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U.S. CONGRESSIONAL SERIAL SET 



SENATE REPORT 

No. 216 

IRAN-CONTRA INVESTIGATION 

APP. D VOL. 1 
TESTIMONIAL CHRONOLOGY 



100th CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

1987 



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IRAN-CONTRA INVESTIGATION 

APPENDIX D, VOLUME 1 
TESTIMONIAL CHRONOLOGY 



United States Congressional Serial Set 
Serial Number 13770 



United States Government Printing Office 
Washington : 1989 



100th Congress, 1st Session S. Rept. No. 100-216 



Report of the Congressional Committee Investigating the 

Iran-Contm Affair 

Appendix D: Volume 1 

Testimonial Chronology: 

Witness Accounts, 

Supplemented By Documents 



Daniel K. Inouye, Chaimmn 
Senate Select Committee 




U.S. Senate Select Committee on Secret Military Assistance to Iran 
And the Nicaraguan Opposition 

November 17, 1987. -Ordered to be printed. 



Washington : 1988 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office. Washington, D.C 20402 



United States Senate 

Select Committee on Secret Military Assistance 
To Iran and the Nicaraguan Opposition 

Daniel K. Inouye, Hawaii, Chairman 
Warren Rudman, New Hampshire, Vice Chairman 

George J. Mitchell, Maine 

Sam Nunn, Georgia 
Paul S. Sarbanes, Maryland 
Howell T. Heflin, Alabama 
David L. Boren, Oklahoma 

James A. McClure, Idaho 

Orrin G. Hatch, Utah 

William S. Cohen, Maine 

Paul S. Trible, Jr., Virginia 



Arthur L. Liman 
Chief Counsel 

Mark A. Belnick Paul Barbadoro 

Executive Assistant Deputy Chief Counsel 

lb the Chief Counsel 

Mary Jane Checchi 
Executive Director 

Lance I. Morgan 
Press Officer 



DANIEL K INOUVE HAWAII. CHAIRMAN 
WARREN flUDWiN NEW HAMPSHIRE VICE CHAIRMAN 



GEORGE J MITCHELL MAINE 
«;-<M NUNN GEORGIA 
PAUL S SARBANFS MARYLAND 
HOWtLL T HETLIN ALABAMA 
DAVID L BORtN OKLAHOMA 



JAMES A McCLURE IDAHO 
ORRIN G HATCH UTAH 
WILLIAM S COHEN. MAIKE 
PAUL S TRieLE Jn VIRGINIA 



lanited States Senate 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON SECRET MILITARY 

ASSISTANCE TO IRAN AND THE NICARAGUAN OPPOSITION 

WASHINGTON, DC 20510 



September 13, 1988 



Honorable John C. Stennis 
President pro tempore 
United States Senate 
Washington, D.C. 



Dear Mr. President: 

We have the pleasure to transmit herewith, pursuant to 
Senate Resolution 23, Appendix D to the final Report of the 
Senate Select Committee on Secret Military Assistance to Iran 
and the Nicaraguan Opposition. 




Sincerely , 



Danial K. I 
Chairman 





VJarren B. Rudman 
Vice Chairman 



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United States Senate 
Select Committee on Secret Military Assistance to Iran and the Nicaraguan Opposition 



Arthur L. Liman 
Chief Counsel 

Mark A. Belnick Paul Barbadoro 

Executive Assistant Deputy Chief Counsel 

to the Chief Counsel 

Mary Jane Checchi 
Executive Director 

Lance I. Morgan 
Press Officer 

Associate Counsels 



C. H. Albright, Jr. 
Daniel Finn 
C. H. Homes 
James E. Kaplan 
Charles M. Kerr 
Joel P. Lisker 



W. T. McGough, Jr. 
Richard D. Parry 
John D. Saxon 
Terry A. Smiljanich 
Timothy C. Woodcock 



Committee Staff 



Assistant Counsels 



Legal Counsel 
Intelligence/Foreign 

Policy Analysts 
Investigators 



Press Assistant 
General Accounting Office 
Detailees 



Security Officer 
Secrurity Assistants 



Chief Clerk 
Deputy Chief Clerk 



Steven D. Arkin* 
Isabel K. McGinty 
John R. Monsky 
Victoria F. Nourse 
Philip Bobbitt 
Rand H. Fishbein 
Thomas Polgar 
Lawrence R. Embrey, Sr. 
David E. Faulkner 
Henry J. Flynn 
Samuel Hirsch 
John J. Cronin 
Olga E. Johnson 
John C. Martin 
Melinda Studdes* 
Robert Wagner 
Louis H. Zanardi 
Benjamin C. Marshall 
Georgiana Badovinac 
David Carty 
Kim Lasater 
Scott R. Thompson 
Judith M. Keating* 
Scott R. Ferguson 



Staff Assistants 



Interns 
Administrative Staff 

Secretaries 



Receptionist 

Computer Center Detailee 



John K. Appleby 
Ruth Balin 
Robert E. Esler 
Ken Foster* 
Martin H. Garvey 
Rachel D. Kaganoff* 
Craig L. Keller 
Hawley K. Manwarring 
Stephen G. Miller 
Jennie L. Pickford* 
Michael A. Raynor 
Joseph D. Smallwood* 
Kristin K. Trenholm 
Thomas E. Tremble 
Bruce Vaughn 
Laura T. Kunian 
Steven A. Pollock 
Laura J. Ison 
Hilary Phillips 
Winifred A. Williams* 
Nancy S. Durflinger 
Shari D. Jenifer 
Kathryn A. Momot 
Cindy Pearson 
Debra S. Sheffield* 
Ramona H. Green 
Preston Sweet 



*The staff member was not with the Select Committee when the Report was filed but had, during the life of the Committee, 
provided services. 



Committee Members Designated Liaison 



Part Time* 



Senator Inouye 
Senator Riidman 

Senator Mitchell 
Senator Nunn 

Senator Sarbanes 
Senator Heflin 
Senator Boren 

Senator McClure 
Senator Hatch 

Senator Cohen 

Senator Trible 



Peter Simons 
William V. Cowan 
Thomas C. Polgar 
Richard H. Arenberg 
Eleanore Hill 
Jeffrey H. Smith 
Frederick Millhiser 
Thomas J. Young 
Sven Holmes 
Blythe Thomas 
Jack Gerard 
Dee V. Benson 
James G. Phillips 
James Dykstra 
L. Britt Snider 
Richard Cullen 



Assistant Counsel 
Hearings Coordinator 
Staff Assistants 



Interns 



Document Analyst 

Historian 

Volunteers 



Peter V. Letsou 
Joan M. Ansheles 
Edward P. Flaherty, Jr. 
Barbara H. Hummell 
David G. Wiencek 
Nona Balaban 
Edward E. Eldridge, III 
Elizabeth J. Glennie 
Stephen A. Higginson 
Julia F. Kogan 
Catherine L. Udell 
Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt 
Edward L. Keenan 
Lorraine Caminiti 
Vivian Campbell 
Max Dugaw 
Madeline Feinglass 
Gillian Fisher 
David Horwitz 
William Keller 
Charles Loengard 
Lewis Liman 
Ernesto Martinez 
David Molot 
Chinyere Okoronkwo 
Catherine Roe 
Tami Roniger 
Patti Rosen 
Lorraine Schein 
Christine Seltzer 
Echeal Sigan 
Tracey Sovak 
Susan Walsh 
Si an Wang 
Steven Wassman 
Patricia Weiss 
Keith Wood 



*The Staff member was not with the Select Committee when the Report was filed but had, during the life of the Committee, pro- 
vided services. 



Appendix D 
Contents 



Vol. 1 

Summary Version of the Testimonial Chronology 
Index of the Long -Form Version 

Transcript Conversion Tables 

Vols. 2-5 

Long-Form Version of the Testimonial Chronology 

VoL 2: 1976 through November 23, 1985 

(entry index numbers starting at 76/00/00-000) 

Vol. 3: November 23, 1985 through March 7, 1986 
(entry index numbers starting at 85/11/23-300) 

Vol. 4: March 7, 1986 through October 23, 1986 

(entry index numbers starting at 86/03/07-200) 

Vol. 5: October 24, 1986 through March 25, 1988 

(entry index numbers starting at 86/10/24-080) 



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Contents 
Volume 1 



Note on Citations ix 

List of Abbreviations x 

Key to Exhibit Prefix Letters xi 

Preface xiii 

Summary Version of the Testimonial Chronology 1 

Index of the Long-Form Version 183 

Transcript Conversion Tables 453 



Note on Citations in this Chronology 



Citations appear at the end of each entry in the Long- 
Form Version of this Chronology (vols. 2-5) and refer 
to a variety of sources available to the Committees. These 
sources are noted in the corresponding entries in the 
Summary Version (vol. 1) only by the witness' name or 
by the document description or its exhibit number. The 
sources include: 

1. JHICI. Refers to the unpublished transcripts, titled 
Joint Hearings on the Iran-Contra Investigation, that 
were issued daily to the Committees while the Iran- 
Contra Hearings were being held in May through August 
1987. All page references given as "[Witness] Testim., 
JHICI" are to these volumes which are stored in the 
Committees' archives in Washington, D.C. These 
transcripts have recently been published by the Com- 
mittees in a thirteen volume set titled Iran-Contra In- 
vestigation: Joint Hearings Before the Senate Select 
Committee on Secret Military Assistance to Iran and the 
Nicaraguan Opposition and the House Select Commit- 
tee to Investigate Covert Arms Transactions with Iran, 
l(X)th Cong., 1st Sess. (Washington, D.C: U.S. Govern- 
ment Printing Office, 1987-88). A table converting 
unpublished transcript (JHICI) page numbers to 
published transcript (referred to in the Iran-Contra 
Report as Hearings volumes) page numbers is included 
at the end of volume I of this Appendix. 

2. Executive Session, JHICI. Refers to sworn hearing 
testimony of John Poindexter or Oliver North taken in 
closed session because of the classified nature of the 
testimony. (These witnesses also testified in sessions 
open to the public.) The transcripts of the closed sessions 
were publicly released after classified portions of the 
testimony were redacted. Citations to Executive Session 
testimony refer to the unpublished transcripts described 
in the preceding paragraph. These transcripts are 
available in the Committees' archives in Washington, 
DC. 



3. Dep. A sworn deposition taken in the presence of 
one or more Members of the Committees and/or counsel 
for the Committees, and counsel for the deponent. These 
deposition transcripts have been published as Appen- 
dix B to the Iran-Contra Report. 

4. Int. An unsworn interview conducted by one or 
more Committee Members and/or Committee counsel, 
with counsel for the interviewee present if the inter- 
viewee wished. 

5. Ex. An exhibit used during the Iran-Contra Hear- 
ings ("JHICI Ex ") or during a deposition 

("[Witness] Dep. Ex. "). 

6. PROF Notes. Messages generated on a computer 
system used by the National Security Council staff. 

7. Document letter and number codes. Source and 
document file codes for materials that have been assigned 
a Senate letter code and stamped page number. These 
materials are stored in the Committees' archives in 
Washington, D.C. 

8. Iran-Contra Report. Report of the Congressional 
Committees Investigating the Iran-Contra Affair With 
Supplemental, Minority, and Additional Views 
(Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 

Nov. 17, 1987). 

9. Tower Report. Report of the President's Special 
Review Board (Washington, DC: U.S. Government 
Printing Office, Feb. 26, 1987). 

10. HFAC, HPSCI, or SSCI. Testimony or statements 
made by witnesses before the House Foreign Affairs 
Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on 
Intelligence, or the Senate Select Committee on In- 
telligence. 

11. CRS. A numbered report issued by the Congres- 
sional Research Service of the Library of Congress. 



Abbreviations 



ABA 


American Bar Association 


Iran-Contra 


AG 


Attorney General 


Report 


ARA 


Inter-American Affairs (DoS) 




ASEAN 


Association of South East Asian Nations 




CATF 


Central American Task Force (CIA) 


JCS 


C/CATF 


Chief of the Central American Task Force 

(CIA) 

Central Intelligence Agency 


JHICI 


CIA 


JMP 


CJCS 


Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 


MOD 


CPPG 


Crisis Pre-Planning Group 


NDR 


CRS 


Congressional Research Service 


NEPL 


CYA 


cover your ass 




DAIG 


Department of the Army Inspector General 


NHAO 


DCI 


Director of Central Intelligence (CIA) 




DCM 


Deputy Chief of Mission (CIA) 


NIO 


DDCI 


Deputy Director of Central Intelligence 


NSA 




(CIA) 


NSB 


DDO 


Deputy Director, for Operations (CIA) 


NSC 


DEA 


Drug Enforcement Administration 


NSDD 


Dep. 


Deposition 


NSPG 


DIA 


Defense Intelligence Agency 


CD 


DO 


Directorate for Operations (CIA) 


ODSM 


DoD 


Department of Defense 


OEOB 


DoJ 


Department of Justice 


OLN 


DoS 


Department of State 


PM 


DSAA 


Defense Security Assistance Agency 


PROF(S) 


Ex(x). 


Exhibit(s) 


RCM 


FBI 


Federal Bureau of Investigation 


RIG 


FDN 


Nicaraguan Democratic Force 


RR 


FM 


Foreign Minister 


SIG 


GAO 


General Accounting Office 


SNIE 


Gorba 


Manucher Ghorbanifar 


SSCI 


GPS 


George P Shultz 


STTGI 


HAWK 


Homing-All-the-Way Killer missile 




HFAC 


House Foreign Affairs Committee 


TIWG 


HPSCI 


House Permanent Select Committee on In- 
telligence 


TOW 


IDEA 


Institute for Democracy, Education and 
Assistance 


Tower 


IG 


Inspector General 


UNO 


Int. 


Interview 


USG 


lOB 


Intelligence Oversight Board 





Report of the Congressional Committees 
Investigating the Iran-Contra Affair, with 
Supplemental, Minorit^', and Additional 
Views (11/87) 
Joint Chiefs of Staff 
Joint Hearings on the Iran-Contra In- 
vestigation 
John M. Poindexter 
Israeli Ministry of Defense 
Nicaraguan Democratic Resistance 
National Endowment for the Preservation 
of Liberty 

Nicaraguan Humanitarian Assistance 
Office 

National Intelligence Officer (CIA) 
National Security Adviser 
National Security Briefing 
National Security Council 
National Security Decision Directive 
National Security Planning Group 
see DO 

Office Directors Staff Meeting 
Old Executive Office Building 
Oliver L. North 
Prime Minister 

Professional Office (Computer) System 
Robert C. McFarlane 
Restricted Interagency Group 
President Ronald Reagan 
Senior Interagency Group 
Special National Intelligence Estimate 
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence 
Stanford Technology Trading Group Inter- 
national 

Terrorist Incident Working Group 
Tube-launched, Optically-tracked, Wire- 
guided missile 

Report of the President's Special Review 
Board (2/87) (The Tower Board) 
United Nicaraguan Opposition 
U.S. Government 



Key to Exhibit Prefix Letters 



[no prefix] 


Richard Secord or Robert C. 


EM 


Edwin Meese 




McFarlane 


FH 


Fawn Hall 


AC 


Adolfo Calero 


FIR 


Felix I. Rodriguez 


AH 


Albert Hakim 


GAR 


Glenn A. Robinette 


BS 


Bretton Sciaroni 


GJS 


Gaston J. Sigur 


C 


CIA (from Eggleston Summary, 


GPS 


George P. Shultz 




6/24/87) 


T/~^ 


C/CATF 


Chief of the Central American Task 


JC 


Joseph Coors 




Force (CIA) 


JKS 


John K. Singlaub 


CG 


Clair George 


JMP 


John M. Poindexter 


CJC 


Charles J. Cooper 


LAT 


Lewis A. Tambs 


CWW 


Caspar W. Weinberger 


OLN 


Oliver L. North 


DoD 


Department of Defense (Noel Koch, 


RCD 


Robert C. Dutton 




Henry Gaffney) 


RWO 


Robert W. Owen 


DRC 


Duane R. Clarridge 


SS 


Stanley Sporkin 


DTR 


Donald T. Regan 


TC 


Tomas Castillo 


EA 


Elliott Abrams 


WBO 


William B. O'Boyle 


ECG 


Ellen C. Garwood 







Publications of the Senate and House Select Committees 



Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran-Contra Affair, 1 volume, 1987. 

Appendix A: Source Documents, 2 volumes, 1988. 
Appendix B: Depositions, 27 volumes, 1988. 
Appendix C: Chronology of Events, 1 volume, 1988. 
Appendix D: Testimonial Chronology, 5 volumes, 1988. 

All publications of the Select Committees are available from the U.S. Government Printing Office. 



Preface 



This Testimonial Chronology records the events of the 
Iran-Contra Affair as recounted by the witnesses who 
testified before the Congressional Committees, and as 
disclosed in contemporaneous documents that the Com- 
mittees gathered. It was prepared by the staff of the Sen- 
ate Select Committee on Secret Military Assistance to 
Iran and the Nicaraguan Opposition as an Appendix to 
the Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating 
the Iran-Contra Affair ("Iran-Contra Report"). Although 
this Testimonial Chronology is published by the Senate 
Select Committee, it is based on the evidence gathered 
by the two Select Committees during their joint in- 
vestigation. 

This Testimonial Chronology aims to be thorough, 
without passing judgment or making editorial comment 
on the evidence it records. It is intended to serve as a 
research aid, pulling together the myriad events and 
disparate threads of the Iran-Contra Affair in the words 
of the participants themselves. Accordingly, where the 
evidence contains multiple or differing versions of the 
same events, the various accounts are summarized or 
quoted. In every instance, the Committee has attemp- 
ted to provide an accurate, objective and succinct sum- 
mary of what the witnesses and the documents actually 
said— and not how the Committees viewed this evidence. 
The Committees' subjective views and conclusions are 
set forth in their Iran-Contra Report. 

This Testimonial Chronology, while comprehensive, 
is not all-inclusive. The two Congressional Committees 
gathered hundreds of thousands of documents and took 
numerous depositions, not all of which could be included 
here. The primary source material for this Testimonial 
Chronology is the testimony of the witnesses who ap- 
peared at the Joint Hearings. Deposition testimony also 
has been included where the deposition transcripts were 
released prior to the publication of the Iran-Contra Re- 
port, or where the deposition transcripts discuss events 
referred to in the Iran-Contra Report or in this 
Testimonial Chronology. The documents quoted or cited 
were introduced as exhibits during the Joint Hearings 
or otherwise relied upon in the Iran-Contra Report. 

Transcript text quoted in this Testimonial Chronology 
is edited only by the use of ellipses (. . .) or by mate- 
rial added in brackets where necessary for clarification 
or completeness. Such editing has been minimal. 
Likewise, [sic] has been used sparingly, in recognition 
of the fact that witnesses gave their testimony orally, 
not in writing. With this in mind, [sic] has been utilized 
to note that a quotation which might otherwise appear 
mistaken is recorded accurately here. Also, where a 
document or testimony has been quoted inaccurately in 



other testimony, the accurate text is added parenthetically 
after the [sic]. 

The Summary Version of this Testimonial Chronology 
serves as an extended Table of Contents for the Long- 
Form Version. The Summary Version identifies topic 
headings in the order in which they appear in the Long- 
Form Version, and notes the specific witnesses whose 
testimony is included under each topic, as well as the 
documents quoted or cited. 

Chronology entries are designated by nine-digit in- 
dex numbers in the left margin before each entry. This 
number gives the date of each event. For example, 
85/11/15-100 means November 15, 1985 (or mid- 
November 1985). The last three digits after the hyphen 
(100) were solely for computer sorting purposes; they 
need not detain the reader. 

The dates used are those furnished by the witnesses 
or the documents; however, certain major topics (e.g. , 
the "diversion") are grouped together for convenience. 

Before this Testimonial Chronology was released, it 
was submitted by the Senate Select Committee to the 
White House for review by a Declassification Committee 
composed of representatives from the various executive 
departments. This is the same Declassification Com- 
mittee which functioned throughout the Congressional 
investigation of the Iran-Contra Affair. The Senate Se- 
lect Committee expresses its gratitude to the members 
of the Declassification Committee, and in particular, to 
Brenda Reger of the NSC staff, for their diligent work 
in reviewing this Testimonial Chronology and helping 
the Senate Select Committee insure that all critical 
evidence was disclosed with due regard for considera- 
tions of national security and U.S. foreign relations. 

This Testimonial Chronology is largely the work of 
Isabel McGinty, Esq., an Assistant Counsel on the Sen- 
ate Select Committee staff Ms. McGinty spent enor- 
mous hours — including long days, long nights and 
weekends— throughout the past year to compile this 
Testimonial Chronology and prepare it for publication. 
Although the task was extremely difficult and painstak- 
ing, Ms. McGinty saw it through to completion, long 
after the Iran-Contra Report had been issued and other 
staff members had departed for their homes. The Sen- 
ate Select Committee expresses special gratitude to 
Isabel McGinty for her dedicated service in producing 
these volumes. 

It is the Senate Select Committee's hope that this 
Testimonial Chronology will contribute to the public's 
understanding of the complex events which made up the 
Iran-Contra Affair. 



SUMMARY VERSION 
OF THE TESTIMONIAL CHRONOLOGY 



INTRODUCTION 



The Summary Version and the index (later in this volume) are 
companion reference materials to help the reader use the Long- 
Form Version of the Testimonial Chronology . The pages that 
follow show how entries have been grouped by categories over 
time. The index, however, enables the reader to locate a name or 
event in the Chronology . The reader can then use that number to 
find the entry cited in the Long-Form Version, or to scan the 
Summary Version for related topics and for an overview of events 
from the same time period. 

Cross references in the Summary Version refer to other 
entries in this document. Because entries have been assigned a 
group number, the reader should check the cross-referenced entry 
for a listing of related entries in the Long-Form Version. "See 
also 86/00/01-005" refers the reader to all the entries grouped 
below at that number. These cross references are not all- 
inclusive. The reader should consult the index for a much more 
complete listing of related topics. This Summary Version 
collects entries by broadly-related categories. The categories 
have been further broken down into their smaller components in 
the index. 

The Summary Version functions as an extensive table of 
contents for the Long-Form Version of the Testimonial Chronology . 
The entry headings used here have been taken from the Long-Form 
Version and grouped together with other related entries from the 
same time period in the Chronology . 

The nine-digit index numbers which precede each entry 
correspond between the Summary and Long-Form Versions. In this 
Version, entries have been grouped by topic and assigned one 
collective entry number. The numbers of individual entries are 
then noted parenthetically. Where no number is noted 
parenthetically, the index number in the left margin applies. 

The sources cited briefly in the Summary Version include 
witness testimony at the Iran-Contra Hearings (designated by the 
witnesses' names), deposition testimony (Dep.), Hearing exhibits 
(Ex.) and other source documents, the Iran-Contra and Tower 
Reports , and other sources. For a full description of the 
materials used, see the citations at the end of each entry in the 
Long-Form Version. 

Dates of events used here have been determined by a document 
or the testimony of a witness. Other testimony on the same topic 
by other witnesses who may not have specified a date accompanies 
the dated entry. There are many entries in this Chronology 

(1) 



bearing general dates (e.g., 1985-86) that have been grouped 
together by topic or event. 

Some whole groups of entries lack any certain date other 
than a year. Testimony on "Diversion" or "The Full-Service 
Covert Operation," for example, has been listed at the beginning 
of the 1986 entries, although some of the events described may 
have occurred much earlier. These indefinitely dated entries 
bear the index number 86/00/xx-xxx. 



Index Numbers 

Chronology entries are listed by their 9-digit index 
numbers, found in the left margin before each entry in the Long- 
Form and Summary Versions of the Testimonial Chronology . This 
number corresponds to the date of each event. For example, 
85/11/15-100 means November 15, 1985 (or Mid-November 1985) . The 
first two numbers give the year (1985), the next two the month 
(11 = November), and the next two the date (15th). The last 
three digits after the hyphen are a computer sorting device and 
determine the order in which other entries for the same date are 
printed in the Chronology . 

Entries dated generally by a year have no month designation: 
for example, 86/00/01-000 could mean sometime in 1986, or even 
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INDEX 
OF THE LONG-FORM VERSION 
OF THE TESTIMONIAL CHRONOLOGY 



INTRODUCTION 

The Summary Version (at the beginning of this volume) and 
this index are companion reference materials to aid the reader of 
the Long-Form Version of the Testimonial Chronology . The Summary 
Version sets out how entries are grouped by categories within a 
certain time period, and the occurrence or recurrence of events 
over time. The index enables the reader to locate where in the 
Chronology a name or event occurs. The reader can then use that 
number to find the entry cited in the Long-Form Version, or to 
scan the Summary Version for related topics and for an overview 
of events from the same time period. 

This index is arranged by topics, names and events, which 
are listed alphabetically in capital letters as category 
headings. Three asterisks mark the breaks between index 
categories. Each category is further broken down into 
subcategories, for which only the initial letters are 
capitalized. 

When checking an entry cited in this index, browse through 
the entries preceding and following it. Frequently they are on 
the same topic. Refer, as well, to the Summary Version for a 
listing of the surrounding entries. 

Chronology entries are listed under multiple categories or 
subcategories, as determined by their context. Cross references 
to other categories are also noted. "See NORTH, OLIVER" directs 
the reader to the capitalized category heading elsewhere in this 
index; "see North, Oliver" refers to another subcategory under 
the same category then being consulted. The reader is advised, 
however, to browse through other categories for a general sense 
of how this index is arranged. 

Brief descriptions are noted in parentheses after some names 
in this index. These descriptions are intended to provide bare, 
colorless reference information. Complete job listings for 
persons named in the Testimonial Chronology are not given here. 
Instead, this index attempts to list their job(s) at the time 
they are described in the Chronology . Information about more 
current positions is also included, if available. For further 

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184 



descriptive information, consult the entries cited for that 
category in the Chronology , as well as the Iran-Contra Report . 



NOTE: The only persons not listed under their surnames are 
President Reagan and Vice President Bush. These are alphabetized 
throughout the index under "President Reagan" and "Vice President 
Bush . " 



Index Numbers 

Chronology entries are listed by their 9-digit index 
numbers, found in the left margin before each entry in the Long- 
Form and Summary Versions of the Testimonial Chronology . This 
number corresponds to the date of each event. For example, the 
first index number listed in this index, 85/11/15-100, means 
November 15, 1985 (or Mid-November 1985) . The first two numbers 
give the year (1985), the next two the month (11 = November), and 
the next two the date (15th) . The last three digits after the 
hyphen are a computer sorting device and determine the order in 
which other entries for the same date are printed in the 
Chronology . 

Entries dated generally by a year have no month designation: 
86/00/01-000 could mean sometime in 1986, or even 1984-86. 



185 



Date 



Topic 



ABRAMS, ELLIOTT (Assistant 
Secretary of State for Inter- 
American Affairs, DoS) 

85/11/15-100 ACE 



85/11/17-125 Back Channel Communications 



CHRONOLOGY INDEX 

Date 
85/12/09-401 



86/09/05-201 
86/09/05-230 
86/09/05-238 
86/09/05-250 
86/09/06-100 



Topic 

Costa Rican Airstrip: North's 
Pictures 



Costa Rican Airstrip Press 
Conference 



81/01/01-100 Background 
85/07/00-100 



85/07/00-200 
85/07/00-201 



85/04/25-235 
86/06/00-100 
86/06/00-111 
86/06/00-200 
86/06/00-202 
86/06/00-430 
86/06/10-100 
86/06/10-101 
86/08/05-100 
86/08/06-400 
86/08/08-300 
86/08/09-100 
86/10/14-302 
86/11/25-892 
86/11/25-895 
86/11/25-896 
86/11/25-900 
86/12/05-400 
86/12/08-100 



Bo I and Amendments 



Brunei 



86/05/15-100 Calero, Adolfo 



85/09/01-000 Castillo, Tomas 

85/09/01-200 

85/09/01-210 

85/09/01-220 



85/07/01-650 Central American Task Force Chief 

86/03/00-800 (C/CATF) 

86/03/15-100 

86/05/15-108 

86/10/14-400 

86/10/14-410 



86/09/15-400 Chiefs of Mission Meeting, 9/86 



86/10/14-410 Congressional Testimony, 10/86 



85/09/01-000 Costa Rican Airstrip 

85/09/01/001 

85/09/01-100 

85/09/01-200 

85/09/01-210 

85/09/01-220 

85/09/01-600 



86/09/25-100 Costa Rican Airstrip: Exposure 



86/10/14-300 
86/10/14-301 
86/10/14-302 



86/00/09-500 
86/10/05-190 
86/10/05-200 
86/10/14-100 
86/10/14-300 
86/10/14-301 
86/10/14-302 
86/10/14-400 
86/10/14-410 
86/10/16-100 
86/10/23-100 
86/10/24-100 



86/10/14-300 
86/10/14-301 
86/10/14-302 
86/10/14-400 



86/10/14-410 



86/09/05-195 
86/11/25-892 



George, Clair 



Hasenfus Crash 



HPSCI Testimony, 10/14/86 



HPSCI Testimony, 10/14/86: 
"completely honest and 
completely wrong" 



Iran-Contra Report 



86/08/08-300 Kenilworth, Mr. 



84/10/03-370 
85/09/04-130 



86/08/28-110 



86/04/30-300 
86/05/08-500 
86/05/12-101 
86/05/12-102 
86/05/12-103 
86/05/14-101 
86/05/14-102 
86/05/14-103 
86/05/15-103 
86/05/22-200 
86/05/22-201 
86/05/22-202 
86/05/29-500 
86/05/29-501 



McFarlane, Robert 



Meeting on Contra Support, 
8/28/86 



Helton, Richard 



186 



Date 



Topic 



85/09/04-100 "Monitor OUie" 

85/09/04-110 

85/09/04-111 

85/09/04-112 

85/09/04-130 

85/09/04-140 



86/12/01-340 Motley Clause 

86/00/09-248 NSC Staff: Contra Support Activities 

86/05/16-300 NSPG, 5/16/86 

85/08/08-400 NHAO 



83/11/00-000 North, Oliver 

84/09/21-400 

85/07/00-410 

85/09/04-070 

85/11/15-100 

86/04/25-100 

86/05/02-508 

86/05/15-108 

86/06/00-100 

86/08/28-110 

86/10/14-301 



86/04/29-314 North's Alamo Proposal 
86/02/27-090 Owen Memo, 2/27/86 



86/05/08-500 Pastora, Eden 

86/05/15-100 

86/05/15-102 

86/05/15-108 



85/04/25-235 Poindexter, John 

85/07/01-050 

86/00/09-195 

86/00/09-248 

86/06/10-101 



85/10/07-500 Radios for the Contras 



85/07/01-630 Restricted Interagency Group 

85/07/01-650 (RIG) 

86/01/00-500 



Date 

86/03/26-250 
86/03/26-270 
86/04/30-300 
86/05/00-400 
86/05/00-450 
86/05/08-500 
86/05/12-101 
86/05/12-102 
86/05/12-103 
86/05/14-101 
86/05/14-102 
86/05/14-103 
86/05/15-100 
86/05/15-102 
86/05/15-103 
86/05/22-200 
86/05/22-201 
86/05/22-202 
86/05/29-500 
86/05/29-501 



86/05/14-101 
86/05/14-102 
86/05/14-103 
86/05/15-103 
86/05/22-201 



86/03/26-100 
86/03/26-190 
86/03/26-250 
86/03/26-270 
86/04/30-300 



86/10/14-301 



Topic 



Singlaub, John 



Singlaub, John: Aborted 
Solicitation 



Singlaub-Pastora Agreement 



"So Categorical" Statements to 
Congress 



86/09/15-400 Southern Front 



85/07/01-200 
85/09/01-000 
85/09/01-001 
85/09/01-100 
86/03/26-250 
86/12/01-340 



86/03/00-800 
85/08/08-401 



Tambs, Lewis 



"ten percent rule" 



Wrist Watches as Lethal or 
Humanitarian Aid 



85/11/15-100 Resupply Operation 



86/11/25-892 SSCI Briefing, 11/25/86 

86/11/25-895 

86/11/25-896 

86/11/25-900 



86/10/14-302 SSCI Testimony, 10/14/86 
86/12/08-100 SSCI Testimony, 12/8/86 



North, Oliver 



ABU NIDAL 

86/04/28-100 
86/04/28-110 
86/04/28-200 
86/04/28-250 
86/04/28-255 



86/04/28-250 Poindexter, John 



187 



Date 



Topic 



ACE (see AMALGAMATED CONSOLIDATED 
ENTERPRISE) 



Date Topic 

86/11/03-110 Published 

86/11/04-100 Shultz, George 



ACHILLE LAURO 

86/11/21-181 Ledeen, Michael 

85/12/04-002 McFarlane, Robert 



85/10/07-053 North, Oliver 

86/01/12-115 

86/04/14-200 

86/11/21-181 



86/00/04-760 Poindexter, John 



85/10/07-050 Seized 



"ADVISER, THE" (see also IRANIANS: 
CODE NAMES) 

86/05/27-070 Dawa Prisoners 



ALAKAZAR, MONZER 
86/00/04-760 AchilleLauro 

86/00/04-760 Poindexter, John 



ALLEN, CHARLES (National Intelligence 
Officer for Counterterrorism, CIA) 

85/12/04-601 Ashgari 

86/05/05-400 Casey, William 
86/10/17-100 

86/10/17-101 



86/10/24-401 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



86/05/27-050 McFarlane, Robert 
86/05/27-060 



86/05/27-070 North, Oliver 



86/05/27-050 Tehran Trip, 5/86 

86/05/27-055 

86/05/27-060 



85/11/21-306 Clarridge, Ouane 

85/11/21-307 

85/11/21-308 

85/12/03-101 



86/01/13-200 Diversion 
86/10/11-116 
86/11/20-663 
86/11/20-664 



AIR MACH 

85/09/21-700 Gadd, Richard 



86/10/11-116 
86/10/17-100 
86/10/17-101 
86/10/17-102 
86/10/24-401 
86/10/24-402 
86/10/24-403 



Furmark, Roy 



AL-MASOUDI, PRINCE (see FAKE SAUDI 
PRINCE) 



AL SHIRA' ARTICLE 

86/11/03-110 McFarlane Trip Revealed 

86/10/08-900 Prelude 



85/09/00-040 
85/09/00-050 
85/10/08-200 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-115 
86/01/11-116 
86/11/20-663 
86/11/20-664 



85/10/08-200 
85/12/04-600 
85/12/04-601 
85/12/04-603 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-115 
86/01/11-116 



George, Clair 



Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



188 



Date Topic 

86/01/13-200 
86/05/05-400 
86/10/17-100 
86/10/17-101 



85/12/15-300 Ghorbanifar's Mock 

Assassination Proposal 



85/11/21-306 HAUK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/21-307 

85/11/21-308 

85/12/04-602 



86/10/17-100 <hashoggi, Adnan 



Date 



Topic 



ALTERED DOCUMENTS (see also DESTROYED 
DOCUMENTS and SHREDDED DOCUMENTS) 

85/08/16-200 Barnes Letter, 8/16/85 

85/08/16-230 

86/11/21-610 



86/11/21-615 Bartlett, June 



85/03/16-100 Contra Fall-Back Plan Memo, 
3/16/85 



85/05/31-100 Contra Near-Term Outlook Memo, 
5/31/85 



85/06/21-111 Ledeen, Michael 

85/09/04-506 

85/12/15-300 

85/12/19-200 



84/12/04-100 Country 4 Memo, 12/4/84 



85/03/05-246 Coy, Craig 



85/12/04-600 Ledeen, Michael: Meeting, 

85/12/04-601 12/4/85 

85/12/04-602 

85/12/04-603 

85/12/19-200 



85/04/11-230 Current Donors Memo, 4/11/85 



85/03/05-215 End-User Certificates 
85/03/05-216 



86/05/05-400 Memo, 5/5/86 



86/10/17-100 Memo, 10/17/86 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/17-102 



86/10/17-100 Nir, Amiram 



85/09/00-040 North, Oliver 

85/09/00-050 

85/09/04-506 

85/09/04-600 

85/09/04-602 



86/10/11-116 Poindexter, John 



84/12/04-100 Hall, Fawn 

85/02/06-310 

85/02/06-311 

85/03/05-215 

85/03/05-216 

85/03/16-100 

85/04/11-230 

85/05/31-100 

86/11/21-615 

86/11/21-616 

86/11/21-620 

86/11/21-900 

86/11/25-650 

86/11/25-660 



85/08/16-160 Iran-Contra Report 
85/08/16-195 



85/12/04-600 Qadhafi, Muammar 
85/12/04-602 



86/11/07-331 White House Chronologies 
86/11/07-332 



85/08/16-210 Legal Opinions 

86/11/21-616 Letterheads Changed 

85/08/16-200 McFarlane Destroys 

85/08/16-292 McFarlane Instructs North 



ALLEN, RICHARD (Assistant to President 
Reagan for National Security Affairs, 
1981-82) 

85/04/00-615 NSC, the safe at 



85/08/16-200 McFarlane, Robert 

85/08/16-201 

85/08/16-202 

85/08/16-203 

85/08/16-204 

86/11/21-610 

86/11/21-613 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/21-600 McFarlane's List 

86/11/21-615 

86/11/21-616 



86/11/21-615 Merchant, Brian 



189 



Date 



Topic 



85/12/15-170 Central American Trip, 12/85 
85/12/15-171 



85/09/21-600 Generally 



85/02/06-310 Monimbo 
85/02/06-311 



85/08/16-202 North, Oliver 

85/08/16-203 

85/08/16-230 

86/11/21-600 

86/11/21-610 

86/11/21-620 

86/11/25-660 



ARIAS SANCHEZ, OSCAR (President 
of Costa Rica, since 5/86) 

86/09/05-201 Costa Rican Airstrip Press 
86/09/05-230 Conference 
86/09/05-238 
86/09/05-241 



86/05/08-210 Inauguration 



86/11/21-624 Poindexter, John 
86/11/21-725 



86/09/05-238 North, Oliver 



85/08/16-290 System IV 
86/11/21-620 



86/09/05-241 North's Call, 9/5/86 



85/08/16-230 Why North Altered Them 



85/03/05-215 Wish List of Weapons 
85/03/05-216 



ARMACOST, MICHAEL (Under Secretary of 
State for Political Affairs, DoS) 

84/08/07-100 Contra Funding 



AMALGAMATED CONSOLIDATED 
ENTERPRISE (ACE) 

85/11/20-050 Drugs and Contras 



85/12/09-401 Costa Rican Airstrip: North's 
Pictures 



86/11/22-700 Diversion 



86/02/01-250 Gadd, Richard 



85/06/21-105 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



85/09/00-003 Generally 



86/11/19-270 Hill, Charles 



85/11/20-050 North, Oliver 



85/12/06-100 Iran Initiative 
86/07/02-100 



85/11/20-050 Resupply Operation 
86/02/01-250 



85/12/11-400 Iran Initiative Turned Off 
85/12/11-450 



86/02/01-250 Udall Corp. 



