, in
randa, LHM's and other alleged t
police or FBI documents could they may not ig
be prepared pinpointing Pan-
thers as police or FBI inform-

paranoia disclosed

roic coverage
s; outlining fic-
police raids or
ions; revealing
propriation of
pointing out in-
ical disorienta-
ture of the dis-
J and disinfor-
would only be
ollection ability
and the need to
section of their
lementation of
ically could not
pt and confuse
s. Even if they
FBI or police
y would be un-
actual material
o their atten-
s channel. The
afford us a con-
to furnish the
hip true infor-
to our interest
and disinforma
their interest,
nore.

Although this proposal is a
relatively simple technique, it
has been applied with excep-
tional results in another area
of intelligence interest where
the target was of far greater so-
phistication. The Bureau be-
lieves with careful planning this
technique has excellent long-
range potential to disrupt and
curtail Panther activity.
San Francisco is requested to
submit comments and/or recom-
mendations relating to the im-
plementation of this proposal.
Copies of this letter have been
designated for Los Angeles for
the background and information
purposes. Any suggestion Los
Angeles may have for strength-
ening or further implementing
the technique will be appreciat-
ed.
These are excerpts from some
FBI memoranda that were
turned over the NBC newsman
Carl Stern on March 7 of this
year, after he sued the Justice

Department for them. The ex-
cerpts have been printed in the
Black Panther ness spaper and it
Boston's The Real Paper, and
har e appeared locally in the
Ann Arbor Sun. Reprinted with
thanks.
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pades; espousing personal phi-
losophies and promoting faction
alism among BPP members;

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