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HSCA/CIA Blahut Incident, pg 2

 

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20 JULY 1978

CLC # 78-2725

MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD

SUBJECT: CIA SPECIAL WORK AREA IN HSCA OFFICES

1. I SPOKE WITH TED DARBY ON FRIDAY, 14 JULY 1978, ABOUT HIS ASSIGNMENT TO REPLACE THE CIA EMPLOYEE WHO HAD WORKED IN THE HSCA AREA. I MADE THE FOLLOWING POINTS:

 

A. THE ARRANGEMENT THERE HAD EVOLVED FROM WHAT HAD BEEN INTENDED ORIGINALLY AS A TURN-AROUND SERVICE BY THE AGENCY, IN PROVIDING DOCUMENTS FOR USE IN INTERVIEWS, DEPOSITIONS AND HEARINGS BY THE HSCA; THE MATERIAL WAS TO BE RETURNED TO CIA AFTER USE. WHETHER BY DESIGN OR NATURAL CIRCUMSTANCES, THE HSCA INVESTIGATORS TOOK NOTES FROM THOSE DOCUMENTS (THEREBY CREATING WHAT WE CONSIDER CIA-DERIVED MATERIAL) AND MIXED THEM WITH THEIR ANALYSIS IN PREPARATION OF QUESTIONS; WHILE THE RESULTING MATERIAL WAS OF A PROPRIETARY INTEREST TO CIA IT CONTAINED, IN THIS FORM, HSCA ATTITUDES THAT THEY WISH TO SCREEN OFF FROM US. THE ABOVE DEVELOPMENTS OCCURRED WHILE THE HSCA WAS STILL REVIEWING A DRAFT AGREEMENT THAT REPRESENTED WHAT WE HAD UNDERTAKEN TO DO; THAT AGREEMENT WAS NEVER SIGNED BY HSCA.

B. IN TRYING TO FIND A WAY OUT OF THIS SITUATION, AND AT THE SAME TIME PRESENT AN ACCOMMODATING POSTURE, WE HAD CONTINUED THE ARRANGEMENT WHILE DIFFERENT POSSIBLE ARRANGEMENTS WERE CONSIDERED. THE OPERATION APPEARED TO BE PRIMARILY A MECHANICAL ONE, WHICH HAD LED TO A NON-STAFF EMPLOYEE BEING ASSIGNED THE CHORE. IT WAS THIS EMPLOYEE HE WAS REPLACING.

C. THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE AGENCY AND HSCA--WHICH HAS A NUMBER UNATTRACTIVE FEATURES, FROM OUR POINT OF VIEW--PROVIDES THAT NOTES TAKEN AT CIA HEADQUARTERS BY HSAC INVESTIGATORS WOULD BE REDUCED TO "SUMMARIES," WHICH IN TURN WOULD BE SANITIZED AT CIA BEFORE TRANSMITTAL TO THE HSCA AREA FOR FINAL USE IN THE DRAFTING OF REPORTS. THIS SOUNDS FINE IN CONCEPT BUT IS IMPRACTICAL, IN FACT. FURTHER, ALTHOUGH NOT A CONTROLLING CONSIDERATION, IT IMPOSED A SANITIZATION WORK LOAD THAT WE HAD NOT HANDLED WELL. WE HAD BEEN CONSIDERING WITH HSCA TRANSMITTING TO HSCA (FOR RETENTION IN THE SPECIAL CIA WORK AREA THERE) THE NOTES TAKEN AT CIA, IN UNSANITIZED FORM.