86/12/12-100 Second Channel Continued 
86/12/13-060 Negotiations, 12/86 



ANDERSON, TERRY (see HOSTAGES, U.S.) 



85/07/01-610 Senior Interagency Group (SIG) 



86/05/00-607 Shultz, George 

86/05/03-100 

86/11/19-275 



ARCOS, CRESENCIO (CHRIS) 



86/11/22-700 Sofaer, Abraham 



190 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/18-500 White House Meeting, 
86/11/18-501 11/18/86 



Date 



Topic 



86/01/07-051 Iran Initiative, 1/86 

86/01/16-100 

86/01/16-155 

86/01/16-310 



ARMITAGE, RICHARD (Assistant Secretary 
of Defense, International Security 
Affairs, DoD) 

86/06/21-630 Crowe, William 



86/01/15-143 Iran Initiative, 1/86 



86/08/28-100 Meeting on Contra Support, 8/28/86 
86/08/28-110 



86/06/21-630 Moellering, John 



85/06/17-100 NSOD on Iran 



85/12/03-200 North, Oliver 
86/08/28-110 



86/01/07-352 Iran Initiative: 

Restructuring, 1/86 



86/01/07-351 Meese, Edwin 

86/01/07-352 

86/01/16-290 

86/01/16-310 

86/01/17-291 

86/11/18-020 

86/11/21-581 



86/01/15-150 North, Oliver 



85/11/26-753 Poindexter, John 

85/11/26-754 

86/01/07-352 

86/01/16-300 

86/11/18-020 

86/11/21-099 

86/11/21-581 



85/12/03-220 Rudd, Glenn 



85/11/26-753 Powell, Colin 
85/11/26-754 

85/11/17-400 Replenishment 



ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT 
86/01/07-800 CIA 



85/12/03-220 Congressional Notification 

86/01/07-352 

86/01/07-800 

86/01/15-305 

86/01/16-120 



86/11/17-400 Cooper, Charles 
85/12/03-220 Department of Defense 



86/11/17-400 Department of Justice 

Investigation of the Iran 
I n i t i a t i ve 



86/01/17-270 Finding, 1/17/86 



85/12/03-220 Rudd, Glenn 



86/01/17-270 Shultz, George 



86/01/16-290 Thompson, Paul 



86/01/07-150 Weinberger, Caspar 

86/01/07-151 

86/01/15-143 

86/11/10-040 

86/11/18-347 



86/11/18-420 White House Chronologies 
85/12/07-151 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 
86/01/16-290 White House Meeting, 1/16/86 



86/01/17-800 GAO Report 

85/11/26-300 Generally 

85/11/18-400 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/12/07-251 Iran Arms Sales 



ARMS FOR HOSTAGES 
86/01/13-100 Casey, William 

86/10/24-403 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 



191 



Date 



Topic 



85/12/05-650 Finding, MI'ilWy 

85/12/05-700 

85/12/05-781 



85/07/11-011 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

85/10/08-301 

85/10/08-305 

85/10/08-306 



Date Topic 

85/03/21-400 Calero, AdoLfo 



84/11/00-010 Second, Richard 

85/03/21-400 

85/05/01-400 



85/12/01-150 Ghorbanifar's Proposals, 12/85 



ASHGARI (Alias for GHORBANIFAR, 
MANUCHER) 



85/10/08-301 Hostage to the Hostages 



85/07/11-011 Ledeen, Michael 

85/07/13-250 

85/10/08-301 

85/10/08-305 

85/10/08-306 



ATTORNEY GENERAL'S INVESTIGATION, 
11/21/86-11/25/86 (see also MEESE, EDWIN) 

86/11/25-013 Action Steps 



86/01/07-803 Meese, Edwin 



85/12/09-086 Poindexter, John 
85/12/09-087 



86/11/22-658 Administrative Inquiry 
85/03/05-216 Altered Documents 



85/12/09-087 President Reagan 

86/00/01-080 

86/11/19-326 

86/12/03-102 

87/03/04-100 

87/03/19-101 



85/12/09-086 Second, Richard 



86/01/07-810 Shultz, Geonge 



86/12/03-102 Vice Pnesident Bush 



86/07/29-315 Vice President Bush's Meeting 
with Ami ram Nir, 7/29/86 



86/11/25-430 Amount Diverted 
86/11/25-526 



86/11/25-025 
86/11/25-415 



86/11/21-024 
86/11/22-655 
86/11/22-658 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/23-380 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-396 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/24-705 
86/11/25-007 



Attonney Genenal's Pness 
Confenence, 11/25/86 (see also 
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S PRESS 
CONFERENCE) 



Casey, William 



85/10/08-301 Washington Meeting, 10/8/85 

85/10/08-305 

85/10/08-306 



85/09/14-200 Weinberger, Caspar 



85/08/06-100 White House Meeting, 8/6/85 
85/08/06-121 



86/01/07-803 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 
86/01/07-810 



86/00/09-690 
86/11/22-390 
86/11/22-650 
86/11/22-653 
86/11/22-654 
86/11/22-660 
86/11/25-448 



86/11/23-430 
86/11/24-002 
86/11/25-005 
86/11/25-007 
86/11/25-308 



Casey-Meese Meeting, 11/22/86 



Casey-Meese Meeting, 11/25/86 



ARMS TRANSACTIONS FOR CONTRAS 



86/00/02-063 
86/01/17-510 
86/11/25-421 
86/11/25-727 



Constructive Trust Theory of 
Diversion 



192 



Date Topic 

86/11/24-066 Contra Aid 



86/11/21-024 
86/11/24-003 
86/11/25-731 



85/12/05-814 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/21-021 
86/11/21-031 
86/11/21-037 
86/11/21-039 
86/11/21-320 
86/11/21-333 
86/11/21-334 



86/11/23-430 
86/11/23-431 
86/11/23-432 
86/11/25-730 
86/11/25-731 



86/11/21-021 
86/11/21-035 
86/11/21-036 
86/11/21-037 
86/11/21-038 
86/11/21-039 
86/11/21-041 
86/11/22-165 
86/11/22-660 
86/11/23-397 
86/11/23-411 
86/11/23-412 
86/11/24-000 
86/11/24-005 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/25-012 
86/11/25-720 
86/11/26-150 
86/11/28-200 
86/11/28-205 



86/11/25-526 



Conversations 



Cooper, Charles 



Credibility of Witnesses 



Criminal Aspects/ Issues 



Date Topic 

86/11/24-001 
86/11/24-178 
86/11/24-187 
86/11/24-188 
86/11/25-025 
86/11/25-408 
86/11/25-446 
86/11/25-447 



Diversion Memo 



86/04/04-105 
86/11/21-356 
86/11/22-220 
86/11/22-653 
86/11/22-657 
86/11/23-300 
86/11/23-350 
86/11/23-352 
86/11/23-400 
86/11/23-401 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/23-410 
86/11/23-412 
86/11/24-062 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/24-183 



86/11/22-660 Diversion Memo: A Siren 



86/11/21-455 Documents Assembled 



Criminal Investigation 
Determined 



86/11/21-038 
86/11/21-041 



86/11/21-452 
86/11/21-500 
86/11/21-513 
86/11/21-530 
86/11/22-660 
86/11/24-006 



86/11/21-531 
86/11/21-532 
86/11/22-658 



Evans, U.S. v. 



Fact- Finding Inquiry 



Fact-Finding Inquiry, Not 
Investigation 



86/11/21-021 Department of Justice Meetings 
86/11/21-455 Destroyed Documents 



86/11/21-320 
86/11/22-210 
86/11/23-350 
86/11/23-360 
86/11/23-380 
86/11/23-392 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-394 
86/11/23-395 
86/11/23-396 
86/11/23-397 
86/11/23-398 
86/11/23-399 
86/11/23-431 
86/11/24-000 



Diversion 



86/11/22-506 
86/11/21-532 
86/11/25-526 



86/11/23-300 
86/11/23-350 
86/11/23-370 



86/11/21-481 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/21-032 



Fact- Finding Investigation 



Factual Overview 



FBI Brought In 



Financial Questions for North 



Finding, 12/5/85 



Fortier, Donald 



Full Disclosure: Attorney 
General 's Advice 



193 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/22-650 Furtnark, Roy 
86/11/22-654 



85/03/05-216 Hall, Fawn 



Date 

86/11/23-420 



86/11/23-370 
86/11/25-447 



Topic 
Israeli Role in Iran Initiative 

McFarlane, Robert 



86/11/26-150 Handoff to FBI and DoJ Criminal 
Division 



86/11/22-165 Hasenfus Crash 



86/11/18-352 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

86/11/21-106 

86/11/21-320 

86/11/21-333 

86/11/21-334 

86/11/21-355 

86/11/21-356 

86/11/22-160 

86/11/22-161 

86/11/22-163 

86/11/22-175 

86/11/23-421 

86/11/25-447 

86/11/25-448 



86/11/22-164 Hill, Charles 



86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/21-315 
86/11/21-320 
86/11/21-330 
86/11/21-333 
86/11/21-334 
86/11/21-335 
86/11/21-336 
86/11/21-337 
86/11/21-338 
86/11/21-350 
86/11/21-352 
86/11/21-355 
86/11/21-356 
86/11/24-000 
86/11/24-001 



86/11/24-000 
86/11/24-002 



McFarlane-Meese Interview, 
11/21/86 



McFarlane-Meese Interview, 
11/24/86 



86/11/21-025 Independent Counsel 
86/11/21-533 Information-Seeking Inquiry 



86/11/21-021 Interview List 

86/11/21-025 

86/11/21-032 

86/11/24-008 



86/11/24-004 Interview Procedures 



86/11/21-024 Interviews 

86/11/24-003 

86/11/24-004 

86/11/25-446 

86/11/25-731 



86/11/24-002 Interviews, 11/21-11/23/86: 
86/11/24-003 Notes 



86/11/24-002 Interviews, 11/24-11/25/86: No 
86/11/24-003 Notes 



86/11/25-730 Investigative Procedures 
86/11/25-731 



86/11/21-008 Iran-Contra Report 



86/11/21-031 
86/11/21-475 



86/11/21-320 
86/11/21-338 



Meese, Edwin 



"Mental Finding" 



86/11/24-160 NSPG Meeting, 11/24/86 



85/03/05-216 
86/04/04-105 
86/11/21-455 
86/11/21-475 
86/11/21-500 
86/11/21-510 
86/11/21-511 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-542 
86/11/23-410 
86/11/23-411 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/24-188 
86/11/25-310 
86/11/25-339 
86/11/25-430 
86/11/25-445 
86/11/25-446 
86/11/25-730 



86/11/21-538 
86/11/21-540 
86/11/21-541 



North, Oliver 



North, Oliver: "24 or 48 
hours" 



86/11/22-661 Iran Initiative 



86/11/21-538 
86/11/21-540 



North-Meese Interview, 11/21/86 



194 



10 



Date 

86/04/04-105 
86/11/22-391 
86/11/23-300 
86/11/23-350 
86/11/23-360 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/23-380 
86/11/23-390 
86/11/23-391 
86/11/23-392 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-394 
86/11/23-395 
86/11/23-396 
86/11/23-397 
86/11/23-398 
86/11/23-399 
86/11/23-400 
86/11/23-401 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/23-410 
86/11/23-411 
86/11/23-412 
86/11/23-420 
86/11/23-421 
86/11/23-430 
86/11/23-431 
86/11/23-432 
86/11/23-512 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/25-420 
86/11/25-421 



86/11/23-400 North's Files 

86/11/23-401 

86/11/23-412 



Topic 
North-Meese Interview, 11/23/86 



Topic 
Oil-Drilling Equipment 



86/11/24-007 North's Rights, Warning of 



86/11/22-030 North's Simultaneous Shredding, 

86/11/22-031 11/22/86 

86/11/22-035 

86/11/22-036 

86/11/22-037 

86/11/22-600 



86/11/21-534 "not a Hercule Poirot 
investigation" 

86/11/21-452 Not an Investigation 



Date 

86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/21-320 
86/11/21-334 
86/11/21-337 
86/11/23-300 
86/11/23-400 
86/11/25-447 
86/11/25-448 



86/11/21-531 Overview, Not Investigation 



86/11/25-423 



86/04/04-105 
86/11/21-004 
86/11/21-022 
86/11/21-024 
86/11/21-106 
86/11/21-430 
86/11/21-440 
86/11/21-441 
86/11/21-455 
86/11/21-475 
86/11/21-481 
86/11/21-487 
86/11/22-605 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/24-003 
86/11/24-004 
86/11/24-051 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/24-185 
86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-408 
86/11/25-418 
86/11/25-445 
86/11/25-446 
86/11/25-526 
86/11/25-527 
86/11/25-727 
86/11/25-730 
86/11/25-731 



86/11/24-188 



Peres, Shimon 
Poindexter, John 



Poindexter, John: No Direct 
Questions Asked, 11/24/86 



86/11/21-534 "not ... an investigation at 
all, really" 



86/11/21-024 Notes 

86/11/21-032 

86/1 1/22- 163 

86/11/23-405 

86/11/23-412 

86/11/23-431 

86/11/24-002 

86/11/24-003 

86/11/24-070 

86/11/25-731 



86/11/24-178 
86/11/24-179 
86/11/24-180 
86/11/24-187 
86/11/24-188 
86/11/25-310 
86/11/25-408 
86/11/25-409 
86/11/25-446 
86/11/25-727 



86/11/25-339 
86/11/25-408 
86/11/25-409 
86/11/25-433 
86/11/25-446 



Poindexter-Meese Interview, 
11/24/86 



Poindexter-Meese Meeting, 
11/25/86 



195 



Date 
86/11/21-106 



86/11/21-510 
86/11/21-511 
86/11/21-512 



86/11/25-300 
86/11/25-310 
86/11/25-339 
86/11/25-404 
86/1 1/25-405 
86/11/25-409 



Topic 

Poindexter-Meese Phone Call, 
11/21/86 



Poindexter's Instructions to 
North 



Poindexter's Resignation 



11 



Regan, Donald 



Date Topic 

86/11/21-011 
86/11/21-475 
86/11/21-485 
86/11/24-050 
86/11/24-051 
86/11/24-062 
86/11/24-063 
86/11/25-013 
86/11/25-314 



86/11/21-532 Review of the Facts 



86/11/21-021 
86/11/21-031 
86/11/21-037 



Reynolds, William Bradford 



86/11/21-025 Precedent 



86/11/24-050 
86/11/24-051 

86/11/20-595 
86/11/21-011 
86/11/21-020 
86/11/21-356 
86/11/21-475 
86/11/21-480 
86/11/21-533 
86/11/22-661 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/23-400 
86/11/23-421 
86/11/24-002 
86/11/24-003 
86/11/24-006 
86/11/24-062 
86/11/24-063 
86/11/24-066 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/24-185 
86/11/24-187 
86/11/25-013 
86/11/25-447 



86/11/24-060 
86/11/24-400 



President Informed of Diversion 



President Ronald Reagan 



President-Meese Meetings, 
11/24/86 



86/11/21-021 
86/11/21-037 



86/11/23-370 
86/11/23-431 



86/11/23-411 
86/11/24-006 



86/11/21-500 
86/11/23-397 
86/11/23-401 
86/11/24-006 
86/11/25-449 



Richardson, John 



Secord, Richard 



Securing Documents 



Shredding Documents 



86/11/22-655 Shultz, George 



86/11/21-531 President's Instructions 



85/12/05-814 
86/11/21-356 
86/11/22-150 
86/11/22-151 
86/11/22-160 
86/11/22-161 
86/11/22-163 
86/11/22-164 
86/11/22-165 
86/11/22-166 
86/11/22-655 



Shultz-Meese Interview, 
11/22/86 



86/11/21-510 
86/11/21-511 
86/11/21-512 



President's Request 



86/11/21-570 
86/11/22-163 



Sofaer, Abraham 



Press Conference, 11/25/86 (see 
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S PRESS 
CONFERENCE) 



86/11/26-150 "Prosecutive Team" 



86/11/21-540 
86/11/21-541 
86/11/22-151 
86/11/22-161 
86/11/22-163 
86/11/22-164 
86/11/22-165 



Southern Air Transport 



86/11/24-183 
86/11/25-408 



Questions Not Asked 



86/11/22-170 
86/11/22-175 



Sporkin-Meese Interview, 
11/22/86 



86/11/25-526 Questions Remaining, 11/25/86 



86/11/21-037 Staffing 



196 



12 



Date 

86/11/21-038 
86/11/21-039 



86/11/20-595 Start 

86/11/21-020 

86/11/21-021 

86/11/21-022 

86/11/21-031 

86/11/21-106 

86/11/21-487 

86/11/21-531 

86/11/21-533 

86/11/21-534 

86/11/24-066 

86/11/25-446 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



President 



86/11/25-414 Amount Diverted 
86/11/25-430 



86/11/25-015 Attorney General 's 
86/11/25-415 Investigation (see also 
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S 
INVESTIGATION) 



86/11/25-420 Casey, William 



86/11/25-465 Coy, Craig 



86/11/21-008 Summary 



86/11/21-430 Thompson, Paul 

86/11/21-455 

86/11/22-605 



86/11/25-400 Diversion 

86/11/25-413 

86/11/25-415 

86/11/25-418 

86/11/25-420 

86/11/25-421 



86/11/25-447 TOU Transaction, Summer 1985 



86/04/04-201 Diversion Memo 



86/11/25-527 Uniform Code of Military 
Justice 



86/11/25-432 Fall Guy Plan 
86/11/25-433 



86/11/21-024 Vice President Bush 

86/11/24-002 

86/11/24-003 

86/11/24-070 

86/11/24-400 

86/11/25-013 



86/11/21-037 Webster, William 
86/11/22-165 



86/11/21-024 Weinberger, Caspar 

86/11/21-950 

86/11/25-025 



86/11/25-413 Finances of the Iran Arms Sales 



86/11/23-350 Financial Issues 



86/11/25-417 Findings, Presidential 



86/11/25-050 Green, Tom 



86/11/25-210 Hall, Fawn 



86/11/21-035 Weld, William 

86/11/21-038 

86/11/21-039 

86/11/21-041 

86/11/24-000 

86/11/24-005 

86/11/25-720 



86/11/28-200 White House Files Secured 



86/11/21-008 Iran-Contra Report 



86/11/25-413 Israel's Role in Iran Arms Deal 
86/11/25-417 



86/00/03-700 Ledeen, Michael 

86/00/03-770 

86/11/25-460 



86/11/24-008 Witnesses 



86/11/25-421 Legal Analysis of Diversion 



ATTORNEY GENERAL'S PRESS CONFERENCE, 
11/25/86 (see also ATTORNEY GENERAL'S 
INVESTIGATION; and MEESE, EDWIN) 

86/11/25-425 Administration Support for the 



86/11/21-730 North, Oliver 

86/11/25-414 

86/11/25-416 

86/11/25-420 



86/11/25-210 North's Dismissal 

86/11/25-400 

86/11/25-407 



86/11/25-432 Qualifiers/Qualifying Language 



197 



13 



Date 
86/11/25-430 



Topic 



Date Topic 

86/04/07-220 Iran-Contra Report 



86/11/25-423 Peres, Prime Minister Shimon: 
Cal I to Heese 



86/11/25-025 Planned 



86/11/25-318 Poindexter, John 

86/11/25-400 

86/11/25-414 

86/11/25-416 

86/11/25-418 



86/11/25-404 Poindexter's Resignation 
86/11/25-407 



86/11/25-414 President's Knowledge of 

Diversion 



86/04/07-200 Owen, Robert 



86/07/28-200 Poindexter, John 



86/07/28-200 President Reagan 



86/05/24-400 Project Democracy Reorgani- 
86/07/15-215 zation Plan 



86/05/02-080 Rodriguez, Felix 



86/07/28-200 Second, Richard 



86/11/25-417 President's Knowledge of Iran 
Transactions Before 1/86 



AYATOLLAH KHOMEINI (see KHOMEINI, 
AYATOLLAH RUHOLLAH) 



86/11/25-414 Questions 
86/11/25-415 
86/11/25-416 
86/11/25-417 



AYATOLLAH'S MONEY JOKE (see DIVERSION) 



86/11/25-417 Scapegoat 



86/11/25-050 Secord, Richard 



BACK CHANNEL 
85/11/17-125 Generally 



86/11/21-008 Summary 



86/11/21-031 Tentative Statements 



86/11/25-417 TOW Transaction, Summer 1985 
86/11/25-422 



86/11/25-414 Who Knew of the Diversion 
86/11/25-420 



AVIRGAN, TONY (see AVIRGAN-HONEY 
LAWSUIT) 



BAKER, JAMES A., Ill 
(Secretary of the Treasury, 
1/85-1/88; White House Chief of 
Staff and Assistant to the 
President, 1/81-1/85) 

84/06/25-095 "impeachable offense" 



BAKSHEESH 

86/02/24-410 Entitlement 



86/02/24-410 Hakim, Albert 

86/09/25-200 

86/09/25-201 



AVIRGAN-HONEY LAWSUIT 
(Lawsuit Involving as Plaintiffs 
Tony Avirgan and Martha Honey 
[2 Freelance Journalists] and 
the Christie Institute) 



85/12/22-102 Ledeen, Michael 



86/09/25-200 "j • th, Oliver 
86/09/25-201 



198 



u 



Date Topic 

"BANANA" (see ISRAEL) 



Date Topi c 

85/09/17-100 Weir's Release 



BARNES, MICHAEL (U.S. Representative, 
D-Hd., 1979-86; Former Chairman, 
Subconmittee on Western Hemisphere 
Affairs, HFAC) 

85/08/16-202 Inquiries About North 



BATHROOM BRIBE 

86/00/01-123 McFarlane, Robert 

86/00/01-100 North, Oliver 



85/08/16-160 Iran-Contra Report 



86/00/01-120 Poindexter, John 



85/08/16-150 Letter to McFarlane 

85/08/16-200 

85/08/16-292 

85/08/16-430 

85/08/16-431 

85/08/16-434 

85/08/20-150 

85/08/20-151 

85/09/12-100 

85/09/12-200 

85/09/30-100 

86/11/21-615 

86/12/08-200 



85/09/30-101 McFarlane, Robert 
85/09/30-102 



86/12/08-309 McFarlane, Robert: HFAC 
Testimony, 12/8/86 



85/09/12-110 McFarlane, Robert: Response 
Letter 



BATHROOM PROPOSAL 

86/00/01-010 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

86/00/01-011 

86/00/01-012 



86/00/01-123 McFarlane, Robert 



86/00/01-010 North, Oliver 
86/00/01-011 



86/00/01-042 Poindexter, John 

86/00/01-046 

86/00/01-123 



86/00/01-040 Why the Iran Initiative 
86/00/01-046 Continued 



85/08/16-204 McFarlane's Response Letter: 
Too Categorical 



85/08/16-210 NSC Visit, 10/17/85 

85/09/30-101 

85/09/30-102 

85/10/17-000 



BELLYBUTTON ACCOUNT (see 
BUTTON ACCOUNT) 



86/07/21-110 Poindexter, John: "I would not 
have been as categorical 
as . . . Mr. McFarlane" 



85/08/16-151 Poindexter Note 



85/08/31-103 "Private Blank Check" 



BERMUDEZ, ENRIQUE (Contra Leader; 
Military Commander of the FDN) 

85/03/00-300 Bermudez-Singlaub Weapons List 
85/04/00-100 



85/04/00-100 Bermudez-Singlaub-North Weapons 

85/04/25-200 List 

85/06/20-000 



86/11/21-610 Request for Documents 



85/07/01-010 Calero, Adolfo 



86/10/08-300 Casey, William 



BARTHOLOMEW, REGINALD (U.S. Ambassador 
to Lebanon, 1983-86) 



85/07/01-000 Miami Meeting, 7/85 



199 



Pate Topic 

84/01/00-009 Mining Nicaraguan Harbors 

85/02/15-001 North, Oliver 

86/04/20-200 Ownership of Resupply Equipment 

86/07/27-330 Resupply Operation 

85/02/15-001 Steelhammer Letter 



Date Topic 

86/02/27-302 
86/04/04-400 
86/12/10-006 



85/04/25-230 North, Oliver 

85/06/01-201 

86/02/27-300 

86/02/27-301 

86/02/27-302 

86/03/28-100 

86/06/10-090 



86/04/04-450 Poindexter, John 



15 



BETHESDA PROF 
86/06/11-101 Generally 



86/02/27-302 Secord, Richard 



85/05/06-150 Walker, David 



86/05/29-013 McFarlane, Robert 



"BG" (see NORTH, OLIVER) 



BODY AND SOUL INSTRUCTIONS 

84/10/03-150 McFarlane, Robert 
84/10/03-200 



BIBLE 

86/10/02-090 Galatians 3:8 

86/10/02-100 Inscribed by the President 



84/10/03-140 North's Contra Role 
84/10/03-150 



85/12/04-152 Poindexter, John 



85/12/04-152 President Reagan 



86/10/29-100 Napier, Shirley 



86/10/08-524 North, Oliver: Memo, 10/2/86 



86/10/02-090 President Reagan 
86/10/08-524 



86/10/02-090 Second Channel 



BLOOD AND GUTS (see NORTH, OLIVER) 



BOLAND AMENDMENT{S) 

85/07/00-200 Abrams, Elliott 
85/07/00-201 



84/10/03-326 Anti -Appropriations Law 



84/10/03-560 Appropriations Measure 



82/12/21-000 Boland I 



84/10/03-030 Boland II 



BLOWPIPES 
85/04/25-200 Cost 



84/10/12-050 Boland II Signed 



83/07/28-100 Boland-Zablocki Bill 



86/02/27-300 McFarlane, Robert 
86/02/27-301 



85/02/15-009 Calero, Adolfo 



84/10/03-230 Casey, William 



200 



16 



Date 



Topic 



8A/10/03-855 Central American Task Force Chief 

84/11/07-500 (C/CATF) 

85/03/05-500 

86/03/15-100 

86/09/09-300 



84/10/03-100 CIA 

84/10/03-460 

84/10/03-850 

84/10/03-855 

84/10/03-860 

84/11/07-500 

85/02/15-009 

85/12/04-154 

86/00/09-247 

86/03/15-100 



85/08/16-200 Congressional Inquiries About 
85/08/16-201 North 



86/12/08-205 Contra Funding 



Date Topic 

84/10/03-100 McFarlane Litany 



McFarlane, Robert 



84/10/03-210 
84/10/03-588 
84/12/04-005 
85/01/15-150 
85/03/25-100 
85/08/16-200 
85/08/16-201 
85/08/16-202 
86/07/21-127 
86/12/08-205 
86/12/08-309 
86/12/10-005 



84/10/03-320 McFarlane's Instructions 
84/10/03-324 



84/10/03-327 Meese, Edwin 

84/10/03-565 

86/11/25-423 



84/10/03-100 Department of Defense 
84/10/03-460 



84/10/03-565 Department of Justice 



04/10/03-100 Department of State 

84/10/03-460 

84/10/12-100 

85/07/00-200 

85/07/00-201 



84/10/03-000 Effective (Boland I!) 



84/12/04-005 End-User Certificates 



86/10/18-255 Foreign Government 
Contributions 



84/10/03-860 George, Clair 
86/03/15-100 



84/10/03-326 Intelligence Oversight Board 

84/10/03-327 

85/09/12-406 



84/10/03-855 Intelligence-Passing to the 
Contras 



84/10/03-030 Iran-Contra Report 

84/10/03-000 Law, the 

85/03/25-100 Legislative Strategy at NSC 

84/10/03-588 Legal Opinions 



86/08/12-115 "Moveable Feast" 



National Security Council (NSC) 
or NSC Staff 



84/10/03-100 
84/10/03-130 
84/10/03-131 
84/10/03-161 
84/10/03-230 
84/10/03-251 
84/10/03-300 
84/10/03-310 
84/10/03-325 
84/10/03-326 
84/10/03-327 
84/10/03-328 
84/10/03-330 
84/10/03-340 
84/10/03-500 
84/10/03-540 
84/10/03-560 
84/10/03-570 
84/10/03-588 
85/08/16-202 
85/08/16-434 
85/08/16-435 
85/09/12-400 
85/09/12-420 
85/09/12-500 
86/00/09-242 
86/00/09-247 
86/07/21-122 
86/07/21-125 
86/07/21-126 
86/08/06-115 
86/08/06-400 
86/08/12-115 
86/10/18-255 
86/12/10-005 



84/10/03-588 NSC Legislative Strategy 



84/10/03-324 North, Oliver 

84/10/03-440 

84/10/03-460 



201 



17 



Date 

84/10/03-600 
84/10/03-700 
84/10/03-710 
84/10/03-780 
84/10/03-875 
84/12/04-005 
85/03/05-500 
85/08/16-200 
85/08/16-201 
85/08/16-202 
85/08/16-420 
86/00/09-242 
86/05/16-450 
86/07/21-126 
86/12/08-309 
86/12/10-005 



Topic 



Date Topic 

84/10/03-330 White House Discussions 



BROWN, LT. GEN. ARTHUR E., JR. 
(Director, U.S. Army Staff) 

85/12/04-255 Congressional Notification 
86/03/07-100 



85/12/04-255 Poindexter, John 



84/10/03-600 Parameters (North) 



84/10/03-210 
84/10/03-326 
84/10/03-327 
84/10/03-328 
84/10/03-588 
85/01/15-150 
85/03/06-170 
85/03/25-100 
85/08/16-200 
85/08/16-432 
85/08/16-433 
85/09/12-406 
85/12/04-150 
85/12/04-154 
86/00/09-242 
86/05/15-412 
86/07/21-110 
86/07/21-122 
86/07/21-125 
86/07/21-126 
86/07/21-127 
86/08/06-115 
86/08/06-224 
86/08/06-300 
86/10/18-200 
86/10/18-255 



Poindexter, John 



BROWN, ROBERT 

85/06/01-200 Soldier of Fortune 



BRUNEI 

86/06/00-100 Abrams, Elliott 

86/06/00-110 

86/06/00-111 

86/06/00-150 

86/06/00-160 

86/06/00-165 

86/06/00-202 

86/06/00-400 

86/06/00-430 

86/06/00-440 

86/08/05-100 

86/08/06-400 

86/08/08-300 

86/08/09-100 

86/11/25-895 

86/11/25-896 

86/11/25-900 



84/10/03-100 
84/10/03-131 
84/10/03-161 



President Reagan 



85/08/16-435 President's View 



86/10/18-255 Private Donations to the 
Contras 



84/10/03-875 Second, Richard 



84/10/03-588 Sunnary 



86/06/00-165 Accountability 



86/06/00-440 Bank Account 
86/06/10-110 



86/06/00-165 Central American Task Force 
86/10/18-300 Chief (C/CATF) 



86/06/00-160 CIA 



86/11/25-900 Complete Confidentiality, 
Insistence on 



85/01/15-150 Third-Country Support for the 
Contras 



84/10/03-326 Thompson, Paul 



86/11/27-400 Deposit Stopped 

86/12/01-090 

86/12/01-100 

86/12/04-100 



86/06/00-420 Hakim, Albert 



86/00/04-715 Iran-Contra Report 



86/12/08-205 McFarlane, Robert 



202 



18 



Date Topic 

86/06/00-165 Humanitarian Purposes 



Date Topic 

86/06/00-150 Wrong Account 



86/08/08-300 Kenilworth, Mr. 



86/06/00-111 Lake Resources 

86/06/00-400 

86/06/00-420 



BUCK STOPS, WHERE THE 

86/00/02-600 Poindexter, John 
86/11/25-314 



86/00/02-601 President Reagan 



86/09/18-100 Money on the Way 

86/09/23-100 

86/09/26-100 

86/11/25-895 



BUCKLEY, WILLIAM (see HOSTAGES, U.S.) 



86/06/00-110 North, Oliver 

86/06/00-150 

86/06/00-160 

86/06/00-180 

86/06/00-400 

86/06/00-430 

86/06/00-435 

86/06/00-440 

86/08/08-300 



BURGHARDT, RAY (Special Assistant to 
the President; Senior Director 
for Latin American Affairs, NSC) 

86/05/16-290 NSPG Meeting, 5/16/86 



85/07/01-630 Restricted Interagency Group 
(RIG) 



85/04/11-277 Poindexter, John 

86/05/16-292 

86/06/10-101 

86/06/10-110 



86/06/00-420 Secord, Richard 



86/08/12-120 Resupply Operation 

86/08/12-121 

86/08/12-130 

86/08/12-150 



86/11/25-895 SSCI Briefing, 11/25/86' 
86/11/25-900 



86/06/00-110 Shultz, George 

86/06/00-111 

86/06/00-200 

86/06/00-202 

86/06/00-440 

86/06/10-101 

86/11/25-896 

86/11/25-900 



86/06/00-165 Solicitation 

86/06/00-200 

86/06/00-202 

86/06/24-400 

86/08/05-100 

86/08/06-400 

86/08/08-300 

86/08/09-100 

86/09/15-100 



86/12/05-400 Solicitation Disclosed 
86/12/08-100 



BURNS, ARNOLD (From 7/86, Deputy 
Attorney General, DoJ; Resigned 3/29/88) 

86/11/20-560 Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



86/11/20-560 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/11/20-597 Meese, Edwin 
86/11/20-605 



86/11/20-560 "Mysterious Assurance" 



BUSH, GEORGE (see VICE PRESIDENT 
GEORGE BUSH; alphabetized under 
subcategory "Vice President Bush," 
not "Bush, George" in all other 
entry listings) 



86/06/00-165 UNO 



203 



19 



Date 



Topic 



BUSTILLO, GEN. JUAN (Commander, 
El Salvadoran Air Force) 

86/11/11-100 Gregg, Donald 



Date 



Topic 



CALERO, ADOLFO (Contra Leader; Head 
of the FDN) 

Arms 



86/04/20-220 Ilopango 



86/05/20-900 Rodriguez, Felix 
86/11/11-100 



86/05/20-900 Vice President Bush 



85/05/25-300 
85/06/01-200 



85/04/25-200 
85/05/25-300 



-- dealers 



general ly 



-- prices 



86/01/19-145 Watson, Samuel 
86/11/11-100 



85/04/25-230 



85/06/20-000 



procurement 
shipment 



BUTTON ACCOUNT 
86/05/20-000 Derivation 



86/05/20-000 Hakim, Albert 

86/05/20-050 

86/05/20-110 

86/05/20-190 



86/03/05-240 Hakim's Will 



86/05/20-050 "Love at First Sight" 



84/07/00-080 
84/11/00-000 
84/11/00-050 
85/03/21-400 
85/04/01-699 
85/04/11-220 
85/04/25-200 
85/05/01-400 
85/06/01-205 



85/02/15-000 



transactions 



weapons list 



84/05/00-702 Bank Account Number to North 
84/05/00-703 



86/03/01-180 North, Betsy: in Philadelphia 



85/04/00-605 Bank Account Records 



86/05/20-110 North, Oliver 
86/05/20-190 



85/04/01-699 Bank Accounts 



BYRNE, PHYLLIS (Secretary for Donald 
Gregg) 

86/04/16-213 Gregg, Donald 
86/05/01-217 



86/04/16-210 "Resupply of the Contras" 

86/04/16-213 

86/04/16-220 

86/04/16-221 

86/04/16-222 

86/05/01-210 

86/05/01-217 



86/04/16-213 Watson, Samuel 

86/04/16-214 

86/04/16-220 

86/04/16-221 



84/07/00-080 Bank Deposits 

85/02/00-800 

85/10/00-040 



85/07/01-010 Bermudez, Enrique 



85/06/20-000 Bermudez- Sing laub- North 
Weapons List 



85/06/01-201 Blowpipes 



86/10/08-300 Casey, William 



85/02/06-320 Central American Task Force 
85/03/21-050 Chief (C/CATF) 



84/05/00-701 CIA 
85/02/15-008 



85/02/15-009 CIA: "more snoopers than helpers" 



204 



20 



Date 



Topic 



85/02/00-800 Channel I, Carl 
85/10/00-040 



Date Topic 

85/04/01-699 Lake Resources 
85/10/00-040 



85/04/01-200 Contra Aid Vote, 4/85 



85/02/15-009 Maps with Radar Installations 



84/05/00-700 Contra Funding 

84/05/00-701 

84/07/00-070 

84/07/00-080 

84/07/00-160 

85/02/00-800 

85/07/01-010 

86/05/16-461 



85/04/00-605 Marin, AquiUes 



85/04/01-699 Martin, Ron 
85/04/11-220 



85/04/01-699 McCoy, James 
85/04/11-220 



84/05/00-700 Contra Groups 
84/05/00-701 



86/04/10-230 Costa Rican Airstrip 



84/06/25-097 Country 2 
85/04/01-699 



85/06/01-205 Expenses 



84/12/04-008 McFarlane, Robert 
85/01/00-020 



86/08/28-100 Meeting on Contra Support, 
8/28/86 



85/07/01-000 Miami Meeting, 7/85 

85/07/01-010 

86/04/10-230 



84/05/00-701 FDN 



85/04/11-220 FDN Expenditures and Outlays 



84/05/00-700 FDN Size 



84/09/21-310 Funding Loss 
85/06/21-090 



85/02/00-800 Miller, Richard 
85/10/00-040 



84/01/00-009 Mining Nicaraguan Harbors 



85/02/06-100 Monimbo 

85/02/06-150 

85/02/06-320 



85/09/02-100 Garwood, Ellen 
84/07/00-100 Generally 



85/04/01-699 Gretch World 
85/04/11-220 



84/11/07-275 HINDS 



85/04/00-607 Hostages, U.S. 



