Iran-Contra Investigation: Joint Hearings Before the Senate Select Committee on Secret Military Assistance to Iran and the Nicaraguan Opposition and the House Select Committee to Investigate Covert Arms Transactions with Iran, One Hundredth Congress, First Session, Volym 8–20

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Ledeen Visit to Israel Dated June 5 1985
494
Ghorbanifar Dated July 13 1985
503
GPS10 Reply by Shultz to McFarlane Message Dated July 14 1985 GPS11 Talking Points for Deputy Secretary Whiteheads Trip to Middle
511
HAWK Shipment Dated November 22 1985
519
GPS16 Talking Points for Shultz Dated December 7 1985
523
Dropping Enterprise Dated December
531
May 6 1986
537
NSPG Meeting
543
News Article on Norths
550
Dated July 29 1986
557
Iran Dated November 10 1986
569
Sending Findings Out
586
GPS43 Memo of Conversation with Sofaer and Poindexter Dated Novem
600
Press Conference
605
GPS46A Notes by Cooper of Interview by Meese with Shultz Dated Novem
611
GPS47 Memo from Armacost to Shultz on Iranian Intermediaries Dated
619
GPS48 Memo from Ambassador Kelly to Platt Dated December 10 1986
625
Meeting with Second Channel Dated
632
NinePoint Agenda Dated Decem
640
GPS54 Draft NSDD Prepared by State Department Dated December 1986
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667
675
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675
GPS81 Channell Group Documents 1055 Aisha GPS82 Prodemca Documents
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GPS83 Payments to Frank Gomez and Richard Miller
1109
GPS84 Payments to Martin L Artiano and David C Fischer
1110
GPS85 Payments to Carl R Channell and Daniel L Conrad
1111
GPS86 Summary of IBC Account from January 1985 to January 1987
1112
GPS88 Summary of Miller Communications Account from February 1986 to December 1986
1116
GPS89 Summary of Gomez International Account from April 1986 to De cember 1986
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GPS90 Channell Group Operations1985
1118
GPS91 Channell Group Operations1986 GPS92 Department of State Inspector Generals Report on International
1119
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1123
IV
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GPS60 Not identified at this time
1134
D
1135
Timing
1149
EM7 Memorandum from North to Poindexter Dated January 4 1986 and January 6 1986 Finding
1226
EM8 Various Calendars of Week Beginning January 6 1986
1233
EM9 Finding Dated January 17 1986
1236
EM10 Letter to Casey from William French Smith Dated October 5 1981
1240
EM11 Congressional RecordSenate Dated June 3 1980
1241
EM12 FBI Memo of SAT Investigation
1250
EM13 Letter to Meese from Majority of the Democratic Members of the House Committee on the Judiciary Dated October 17 1986
1254
SAT Investigation Dated October 31 1986
1256
Congressional Request for Independent Counsel Dated November 14 1986
1257
Norths Involvement in Central America Dated July 21 1986
1259
EM17 Not available at time of publication EM18 Not available at time of publication EM19 Handwritten Notes of Alton Keel of November 10 1986 ...
1261
SAT Investigation Dated November 12 1986
1270
EM21 Notes of National Security Briefing of Congressional Leaders Dated November 12 1986
1271
EM22 Presidential Documents Volume 22Number 46 pages 15491572
1274
EM23 Legal Memorandum for the Attorney General from Charles Cooper Circa November 13 1986
1278
SAT Iran Arms Situation and Michael Ledeen Dated 14 November 1986
1285
EM26 Not available at time of publication EM27 NSC Chronology Dated November 17 1986 2000
1286
Iran Arms Sales and Contra Inquiries Dated November 18 1986
1298
EM29 NSC Chronology Dated November 18 1986 1930
1299
Wallison and Briefing of RR on Iran Arms Sales Dated November 19 1986
1313
Briefing of RR Dated November 19 1986
1314
EM32 Presidential Documents Volume 22Number 47 Pages 15731598
1315
EM49 Meese Notes of NSPG Meeting Dated November 24 1986
1429
EM56 Meese Notes Dated November 25 1986 Regarding Call from Peres
1476
EM59 Letter to Durenberger from Philip T White Dated December
1490
EM60 Excerpts of Testimony of Attorney General Meese pages 1317
1510
EM62 Not identified at this time
1519
EYt4 Not available at time of publication
1525
EM70 Memorandum for the Attorney General from Charles Cooper
1546
GPS80 Meeting Attendees Listed on NSC Stationery
1554
EM71 Extract from NSDD 159 Dated January 18 1985
1573
EM14 Attorney Generals Schedule for January 6 1986
1580
EM76 Letter from Edwin Meese to Philip Mabry Dated November 15 1983
1585
789
1619
946
1626
Edwin Meese III
1660

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