D. THUS THERE WOULD BE TWO TYPES OF PAPERS TO BE RETAINED IN THE CIA WORK AREA AT HSCA. THE FIRST OF THESE IS THE PAPER IN THE ORIGINAL BEACHHEAD, AS WE CALL IT: THOSE MEMORANDA OF INTERVIEWS, TRANSCRIPTS OF DEPOSITIONS AND HEARINGS, STENOGRAPHER'S NOTES AND TYPEWRITER RIBBONS (WE HAD REQUESTED THAT THE TYPEWRITER RIBBONS BE DESTROYED AFTER TRANSCRIPTS HAD BEEN PREPARED, AND THAT STENOGRAPHER'S NOTES BE DESTROYED AFTER THE TRANSCRIPTS ARE VERIFIED, TO REDUCE THE SHEER VOLUME OF THIS WHICH MR BLAKEY HAD SAID HE WOULD DO). THE SECOND COLLECTION OF PAPER WILL CONSIST OF THE MATERIAL NOW BEING MOVED TO THE WORK AREA FROM CIA. WE WILL CONTINUE TO PROVIDE DOCUMENTS FOR USE IN HEARINGS, ETC., ON A TURN-AROUND BASIS; HE WILL HAVE TO BABY-SIT THEM WHEN IN USE.

E. THE NEW MATERIAL IS ALL BEING STAPLED INTO SPECIALLY MARKED FOLDERS, COVERED WITH LOG SHEETS; IN ADDITION TO WHICH SPECIALLY MARKED NOTE PAPER (LEGAL TABLETS AND TYPEWRITER PAPER) IS BEING PROVIDED; HSCA PERSONNEL ARE TO BE ALLOWED TO BRING WITH THEM TO THE AREA WORKING PAPERS AND DOCUMENTS OF THEIR OWN, AND REMOVE THEM (NOT THOSE FROM THE SAFE ALREADY THERE) WHEN THEY DEPART. THEY ARE TO BRING [NO] BLANK NOTEPAPER WITH THEM, NOR ARE THEY TO WRITE ON ANYTHING BUT THE SPECIALLY MARKED PAPER PROVIDED IN THE SPECIAL WORK AREA. ALL WRITING ON THESE SPECIALLY MARKED PAPERS WILL REMAIN IN THE WORK AREA WHEN NOT BEING USED, AND WILL NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE AREA. WHEN THE FINAL REPORT IS WRITTEN DRAFTS WILL BE COURIERED TO CIA HEADQUARTERS FOR REVIEW. UPON EVENTUAL COMPLETION OF THE INVESTIGATION ALL THE WORK PAPERS AND INTERMEDIATE DRAFTS WILL BE DESTROYED, THE FINAL REPORT TO SPEAK FOR ITSELF.

F. THE CIA REPRESENTATIVE WILL NOT TAKE ANY INTEREST IN HSCA PAPER OR OTHER MATTERS. THIS SHOULD NOT PRESENT EARLIER PROBLEMS NOW THAT THE NEW CIA WORK AREA IS TO BE SEPARATED FROM THE AREA WHERE THE MORE SENSITIVE MATERIALS OF THE HSCA ARE STORED. THERE SHOULD BE NO INTEREST SHOWN IN THE VARIOUS DRAFTS, ONLY IN ENSURING THAT IT IS SIGNED FOR AN WITHDRAWAL AND ON ITS LOGGING BACK INTO THE SAFE.

G. THERE ARE POSSIBLE PROBLEMS IN THE FACT THAT WE NOW WILL HAVE TWO KINDS OF PAPER HELD IN THE SPECIAL AREA--THE EARLIER PAPER IN SAFES USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THE NEW PAPER MARKED DISTINCTIVELY. WHETHER SOME NEW SYSTEM OF LOGS OR MARKING IS APPROPRIATE I COULD NOT SAY, BUT HE MAY DEVELOP SOME FEELING FOR THIS AFTER HE HAS HAD A CHANCE TO WORK WITH IT.

H. WE COULD NOT SAY WHAT PROBLEM THERE MAY BE IN DESTRUCTION OF PAPER IN THE COURSE OF WORK, BUT THE ASSUMPTION IS THAT SOMETHING REASONABLE COULD BE WORKED OUT; I HAD BEEN TOLD BY MR BLAKEY THAT THERE WERE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THIS.