84/07/00-070 "I had no reservations when I 
spoke to Colonel North" 



85/02/00-800 Intel Corporation Inc. 
85/04/01-699 



85/04/00-605 Lacayo, Eric 



84/05/00-702 North, Oliver 

84/05/00-703 

84/07/00-070 

84/07/00-080 

84/07/00-101 

84/07/00-500 

84/11/07-275 

84/11/07-330 

84/12/04-008 

85/02/00-800 

85/02/06-150 

85/02/15-001 

85/02/15-008 

85/02/15-009 

85/03/20-100 

85/03/21-050 

85/04/00-607 

85/04/01-200 

85/04/11-220 

85/07/01-010 

85/10/00-040 

85/11/22-800 

86/04/10-230 

86/06/10-090 



84/05/00-702 North, Oliver: Calero's 
"liaison with the United 
States Government" 



205 



Date 



Topic 



84/12/04-001 North, Oliver: Memo, yZ/U/Rl, 
84/12/04-003 



Date 

85/02/15-001 "20M . . . 
account" 



Topic 
in the usual 



21 



85/02/07-101 North, Oliver: Memo, 2/7/85 



85/03/16-090 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/16/85 



84/01/00-300 Owen, Robert 

84/08/20-000 

84/10/20-000 

85/02/15-000 

85/02/15-001 

85/02/15-009 

85/04/00-607 

85/06/01-201 



84/12/04-003 Walker, David 

84/12/04-008 

85/02/15-001 



85/02/15-000 Weapons List (see also Arms) 



85/04/25-230 Weapons Procurement (see also Arms) 



85/04/00-605 Wire Transfers 



86/03/17-100 Owen, Robert: Memo, 3/17/86 
86/03/17-101 



85/10/19-100 Owen's Wedding Present 
85/10/19-110 



CANADIAN INVESTORS/FINANCIERS 

86/10/17-100 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/17-102 



86/05/15-100 Pastora, Eden 



86/11/22-657 Casey, William 



85/04/00-690 President Reagan 



85/02/15-001 Resupply Operation 
86/04/10-230 



84/04/11-220 Secord, Richard 

84/05/00-703 

84/11/00-050 

85/04/01-699 

85/07/01-010 

86/04/10-230 



84/01/00-300 Singlaub, John 

84/05/00-703 

84/07/00-101 

85/02/07-101 

85/03/00-300 

85/06/01-205 

86/03/26-100 



85/02/15-001 Steelhammer Letter 
85/02/15-008 



86/10/24-401 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 
86/10/24-403 



86/11/19-715 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/10/11-116 Furmark, Roy 

86/10/17-100 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/17-102 

86/10/24-401 

86/10/24-403 



86/10/07-500 Ledeen, Michael 



86/11/22-657 Meese, Edwin 



86/10/11-116 Poindexter, John 



85/06/01-205 Studley, Barbara 



84/05/00-703 Third-Country Funding 



CANNISTRARO, VINCENT (Director of 
Intel ligence Affairs, NSC) 

85/11/20-050 ACE 



85/04/00-600 Traveler's Checks 

85/04/00-605 

85/04/00-607 

85/04/00-610 

85/04/00-611 

85/04/00-615 

85/04/01-700 

86/11/04-300 



86/05/14-300 Erria 



86/10/05-200 Hasenfus Crash 



206 



22 



Date Topic 

85/11/20-050 North, Oliver 

86/05/U-300 Poindexter, John 



CARLUCCI, FRANK (Assistant to the 
President for National Security 
Affairs, 12/86-1 1/87; Secretary of 
Defense, Since 11/87) 

86/12/03-102 Appointment As National 
Securi ty Adviser 



Date Topic 

86/00/03-717 Chief (C/CATF) 

86/00/60-145 

86/05/15-108 

86/06/00-166 

86/10/14-402 

86/10/18-300 

86/11/19-714 

86/11/19-715 

86/12/09-301 



85/03/05-100 CIA Briefing Materials on 
Contras 



86/01/17-093 CIA Excluded from the Iran 
Initiative 



CARVER, ALAN (Director, Conflict of 
Interest Crimes Branch, Public 
Integrity Office, DoJ, Until 1988; 
Currently with Fraud Division, DoJ) 

86/11/26-150 Criminal Investigation 



84/03/27-190 Clarridge, Duane 

86/01/17-090 

86/01/17-093 



84/11/07-277 Complaints About North 
84/11/07-330 



86/11/25-040 Congressional Briefing, 
11/25/86 



CASEY, WILLIAM (Director of Central 
Intelligence, CIA; died 5/6/87) 

86/10/17-100 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/17-102 



86/01/13-100 Arms for Hostages 
86/10/24-403 



85/04/25-232 Arms Transactions: Restric- 
t i ons 



86/11/25-420 Attorney General's Press 
Conference, 11/25/86 



84/10/03-230 Boland Amendments 

84/10/03-340 

84/10/03-560 

84/10/03-700 



85/10/03-815 Buckley, William 
86/00/01-187 



86/10/08-300 Calero, Adolfo 



84/06/06-100 Casey Accords 



86/01/17-075 Cave, George 
86/03/07-060 



84/11/07-510 Central American Task Force 



86/01/07-142 Congressional Notification 



Congressional Testimony, 
11/21/86 (see CASEY'S 
CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY, 
11/21/86) 



84/03/27-100 Contra Aid 

84/03/27-201 

84/03/27-202 

84/03/27-203 

84/03/27-204 

84/03/27-205 

84/03/27-206 

84/05/02-100 

86/01/09-300 

86/06/00-166 



86/01/09-300 Cooked Intelligence Issue 



85/06/18-500 Coors, Joseph 
85/06/18-510 



86/07/25-100 Costa Rican Airstrip 
84/03/27-111 Country One 



85/02/00-600 Country 2 Second Contribution 
86/06/16-080 to the Contras 



84/03/27-190 Country 6 



207 



Date 

86/11/23-430 
86/11/23-432 



Topic 



Credibi I i ty 



Date 

86/05/14-300 
86/05/15-385 
86/05/15-400 



23 



Topic 



86/11/21-720 Destroyed Documents 



Fall Guy Plan 



86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/04 

86/00/60 

86/03/07- 

86/10/11- 

86/10/11- 

86/10/24- 

86/11/10- 

86/11/19- 

86/11/19- 

86/11/20- 

86/11/20- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/22- 

86/11/22- 

86/11/22- 

86/11/22- 

86/11/22- 

86/11/22- 

86/11/22- 

86/11/22- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/24- 

86/11/24- 

86/11/24- 

86/11/24- 

86/11/24- 

86/11/25- 

86/11/25- 

86/11/25- 

86/11/25- 

86/11/25- 



-100 Diversion 

-500 

-510 

-520 

-530 

-550 

-561 

■570 

-690 

-700 

-710 

-709 

-130 

060 

116 

117 

402 

190 

714 

715 

663 

665 

790 

508 

509 

651 

652 

653 

655 

656 

657 

370 

380 

393 

396 

430 

700 

701 

704 

705 

706 

005 

006 

007 

010 

040 



86/11/20-663 Diversion: "I knew absolutely 
nothing about that" 



86/00/04-200 Diversion Memos 

86/00/04-500 

86/00/04-550 

86/11/13-024 

86/11/22-655 



86/00/03-170 Diversions, Other 



84/03/21-100 
84/03/21-110 
86/11/21-420 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-740 
86/11/21-790 
86/11/25-006 
86/11/25-135 
86/11/25-140 
86/12/10-210 



85/12/05-113 Finding, 12/5/85 

85/12/05-114 

85/12/05-126 

86/01/07-805 

86/11/22-512 



86/01/05-200 Finding, 1/3/86 



85/12/09-086 Finding, 1/17/86 

86/01/16-291 

86/01/17-060 

86/01/17-105 



86/00/03-561 Full -Service Covert Operation 

86/00/07-030 

86/00/07-800 

86/00/07-810 



Furmark, Roy (see FURMARK, ROY) 



86/10/24-401 
86/10/24-402 
86/10/24-403 



84/10/03-860 
84/11/07-510 
85/06/21-101 
85/06/21-105 
85/06/21-111 
85/09/00-050 
85/09/00-051 
85/09/00-070 
85/12/23-010 
86/00/03-561 
86/00/60-150 
86/00/60-200 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-120 
86/01/17-092 
86/01/17-093 
86/11/20-660 
86/11/20-663 
86/11/20-665 
86/11/25-140 



Furmark, Roy: 
10/24/86 



George, Clair 



Casey Memo, 



86/00/03-117 "Do I look like a man with 
cancer?" 



86/00/09-420 Get a Lawyer 



86/00/09-420 Erria 



85/06/21-105 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



208 



24 



Date Topic 

85/06/21-111 
85/12/09-170 
85/12/19-200 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-120 
86/01/17-093 
86/03/07-060 
86/10/24-401 



85/06/21-111 Ghorbanifar, Manucher: "agent 
to Israel" 



85/12/15-300 Ghorbanifar's Mock 

Assassination Proposal 



86/10/14-402 Hasenfus Crash 



Date 
86/12/10-200 

85/12/07-760 
85/09/00-070 



Topic 

Iran Initiative: "worth 
trying" 



Iranian Recipients of Arms: 
"damned if I know" who they 
were 



Israel's Demand That CIA Not Be 
Informed 



86/00/60-200 "last great buccaneer from OSS" 



85/06/21-111 
85/12/15-300 
85/12/19-200 



Ledeen, Michael 



85/06/21-101 Hashemi, Cyrus 



86/11/20-500 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/12/10-210 HFAC Testimony, 12/10/86: 
North As Scapegoat 



84/05/02-100 HPSCI, 5/2/84 



86/05/15-400 Indiscreet 



86/11/24-052 Informed of Diversion 

86/11/24-700 

86/11/24-701 

86/11/24-705 

86/11/24-706 



86/10/09-100 Insulating the CIA 



86/01/25-000 Intelligence Request by 
I ranians 



86/10/02-090 Intelligence to Iran 

86/10/24-403 Iran Arms Transactions: 
Financing 

86/10/07-500 Iran-Contra Report 



86/00/01-187 Iran Initiative 

86/01/07-830 

86/01/17-075 

86/01/17-090 

86/01/17-092 

86/01/17-093 

86/02/01-100 

86/05/00-550 

86/05/17-040 

86/12/10-201 



85/12/09-170 
85/12/09-171 



86/11/22-505 



London Meeting, 12/8/85: 
President's Briefing 



Lunch with Poindexter and 
North, 11/22/86 



85/04/25-232 Martin, Ron 



85/04/25-232 McCoy, James 



McFarlane, Robert 



84/03/27-100 
84/03/27-111 
84/10/03-540 
84/11/07-277 
85/03/21-500 
85/05/24-110 
85/06/21-105 
86/11/18-347 



86/01/25-000 McMahon, John 



86/00/09-690 
86/01/16-122 
86/11/21-024 
86/11/22-390 
86/11/22-650 
86/11/22-651 
86/11/22-652 
86/11/22-653 
86/11/22-654 
86/11/22-655 
86/11/22-657 
86/11/22-658 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/23-380 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-396 
86/11/23-430 
86/11/23-432 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/24-705 
86/11/25-005 
86/11/25-006 
86/11/25-007 



Meese, Edwin 



209 



25 



Date 

86/11/25-448 
86/11/26-200 



Topic 



84/03/27-100 Memo, 3/27/84 

84/03/27-111 

84/03/27-150 

84/03/27-190 

84/03/27-201 

84/03/27-202 



Date Topic 

86/11/21-420 
86/11/21-500 
86/11/22-400 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/25-135 
86/12/10-210 



86/00/60-115 North, Oliver: Complaints 
About 



85/03/21-500 Memo, 3/21/85 



84/11/07-277 North, Oliver: Discretion 



85/05/24-110 Memo, 5/24/85 



86/00/09-248 North, Oliver: Keeping Contras 
A I i ve 



85/12/19-200 Memo, 12/10/85 



84/01/00-005 Mining Nicaraguan Harbors 
84/06/06-100 



86/10/24-401 Moderate Iranians 



86/09/19-020 Napping Dogs Picture 



86/01/17-092 NSC 



84/06/25-095 NSPG Meeting, 6/25/84 



86/05/16-300 NSPG Meeting, 5/16/86 



86/11/21-790 



86/00/03-717 
86/00/60-100 
86/00/60-115 
86/00/60-120 
86/00/60-130 
86/00/60-145 
86/00/60-150 
86/00/60-200 



North, Oliver: Not Senior 
Enough 



North, Oliver: Relationship 
with Casey 



85/04/00-616 North's Ledger 



85/04/00-616 
86/11/04-300 



North's Traveler's Checks 



84/03/27-195 
84/10/03-580 
84/11/07-510 
85/03/06-165 
85/04/00-610 
85/12/05-114 
86/00/03-690 
86/00/09-160 
86/00/09-240 
86/00/09-242 
86/00/09-280 
86/00/09-410 
86/00/09-415 
86/00/09-811 
86/00/09-812 
86/00/60-145 
86/00/60-150 
86/00/60-200 
86/01/15-140 
86/01/16-291 
86/01/17-075 
86/01/17-090 
86/05/02-508 
86/05/15-108 
86/05/15-385 
86/05/15-405 
86/05/23-110 
86/09/13-100 
86/09/15-510 
86/10/08-900 
86/10/11-100 
86/10/11-112 
86/10/11-200 



North, Oliver 



84/07/00-160 
86/00/09-280 

86/09/15-510 



84/03/27-150 
84/11/07-330 
85/10/03-815 
85/12/05-114 
85/12/09-086 
85/12/09-171 
86/00/03-690 
86/00/09-242 
86/00/09-280 
86/00/09-415 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/07-353 
86/01/15-140 
86/01/16-291 
86/01/17-075 
86/01/18-105 
86/01/18-110 
86/05/00-550 
86/05/15-405 
86/05/16-292 
86/07/15-218 
86/07/15-220 



Off-shore Accounts 



Offer To Buy Aircraft for 
Contras Personally 



Other Covert Operations Funded 
by Iranian Arms Sales 



Poindexter, John 



210 



26 



Date Topic 

86/09/13-100 
86/10/11-116 
86/10/11-117 
86/10/24-402 
86/10/24-403 
86/11/22-652 
86/11/25-135 
86/12/10-210 



86/11/22-505 Poindexter, John: Lunch, 

86/11/22-506 11/22/86 

86/11/22-507 

86/11/22-508 

86/11/22-509 

86/11/22-512 



86/11/20-534 Poindexter, John: Taped 
86/11/20-535 Conversations, 11/86 
86/11/22-507 



Date Topic 

85/12/09-086 
85/12/23-010 
85/12/23-100 
86/01/07-353 
86/01/17-613 
86/01/18-105 
86/01/18-110 
86/02/00-100 
86/05/00-000 
86/05/15-108 
86/05/15-405 
86/06/21-700 
86/09/13-100 



86/01/15-140 Second, Richard: "agent for 
the CIA" 



86/05/15-405 Second, Richand: "Dick Second 
is a gneat patniot" 



85/03/21-500 Pnesident Reagan 

85/12/05-114 

86/00/03-720 

86/00/60-810 

86/12/10-200 



86/09/03-100 Sequential Release of Hostages 
85/06/21-101 Shaheen, John 



86/11/24-701 President's State of Mind 



85/05/24-110 Pnivate Donons 



86/01/07-811 Shultz, Geonge 

86/05/00-609 

86/11/15-516 

86/12/08-150 



86/07/15-200 Pnoject Democnacy and 
86/07/15-201 Reonganization Plan 
86/07/15-217 
86/07/15-218 



85/04/25-232 Singlaub, John 
86/05/15-108 



84/06/26-100 Smith, William Fnench 



86/11/25-005 Regan, Donald 



86/11/24-700 Regan Meeting, 11/24/86 

86/11/24-701 

86/11/24-704 

86/11/24-705 

86/11/24-706 



86/00/09-420 Resupply Openation 

86/06/21-700 

86/07/15-217 



86/10/07-110 Southern Ain Tnanspont 
Investigation 



86/05/00-609 Standing Down on the Iran 
Initiative 



86/05/23-110 Suicide Pills 



86/01/17-092 "taking the fall aften youC're] 
86/11/25-140 dead is the last gneat fall" 



86/12/10-210 Scapegoat 
86/11/22-508 Second Channel 



86/12/09-100 Second Channel Continued 
86/12/12-100 Negotiations, 12/86 
86/12/13-060 
86/12/13-061 



84/07/00-110 Second, Richand 

84/07/00-112 

84/07/00-165 

84/10/03-580 



86/11/25-135 Taking the Hit up the Line 



86/00/09-811 Tambs, Lewis 
86/07/25-100 



86/05/23-110 Tehran Tnip, 5/86 



84/03/27-100 Third-Countny Aid to the 

84/05/25-100 Contnas 

84/06/25-095 

84/06/26-100 

85/03/21-500 

86/05/00-000 



211 



27 



Date 



Topic 



86/10/18-300 Third-Country Approach for 
86/12/09-301 Contra Aid 



85/12/05-1U Transmittal Letter, Authorship 
of 



Date 
86/11/20-536 



86/11/20-531 
86/11/20-606 
86/11/20-607 
86/11/21-030 



Topic 
Congressional Notification 

Cooper, Charles 



86/00/03-500 Ultimate Irony 
86/00/03-550 



86/10/08-300 "Uncle Bill" 



86/12/10-200 Vice President Bush 
86/12/10-201 



85/03/06-165 Walker, David 



86/01/17-092 Weakness 



86/11/20-663 Diversion Mentioned at CIA 

86/11/20-665 Meeting to Prepare Casey's 

Testimony 



86/11/20-500 "Fixed by Omission" 



86/11/20-660 
86/11/20-663 



86/11/20-660 
86/11/20-663 
86/11/20-665 



Gates, Robert 



George, Clair 



86/01/15-140 Weinberger, Caspar 



85/08/06-020 White House Meeting, 8/6/85 



85/12/07-100 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 
85/12/07-141 



86/01/07-805 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 
86/01/07-830 



86/01/16-290 White House Meeting, 1/16/86 
86/01/16-291 



86/11/10-036 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 
86/11/10-041 



86/11/23-380 Work Relationship 



CASEY'S CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY, 
11/21/86 (see also CASEY, WILLIAM) 

86/11/21-020 Attorney General's 
Investigation 



86/11/20-560 Burns, Arnold 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/11/20-542 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-030 
86/11/21-087 
86/11/21-355 



86/11/20-532 Hughes-Ryan Amendment 



86/11/19-301 
86/11/20-532 
86/11/20-534 
86/11/20-536 
86/11/20-540 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/20-560 
86/11/20-595 
86/11/20-597 
86/11/20-600 
86/11/20-601 
86/11/20-602 
86/11/20-605 
86/11/20-606 
86/11/20-607 
86/11/20-608 
86/11/21-030 
86/11/21-355 



86/11/20-500 
86/11/20-520 
86/11/20-531 
86/11/20-601 
86/11/21-087 



Meese, Edwin 



North, Oliver 



86/11/20-500 Casey, William 



86/11/20-500 CIA 



86/11/20-550 "Concocted" 



86/11/20-400 
86/11/20-500 
86/11/20-520 
86/11/20-537 
86/11/20-538 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/20-550 
86/11/20-560 
86/11/20-570 
86/11/20-580 



Oil -Drilling Equipment 



82-742 O - 88 — 



212 



28 



Date 

86/11/20-590 
86/11/20-601 
86/11/20-602 
86/11/21-097 



86/11/18-161 
86/11/18-162 
86/11/20-531 
86/11/20-532 
86/11/20-536 
86/11/20-537 
86/11/20-540 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/20-543 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/20-601 
86/11/21-087 
86/11/21-097 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



Poindexter, John 



CASTILLO, TOMAS (alias used by a 
former CIA Chief of Station of a 
Central American Country) 

85/09/01-200 Abrams, Elliott 

85/09/01-210 

85/09/01-220 



84/07/00-300 Background 



85/12/09-400 Central American Task Force 

86/04/10-121 Chief (C/CATF) 

86/04/10-122 

86/04/10-123 

86/07/12-100 

86/07/12-101 

86/07/12-102 



85/11/25-210 
86/11/19-301 
86/11/20-400 
86/11/20-500 
86/11/20-520 
86/11/20-531 
86/11/20-532 
86/11/20-534 
86/11/20-536 
86/11/20-537 
86/11/20-538 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/20-597 
86/11/20-600 
86/11/20-601 
86/11/20-660 
86/11/20-663 
86/11/20-665 
86/11/21-087 
86/11/21-355 
86/11/25-561 



Preparation 



83/00/00-200 Chamorro, Pedro (Negro) 



85/07/25-200 Costa Rican Airstrip 

85/07/25-300 

85/07/25-310 

85/08/29-100 

85/08/29-101 

85/09/01-210 

85/09/21-200 

85/10/01-400 

85/10/01-500 

86/06/01-200 

86/06/15-400 



84/01/25-300 KL-43 
86/04/00-400 



86/04/12-100 KL-43 to North, 4/12/86 



86/11/20-543 Preparation Meeting: Attendees 
86/11/21-355 Shultz, George 



86/11/20-550 Sofaer, Abraham 

86/11/20-560 

86/11/20-570 

86/11/20-580 

86/11/20-590 

86/11/20-605 



86/11/20-550 Southern Air Transport 



86/11/20-543 "too many people" at 
86/11/20-544 Preparation Meeting 



86/11/20-532 Wallison, Peter 

86/11/20-570 

86/11/20-590 



86/04/10-101 Lethal Drop 
86/04/10-200 



84/08/00-100 North, Oliver 

86/00/09-190 

86/03/00-400 

86/03/00-430 

86/04/12-100 

86/06/16-300 



85/08/29-100 Owen, Robert 

86/04/07-200 

86/04/07-201 



86/03/00-400 Poindexter, John 



86/03/00-400 President Reagan 



86/03/00-430 Quintero, Rafael 
86/06/16-300 



86/04/08-100 Resupply Operation 



213 



Date Topic 

86/04/10-095 
86/OV12-100 
86/06/16-300 



86/03/00-430 Secord, Richard 



86/03/26-180 Singlaub, John 



85/07/01-500 Tambs, Lewis 

85/07/25-300 

85/08/29-100 

85/09/01-000 

86/06/01-200 

86/06/15-400 



86/03/00-430 Udall Corp. 



Date Topic 

86/10/02-090 Intelligence to Iran 

86/05/06-300 London Meeting, 5/6/86 

86/11/24-155 NSPG Meeting, 11/24/86 



86/03/10-200 North, Oliver 

86/04/03-100 

86/09/08-100 



86/09/19-020 OEOB Meeting, 9/86 
86/09/19-025 



O'Neil, Sam (alias for Cave) 



86/03/07-000 Paris Meeting, 3/86 



29 



CATF OR C/CATF (see CENTRAL 
AMERICAN TASK FORCE CHIEF) 



CAVE, GEORGE (Retired CIA Officer; 
CIA Contract Employee) 

86/03/07-060 Casey, William 



86/10/24-401 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



86/05/28-750 Dawa Prisoners 
86/10/08-715 



86/03/07-060 Diversion 

86/07/29-200 Frankfurt Meeting, 7/29/86 

86/10/08-300 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 

86/12/13-100 Frankfurt Meeting, 12/86 



86/10/08-525 Poindexter, John 
86/10/08-527 



86/00/04-550 Second Channel 

86/10/08-525 

86/10/08-700 

86/11/23-900 

86/12/13-062 



86/10/08-527 Second Channel Negotiations: 
"wide latitude" 



86/07/29-200 Sequential Release of Hostages 



86/09/20-110 STTGI Meeting, 9/86 



86/05/28-750 Tehran Trip, 5/86 
86/10/24-402 



86/04/03-100 Tehran Trip: Preparations 



86/04/03-100 Washington Meeting, 4/3/86 



86/11/07-331 White House Chronologies 
86/11/07-332 



86/10/24-401 Furmark, Roy 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



86/02/24-412 George, Clair 



C/CATF OR CATF (see CENTRAL AMERICAN 
TASK FORCE CHIEF) 



86/03/07-060 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

86/04/03-100 

86/05/28-750 

86/10/24-402 



CENTRAL AMERICAN TASK FORCE 
CHIEF (C/CATF) 

85/07/01-210 Abrams, Elliott 



214 



30 



Date 

85/07/01-650 
86/03/15-100 
86/05/15-108 
86/06/00-165 
86/10/14-400 
86/10/14-410 



86/04/10-120 
86/04/10-121 



Topic 



Accountabi I ity 



Date 

86/03/15-101 
86/04/10-120 
86/04/10-121 
86/04/10-122 
86/40/10-123 
86/07/12-100 
86/07/12-101 
86/07/12-102 
86/07/15-240 
86/08/12-131 



Topic 



85/12/09-401 Alcoholics' Creed 



86/08/28-120 
86/08/28-121 



85/08/29-250 



"Battle Royal" Meeting on 
Contra Support 



"big gaping hole in my 
testimony" 



86/11/19-710 CIA Courier Mentions Diversion 
86/11/19-712 to Casey and/or C/CATF 



86/05/02-700 Clines, Tom 
86/08/12-130 



86/02/01-293 Conner Air 



84/10/03-855 
84/11/07-500 
85/03/05-500 
86/03/15-100 
86/09/09-300 



Bo I and Amendment (s) 



85/07/01-650 Contra Aid 
85/07/01-651 



86/05/15-109 Contra Funding: Sources 



86/06/00-165 
86/06/00-166 
86/10/18-300 



Brunei 



85/03/21-050 Calero, Adolfo 



86/11/19-715 Canadian Investors 



84/11/07-510 
86/00/60-145 
86/05/15-108 
86/06/00-166 
86/10/14-402 
86/10/18-300 
86/11/19-710 
86/11/19-712 
86/11/19-714 
86/11/19-715 
86/12/09-301 



Casey, Wi 1 1 iam 



85/07/01-650 Costa Rican Airstrip 

85/07/25-305 

85/08/29-250 

85/12/09-400 

86/00/09-435 

86/09/05-247 

86/12/09-300 



85/12/09-401 Costa Rican Airstrip: North's 
Pictures 



86/09/05-247 Costa Rican Airstrip Press 
Conference 



86/10/05-182 Covert Operations, Generally 
86/10/14-400 Cute Answers 



86/00/03-717 



85/12/09-400 
86/03/15-101 
86/04/10-121 
86/04/10-122 
86/04/10-123 
86/07/12-100 
86/07/12-101 
86/07/12-102 



85/12/15-170 
85/12/15-171 



Casey, William: "Do I look 
like a man with cancer?" 



Castillo, Tomas 



Central American Trip, 12/85 



86/11/19-710 Diversion 
86/11/19-712 
86/11/19-714 
86/11/19-715 



86/04/07-215 Drugs and Contras 

86/05/15-108 

86/05/15-109 

86/05/15-110 



85/08/29-250 Duemling, Robert 

85/10/01-510 

86/03/00-800 



86/09/09-300 Dutton, Robert 



86/03/15-100 CIA Contra Activities, 1986 



215 



31 



Date 
86/09/09-300 FDN 



Topic 



86/08/28-120 Full-Service Covert Operation 
86/08/28-121 



86/11/19-714 Furmark, Roy 
86/11/19-715 



86/02/01-293 Gadd, Richard 

86/02/01-294 

86/03/00-800 

86/12/09-301 



Date Topic 

86/04/10-121 
86/04/10-122 
86/07/12-100 



86/04/10-120 Lethal Drop: "a dumb idea" 
86/04/10-122 



86/10/14-401 "Lying ... is a kiss of 
death, a Judas kiss" 



84/11/07-500 Maps 
85/02/15-010 



84/10/03-860 George, Clair 

84/11/07-510 

85/03/21-050 

86/00/09-435 

86/03/15-100 

86/10/14-400 

86/10/14-401 

86/10/14-405 



85/07/01-650 McFarlane, Robert 
85/07/01-651 



86/05/12-103 Melton, Richard 



86/10/14-402 "member of the administration 
team" 



85/10/01-510 Green, Mr. 



86/08/12-130 Gregg, Donald 
86/08/12-131 



86/10/14-400 Hasenfus Crash 

86/10/14-401 

86/10/14-402 

86/10/14-410 



85/02/06-320 Menges, Constantine 



86/04/07-215 Miami U.S. Attorney's 
Investigation 



84/11/07-500 MIGs 
84/11/07-501 



84/11/07-500 HINDS 
84/11/07-501 



85/03/21-050 Money to Contra Leaders 
85/03/21-051 



86/10/14-400 HPSCI Testimony, 10/14/86 

86/10/14-401 

86/10/14-402 

86/10/14-405 

86/10/14-410 



86/12/09-300 HPSCI Testimony, 10/14/86: 

"frankly technically correct, 
specifically evasive" 



85/02/06-320 Honimbo 



86/10/14-400 "most difficult decision" 



85/02/06-320 Motley, Langhorne 



86/06/00-166 NSPG Meeting on Contra Aid, 
5/16/86 



86/04/07-215 Hull, John 



85/02/06-320 "I don't do dumb things." 



86/02/01-293 NHAO 

86/02/01-294 

86/06/00-166 



84/10/03-855 Intelligence-Passing to the 

84/11/07-500 Contras 

84/11/07-501 

85/02/06-320 

85/03/05-500 

86/03/15-101 



86/03/15101 KL-43 



84/10/03-855 North, Oliver 

84/11/07-500 

84/11/07-510 

84/11/07-501 

85/00/09-160 

85/02/06-320 

85/02/15-010 

85/03/05-500 

85/03/05-501 

85/03/07-100 

85/03/21-050 

85/03/21-051 



216 



32 



Date 

85/07/01-650 
85/07/25-305 
85/10/01-510 
85/12/09-401 
85/12/15-170 
85/12/15-171 
86/00/03-717 
86/00/09-435 
86/00/60-145 
86/02/01-293 
86/02/01-294 
86/03/00-800 
86/03/15-100 
86/03/15-101 
86/04/07-215 
86/04/10-120 
86/05/02-700 
86/05/15-108 
86/07/15-240 
86/08/28-120 
86/08/28-121 
86/09/05-247 
86/10/14-402 
86/10/14-410 
86/11/19-715 
86/12/09-300 



86/10/14-405 

85/03/21-050 
86/00/03-717 

86/10/14-405 

85/12/09-401 
86/07/15-240 



84/11/07-510 
85/07/01-651 
85/12/09-400 
86/04/10-120 
86/08/12-131 



84/11/07-500 
85/02/15-010 
85/08/29-250 
86/04/07-215 



Topic 



North, Oliver: "Adminis- 
tration's point man for 
rallying and directing private 
aid to the resistance forces" 



North, Oliver: "inter- 
face . . . between donors" 



North, Oliver: "threw curves, 
speed balls and spit balls to 
get what he wanted" 



North's Contra Role: "it was 
no secret in Washington" 



North's "neon signs" 



North's Offer to Sell the CIA 
the Private Benefactors' 
Equipment 



Nutcracker, in the 



Date Topic 

86/04/07-215 Posey, Tom 



86/00/09-435 Private Benefactors 
86/10/14-405 



86/02/01-293 Quintero, Rafael 



85/07/01-630 Restricted Interagency Group 

85/07/01-650 (RIG) 

85/07/01-651 



85/10/01-510 
86/00/07-810 
86/00/09-470 
86/02/01-293 
86/02/01-294 
86/03/00-800 
86/03/15-100 
86/03/15-101 
86/04/10-120 
86/04/10-121 
86/04/10-122 
86/04/10-123 
86/07/12-100 
86/07/12-101 
86/07/12-102 
86/08/12-130 
86/08/12-131 
86/09/09-300 
86/10/14-400 
86/10/14-401 



85/10/01-510 
85/12/15-170 
86/02/01-294 
86/04/10-123 
86/08/12-130 
86/12/09-301 



Resupply Operation 



Rodriguez, Felix 



Owen, Robert 



85/03/05-500 SA-7s 



85/03/05-500 Secord, Richard 

85/03/05-501 

86/00/09-460 

86/02/01-293 

86/03/15-100 

86/03/15-101 

86/05/15-108 

86/07/12-100 

86/10/14-401 



86/05/15-108 Singlaub, Richard 



86/12/09-300 SSCI Testimony, 12/9/86 
86/12/09-301 



86/05/15-108 
86/05/15-109 
86/05/15-110 



Pastora, Eden 



86/12/09-301 SSCI Testimony, 12/9/86: 
"walking on egg shells" 



86/02/01-293 Southern Air Transport 



217 



33 



Date 



Topic 



85/07/01-210 Southern Front 

86/03/15-100 

86/04/10-120 

86/09/09-300 

86/10/14-400 



85/07/01-210 Tambs, Lewis 
85/07/25-305 



86/04/10-120 Tayacan Manual 



85/10/01-510 Ten Percent Rule 
86/03/00-800 



86/05/02-700 Terpil, Frank 



86/10/18-300 Third-Country Approach for 
86/12/09-301 Contra Aid by the CIA 



86/11/19-710 Tower Board 
86/11/19-712 



86/08/28-121 UNO 



86/04/10-123 UNO South Communicator 
86/07/12-100 



86/05/02-700 Wilson, Edwin 



86/10/05-182 "You have got to have a moral 
compass." 



Date Topic 

84/05/00-701 Calero, Adolfo 

85/02/15-008 

85/02/15-009 



85/02/15-009 Calero, Adolfo: "more snoopers 
than helpers" 



86/00/09-812 Casey, William 
86/01/13-100 



85/07/01-401 Central American Task Force 



86/03/15-100 Central American Task Force 
86/03/15-101 Chief (C/CATF) 
86/07/12-100 
86/07/12-101 



86/11/07-001 CIA Chronology 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/18-348 



83/07/12-100 "Christmas List" to DoD, 7/83 



86/05/14-300 Clines, Tom 



86/03/15-100 Contra Activities, 1986 

86/03/15-101 

86/04/10-120 

86/04/10-121 

86/04/10-122 

86/04/10-123 

86/07/12-100 

86/07/12-101 

86/07/12-102 

86/07/15-240 

86/08/12-131 



CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (CIA) 
86/10/14-300 Abrams, Elliott 

86/01/15-300 "agent" 

86/01/07-800 Arms Export Control Act 

86/01/13-100 Arms for Hostages 



84/05/00-701 Contra Funding 

85/03/05-100 

85/07/01-650 

85/07/01-651 

86/01/09-300 



86/01/09-300 Cooked Intelligence Issue 



86/00/07-255 Covert Operations 
86/00/07-256 



86/01/17-105 Authorized Agent 



86/11/07-331 Coy, Craig 



84/10/03-850 Bo I and Amendments 

84/10/03-860 

85/02/15-009 



84/07/25-100 Burn Notice 



83/07/12-100 Department of Defense 



86/00/03-560 Diversion 
86/00/03-561 



85/11/23-225 Cables 
85/11/23-226 



86/03/07-200 Doubts About Iran Initiative 
86/05/05-400 



218 



34 



Date 



Topic 



86/01/07-800 Economy Act 
86/01/13-100 



86/05/14-300 Erria 



Date Topic 

85/09/04-507 Ledeen, Michael 

85/11/25-706 

85/12/22-100 

85/12/22-101 

85/12/22-102 



86/00/07-300 Financial Accounting 



86/01/17-105 Finding, 1/17/86: Cover Memo 



86/01/07-800 Foreign Assistance Act 



85/09/04-507 McFarlane, Robert 

86/11/07-001 

86/11/18-348 



85/12/22-100 Meeting with Ledeen, 12/22/85 

85/12/22-101 

85/12/22-102 



86/00/03-560 General Practices 
86/00/03-561 



82/09/21-100 Nicaragua, 1982 



84/10/03-860 George, Clair 

85/06/21-101 

85/09/00-070 

86/01/17-092 

86/07/15-230 

86/10/14-200 

86/10/14-300 

86/10/14-350 



84/07/25-100 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

85/12/09-172 

86/05/05-400 



86/03/07-200 Nir, Ami ram 



85/06/03-300 North, Oliver 

85/12/09-401 

86/00/09-250 

86/00/09-430 

86/00/09-811 

86/00/09-812 

86/03/07-200 



84/11/07-275 North, Oliver: Memo, 11/7/84 



86/10/14-200 Hasenfus Crash 
86/10/14-300 



86/10/09-100 North's Contra Activities 



85/06/21-101 Hashemi, Cyrus 



86/05/23-928 HAWK Spare Parts: Financing 



86/07/15-230 North's Offer To Sell the CIA 
86/07/15-240 the Private Benefactors' 
86/10/14-300 Equipment 



85/12/07-760 Oil -Drilling Equipment 



85/12/07-760 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



85/12/22-102 Overcharging the Iranians 



86/10/09-100 Insulating the Agency 



85/09/04-507 Iran Arms Transactions, Summer 
1985 



86/00/04-726 Oversight of Covert Operations 



82/03/21-400 Pastora, Eden 



86/01/15-300 Iran Arms Transfers: 
Legal i ties 



85/11/23-225 Privacy Channel 
85/11/23-226 



85/09/00-070 Iran Initiative 
85/12/07-760 



86/03/07-200 Iran Initiative: CIA Doubts 
86/05/05-400 



86/01/17-255 Iran-Iraq War 



85/09/00-070 Israel's Demand That CIA Not Be 
Informed 



86/00/09-812 Project Democracy 

86/07/15-200 

86/07/15-201 

86/07/15-225 



86/00/07-185 Reserve for Contingencies 



86/10/14-350 Resupply Operation 



86/07/15-230 Sale of Private Benefactors' 



219 



35 



Date 



Topic 



86/07/15-240 Aircraft by North to CIA 
86/10/14-300 (Offer) 



86/07/15-220 Sale of Second Operation to CIA 
(Offer) 



Date Topic 

85/08/01-400 Garwood, Ellen 

85/09/02-100 

86/01/01-100 

86/04/01-400 

86/12/01-500 



86/03/07-200 "slices of salami" in Iran 
Initiative 



85/08/01-405 Iran-Contra Report 

85/08/01-410 

86/00/04-715 



86/07/15-225 Secord-Hakim Operation: Sale 
to CIA 



85/03/16-097 McFarlane, Robert 



85/05/04-102 SNIE on Iran, 1985 



85/09/02-400 North, Oliver 
86/03/28-120 



86/05/23-110 Suicide Pills: "like the 

controls on nuclear weapons" 



86/03/27-400 O'Boyle, William 
86/09/30-300 



85/07/01-401 Tambs, Lewis 



86/12/01-500 Oliver North Legal Defense Fund 



86/11/20-535 Taped Conversations, Generally 



85/09/00-120 Secord Account 



86/10/18-300 Third-Country Approach for 
86/12/09-301 Contra Aid 



84/05/25-100 Third-Country Funding for 
84/05/28-100 Contras 



CHAPMAN, JOHN R. (Branch Chief for 
Medium Low Altitude Air Defense 
Systems, Materiel Management 
Directorate, DoD) 



86/02/17-100 TOW Transaction, 2/86 



86/06/21-680 Impact of Iran Arms Transfers 
on U.S. Military Readiness 



86/01/13-100 TOWs: Payment Arrangements 



86/01/13-100 TOUs: Transfer Agreements 



86/10/14-200 Vectoring Information 



CHIEF OF THE CENTRAL AMERICAN TASK 
FORCE (C/CATF) (see CENTRAL AMERICAN 
TASK FORCE CHIEF) 



83/07/12-100 "wish list" to DoD, 7/83 



CHOU EN LAI (Premier, People's Republic 
of China, 1949-76) 



CHAMORRO, PEDRO JOAQUIN (NEGRO) 
(Contra Leader) 



86/05/24-000 McFarlane, Robert 



83/00/00-200 Call to the CIA from a Pay 
Phone 



86/09/19-015 North, Oliver 



83/00/00-200 Castillo, Tomas 



CIA (see CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY) 



CHANNELL, CARL R. (SPITZ) 
(Private Fundraiser; NEPL) 

85/02/00-800 Calero, Adolfo 
85/10/00-040 



CICIPPIO, JOSEPH (see HOSTAGES, U.S.) 



