Intelligence activities, Senate resolution 21; hearings before the Select committee to study governmental operations with respect to intelligence activites. Volume 1, unauthorized storage of toxic agents, September 16, 17, and 18, 1975. Printed for the use of the Select committee. ninety-fourth congress first session United States. Senate.

Intelligence activities, Senate resolution 21; hearings before the Select committee to study governmental operations with respect to intelligence activites. Volume 1, unauthorized storage of toxic agents, September 16, 17, and 18, 1975. Printed for the use of the Select committee..

Washington, D. C: GPO, 1975. iv, 245p., illustrated with documents in facsimile, first issue green Senate wraps, 9 x 5.75 inches, spine panel is faintly sunned. A nice fresh copy.

This was the lead-in effort by the Church committed to FIND THINGS OUT. He and some others of the committee (and some of their staff) pushed hard enough to telegraph to the CIA that it was going to have to pony up topics more important than stockpiles of poison.. Find here testimony and prepared statements of William Colby, Richard Helms, E. Schantz (Univ Wisc. / DoD), C. Senseney (DoD, Special Ops at Fort Detrick), R. Andrews (advisor to Defense lawyers), find also mention of Karamessines, MKNAOMI, Gottlieb, contamination of the NY subways, US Army aerosols, &c... But the BIG topic is SHELLFISH TOXIN, storage of which by CIA was illegal. This poison was the "safest" topic to discuss and therefore the only biological agent or program to be discussed at length. Other volumes in the series (five vols "Hearings," six or seven "Supplementary" vols) broach the murders and the broader distortions.

Cat.No: 89034

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