I. I ALSO MENTIONED THE QUESTION OF FUTURE MAN-POWER REQUIREMENTS, MR BLAKEY HAVING TOLD ME THAT IN THE NEXT WEEK WE MAY HAVE TO MAKE ANOTHER MAN AVAILABLE WHEN THE HSCA PEOPLE START WORKING LONGER HOURS AND WEEKS. HOPEFULLY, THEY WOULD PROVIDE SUFFICIENT LEAD TIME FOR US TO ARRANGE THIS WITHOUT DIFFICULTY.

2. THIS IS MORE IN THE NATURE OF A DESCRIPTION OF THE ARRANGEMENTS, AND HOW THEY HAVE DEVELOPED, THAN A SET OF FIRM INSTRUCTIONS. DARBY IS AN INTELLIGENT PROFESSIONAL, AND WE WILL HAVE TO DEPEND ON HIM TO A GREAT EXTENT. IT MAY BE USEFUL TO HAVE ADDITIONAL ADVICE FROM THE OFFICE OF SECURITY.

S.D. BRECKINRIDGE

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21 JULY 1978

MEMORANDUM FOR: PRINCIPAL COORDINATOR, HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS

FROM: SIDNEY D STEMBRIDGE, ACTING DIRECTOR OF SECURITY

SUBJECT: HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS (INTERNAL INVESTIGATION CONCERNING JFK AUTOPSY PHOTOGRAPHS)

1. DURING A MEETING WITH MR ROBERT BLAKEY, STAFF DIRECTOR, HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS ON 17 JULY 1978 ATTENDED BY MR HAVILAND SMITH, SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE DDCI AND MR ROBERT W GAMBINO, DIRECTOR OF SECURITY, MR BLAKEY MADE CERTAIN SPECIFIC REQUESTS OF MR GAMBINO. IT WAS MR BLAKEY'S DESIRE THAT THE OFFICE OF SECURITY CONDUCT A SECOND POLYGRAPH EXAMINATION OF MR REGIS BLAHUT TO DETERMINE POLYGRAPHICALLY WHETHER OR NOT MR BLAHUT HAD DROPPED THE BOOK CONTAINING THE PHOTOGRAPHS THEREBY CAUSING THE PAGES TO BE RIPPED FROM THE BINDER. IN ADDITION MR BLAKEY DESIRED A STATEMENT FROM ALL AGENCY OFFICERS WHO WERE IN THE COMMAND CHAIN OF MR BLAHUT AFTER THEY HAD BEEN NOTIFIED THAT HE WAS TO BE INTERVIEWED BY THE COMMITTEE CONCERNING THE JFK PHOTOGRAPHS.

2. THE RESULTS OF THE SECOND POLYGRAPH AND STATEMENTS FROM THOSE OFFICERS WHO WERE IN THE COMMAND CHAIN ARE ATTACHED FOR MR BLAKEY'S USE. IT WOULD BE APPRECIATED IF YOU, AS THE PRINCIPAL COORDINATOR TO THE HSCA, WOULD FORWARD THIS DATA TO MR BLAKEY.

SIDNEY D STEMBRIDGE

 


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28 JULY 1978

MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD

SUBJECT: OFFICE OF SECURITY EMPLOYEE FORMERLY DETAILED TO HSCA

1. UPON THE EXPRESSION OF INTEREST BY THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF SECURITY I PHONED MR BLAKEY AT 12:30 TODAY. HE RETURNED MY CALL AT 1500. I TOLD HIM THAT THE OFFICE OF SECURITY WANTED TO KNOW IF HE WISHED SOME FURTHER FOLLOW-UP ON THE INVESTIGATION FOLLOWING THE INCIDENT WITH THE AGENCY EMPLOYEE DETAILED TO HSCA. I EXPLAINED THAT PERSONNEL ACTION WAS BEING HELD IN ABEYANCE PENDING INFORMATION FROM MR BLAKEY.