220 



36 



Date 



Topic 



CLARK, WILLIAM P. 
(Assistant to the President for 
National Security Affairs, 1982-83; 
U.S. Secretary of the Interior, 
1983-85) 

82/07/12-100 Gregg, Donald 



82/07/12-100 Nicaragua Finding Proposed, 
7/82 



82/07/12-100 Poindexter, John 



Date 

85/11/21-313 
85/11/23-221 



86/05/15-420 
86/05/15-421 



85/11/23-223 
85/11/23-223 
86/02/18-400 



Topic 



Erria 



Finding 



Flight Clearances 



Frankfurt Meeting, 2/86 



CLARRIDGE, DUANE (DEWEY) 
(To Retire from a Classified Position 
at the CIA, 5/1/88; Chief, European 
Division, CIA Directorate for 
Operations, 10/84-2/86; Chief, 
Latin American Division, CIA, 
8/81-10/84) 



Allen, Charles 



85/11/21-305 
85/11/21-306 
85/11/21-307 
85/11/21-308 
85/12/03-101 
85/12/04-005 



85/11/21-313 Cables Missing 



84/03/27-201 Casey, William 

84/03/27-202 

84/03/27-203 

84/03/27-204 

84/03/27-205 

84/03/27-206 

84/03/27-210 

86/01/17-090 



84/03/27-190 Casey, William: Memo, 3/27/84 
85/12/04-005 Cave, George 



84/03/27-200 Contra Aid 

84/03/27-201 

84/03/27-202 

84/03/27-203 

84/03/27-204 

84/03/27-205 

84/03/27-206 



84/03/27-190 Country 6 
84/03/27-195 



86/00/07-815 
86/05/15-420 
86/05/15-421 



84/03/27-210 
85/11/23-223 
85/11/23-224 
85/11/23-226 
85/11/23-231 



86/01/17-090 
85/12/15-300 



85/11/21-300 

85/11/21-305 

85/11/21-306 

85/11/21-307 

85/11/21-308 

85/11/21-309 

85/11/21-310 

85/11/21-311 

85/11/21-312 

85/11/21-313 

85/11/21-314 

85/11/23-200 

85/11/23-210 

85/11/23-220 

85/11/23-221 

85/11/23-222 

85/11/23-223 

85/11/23-231 

85/11/23-300 

85/11/23-400 

85/11/24-100 

85/11/25-200 

85/11/27-100 

85/12/03-100 

85/12/03-101 

85/12/04-005 

85/12/04-006 

85/12/11-100 



Full -Service Covert Operation 



George, Clair 



Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

Ghorbanifar's Mock 
Assassination Proposal 

HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



85/11/23-231 "Dewey damned well knew that 
John McMahon was angry" 



85/11/21-312 Diplomatic Note 



86/05/22-100 Hostage Recovery Plan 



86/01/17-090 
86/01/24-703 



Iran Initiative 



221 



37 



Date 
85/11/21-309 



85/06/21-111 
85/12/10-151 
85/12/15-300 



84/03/27-205 



85/11/21-309 
85/12/04-006 



84/03/27-190 
85/11/23-221 
85/11/23-222 
85/11/23-223 
85/11/23-231 



86/00/09-248 



Topic 
Landing Clearance, 11/85 

Ledeen, Michael 

Lemmings Analogy 
McFarlane, Robert 

McMahon, John 



Date 



Topic 



NSC Staff Contra Support 
Activities 



84/06/25-097 NSPG Meeting, 6/25/84 



84/03/27-195 
84/06/25-097 
85/11/21-305 
85/11/21-307 
85/11/21-308 
85/11/21-312 
85/11/21-314 
85/11/23-221 
85/11/23-222 
85/11/23-223 
85/12/04-005 
85/12/04-006 
86/00/09-160 
86/00/09-811 
86/00/09-812 
86/01/24-703 
86/05/22-100 



86/01/24-703 



North, Oliver 



Notional Timeline for Operation 
Recovery 



85/12/04-006 Poindexter, John 
86/00/09-248 



86/00/09-440 Resupply Operation 



85/11/21-305 Second, Richard 

85/11/21-307 

85/11/21-311 

85/11/21-312 

85/12/04-005 



84/03/27-200 Third-Country Funding for the 

84/03/27-201 Contras 

84/03/27-202 

84/03/27-203 

84/03/27-204 

84/03/27-205 

84/03/27-206 

84/03/27-210 



85/11/23-222 "this is criminal" 
85/11/23-223 



84/12/02-100 Walker, David 
84/12/27-100 



85/12/03-101 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



CLINES, THOMAS 
(International Arms Dealer; CIA 
Operative, 1949-78) 

84/11/00-000 Arms Transactions 



86/05/02-700 Central American Task Force 
86/10/05-182 Chief (C/CATF) 



86/05/14-300 CIA 



85/11/21-307 
85/11/21-308 
85/11/21-309 
85/11/21-311 
85/11/21-312 
85/11/21-313 
85/11/21-314 
85/11/23-200 
85/11/23-220 
85/11/23-221 
85/11/23-222 
85/11/24-100 
85/11/25-200 



85/11/21-309 
85/11/21-310 



Oil -Drilling Equipment 



Overflight Clearance, 11/85 



85/03/21-400 Generally 
85/05/01-400 



85/11/19-200 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/07/01-000 Miami Meeting, 7/85 

86/05/02-700 North, Oliver 

86/02/10-101 Owen, Robert: Memo, 2/10/86 

86/03/17-100 Owen, Robert: Memo, 3/17/86 



85/11/21-314 Pilots' Report of Cargo 



86/00/04-726 Profits 
86/08/01-100 



222 



38 



Date 



Topic 



86/08/08-100 Resupply Operation 

86/08/08-252 

86/08/08-255 

86/08/08-257 

86/08/08-283 

86/08/12-110 

86/08/12-120 



86/06/25-310 Rodriguez, Felix 

86/08/08-280 

86/08/08-282 



Date Topic 

86/08/06-116 
86/08/06-117 
86/08/06-200 
86/08/06-202 
86/08/06-250 



86/04/14-200 Leaks from Congress 

86/04/14-205 

86/08/06-100 



86/11/25-730 Lies to Congress 



COHEN, HAROLD G. (N.J. Attorney) 
86/09/27-100 Hakim, Albert 



84/10/03-370 McFarlane, Robert 



85/08/16-270 North's Not Showing "a Single 
Word" to Congress 



86/09/27-100 North, Betsy 



86/09/27-100 Zucker, Willard 



COMPAGNIE DE SERVICES FIDUCIARES 
(CSF) 

85/07/00-010 Generally 
85/07/00-030 



86/10/10-100 Zucker, Willard 



CONGRESS 

84/06/06-100 Casey Accords 



85/02/15-001 "Congress must believe that 
there continues to be an 
urgent need for funding" 



87/07/21-250 Poindexter on Congressional 
87/07/21-251 Opposition to a President's 
87/07/21-252 Policies 



86/10/18-200 Poindexter on Withholding 
86/10/18-201 Information on Contra Funding 



CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING, 
11/12 OR 11/13/86 

86/11/12-200 Attendees 



86/11/12-201 Contra Connection Withheld 



86/11/12-200 Iran Initiative 



86/11/12-200 Poindexter, John 
86/11/12-201 



84/10/03-370 Contra Aid Policies 



86/10/07-120 Hasenfus Crash 



86/06/24-100 House Resolution of Inquiry on 

86/06/24-200 North 

86/07/21-100 

86/07/21-120 

86/07/21-121 

86/07/21-122 

86/07/21-150 

86/08/06-050 

86/08/06-051 

86/08/06-100 

86/08/06-101 

86/08/06-110 

86/08/06-115 



CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING, 11/25/86 
86/11/25-040 Casey, William 

86/11/25-040 Meese, Edwin 



CONRAD, DANIEL (Executive Director, 
NEPL; Sole Shareholder, Public 
Management Institute) 

86/04/29-304 Iran-Contra Report 



223 



39 



Date Topic 

CONTRA AID 

84/10/03-370 Administration Policies 

83/07/28-100 Boland-Zablocki Bill 



86/05/16-291 Bridge Financing Options 
86/05/16-292 



84/05/00-700 Calero, Adolfo 

84/05/00-701 

84/05/00-702 

84/05/00-703 

84/07/00-080 

85/02/00-800 

85/06/01-205 

85/07/01-010 

86/05/16-471 



84/03/27-111 Casey, William 

84/03/27-203 

84/03/27-204 

84/03/27-205 

84/03/27-206 

84/05/02-100 

85/03/05-100 

86/01/09-300 



84/03/27-100 Casey, William: Memo, 3/27/84 

84/03/27-201 

84/03/27-202 



Date Topic 

84/04/20-100 
84/05/09-100 
84/05/11-100 
84/05/23-100 



84/05/00-200 Country 2 

84/05/00-400 

84/05/00-450 

85/02/00-400 

85/02/00-410 

85/02/00-600 

85/03/15-400 



84/04/16-100 Country 3 
84/05/25-100 
84/05/28-100 
84/12/04-011 



85/04/11-206 "current donors" 



83/12/08-000 Defense Appropriations Act 



86/10/18-250 Delays in $100 Million Aid 
Package 



85/03/25-100 Distinctions in Types 

85/04/11-275 

85/04/11-276 

85/04/11-277 



85/07/01-650 Central American Task Force 
85/07/01-651 Chief (C/CATF) 
86/05/15-109 
86/06/00-166 



85/05/24-100 Generally 



84/06/25-095 "impeachable offense" 



85/07/01-650 CIA 
85/07/01-651 



84/03/27-200 Clarridge, Duane 

84/03/27-201 

84/03/27-202 

84/03/27-203 

84/03/27-204 

84/03/27-205 

84/03/27-206 



85/06/21-090 Lake Resources 



84/03/27-110 McFarlane, Robert 

84/03/27-111 

84/08/07-100 

85/03/20-100 

85/04/11-205 

85/04/11-206 

85/07/01-650 

85/07/01-651 



86/10/18-140 Congress Loosens Restrictions 

86/10/18-150 

86/10/18-200 

86/10/18-201 



86/10/18-150 Mixed Loads 



84/04/18-102 NSC 
85/09/04-070 



84/10/03-370 Congressional Policies 
86/01/09-300 Cooked Intelligence Issue 



84/01/13-100 NSDD Draft, 1/84-2/84 



84/06/25-095 NSPG Meeting, 6/25/84 



84/02/00-000 Country 1 
84/03/27-110 
84/03/27-111 
84/04/17-100 



86/05/02-530 NSPG Meeting, 5/16/86 
86/05/16-448 



224 



40 



Date Topic 

85/05/31-100 Near-Term Outlook Memo, 5/31/85 



Date 



Topic 



87/05/13-100 President's Statement on ConOra 
Support, 5/13/87 '"■' 



84/01/13-100 North, Oliver 

84/02/07-100 

84/12/04-011 

85/03/20-100 

86/05/16-470 

86/10/18-150 



85/01/15-100 North, Oliver: Memo, 1/15/85 
85/03/16-095 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/16/85 



85/04/11-200 North, Oliver: Memo, 4/11/85 

85/04/11-205 

85/04/11-206 



85/05/31-100 North, Oliver: Memo, 5/31/85 



86/05/02-503 North, Oliver: Proposal To 
Seize Part of Nicaragua 



84/07/00-150 Off -Shore Accounts 



86/10/18-250 O'Neill, Thomas P. 
86/10/18-251 



84/07/02-000 Owen, Robert: Memo, 7/2/84 



86/00/04-502 PROF, 5/16/86 



86/04/21-100 Running Out 



86/06/10-110 Secrecy 



86/06/10-110 Shultz, George 



86/05/16-446 $6 Mi U ion Avai lable 
86/05/16-448 



86/05/15-109 Sources 
86/05/16-460 



82/09/27-100 Statutory Restrictions 

83/12/08-200 

84/10/01-200 

85/08/08-200 

85/08/08-210 

85/12/04-100 

86/10/18-100 

86/10/18-140 



84/07/00-200 Summary 

85/04/11-200 

85/04/11-205 



85/03/25-100 Poindexter, John 

85/04/11-270 

85/04/11-275 

85/04/11-277 

86/04/04-106 

86/04/04-107 

86/05/02-530 

86/05/16-291 

86/05/16-292 

86/05/16-443 

86/05/16-446 

86/05/16-470 

86/10/18-140 

86/10/18-200 

86/10/18-201 

86/10/18-250 



84/02/07-100 President Reagan 

85/04/11-270 

85/04/11-275 

85/12/04-152 

87/05/13-100 

87/05/13-105 



84/04/11-260 President's Awareness of 
85/04/11-265 Sources 



86/05/16-470 Swiss Bank Accounts 



84/03/27-111 Teicher, Howard 



84/12/04-011 Third Countries 



86/05/16-448 Third-Country Bridge Funding 
Proposal 



85/04/11-206 Third-Country Seizure of Arms 
Shipped to Contras 



84/04/16-100 Third-Country Support 

84/05/25-100 

87/05/03-105 

87/05/13-100 



85/04/01-200 Timing the Contra Aid Vote, 
4/85 



86/05/02-500 President's Proposal of 
86/05/02-503 Unilateral Action 
86/05/02-506 
86/05/02-511 



86/11/22-657 Furmark, Roy 



225 



41 



Date Topic 

CONTRAS 

84/05/00-700 Calero, Adolfo 

Drugs (see DRUGS) 

84/05/00-700 Factions 

84/05/00-700 Groups 

84/05/00-700 Indian Groups 

84/05/00-700 Size 



Date 

86/11/21-320 
86/11/21-330 
86/11/21-333 
86/11/21-334 
86/11/21-337 



86/11/07-100 
86/11/07-110 
86/11/10-082 
86/11/17-400 
86/11/20-595 
86/11/20-597 
86/11/20-606 
86/11/20-607 
86/11/20-608 
86/11/21-030 
86/11/22-657 
86/12/17-100 



Topic 



11/21/86 



Meese, Edwin 



84/05/00-700 Southern Front 



86/12/17-100 
86/12/17-105 



Memo on Iran Arms Transactions, 
12/17/86 



86/11/23-410 North, Oliver 



COOPER, CHARLES (Assistant Attorney 
General, Office of Legal Counsel, DoJ, 
until 7/88) 

86/11/17-400 Arms Export Control Act 



86/11/21-031 Attorney General's 
86/11/21-037 Investigation 
86/11/21-039 



86/11/20-531 
86/11/20-532 
86/11/20-543 
86/11/21-475 



86/11/19-400 



Poindexter, John 



President's News Conference, 
11/19/86 



86/11/20-400 Casey's Congressional 
86/11/20-580 Testimony, 11/21/86 
86/11/20-595 
86/11/21-030 



86/11/26-150 Criminal Investigation 



86/11/07-100 DoJ Investigation of the Iran 

86/11/12-100 Initiative 

86/11/17-400 



86/11/22-150 
86/11/22-160 



86/11/20-580 
86/11/20-590 
86/11/21-570 
86/11/23-970 



86/11/07-100 
86/11/19-400 



Shultz-Meese Interview, 
11/22/86 



Sofaer, Abraham 



Thompson, Paul 



86/11/22-657 Diversion Memo 



86/11/25-720 Weld, William 



86/11/12-100 Finding, 1/17/86 
86/11/17-400 



86/11/12-100 
86/11/17-400 



White House Chronologies 



86/11/24-500 Green, Tom 
86/11/24-510 



86/12/17-100 Iran Arms Transfers: Legality 



COORS, JOSEPH (Private Donor to the 
Contras; Vice Chairman and Director of 
the Adolph Coors Co.) 

85/06/18-500 Lake Resources 



86/11/21-356 McFarlane, Robert 



85/06/18-500 Maule 
85/06/18-510 



86/11/18-353 McFarlane-Meese Interview, 



226 



42 



Date Topic 

85/09/00-120 Second Account 



CORBIN, JOAN (Secretary, STTGI) 
86/11/27-020 Napier, Shirley 



Date 

85/09/01-200 
85/09/01-201 
85/09/01-210 
85/09/01-220 
85/09/21-200 
85/10/01-400 
85/10/01-500 
86/05/31-200 
86/06/15-400 



Topic 



86/11/19-600 Shredding at STTGI 
86/11/27-020 



CORR, EDWIN (U.S. Ambassador to El 
Salvador, Since 1985) 

86/08/12-100 Resupply Operation 

86/08/12-120 

86/08/12-121 

86/08/12-122 

86/08/12-130 

86/08/12-150 

86/08/12-151 



86/05/01-250 Rodriguez, Felix 
86/05/01-325 



86/01/19-145 Watson, Samuel 



85/07/25-310 Castillo's Idea 



85/07/01-650 Central American Task Force 

85/07/25-305 Chief (C/CATF) 

85/08/29-250 

85/12/09-400 

85/12/09-401 

86/00/09-435 

86/09/05-247 

86/12/09-300 



85/09/01-201 CIA 

85/10/01-500 

85/12/09-041 



85/11/01-400 Construction Underway 



85/08/25-100 Costs 



85/08/25-100 Cover 



COSTA RICAN AIRSTRIP 

85/09/01-000 Abrams, Elliott 

85/09/01-001 

85/09/01-100 

85/09/01-200 

85/09/01-201 

85/09/01-210 

85/09/01-220 

85/09/01-600 

85/09/01-640 

85/09/05-230 

85/09/06-100 

85/12/09-401 



5/12/09-401 Armacost, Michael 



85/07/25-250 Authorization 



85/09/01-001 Casey, William 

85/09/01-201 

86/07/25-100 



85/07/25-200 Castillo, Tomas 

85/07/25-300 

85/08/29-000 

85/08/29-100 

85/08/29-101 

85/09/01-001 



85/12/09-401 Crocker, Col. 



85/07/25-200 Deed to Property 
86/09/03-400 



85/08/29-250 Duemling, Robert 
85/12/09-401 



86/09/25-095 Exposure 

86/09/25-100 

86/09/30-100 



85/08/25-100 Farm, The 

85/07/25-201 Funding 

86/00/09-435 George, Clair 

85/08/25-100 Gringo Cover 

85/10/01-300 Gadd, Richard 

85/10/01-300 Hakim, Albert 

85/10/01-400 Hamilton, Joseph 



227 



43 



Date 



Topic 



86/09/05-195 Iran-Contra Report 
86/09/25-095 



85/09/01-201 Lent, John 



85/12/09-401 Michel, James 



85/12/09-401 Moellering, John 



86/12/09-300 "Neon Light" About North's 
Activities 



85/07/01-650 North, Oliver 

85/07/25-250 

85/08/22-220 

85/08/25-100 

85/09/01-001 

85/09/01-201 

85/09/01-210 

85/09/01-600 

85/09/21-200 

85/10/01-300 

85/10/01-400 

85/10/01-500 

85/12/09-051 

85/12/09-060 

86/00/09-196 

86/00/09-435 

86/01/01-500 

86/09/03-400 

86/09/05-200 

86/09/05-230 

86/09/05-238 

86/09/05-240 

86/09/05-241 

86/09/05-247 

86/12/09-300 



Date Topic 

85/09/01-201 
85/12/09-040 
85/12/09-041 
85/12/09-045 
85/12/09-051 
85/12/09-060 
86/00/09-196 
86/01/01-500 
86/09/05-239 
86/09/05-241 



85/04/11-270 President Reagan 

85/12/09-040 

85/12/09-041 

85/12/09-045 

85/12/09-050 

85/12/09-051 

85/12/09-060 

86/00/09-196 

86/00/09-247 



86/09/05-195 Press Conference in Costa Rica 

86/09/05-200 

86/09/05-201 

86/09/05-230 

86/09/05-238 

86/09/05-239 

86/09/05-240 

86/09/05-241 

86/09/05-245 

86/09/05-247 

86/09/06-100 



85/09/01-600 Private Benefactors 
85/09/01-640 



86/05/08-210 Problems 



85/12/09-401 North's Pictures 



85/08/25-100 Rental 



85/08/22-220 Olmstead, Jack or Robert (alias 
85/09/21-200 for Haskell, William) 
85/10/01-300 
85/10/01-400 



86/12/09-300 Restricted Interagency Group 
(RIG) 



85/10/01-400 Quintero, Rafael 



84/10/20-100 Owen, Robert 
85/08/29-000 
85/08/29-101 
85/08/29-400 



86/09/03-400 Sale Proposed 



85/12/09-401 Sanchez, Nestor 



85/08/25-100 Owen, Robert: Memo, 8/25/85 

85/08/25-100 Panamanian Company 

85/08/29-100 Photographs 

86/06/01-200 Plane Stuck in the Mud 



85/10/01-300 Secord, Richard 
85/12/09-051 



85/07/25-320 Secord' s Idea 



85/09/01-112 Shultz, George 

85/09/01-640 

86/09/06-100 



85/04/11-270 Poindexter, John 



86/05/31-200 Shut Down 



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Date 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



85/07/25-200 Tambs, Lewis 

85/08/22-220 

85/08/29-000 

85/09/01-000 

85/09/01-001 

85/09/01-100 

85/09/01-200 

85/09/01-201 

85/09/01-600 

86/01/01-500 

86/05/31-200 

86/07/25-100 

86/09/03-400 

86/09/05-200 

86/09/05-230 



84/05/00-200 Contras, First Contribution to 

84/05/00-400 

84/05/00-450 



85/02/00-400 Contras, Second Contribution to 

85/02/00-410 

85/02/00-600 

85/02/00-650 

85/03/15-400 

86/05/16-351 

86/06/10-100 

86/06/16-080 

86/06/16-090 

86/06/16-100 



85/07/25-201 U.S. Embassy 



85/03/16-095 "current donors" 
85/03/16-096 



85/03/15-400 DoD Dealings 



COUNTRY 1 

84/03/27-111 Casey, William 



84/05/00-500 Inducements to Contribute to 
Contras 



84/03/27-110 Contra Support 
84/03/27-111 



84/02/00-000 McFarlane, Robert 

84/03/27-110 

84/03/27-111 

84/04/17-100 

84/04/20-100 



84/04/17-100 NSC Approach for Contra Aid 

84/04/18-100 

84/04/18-102 

84/04/20-100 

84/05/09-100 

84/05/11-100 

84/05/23-100 



84/03/27-111 Teicher, Howard 

84/04/17-100 

84/04/20-100 

84/04/20-200 

84/05/09-100 

84/05/11-100 

84/05/23-100 



85/02/00-390 Iran-Contra Report 



84/05/00-200 McFarlane, Robert 

84/05/00-425 

85/02/00-630 

85/02/00-650 

85/04/11-205 

85/04/11-206 

85/06/30-101 

85/09/12-110 

86/06/16-080 

86/12/08-205 

86/12/08-206 

86/12/10-006 

87/02/08-100 



84/05/00-500 North, Oliver 

85/04/11-205 

85/04/11-206 



85/03/16-095 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/16/85 
85/03/16-096 



85/04/11-205 North, Oliver: Memo, 4/11/85 
85/04/11-206 



COUNTRY 2 

84/05/00-703 Calero, Adolfo 

84/07/00-080 

85/02/00-800 

85/04/01-699 



84/12/04-250 Poindexter, John 

85/02/00-630 

85/02/00-631 

86/05/16-470 

86/06/16-080 

86/06/16-150 



86/06/16-080 Casey, William 



85/03/16-095 Contras, Contributions to 
85/06/30-101 



84/10/03-210 President Reagan 

85/02/00-630 

85/04/11-205 

86/06/16-080 



229 



45 



Date 



Topic 



84/05/00-200 President Reagan Informed of 
85/08/16-435 First Contribution to the 
Contras 



85/02/00-400 President's Knowledge of Second 
85/02/00-600 Contribution to the Contras 
85/08/16-435 



85/06/30-101 Quid Pro Quo for Contribution 
to Contras 



85/06/21-090 Second, Richard 



85/02/00-600 Shultz, George 

85/02/00-631 

85/02/00-650 

86/06/16-080 

86/06/16-150 



Date Topic 

85/10/00-010 Shultz, George 



85/06/30-100 Sigur, Gaston 

85/06/30-101 

85/08/00-000 

85/09/00-100 

85/09/00-110 

85/09/00-120 

85/10/00-000 



86/05/08-501 Singlaub, John 
86/05/12-101 



84/11/28-200 Singlaub's Solicitation 

84/11/28-250 

85/01/00-300 

85/02/07-100 

86/05/00-400 

86/05/00-450 



84/05/00-500 Stingers 



85/02/00-631 Vessey, John 
86/06/16-080 



86/06/16-080 Vice President Bush 



84/05/00-200 Vice President Informed of 
First Contribution 



COUNTRY 4 

84/12/04-010 Missiles 

84/11/28-140 NSC Staff Solicitations 

84/12/04-100 North Memo, 12/4/84 



86/06/16-080 Weinberger, Caspar 



84/11/28-100 North, Oliver 

84/12/04-010 

84/12/04-011 



COUNTRY 3 

85/08/00-010 Contribution 



84/11/28-100 Sigur, Gaston 



85/06/30-101 McFarlane, Robert 
85/10/00-000 



86/05/08-501 Melton, Richard 
86/05/12-101 



COUNTRY 5 

86/05/08-501 Melton, Richard 

85/06/21-000 North, Oliver 



85/06/30-100 North, Oliver 

85/06/30-101 

85/08/00-000 

85/09/00-100 

85/09/00-110 

85/09/00-120 

85/10/00-000 



85/09/00-100 Owen, Robert 

85/09/00-110 

85/09/00-120 



85/06/21-000 Sigur, Gaston 



86/05/08-501 Singlaub, John 



84/11/28-200 Singlaub's Solicitation 

85/01/00-400 

85/02/07-100 

86/05/00-400 

86/05/00-450 



85/09/00-120 Secord Account 



230 



46 



Date 
COUNTRY 6 



Topic 



84/03/27-190 Clarridge, Ouane 
84/03/27-195 



84/03/27-190 McHahon, John 



Date 



Topic 



86/10/05-181 "frankness is still the best 

and only way to make it work" 



86/09/15-510 Funded by Iranian Arms Sales 

86/09/15-511 

86/09/15-513 

86/09/15-514 



84/03/27-195 North, Oliver 



84/04/18-100 Shultz, George 



86/00/03-560 George, Clair 

86/00/03-561 

86/10/05-181 



86/00/07-258 Intelligence Authorization Act 



COUNTRY 7 

86/10/00-340 Steele, James 



86/01/09-000 Joint Israeli -U.S. Operations 



86/10/05-180 Lie, a 

86/10/05-181 

86/10/05-182 



COUNTRY 8 

85/10/08-100 Radios for the Contras 



86/00/07-255 NSC Staff 
86/00/07-256 



85/01/18-100 NSDD 159 



COURIER, THE (see OWEN, ROBERT) 



86/09/15-510 North, Oliver 

86/09/15-511 

86/09/15-513 

86/09/15-514 

86/10/05-181 

86/11/21-720 



COVERT ACTION 

86/00/02-637 Poindexter, John 



86/00/04-726 Oversight 



86/11/21-720 Plausible Deniability 
86/11/24-010 



COVERT OPERATIONS 
86/01/17-351 Agents, Use of 

86/09/15-510 Casey, William 



86/10/05-182 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/00/07-255 Poindexter, John 
86/00/07-256 



86/00/04-726 Poindexter, John: 

Micromanagement of Covert 
Operations by Congress 



86/00/03-560 Profit 



86/00/07-255 CIA 
86/00/07-256 



86/09/15-510 TA-1, TA-2 
86/09/15-514 



86/00/03-560 CIA General Practices 
86/00/03-561 



86/00/07-258 Congressional Reporting 
Requirements 



86/09/15-510 TH-1, TH-2, TH-3 

86/09/15-513 

86/09/15-514 



86/09/15-513 DEA Hostage- Rescue Operation 



231 



Date 

COVEY, JOCK 
(NSC Staff Member) 



Topic 



85/04/00-120 Ledeen, Michael 
85/05/04-102 



Date 



Topi c 



86/11/25-544 President's Call to North, 
86/11/25-545 11/25 or 11/26/86 



86/07/15-250 Project Democracy 



47 



86/10/06-140 Resupply Operation 



COY, LT. CMDR. CRAIG (6/85-3/86: 
Staff Member of Vice President's 
Task Force on Terrorism; 3/86-2/87: 
Staff Member of Crisis Management 
Center at NSC; since 2/87, Assistant 
to the Attorney General with 
National Drug Policy Board) 

86/11/21-011 Attorney General's 

Investigation, 11/21-11/25/86 



86/11/25-465 Attorney General's Press 
Conference 



86/11/07-331 CIA Chronology 



86/09/19-025 Second Channel: OEOB Meeting, 
9/86 



86/07/15-250 Secord, Richard 
86/10/06-140 



86/05/23-924 Tehran Trip, 5/86 

86/05/23-925 

86/05/23-926 

86/05/29-080 



86/11/07-330 White House Chronologies 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/07-332 



86/07/15-250 Democracy, Inc. 
86/10/06-140 



86/11/25-465 Diversion 



86/05/23-924 Earl, Robert 
86/05/23-926 
86/11/25-544 
86/11/25-545 



CRAWFORD, IAN 
(Crew Member, Contra Resupply 
Operation) 

86/04/20-220 Ilopango 



85/03/05-216 Hall, Fawn 



86/10/06-140 Hasenfus Crash 



CROCKER, COL. 

85/12/09-401 Costa Rican Airstrip: North's 
Pictures 



86/05/23-928 HAWK Spare Parts: Financing 



86/05/29-080 McFarlane, Robert 
86/11/13-002 



86/05/23-924 North, Oliver 

86/05/23-925 

86/05/23-926 

86/05/29-080 

86/07/15-250 

86/10/06-140 

86/11/07-330 

86/11/25-465 

86/11/25-544 

86/11/25-545 



86/05/23-926 Poindexter, John 



86/09/19-025 Prayer Towel for Second Channel 



86/11/13-002 President's Address, 11/13/86 



CROWE, ADMIRAL WILLIAM J., Jr. 
(Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 
from 1986) 

86/06/21-630 Armitage, Richard 



86/06/21-678 Department of the Army 

Inspector General's Report 
on Depletions 



86/06/21-640 Economy Act 

86/06/21-678 HAWK Repair Parts: Depletion 

86/06/21-632 HAWK Spare Parts 

86/06/21-675 Impact of Arms Transfers on 



232 



48 



Date Topic 

86/06/21-676 I ran- Iraq War 



86/06/21-677 Impact of Arms Transfers on 
86/06/21-678 U.S. Readiness 



86/06/21-677 Intelligence to Iran 



Date 



Topic 



CURTISS-URIGHT, UNITED STATES v. (299 
U.S. 304 [1936]) 

86/00/07-252 I ran- Contra Report 



86/00/07-250 North, Oliver 
86/00/07-251 



86/01/17-740 Iran Initiative 

86/01/17-750 

86/06/21-630 

86/06/21-632 

86/06/21-640 

86/06/21-650 

86/06/21-670 

86/06/21-675 

86/06/21-676 

86/06/21-677 

86/06/21-678 



86/06/21-677 Iraqi Battlefield Strategy 



CUSTOMS SERVICE INVESTIGATIONS (see 
U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE INVESTIGATIONS) 



DALLAS MEETING, 8/84 
84/08/20-000 Generally 



86/06/21 630 Moellering, John 

86/06/21-632 

86/06/21-670 



86/06/21-670 NSC/NSC Staff 

86/06/21-676 

86/06/21-677 



DAWA PRISONERS 
86/10/08-570 Approval 

86/10/08-701 Buckley, William: Kidnapping 



86/06/21-630 North, Oliver 



86/01/17-740 Poindexter, John 



86/06/21-675 TOW Missiles 
86/06/21-676 



86/06/21-670 TOW Transfers to Iran 
86/06/21-640 Weinberger, Caspar 
86/06/21-677 "Wow" 



86/05/28-750 Cave, George 
86/12/14-200 



86/12/14-100 Dunbar, Charles 
86/12/14-200 



86/10/08-306 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 
86/10/08-421 



86/12/14-200 George, Clair 
86/10/08-307 Hakim, Albert 
86/10/08-710 Jenco, Lawrence: Release 



CRUZ, ARTURO (Contra Leader) 
85/03/20-100 North, Oliver 

85/03/16-090 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/16/85 



CSF (see COMPAGNIE DE SERVICES 
FIDUCIARES) 



86/10/08-307 9-Point Plan 

86/10/08-421 

86/10/08-703 

86/10/08-704 

86/10/10-300 



86/10/08-500 North, Oliver 

86/10/08-526 

86/10/08-570 

86/10/08-580 

86/10/10-300 

86/11/11-300 

86/12/14-200 



233 



Date 

86/10/08-526 
86/10/08-527 
86/10/08-530 
86/10/08-701 
86/10/08-703 
86/10/08-715 
86/10/08-716 
86/10/08-870 
86/12/14-200 



86/05/24-718 
86/10/08-421 
86/10/08-527 
86/10/08-700 
86/10/08-701 
86/10/08-702 
86/10/08-715 
86/10/08-716 
86/12/14-100 
86/12/14-200 
86/12/18-100 



Topic 
Poindexter, John 



President Reagan 



Date 



Topic 



DEA HOSTAGE -RESCUE OPERATION 

(see DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION 

[DEA] HOSTAGE -RESCUE OPERATION) 



DEERBORNE, ED 
85/06/01-200 Generally 



DEFEX 

84/11/00-000 Arms transactions 



85/03/21-400 Generally 
85/05/01-400 



49 



86/10/08-526 President's Policy 



86/09/19-200 Second Channel 
86/10/08-306 



86/10/08-526 
86/10/08-527 



Second, Richard 



DE GARAY, EDWARD (President and 
Chairman, Corporate Air Services, 
Inc.) 

