Skip to content

Judicial Watch • Edward Kennedy Docs 09082010

Edward Kennedy Docs 09082010

Edward Kennedy Docs 09082010

Page 1: Edward Kennedy Docs 09082010

Category:General

Number of Pages:26

Date Created:September 7, 2010

Date Uploaded to the Library:February 20, 2014

Tags:09082010, Docs, kennedy, edward


File Scanned for Malware

Donate now to keep these documents public!

  • demand_answers

See Generated Text   ˅

Autogenerated text from PDF

Washington, D.C. 20535 
September 
MR. MICHAEL BEKESHA JUDICIAL WATCH SUITE 800 425 THIRD STREET, SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON, 20024 
Subject: KENNEDY, EDWARD MOORE/ JUDICIAL WATCH 
FOIPA No. 1147676-000 
Dear Mr. Bekesha: 
The enclosed documents were reviewed under the Freedom Information/Privacy Acts (FOIPA), Title United States Code, Section 552/552a. Deletions have been made protect information which exempt from disclosure, with the appropriate exemptions noted the page next the excision. addition, deleted page information sheet was inserted the file indicate where pages were withheld entirely. The exemptions used withhold information are marked below and explained the enclosed Form OPCA-16a: 
Section 552 	Section 552a 
(b)(1) 	D(b)(7)(A) D(d)(5) 
D(b)(2) 	D(b)(7)(B) DU)(2) 
(b)(7)(C) 	D(k)(1) 
D(b)(7)(D) 	D(k)(2) 
D(b)(7)(E) 	D(k)(3) 
D(b)(7)(F) 	D(k)(4) 
D(b)(4) 	D(b)(8) D(k)(5) 
D(b)(5) 	D(b)(9) D(k)(6) 
(b)(6) 	D(k)(7) 	pages were reviewed and pages are being released. 	Document(s) were located which originated with, contained information concerning other Government agency(ies) [OGA]. This information has been: 	referred the OGA for review and direct response you. 	referred the OGA for consultation. The FBI will correspond with you regarding this information when the consultation finished. 

You have the right appeal any denials this release. Appeals should directed writing the 
Director, Office Information Policy, U.S. Department Justice,1425 New York Ave., NW, 
Suite 11050, Washington, D.C. 20530-0001. Your appeal must received OIP within sixty (60) 
daysfrom the date this letter order considered timely. The envelope and the letter should 
clearlymarked "Freedom Information Appeal." Please cite the FOIPA Number assigned your 
request that may easily identified. 

when ident, references usually contain information similar the information processed the main file(s). Because our significant backlog, have given priority processing only the main investigative file(s). you want the references, you must submit separate request for them writing, and they will reviewed later date, time and resources permit. 
l:?:!l See additional information which follows. 
Sincerely yours, 

David Hardy 
Section Chief 
Record/Information 
Dissemination Section 
Records Management Division 
Enclosures response your specific, negotiated Freedom Information Act (FOIA) request submitted Records Management, enclosed processed copy referrals concerning other government agencies (OGA) concerning your request for information subject: Kennedy, Edward Moore. The OGA are: U.S. Department the Army, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, U.S. Department the Navy, U.S. Department State, U.S. Department Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement. This release referred material partial one, and you will informed when release further referred documents will occur. 
The decision withhold information originating with the U.S. Department Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency was made Catrina Pavlik-Keenan, Initial Denial Authority. You have right appeal the withholding determination. Should you wish so, you must send your appeal and copy this letter, within days the date this letter, to: Associate General Counsel (General Law), U.S. Department Homeland Security, Washington, D.C. 20528, following the procedures outlined the OHS regulations C.F.R.  
5.9. Your envelope and letter should marked "FOIA Appeal." Copies the FOIA and OHS regulations are available 