2. MR BLAKEY SAID THAT PRACTICALLY EVERYTHING WAS DONE BUT A FINAL ACTION. HE STATED THAT "I SERIOUSLY DOUBT WE WOULD WANT YOU TO DO ANYTHING ELSE." HOWEVER, HE DID WANT TO COME OUT AGAIN AND READ OVER ALL THE PAPERS THAT WE HAD GATHERED ON THIS. HE SAID THAT THE CIA EMPLOYEE CLAIMED THAT THE HSCA PERSONNEL HAD ACCUSED HIM OF BEING A "CIA PLANT". BLAKEY SAID THAT THIS WAS UNTRUE. HE IS VERY CONSCIOUS OF HOW RECORDS MAY APPEAR YEARS FROM NOW AND HE WOULD LIKE TO RESPOND TO SUCH MATERIAL WHERE THERE IS DISAGREEMENT.

THIS IS NOT A HIGH PRIORITY MATTER WITH HIM SO HE WILL NOT BE OUT HERE FOR THIS PURPOSE FOR QUITE SOME TIME, REFERRING TO "WEEKS".

3. HE SAID THAT WE SHOULD NOT HESITATE TO TAKE ANY ACTION THAT SEEMED APPROPRIATE.

S D BRECKINRIDGE

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IG 78-1528

OLC # 78-2246/4

MEMORANDUM FOR: LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL

FROM: JOHN H WALLER - INSPECTOR GENERAL

SUBJECT: INVESTIGATION OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING MR REGIS T BLAHUT'S RESIGNATION

1. AT THE REQUEST OF THE DDA, WE ARE CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING MR BLAHUT'S COMPLAINT ABOUT LOSING HIS JOB. MR BLAHUT HAD APPEALED WHAT HE CONSIDERS TO BE UNDULY SEVERE JUDGEMENT OF HIS ACTIONS AT THE OFFICES OF THE HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS (HCOA). WE ARE [NOT] NOW CONDUCTING AN INVESTIGATION OF MR BLAKEY'S STATED CONCERN THAT MR BLAHUT MIGHT HAVE BEEN SOME SORT OF CIA "PENETRATION" OF THE HCOA.

2. IT IS OUR UNDERSTANDING THAT MR BLAKEY'S CONCERNS HAVE BEEN ADEQUATELY ADDRESSED BY THE OFFICE OF SECURITY'S POLYGRAPH INVESTIGATION OF MR BLAHUT'S ACTIONS AND MOTIVES. BUT, BEFORE WE COMPLETE OUR INVESTIGATION, WE WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR JUDGEMENT AS TO WHETHER MR BLAKEY'S ORIGINAL CONCERNS AS RELATED IN YOUR MEMORANDUM OF 17 JULY 1978 HAVE BEEN LAID TO REST. IT THEY HAVE, WE WILL CONTINUE TO DEAL ONLY WITH THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS OF MR BLAHUT'S RESIGNATION.

JOHN H WALLER

 

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21 AUGUST 1978

MEMORANDUM FOR: JOHN H WALLER - INSPECTOR GENERAL

FROM: THOMAS H WHITE - ACTING LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL

SUBJECT: INVESTIGATION OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING MR REGIS T BLAHUT'S RESIGNATION

 (C) IN RESPONSE TO YOUR MEMORANDUM OF 17 AUGUST 1978 REGARDING MR BLAHUT, ATTACHED IS A MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD WRITTEN BY SCOTT BRECKINRIDGE REGARDING MR BLAKEY'S POSITION ON THIS MATTER. BASED ON SCOTT'S MEMORANDUM, I BELIEVE MR BLAKEY'S ORIGINAL CONCERNS HAVE BEEN LAID TO REST.

