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Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 SESSION INFORMATION A. TARGET DATA: Task/Target No. 93-iS3-~ Session No. 01 8. PERSONNEL DATA: Source No. 049 C. Monitor's No. Beacon/Sender No. SESSION DATA: NA NA Date Task Received 27 JAN 93 Session Date Start Time " 1348 Stop Time 1430 Method Used Aids/Distractions (PIs) Pre-session Hunches (AVs) Date Summary Returned CRV Decision None 27 JAN 93 uncertainties D. EVALUATION DATA: E. viewer's Estimate Evaluator's Estimate SESSION SUMMARY: The current location of the vehicle and the target individual is northwest of the incident. The individual is not with the vehicle. This area/vicinity is famous far its rocky features. The individual is currently 5 miles west of the vehicle. The words WINSTON/WALTER and BRIDGETON/BRIGHTON/BUXTON are associated with these specific details. The individual is currently fishing. The abandoned vehicle is parked next to a disused wooden structure (see diagram page i). The structure is partially hidden by dark green bushes, etc. The roof from the structure extends out from the building and partially overhangs the vehicle. A dirt two rut trail runs along side of the building. This trail winds through a heavily wooded area. The structure/vehicle sit .56 or .65 miles from a hardened road (see sketch map pages ii & iii) . The phonetics RAN, RUN & RANDEL are associated with this hardened road. The trail goes around the. top of a small hill and crosses through an area of water or mud. The odd thing about this trail is the dark green vegetation growing on the hump between the ruts. There are at least two intersections on this trail within the vicinity of the structure. Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 The hardened road runs across the top of a large hill or knoll. A church sits near the top of this hill. An area of cement or stone wall lies parallel to the road and cuts into the terrain of the hill in front of the church. The structural portion and the tower section of the church are made of different materials i.e. woad vs. brick, brick vs. wood, stone vs. brick, etc. This hardened road continues past the church and downslope where it crosses aver a stream or moving water. A red, cylindrically shaped object sits near the road and is associated with the water. (Viewer's AOL: why have a water tank near a stream?) The words ASTON, ASHTON and ASHLEY are associated with the church, the hill and the moving water. This hardened road "feels" like it dead-ends a short distance past the dirt road turn off. There is also an area of exposed wooden support beams along this road. They feel like a railroad. bridge or shoring-up timbers for a mine or earth. They occur alang side of the road. A large river is located a distance behind the church. There is a strong impression of water moving over a series of rocky shelves or levels here. 2) Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 : CI Approved For Release 2001/04/02 : E~A-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/0 ~~N~~~ Approved For Release 2001/04/0 ? CIA-RDP96-007898000001-2 L~~ /ZU/~ z S~ ~ pproved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-R 9 -0 98002400490001 ~ ~~ Approved For Release 2001/04/02 : CI -RDP96-007898002400490001-2 ?.. (.,G (.. Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400 9,0001-2 ~;'i ~~ .~; SESSION INFORMATION A. TARGET DATA: Task/Target No. 93-153-P Session No. 02 B. PERSONNEL DATA: Source No. 049 C. Monitor's Na. Beacon/Sender No. SESSION DATA: NA NA Date Task Received 28 JAN 93 Session Date Start Time 1022 Stop Time 1102 Method Used CRV Aids/Distractions (PIs) Concern over status of things Pre-session Hunches (AVs) White supremacist; former military Date Summary Returned 28 JAN 93 D. EVALUATION DATA: Viewer's Estimate Evaluator's Estimate E. SESSION SOMMARY: Two objects were perceived during this session (see diagrams). The first is a black metallic object. It is within a satchel-type bag which is filled with some sort of gray-brown granular substance. The object has screw-type ends which attach to another object. The terms EAGLE NEST, EAGLE CLAW and CLOSED CLAW are associated with this scene. There is a list of five targets; the names are typewritten. These were perceived to be: 1. C.I.A. 2. D.M.I. (?) 