Please refer case number 201 OFOIA4987. 
The decision withhold information originating with the U.S. Department the Navy was made the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. You have right appeal the withholding determination. Should you wish so, you must send your appeal and copy this letter, within days the date this letter, the Office the Judge Advocate General (Code 14), Department the Navy, 1322 Patterson Avenue, SE, Suite 3000, Washington, Navy Yard, D.C. 20374-5066. The request should provide statement regarding why the appeal should granted. Your envelope and letter should marked "Freedom Information Act Appeal." Please refer case number 5720 F10-902 SEROOLJF/10U1625. 
The decision withhold information originating with the U.S. Department the Army was made Major General Mary Legere, Commander, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, Initial Denial Authority. You have right appeal the withholding determination. Should you wish so, you must send your appeal and copy this letter, within days the date this letter, to: U.S. Department the my, United States Army Intelligence and Security Command, Freedom Information/Privacy Office, Fort George Meade, Maryland 20755-5995. The request should provide statement regarding why the appeal should granted. Your envelope and letter should marked "Freedom Information Act Appeal." Please refer case number 4516F-10. 
EXPLANATION EXEMPTIONS  
SUBSECTIONS TITLE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 552  (A) specifically authorized under criteria established Executive order kept secret the interest national defense foreign policy and (B) are fact properly classified such Executive order; )(2)  related solely the internal personnel rules and practices agency;  
(b)(3)  specifically exempted from disclosure statute (other than section 552b this title), provided that such statute(A) requires that the matters withheld from the public such manner leave discretion issue, (B) establishes particular criteria for withholding refers particular types matters withheld;  
(b)(4)  trade secrets and commercial financial information obtained from person and privileged confidential;  
(b)(5)  inter-agency intra-agency memorandums letters which would not available law party other than agency litigation with the agency;  
(b)(6)  personnel and medical files and similar files the disclosure which would constitute clearly unwarranted invasion personal privacy; )(7)  records information compiled for law enforcement purposes, but only the extent that the production such law enforcement records information could reasonably expected interfere with enforcement proceedings, would deprive person right fair trial impartial adjudication, could reasonably expected constitute unwarranted invasion personal privacy, could reasonably expected disclose the identity confidential source, including State, local, foreign agency authority any private institution which furnished information confidential basis, and, the case record information compiled criminal law enforcement authority the course criminal investigation, agency conducting lawful national security intelligence investigation, information furnished confidential source, would disclose techniques and procedures for law enforcement investigations prosecutions, would disclose guidelines for law enforcement investigations prosecutions such disclosure could reasonably expected risk circumvention the law, could reasonably expected endanger the life physical safety any individual;  
(b)(8)  contained related examination, operating, condition reports prepared by, behalf of, for the use agency responsible for the regulation supervision financial institutions;  
(b)(9)  geological and geophysical information and data, including maps, concerning wells.  
SUBSECTIONS TITLE UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 552a d)(  information compiled reasonable anticipation civil action proceeding;  
0)(2)  material reporting investigative efforts pertaining the enforcement criminal law including efforts prevent, control, reduce crime apprehend criminals;  
(k)(  information which currently and properly classified pursuant Executive order the interest the national defense foreign policy, for example, information involving intelligence sources methods;  
(k)(2)  investigatory material compiled for law enforcement purposes, other than criminal, which did not result loss right, benefit privilege under Federal programs, which would identify source who furnished information pursuant promise that his/her identity would held confidence;  
(k)(3)  material maintained connection with providing protective services the President the United States any other individual pursuant the authority Title 18, United States Code, Section 3056;  
(k)(4)  required statute maintained and used solely statistical records;  
(k)(5)  investigatory material compiled solely for the purpose determining suitability, eligibility, qualifications for Federal civilian employment for access classified information, the disclosure which would reveal the identity the person who furnished information pursuant promise that his/her identity would held confidence;  
(k)(6)  testing examination material used determine individual qualifications for appointment promotion Federal Government service the release which would compromise the testing examination process;  
(k)(7)  material used determine potential for promotion the armed services, the disclosure which would reveal the identity the person who furnished the material pursuant promise that his/her identity would held confidence. FBI/DOJ  

FBI 
Date: 5/17/67 

To: Director, FBI 
From: SAC, Norfolk (100-5975) 

VISIT PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON AND MRS. JOHN KENNEDY AND 
FAMILY NEWPORT NEWS, VA., 5/27/67 "''
... ": 5/27/67 the aircraft carr ier "John Kennedy11 wi]..l 
launched Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., 
Newport News7 Va. According press sou rces the President, 
Mrs. JOHN KENNEDY and two children, and Senators 
ROBERT KENNEDY and EDWAR are att end ...1 GEORGE HUMPHRIES, NISO, Norfolk, advised this 
date that 5/18/67 Undersecretary the Navy ROBERT 
BALDWIN will arrive Patrick Henry Airport, Newport News, 
from Washington, D.c. J1r. BALDWIN, along with Rear 
Admipal REYNOLD HOGLE, Commandant 5th Naval District,
will survey the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co.
area for helicopter land ing facilities connection with the ' 
arrival the President and Mrs. KENNEDY. further indicated
that the Navy sett ing point contact for the arrival per FBI the Pesident, indicate that has received any b7c information the arrival the President and Mrs. KENNEDY from Secret Service, Norfolk. 
- 
-$$' 70- request for assistance fro Secret has  
been received this date. Above for information, and 
Bureau will kept advised. 