THOMAS H WHITE

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DATE: 10 MAY 1979

OLC DAILY SUMMARY EXCERPTS

1. ROBERT BLAKEY, CHIEF COUNSEL AND STAFF DIRECTOR, HSCA, CALLED TO ADVISE THAT GEORGE LARDNER, WASHINGTON POST CORRESPONDENT, WAS INQUIRING ABOUT AN INCIDENT INVOLVING A FORMER AGENCY EMPLOYEE WHO SERVED AS A SECURITY REPRESENTATIVE AT HSCA OFFICES, HOUSE ANNEX #2, SUPERVISING SECURITY ASPECTS OF CIA DOCUMENTS FURNISHED TO THE COMMITTEE AS PART OF THEIR INVESTIGATION. BLAKEY AND CORNWELL INDICATE THAT THEY WILL "NO COMMENT" ALL INQUIRIES BUT THEY COULD NOT SPEAK FOR CHAIRMAN STOKES. (C)

ROBERT BLAKEY, CHIEF COUNSEL AND STAFF DIRECTOR, HSCA, CALLED AT 1330 HOURS, 10 MAY 1979, TO ADVISE THAT GEORGE LARDNER, WASHINGTON POST CORRESPONDENT, WAS INQUIRING ABOUT AN INCIDENT INVOLVING FORMER AGENCY EMPLOYEE REGIS BLAHUT. MR BLAHUT SERVED AS A SECURITY REPRESENTATIVE AT HSCA OFFICE, HOUSE ANNEX #2, SUPERVISING SECURITY ASPECTS OF CIA DOCUMENTS FURNISHED TO THE COMMITTEE AS PART OF THEIR INVESTIGATION. DURING THE COURSE OF HIS SERVICE, MR BLAHUT WAS INVOLVED IN A SENSITIVE INCIDENT INVOLVING THE JFK AUTOPSY PHOTOGRAPHS. SUBSEQUENTLY MR BLAHUT'S EMPLOYMENT WAS TERMINATED.

BLAKEY'S OBSERVATION IS THAT LARDNER HAD ONLY PIECES OF THE FULL STORY. HE ALLOWED AS HOW THE FULL STORY IS KNOW BY DCI, DDCI, CHAIRMAN STOKES, GARY CORNWELL, DEPUTY COUNSEL, AND HIMSELF.

IN TERMS OF SPECIFICS, BLAKEY INDICATED THAT THE POST HAD THE NAME OF TED DARBY AS THE SUCCESSOR TO MR BLAHUT. THE POST WAS INQUIRING AS TO MR BLAHUT'S PREDECESSORS.

BLAKEY AND CORNWELL INDICATE THAT THEY WILL "NO COMMENT" ALL INQUIRES. THEY COULD NOT SPEAK FOR CHAIRMAN STOKES.

* ACCORDING TO FPH'S 17 JULY MFR 7), 2 HSCA SECURITY PEOPLE WERE ALSO AWARE OF INCIDENT.

 


IG 79-0684

 

13 JULY 1979

MEMORANDUM FOR: MR FREDRICK HITZ - LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL

FROM: JOHN H WALLER - INSPECTOR GENERAL

SUBJECT: CALL FROM MR THOMAS LATIMER RE BLAHUT CASE -- 13 JULY 1979

1. ACTION REQUESTED:  NONE; FOR YOUR INFORMATION ONLY.

2. BACKGROUND: ON 13 JULY 1979, MR THOMAS LATIMER, STAFF DIRECTOR OF THE HOUSE PERMANENT SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE, CALLED ME. HE SAID HE HAD A QUESTION WHICH I DID NOT HAVE TO ANSWER IF I DIDN'T FEEL IT APPROPRIATE TO DO SO. THE QUESTION WAS, DID THE IG STAFF INVESTIGATE THE BLAHUT CASE.

3. I RESPONDED THAT I HAD NO OBJECT TO REPLYING. MY STATEMENTS CAN BE SUMMARIZED AS FOLLOWS:

-- THE IG DID NOT INVESTIGATE THE INCIDENT IN WHICH BLAHUT WAS ASSOCIATED.