85/09/00-003 Resupply Operation 



86/10/08-700 
86/10/08-701 
86/10/08-702 
86/10/08-703 
86/10/08-704 
86/10/08-710 
86/10/08-715 
86/10/08-716 
86/10/08-801 
86/12/13-062 
86/12/14-100 



Shultz, George 



DE GRAFFENREIO, KENNETH (Former 
Special Assistant to the President 
and Senior Director of Intelligence 
Programs, NSC; since 1987, Deputy 
Director of the Defense Mobilization 
Systems Planning Activity, DoD) 



86/05/15-400 
86/05/15-410 



Erria 



86/10/08-715 
86/12/18-100 



Shultz' Cable to Kuwait 



86/04/14-208 Leaks 



86/05/24-000 Tehran Trip, 5/86 

86/05/27-055 

86/05/27-070 

86/05/27-400 



86/10/08-421 U.S. Policy 
86/10/08-530 
86/10/08-570 
86/10/08-580 



86/10/05-300 North, Oliver 
86/10/05-305 



86/04/14-208 Poindexter, John 

86/10/05-300 

86/10/05-305 

86/11/21-633 



86/10/05-300 Problem Memos 



85/09/17-100 Weir's Release 



86/10/05-305 System IV 



86/11/10-035 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 
86/11/10-040 



DELAMICO, MARIO (or DELLAMICO) 
(Intermediary for Arms Dealer 
Ronald Martin) 



234 



50 



Date Topi c 

85/06/20 - 000 Genera 1 1 y 



Date 
86/03/31-500 Leak 



Topic 



85/09/25-300 Martin, Ron 



85/09/09-100 Ledeen, Michael 



86/06/25-310 Rodriguez, Felix 



85/11/26-700 McFarlane, Robert 



85/09/25-300 Singlaub, John 



85/11/18-130 North, Oliver 



DEMOCRACY, INC. (see also PROJECT 
DEMOCRACY) 

86/10/06- KO Hasenfus Crash 



83/07/12-110 Operation Elephant Herd 



83/07/12-110 Poindexter, John 

85/11/18-130 

85/11/26-700 



85/11/18-130 Powell, Colin 



DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DoD) 

85/12/07-165 Alternative Proposals for 
Hostage Release 



85/11/18-130 Armitage, Richard 



83/07/12-100 CIA "Christmas List," 7/83 



83/07/12-100 CIA "Wish List," 7/83 



86/05/23-940 Documents Related to TOW 
Transfers 



86/01/13-100 Economy Act 



85/11/18-130 Gaffney, Henry 



86/01/17-800 GAO Report 



85/11/26-700 Replenishment, 11/85 



83/07/12-110 Slush Fund for Contras 



86/06/21-670 TOW Missile Transfers to Iran 



86/02/17-100 TOW Transaction, 2/86 



86/05/23-940 TOW Transfers: Logistics 



86/01/13-100 TOWs, Generally 



85/09/09-100 TOWs: Pricing or Underpricing 

86/01/16-292 

86/05/23-930 

86/05/23-941 



85/11/18-130 Weinberger, Caspar (see also 
WEINBERGER, CASPAR) 



86/05/23-928 HAWK Spare Parts: Financing 



85/11/15-251 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/15-252 

85/11/26-700 

85/11/26-750 



86/05/23-940 Inspector General's Report on 
TOW Transfers 



86/01/15-300 Iran Arms Transfers: 
Legalities 



86/01/17-800 Iran Initiative 



85/11/18-130 Koch, Noel 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (DoJ) (see also 
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S INVESTIGATION, 
11/21-11/25/86) 

86/11/28-205 Criminal Investigation After 
11/25/86 



86/11/22-030 Investigation: North's 
86/11/22-031 Simultaneous Shredding, 
86/11/22-600 11/22/86 



86/04/07-230 I ran- Contra Report 



Meese, Edwin (see MEESE, EDWIN) 



84/11/20-100 Ghorbanifar's Hostage Release 
Proposal, 11/84: "scam" 



235 



51 



Date Topic 

84/10/03-327 Office of Legal Counsel 



Date 

86/11/21-720 
86/11/21-730 
86/11/22-070 



Topic 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE (DoS) 

85/12/07-165 Alternative Proposals for 
Hostage Release 



84/04/16-100 Background 



86/04/07-309 Poindexter, John 

86/10/05-305 

86/11/21-070 

86/11/21-432 

86/11/21-433 

86/11/21-450 

86/11/21-452 

86/11/21-720 

86/11/21-730 



85/11/20-400 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 
85/11/23-100 



85/12/05-812 Iran Initiative Cable Traffic 



83/07/01-100 Miller, Jonathan 



DIVERSION (see also DIVERSION MEMOES]) 
86/00/02-637 Absolute Deniability 



86/00/04-709 Accountability 
86/00/04-726 



83/07/01-100 Office of Public Diplomacy for 
86/08/07-200 Latin America and the 
Caribbean 



86/11/25-311 Administration Reactions 



86/00/02-063 Agency Theory 



86/05/00-550 Poindexter, John 



86/11/19-351 Agent Using Residuals 



86/08/07-200 Raymond, Walt 



86/00/04-760 Alakazar, Monzer 



84/11/20-100 Shackley, Theodore 



Shultz, George (see SHULTZ, 
GEORGE) 



86/01/13-200 Allen, Charles 

86/10/11-116 

86/10/11-117 

86/11/20-664 



84/05/25-100 Third-Country Funding for 
84/05/28-100 Contras 



86/11/20-663 Allen, Charles: Memo on 
Diversion 



83/07/01-100 White Propaganda Operation 



86/11/25-725 Anti -Deficiency Act 



86/11/25-564 Approval 



DESTROYED DOCUMENTS (see also 
SHREDDED DOCUMENTS, and ALTERED 
DOCUMENTS) 

86/11/21-720 Casey, William 



86/11/21-433 Diversion References 



86/09/15-514 North, Oliver 

86/11/21-430 

86/11/21-432 

86/11/21-450 

86/11/21-452 

86/11/21-500 



86/11/25-407 Attorney General's Press 
86/11/25-413 Conference, 11/25/86 
86/11/25-414 
86/11/25-420 



86/00/02-523 Authorization 

86/00/02-600 

86/00/02-610 

86/00/02-615 

86/00/02-629 

86/00/02-630 

86/00/02-631 

86/00/02-640 

86/00/02-641 

86/00/02-644 

86/00/02-645 



236 



52 



Date Topic 

86/00/02-648 
86/00/02-650 
86/00/02-652 
86/00/02-653 
86/00/02-658 
86/00/02-659 
86/00/02-710 
86/00/02-720 
86/00/02-780 
86/00/02-790 
86/00/02-810 
86/00/02-950 
86/00/03-100 
86/00/04-502 
86/00/04-702 
86/00/04-703 
86/00/04-708 
86/00/04-726 
86/05/02-515 
86/09/15-520 
86/11/23-100 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/23-510 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/24-187 
86/11/25-130 
86/11/25-314 
86/11/25-324 
86/11/25-418 
86/11/25-563 
86/11/25-727 
86/11/25-750 



86/00/03-780 Ayatollah's Money Joke 

86/00/20-040 

86/00/20-050 



Date 

86/10/24-402 
86/11/19-710 
86/11/19-712 
86/11/19-714 
86/11/19-715 
86/11/20-663 
86/11/20-664 
86/11/20-665 
86/11/22-508 
86/11/22-509 
86/11/22-651 
86/11/22-652 
86/11/22-653 
86/11/22-655 
86/11/22-656 
86/11/23-430 
86/11/23-432 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/25-005 
86/11/25-010 
87/07/21-200 



86/10/24-402 
86/11/20-663 



86/11/20-663 
86/11/20-665 



Topic 



Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 



Casey, William: "I know 
absolutely nothing about that" 



Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86: Men- 
tion of Diversion at CIA 
Preparation Meeting 



86/03/07-060 Cave, George 



86/00/01-100 Bathroom Bribe 

86/00/01-120 

86/00/01-123 



86/11/19-710 
86/11/19-712 
86/11/19-714 
86/11/19-715 



Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/00/01-010 Bathroom Proposal 

86/00/01-011 

86/00/01-012 

86/00/01-123 



86/00/03-560 CIA 
86/00/07-812 



86/01/16-293 



"best long-term interests of 
the United States" 



86/11/19-710 CIA Courier Mentions Diversion 
86/11/19-712 to Casey and/or C/CATF 



86/00/02-780 
86/00/03-500 
86/00/03-510 
86/00/03-520 
86/00/03-530 
86/00/03-550 
86/00/03-570 
86/00/03-690 
86/00/03-700 
86/00/03-710 
86/00/03-720 
86/00/03-810 
86/00/04-550 
86/00/04-709 
86/00/09-415 
86/00/60-130 
86/03/07-060 
86/10/11-116 
86/10/11-118 



Casey, William 



86/11/20-663 CIA Rumors of Diversion 
86/11/20-665 



86/00/02-629 "clearly the biggest decision 
of this kind" 



86/00/02-965 Compartmental ization 

86/00/03-510 

86/00/04-140 



86/00/02-063 Constructive Trust Theory 

86/01/17-510 

86/11/25-421 

86/11/25-727 



86/00/04-740 Control of the Money 



237 



Date 



Topic 



86/00/03-780 Controversial 

86/01/16-293 

86/11/25-132 



Date Topic 

86/01/17-303 Finding, Presidential 

86/01/17-510 Frozen Assets 



53 



86/00/02-060 Covert Programs Merged 
86/00/02-063 



86/11/25-465 Coy, Craig 



86/11/25-725 Criminal Aspects/ Issues 



86/10/11-116 Furmark, Roy 

86/10/11-117 

86/10/11-118 

86/10/24-402 

86/11/22-651 

86/11/22-652 

86/11/22-657 



86/00/02-510 Deniability 

86/00/02-511 

86/00/02-514 

86/00/02-521 

86/00/02-630 

86/00/02-631 

86/00/02-635 

86/00/02-636 

86/00/02-637 

86/00/02-638 

86/00/02-640 

86/00/02-641 

86/00/02-646 

86/00/02-652 

86/00/02-653 

86/00/02-965 

86/00/03-780 

86/11/25-407 



86/11/21-730 Destroyed Documents 



86/00/01-230 Detail of Implementation of 

86/00/02-615 President's Policy 

86/00/02-630 

86/00/02-632 

86/00/02-659 

86/00/04-727 

86/11/21-445 

87/07/21-200 



86/11/25-155 Disclosure 
86/11/25-420 
86/11/25-421 
87/03/19-100 



86/11/20-664 Gates, Robert 



86/00/03-560 George, Clair 

86/11/19-710 

86/11/20-663 

86/11/20-664 

86/11/20-665 



85/12/06-800 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

86/00/01-010 

86/00/01-055 

86/00/01-056 

86/00/01-100 

86/00/02-515 

86/01/09-000 

86/01/13-200 

86/03/07-060 



86/00/02-995 Gregg, Donald 



85/11/20-010 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/01/22-140 HAWK Transaction, 11/85: 

$1 million to Lake Resources 



86/00/04-702 How Much 
86/00/04-703 



86/00/01-055 Implementation of Present 
Policy 



86/11/25-155 Disclosure: Israel Warned 



86/00/01-100 Incentives 



86/11/25-012 Disclosure: Official Steps 



85/12/06-800 Initial Decision 



Diversion Memo(s) (see 
DIVERSION MEMOES]) 



85/12/06-801 Initial Proposal 
86/00/02-515 



86/11/20-663 Doherty, David 



86/05/23-920 Earl, Robert 

86/05/23-921 

86/00/03-810 

86/11/25-536 

86/11/25-537 



85/12/06-798 Iran-Contra Report 
86/00/01-005 



86/00/01-172 Iran Initiative 



86/04/04-011 Iranian "Quids" 



238 



Date Topic 

86/11/23-515 Israeli Cover Story 



54 



Date Topic 

86/00/03-781 McMahon, Bernard 



86/00/0A-708 Israeli Operations 

86/09/15-560 

86/09/15-570 



86/11/25-155 Israeli Responsibi I i ty for 
Diversions: 11/86 Proposal 



86/11/23-394 Israeli Role 

86/11/23-395 

86/11/25-420 

86/11/25-421 

86/11/25-423 



86/12/06-800 Israelis 

86/01/09-000 Joint Israeli -U.S. Operations 

86/05/29-013 Keel, Alton 



86/02/15-110 Lake Resources 
86/05/16-460 



86/11/18-405 Lake Resources $1 Million 
Deposit, 11/85 



85/10/31-806 Ledeen, Michael 

86/00/03-770 

86/01/13-200 



86/01/17-510 Legal Considerations 



86/00/02-525 Legal Opinions 

86/10/11-117 

86/11/25-564 



86/01/17-315 Mechanics 



86/00/04-770 Legalities 



86/00/01-230 
86/00/02-063 
86/00/02-513 
86/11/22-210 
86/11/22-651 
86/11/22-652 
86/11/22-653 
86/11/22-655 
86/11/22-656 
86/11/22-657 
86/11/23-392 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-394 
86/11/23-395 
86/11/23-396 
86/11/23-398 
86/11/23-399 
86/11/23-431 
86/11/23-432 
86/11/24-001 
86/11/24-060 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/24-185 
86/11/24-400 
86/11/25-012 
86/11/25-421 
86/11/25-433 
86/11/25-726 
86/11/25-727 



86/00/03-100 
86/00/04-100 
86/00/04-120 
86/00/04-130 
86/00/04-131 
86/00/04-140 
86/00/04-200 
86/00/04-301 
86/00/04-500 
86/00/04-501 
86/00/04-503 
86/00/04-550 
86/00/04-702 



Meese, Edwin 



Memos (see also DIVERSION 
MEMO(S)) 



86/11/23-394 Logistics 
86/11/23-395 



86/11/25-725 Miscellaneous Receipt of Money 
Statute 



85/10/31-806 McFarlane, Robert 

86/00/01-123 

86/00/02-648 

86/00/04-502 

86/04/07-300 

86/05/24-001 

86/05/24-102 

86/05/29-011 

86/05/29-013 

86/11/18-650 

86/11/19-250 

86/11/21-320 

86/11/23-100 

86/11/24-001 

86/11/25-010 

86/11/25-750 

86/12/10-006 



86/00/03-781 Moreau, Arthur 



86/00/01-210 Neat Idea 

86/00/01-220 

86/00/01-230 

86/00/01-240 

86/00/02-630 

87/07/21-200 



85/10/31-806 Nimrodi, Yaacov 



86/00/02-515 Nir, Amiram 

86/03/28-500 

86/04/07-290 



239 



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86/11/23-515 



Topic 



55 



Date Topic 

86/00/02-523 North's Idea 



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86/00/01- 

86/00/01- 

86/00/01- 

86/00/01- 

86/00/01- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

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86/00/04- 

86/00/04- 

86/01/09- 

86/01/16- 

86/01/16- 

86/01/17- 

86/01/17- 

86/03/28- 

86/04/04- 

86/04/04- 

86/04/07- 

86/04/07- 

86/05/24- 

86/05/24- 

86/05/29- 

86/05/29- 

86/09/15- 

86/09/15- 

86/09/15- 

86/09/15- 

86/11/19- 

86/11/20- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/22- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

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86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/25- 

86/11/25- 

86/11/25- 

86/11/25 

86/11/25 

87/07/10 

87/07/10 



010 
075 
080 
081 
100 
210 
510 
515 
520 
523 
629 
650 
708 
710 
720 
950 
955 
965 
502 
709 
722 
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292 
293 
315 
615 
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106 
■107 
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•300 
■001 
■002 
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■013 
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■511 
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-664 
•115 
-116 
-117 
-120 
-512 
-656 
-100 
-392 
-393 
-394 
-395 
-396 
-398 
-399 
-430 
-431 
-515 
-010 
-132 
-421 
-560 
-750 
-100 
-110 



North, Oliver 



86/05/16-450 



North, Oliver: 
PROF, 5/16/86 



Contra Funding 



85/12/06-798 North's Proposal to Israelis 



86/11/21-445 "not a major foreign policy 
decision" 



86/00/04-727 Not Privatization of Foreign 
Pol icy 



86/04/04-107 Nothing in Writing 

86/04/07-309 

86/10/05-305 

86/11/25-560 

86/11/25-563 ' 



86/00/03-100 Other Diversions 

86/00/03-170 

86/00/04-740 

86/00/07-620 

86/09/15-500 

86/09/15-520 

86/09/15-560 

86/09/15-570 

86/11/23-396 



86/04/07-300 "Our Boss" PROF 

86/04/07-301 

86/04/07-308 

86/04/07-310 

86/11/25-561 



85/10/31-806 Payments to Iranian Officials 



86/00/02-637 Plausible Deniability 



85/04/11-271 Poindexter, John 

85/04/11-277 

85/11/18-405 

86/00/01-055 

86/00/01-056 

86/00/01-075 

86/00/01-080 

86/00/01-081 

86/00/01-648 

86/00/02-510 

86/00/02-511 

86/00/02-512 

86/00/02^513 

86/00/02^514 

86/00/02-515 

86/00/02-520 

86/00/02-521 

86/00/02-523 

86/00/02-525 

86/00/02-610 

86/00/02-615 

86/00/02-629 

86/00/02-632 

86/00/02-637 

86/00/02-638 

86/00/02-640 

86/00/02-642 

86/00/02-644 



240 



56 



Date 

86/00/02-646 
86/00/02-648 
86/00/02-652 
86/00/02-653 
86/00/02-654 
86/00/02-655 
86/00/02-656 
86/00/03-690 
86/00/03-700 
86/00/03-710 
86/00/03-720 
86/00/03-780 
86/00/03-781 
86/00/03-782 
86/00/03-810 
86/00/04-502 
86/00/04-709 
86/00/04-713 
86/00/04-722 
86/00/04-726 
86/00/04-727 
86/00/04-770 
86/00/09-415 
86/01/16-292 
86/01/16-293 
86/01/17-106 
86/01/17-315 
86/01/17-615 
86/01/17-618 
86/04/04-105 
86/04/04-106 
86/04/07-300 
86/04/07-308 
86/05/02-510 
86/05/02-511 
86/05/02-515 
86/05/16-444 
86/05/16-446 
86/05/16-470 
86/05/16-471 
86/05/29-013 
86/07/21-126 
86/10/05-305 
86/10/11-116 
86/10/11-117 
86/10/11-118 
86/10/24-402 
86/11/10-190 
86/11/13-050 
86/11/18-177 
86/11/19-351 
86/11/21-092 
86/11/21-115 
86/11/21-116 
86/11/21-117 
86/11/21-120 
86/11/21-445 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/22-508 
86/11/22-509 
86/11/22-656 
86/11/23-510 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/24-178 
86/11/24-180 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/24-185 
86/11/24-187 
86/11/24-188 
86/11/25-010 
86/11/25-130 
86/11/25-132 
86/11/25-155 



Topic 



Date Topic 

86/11/25-311 
86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-324 
86/11/25-408 
86/11/25-418 
86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-563 
87/07/21-200 



86/04/04-107 Poindexter, John: "operating 
assumption was that there 
wasn't anything in writing" 



86/04/04-105 Poindexter, John: "surprised 
86/11/24-170 there was anything in writing" 



86/04/04-107 Poindexter, John: Told North 
to Put Nothing in Uniting 



86/11/24-178 Poindexter-Heese Interview, 
86/11/24-179 11/24/86 



86/00/03-782 Poindexter's Attorneys 
86/00/03-782 Poindexter's Wife 
86/00/03-530 Political Bomb Shell 



86/00/02-629 Political Embarrassment 

86/00/02-655 

86/00/04-140 

86/11/25-564 



86/04/04-106 Political Embarrassment 
Underestimated 



86/11/25-132 "political issue" 

86/11/25-563 Politically Explosive 

86/00/02-525 "pol itical ly explosive issue" 

86/00/02-655 "pol itical ly volati le issue" 



85/04/11-271 President Reagan 

86/00/01-075 

86/00/01-123 

86/00/01-648 

86/00/02-510 

86/00/02-511 

86/00/02-512 

86/00/02-513 

86/00/02-520 

86/00/02-521 

86/00/02-525 

86/00/02-600 

86/00/02-601 

86/00/02-610 

86/00/02-629 



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Date 

86/00/02-638 

86/00/02-640 

86/00/02-641 

86/00/02-642 

86/00/02-650 

86/00/02-652 

86/00/02-653 

86/00/02-654 

86/00/02-780 

86/00/02-810 

86/00/02-950 

86/00/02-955 

86/00/02-965 

86/00/03-720 

86/00/03-780 

86/00/03-781 

86/00/03-782 

86/00/04-722 

86/04/04-011 

86/04/04-106 

86/05/02-510 

86/05/02-511 

86/05/02-515 

86/09/15-560 

86/09/15-570 

86/11/21-116 

86/11/21-795 

86/11/23-393 

86/11/23-400 

86/11/24-062 

86/11/24-063 

86/11/24-183 

86/11/24-185 

86/11/24-187 

86/11/25-318 

86/11/25-324 

86/11/25-536 

86/11/25-537 

87/03/04-100 

87/03/19-100 

87/03/19-103 

87/07/21- 

88/03/25- 



Topic 



-200 
-100 



86/11/24-060 
86/11/24-400 



87/03/19-103 



President Reagan Informed 



President Reagan: "you would 
have heard me without opening 
the door to the office" 



Date Topic 

86/11/25-030 President's Reaction 



86/01/16-292 Pricing of Weapons 
86/01/16-293 



86/00/01-055 Private Contribution Analogy 

86/00/02-523 

86/00/02-632 

86/00/03-780 

86/11/21-445 



86/00/02-063 Private Funds 



86/11/25-420 Private U.S. Corporation 
86/11/25-423 



86/00/04-727 Profits 

86/01/16-292 

86/01/16-293 

86/01/17-106 

86/01/17-315 

86/01/17-615 

87/07/10-110 



86/11/25-311 Reactions Within the 
Administration 



86/01/17-618 Reasonable Compensation 



86/00/04-770 Record Keeping 
87/03/04-100 



85/12/06-800 Replenishment 

86/03/28-500 

86/04/04-011 

86/04/07-290 



86/08/08-282 Resupply Operation 



86/00/07-256 Review and Oversight 



86/11/25-410 



President's Announcement, 
11/25/86 



86/00/02-644 President's Credibility 



President's Knowledge 



86/11/21-115 
86/11/21-117 
86/11/21-120 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-520 



86/01/16-293 President's Objective 



86/05/02-510 



President's Proposal of 
Uni lateral Action 



86/00/02-629 Risky 



85/10/31-806 Schwimmer, Adolph 



86/00/02-515 Secord, Richard 

86/00/03-810 

86/00/04-708 

86/00/04-720 

86/00/04-722 

86/00/04-770 

86/01/16-292 

86/01/16-293 

86/01/17-315 

86/01/17-615 

86/02/15-110 



86/00/02-658 Shultz, George 



242 



58 



Date 
86/00/02-659 



Topic 



Date Topic 

86/11/25-030 Weinberger, Caspar 



86/11/22-700 Sofaer, Abraham: Deductions 



86/11/25-727 Weld, William 



86/11/21-700 Southern Air Transport 



85/12/06-798 Summary 
86/00/01-005 



86/00/01-050 Summary of Beginning 



86/08/08-282 "swap of weapons for dollars" 



86/01/17-510 Swiss Bank Accounts 



86/05/24-001 Tarmac Discussion 

86/05/24-002 

86/05/29-011 

86/05/29-013 



86/00/01-055 Third-Country Contribution 

86/00/02-523 Analogy 

86/00/03-780 

86/11/21-445 



86/00/02-063 Third-Country Contributions 



86/00/04-702 Where It Went 

86/00/04-703 

86/00/04-710 



86/00/02-600 Where the Buck Stops 
86/00/02-601 



86/00/02-653 White House Chronologies 

86/11/07-325 

86/11/18-155 

86/11/18-160 

86/11/18-170 

86/11/18-175 

86/11/18-177 



86/00/04-722 Who Controlled the Money 



86/00/02-965 Who Knew 

86/00/03-781 

86/00/03-810 

86/11/23-393 

86/11/24-185 

86/11/24-187 

86/11/24-188 

86/11/25-010 



85/12/04-150 Third-Country Solicitation 
85/12/04-151 



86/07/25-000 Tehran Trip, 5/86 
86/02/15-110 TOW Shipment, 2/86 



86/00/04-702 Transactions 
86/00/04-703 



86/00/01-230 "ultimate covert hat trick" 



86/00/03-500 Ultimate Irony 
86/00/03-550 



86/00/04-770 Who Should Get the Honey 

86/01/16-293 

86/01/17-500 

86/01/17-615 

86/11/25-727 

87/07/10-100 



86/00/02-640 "whole idea of deniability" 



86/00/01-040 Why the Iran Initiative 

86/00/01-060 Continued 

86/00/01-070 

86/00/01-075 

86/00/01-080 

86/00/01-081 

86/00/01-090 



86/04/04-010 U.S. Corporation Account in 
Switzerland 



86/00/02-638 "very controversial" 



86/00/02-655 "very hot political issue" 



86/00/02-995 Vice President Bush 

86/11/24-070 

86/11/25-155 

86/12/03-103 



DIVERSION MEMO(S) (see also DIVERSION) 

86/00/03-720 Casey, William 
86/11/22-655 



86/04/04-118 Cooper, Charles 

86/11/22-657 

86/11/23-410 



86/11/23-300 Cover Memo 



243 



59 



Date Topic 

86/11/23-352 
86/11/23-400 
86/11/23-410 



86/04/04-010 "Current Situation" Section 



86/11/22-210 
86/11/22-220 



Discovery 



Diversion, Generally (see 
DIVERSION) 



86/04/04-201 Drafts 



86/04/04-119 "Evolution" 



86/04/04-100 Generally 



Date 

86/10/11-120 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-515 
86/11/21-720 
86/11/23-100 
86/11/23-390 
86/11/23-391 
86/11/23-392 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-395 
86/11/23-396 
86/11/23-398 
86/11/23-399 
86/11/23-400 
86/11/23-401 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/23-410 
86/11/23-512 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/25-420 
86/11/25-421 
86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-563 



Topic 



86/04/04-115 
86/04/04-118 
86/04/04-200 
86/04/04-201 



Hall, Fawn 



86/11/23-300 
86/11/23-350 
86/11/23-352 
86/11/23-370 



North-Meese Interview, 11/23/86 



86/04/04-118 
86/10/11-120 
86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-563 



Hew Many 



86/11/25-750 "I missed one" 



86/04/04-011 Iranian "Quids" 



86/00/04-502 
86/04/07-309 



86/04/07-300 
86/04/07-301 
86/04/07-308 
86/04/07-309 
86/04/07-310 
86/11/25-561 
86/11/25-562 



Nothing in Writing 



"Our Boss" PROF 



86/11/23-100 
86/11/23-105 



86/11/22-653 
86/11/22-655 
86/11/22-657 
86/11/22-660 
86/11/23-390 
86/11/23-391 
86/11/23-392 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-395 
86/11/23-396 
86/11/23-398 
86/11/23-399 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/23-411 
86/11/24-185 
86/11/25-420 



86/00/03-720 
86/00/04-502 
86/04/04-010 
86/04/04-011 
86/04/04-106 
86/04/04-118 
86/09/15-510 
86/10/02-100 



McFarlane, Robert 



Meese, Edwin 



North, Oliver 



86/00/01-648 
86/00/03-505 
86/00/03-720 
86/00/04-502 
86/04/04-010 
86/04/04-011 
86/04/04-105 
86/04/04-106 
86/04/04-107 
86/04/04-110 
86/04/04-115 
86/04/04-118 
86/04/04-119 
86/04/04-125 
86/04/07-308 
86/04/07-309 
86/10/05-305 
86/11/21-515 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/23-512 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/24-185 
86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-561 
86/11/25-562 
86/11/25-563 



Poindexter, John 



82-742 0-88—9 



244 



Date Topic 

86/04/04-201 Poindexter's Changes 



Date Topic 

DoJ (see DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE) 



60 



86/04/04-105 Poindexter's Familiarity 

86/04/04-106 

86/11/24-170 



86/00/01-648 President Reagan 

86/00/03-720 

86/04/04-011 

86/11/24-062 

88/03/25-100 



86/11/23-395 Private U.S. Corporation 



86/04/04-125 Recoimtendations 



86/04/04-119 September 13/14 
86/04/04-201 



86/10/11-120 Signatures or Names 



86/11/22-660 Siren 



86/04/04-105 Terms of Reference 



86/04/04-118 Terms of Reference: President 
Reagan's Approval 



86/04/04-010 Text 
86/04/04-011 



86/04/04-105 Thompson, Paul 
86/11/24-170 



86/04/04-119 Versions 
86/04/04-201 



DoD (see DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE) 



DoS (see DEPARTMENT OF STATE) 



DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION (DEA) 
HOSTAGE-RESCUE OPERATION 



85/06/07-006 Authorization 
85/06/07-010 



85/06/07-012 Bribes 



85/06/07-014 Congressional Notification 



86/05/30-100 Diversion 



85/06/07-021 Executive Order 12333 



85/06/07-012 FBI/CIA Operation 



85/06/07-013 Finding, Presidential 
85/06/07-014 



85/04/00-610 Funding 

85/04/01-700 

85/06/07-001 

85/06/07-005 

85/06/07-007 

85/06/07-012 

86/09/15-513 



85/06/07-005 Generally 

85/06/07-007 

85/06/07-008 

85/07/03-101 

86/00/03-100 



85/06/07-050 George, Clair 



DOHERTY, DAVID (CIA General Counsel, 
2/86-1/88) 

86/11/20-400 Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



86/11/20-663 CIA Rumors of Diversion 



86/11/20-663 George, Clair 



85/06/07-012 Hickey, Edward 
85/06/07-050 



85/06/07-000 Iran-contra Report 
85/06/07-050 "it was a scam" 
85/06/07-020 Lawn, John 



85/06/07-013 McFarlane, Robert 
85/06/07-014 



245 



61 



Date 



Topic 



Date 



85/06/07-006 Meese, Edwin 

85/06/07-007 

85/06/07-008 

85/06/07-010 

85/06/07-012 

85/06/07-013 

85/06/07-020 

85/06/07-021 

85/06/07-025 

85/06/07-026 

85/07/03-101 

86/05/25-020 



Topic 



86/04/07-215 Central American Task Force 
86/05/15-108 Chief (C/CATF) 
86/05/15-109 
86/05/15-110 



86/05/16-461 Contra Leaders 



86/04/07-255 Contras 



86/04/07-259 Martin-McCoy Supermarket 



85/06/07-021 NSDD 159 



86/04/07-259 North, Oliver 



85/06/07-001 North, Oliver 

85/06/07-012 

85/06/07-013 

85/06/07-020 

86/05/24-001 

86/05/25-020 

86/09/15-513 



86/04/07-250 Owen, Robert 
86/04/07-259 



85/04/01-100 Owen, Robert: Memo, 4/1/85 



86/05/15-513 Other Covert Operations Funded 
by Iranian Arms Sales 



86/04/07-259 Pastora, Eden 

86/05/15-108 

86/05/15-109 

86/05/15-110 



85/06/07-005 Perot, H. Ross 

85/06/07-012 

85/06/07-013 



86/04/07-250 Resupply Operations 



85/06/07-006 President Reagan 

85/06/07-008 

85/06/07-026 



86/05/24-420 Project Democracy 



85/06/07-006 Regan, Donald 



85/06/07-012 Secord, Richard 
86/05/25-000 



DUEMLING, ROBERT (Former Head of 
Nicaraguan Humanitarian Assistance 
Office, DoS) 

85/08/29-250 Central American Task Force 

85/10/01-510 Chief (C/CATF) 

86/02/01-293 

86/02/01-294 

86/03/00-800 

86/06/00-166 



85/06/07-006 Shultz, George 



85/08/29-250 Costa Rican Airstrip 



85/06/07-000 Summary 



85/12/09-401 Costa Rican Airstrip: North's 
Pictures 



86/05/24-001 Tehran Trip, 5/86 



85/06/07-006 Vice President Bush 



86/05/23-924 Coy, Craig 
86/05/23-926 
86/11/25-544 
86/11/25-545 



DRUGS 
85/11/20-050 ACE 



86/02/01-293 Gadd, Richard 

86/02/01-294 

86/03/00-800 



85/08/08-402 GAO Report on NHAO 



86/05/15-110 Bermingham, Robert: Memo, 
7/23/87 



86/03/00-800 Lethal Deliveries to Contras 



246 



Date Topic 

85/08/29-500 NHAO 



Date Topic 

86/10/05-100 Hasenfus Crash 



62 



86/04/04-107 Poindexter, John 



86/03/00-800 Resupply Operation 



86/03/00-800 "ten percent rule" 



86/08/01-200 HAWK Spare Parts Delivery, 
8/86 



86/05/23-800 Iran Initiative 



86/10/30-100 Jacobsen, David: Release 
86/11/01-150 



DUNBAR, AMBASSADOR CHARLES (DoS 
Representative at Frankfurt 
Meeting with Second Channel, 
12/86) 

86/10/08-715 Dawa Prisoners 

86/12/U-100 

86/12/14-200 



86/12/13-100 Frankfurt Meeting, 12/86 
86/12/14-100 



86/12/14-200 George, Clair 
86/12/14-200 Memo, 12/14/86 



86/10/30-100 Kelly, John 



86/10/07-100 Langton, William 



86/08/26-101 Napier, Shirley 
86/08/26-102 



86/05/02-450 Neutrality Act 



86/06/00-500 North, Oliver 

86/06/05-300 

86/07/01-400 

86/07/15-100 

86/09/09-200 

86/10/07-100 



86/10/08-700 Second Channel 

86/11/23-900 

86/12/13-060 

86/12/13-062 



86/08/26-102 Olmstead, Jack or Robert 

(alias for Haskell, William) 



86/11/27-000 Operational Security by 
Shredding 



DURANTE, JIMMY 

86/11/01-155 Shultz, George 



86/09/20-200 Photo Album 
86/09/20-250 
86/09/20-260 
86/09/20-270 



86/09/20-270 Poindexter, John 



DUTTON, ROBERT (Staff Director, 
STTGI, from 5/86) 

86/05/01-200 Background 



86/09/09-300 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/06/05-300 Central American Trip 

86/09/09-300 CIA 

86/08/12-125 Earl, Robert 

86/06/25-200 Gregg, Donald 



86/05/24-300 Project Democracy Reorgani- 

86/05/24-400 zation Plan 

86/07/15-215 

86/07/15-216 

86/07/15-217 



86/05/02-000 Resupply Operation 

86/05/02-050 

86/05/02-080 

86/05/02-400 

86/05/02-450 

86/05/02-460 

86/05/19-100 

86/06/00-500 

86/06/05-300 

86/07/01-400 

86/07/15-100 

86/08/08-256 

86/08/12-125 

86/09/09-200 



247 



63 



Date 



Topic 



86/06/05-300 Rodriguez, Felix 

86/06/25-100 

86/06/25-200 

86/06/25-300 

86/06/25-301 

86/06/25-320 

86/08/00-300 



Date Topic 

86/08/08-252 Ownership of Equipment 

86/08/08-295 Poindexter, John 



86/11/25-536 President's Call to North, 
86/11/25-540 11/25/86 



80/04/00-100 Secord, Richard 

86/05/02-000 

86/05/02-050 



86/11/19-600 Shredding at STTGI 

86/11/27-000 

86/11/27-020 



86/10/07-100 Southern Air Transport 
Investigation 



86/05/02-050 STTGI 



86/08/00-300 Steele, James 



86/10/30-100 TOW Shipment, 10/86 



86/05/02-000 Udall Corp. 



86/11/25-544 President's Call to North, 
86/11/25-545 11/25 or 11/26/86 

86/05/23-920 Pricing of Weapons 
86/05/23-921 



86/07/31-100 Resupply Operation 

86/07/31-101 

86/08/08-252 

86/08/12-100 

86/08/12-115 

86/08/12-120 

86/08/12-121 

86/08/12-122 

86/08/12-125 

86/08/12-130 

86/08/12-150 

86/08/12-151 



86/07/31-100 Rodriguez, Felix 

86/08/08-252 

86/08/12-125 



EARL, LT. COL. ROBERT (Summer 1985-2/86: 
Staff Member of the Vice President's 
Task Force on Combatting Terrorism; 
2/86-1/87: Staff Member of the Crisis 
Management Center at the NSC; Since 
1/87: Employed at Headquarters, 
Marine Corps) 

86/11/25-536 Coy, Craig 



86/11/21-538 Scapegoat 



86/11/21-538 Shredding 

86/11/21-695 

86/11/22-035 

86/11/22-036 

86/11/22-037 



86/11/25-660 Smuggled Documents 



86/11/25-537 Diversion 



86/08/08-252 Dutton, Robert 



86/11/21-695 "Erred on the side of 
destruction" 



86/05/23-900 Tehran Trip, 5/86 
86/05/27-225 



86/11/21-538 "24 or 48 hours" 

86/11/21-540 

86/11/21-541 

86/11/23-410 



86/08/08-252 Gregg, Donald 



86/11/25-536 Important That the President 
86/11/25-540 Not Know 



86/05/22-100 North, Oliver 

86/11/21-420 

86/11/21-538 

86/11/22-035 

86/11/22-036 

86/11/22-037 

86/11/24-007 



86/07/31-100 Watson, Samuel 
86/07/31-101 



86/11/07-320 White House Chronologies 

86/11/07-321 

86/11/07-325 

86/11/07-330 

86/11/07-331 



248 



64 



Date Topic 

EAST COMPANY 
86/02/27-090 Owen, Robert: Memo, 2/27/86 



Date Topic 

84/12/04-005 Generally 



85/03/05-215 Hall, Fawn 
85/03/05-216 



ECONOMY ACT 

86/01/13-100 CIA 
86/01/07-800 



86/01/07-352 Congressional Notification 
86/01/07-800 



86/06/21-640 Crowe, William 



86/01/16-302 Finding, 1/17/86 



86/01/17-100 Finding, 1/17/86: Cover Memo 
86/01/17-105 



85/11/26-300 Generally 
85/11/26-700 



86/01/16-200 Iran Initiative, 1/86 



85/03/05-220 McFarlane, Robert 

85/03/05-225 

85/03/05-226 

85/03/05-227 

85/09/12-111 

86/12/10-006 



85/03/05-200 North, Oliver 

85/03/05-210 

85/03/05-215 

85/03/05-216 

85/03/05-220 

85/03/05-225 

85/03/05-226 

85/03/05-227 

86/04/20-200 



84/12/04-005 North, Oliver: Memo, 12/4/84 
84/12/04-007 



85/03/05-225 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/5/85 

85/03/05-226 

85/03/05-227 



86/00/01-230 Meese, Edwin 

86/01/07-352 

86/01/16-290 

86/01/16-310 

86/01/17-291 



86/04/20-200 Quintero, Rafael 



86/04/20-200 Rodriguez, Felix 



86/01/07-352 Poindexter, John 



85/09/12-111 Second, Richard 



86/01/07-352 Pricing Requirements 
86/01/17-800 



86/01/17-285 Secord, Richard 
86/01/17-300 



ENERGY RESOURCES 
85/04/01-699 Calero, Adolfo 



86/01/16-200 Sporkin, Stanley 
86/01/17-030 



86/01/07-151 Weinberger, Caspar 

86/01/17-030 

86/03/07-100 

86/05/23-935 

86/06/21-640 



85/03/05-200 End User Certificates 



85/07/00-000 Lake Resources 



85/03/05-200 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/5/85 



END-USER CERTIFICATES 

85/03/05-215 Altered Memo 
85/03/05-216 



"ENGINE, THE" (see also IRANIANS: 
CODE NAMES) 

86/10/08-306 Frankfurt Meeting, 12/86 
86/10/29-250 Mainz Meeting, 10/86 



86/05/15-390 Finding 



249 



65 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/11-300 North's Draft Statement for 
Rafsanjani, 11/11/86 



Date 

86/05/U-300 North, Oliver 

86/05/15-385 

86/05/15-390 

86/05/15-400 

86/05/15-450 

86/09/12-900 



Topic 



ENTERPRISE, THE (see also FULL-SERVICE 
COVERT OPERATIONS) 

86/04/21-360 Bank Accounts 



86/02/23-950 Enterprise Diagram 



86/05/14-300 Ollie's Ship 
86/05/15-410 



86/05/15-390 Olmstead, Jack or Robert 
(alias Haskell, Uilliam) 



86/02/23-950 Hakim, Albert 



86/00/04-715 Iran-Contra Report 



86/00/04-715 Sunmary 



86/05/14-300 Poindexter, John 

86/05/15-385 

86/05/15-390 

86/05/15-400 

86/05/15-405 

86/05/15-410 

86/05/15-411 

86/05/15-412 



ERR I A (Ship) 

86/05/14-300 Cannistraro, Vincent 



86/05/15-390 Purpose 



86/09/12-900 Rabin, Yitzhak 



86/00/09-420 Casey, Wi I liam 

86/05/14-300 

86/05/15-390 

86/05/15-400 



86/05/15-450 Rental Price for CIA 



86/05/15-390 Secord, Richard 
86/05/15-405 



86/05/15-420 Clarridge, Duane 
86/05/15-421 



86/00/05-147 Summary 
86/05/15-392 



86/05/30-100 Diversion 



86/05/15-421 Tanks 



86/00/07-145 Full -Service Covert Operation 
86/05/15-390 



86/00/07-620 Funding 



86/00/03-100 Generally 



EVANS CASE (UNITED STATES v. EVANS, 
667 F. Supp. 974 [S.D.N.Y. 1987]) 

86/10/24-401 Evans, Samuel 



86/10/24-401 Furmark, Roy 



86/05/15-450 George, Clair 



86/05/15-420 Hakim, Albert 
86/05/15-421 



86/05/15-421 Hostage Pick-up 



86/00/05-147 Iran-Contra Report 
86/05/15-392 



86/10/24-080 Meese, Edwin 
86/11/21-035 
86/11/21-038 
86/11/21-041 



86/11/10-037 Vice President Bush 



86/11/21-035 Weld, Uilliam 

86/11/21-038 

86/11/21-041 

86/11/24-000 

86/11/24-005 



250 



66 



Date Topic 

EXECUTIVE ORDER 12170 

86/11/10-010 Iran Emergency Continued, 
11/10/86 

79/11/12-100 Issued 



EXECUTIVE ORDER 12333 

85/06/07-021 DEA Hostage- Rescue Operation 



Date 

84/03/21-100 
84/03/21-110 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-740 
86/11/21-780 
86/11/21-790 
86/11/21-795 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/25-006 
86/11/25-135 
86/11/25-140 
86/12/10-210 



86/11/25-140 CIA 



Topic 



Casey, Uilliam 



81/12/04-100 Generally 

86/00/07-251 

86/00/07-253 



85/01/18-100 NSDD 159 



81/12/04-100 Text 



FAKE SAUDI PRINCE, THE (a.k.a. 
Mousatreza Abrahim Zadeh, or 
Prince Ebrohin Bin Abdul -Aziz 
Bin Saud L-Masoudy, or Prince 
A I -Masoudi ) 

85/06/07-051 Contra Aid 



85/06/07-051 DEA Agents 
85/06/07-052 



85/06/07-051 FBI 
85/06/07-052 



85/06/07-051 Hostages, U.S. 