ifcn''-RrfCO'Rom= 
i40 MAY Z?r 1987(RM): ;.'l:l! 
(:!;. ea._; 100-5975, 62-76) 
CGC:JGS ::. ..i.... 

..( ;;.. , SENATOR KENNEDYS FOREIGN POLICY ADVISOR SODERBERG INFORMS THAT THE SENATOR vJILL VISIT FRANKFURT AND BONN NOVf:M8ER 14-15. THE PLAN I.S FLY INTO BONN (FROM WARSAW, APPARENTLY), ARRIVING APPROXIMATELY 1700 NOVEMBER 14, 
FRANKFURT, HERE EXPECTS HAVE DINNER WITH SMALL GROUP CONT ACTS AND MAKE SPEECH THI;: FOLLOWING MORNING. WILL THEN ROfORCADE ONWARD SONN FOR MEETINGS THERE. 
DEPARTURE FROM BONN/KOLN A!RPGRT .NOVEMBER 0710, FROM THERE ONWARD PRAGUE VIA FRANKFURT. HAVE BLOCKE OUT HOTEL lOOMS OTH BONN AND' FRANKFURT PER SODERBERG$ REQUIRMENTS EXPRESSED RECENT TELCON . BEFORE PROCEeDING FORMALLY JEQUEST MEETrNGS WITH GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS ANO SET JTHE EVENTS, HOWEVER,, PERHAPS THE Ol;PARTMENT LHl COtlLD SEEK CONFIM THE SENATOR'S PtANS AND ANNOUNCE THE VISIT. 
LIMitEO OFFICIAL 

f 
LIMITED OFFICIAL USE 
 

WALTERS 
IMITEO OFFICIAL USE 

NNNN 
0095 00134/267 Pll 2670512 

.... ... '"' ... LIMITED OFFICIAL USE 

C_0},h,ll'f\CA1ie;.;S SEC110N 
riAV ..J ..,. CTI -03 J'.ELEfYP!:: 
 INFO 
EUR-06 
IS0-00 I0-00, H-,l PA-'2 PRS-01 USifl.-12
OCT-l!Jl 
SCA-01. N'EA-09 INSE-00: NSAE-0e /039
Cifl.E-00 FBIE-00
 . -----'.

F'C'! AMCONSUL LENINGRAD 
v;. 

TO. AMEMBASSY MOSCOW 
-INFO. SCSTATE oJASHDC 467 

LIMITED OF!'ICIAL usE LENINGRAD 434 1162: .(!
TAG INS l_TC
1.-,!;$JEcr, EMl).SSY ..EP-ESENTAT ION r.As.E REsu" LENrnGRAD 
. 

t:t>'PEARED C0.NSEN AND TOLD NSOFF -.ANtHNG PUBL 

PROTEST HER INABILITY OBTAIN SOVIET EXIT PERMISSION FOR 

TRAVEL us.. SHE PROD ucED COPY OF' LETTER SHE .SENDING UNITED NATIONS, INT!RNATIONAL RED CROSS AND PARTY SECRETARY BREZHNEV. LETTER S-fATES SHE AND 12 YEAAR OLD DAUGHTER UNABLE 
OBTAIN EXIT PERMISSION REUNITE WITH HUSBAND CNOW ISRAEU PLANMING THREE-DAY HUNGER STRIKE CONNECT ION >/ITH INTERNATIONAL CHILDRE N'S DAY JUNE SHE ALO Fl.ANNING 
 

PROVIDE COPY LETT.ER .DETAJ:LS HER SITUATION AMERICAN PRESS CORPS MOSCOi! . CDNSOl'F OUTLINED LIKELY ADVERSE REACTIQN SOVIET AUTHORIT IES THIS STEP, BUT SHE Fl.ANS PROCEED REGARDLESS. 
2.. CONSOF'F ALSO GAVE EPELMAN SEALED HND-WRITTEN NOTE HER 

