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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, July 29, 1978-Page 7
LEFTISTS PLAN NETWORK TO EXPOSE CIA PERSONNEL
Youths gather for 'anti-imperialist' festival
VANA (AP) - Six American lef- delegates as possible to explain "the OTHER MEMBERS of the group are globe.
ts, including three former CIA em- kind of work the CIA does and how to James and Elsie Wilcott, who worked in The CIA has been increasingly alar-
yees, announced plans yesterday to uncover and expose its methods." finance and support of the CIA for nine med about public identification of its
ablish a worldwide network of agen- "We hope ultimately to establish a years; Ellen Ray, a researcher on CIA agents. J
to expose CIA personnel and methods worldwide network of involved and activities, and Louis Wolf, who ONE OPERATIVE, Richard Welch,
operation. knowledgeable researchers who will collaborated with Agee on a book to be was assassinated in Greec after a
ro launch the operation, the six said have CIA officers under close published soon, "Dirty Work: The CIA newspaper reported his connection with
ey were willing to meet with mem- scrutiny." in Western Europe." the agency.
rs of the delegations from 145 coun- THE NAME OF the operation will be The book describes in detail how to The news conference was held a few
es that have gathered here for the "CIA Watch," he said, and the role of expose CIA personnel and also has hours before the formal opening of the
h World Festival of Youth and the Americans will be to "check and detailed biographies of more than 700 youth festival, which has attracted
udents. The festival, more than two double check the work that has been U.S._intelligence personnel around the almost 1,600 reporters

years in preparation, has attracted
about 20,000 foreign delegates.
THE BEST known of the Americans
is Philip Agee, who resigned from the
CIA In 1969 after 12 years as a case of-
ficer and has since written two books on
CIA activities. With Agee at his side,
William Schaat, who has done research
of U.S. intelligence operations, outlined
the plans at a news conference at the
Havana Libre Hotel.
Schaat said he and his colleagues
hope to meet with as many festival

done."
Schaat said the CIA continues to at-
tack institutions and "to corrupt or kill
public officials, union leaders, students,
progressive church or civic leaders or
anyone else who stands in the way of
the forces represented by the
capitalists, imperialists, or the multi-
national corporations."
The group also is collaborating on a
new publication - Covert Action In-
formation Bulletin - the first issue of
which was released a few days ago.

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