86/11/21-730 
86/11/21-780 



86/11/24-900 

84/10/03-810 
86/11/21-780 
86/11/21-790 



86/01/17-092 
86/11/25-140 



86/11/25-135 



84/03/21-115 
86/11/21-780 
86/11/25-124 



86/11/25-006 
86/11/25-432 
86/11/25-433 
86/11/25-434 



Criminal Investigation 

Derivation 
Development 
Earl, Robert 
Fortier, Donald 
George, Clair 

Legality 
McFarlane, Robert 

Meese, Edwin 



85/05/24-110 McFarlane, Robert 



85/06/07-051 Miller, Richard 
85/06/07-052 



85/06/07-051 North, Oliver 
85/06/07-052 



85/06/07-052 President Reagan 



84/03/21-100 
84/10/03-800 
86/11/21-154 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-730 
86/11/21-740 
86/11/21-780 
86/11/21-790 
86/11/21-795 
86/11/24-000 
86/11/24-010 
86/11/25-130 
86/11/25-132 
86/11/25-135 
86/11/25-137 



North, Oliver 



FALL GUY PLAN (see also SCAPEGOAT) 
84/03/21-000 Beginning 



86/11/24-000 Owen, Robert 



86/11/25-434 Plans A, B and C 



251 



67 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/21-512 Poindexter, John 

86/11/21-780 

86/11/21-790 

86/11/21-795 

86/11/25-130 

86/11/25-132 

86/11/25-135 

86/11/25-137 



Date Topic 

85/04/11-200 Military Operations, 1985 

85/01/15-100 North, Oliver: Memo, 1/15/85 



85/04/11-200 North, Oliver: Memo, 4/11/85 
85/04/11-205 



84/10/03-800 President Reagan 



86/02/27-090 Owen, Robert: Memo, 2/27/86 



86/11/24-900 Regan, Donald 
86/11/25-137 



86/01/17-092 "taking the fall after youC're] 
86/11/25-140 dead is the last great fall" 



86/11/25-130 Taking the Hit up the Line 
86/11/25-135 



86/03/17-100 Owen, Robert: Memo, 3/17/86 



86/04/10-230 Resupply Operation 



84/05/00-070 Size 



86/11/24-900 Wrestling Expression 



FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) 

85/06/07-051 Fake Saudi Prince, The 
85/06/07-052 



FAMILY GROUP LUNCHES 

86/01/16-156 Iran Initiative 

86/01/17-015 

86/01/17-020 

86/01/17-025 



86/05/00-590 Poindexter, John 



86/01/17-020 ShuUz, George 



86/04/07-215 Gun-Running to the Contras: 
Investigation 



86/10/07-090 Iran-contra Report 



85/06/07-051 Name Checks 



85/06/07-051 North, Oliver 
85/06/07-052 



86/01/17-025 Weinberger, Caspar 



86/00/03-780 Poindexter, John 



FDN (Nicaraguan Democratic Force) 

84/05/00-700 Calero, Adolfo 

85/04/11-220 

85/06/01-205 



86/11/28-200 Search of White House Files, 
11/86 



86/10/07-090 Southern Air Transport 



86/01/09-300 Casey, William 



86/09/09-300 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



FIELDING, FRED (White House Counsel, 
1981-1986) 

85/09/30-100 Congressional Inquiries About 
North 



85/04/11-220 Expenditures and Outlays 
85/06/01-205 Expenses 



85/09/30-100 McFarlane, Robert 



85/03/16-090 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/16/85 



85/07/01-010 Miami Meeting, 7/85 



86/10/11-117 Poindexter, John 



252 



68 



Date Topic 

FINDINGS, PRESIDENTIAL 
85/12/05-040 Advisory Paper 



86/11/21-442 "Artifact of a . . . 

Presidential Determination" 



85/06/07-013 DEA Hostage-Rescue Operation 
85/06/07-014 



81/03/00-100 Finding, 3/81 
81/12/00-100 Finding, 12/81 
82/07/12-100 Finding (Proposed), 7/82 



83/09/19-100 Finding, 9/19/83 

83/09/19-105 

84/01/00-005 



Finding, 11/25/85 (see Finding, 
12/5/85) 



Finding, 12/5/85 (also called 
the 11/25/85 Finding) 



85/12/05-650 
85/12/05-700 
85/12/05-781 
85/12/05-815 
86/11/13-022 
86/11/19-352 
86/11/21-096 
86/11/21-432 
86/11/21-441 
86/11/21-442 
86/11/21-450 
86/11/21-481 



arms for hostages issue 



Date 

85/12/05-123 
85/12/05-656 
86/11/19-352 
86/11/21-106 



85/12/05-500 



86/11/21-431 



85/12/05-124 
85/12/05-126 



85/11/23-228 



85/12/05-780 
85/12/05-781 
85/12/07-300 
86/11/21-446 



85/11/25-500 
85/12/05-110 
85/12/05-111 
85/12/05-114 
85/12/05-126 
85/12/05-650 
85/12/05-660 
85/12/05-670 
86/01/07-350 



85/11/23-230 
85/11/26-390 
85/11/26-400 
85/11/26-420 
85/11/26-421 
85/11/26-430 
85/12/05-113 
85/12/05-500 
85/12/05-640 
85/12/05-670 



Topic 

destroyed (see also 
-- Poindexter) 



drafting 
embarrassing 
general ly 

George, Clair 
McFarlane, Robert 

McMahon, John 



Meese, Edwin 



85/11/26-010 
85/11/26-400 
85/12/05-111 
85/12/05-113 
85/12/05-114 
85/12/05-500 
85/12/05-640 
85/12/05-700 
85/12/08-780 
86/01/07-805 
86/11/22-512 



85/12/05-780 



85/12/05-650 
86/11/21-432 
86/11/21-440 
86/11/21-450 



Casey, William 



CIA concern 
CYA for the CIA 



86/11/21-445 



85/12/05-035 
85/12/05-036 



85/11/20-350 
85/11/26-400 
85/11/26-420 
85/11/26-421 
85/11/26-500 
85/12/05-113 
85/12/05-114 
85/12/05-500 
85/12/05-700 



85/12/05-113 



"misleading picture" 



non-notification pro- 
vis i on 



North, Oliver 



not an "operative 
document" 



86/11/21-481 



•- deni ability 



85/12/05-660 



-- not fully staffed 



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Date 
85/12/05-670 

85/12/05-658 

86/01/07-351 



85/11/26-010 
85/11/26-430 
85/12/04-007 
85/12/04-201 
85/12/05-100 
85/12/05-110 
85/12/05-111 
85/12/05-113 
85/12/05-114 
85/12/05-120 
85/12/05-640 
85/12/05-650 
85/12/05-700 
85/12/05-780 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/07-351 
86/11/21-095 
86/11/21-096 
86/11/21-099 
86/11/21-432 
86/11/21-440 
86/11/21-441 
86/11/21-442 
86/11/21-443 
86/11/21-480 
86/11/21-481 
86/11/21-482 
86/11/21-487 



85/12/05-123 



86/11/21-432 
86/11/21-441 
86/11/21-443 
86/11/21-480 
86/11/21-482 
86/11/21-485 



86/11/13-022 
86/11/13-023 



86/11/13-022 



85/12/05-114 
85/12/05-650 
85/12/05-700 



86/11/21-444 
85/12/05-113 



Topic 
not properly staffed 



"open to misinterpret- 
ation" 



operative dates 

Poindexter, John (see 
also -- destroyed) 



Poindexter regrets 
letting President sign 
it 



"politically embar- 
rassing" 



President forgot by 
11/23/86 



-- President read it 



President Reagan 



Presidential Records Act 



President's signing 



Date 

85/12/05-024 
85/12/05-035 
85/12/05-036 



85/12/05-113 
85/12/07-200 



85/11/26-500 



85/12/05-126 
86/11/13-023 



85/12/05-715 



85/12/05-110 
85/12/05-111 
85/12/05-120 
85/12/05-125 
85/12/05-640 
85/12/05-650 
85/12/05-656 
85/12/05-700 
86/11/21-440 
86/11/21-481 



85/12/05-650 
86/11/21-440 



85/11/20-350 
85/11/25-500 
85/11/26-390 
85/11/26-400 
85/12/05-500 
85/12/05-700 



85/12/05-650 

85/12/05-658 
86/11/19-352 

85/12/05-020 
85/12/05-113 
85/12/07-252 
85/12/07-220 



86/11/10-037 
86/11/10-040 



Topic 



Regan, Donald 

replenishment 
retroactivity 

Shultz, George 
signed/signing 



"significant political 
embarrassment" 



Sporkin, Stanley 



-- staffing 

-- strategic purposes 

- - "taken out of con- 
text . . . could . . 
damage the President 



•- Vice President Bush 



Weinberger, Caspar 



White House Meeting, 
12/7/85 



White House Meeting, 
11/10/86 



85/11/26-421 
85/11/26-500 



ratification provision 



85/12/05-025 
85/12/07-703 



wording 



254 



70 



Date Topic 

Finding, 1/2/86 

86/01/02-100 - CIA draft 



86/01/02-100 
86/01/03-030 
86/01/03-100 
86/01/05-200 



86/01/02-100 
86/01/03-020 



Finding, 1/3/86 
-- North draft 



Sporkin draft 



Finding, 1/6/86 
86/01/07-351 -- Administration consultation 



86/01/05-200 
86/01/06-100 
86/01/06-480 
86/01/07-356 



86/01/07-355 
86/01/07-356 



86/01/06-530 



85/12/05-804 
86/01/05-200 
86/01/06-150 
86/01/06-701 
86/11/21-431 



86/01/16-290 
86/01/06-530 
86/01/06-500 



86/01/06-530 
86/01/07-351 
86/01/07-355 
86/01/07-356 
86/01/07-806 



86/01/06-530 



86/01/07-351 
86/01/07-356 



86/01/06-530 
86/01/07-804 



86/01/06-480 
86/01/06-500 
86/01/07-050 



"and third parties" 

cover memo 

Fortier, Donald 
general ly 



Meese, Edwin 
NSC Meeting Chronology 
not fully staffed 
Poindexter, John 



President Reagan 
President's signing 

Regan, Donald 

s i gned 



Date 
86/01/07-052 

86/01/07-356 

86/01/06-100 

86/01/06-530 

86/01/07-351 



86/01/07-352 
86/01/16-291 



86/01/07-147 



86/00/01-183 
86/00/01-184 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/16-300 
86/01/16-302 
86/01/17-100 
86/01/17-105 
86/01/17-106 
86/01/17-110 
86/01/17-200 
86/01/17-205 
86/01/17-210 
86/01/17-215 
86/01/17-216 
86/01/17-220 
86/01/17-221 
86/01/17-250 
86/01/17-290 
86/01/17-291 
86/01/17-303 
86/01/17-351 
86/01/17-712 
86/11/10-082 
86/11/10-209 



86/01/17-110 



85/12/05-660 



85/12/05-124 
86/01/16-300 
86/01/17-030 
86/01/17-050 
86/01/17-060 
86/01/17-065 
86/01/17-067 
86/01/17-270 
86/01/17-271 
86/01/17-285 
86/01/17-295 
86/01/17-350 
86/11/21-431 
86/11/25-449 



Topic 
signed inadvertently 

Sporkin, Stanley 

text 

Vice President Bush 



•- White House Meeting, 
1/7/86 



Finding, 1/17/86 
- - Casey, Wi I liam 



Congressional notifi- 
cation 



cover memo 



-- Fortier, Donald 
-- fully staffed 
-- generally 



255 



Date 

85/11/23-228 
86/01/17-092 



Topic 
George, Clair 



Date 

85/12/05-670 
86/01/17-110 



Topic 
- Vice President Bush 



71 



86/11/24-510 
86/01/25-000 



Green, Tom 



intelligence to Iranians 



85/12/05-670 



Weinberger, Caspar 



Findings, 12/85-1/86 



86/01/15-120 
86/05/29-011 



86/01/25-000 
85/12/05-670 
86/11/25-417 



McFarlane, Robert 



-- McMahon, John 



- Heese, Edwin 



Meese's "routine 
concurrence" 



85/12/07-400 



85/12/07-400 
85/12/07-401 



85/12/07-400 
85/12/07-401 



85/12/05-660 



Meese, Edwin 



North, Oliver 



-- Poindexter, John 



"single process" 



86/01/16-290 
86/01/16-291 



86/01/17-110 



85/12/05-670 
86/01/07-352 
86/01/07-356 
86/01/17-105 
86/01/17-106 



85/12/05-670 
86/01/17-110 



Meeting, 1/16/86 



NSC Meeting Chronology 



Poindexter, John 



Findings, 1/86 



President Reagan 



86/01/07-350 



Poindexter, John 



81/12/04-100 Findings, Generally 

86/01/16-155 

86/01/16-156 

86/11/21-442 



85/12/05-035 Hughes-Ryan Amendment 



85/12/05-670 Iran Findings 



86/01/17-105 
86/01-17-106 



-- President's briefing 



86/01/02-060 Iran Proposals, 1/86 
86/01/02-100 



86/11/19-331 

86/01/17-110 
86/01/17-350 



85/12/07-169 
86/01/17-110 



86/01/17-352 

85/12/05-670 
86/01/17-060 
86/01/17-050 



President's news 
conference, 11/19/86 

President's signing 

private parties 

Regan, Donald 



Secord, Richard: 
"private agent" of 
the CIA 



Shultz, George 

s i gned 

text 



86/04/14-208 Leaks from Congress 



85/11/26-050 McFarlane, Robert 



86/11/21-321 Meese, Edwin 



86/01/03-100 Meese Involvement, 1/86 

86/01/06-400 

86/01/06-450 

86/01/07-051 



85/11/26-050 "Mental Finding" 

86/11/21-315 

86/11/21-320 

86/11/21-321 

86/11/21-338 

86/12/17-105 



85/03/06-170 Nicaragua 



81/03/00-100 Nicaragua, 3/81 



256 



72 



Date Topic 

81/12/00-100 Nicaragua, 12/81 



83/09/19-100 Nicaragua, 9/19/83 
83/09/19-105 



Date 

86/02/24-420 
86/02/27-105 



85/12/06-000 Kimche, David 



Topic 



82/07/12-100 Nicaragua (Proposed), 7/82 



86/12/17-105 Oral Finding 



85/03/06-170 Poindexter, John 
85/12/05-040 



85/12/05-024 Ratification Provision (see 
also Finding, 12/5/85 •■ 
ratification provision) 



85/12/06-000 London Meeting, 12/8/85 

85/12/08-200 

85/12/08-201 

85/12/08-250 

85/12/08-260 

85/12/08-300 

85/12/09-147 



86/01/22-000 London Meeting, 1/86 



86/02/06-000 London Meeting, 2/86 



85/12/05-024 Retroactive Findings 

85/12/05-040 

86/11/21-440 

86/11/21-442 



86/08/08-500 London Meeting, 8/8/86 



85/12/06-000 Nimrodi, Yaacov 



86/01/16-302 Smith, William French 



86/03/07-050 North, Oliver 



85/01/22-130 Third-Country Support for the 
Contras 



85/12/01-000 Paris Meeting, 12/85 



86/10/11-117 Wallison, Peter 



86/03/07-000 Paris Meeting, 3/86 
86/03/07-030 



86/01/07-801 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 

86/01/07-803 

86/01/07-804 

86/01/07-805 

86/01/07-806 



86/02/24-420 Phoenix Missiles 



85/12/09-147 President's Briefing, 12/9/85 



86/02/25-200 "rug merchant type of stuff" 



FIRST CHANNEL (see also GHORBANIFAR, 
MANUCHER) 

86/03/07-050 Flaws 



85/12/06-000 Schwimmer, Adolph 
85/12/06-000 Second, Richard 



86/02/18-400 Frankfurt Meeting, 2/86 

86/02/24-000 

86/02/24-300 

86/02/24-400 

86/02/24-420 

86/02/27-100 

86/02/27-105 

86/02/27-120 

86/02/27-150 

86/02/27-155 



86/02/27-150 Shultz, George 



86/02/15-100 TOWs 



"FIRST CONTACT" (see IRANIANS: 
CODE NAMES) 



85/12/06-000 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

86/02/24-400 

86/02/27-105 



86/02/24-000 Hakim, Albert 
86/02/24-400 



"FIRST IRANIAN" (see IRANIANS: 
CODE NAMES) 



257 



73 



Date Topic 

FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT 

86/01/07-800 Congressional Notification 
86/01/15-305 



Date 
86/10/05-190 



Topic 



86/00/07-620 Attractiveness of Plan 

86/00/07-621 

86/00/07-622 



FORTIER, DONALD (Special Assistant 
to the President and Deputy to 
National Security Adviser Poindexter; 
Died 8/23/86) 

84/10/03-100 Contra Role 



86/11/21-790 Diversion 



86/01/06-530 Finding, 1/6/86 



86/01/17-110 Finding, 1/17/86 



85/01/22-130 Finding for Contra Support 



86/00/07-220 Authorization 

86/00/07-250 

86/00/07-251 

86/00/07-260 

86/00/07-262 

86/00/07-263 



86/00/03-561 Casey, William 

86/00/07-030 

86/00/07-100 

86/00/07-140 

86/00/07-143 

86/00/07-145 

86/00/07-810 



86/08/28-120 Central American Task Force 
86/08/28-121 Chief (C/CATF) 



85/05/04-102 Ledeen, Michael 



84/10/03-588 Legislative Strategy 



85/01/22-130 Poindexter, John 
86/05/02-503 



86/00/07-810 CIA 

86/00/07-812 

86/00/07-815 

86/05/15-420 

86/05/15-421 



86/00/07-185 CIA Reserve for Contingencies 



85/05/04-102 SNIE on Iran, 1985 



86/00/07-815 Clarridge, Duane 

86/05/15-420 

86/05/15-421 



FORUAY INDUSTRIES 
86/09/27-100 Hakim, Albert 



86/00/07-145 Congressional Oversight 



86/00/07-620 Diversions, Other 



86/09/27-100 Zucker, Uillard 



FRASER, EDIE 
(With Miner & Fraser, a Public 
Relations Firm; Fund Raiser for 
the Contras; Organizer of 
Nicaraguan Refugee Dinner, 
4/85) 

85/03/04-100 North, Oliver 



86/00/07-145 Erria 

86/05/15-390 

86/05/15-400 

86/05/15-410 

86/05/15-411 

86/05/15-412 

86/05/15-420 

86/05/15-421 



86/00/07-251 Executive Order 12333 



86/00/07-300 Financial Accounting 



86/00/07-145 Findings 



FULL-SERVICE COVERT OPERATION 

85/09/04-200 Abrams, Elliott 
86/00/09-181 



86/00/07-030 Generally 



86/00/03-561 George, Clair 



258 



74 



Date Topic 

86/00/07-135 Government Within a Government 



86/00/07-260 McFarlane, Robert 

86/00/07-263 

86/00/07-265 



86/00/07-258 Meese, Edwin 
86/00/09-960 



Date 



Topic 



86/07/29-300 Memo, 7/29/86: Vice 

86/07/29-301 President Bush's Meeting 

86/07/29-302 with Nir 

86/07/29-310 

86/07/29-311 

86/07/29-312 

86/07/29-313 

86/07/29-314 



86/07/29-314 Moderate Iranians 



86/00/07-251 NSDD 159 



86/00/07-260 Nonappropriated Funds 



86/07/29-311 North, Oliver 

86/07/29-313 

86/07/29-314 



86/00/07-143 North, Oliver 
86/00/07-620 



86/07/29-310 North, Oliver: Requests Vice 
President -Nir Meeting 



86/00/07-120 Off -Budget Account 



86/07/29-314 President's Speech, 11/13/86 



86/00/07-100 Off-the-shelf 
86/00/07-140 



86/00/07-620 Poindexter, John 
86/00/07-621 



86/00/07-250 President Reagan 
86/00/07-622 

86/00/07-030 Second, Richard 



86/07/29-313 Sequential Release of Hostages 



86/07/29-300 Vice President Bush's Meeting 

86/07/29-301 with Nir, 7/29/86 

86/07/29-302 

86/07/29-310 

86/07/29-311 

86/07/29-312 

86/07/29-313 

86/07/29-314 



86/00/07-140 Self-Financing 



85/09/04-200 Shultz, George 



FURMARK, ROY (N.Y. Attorney) 
86/10/11-116 Allen, Charles 



86/00/07-140 Stand-Alone Entity 



86/00/09-181 Who Knew 



86/10/17-100 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/17-102 



86/10/24-403 Arms for Hostages 



86/10/24-401 Canadian Financiers 



FULLER, CRAIG (Chief of Staff for 
Vice President Bush) 

86/07/29-300 Iran Initiative 

86/07/29-301 

86/07/29-302 

86/07/29-310 

86/07/29-311 

86/07/29-312 

86/07/29-313 

86/07/29-314 



86/07/29-312 Memo, 7/29/86: "tried to set 
forth in almost verbatim 
material what had been said" 



86/00/09-812 
86/01/17-620 
86/10/07-500 
86/10/11-110 
86/10/11-116 
86/10/11-117 
86/10/17-100 
86/10/17-101 
86/10/17-102 
86/10/24-401 
86/10/24-402 
86/10/24-403 
86/11/19-714 
86/11/19-715 
86/11/21-700 
86/11/21-720 



Casey, Wi 1 1 iam 



259 



75 



Date Topic 

86/11/22-650 
86/11/22-651 
86/11/22-652 
86/11/22-657 



86/10/24-401 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



Date 



Topic 



86/10/11-112 Poindexter, John 

86/10/11-113 

86/10/11-116 



86/11/24-706 Regan, Donald 



86/10/24-401 Schwimmer, Adolph 



86/11/19-714 Central American Task Force 
86/11/19-715 Chief (C/CATF) 



86/10/11-100 Shredding Documents 

86/10/11-110 

86/10/11-120 



86/10/11-116 Diversion 
86/10/24-402 



86/10/24-402 TOW Transactions, Summer 1985 



86/10/11-100 Diversion Disclosed 

86/10/11-112 

86/10/11-113 

86/10/11-120 



86/00/04-200 Diversion Memos 
86/00/04-550 



86/10/24-401 Evans, Samuel 



GADD, RICHARD (President of American 
National Management Corporation; of 
Airmach, Inc.; and of Eagle Aviation 
Services & Technology, Inc. [EAST]; 
Lt. Col., USAF, Ret.) 

85/09/00-003 ACE 
85/11/15-100 



86/10/17-100 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/17-102 

86/10/24-401 



85/09/21-700 Air Mach 



85/01/00-010 Arms Transactions 



86/10/24-402 HAWK Spare Parts to Iran 



86/10/24-402 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/02/01-293 Central American Task Force 
86/02/01-294 Chief (C/CATF) 
86/03/00-800 
86/12/09-301 



86/10/07-500 Iran-Contra Report 



85/10/01-300 Costa Rican Airstrip 



85/06/19-100 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 



86/10/17-100 Khashoggi, Adnan 



86/10/24-403 Lakeside 



85/09/21-700 Duemling, Robert 

86/02/01-293 

86/03/00-800 



86/02/01-293 "fly-by-night operation" 



86/10/07-500 Ledeen, Michael 



85/10/01-300 Hakim, Albert 



86/00/09-690 Meese, Edwin 

86/11/22-654 

86/11/22-657 



86/04/20-220 Ilopango 



86/04/10-112 Lethal Drop 



86/10/24-401 Nimrodi, Yaacov 



86/10/24-401 Nir, Amiram 



86/10/11-110 North, Oliver 
86/10/11-120 



86/03/00-800 Nicaraguan Humanitarian 

Assistance Organization (NHAO) 



85/09/21-700 North, Oliver 

85/10/01-300 

85/11/15-100 

85/12/15-090 

86/02/01-293 



260 



76 



Date Topic 

86/03/00-650 
86/03/00-800 
86/04/10-112 



85/09/21-700 Owen, Robert 



Date Topic 

85/09/02-100 Channell, Carl 

85/09/02-150 

85/09/02-175 

86/01/01-100 

86/04/01-400 

86/04/01-430 

86/04/11-150 



85/09/00-002 Resupply Operation 

86/02/01-250 

86/02/01-290 

86/02/01-293 

86/02/01-294 

86/02/28-100 

86/03/00-650 

86/03/00-750 

86/03/00-800 

86/06/21-700 

86/08/08-100 

86/08/08-256 



80/04/00-101 Second, Richard 

85/09/00-002 

85/09/21-700 

85/11/18-102 

85/12/15-090 

86/06/21-700 



84/05/01-600 Generally 
85/08/01-400 



86/04/15-150 NEPL 
86/05/19-900 



85/09/02-100 North, Oliver 

85/09/02-150 

86/04/01-400 

86/04/01-430 

86/04/11-150 



86/12/01-500 Oliver North Legal Defense Fund 



85/09/02-180 One Good Punch, the 



86/02/01-294 "shyster alarms" 



85/09/02-150 "One-Two Punch," the 
85/09/02-175 



85/09/00-003 Southern Air Transport 



85/11/18-102 Venezuelan Aircraft 



86/04/01-400 Weapons List 
86/04/01-430 



86/01/01-100 White House Briefing 



GAFFNEY, HENRY, Jr. (Director of Plans, 
Defense Security Assistance Agency, 
DoD) 

85/11/18-150 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 
86/11/22-400 



85/11/18-150 Weinberger, Caspar 



GATES, ROBERT (Deputy Director of Central 
Intelligence; CIA Acting Director During 
William Casey's Illness, Prior to William 
Webster's Appointment As DCI) 

86/10/09-100 Casey, William 



86/11/20-660 Casey's Congressional 
86/11/20-663 Testimony, 11/21/86 



GARCIA, JESUS 

86/04/07-215 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/11/20-663 Casey's Congressional Tes- 
timony, 11/21/86: Mention of 
Diversion at CIA Preparation 
Meeting 



86/04/07-200 Iran-Contra Report 



86/10/08-715 Dawa Prisoners 



86/00/09-812 Furmark, Roy 
86/10/11-116 



GARWOOD, ELLEN CLAYTON ST. JOHN 
(Private Donor to the 
Contras; Author) 

85/09/02-100 Calero, Adolfo 



85/09/00-070 George, Clair 

86/11/20-660 

86/11/20-663 

86/11/20-664 



261 



77 



Date Topic 

86/10/09-100 Insulated from Information 



86/00/09-812 North, Oliver 
86/10/09-100 



86/07/15-201 Poindexter, John 

86/07/15-218 

86/07/15-220 

86/10/11-116 

86/11/20-543 

86/11/20-544 



Date Topic 

86/10/14-301 
86/10/14-302 
86/10/14-410 



85/09/00-040 
85/09/00-050 
85/10/08-200 
85/11/23-227 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-115 
86/01/11-116 
86/11/20-663 
86/11/20-664 



Allen, Charles 



86/07/15-220 Sale of Secord Operation to CIA 



85/06/21-105 Armacost, Michael 



85/10/08-200 Ashgari 



GAZIT, SHLOMO (President, Ben Gurion 
University, Israel) 

85/05/04-106 Basic Working Group 



85/05/04-100 Ledeen, Michael 

85/05/04-102 

85/05/04-103 

85/05/04-105 

85/05/04-106 



GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE (GAO) 
86/02/10-101 Owen, Robert: Memo, 2/10/86 



GENEVA SUMMIT, 11/85 

85/11/20-303 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



GEOMILITECH 

85/12/00-000 Casey, William 



85/12/00-000 Generally 



85/12/00-000 Singlaub, John 



84/10/03-860 
86/03/15-100 



84/07/25-100 
85/10/00-200 
86/01/11-110 
86/01/17-295 



84/03/27-210 
84/07/00-120 
84/10/03-860 
85/06/21-101 
85/06/21-105 
85/09/00-050 
85/09/00-051 
85/09/00-070 
85/12/23-010 
86/00/03-561 
86/00/60-150 
86/01/11-110 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-116 
86/01/11-120 
86/01/17-092 
86/01/17-093 
86/01/18-120 
86/05/23-110 
86/11/07-510 
86/11/20-660 
86/11/20-663 
86/11/20-664 
86/11/20-665 
86/11/22-508 
86/11/25-140 



86/11/25-140 



Bo I and Amendment (s) 



Burn Notice on Ghorbanifar 



Casey, William 



Casey, William: "taking the 
fall after youl're] dead is 
the last great fall" 



GEORGE, CLAIR (Deputy Director for 
Operations, CIA, Since 7/1/84) 

86/10/14-300 Abrams, Elliott 



86/00/60-200 



86/11/20-660 



Casey, William: "the last 
great buccaneer from OSS" 



Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



262 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/20-663 Casey's Congressional Tes 
86/11/20-665 timony, 11/21/86: Mention of 

Diversion at CIA Preparation 

Meeting 



Date Topic 

86/12/14-200 Dunbar, Charles 

86/05/15-450 Erria 



78 



86/02/24-412 Cave, George 



86/11/25-140 Fall Guy Plan 



84/10/03-860 Central American Task Force 

84/11/07-510 Chief (C/CATF) 

85/03/21-050 

86/00/09-435 

86/03/15-100 

86/04/10-120 

86/10/14-400 

86/10/14-401 

86/10/14-405 

86/10/14-410 



85/11/23-228 Finding, 12/5/85 



85/09/00-050 Finding, 1/17/86 

85/11/23-228 

86/01/17-285 

86/01/17-295 



86/02/27-150 First Channel 



84/10/03-860 CIA 
86/10/14-350 



86/00/03-560 Full-Service Covert Operation 
86/00/03-561 



86/03/15-100 CIA Contra Activities, 1986 



86/00/03-560 CIA General Practices 
86/00/03-561 



86/11/20-663 CIA Rumors of Diversion 
86/11/20-665 



84/03/27-210 Clarridge, Duane 

85/11/23-223 

85/11/23-224 

85/11/23-225 

85/11/23-226 

85/11/23-227 

86/01/17-093 



86/00/09-435 Costa Rican Airstrip 
86/10/05-181 Covert Operations 
86/12/14-200 Dawa Prisoners 



84/07/01-100 Deputy Director for Operations, 
CIA 



86/10/05-181 "destruction of a secret ser- 
vice in a democracy": Lies 



86/00/03-560 Diversion 

86/00/03-561 

86/11/20-663 

86/11/20-664 

86/11/20-665 



86/11/20-663 Doherty, David 

85/06/07-050 DEA Hostage-Rescue Operation 



85/09/00-070 Gates, Robert 

86/11/20-660 

86/11/20-663 

86/11/20-664 



84/07/25-100 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

85/06/21-101 

85/06/21-105 

85/06/21-110 

85/09/00-050 

85/10/00-200 

85/10/08-200 

85/12/10-150 

86/01/11-110 

86/01/11-111 

86/01/11-113 

86/01/11-115 

86/01/11-116 

86/01/11-120 

86/01/17-093 

86/01/17-295 



85/06/21-111 Ghorbanifar, Manucher: "agent 
to Israel" 



86/02/24-412 Hakim, Albert 



86/10/14-200 Hasenfus Crash 

86/10/14-300 

86/10/14-301 

86/10/14-302 

86/10/14-350 

86/10/14-400 

86/10/14-401 

86/10/14-410 



85/06/21-101 Hashemi, Cyrus 

85/09/00-050 

85/09/00-051 



85/11/23-224 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



263 



79 



Date Topic 

85/11/23-225 
85/11/23-226 
85/11/23-227 
85/11/23-229 
85/11/23-231 



85/06/07-050 Hickey, Edward 



85/06/07-050 Hostage Rescue Plans 



85/06/07-050 Hostages, U.S. 



86/10/14-200 HPSCI Testimony, 10/14/86 

86/10/14-300 

86/10/14-301 

86/10/14-302 

86/10/14-350 

86/10/14-400 

86/10/14-401 

86/10/14-405 

86/10/14-410 



86/01/18-125 "I don't see how you could be 
in this business and not know 
the name of Richard Second" 



86/10/14-301 "I perceived my charter too 
sma 1 1 " 



85/09/00-070 Iran Initiative 

85/09/00-075 

86/01/17-092 

86/01/17-093 



Topic 



Date 

85/11/23-228 
85/11/23-231 
86/01/11-110 
86/05/15-450 



85/12/07-770 Moderate Iranians 



86/01/14-300 NSC 



84/07/00-120 
84/10/03-860 
84/11/07-510 
85/03/21-050 
85/06/07-050 
85/09/00-040 
85/09/00-050 
85/10/00-200 
85/11/23-227 
86/00/09-434 
86/00/09-435 
86/00/09-812 
86/00/60-150 
86/01/11-111 
86/05/15-450 
86/05/22-100 
86/05/23-110 
86/07/15-230 
86/10/05-181 
86/10/14-300 
86/10/14-301 
86/10/14-350 
86/10/14-405 
86/11/20-660 
86/11/20-664 
86/11/25-140 
86/12/14-200 



North, Oliver 



86/01/17-255 Iran-Iraq War 



86/00/60-200 North, Oliver: "harebrained 
schemes and . . . good 
schemes" 



86/01/17-092 Israel 



85/09/00-070 Israel's Demand That CIA Not Be 
85/09/00-075 Informed 



85/11/23-224 Juchniewicz, Edward 
85/11/23-231 



86/00/60-150 North's Relationship with Casey 



85/11/23-227 
85/11/23-228 



Oil-Drilling Equipment 



85/06/07-050 Perot, H. Ross 



87/08/06-100 Last Witness of Iran-Contra 
Hearings, of Sorts 



86/11/20-660 
86/11/22-508 



Poindexter, John 



85/06/21-110 Ledeen, Michael 

85/06/21-111 

85/09/00-050 

85/12/10-050 

85/12/10-151 

86/01/11-110 

86/01/11-113 



84/03/27-210 McMahon, John 

85/09/00-070 

85/11/23-224 

85/11/23-227 



85/12/07-770 
85/09/00-070 



86/00/09-435 
86/10/14-350 
86/10/14-405 



86/00/09-434 



Pragmatic Iranians 



President Reagan 



Private Benefactors 



Restricted Interagency Group 
(RIG) 



264 



80 



Date 



Topic 



84/10/03-860 Resupply Operation 

86/07/15-230 

86/10/U-200 

86/10/14-300 

86/10/14-350 



85/06/21-101 Richardson, Elliot 



86/07/15-230 Sale of Aircraft to CIA by 
86/10/14-300 North 



Topic 



Allen, Charles 



Date 

85/10/08-200 
85/12/04-600 
85/12/04-601 
85/12/04-603 
86/01/11-115 
86/01/13-200 
86/05/05-400 



86/10/17-100 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/17-102 



84/07/00-120 Second, Richard 

85/11/23-224 

85/11/23-225 

85/12/23-010 

86/01/18-120 

86/01/18-125 



85/06/21-101 Shaheen, John 



85/06/21-105 Shultz, George 



85/11/23-227 Sporkin, Stanley 

85/11/23-228 

86/01/18-120 



86/05/23-110 Suicide Pills: "like the 

controls on nuclear weapons" 



86/01/17-092 "taking the fall after youE're] 
86/11/25-140 dead is the last great fall" 



86/10/05-181 "this is a business of trust" 

85/11/23-227 "this is criminal" 

85/09/00-040 TOW Transactions, Sumner 1985 

87/08/06-100 Trivia Question 

86/01/20-200 White House Meeting, 1/20/86 



85/06/21-105 Armacost, Michael 



85/07/11-011 Arms for Hostages 

85/10/08-301 

85/10/08-305 

85/10/08-306 

85/12/01-150 



85/10/08-200 Ashgari (Ghorbanifar Alias) 

85/10/08-306 

85/11/20-299 

85/12/04-601 



85/12/15-300 Assassination Proposal 
85/12/15-310 



Bathroom Proposal 



86/00/01-010 
86/00/01-011 
86/00/01-012 
86/00/01-042 
86/00/01-046 
86/00/01-075 



85/12/08-400 Border- Line Moron 



85/12/04-600 Bumps into Ledeen at Air France 
Counter in Paris 



84/07/25-100 
85/06/21-105 
85/10/00-200 
86/01/11-100 
86/01/11-110 
86/01/11-120 
86/01/17-295 



Burn Notice 



GHORBANIFAR, MANUCHER (see also FIRST 
CHANNEL) 

(Intermediary Between NSC Staff and 
Iranian Contacts) 

85/06/21-110 Agent for Israel 

85/06/21-111 

86/01/11-105 

86/01/11-120 

86/01/11-250 

86/11/10-040 



85/06/21-105 
85/06/21-111 
86/01/11-110 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-120 
86/03/07-060 
86/10/24-401 



86/10/24-401 
86/10/24-402 
86/10/24-403 



Casey, William 



Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 



86/05/23-105 Agreement To Produce All the 
Hostages 



265 



81 



Date 

86/03/07-060 
86/04/03-100 
86/05/28-750 
86/10/24-402 



Topic 
Cave, George 



Date 

86/01/11-115 
86/01/11-116 
86/01/11-120 
86/01/17-295 



Topic 



85/09/04-507 
86/01/11-120 
86/09/02-100 



CIA 



85/12/08-201 "go pound sand" 



86/02/24-300 Hakim, Albert 



Character, Generally 



85/07/16-100 
85/12/08-400 
85/12/09-152 
85/12/10-100 
86/01/11-000 
86/01/11-100 
86/01/11-200 



86/01/17-090 Clarridge, Duane 



86/05/23-928 

86/10/17-101 



86/01/11-116 
86/01/17-295 



Coy, Craig 



Devastated Financially 



Difficult to Handle 



85/06/21-101 Hashemi, Cyrus 



86/05/23-928 HAWK Spare Parts: Financing 



85/09/00-050 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/20-299 

85/11/25-706 

85/11/25-707 

85/12/08-201 

86/10/24-402 



85/10/08-301 HAUKs, TOUs, Sidewinders, 
85/10/08-305 Harpoons and Phoenixes 



84/11/20-100 Hostage Release Proposal, 11/84 



86/05/28-750 "dishonest interlocutor" 



86/00/01-070 Diversion 

86/00/01-090 

86/00/01-210 

86/01/09-000 

86/01/13-200 

86/03/07-060 



86/04/04-010 Diversion Memo 



86/05/23-105 "duplicitous sneak" 



85/10/08-301 Hostage to the Hostages 
85/10/08-305 



86/10/17-101 Indebtedness 



86/01/11-120 "intelligence ... was 

inaccurate, incomplete and 
dishonest" 



85/06/19-100 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 

85/07/08-500 

85/08/06-030 



86/07/29-200 Frankfurt Meeting, 7/29/86 



86/10/11-116 
86/10/17-100 
86/10/17-101 
86/10/17-102 
86/10/24-401 
86/10/24-402 



Furmark, Roy 



85/06/21-110 Israeli Agent 

85/06/21-111 

86/01/11-105 

86/01/11-120 

86/01/11-250 

86/11/10-040 



86/01/11-105 Israeli Asset 



84/07/25-100 
85/06/21-101 
85/06/21-105 
85/06/21-110 
85/06/21-111 
85/09/00-050 
85/10/00-200 
85/10/08-200 
85/12/10-150 
86/01/11-110 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-113 



George, Clair 



86/01/11-113 KGB 



85/05/04-105 Khashoggi, Adnan 

86/10/11-116 

86/10/24-401 

86/10/24-402 



85/07/03-105 Kimche, David 



266 



Date 



Topic 



86/02/27-200 Kish Island Meeting Proposal, 
2/86 



82 



Date Topic 

86/01/22-000 London Meeting, 1/86 



85/10/08-306 Krayless (Ghorbanifar Alias) 



85/05/04-104 

85/05/04-105 

85/06/21-110 

85/06/21-111 

85/07/03-105 

85/07/11-010 

85/07/11-011 

85/07/29-100 

85/07/29-101 

85/07/29-110 

85/07/29-111 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/10-100 

85/09/04-500 

85/09/04-505 

85/09/04-507 

85/10/08-200 

85/10/08-300 

85/10/07-301 

85/10/08-305 

85/10/08-306 

85/10/31-805 

85/11/00-200 

85/11/25-700 

85/11/25-706 

85/11/25-707 

85/12/04-600 

85/12/04-601 

85/12/04-603 

85/12/07-743 

85/12/10-150 

85/12/15-300 

85/12/15-310 

85/12/22-102 

86/00/03-770 

86/01/11-113 

86/01/13-200 

86/01/16-650 

86/01/16-653 

86/01/24-650 

86/02/27-155 

86/11/14-200 



85/12/09-172 

86/01/11-000 
86/01/11-100 
86/01/11-110 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-113 
86/01/11-200 
86/01/17-090 



86/04/22-250 
86/05/24-704 



85/12/06-000 
85/12/07-300 
85/12/08-200 
85/12/08-201 
85/12/08-250 
85/12/09-170 



Ledeen, Michael 



Lie Detector Tests 



Lies to Both Sides 



London Meeting, 12/8/85 



86/05/06-300 London Meeting, 5/6/86 



86/08/08-500 London Meeting, 8/8/86 
86/09/02-100 



86/05/23-105 Lying to Both Sides 



85/12/15-300 Mafia Connection 



85/12/15-300 Maghrabi, Mahmoud Sulaiman 
85/12/15-310 



McFarlane, Robert 



85/05/04-105 
85/07/03-105 
85/07/30-100 
85/11/00-000 
85/12/08-201 
85/12/08-260 
85/12/08-400 
85/12/09-145 
85/12/09-154 
85/12/09-170 
85/12/09-171 
86/02/27-120 
86/03/10-200 
86/05/27-050 



86/01/25-000 McMahon, John 



85/06/21-111 Mossad 
86/01/11-113 



85/12/07-743 Nimrodi, Yaacov 



North, Oliver 



85/10/00-200 
85/10/08-300 
85/10/08-306 
85/11/20-299 
85/12/09-080 
85/12/09-086 
86/12/15-310 
86/00/01-010 
86/00/01-011 
86/00/01-046 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-130 
86/01/13-105 
86/03/02-100 
86/03/10-200 
86/04/03-100 
86/04/03-150 
86/09/02-100 



85/12/09-085 North, Oliver: Memo, 12/9/85 



85/12/09-171 North, Oliver: PROF, 12/4/85 



85/11/00-000 "not your normal Western 
Jef fersonian" 



267 



83 



Date 



Topic 



86/01/11-110 "only questions he passed were 
his name and his nationality" 



86/04/07-300 "Our Boss" PROF 



85/12/22-102 Overcharges of Iranians 
86/07/29-200 



85/09/04-500 Paris Meeting, 9/4/85 

85/09/04-505 

86/03/07-030 



Date Topic 

85/11/00-200 "Senior Iranian," Meeting with 

85/10/31-805 "Senior Iranian," Payments to 



86/07/29-200 Sequential Release of Hostages 
86/07/29-201 



84/11/20-100 Shackley, Theodore 
85/05/04-104 



86/05/25-050 Tehran Trip, 5/86 



85/12/01-000 Paris Meeting, 12/85 



86/04/03-100 Tehran Trip: Preparations 



86/03/07-000 Paris Meeting, 3/86 
86/03/10-200 



85/12/09-085 Poindexter, John 

85/12/09-086 

85/12/09-170 

85/12/09-171 

85/12/09-172 

86/00/01-055 

86/00/01-056 

86/01/11-105 

86/01/11-250 

86/02/01-100 

86/04/03-150 

86/05/23-115 



85/07/29-100 Tel Aviv Meeting, 7/29/85 

85/07/29-101 

85/07/29-110 

85/07/29-111 



86/01/11-111 Terrorist Information 
86/01/11-115 



85/08/20-300 TOW Shipment, Summer 1985 
85/09/04-505 



86/02/13-100 TOW Transaction, 2/86 



Polygraph (see Lie Detector 
Test) 



86/10/24-402 TOW Transactions, Summer 1985: 
F i nanc i ng 



86/04/03-150 President Reagan 



86/01/11-130 Vice President Bush 



86/00/01-090 Profits 

86/04/03-100 

86/05/28-750 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



84/11/20-100 "Ransom Deal," 11/84 



85/10/08-300 Washington Meeting, 10/8/85 

85/10/08-301 

85/20/08-305 

85/10/08-306 



86/04/03-100 Washington Meeting, 4/3-4/4/86 

86/04/03-150 

86/04/04-010 



86/01/11-120 Savak Agent 



86/11/10-040 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 



85/05/04-104 Schwimmer, Adotph 

85/05/04-105 

85/07/11-011 

86/01/16-650 



85/12/01-150 Secord, Richard 

86/01/11-200 

86/01/13-105 



GOLDWATER, BARRY (U.S. Senator, R-Ariz., 
1953-64, 1964-86; Chairman, Senate 
Select Committee on Intelligence, 
1981-84) 

84/01/00-005 Mining Nicaraguan Harbors 



86/03/10-200 "self-serving mischief maker" 



GOMEZ, MAX (see RODRIGUEZ, FELIX) 



268 



84 



Date 



Topic 



GOOOE, MR. or WILLIAM (see NORTH, 
OLIVER) 



Date Topic 

86/11/25-650 OEOB, 11/25/86 
86/11/25-660 



GORBA (Abbreviation for GHORBANIFAR, 
MANUCHER) 



86/11/25-530 Second, Richard 



86/11/25-660 Smuggled Documents 



86/11/25-660 "Ue shred every day" 



GORMAN, GEN. PAUL (Commander in Chief, 
U.S. Southern Command, 5/83-2/85; 
U.S. Army, Ret.) 