3. Some sort of military affiliated place or location 4. Kensington (Group?) The target is somewhere around the Smithsonian area in D.C. today. He is sitting in a red, two-door sports car reminiscent of a Firebird, Z-28 or Camero. He is watching across the street. It feels like Constitution Avenue looking north; the area east of the White House and north of the Smithsonian. He is looking at a similar M.O. However, he doesn't like the layout of the location. He is stable enough to know when there is a good get-away scenario and when there isn't. He is disciplined, calculating and analytical. He has a lot of anger and is obsessed Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 'Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 with plotting, plotting, plotting. He is frustrated; his frustration level is through the "roof". This is somehow assoa~ated with the Persian Gulf. I perceived a-----sense-that he ___ considers his actions "divinely directed", whatever that implies. He has a grudge and a personal score to settle. As far as additional involved personnel, I perceived only the impression of "shadow" figures with an AOL of high-level government related individual(s). He has several types of weapons; one of which has a long barrel with a large tube on top (reminiscent of a sniper rifle with scope). He has a bound group of cube-shaped objects (see diagram). I picked up that he has had some form of formal training; either military, paramilitary or,self taught. He is real confident in his abilities and real coal. He doesn't plan on getting caught. Intention to lay low for 10-14 days, during which time he will just be watching and surveilling. He has a regular job which involves physical work of lifting and moving objects. He wears black gloves while working. .There are stacks of objects around him with a roller-type conveyor system in front of him. After hours, I perceive him shooting pool but not in a bar per se. The location is more reminiscent of an old-fashioned pool hall. He is involved with taking care of or raising animals; maybe rabbits or dogs. However, I got the clear impression of a large snake eating a rabbit. I also perceived a small white house with an exterior fuel tank (reminiscent of an old style oil tank) next to the structure. /~'~^- ~ c+.~.~. ~' " (~ ~-a w.~.k-Q G.~ ~r ~ ' ~ ~ ~ , ~ Ise +c.,~s~-d 5~ c..~~-~ ~,. ~"'~" U ---- -~ ~ ~^- L? ~ ~ a.~~oc.,.-.,.-~-~,-~ . (~,,. Gv~' Ste' ~ cif`'' ~1~'~,,,"'~` .,~ G-~'h ~ C-~-a- . Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 ?Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 C S App~rove~i,For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Review 025 ----No further criminal action taken by gunman. ----A friend will divulge necessary info to apprehend him. ----This incident is associated with the Persian Gulf. ----The rifle leads to the killer. ----He may have money to help him travel. May be paid by terrorists. 072 ----Gunman wore a brown military-type jacket. ----Drove a brown/yellow station wagon. ----Also drove a small white truck (for work). Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-~ SESSION INFORMATION A. TARGET DATA: Task/Target Na. 93-153-P 8. Session No. PERSONNEL DATA: 03 Source No. 049 C. Monitor's No. Beacon/bender No. SESSION DATA: NA NA Date Task Received 4 FEB 93 Session Date 4 FEB 93 Start Time 1430 Stop Time 1507 Method Used , Aids/Distractions (PIs) Pre-session Hunches (AVs) Date Summary Returned ERV None None 4 FEB 93 D. EVALUATION DATA: E. Viewer's Estimate : Evaluator's Estimate : SESSION SUMMARY: Not much with this session. However, the word MITCHELTOWN or MARSHALTOWN feels currently important. I feel a real shut down as far as the target is concerned. It's almost as if he is in a somewhat catatonic state. I don't sense much movement from him right now. He "feels" frozen. Did not pick up on any near future stuff. It feels as if the enormity of what has happened is cascading down upon him. Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 TASKING SHEET SOURCE NO? C~ DATE: 4 FEB 93 SUSPENSE: 4 FEB 93 1500 hrs 1. PROJECT NUMBER: 93-153-P 2. METHOD/TECHNIQUE: Method of choice. 3. BACKGROUND: ----The taraet personality remains the gunman who killed twa men and iniured three others during the 25 Jan 93 shooting outside the Langley Park entrance to the CIA. ----Your sessions of 27 and 28 Jan 93 are available for review upon request. 4. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF INFORMATION: ----Describe the nature of the target personality's current and near-term activities. 