LEH SENATOR KENNEDY DURIG RCnJT VISIT. NOTE THAN}(ED HER FOR LETTERS EXPRESSED SENATOR'S WISH TO. S.E HER SOON US, 

.3. EPEL MAN FLANS CONTACT MOSCOW OJNSOFF STEINER NEAR FUTURE FOR ADD NAL DISCUSSION HER SITUATION. GLEY STEEN
LIMITEDOFFICIAL USE 
(bX E.O. 12958, 25x( 

EXEMPTION CODE 25X(1)
Malonb6 per FBI 

DATE 2-22-10 

J: 
.3)c. 

,,,. 
FROM --.
'"i::::i -,/You may interested the following information which was furnished the Bureau .Agents dring the course the South America assessment survey: 
,:.:.
... 

(S) 

(S) 

,..  .,, Douglas Henderson, State official tima, confdentiallyladvised that Kennedy had made similar requests Peru. Henderson 
-"'-1

descrid Kennedy 
brat. pompous and ' Jes DeLoach

RE: EDWARD "TEDDY" KENNEDY (D} 
SENATOR-ELECT--MASSACHUSETTS 

b69-2-60. The purpose this call was not known; however, noted FBI 
sentenced North Carolina court 11-3-60 two three year sentence for /:"
re

conspiracy and four six year sntence for felonious la,rceny.  
1-24-61 the :Soston SAC advised 
Boston, Massachusetts, had 

interest placing Teddy" the Assistant District Attorney Suffolk had heard statements attributed the President that was not Democratic Party Massachusetts and surmisedconditions

that the President was using this way get "Teddy" into politic$. nct that 11Teddy" 
was swo+n al;l Assistant District Attorney .2-7-6.1. Kennedy indicated wpuld

accept fee and w_ave the remainder his $5, 000 salary. 
b'/C July, 1961, Edward Kennedy made familiarization and orientati.on tour FtJJ Central and South .PJ::nei"n countries. During this tpur, the Mico City Legal Attache 
reported that Kennedy had expressed interest meeting with "Leftists" talk with 
them and determine why they think they do. Kennedy met with number individuals 
known have communist sympathies. While in.Mexico City, Kennedy asked the Aml:>ass:!d:> invite left-wingers the Embassy where could interview them; however, the 
Ambassador interviews were conducted, 

refused and stated that any sl,lch 

all arrang.ements would have. made Kennedy himself. Subsequently, State Depart-1 ment official Lima,
e:ru confidentially .advised that Kennedy had made similar

re.quest Peru and this official descriped Kennedy '1:$ ipompous and spoiled brat. 
(S) August, 1961, confidential source advised that Edwa,rd Kennedy-had 

Lauchlin Bernard Currie,, former White House Aide President llrecently dined With Dr. 
Currie's name had been m:ntioned "'Washiito_n i?vestigations Soyiet spy 

oosevelt.
Currie had recentlyoeen mv1ted the Embassy

rmgs. also noted that Dr. Bogata, Columbia, where Currie presently resides. October, 1961, confidential source .on 
Edward Kennedy was planning .enter politics and 'had retained attorney Boston,
dvisor how obtain P.ortuguese votes 

This source  

the pas'(""indicating subject have been She has reportedly admitted being the fiancee !., head intelligence (Nazi) World War and was allegedly friend intelligence head
. (communist,) after War IX. Subj ect under and the company indi vid1,Ial who subsequently admitted was Hungarian intelligence informant. Subject has resided recent years Brazil where she has operated hat-designing business. Bureau investigation subject connecti
with brief visit subject made the United States 1958 neither  confirmed nor refuted the variety a)legations which have been 'f-1')ma.de against the subject. connecton with her visa applications 
')-

subject has consistently denied having communist associations at any time any connection with Hungarian intelligence services. Similarly, she denied having any lesbian tendencies. 
l[
Issuance immigrant visa subject 12/28/6 which 
permits subject permanent residence U.S. prompted review 
subject's visa file U.S. Consulate, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Legat, lf_
Rio. Review indicated that with exception temporary permit ssued"-.,Q subject visit U.S. 1958 subject has been consistently 
refused immigrant visa because the voluminous subversive and  
derogatory data file concerning her. However, August, 1961, 

