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The Rockefeller Commission: The U.S. President's Commission on CIA Activities within the United States By U.S. Government
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President Gerald R. Ford created the Commission on CIA Activities within the United States on January 4, 1975. He directed the Commission to determine whether any domestic CIA activities exceeded the... More > Agency's statutory authority and to make appropriate recommendations. The findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the Commission are presented in this volume, detailed with full background on CIA domestic activities and alleged plans to assassinate certain foreign leaders. Charges that the CIA conducted illegal activities within the United States violating the rights of private citizens aroused great concern. President Ford appointed the members of the Commission and designated Nelson A. Rockefeller, the Vice President of the United States and former Governor of New York, as Chairman.< Less
The CIA Family Jewels: Illegal Domestic Activities and Covert Operations By U.S. Government
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The Family Jewels is the common name given to a set of reports that details activities conducted by the United States Central Intelligence Agency. Considered illegal or inappropriate, these actions... More > were conducted over the span of decades, from the 1950s to the mid-1970s. William Colby, who was the CIA director in the mid-1970s and helped in the compilation of the reports, dubbed them the "skeletons" in the CIA's closet. The issues included confinement of a KGB defector, wiretapping and surveillance of journalists, break-ins at former CIA employees' homes and defectors, mail opening, assassination plots, mind control experiments, and illegal domestic surveillance.< Less
The Rockefeller Commission: The U.S. President's Commission on CIA Activities within the United States By U.S. Government
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President Gerald R. Ford created the Commission on CIA Activities within the United States on January 4, 1975. He directed the Commission to determine whether any domestic CIA activities exceeded the... More > Agency's statutory authority and to make appropriate recommendations. The findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the Commission are presented in this volume, detailed with full background on CIA domestic activities and alleged plans to assassinate certain foreign leaders. Charges that the CIA conducted illegal activities within the United States violating the rights of private citizens aroused great concern. President Ford appointed the members of the Commission and designated Nelson A. Rockefeller, the Vice President of the United States and former Governor of New York, as Chairman.< Less
The CIA Family Jewels: Illegal Domestic Activities and Covert Operations By U.S. Government
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The Family Jewels is the common name given to a set of reports that details activities conducted by the United States Central Intelligence Agency. Considered illegal or inappropriate, these actions... More > were conducted over the span of decades, from the 1950s to the mid-1970s. William Colby, who was the CIA director in the mid-1970s and helped in the compilation of the reports, dubbed them the "skeletons" in the CIA's closet. The issues included confinement of a KGB defector, wiretapping and surveillance of journalists, break-ins at former CIA employees' homes and defectors, mail opening, assassination plots, mind control experiments, and illegal domestic surveillance.< Less

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