Bibliography Sheet for Tape #346/347 Aug. 18, 1978 Side 2
SUGGESTED TITLE FOR THIS TAPE
SLA IS CIA, Leo Cherne, Paris, 1975,
Michael Casey, Asia , 1975, Transfer
of "Green Book." Links to Hearst.
THE SLA IS THE CIA, Realist, Summer 1974. Mae Brussell
Tom Davis Books, Box 1107, Aptos, Calif. 95993
CERTIFIED LETTER, MAILED TO RANDOLPH HEARST, No. 701768, Sept. 2, 1975, by Mae Brussell.
Signed by a "Dhlaufub" (can't recognize letters), not Hearst. Allegations: Wayne Lewis, FBI agent provoceteur, was asked to replace DeFreeze 2 weeks before DeFreeze death because "the FBI was going to kill him." Six SLA killed in one fire. "Donald Gray, nephew of Acting, Director FBI Pat Gray, killed Donald DeFreeze, shot in the back, from behind the cottage in Los Angeles." Gray now instructor at FBI Academy, Quantico, VA. Because J.J. Armes was offered $500,000 to find Patty by Sept. 1, 1975, Patty would be brought in by FBI and CIA within three weeks to keep her from getting to others.
ARREST OF PATTY HEARST, EMILY AND WILLIAM HARRIS, September, 1975, was exactly three weeks from that date.
TIME, Sept. 1, 1975, page 21 "J.J. Armes offered $500,000 to find Patty."
BERKELEY BARB, April 19-25, 1974, "IS SLA'S CINQUE THE FIRST BLACK LEE HARVEY OSWALD? Mae Brussell.
Allegations of CIA, Phoenix Program inside USA.
Patsy would have to be killed.
May 17, 1974,
PUBLIC CREMATION, LOS ANGELES, OF SIX SLA MEMBERS, BY LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPT.
Murder of SLA three weeks after my Berkeley article, weeks after Wayne Lewis told "FBI will kill DeFreeze."
Committee for Release of Patricia Hearst
P.O. Box 228
Westchester, Illinois, 60153.
Calif. Committee to Free Patty Hearst, write for petitions.
Frances E. Clements Father Edward Dumke 1802 Foxworthy Ave. P.O. Box 3370 San Jose, Calif. 95124 San Mateo, Calif. 94403
MICHAEL CASEY, TRIP TO HONG KONG, EXCUSE, "FIND PATTY HEARST."
Los Angeles Times, July 7, 1975
INTELLIGENCE ADVISER AND "THE GREEN BOOK AFFAIR"
Washington Post Sept. 16, 1976
Leo Cherne, International Rescue Committee
Trip to Europe, 1975, lost spy list in "Paris"
Michael Casey, on trip to Southeast Asia, came home with book.