5. COMMENTS? ----Optional Coordinates remain: 550189/263386 Approved For Release 2001/04/02 :CIA-RDP96-007898002400490001-2 CPYRGHT iLAMSI Gtt1iU~~tyt~~+~ t Approved For Release ates in the case of MirAimal Kansi, who police say killed two men and wou~aded three others otctside the CIA's fangley headquarters: Oct. 2,1964: Kansi is born in the provincial capital of Quetta, Pakistan. March 3,1991: He enters the United States through John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. Feb. 3,1992: Kansi applies for asylum in the United States. Feb. 12: The Immigration and Naturalization Service grants Kansi aone- ytarwork permit. Tl~ough it vaas renewable, Kansi never apolied for renewal. Jan. 16, 1993: Kansi buys a Beretta .25-caliber semiautomatic pistol, an East German Makarov 9mm semiautomatic pistol and a Colt AR-15 .223-caliber assault rifle at David Condon Guns in Chantilly. lan. 22: Kansi buys aChinese-made Norinco AK-47-type assault rifle and ammunition at the Chantilly gun store, trading in the,AR-15. Jan. 25: Five people are shot, two fatally, while sitting in cars at a traffic light outside CIA headquarters in Langley. Jan. 26: A man police believe was Kansi flew from Washington to Pakistan Jan. 28: Kansi's roommate, Zahed Mir, reports Kansi missing to Fairfax police. Mir tells. police he last saw Kansi on the day of the shootings Jan. 30: Kansi calls Mir to say that he will not be returning to their Reston apartment and that someone will come for his belongings. Feb. 6: Mir again calls police and tells them he believes Kansi may have been involved in the shootings. Mir's was among about 2,500 tips police received during the investigation. Feb. $: Police search the Reston apartment. They find an AK-47-type rifle and several other weapons. A jacket and pants fitting witnesses' descriptions of what the gunman wore also are found. Shards of glass are on some of the clothes; car windows were shot out at the CIA. Feb. 9: Authorities announce that ballistics tests show Kansi's AK-47 rifle is the weapon used in the shootings and that Kansi has been charged with capital murder. Feb. 10: Manhunt spreads worldwide for Kansi. ings, particularly because he seemed search warrant, investigators found so quiet and reserved. "We're an Chinese-made AK-47-style rifle shocked," he said. "You picture some under the couch in the apartment Mir kind of animal of a person. This guy is and Kansi shared. They also found a [apparently the opposite." , suitcase loaded with bullets and 11 1__~ m9rtOO1f1PC fnr the assault weapon, Kansi uvea m tcesr.~x-. nis ~~?11,- yesterday, law enforcement offi- cta s s r sou after the CIA shootings, has been s ootmgs, ocusm tive rovince of Baluchistan, where p e ally regar e p at the subsidized complex rent for ressed b the federal government, m .ter ... cPcya ., ...l,..t}. rinnnnrlinn p y e~~~ned~tfdfri a~r~fi c '~-OOii7e8r~1+~0~4Qr#?~~~?n- es as op- ir eo d d th aH ?~sueg mai o~ palaenn oq~ uro~; 1[eo e p: ~pezd ples ?pa, . s,ue~sl~{ed pie autos sad~i~oa -;ns ples aq Liar ~ratlaoue aq !lr ~suie~e sa8zeq het{t pau.taouo: pamarnxa~u~ a: ?sp: ~eqt sdogs ~a~ cuetsl~{ed se Ila aye aaayt a.taq tq anal ~(ueW ?{ -un leaii~lod p? splayed her sl st, whether sh in 1 in each case a attack occ} Fingerp~~t~d For ~ ?To 13e an AK-47 Grlass Found on Car, Shell Casing ING, From Al our leads as being eliminated at this point." Sources said yesterday that the fingerprints will be most useful if the.; are of sufficient quality to use in a computer screening process, if they are indeed those of the gun- man and if the gunman has been arrested for a felony. The FBI has on its computer only the prints of people arrested for felonies. Mil- lions of others exist in paper files, which must be searched by hand. The CIA has planned a memorial service at its headquarters today for Lansing H. Bennett, 6fi, of Eies- ton, a physician and intelligence analyst, and Frank Darling, 28, of Reston, who worked in covert op- erations. Security was especially tight again yesterday at all en- *,rancesrn the rn~n;,l~~~?; , ;~,?~ ;i;; :a;r.i. Bennett and Darling were iii their cars at a stoplight on Dolley adison Boulevard (Route 123), reparing to turn into the CIA en- rance, when the gunman suddenly merged from a car and opened fire hortly before 8 a.m. Monday. Two ther CIA employees, Nicholas tarr, 60, and Calvin Morgan, 61, ere wounded. They continued to how improvement at Fairfax Hos- ital, where their conditions were pgraded yesterday to fair. The third injured man, Stephen . Williams, who was treated for uperficial wounds and released onday, works for a CIA contrac- or. All were stopped at the light. Franklin said police now believe he gunman stopped his car-de- cribed as a dark, medium-sized utomobile-directly behind Ben- ett's Saab in one of the turn lanes. fter the shooting, witnesses said, e maneuvered the car past Ben- ett's and continued east on Route 23. Then he vanished, leaving be- ind the victims and dozens of wit- esses, many too shocked to recall etails. Police found at least seven shell asings near the cars, icicluding at ast one that yielded a fingerprint, ources said. 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