84/11/07-501 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



84/11/07-280 HINDS 

84/11/07-275 

84/11/07-400 



GREGG, DONALD (Assistant to Vice 
President Bush for National 
Security Affairs; Formerly with 
the CIA) 

86/11/11-100 Bustillo, Juan 



86/05/01-217 Byrne, Phyllis 



84/11/07-275 North, Oliver 

84/11/07-400 

84/11/07-501 

86/00/09-600 



84/12/21-210 Rodriguez, Felix 
84/12/21-215 



86/10/00-340 Steele, James 



86/08/12-130 Central American Task Force 
86/08/12-131 Chief (C/CATF) 



86/11/03-100 Chronology, His 
86/12/15-108 



86/00/02-995 Diversion 

86/11/25-319 

86/12/15-105 



86/06/25-200 Dutton, Robert 



"GREEN, MR." (see also NORTH, OLIVER) 

85/10/01-510 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/08/08-252 Earl, Robert 



86/12/15-108 FBI Contact 



85/09/20-100 Resupply Operation 
85/10/01-510 Rodriguez, Felix 



81/12/00-100 Nicaragua Finding, 12/81 



82/07/12-100 Nicaragua Finding Proposed, 
7/12/82 



GREEN, THOMAS (Washington, D.C. Attorney; 
Represented Hakim, Secord and North 
in 11/86; Represented Secord in 5/87) 

86/11/24-500 DoJ Meeting, 11/24/86 
86/11/24-510 



86/11/25-050 DoJ Meeting, 11/25/86 



86/11/24-500 Diversion 
86/11/24-510 



85/09/10-100 North, Oliver 

86/00/09-700 

86/06/25-330 

86/08/08-258 

86/08/12-115 

86/08/12-116 

86/08/12-150 

86/12/15-100 

86/12/15-105 

86/12/15-106 

86/12/15-107 

86/12/15-108 



86/08/08-258 North's Videotape 



269 



85 



Date Topic 

86/12/15-106 Note About Rodriguez Lost in 
Gregg's "Particular Heavy 
Suit" 



82/07/12-100 Pastora, Eden 



86/08/08-295 
86/11/25-319 



86/04/16-222 
86/05/01-217 
86/05/01-300 



86/07/29-600 
86/07/31-105 
86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-200 
86/08/08-250 
86/08/08-252 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-256 
86/08/08-257 
86/08/08-270 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-286 
86/08/12-100 
86/08/12-110 
86/08/12-115 
86/08/12-116 
86/08/12-120 
86/08/12-121 
86/08/12-130 
86/08/12-131 
86/08/12-150 
86/08/12-151 
86/08/12-152 
86/11/07-050 



83/11/03-100 
84/12/21-200 
84/12/21-210 
84/12/21-215 
85/01/22-200 
85/02/19-200 
85/06/05-200 
85/12/20-100 
86/05/01-250 
86/05/01-300 
86/06/25-200 
86/06/25-330 
86/07/31-105 
86/08/03-100 
86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-200 
86/08/08-250 
86/08/08-252 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-256 
86/08/08-257 
86/08/08-270 
86/08/08-295 
86/08/12-100 
86/08/12-110 
86/08/12-115 
86/08/12-116 
86/08/12-120 
86/08/12-121 
86/08/12-130 
86/08/12-150 



Poindexter, John 



"Resupply of the Contras" 



Resupply Operation 



Rodriguez, Felix 



Date Topic 

86/08/12-151 
86/11/07-050 
86/11/11-100 
86/12/15-100 
86/12/15-105 
86/12/15-106 
86/12/15-107 
86/12/15-108 



86/12/15-100 Rodriguez' Message About North 

86/12/15-105 

86/12/15-106 

86/12/15-107 



86/08/12-150 Secord, Richard 



85/06/05-200 Steele, James 
85/09/10-100 



86/08/08-282 "swap of weapons for dollars" 
86/08/08-283 



86/08/08-285 Vice President Bush 
86/12/15-107 



86/08/12-110 Watergate 



86/01/19-150 Watson, Samuel 

86/04/16-222 

86/07/29-600 

86/07/31-105 

86/08/08-256 

86/08/08-282 

86/08/08-283 

86/08/08-285 

86/08/08-286 

86/08/12-151 



86/08/12-150 Wilson, Edwin 



GRETCH WORLD 

85/04/01-699 Calero, Adolfo 
85/04/11-220 



85/04/11-220 McCoy, James 



GRIES, DAVID (Director, Office of 
Congressional Affairs, CIA, 
2/86-1/88) 

86/11/20-550 Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



86/11/20-550 Oil -Drilling Equipment 



270 



Date Topic 

"HAKIM ACCORDS" (see 9-POINT PLAN) 



Date 

86/11/24-500 Green, Tom 
86/11/24-510 



Topic 



86 



HAKIM, ALBERT (Business Associate 
of Richard Second; Involved in 
Contacts Between NSC Staff and 
Iranians) 

84/07/00-160 Arms Purchases 



86/10/08-380 Hustling 



86/02/27-200 Kish Island Meeting Proposal, 
2/86 



85/07/00-030 Korel Assets 



86/02/24-410 Background 



86/02/24-410 Baksheesh 
86/02/24-420 
86/09/25-200 
86/09/25-201 



86/06/00-420 Brunei 



86/08/25-105 Brussels Meeting, 8/25/86 



86/05/20-000 Button Account 

86/05/20-050 

86/05/20-110 



86/02/24-412 CIA View 



86/10/08-360 Motivations 
86/10/08-370 



86/03/26-005 Napier, Shirley 



86/09/25-201 "network of assets" in Iran 



86/10/08-302 9-Point Plan 

86/10/08-304 

86/10/08-307 

86/10/08-310 

86/10/08-350 

86/10/08-380 

86/10/08-390 

86/10/08-703 

86/10/08-800 

86/10/10-300 



86/05/16-460 Contra Funding 
86/05/16-461 



86/05/21-100 North, Betsy 
86/05/21-120 



85/10/01-300 Costa Rican Airstrip 



86/10/08-307 Dawa Prisoners 

86/10/08-421 

86/10/08-570 

86/10/10-300 



86/05/30-100 DEA Hostage- Rescue Operation 
86/02/23-950 Enterprise Diagram 
86/05/30-100 Erria 



86/02/18-400 Frankfurt Meeting, 2/86 

86/02/24-000 

86/02/24-300 

86/02/24-400 

86/02/24-420 



85/10/01-300 North, Oliver 

86/02/18-400 

86/02/24-200 

86/02/24-205 

86/03/02-100 

86/05/20-000 

86/05/20-050 

86/05/20-110 

86/05/20-180 

86/09/25-200 

86/09/25-201 

86/10/08-370 

86/10/08-380 

86/10/08-390 

86/10/08-570 

86/11/25-124 



86/11/11-300 North's Draft Statement for 
Rafsanjani, 11/11/86 



86/09/19-020 OEOB Meeting, 9/86 
86/09/19-025 



86/10/08-533 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 



86/00/04-740 Other Diversions 



86/02/24-412 George, Clair 



85/12/09-086 Poindexter, John 
86/10/08-533 



86/02/24-300 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



271 



87 



Date 

86/00/04-726 Profit 

86/07/15-225 

86/08/01-100 

86/10/08-310 

86/10/08-360 

86/10/08-380 



Topic 



Date 

85/04/11-230 
85/05/31-100 
86/11/21-615 
86/11/21-616 
86/11/21-620 
86/11/25-650 
86/11/25-660 



Topic 



86/05/30-100 Radios 



86/01/17-618 Reasonable Compensation 



86/07/15-100 Resupply Operation 



85/03/05-216 Attorney General 's 
Investigation 



85/03/16-100 Contra Fall -Back Plan Memo, 
3/16/85 



86/11/23-900 Second Channel 



85/05/31-100 Contra Near-Term Outlook Memo, 
5/31/85 



76/00/00-000 Secord, Richard 

86/03/02-100 

86/06/00-420 

86/09/25-201 



85/03/05-216 Coy, Craig 



85/04/11-230 Current Donors Memo, 4/11/85 



86/10/08-380 Secretary of State, On Having 
It Better Than the 



86/03/05-200 Self - Insurance 



86/04/04-118 Diversion Memo 

86/04/04-200 

86/04/04-201 



86/09/25-200 $7 Mi 1 1 ion Deposit 



85/03/05-215 End-User Certificates 
85/03/05-216 



86/10/08-302 7-Point Plan 



86/11/25-650 Green, Tom 
86/11/25-660 



86/10/08-800 Shultz, George 



86/08/26-210 KL-43s 



86/09/20-100 STTGI Meeting, 9/86 
86/09/20-110 



86/11/21-615 McFarlane's List of Problem 
86/11/21-616 Memos 



86/02/24-410 Swiss Bank Accounts 
86/09/25-201 



85/02/06-310 Monimbo 
85/02/06-311 



86/02/24-300 Wig 



86/03/05-200 Will 

86/03/05-220 

86/03/05-240 



86/08/26-101 Napier, Shirley 

86/08/26-102 

86/08/26-109 

86/08/26-110 

86/10/29-100 



84/12/04-100 North Memo, 12/4/84 



HALL, FAWN (Secretary to Oliver North 
at the NSC from 1983 Until 11/25/86) 

86/11/21-900 "Above the written law" 



84/12/04-100 Altered Documents 

85/02/06-310 

85/02/06-311 

85/03/05-215 

85/03/05-216 

85/03/16-100 



84/12/04-100 North, Oliver 

85/02/06-310 

85/02/06-311 

85/03/05-215 

85/03/16-100 

85/04/11-230 

85/05/31-100 

86/11/21-615 

86/11/21-900 

86/11/25-650 



272 



88 



Date Topic 

86/11/03-330 North's Ledger 

86/04/04-118 Poindexter, John 



86/11/25-480 President Reagan: "I just 
didn't know" 



86/11/25-480 President's Call to North, 
11/25/86 



86/11/21-500 Shredding Documents 

86/11/21-678 

86/11/21-680 

86/11/27-400 



Date 



Topic 



85/08/16-200 Letter to McFarlane, 8/20/85 

85/08/16-292 

85/08/16-430 

85/08/16-431 

85/08/16-434 

85/08/16-450 

85/08/20-100 

85/09/03-100 

85/09/05-050 

85/09/05-100 

86/11/21-615 



85/08/16-204 McFarlane's Response: Too 
Categorical 



86/08/06-273 North, Oliver 



86/11/25-650 Smuggled Documents 

86/11/25-660 

86/11/25-670 



86/08/06-220 Poindexter, John 

86/08/06-221 

86/08/06-223 



86/11/25-660 "Ue shred every day" 
86/11/27-400 



86/11/07-331 White House Chronologies 



HALL, WILMA (Secretary to Robert 
McFarlane While He Was National 
Security Adviser; Later, Secretary 
to Donald Fortier, Then to Alton Keel) 

85/05/04-106 Ledeen, Michael 

85/07/11-010 

85/09/09-100 



85/11/26-850 McFarlane PROF, 11/26/85 



85/08/31-103 "Private Blank Check" 



86/07/21-121 Resolution of Inquiry on North 

86/08/06-050 

86/08/06-100 

86/08/06-115 

86/08/06-250 

86/10/05-200 



85/08/16-204 Written Questions for McFarlane 



HARBORS, NICARAGUAN (see MINING 
NICARAGUAN HARBORS) 



HAMILTON, JOSEPH 
(Seller of the Land Which Became 
The Costa Rican Airstrip) 

85/10/01-400 Costa Rican Airstrip 



HAMILTON, LEE (U.S. Representative, 
D-Ind., 1964 -Present; Chairman, 
House Permanent Select Committee on 
Intelligence; Chairman, House 
Select Committee to Investigate 
Covert Arms Transactions with 
I ran) 

86/08/06-220 Inquiries About North 
86/08/06-221 



85/08/16-160 Iran-Contra Report 



HASENFUS CRASH 

85/09/04-200 Abrams, Elliott 

86/10/05-190 

86/10/14-100 

86/10/14-300 

86/10/14-301 

86/10/14-302 

86/10/14-410 

86/10/16-100 

86/10/23-100 

86/10/24-100 



86/10/05-190 Bodies Retrieved 

86/10/05-200 Cannistraro, Vincent 

86/10/11-120 Casey, William 

86/10/14-400 Central American Task Force 



273 



89 



Date 



Topic 



86/10/14-401 Chief (C/CATF) 

86/10/U-402 

86/10/14-410 



86/10/14-200 CIA Involvement 



Date 



Topic 



86/10/11-100 Shredding Documents 
86/10/11-110 



86/10/14-100 Shultz, George 
86/10/16-100 



86/10/06-100 Coy, Craig 
86/10/06-140 



86/10/05-200 United Nicaraguan Opposition 
(UNO) 



86/10/05-300 OeGraffenreid, Kenneth 



86/10/06-140 Dernocracy, Inc. 



86/10/05-100 Dutton, Robert 



86/10/14-300 U.S. Involvement 

86/10/23-100 

86/10/24-100 



86/10/05-100 Vice President Bush 
86/10/05-160 



86/10/06-100 Earl, Robert 



86/10/14-200 George, Clair 

86/10/14-300 

86/10/14-301 

86/10/14-302 

86/10/14-410 



86/11/22-165 Investigation by Criminal 
Division, DoJ 



86/10/05-250 Iran-contra Report 



86/11/22-165 Meese, Edwin 



85/09/04-200 North, Oliver 

86/00/09-160 

86/00/09-181 

86/10/05-180 

86/10/05-190 

86/10/05-200 

86/10/05-220 

86/10/06-140 



86/00/02-636 Poindexter, John 

86/04/07-309 

86/10/05-220 

86/10/05-305 



86/10/05-200 Press Guidance 



86/10/05-090 Watson, Samuel 

86/10/05-150 

86/10/05-160 

86/10/06-100 



HASENFUS, EUGENE (see HASENFUS 
CRASH) 

(Sole Survivor of the Crash on 
10/5/86 of a Resupply Operation 
C-123 Plane in Nicaragua) 



HASHEMI, CYRUS 

85/06/21-101 Casey, William 



85/06/21-101 George, Clair 
85/09/00-051 



85/06/21-101 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



85/06/21-101 Richardson, Elliot 



85/06/21-101 Shaheen, John 



86/10/05-180 Report of No USG Involvement 

86/10/05-220 

86/10/14-100 

86/10/16-100 



HASKELL, WILLIAM (see OLMSTEAD, 
ROBERT or JACK) 



86/04/16-221 Rodriguez, Felix 

86/10/05-090 

86/10/05-100 

86/10/05-150 

86/10/05-160 

86/10/06-100 



HASSEMER, ELAINE (6th Grade Teacher, 
Fairview Elementary School, 
Columbia, Missouri) 

87/03/26-100 President's Statement on the 
Iran Initiative, 3/26/87 



274 



Date 



Topic 



Date 
86/06/21-678 



Topic 

depletion by arms 
transfers 



90 



HATCH ACT 

86/00/02-511 Poindexter, John 



86/07/29-225 



85/12/04-255 
86/05/06-300 
86/05/23-920 



President's approval for 
delivery, 7/30/86 



pricing of 



HAWK MISSILES 

86/10/17-100 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 
86/10/17-101 



85/11/20-299 Availability in U.S. Inventory 



86/10/24-402 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 
86/10/24-403 



86/05/23-928 Coy, Craig 



86/05/23-928 Financing of Iran Transactions 

86/10/17-100 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



86/10/17-101 Iranian Complaints 
86/05/24-005 McFarlane, Robert 



86/05/27-060 



86/10/24-402 



86/05/08-900 



86/05/24-005 



second plane- toad to 
Tehran 



Tehran trip, 5/86 



terms of delivery 



who owned them 



86/01/17-748 U.S. Military Readiness 



HAWK TRANSACTION, 11/85 

85/11/21-306 Allen, Charles 

85/11/21-307 

85/11/21-308 

85/12/04-601 

85/12/04-602 



86/07/29-225 North, Oliver: Memo, 7/29/86 



85/11/26-700 Armitage, Richard 



86/07/29-225 President's Approval for 
Delivery of Spare Parts, 
7/30/86 



85/11/17-400 Arms Export Control Act 
86/11/18-020 



85/11/20-299 Pricing 
86/10/17-101 



86/10/17-100 Profits 
86/10/17-101 
86/10/24-402 
86/10/24-403 



Spare Parts 



86/07/25-000 
86/07/30-050 
86/08/01-200 
86/08/04-200 



del ivered to I ran 



85/11/18-291 Arms for Hostages 
86/11/20-700 



85/11/23-051 Arms Warehouse in Europe 



85/08/06-029 Authorization 

85/11/26-051 

86/11/23-421 

85/11/26-050 

85/11/26-060 

85/11/26-300 



86/11/20-605 Burns, Arnold 



86/01/17-748 
86/06/21-678 



Department of the Army 
Inspector General 's 
Report 



85/11/21-313 Cables Missing 



85/11/23-230 Casey, William 

85/11/25-210 

86/11/20-542 



275 



91 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/20 


-400 Casey's Congressional 


86/11/20 


-500 Testimony, 11/21/86 


86/11/20 


-520 


86/11/20 


-536 


86/11/20 


-538 


86/11/20 


•540 


86/11/20 


•544 


86/11/20 


•580 


86/11/20 


■600 


86/11/20 


-601 


86/11/20 


-602 


86/11/20 


-605 


86/11/20 


-606 


86/11/20 


•607 


86/11/21 


•020 


86/11/21 


•030 


86/11/21 


-087 


86/11/21 


-355 


86/11/21 


-570 


85/11/21 


-300 CIA 


85/11/22 


-100 


85/11/23 


•200 


85/11/23 


-210 


85/11/23 


-220 


85/11/23 


-300 


85/11/23 


-400 


85/11/25 


-210 


85/11/25 


-706 


85/11/27 


-100 


85/12/03 


-100 


85/12/07 


-760 


85/12/11 


-100 


86/11/20-601 


85/11/23 


-224 CIA Cable Traffic 


85/11/23- 


-225 


85/11/23- 


-226 


85/11/23- 


-229 


86/11/21- 


432 CIA Finding 


85/11/21- 


305 Clarridge, Duane 


85/11/21- 


306 


85/11/21- 


307 


85/11/21- 


308 


85/11/21- 


309 


85/11/21- 


310 


85/11/21- 


311 


85/11/21- 


312 


85/11/21- 


313 


85/11/21- 


314 


85/11/23- 


200 


85/11/23- 


210 


85/11/23- 


220 


85/11/23- 


221 


85/11/23- 


222 


85/11/23- 


223 


85/11/23- 


224 


85/11/23- 


225 


85/11/23- 


226 


85/11/23- 


227 


85/11/23- 


230 


85/11/23- 


231 


85/11/23- 


300 


85/11/23-400 


85/11/24- 


100 


85/11/27- 


100 


85/12/03- 


101 



Date Topi c 

85/12/04-005 
85/12/04-006 
85/12/11-100 



85/11/18-150 Congressional Notification 
85/11/26-754 Requirement 



86/11/20-606 Cooper, Charles 



Copp (see this entry under 
Second, Richard) 



85/11/17-000 Customs 



85/11/24-200 Delivery 



85/11/22-400 Department of Defense 

85/11/25-810 

85/11/26-700 



85/11/20-400 Department of State 

85/11/20-405 

85/11/23-051 

85/11/23-100 

85/11/23-200 

85/11/23-400 



85/11/20-010 Diversion 
86/11/18-405 



85/11/17-000 Early Problems 
85/11/17-120 



85/11/17-000 El Al 
86/11/18-351 "Equipment" 
85/11/18-405 Financing 



85/11/21-309 Flight Clearances 

85/11/21-310 

85/11/21-312 



85/11/22-400 Gaffney, Henry 
85/11/25-810 



85/09/00-050 George, Clair 

85/11/23-224 

85/11/23-225 

85/11/23-226 

85/11/23-227 

85/11/23-228 

85/11/23-229 

85/11/23-231 



85/09/00-050 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 
85/11/20-299 



82-742 



— 10 



276 



92 



Date Topic 

85/11/24-200 
85/11/25-100 
85/11/25-700 
85/11/25-706 
85/11/25-707 
85/12/08-201 



85/11/25-705 HAWK Missiles: How Many a 707 
Holds 



Date 



Topic 



85/11/25-700 Ledeen, Michael: Removal from 
85/11/25-707 Iran Project 



85/11/26-300 Legal Concerns 



85/11/26-090 Legality 



85/12/08-201 London Meeting, 12/8/85 



86/02/17-100 HAWKS Returned 

86/02/18-400 

86/02/22-000 



86/11/20-550 Hill, Charles 



85/11/22-300 Hostage Release Anticipated 



85/11/23-050 Hostage Release Falls Through 
85/11/23-051 



85/11/00-030 Iran-Contra Report 



85/11/18-402 Israeli Deposit of $1 Million, 
11/85 



85/11/25-707 Israeli Markings on Missiles 



85/11/17-009 Israel's Role 
85/11/25-706 



85/11/23-231 Juchniewicz, Edward 



85/11/15-250 Kimche, David 

85/11/17-100 

85/11/22-800 

85/11/25-100 

86/11/18-352 



85/11/26-700 Koch, Noel 



85/11/18-400 Lake Resources $1 Million 
85/11/18-402 Deposit, 11/85 
85/11/18-405 
85/11/22-800 



85/11/18-402 Ledeen, Michael 

85/11/25-100 

85/11/25-700 

85/11/25-705 

85/11/25-706 

85/11/25-707 

85/11/26-850 

85/12/04-601 

85/12/04-602 

86/11/21-180 

86/11/21-347 



85/11/15- 

85/11/15- 

85/11/15- 

85/11/17- 

85/11/17- 

85/11/17- 

85/11/17- 

85/11/17- 

85/11/18- 

85/11/18- 

85/11/18- 

85/11/18- 

85/11/18- 

85/11/19- 

85/11/20- 

85/11/20- 

85/11/20- 

85/11/20- 

85/11/20- 

85/11/21- 

85/11/21- 

85/11/21- 

85/11/21- 

85/11/21- 

85/11/22- 

85/11/23- 

85/11/23- 

85/11/23- 

85/11/25- 

85/11/25- 

85/11/25- 

85/11/26- 

85/11/26- 

85/12/04- 

85/12/04- 

85/12/05 

85/12/08 

86/11/18 

86/11/18 

86/11/18 

86/11/18 

86/11/18 

86/11/18 

86/11/18 

86/11/18 

86/11/20 

86/11/20 

86/11/20 

86/11/21 

86/11/21 

86/11/21 

86/11/21 

86/11/21 

86/11/21 

86/11/21 



250 
251 
252 
000 
009 
100 
101 
118 
100 
290 
291 
300 
305 
105 
303 
307 
330 
331 
606 
307 
309 
335 
336 
356 
100 
051 
220 
230 
447 
448 
705 
700 
753 
-000 
-002 
-814 
201 
166 
347 
350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
531 
540 
543 
088 
315 
320 
347 
350 
352 
581 



HcFarlane, Robert 



85/12/04-002 



McFarlane, Robert: "uninvolved 
except as a terminal player" 



277 



93 



Date 

86/11/21-333 
86/11/21-334 



85/11/15-250 
85/11/23-210 
85/11/23-220 
85/11/23-221 
85/11/23-222 
85/11/23-224 
85/11/23-227 
85/11/23-228 
85/11/23-231 



85/11/18-300 
85/11/23-230 
85/11/26-390 
85/11/26-393 
85/11/26-400 
85/11/26-420 
85/11/26-427 
86/01/16-115 
86/11/20-540 
85/11/20-542 
86/11/20-600 
86/11/20-601 
86/11/20-602 
86/11/20-605 
86/11/20-606 
86/11/20-607 
86/11/21-020 
86/11/22-163 
86/11/24-160 
86/11/25-422 
86/11/25-447 
86/11/25-448 



Topic 

McFarlane-Meese Interview, 
11/21/86 



McMahon, John 



Topic 



Meese, Edwin 



Date 

85/11/21-305 
85/11/21-307 
85/11/21-308 
85/11/21-314 
85/11/22-800 
85/11/23-051 
85/11/23-210 
85/11/23-220 
85/11/23-227 
85/11/23-230 
85/11/24-200 
85/11/25-100 
85/11/25-210 
85/11/25-705 
85/11/25-706 
85/11/25-707 
85/11/25-900 
85/11/26-051 
85/11/26-060 
85/12/04-005 
86/11/17-009 
86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/20-300 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-087 
86/11/21-180 
86/11/21-335 
86/11/21-336 
86/11/21-347 
86/11/23-421 
86/11/25-448 



85/11/20-330 North, Oliver: PROF, 11/20/85 



86/11/21-315 Mental Finding 



85/11/20-330 Missile Prices 



86/11/21-430 
86/11/21-580 
86/11/21-581 
86/11/21-582 



North's Notebooks 



85/11/23-225 Missiles for Hostages 



85/11/20-405 Oakley, Robert 



85/11/20-350 Mission Objectives 



86/11/24-160 NSPG Meeting, 11/24/86 



85/11/24-200 Nimrodi, Yaacov 
85/11/25-100 



85/08/06-029 
85/11/17-000 
85/11/17-100 
85/11/17-101 
85/11/17-118 
85/11/17-120 
85/11/18-100 
85/11/18-305 
85/11/18-400 
85/11/18-405 
85/11/19-105 
85/11/20-299 
85/11/20-301 
85/11/20-305 
85/11/20-307 



North, Oliver 



85/11/17-000 
85/11/20-304 
85/11/21-307 
85/11/21-308 
85/11/21-309 
85/11/21-312 
85/11/21-313 
85/11/21-314 
85/11/21-320 
85/11/23-200 
85/11/23-220 
85/11/23-221 
85/11/23-222 
85/11/23-227 
85/11/23-228 
85/11/24-100 
85/11/25-200 
85/11/25-707 
85/12/04-002 
85/12/07-760 
86/11/18-166 
86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/20-544 



Oil -Drilling Equipment (see 
also OIL-DRILLING EQUIPMENT) 



278 



94 



Date Topic 

86/11/20-601 
86/11/20-602 
86/11/21-334 
86/11/21-347 
86/11/25-447 
86/11/25-448 



85/11/21-314 Pilots' Report of Cargo 
85/11/25-200 



85/11/17 

85/11/17 

85/11/18 

85/11/20 

85/11/20 

85/11/20 

85/11/22 

85/11/23 

85/11/23 

85/11/23 

85/11/25 

85/11/25 

85/11/26 

85/11/26 

85/11/26 

85/11/26 

85/11/26 

85/11/26 

85/12/04 

85/12/05 

85/12/07- 

86/11/13- 

86/11/18- 

86/11/18- 

86/11/20- 

86/11/20- 

86/11/20- 

86/11/20- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 



000 

101 

-405 

-299 

•305 

-307 

-800 

•230 

-235 

•400 

700 

900 

060 

700 

-750 

-753 

-754 

850 

-007 

-814 

164 

015 

020 

355 

531 

542 

543 

544 

087 

088 

090 

091 

092 

095 

096 

097 

098 

099 

440 

480 

580 

581 

582 



Poindexter, John 



86/11/22-507 Poindexter-Casey Lunch 
11/22/86 



86/11/21-087 Poindexter's Congressional 
86/11/21-088 Briefing, 11/21/86 



85/11/25-900 Poindexter's Notes, 11/25/85 



85/11/18-120 Powell, Colin 

85/11/26-700 

85/11/26-750 

85/11/26-753 

85/11/25-754 



Date 

85/11/18-290 
85/11/20-303 
85/11/20-331 
85/11/23-230 
85/11/26-060 
85/11/26-300 
86/11/13-015 
86/11/20-700 
86/11/21-020 
86/11/23-421 
86/11/25-447 
88/03/25-100 



85/08/06-029 
85/11/16-100 
85/11/26-051 
86/11/20-540 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/21-480 
86/11/21-481 
86/11/21-582 



Topic 



President Reagan 



President's Authorization 



86/11/22-150 President's Knowledge 



85/11/20-331 
85/11/22-800 
85/11/24-200 
85/11/25-706 
85/11/25-707 
85/12/04-002 
85/12/08-201 
86/11/21-090 



85/11/15-250 
85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/11/17-120 
85/11/20-307 
85/11/20-331 



85/11/20-303 
85/11/23-230 
86/11/18-166 
86/11/21-011 



85/11/17-000 
85/11/17-118 
85/11/17-120 
85/11/17-300 
85/11/17-400 
85/11/20-299 
85/11/20-300 
85/11/20-330 
85/11/20-331 
85/11/26-051 
85/11/26-700 
85/11/26-750 
86/11/21-582 



85/11/22-800 
85/11/24-200 
85/11/25-100 
85/11/25-705 
85/11/25-706 



Problems 



Rabin, Yitzhak 



Regan, Donald 



Replenishment 



Schwimmer, Adolph 



279 



Date Topic 

85/11/23-235 Screw Up 



95 



Date Topic 

85/11/20-305 Thompson, Paul 
85/11/20-307 



85/11/18-100 
85/11/18-400 
85/11/18-402 
85/11/18-405 
85/11/19-105 
85/11/20-100 
85/11/21-300 
85/11/21-305 
85/11/21-307 
85/11/21-311 
85/11/21-312 
85/11/22-800 
85/11/23-200 
85/11/23-225 
85/11/23-300 
85/11/24-200 
85/11/25-100 
85/11/25-707 
85/12/04-005 
85/12/04-007 



Second, Richard 



85/11/23-230 Vice President Bush 



85/11/26-750 Weinberger, Caspar 
85/11/26-753 



86/11/18-351 White House Chronologies 

86/11/18-352 

86/11/18-353 

86/11/18-354 

86/11/18-355 

86/11/20-130 

86/11/21-333 

86/11/21-350 



85/12/05-814 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 
85/12/07-164 



85/11/18-290 
85/11/18-291 
85/11/18-300 
85/11/18-305 
85/11/23-051 
85/12/05-814 
86/11/20-405 
86/11/20-540 
86/11/20-543 
86/11/20-550 
86/11/20-606 
86/11/20-607 
86/11/20-700 
86/11/21-088 
86/11/21-337 
86/11/21-352 
86/11/21-356 
86/11/22-160 
86/11/22-161 
86/11/22-163 



Shultz, George 



85/11/19-200 Who Knew 
85/11/23-230 
85/11/25-210 
85/12/04-000 



85/11/18-400 Yousaf, Ben 



HELICOPTER FOR THE CONTRAS 

84/09/02-150 North's Role 
84/09/02-151 



86/11/22-160 Shultz-Meese Interview, 
86/11/22-161 11/22/86 



86/11/20-550 Sofaer, Abraham 

86/11/20-580 

86/11/20-605 

86/11/21-570 



HENDRICKS, WILLIAM C, III (Chief of Fraud 
Section, Criminal Division, DoJ, Since 
5/11/87; in 11/86, Deputy Chief of 
Public Integrity Section, Criminal 
Division, DoJ) 

86/11/26-150 Criminal Investigation 



85/11/20-350 Sporkin, Stanley 



85/11/00-030 Summary 



85/11/20-299 Terms of Delivery 

85/11/20-300 

85/11/20-301 

85/11/20-330 

85/11/20-350 



HICKEV, EDWARD, Jr. (Former Assistant 
to the President and Director of 
Special Support Services, White House) 

85/06/07-012 DEA Hostage-Rescue Operation 
85/06/07-050 



85/06/07-050 George, Clair 



85/11/23-222 "this is criminal" 
85/11/23-227 



85/06/07-012 North, Oliver 



86/11/22-164 Southern Air Transport 



280 



96 



Date 



Topic 



HILL, CHARLES (Executive Assistant to 
the Secretary of State) 

86/11/19-270 Armacost, Michael 



Date 



Topic 



86/01/24-701 Notional Timeline for Operation 
86/01/24-702 Recovery 



85/12/09-087 Poindexter, John 



86/08/06-400 Brunei 

86/11/25-895 

86/11/25-900 



87/03/19-101 President Reagan 
88/03/25-100 



86/10/23-100 Hasenfus Crash 



85/11/18-300 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/18-305 

85/11/23-050 



86/09/16-100 Ledeen, Michael 
86/10/21-100 



86/01/04-100 Release of Prisoners Proposed 

86/01/04-110 

86/01/22-200 

86/02/13-100 



86/05/27-050 Tehran Trip Demands 
86/05/27-055 



86/01/07-801 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 



85/07/24-100 McFarlane, Robert 



86/11/10-070 Shultz, George 



86/11/22-164 Shultz-Meese Interview, 
11/22/86 



HONEY, MARTHA (see AVIRGAN- HONEY 
LAWSUIT) 



86/11/19-270 Sofaer, Abraham 

86/11/20-550 

86/11/20-560 



HONEY-AVIRGAN LAWSUIT 
(see AVIRGAN-HONEY LAWSUIT) 



HINOs 

84/11/07-275 Calero, Adolfo 



84/11/07-280 North's Locating 

84/11/07-275 

84/11/07-400 



HOSTAGES, U.S. 

