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March 25, 1976
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Approved For Release 2004/01/15 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000200100024- , DOJ REVIEW COMPLETED OGC 76-1524 25 March 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: Associate Deputy Director for Administration Associate Deputy Director for Science & Technology Associate Deputy Director for Operations Attn: SA/DDO 25X1 SUBJECT : Department of Justice Investigation of Testimony Regarding ITT/Chile 1. In connection with the subject investigation, Mr. G. Allen Carver of the Criminal Division, Department of Justice, has provided this Office with a list dated 19 March 1976 of additional persons he would like to interview. All persons on the list are considered only as potential witnesses by DOJ. Accordingly, there is no reason for the DOT attorneys to advise those listed of their rights (Miranda warnings) and DOJ does not plan to do so. 2. It is requested that you provide this Office with the following information: a. Current employees within your Directorate: (1) Location -- i . e . , Headquarters, overseas, outside D.C. area (2) Whether overt or under cover (3) If overseas, any problems expected in return to Headquarters for interview within the next month. b. Former employees of your Directorate: (1) Address and phone number (2) If retired, whether overt or under cover Approved For Release 2004/01/15 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000200100024-2 y i Approved For Release 2004/01/15 CIA-RDP79-00498A000200100024-2 3. Under the procedures presently in effect, an attorney from this Office will be available to accompany present employees at the interviews as the Agency's representative. An offer will be extended to accompany former employees, if they wish. However, we have been advised that DOJ will seek a revision of the procedures to provide that the Agency representative cannot actually be present during the interview. 4. This Office will contact the former employees and advise them of the purpose of the DOJ interview and of the availability of an Agency (OGC) representative. It is requested that you so advise the current employees of your Directorate. Scheduling and arrangements for the interviews will be handled by f this Office 25X1 25X1 Assistant General Counsel General Law Division r" z;r 1111 ,x11 -1' Approved For Release 2004/0h/t~":3.6'IQ=1 C1Pl6-M498A000200100024-2 31rr23J74 Address Reply to the Division Indicated and.Refer to Initials and Number GAC : mp 51-16-1132 pprove UNITED STAI'EOS/ DEP.I T1~I 1~140?OQU~Q~,~0~Q0~24-2 .D March 19, 1976 STATINTL Assistant General Counsel Central Intelligence Agency Washington, D. C. 20505 STATINTL Dear STATINTL In connection with the Criminal Division investigation of various matters involving present and former Central Intelligence Agency officers and employees, please assist us with scheduling interviews with the following individuals: Messrs. Andary, Shulman and/or I will conduct the inter- views. Presently employed Agency personnel will be interviewed in the Federal Triangle Building, 315 9th Street, N.W., Washington, D. C., unless it is essential to conduct a particular interview at Langley. Sincerely, G. Allen Carver, Jr., Attorney General Crimes Section Criminal Division Approved For Release 2004/01/15 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000200100024-2 STATINTL Approved For Release 2004/01/15 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000200100024-2 Approved For Release 2004/01/15 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000200100024-2