-- BECAUSE OF THE NATURE OF THE INVESTIGATION, THE NEED FOR A SECURITY-TYPE INVESTIGATION, USING SECURITY INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES, ETC., THE OFFICE OF SECURITY CONDUCTED THE INVESTIGATION IN BEHALF OF CIA. THE ASSASSINATIONS COMMITTEE ALSO, OF COURSE, CONDUCTED ITS INVESTIGATION.

-- HAD THE RESULTS OF THE INVESTIGATIONS INDICATED THAT THE AFFAIR WAS MORE THAN A PERSONAL IMPROPRIETY ON THE PART OF MR BLAHUT, AND THAT THE AGENCY, ITSELF, MIGHT HAVE BEEN INVOLVED, OR HAD THE COMMITTEE CONCLUDED THAT HIS MIGHT HAVE BEEN THE CASE, AND THAT THE OFFICE OF SECURITY WAS WITHHOLDING RELEVANT FACTS, IT WOULD HAVE BEEN APPROPRIATE FOR THE IG STAFF TO CONDUCT AN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION. THIS WAS NOT, HOWEVER, THE CASE. I CITED CONGRESSMAN STOKES' PUBLIC STATEMENTS OF 28 JUNE 1979, EXPRESSING SATISFACTION OF THE AGENCY'S HANDLING OF THE MATTER AND EXPRESSING CONFIDENCE THAT CIA HAD NOT "RIFLED" THE COMMITTEE'S SAFE.

-- I STATED THAT THE IG HAD, HOWEVER, HANDLED A GRIEVANCE FROM MR BLAHUT IN WHICH HE PROTESTED HIS BEING SEPARATED FROM THE AGENCY. THIS DID NOT, HOWEVER, INVOLVE THE EPISODE ITSELF, ONLY THE PUNISHMENT METED OUT FOR HIS ACT.

JOHN H WALLER

 


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ORIGINAL CL BU 055636

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OFFICE OF SECURITY

GENERAL COUNSEL

 

OLC DAILY SUMMARY EXCERPTS

3. ROBERT BLAKEY, FORMER HSCA STAFF DIRECTOR, CALLED TO REQUEST SECURITY ASSISTANCE. BLAKEY WAS CLEANING OUT HIS OFFICE AND CAME ACROSS SEVERAL PAPERS WHICH HE CONSIDERED SENSITIVE INFORMATION. HE HAD PLACED ALL OF THESE PAPERS IN A BURN BAG AND REQUESTED THAT WE DISPOSE OF THE BURN BAG. OFFICE OF SECURITY ASSISTED. (U)

 

 


OLC JOURNAL NOTE

14 AUGUST 1979

OLC NO 79-

HILL CONTACT : STANLEY BRAND, GENERAL COUNSEL 225-7000

COMMITTEE/MEMBER: CLERK'S OFFICE, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

SUBJECT: INQUIRES CONCERNING HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS

ACTION OFFICER: MECKSTEIN

SUMMARY: SEVERAL INQUIRES HAVE COME IN TO THE INFORMATION & PRIVACY DIVISION CONCERNING THE BLAHUT INCIDENT IN CONNECTION WITH HIS DUTIES AS O/S ESCORT OFFICER. MR BLAHUT LOOKED AT PHOTOS IN THE COMMITTEE'S FILES THAT HE WAS NOT AUTHORIZED TO SEE. SOME OF THE QUESTIONS COMING IN SHOULD PROPERLY BE ANSWERED BY THE COMMITTEE, NOT CIA.

ACTION ITEMS: I CALLED AND DISCUSSED WITH STAN BRAND SOME OF THE QUERIES THE AGENCY IS RECEIVING, AND SINCE HIS OFFICE HAS CUSTODY OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE'S FILES, WE FEEL SOME OF THE QUESTIONS SHOULD BE REFERRED TO THE CLERK'S OFFICE. HE AGREED AND ASKED THAT WE USE THE NAME OF BENJAMIN J GUTHRIE, ASST. TO THE CLERK, AS THE POINT OF CONTACT AND REFERENCE TO INQUIRES.

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