Consu late officials wee contacted Kornitzer one several individ_uls compani7d the Presidnt' brother  
was
Lati mid-1961. . 1nlication fol" 'lis.;t enter the United States. 
(II_";) r.:.6v:._3ed fie 3(JUgh:,. :.ntr.y under !'ipon::rt;!.JiJ i:.:;l -he:: o-:l: -:.:.:.:.)!:.;::; Europe(!(1 gXC1:.>-.'.i'.[;.: (a!'f :) t.};!_! rJS';")J :;.r;::-.cr-t.. :;'.. -(): :. c.::, :ct:'.:;(.'.::t.:1. ac:oc:.:ii.1.: :1r. Cj.'..y Univer:;.ily ;;:.: Yo:r!. per OHS/ICE 
T::-ie U:1:Lt::d States Im.mir.:..t.on and Lfr,turt;.J.!.1.!.i.:!.); : ..,
b7C 

 1'.: 
!!' .  . :'. 
':"  "The Lord told there was bakelite stripped off, and the missile would putt, putt, putt,. and .boom! would get highe1 
than. tree top level. The Lol'd told me that Edward Kennedy die 1.n May (location was named but Gayhartt did not
recal it). don know what you can about but please tty. Gayhartt stated that 11Luke11 talked excitedly and irrational'ly rst, but after making the above statements .started talk about family rpatters calmed down and became mora rational. Also, that Hazard probably Hazard, Kentucky whre Gayhartt originalJy came from and upon 
-_1:.-- 
  
-  

that Jsephine B!g i!>.his cousin and t!;a.t she and he1 sister married twin brothers named Mark and Luke, but could not recall Lukes last name and could not recal ever having met him. March 969, Gayhartt contacted the wrltN and ste1tcd that had called his fatherr now 1esicling Naples, Flo1idaf concerning the call from 11Luke11 His father said that 11Luke11 lwcl c3lled him the same night ar.d 
 had furnished 11Luke11 hartt's phone number get 1id him. HeIdentified 11Luke11 Luk and described him 11reli9ious fanatic/ married his niece Josephine and residing near Hazard, Kentucky. 
The writer suhsequntly contacted Captain George Smith the 1-lazard Police Depa1tment, Hazard, Kentucky. Captain Smith said waswe!I acquainted with LuRe Walters-and that Walters was thG coal business about five miles from Hazard; was respected member the community lawabiding, always cooperntive with the police depa1tment, and had the past been deputy. Captain Smith fui-the1 stated that Walters was interested religious wo.rk, and owned chur9h which was built for his father who preacher. The denomination "Church Ghrist11 C.apiain Smih statect that there have been labor prcbfems i11 that area lnvolvfng the coal mines, a11d was felt locally that they were Communist Inspired. 
The writer made -Inquiries persons knowledgeable the Saturn 
systems concerning !:he info1mation about the engine oil, etc., c.nd could 
find Indication that W;:dter1s infotnnition was pertinent. 

Donald Wissman Secu11ty Speciali 
...l IL.I 1 
UNITED STATES DEPAHTMENT JUSTICE 
FEDEllAL IlUilEAU INVESTJGATION Reply, Plewa Refer 
Wshington, 20535

File No. 
l1arch 2.1, 1969 
ALL HlFOFl!ATIOM COlffAH!ED HEREIN UMCLASSIFIED 
DATE 03-18-2010 60322 LP/5TPi:z pr FBI 
CONCERNING b7C  ,>r-< 
on ?1ar$ l..969., Dp_ald P E,laster, .Staff
Offi.c.:1a:;t., Niq.iiai Aer9114:t.rU.ca1 -nci spac :th9iiy, 400 Ma:r,Yland: AvDQ.:, s.tt;, made g.vailal:>te ,to art .agemt the-_ -:Fci:rL. B'Qre"-.l.l Ive_st:igai:On. a,n rpro9',iced   lea-flet ."l;>ar-ing ,tqe: 'Eld:ritjg 1101 -IJ: Mr. Easte;t' s.tted wished


.ofr athori:ties due to 

 tbe:s :a,gri.st 
,;i.-e :of S:t-r "Ted Kenndy.
;M1'-.  l!;ast-i;-: add;.a ,itais pnth.i.f ie