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Poge Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday; May 21, 1975

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 21, 1975

CIA allegedly tied to Castro death plot

W A S H I N G T O N-(UPI)
-The Rockefeller Commission
has received evidence from the
FBI linking the Central Intelli-
gence Agency with the Mafia in
an attempt to assassinate Cu-
ban Premier Fidel Castro, a
commission source said yester-
day.
During its 18-week investiga-
tion of the CIA, the commission
headed by Vice President Nel-
son Rockefeller uncovered a
complete file on the matter in
the Department of Justice, the
source said.
IT WAS not clear whether the
1961 project was approved by
then-President John Kennedy.
Top CIA officials have con-
sistently denied that the agen-
cy ever approved any assas-
sination plots, but they have
declined to comment on whether

such plots were discussed.
The existence of the FBI file
was first reported today by The
New York Times and confirmed
by United Press International
from commission sources.
THE FBI file reportedly
showed that Sam Giancana, a
well - known Chicago rackets
figure, and underworld soldier
of fortune John Roselli were
contacted by the CIA in 1961 and
offered a contract to carry out
the plot.
They reportedly were given
poison capsules, which were to
be used to kill the Cuban lead-
er.
,At the time, both men were
said to have been under inves-
tigation by the Department of
Justice in connection with their
underworld activities. It was

unclear whether there was any
attempt to carry out the plot,
SEN. GEORGE McGOVERN
(D-S.D.) said in an interview
last week after returning from
Cuba that Castro had documen-
tation proving be was the tar-
get of a CIA assassination plot.
Also last week former Treas-
ury Secretary Douglas Dillon,
the vice chairman of the Rocke-
feller Commission, told report-
ers the panel's final report
would discuss allegations the
CIA was involved in a number
of assassination plots. He said
the report on this issue would
"deal mainly with Castro" but
he refused to elaborate.
The Commission is scheduled
to give its final report to Presi-
dent Ford June 6, and it is ex-
pected it will be made public
shortly thereafter.

Commission executive direc-
tor David Beln refused to com-
ment on the existence of the
FBI file confirming the Castro
plot.
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