86/01/02-050 All To Be Released 

86/01/02-105 

86/01/02-150 

86/01/24-701 

86/02/27-105 

86/02/27-150 

86/04/16-100 

86/05/24-700 

86/05/24-718 



HIZBALLAH 

86/05/28-750 Cave, George 



86/05/27-055 Dawa Prisoners 
86/10/10-300 



85/12/07-165 Alternative Proposals for 
Hostage Release 



Anderson, Terry 
85/12/04-601 -- release anticipated 



85/03/16-810 



seized 



85/11/20-299 HAW< Transaction, 11/85 



85/09/14-200 Arms for Hostages 



85/07/29-111 Israeli Hostages 



86/10/10-300 North, Oliver 



85/09/21-100 Back by Christmas 
85/09/21-150 



86/10/08-370 Back by Elections 



281 



Date 
86/10/08-390 



Topic 



Date 
86/01/22-200 



Topic 



97 



86/01/13-400 Back by State of the Union 
86/01/13-401 Address 



Buckley, William 
86/00/01-187 -• Casey's concern 



85/09/00-010 



85/10/03-810 
85/12/09-155 



85/07/29-102 
85/10/03-815 



McFarlane chooses 



murder reported 



report of torture 



86/00/01-073 Iran Connection 

85/12/07-743 Iranians 

Jacobsen, David 
85/12/04-601 -- release anticipated 



86/11/01-150 



85/05/28-810 



87/03/19-102 



release: logistics 



•- seized 



statements after release 



84/03/18-810 
85/05/04-104 

85/10/03-815 
85/10/03-820 



seized 



Shackley, Theodore: 
ransom proposal 



• - tapes 



U.S. Government concern 



85/04/00-607 Calero, Adolfo 



85/07/29-102 Captors 

85/12/09-087 

86/00/01-073 

86/11/13-030 

86/12/03-100 

87/03/26-100 

88/03/25-100 



Cicippio, Joseph 
86/09/12-810 ■■ seized 

86/04/16-090 "either all or nothing" 

85/06/07-051 Fake Saudi Prince, The 

86/10/08-306 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 

85/06/07-050 George, Clair 

85/07/29-102 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



85/11/20-330 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 
85/11/22-300 



85/12/09-087 Hizballah 



86/10/17-101 



85/12/04-601 



86/07/26-100 
86/07/29-200 
86/07/29-225 
86/07/29-310 



86/10/03-000 
86/10/30-100 
86/11/02-100 



86/10/08-710 



85/01/08-810 



86/11/07-030 
86/11/10-100 



Jenco, Rev. Lawrence 

•- Allen, Charles: memo, 
10/17/86 



release anticipated 



released 



released after TOWs 
sh i pped 



released: message about 
Dawa 



seized 



statements after release 



87/03/26-100 Khomeini, Ayatollah RuhoUah 



85/05/04-105 Ledeen, Michael 

85/05/04-110 

85/07/13-250 

85/07/29-102 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/10-100 

85/10/08-301 

85/12/04-601 



85/05/04-100 Ledeen-Peres Discussion, 5/85: 
Hostages Not Discussed 



85/12/09-180 McFarlane's View After London 
Meeting, 12/8/85 



282 



98 



Date 



Topi c 



86/10/08-307 9-Point Plan 
86/10/10-300 



85/11/20-299 No Arms Deliveries Before 

85/11/20-301 Hostages Released 

85/11/20-330 

86/04/03-100 

86/04/16-090 

86/04/16-110 

86/04/16-120 

86/04/22-200 

86/05/05-400 

86/05/08-900 

86/05/24-000 

86/05/24-001 

86/11/13-025 



Date Topic 

86/07/29-302 
86/07/29-313 
86/08/08-500 
86/09/02-100 
86/09/03-100 



86/07/30-050 Sequential Release: 
86/09/08-120 President's Approval 



86/10/08-305 7-Point Plan 

Steen, Alann 
87/01/24-810 -■ seized 



86/07/29-201 North, Oliver 

86/03/10-200 Paris Meeting, 3/86 

86/06/10-400 Perot, H. Ross 

Polhill, Robert 
87/01/24-810 -- seized 



Sutherland, Thomas 
85/12/04-601 -- release anticipated 



85/06/09-810 



seized 



86/05/24-000 Tehran Trip, 5/86 

86/05/24-001 

86/05/27-060 

86/05/27-061 



86/01/07-148 President Reagan 

86/01/13-400 

86/07/29-201 

87/03/04-100 

87/03/19-102 

87/03/26-100 

88/03/25-100 



85/09/20-805 President Reagan: Interview 
with Pat Robertson, 9/20/85 



Tracy, Edward A. 
86/10/24-810 •• seized 

Turner, Jesse 
87/01/24-810 -- seized 



79/11/04-100 U.S. Embassy Seized in Tehran, 
11/4/79 



85/09/21-100 President's Concern 

85/09/21-150 

85/10/03-815 

85/12/04-008 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/09-171 

86/01/13-401 



85/12/09-151 United States Held Hostage to 
86/00/01-182 the Arms Deals 



85/12/04-008 United States Held Hostage to 
the Hostages 



Reed, Frank H. 
86/09/09-810 -- seized 



85/09/04-030 Release Anticipated 
86/11/10-041 



86/02/27-200 Release Proposed in Advance of 
Kish Meeting, 2/86 



86/07/29-302 Vice President Bush's Meeting 

86/07/29-310 with Nir, 7/29/86 

86/07/29-311 

86/07/29-312 

86/07/29-313 

86/07/29-314 



86/10/17-100 



Weir, Rev. Benjamin 

-- Allen, Charles: memo, 
10/17/86 



85/10/08-301 Sequential Release 

86/07/29-200 

86/07/29-201 

86/07/29-300 

86/07/29-301 



85/09/00-010 



86/04/04-011 



chosen for release 



diversion memo 



283 



Date 
85/08/06-030 



Topic 

• - North's role in his 
release 



Date 
86/04/07-200 



Topic 



99 



86/11/19-331 



87/03/19-101 



86/11/18-250 



President's news 
conference, 11/19/86 



President's news 
conference, 3/19/87 



President's reaction to 
release 



HUSSEIN, SADDAM (President of Iraq) 
86/05/27-400 McFarlane, Robert 



86/10/08-500 North, Oliver 

86/10/08-526 

86/10/08-702 



85/09/04-503 
85/09/14-000 
85/09/14-101 
85/09/14-102 
85/09/15-100 
85/09/17-100 
85/12/09-087 



84/05/08-810 



released 



seized 



86/10/08-526 Poindexter, John 

86/10/08-533 

86/10/08-870 



86/10/08-526 President Reagan 



86/05/24-718 President Reagan's Position on 
86/10/08-421 Removal 



86/11/10-036 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 

86/11/10-040 

86/11/10-041 



86/01/12-110 Zebras 



86/10/08-421 Regan, Donald 



86/09/19-200 Removal Proposed 

86/10/08-421 

86/10/08-520 

86/10/08-526 

86/10/08-700 

86/10/08-704 



HUGHES-RYAN AMENDMENT 

86/01/16-120 Congressional Notification 

86/12/17-100 Cooper, Charles 



86/00/07-253 Generally 
86/01/03-140 



86/11/20-532 Meese, Edwin 



86/11/20-532 Poindexter, John 



85/12/05-035 Sporkin, Stanley 



HYDE, HENRY (U.S. Representative, 
R-IU., 1974-Present) 

85/03/08-100 McFarlane, Robert 



IBC (see INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 
COMMUNICATIONS) 



I.e., INC. (see INTEL CORPORATION, 
INC.) 



HULL, JOHN (U.S. Citizen Living 
in Costa Rica) 

86/04/07-215 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



IDEA (see INSTITUTE FOR DEMOCRACY, 
EDUCATION AND ASSISTANCE) 



84/05/20-000 Owen, Robert 

84/10/20-000 

86/03/17-101 



86/05/23-9A0 TOW Transfers: Final Report 



86/00/07-258 Cooper, Charles 



284 



100 



Date Topic 

IMMUNITY, CONGRESSIONAL 
86/12/08-050 Regan, Donald 

86/12/08-050 White House Discussion, 12/86 



Date 



Topic 



INTELLIGENCE OVERSIGHT BOARD (lOB) 
(see also SCIARONI, BRETTON) 

84/10/03-326 Boland Amendments 

84/10/03-327 

84/10/03-560 

84/10/03-710 

85/09/12-400 

85/09/12-405 

85/09/12-410 



INMAN, BOBBY (Deputy Director, CIA, 
1981-3/82; NSA Director Under President 
Carter; Admiral, U.S. Navy, Ret.) 

82/03/21-400 Pastora, Eden 



85/09/12-395 Iran-Contra Report 



85/09/12-410 NSC 



85/09/12-420 North, Oliver 



INSPECTOR GENERAL, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 
86/06/21-678 HAWK Repair Parts Depletion 



84/10/03-326 Poindexter, John 

84/10/03-327 

86/07/21-125 



INSTITUTE FOR DEMOCRACY, 
EDUCATION AND ASSISTANCE (IDEA) 
(see also OWEN, ROBERT) 

85/11/06-100 NHAO 



INTELLIGENCE-PASSING 

84/11/15-140 McFarlane's Knowledge 



84/11/15-100 North, Oliver 

84/11/15-140 

84/11/15-160 



85/09/21-600 Owen, Robert 
85/11/06-100 



84/11/15-100 Owen, Robert 
84/11/15-140 



INTEL CORPORATION, INC. (I.C, INC.) 

85/02/00-800 Calero, Adolfo 
85/04/01-699 



INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 
(IBC) 

85/04/30-800 Flow Chart 



85/04/30-800 Flow Chart 



85/08/01-410 Iran-Contra Report 
86/03/27-420 



INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION ACT 
85/09/12-406 Boland Amendment(s) 



lOB (see INTELLIGENCE OVERSIGHT BOARD) 



86/05/16-300 DoS Solicitation of 
Humanitarian Aid 



86/00/07-258 Meese, Edwin 



85/09/12-406 Poindexter, John 
* * * 



IRAN 

80/04/07-100 U.S. Breaks Diplomatic Ties, 
4/7/80 



79/11/04-100 U.S. Embassy Seized, 11/4/79 



285 



Date 



Topic 



79/11/12-100 U.S. Sanctions 
80/04/07-100 



IRAN ARMS TRANSACTIONS (see IRAN 
INITIATIVE AND IRAN ARMS 
TRANSACTIONS) 



Date Topic 

86/09/25-095 Costa Rican Airstrip: Exposure 



86/09/05-195 Costa Rican Airstrip Press 
Conference 



85/02/00-390 Country 2 Second Contribution 
to Contras 



86/00/07-252 Curtiss-Wright, U.S. v. 



101 



IRAN-CONTRA CONNECTION 
86/00/01-040 Genesis 



86/05/23-941 DoO Pricing of TOUs 



86/04/07-230 Department of Justice 



85/12/06-798 Diversion 
86/00/01-005 



IRAN-CONTRA REPORT (Report of the 
Congressional Committees 
Investigating the Iran-Contra 
Affair, 11/87) 

86/11/25-892 Abrams, Elliott 



85/08/16-160 Altered Documents 
85/08/16-195 



86/11/21-008 Attorney General 's 

Investigation, 11/21-11/25/86 



86/04/07-220 Avirgan- Honey Lawsuit 



85/08/16-160 Barnes, Michael: Letter to 
McFarlane, 8/85 



85/06/07-000 DEA Hostage-Rescue Operation 



86/00/04-715 Enterprise, The 



86/00/05-147 Erria 
86/05/15-392 



86/10/07-090 FBI Investigations 



86/12/13-020 Frankfurt Meeting, 12/13/86 



86/10/07-500 Furmark, Roy 



86/04/07-220 Garcia, Jesus 



84/10/12-050 Boland II 



86/04/11-150 Garwood, Ellen 



86/00/04-715 Brunei 
86/11/25-892 



86/08/25-105 Brussels Meeting, 8/25/86 



84/01/00-005 Casey, William 
86/10/07-500 



85/08/01-405 Channel I, Carl 

85/08/01-410 

86/00/04-715 



86/10/22-100 Geneva Meeting, 10/22/86 



86/11/08-700 Geneva Meeting, 11/8/86 



84/01/00-005 Goldwater, Barry 



85/07/08-500 Hamburg Meeting, 7/8/85 



85/08/16-160 Hamilton, Lee: Letter to 
McFarlane, 8/85 



86/01/11-180 Code Names for Iranians 



86/01/16-108 Congressional Notification 



86/04/29-304 Conrad, Daniel 



86/10/05-250 Hasenfus Crash 
86/10/07-090 



86/08/04-200 HAWK Spare Parts Delivered to 
Iran, 8/4/86 



286 



Date Topic 

85/11/00-030 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



Date Topic 

86/04/07-220 Neutrality Act Violations 



102 



86/06/24-090 House Resolution of Inquiry on 
86/08/06-045 North 



85/09/12-395 Intelligence Oversight Board 



85/08/29-500 NHAO 



86/03/06-150 North Family: Financial 
Benefits 



85/08/01-410 International Business 
86/03/27-420 Communications 



80/09/22-100 I ran- Iraq War 



85/06/19-100 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 

85/07/04-002 

85/07/08-500 

79/11/04-100 Iran-U.S. Relations 

79/11/12-100 

80/04/07-100 

80/09/22-100 



86/01/11-180 Iranians: Code Names 



86/05/06-300 London Meeting, 5/6/86 



85/04/25-420 North, Oliver 

85/08/01-410 

85/08/01-420 

85/08/16-160 

85/12/06-798 

85/12/12-200 

86/06/21-900 

86/06/24-090 

86/08/06-045 

86/10/07-090 



85/12/06-798 North Proposes Diversion to 
Israelis, 12/6/85 



86/03/07-030 Paris Meeting, 3/7/86 



86/06/24-090 Poindexter, John 
86/10/07-090 



86/06/21-900 Maule 



84/01/00-005 McFarlane, Robert 
85/08/16-195 



85/12/12-200 Poindexter, John: Central 
American Tour, 12/85 



85/12/06-798 President Reagan 



85/08/16-160 McFarlane, Robert: Responses 
to Congressional Inquiries 



86/01/16-108 Meese, Edwin 
86/10/07-090 



85/06/28-350 Miami Meeting, 7/85 (6/28/85) 



86/04/07-220 Miami U.S. Attorney's 
Investigation 



85/08/01-410 Miller, Richard 

86/00/04-715 

86/03/27-420 



84/01/00-005 Mining Nicaraguan Harbors 



85/08/01-405 National Endowment for the 
85/08/01-410 Preservation of Liberty (NEPL) 



85/04/25-420 NSC Staff 

85/08/16-160 

86/04/07-220 

86/04/07-230 

86/06/24-090 



87/11/17-100 Printing of Iran-Contra Report 



85/08/01-405 Private Fund-Raising for 

85/08/01-410 Contras 

85/08/01-420 

86/03/27-420 

86/04/29-304 



87/11/17-100 Release of Iran-Contra Report 

85/12/06-798 Replenishment 

85/09/12-395 Sciaroni, Bretton 

86/11/08-700 Second Channel 

79/01/16-100 Shah of Iran Overthrown 

86/10/07-090 Southern Air Transport 

86/05/25-050 Tehran Trip, 5/86 



86/05/06-300 Tehran Trip: Ghorbanifar 's 
List of Iranian Delegation 



287 



103 



Date 



Topic 



86/00/04-715 Third-Country Contributions to 
Contras 



86/05/23-941 TOW Prices at DoD 



85/08/20-300 TOW Shipment, Sunnmer 1985 
85/09/15-100 



86/02/17-100 TOW Transaction, 2/86 
86/02/27-270 



Date Topic 

85/09/00-070 Casey, William 

85/12/07-760 

85/12/09-155 

86/00/01-187 

86/01/07-805 

86/01/07-830 

86/01/17-090 

86/01/17-093 

86/05/00-550 

86/05/17-040 

86/12/10-201 



86/12/10-200 Casey, William: "worth trying" 



86/10/22-100 TOW Transaction, 10/86 
86/10/28-100 



86/03/07-200 CIA 



86/04/07-230 U.S. Customs Service 
86/06/21-900 Investigations 
86/10/07-090 



86/09/15-580 U.S. -Israeli Covert Operations 



86/11/07-315 White House Chronologies 



86/05/05-400 CIA Doubts 



85/09/00-075 CIA Excluded 
86/01/17-093 



86/01/17-090 CIA Operation 



86/03/06-150 Zucker, Willard 



85/12/07-760 CIA Role 
86/01/17-092 



86/06/21-680 Chapman, John R. 



IRAN INITIATIVE AND IRAN ARMS 
TRANSACTIONS (see also IRAN 
PROPOSALS, SUMMER 1985 and 1/86; 
also IRAN INITIATIVE: PUBLIC 
DISCLOSURE) 

85/12/07-103 Administration Views 



86/01/17-090 Clarridge, Duane 

86/01/17-093 

86/01/24-703 



86/01/11-180 Code Names of Iranians 



86/10/17-101 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 



86/11/12-200 Congressional Briefing, 11/12 
86/11/12-201 or 11/13/86 



86/11/18-020 Arms Export Control Act 



86/00/01-183 Arms for Hostages 
86/01/07-140 



86/11/03-120 Arms Sales 



86/11/22-661 Attorney General 's 
Investigation 



86/09/25-200 Baksheesh 
86/09/25-201 



86/04/04-010 Bank Transactions 



85/12/03-220 Congressional Notification 

86/01/03-020 

86/01/03-030 

86/01/03-100 

86/01/03-140 

86/01/07-146 

86/01/15-305 

86/01/16-122 

86/01/16-123 

86/01/16-124 



86/06/21-630 Crowe, William 

86/06/21-632 

86/06/21-640 

86/06/21-670 

86/06/21-675 

86/06/21-676 

86/06/21-677 

86/06/21-678 



86/10/02-100 Bible 



86/10/11-115 Damage Control Plan 



85/10/03-815 Buckley, William 



288 



104 



Date Topic 

85/12/07-740 Defensive Weapons, Only 

86/05/23-940 Department of Defense Documents 



86/01/17-800 Department of Defense, 
General ly 



Date 



Topic 



86/06/21-680 Impact on U.S. Military 
Readiness 



85/12/07-760 Iranians Who Took Delivery 
86/09/15-500 Israel: "Joint Initiative" 



86/01/17-630 Department of Defense Prices 
86/05/23-935 (see also Pricing) 



Disclosure (see IRAN INITIATIVE: 
PUBLIC DISCLOSURE) 



86/00/01-172 Diversion 
86/09/15-500 



86/04/04-010 Diversion Memo 
86/04/04-011 



86/09/08-120 "Evolution" to Sequential 
Release of Hostages 



86/01/17-330 Financial Risks 



86/09/15-575 Israeli Goals 



86/01/07-350 Israeli Role 

86/01/15-150 

86/01/15-151 

86/01/15-200 

86/01/17-092 

86/01/21-100 

86/01/22-010 

86/05/00-550 

86/06/12-100 

86/07/29-300 

86/11/19-301 

86/11/23-392 

86/11/23-420 

87/03/19-102 



85/09/00-070 Israel's Demand That CIA Not Be 
85/09/00-075 Informed 



86/04/04-010 Financing 
86/01/17-075 Findings, Presidential 
86/01/17-800 GAO Report 



85/09/00-070 George, Clair 

85/09/00-075 

86/01/17-090 

86/01/17-092 

86/01/17-093 



85/10/03-815 Goals 

85/12/04-008 

85/12/05-660 

85/12/07-401 

85/12/09-171 

86/00/01-070 

86/01/17-745 

86/04/16-120 

86/07/29-300 

86/07/29-302 

86/10/03-100 

86/10/08-536 

86/10/08-537 

86/11/03-120 

86/12/03-102 

87/03/04-100 

87/03/26-100 



86/04/16-120 Hostage Release Plan 
85/09/02-100 Hostage Release Proposals 



86/01/17-740 Joint Chiefs of Staff 

86/06/21-630 

86/06/21-632 

86/06/21-640 

86/06/21-650 

86/06/21-670 

86/06/21-675 

86/06/21-676 

86/06/21-677 

86/06/21-678 



86/01/15-150 Joshua 

86/01/15-151 

86/01/15-200 



86/01/16-655 Ledeen, Michael 



85/12/07-160 Legal Concerns 

86/01/16-100 

86/01/17-500 

86/01/17-800 

86/11/18-020 



85/12/03-220 Legalities 

86/01/07-800 

86/01/15-300 



85/12/04-250 Logistics 
86/01/17-351 



86/01/21-100 McFarlane, Robert 

86/01/22-010 

86/10/03-100 



289 



105 



Date 
86/01/17-090 

86/01/16-300 



86/01/17052 
86/01/07-105 
86/01/07-140 
86/01/07-141 
86/01/07-803 
86/01/16-108 
86/01/16-110 
86/01/16-115 
86/01/16-120 
86/01/16-121 
86/01/16-122 
86/01/16-123 
86/01/16-124 
86/01/16-130 
86/01/16-131 
86/01/17-145 
86/11/20-595 
86/11/20-600 
86/11/23-420 
86/11/25-449 



86/06/21-630 
86/06/21-632 



85/12/09-155 
85/12/07-760 



86/01/17-286 
86/09/15-500 



85/12/04-003 
85/12/04-004 
85/12/09-155 
86/00/01-070 
86/00/01-073 
86/01/17-075 
86/01/17-090 
86/09/02-100 
86/09/25-200 
86/09/25-201 
86/11/23-420 



86/01/07-201 
86/01/10-000 
86/01/16-121 
86/01/16-122 
86/01/17-740 
86/11/19-326 



Topic 
McMahon, John 

Mechanics 

Meese, Edwin 



Moellering, John 



NSC Opposition 



NSC Role 



Nir, Ami ram 



North, Oliver 



Objectives 



Date 

86/01/07-350 
86/01/07-806 
86/01/16-292 
86/01/16-293 
86/01/17-030 
86/01/17-031 
86/01/17-075 
86/01/17-090 
86/01/17-350 
86/01/17-351 
86/01/17-352 
86/01/17-618 
86/01/17-740 
86/01/22-010 
86/02/28-280 
86/02/28-300 
86/04/16-120 
86/05/00-550 
86/05/00-604 
86/10/08-536 
86/10/08-537 
86/10/11-115 



86/04/04-107 



85/12/07-103 
85/12/11-400 
85/12/11-450 
86/00/01-180 
86/01/07-148 
86/01/07-750 
86/01/07-830 
86/01/16-124 
86/02/24-600 
86/09/15-500 
86/11/21-338 
86/11/23-420 
86/12/03-102 
86/12/10-200 
87/03/04-100 
87/03/19-102 
87/03/26-100 



88/03/25-100 



86/01/17-045 
86/01/17-350 
86/01/17-351 
87/03/04-100 



86/01/15-143 
86/01/17-030 
86/01/17-031 



Topic 



Poindexter, John: Long-Term 
Impact of Overcharging 
Iranians of Pretty Low Concern 



President Reagan 



President Reagan's Summary, 
3/25/88 



President's Authorization 



President's Decision, 1/86 



86/05/27-075 
86/05/27-080 



Oil Prices 



86/11/19-301 



President's News Conference, 
11/19/86 



85/09/14-180 
85/12/05-810 
85/12/05-812 
85/12/05-900 
86/01/07-052 
86/01/07-220 



Poindexter, John 



86/01/16-292 
86/01/16-293 
86/01/17-350 
86/01/17-351 
86/01/17-630 
86/01/17-800 



Pricing 



290 



106 



Date 

86/05/23-920 
86/05/23-921 
86/05/23-935 
86/10/17-101 



86/01/16-292 
86/01/16-293 
86/01/17-610 
86/01/17-612 
86/01/17-613 
86/01/17-620 
86/01/17-630 



Topic 



Profits 



86/01/07-804 
86/01/07-825 



Public Disclosure (see IRAN 
INITIATIVE: PUBLIC 
DISCLOSURE) 



Regan, Donald 



Date 

85/12/05-812 
85/12/05-81A 
85/12/05-900 
86/01/07-201 
86/01/07-220 
86/01/07-221 
86/01/07-222 
86/01/07-750 
86/01/07-801 
86/01/07-810 
86/01/07-811 
86/01/16-303 
86/01/17-067 
86/01/17-740 
86/01/22-010 
86/02/28-280 
86/02/28-300 
86/04/21-600 
86/05/00-604 
86/05/17-040 
86/07/02-100 



Topic 



86/01/07-830 
86/12/10-200 



Regan, Donald: "What the 
President wanted to do, 
[Regan] was for it." 



86/01/17-630 Slush Fund 



86/01/16-100 Smith, Ui 1 1 iam French 



86/01/12-100 
86/01/15-150 
86/01/15-151 
87/03/19-100 



85/12/09-085 
86/01/07-052 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/07-351 
86/01/07-352 
86/01/07-353 



Replenishment 



Restructuring Arms 
Transactions, 1/86 



86/01/20-200 Sporkin, Stanley 
86/11/25-449 



86/05/00-550 Stalls 



86/05/00-550 Standing Down 

86/05/00-600 

86/05/00-601 

86/05/00-602 



86/06/21-680 
86/05/00-550 



Reyer, Bi lly Ray 



Second Channel 



86/11/13-025 Summary 



86/11/16-200 Total Arms Shipped to Iran 
86/11/16-201 



85/12/09-200 
86/01/07-352 
86/01/07-353 
86/01/10-000 
86/01/15-140 
86/01/15-200 
86/01/16-292 
86/01/17-300 
86/01/17-310 
86/01/17-330 
86/01/17-350 
86/01/17-351 
86/01/17-352 
86/01/17-610 
86/01/17-612 
86/01/17-613 



85/12/07-760 



Second, Richard 



Second, Richard: 
Transportation of Arms to 
Israel 



85/12/05-810 Shultz, George 



86/01/17-031 TOWS 
86/01/17-745 



86/05/23-930 TOWs: Pricing or Underpricing 
86/05/23-941 



85/12/10-300 Turned Off 

85/12/11-400 

85/12/11-450 



86/09/15-575 U.S. Goals 



86/01/07-870 Vice President Bush 
86/07/29-315 



86/12/10-201 Vice President Bush: 

"generally supported the 
effort" 



291 



107 



Date Topic 

86/01/07-830 Vice President Bush: "worth a 
86/12/10-200 shot" 



Date 

86/00/01-185 
86/00/01-187 



Topic 



86/07/29-300 
86/07/29-301 
86/07/29-302 
86/07/29-310 
86/07/29-311 
86/07/29-312 
86/07/29-313 
86/07/29-314 



86/12/03-100 
86/12/03-101 
86/12/03-102 
86/12/03-103 



85/12/09-171 
86/01/07-810 
86/01/07-811 
86/01/07-815 
86/01/07-825 
86/01/07-830 
86/01/07-835 
86/01/07-870 
86/12/10-200 
86/12/10-201 



Vice President Bush's Meeting 
with Nir, 7/29/86 



Vice President Bush's Speech, 
12/3/86 



Views Within the Administration 



86/11/16-200 Volume of Arms Shipped to Iran 



Weinberger, Caspar 



85/12/03-201 
85/12/07-732 
85/12/07-734 
86/00/01-180 
86/00/01-183 
86/00/01-184 
86/00/01-185 
86/00/01-187 
86/01/07-750 
86/01/07-815 
86/01/15-143 
86/01/16-303 
86/01/17-030 
86/01/17-031 
86/01/22-010 
86/05/17-040 
86/10/30-010 



85/12/07-103 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



86/01/07-146 
86/01/07-220 



White House Meeting, 1/7/86 



86/01/07-148 Who Controlled the Hostages 



86/01/16-123 Who Knew 



85/12/09-155 
85/12/09-171 
86/00/01-172 
86/00/01-180 
86/00/01-183 
86/00/01-184 



Why It Continued 



IRAN INITIATIVE: PUBLIC DISCLOSURE 
86/11/03-110 Al-Shira' Article 



86/11/13-011 Cabinet Officers Fully 
Consulted 



86/11/20-660 Congressional Briefings 



86/11/18-090 Department of State 



86/11/20-660 George, Clair 



86/11/07-300 Israeli Statements 



86/11/07-000 HcFarlane, Robert 

86/11/15-100 

86/11/17-000 



86/11/05-210 Musavi, Prime Minister Hoseyn: 
Statement 



86/11/07-300 North, Oliver 



86/11/17-000 Oil-Drilling Equipment 



86/11/07-030 Poindexter, John 
86/11/12-200 



86/11/12-200 President Reagan 



86/11/13-010 President's Statement, 11/13/86 

86/11/13-011 

86/11/13-022 



86/11/05-250 Regan, Donald 

86/11/07-000 

86/11/07-030 

86/11/15-100 

86/11/15-530 



86/11/07-030 "Shouting Match" 



86/11/03-150 Shultz, George 

86/11/14-100 

86/11/15-500 

86/11/15-530 

86/11/16-100 

86/11/17-100 

86/11/18-090 

86/11/19-270 



292 



108 



Date Topic 

86/11/18-080 Sofaer, Abraham 



86/11/07-320 White House Chronologies 
86/11/07-321 



86/11/07-030 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 

86/11/10-070 

86/11/10-082 

86/11/10-100 

86/11/10-110 

86/11/10-115 

86/11/10-116 

86/11/10-117 

86/11/10-120 

86/11/10-200 

86/11/10-201 

86/11/10-325 



Date 



Topic 



86/06/21-675 Impact of Arms Transfers 

86/06/21-676 

86/06/21-677 

87/07/31-100 



86/06/21-677 Intelligence to Iran 



86/01/07-140 Iran Initiative 
86/01/17-750 



85/12/07-710 Iran Initiative: End of War As 
a Goal 



86/06/21-677 Joint Chiefs of Staff 



86/11/07-330 White House Response 



86/11/10-800 White House Statement, 11/10/86 
86/11/10-810 



85/12/09-083 McFarlane, Robert 



85/12/09-083 North, Oliver 

86/09/20-050 

86/09/22-050 



86/11/17-100 White House Statement, 11/17/86 



86/11/05-250 White House Strategy 

86/11/06-040 

86/11/18-164 



85/09/14-101 Poindexter, John 

86/01/17-216 

86/01/17-220 

86/01/17-221 

86/01/17-740 

86/01/17-745 

86/10/08-526 

87/07/21-260 



IRAN- IRAQ WAR 

86/01/17-216 Administration Split 

86/01/17-221 Casey, William 

86/01/17-255 CIA View 



86/06/21-675 Crowe, William 

86/06/21-676 

86/06/21-677 



86/11/10-209 Department of Defense View 



86/01/17-215 Finding, 1/17/86: Cover Memo 

86/01/17-216 

86/01/17-220 

86/01/17-221 

86/01/17-250 

86/01/17-712 

86/11/10-209 



86/01/17-255 President Reagan 

86/01/17-712 

86/09/20-050 

86/09/22-050 

86/11/10-037 

86/11/10-116 

86/11/10-117 

86/11/10-205 

86/11/10-206 

86/11/10-210 

86/11/21-676 

87/07/21-260 

88/03/25-100 



86/11/13-010 President's Statement, 11/13/86 
86/11/13-011 



86/01/17-220 Shultz, George 
86/01/17-221 



80/09/22-100 Start 



85/09/14-101 U.S. Official Position 



86/01/17-255 George, Clair 

86/10/08-526 Hussein, President Saddam: 
Removal Proposed 



86/01/17-220 U.S. Policy 

86/01/17-221 

86/01/17-250 

86/10/08-526 

86/11/10-116 

86/11/10-117 



293 



109 



Date 

86/11/10-205 
87/07/31-100 



Topic 



Date 

85/08/06-023 Den lability 

85/08/06-120 

85/08/06-121 



Topic 



86/12/03-101 Vice President Bush 



86/10/24-402 Expenses 



86/01/17-250 Weinberger, Caspar 

86/11/10-209 

86/11/10-210 

87/07/31-100 



86/01/07-141 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 



86/11/10-037 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 



87/07/31-100 "World War I Situation" 



86/10/24-402 Financing 



85/09/04-505 First TOW Shipment: No Hostage 
Released 



86/10/24-402 Furmark, Roy 



85/09/00-040 George, Clair 



85/09/04-505 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

85/09/04-507 

86/10/24-402 



IRAN PROPOSALS, SUMMER 1985: 
TOW TRANSACTIONS (see also 
IRAN INITIATIVE) 

85/09/00-040 Allen, Charles 



85/08/06-100 Arms for Hostages 
85/08/06-120 



85/07/04-002 Iran-Contra Report 



85/07/04-000 Israel's Role 

85/08/06-022 

85/08/06-100 

86/11/18-350 

86/11/19-301 

86/11/20-600 



85/08/06-100 Arms Proposed 

85/08/06-120 

85/08/06-121 



86/11/25-417 Attorney General's Press 
Conference, 11/25/86 



86/10/24-402 Khashoggi, Adnan 



85/07/30-100 Kimche, David 

85/08/06-022 

85/08/10-100 

86/11/07-001 



85/09/00-014 Authorization 

85/11/16-100 

86/11/18-349 

86/11/18-350 



85/07/13-100 Beginning 



85/08/06-100 Bona Fides 



85/07/21-110 Casey, William 
85/09/00-020 



86/10/24-402 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 



85/09/04-507 CIA 



85/07/21-110 Congress Notified 



85/05/04-101 Ledeen, Michael 

85/05/04-110 

85/07/11-010 

85/07/11-011 

85/07/13-250 

85/07/29-100 

85/07/29-102 

85/07/29-110 

85/07/29-111 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/10-100 

85/08/10-101 

85/08/20-200 

85/09/04-500 

85/09/04-501 

85/09/04-502 

85/09/04-503 

85/09/04-505 

85/09/04-507 

85/09/09-100 



86/10/24-402 Cost to Iran 



85/07/04-005 Legal Advice 



85/05/04-101 McFarlane, Robert 



294 



110 



Date 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



85/05/04-110 
85/07/11-010 
85/07/11-011 
85/07/30-100 
85/08/02-200 
85/08/06-600 
85/08/10-100 
85/08/10-101 
85/08/20-200 
85/09/04-502 
85/09/04-503 
85/09/04-505 
85/09/09-100 
85/09/14-100 
86/11/07-001 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/18-346 
86/11/18-347 
86/11/18-348 
86/11/18-349 
86/11/18-350 
86/11/18-351 
87/03/19-101 



85/07/04-000 President's Decision 

85/07/11-000 

85/08/06-022 

85/08/06-023 

85/08/06-025 

85/08/06-029 

85/08/06-600 

85/09/00-014 

85/11/16-100 

86/11/07-001 

86/11/18-250 

86/11/18-346 

86/11/18-349 

86/11/18-350 

87/03/19-101 

88/03/25-100 



86/11/25-417 President's Knowledge 



86/11/19-301 President's News Conference, 

86/11/19-331 11/19/86 

86/11/20-600 



85/07/04-005 
86/01/07-145 
86/01/16-115 
86/11/20-540 
86/11/20-600 
86/11/25-422 



Meese, Edwin 



88/03/25-100 President's Summary, 3/25/88 



85/08/06-121 President's View 
85/08/06-500 



85/08/06-029 North, Oliver 

85/08/06-030 

85/09/00-020 

85/09/04-503 

86/11/23-391 



86/10/24-402 Profits 



85/08/06-600 Regan, Donald 
86/11/19-332 



85/05/04-101 Peres, Prime Minister Shimon 
85/05/04-110 



85/07/11-000 Regan Informed 



85/08/06-025 Poindexter, John 

85/09/14-100 

86/01/07-145 

86/11/20-540 

86/11/20-581 



85/09/14-180 Poindexter, John: First 
Awareness 



85/08/06-022 Replenishment 

85/08/06-023 

85/08/06-100 

85/08/06-600 

85/09/00-013 

85/09/04-502 

85/09/09-100 

86/11/07-001 

86/11/18-350 

86/11/19-332 



85/07/11-000 
85/09/00-013 



President Informed 



85/09/04-500 Revolutionary Guards Seize TOWs 



President Reagan 



85/07/04-005 
85/07/30-100 
85/08/02-200 
85/08/06-600 
85/08/10-100 
85/08/10-101 
85/09/14-100 
86/11/19-332 
87/03/19-101 



85/08/06-600 President Reagan: "I don't 
remember -- period" 



85/09/04-505 Second TOW Shipment: Decision 



85/07/19-100 Shultz, George 
85/09/14-100 



85/04/00-100 Shultz Informed 

85/07/11-000 

85/07/14-100 

85/07/14-110 



295 



111 



Date 



Topi c 



85/08/06-020 Shultz' Opposition 

85/08/06-120 

85/08/06-121 

85/08/06-500 



Date Topic 

86/01/07-145 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



85/07/31-150 Source of the TOWs 



85/05/20-100 Special National Intelligence 
Estimate (SNIE), 5/85 



85/08/06-022 Stipulations by President on 
Sale 



IRAN PROPOSALS, 1/86 (see also 
IRAN INITIATIVE) 

86/01/02-060 "already pregnant for 500" 



86/01/02-031 Deniability 



86/01/02-060 Finding, Presidential 



85/06/19-100 Sunmary 

85/07/OA-OOO 

85/07/04-002 



85/08/06-600 Tower Report 



86/01/02-030 Nir, Ami ram 

86/01/02-031 

86/01/02-032 

86/01/02-050 

86/01/02-051 



85/07/29-102 TOUs: 508 
85/09/04-501 



85/07/13-100 TOUs Proposed 
85/07/14-100 



IRANIANS: CODE NAMES 
86/01/11-180 Adviser 



85/09/00-010 TOUs Shipped 



86/01/11-180 Engine 



85/08/20-300 TOWs Shipped, 8/20/85 



86/01/11-180 First Contact 



85/09/15-100 TOUs Shipped, 9/15/85 



86/01/11-180 First Iranian 



85/08/06-600 Uallison, Peter 



86/01/11-180 Monster 



85/08/06-020 Ueinberger's Opposition 
85/08/06-500 



85/08/06-030 Weir, Benjamin: Release 

85/08/06-121 

85/09/00-020 

85/09/15-100 

87/03/19-101 



86/01/11-180 Relative 



86/01/11-180 Second Contact 



86/01/11-180 Second Iranian 



86/11/07-001 White House Chronologies 

86/11/18-250 

86/11/18-345 

86/11/18-346 

86/11/18-348 

86/11/18-349 

86/11/18-350 

86/11/18-351 



85/08/06-020 Uhite House Meeting, 8/6/85 

85/08/06-023 

85/08/06-100 

85/08/06-121 

85/08/06-500 

85/12/07-140 



IRANIANS: MODERATES OR PRAGMATICS 
OR OTHER GROUPS 

86/10/24-401 Casey, UiUiam 



85/12/07-750 Fuller, Craig: Memo, 7/29/86 

86/07/29-300 

86/07/29-302 

86/07/29-313 

86/07/29-314 



86/10/24-401 Furmark, Roy 



296 



Date Topic 

85/12/07-770 George, Clair 

86/10/2A-401 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



Date 
ISRAEL 



Topic 



86/05/23-105 Agreement to Produce AU the 
Hostages 



112 



85/07/29-101 Ledeen, Michael 
85/12/07-743 



86/01/07-900 Banana 
86/01/12-110 



85/12/07-701 McFarlane, Robert 
86/05/25-100 



86/01/07-803 Heese, Edwin 



85/12/07-701 Moderates Defined 



84/12/04-250 Contra Support 



85/12/06-798 Diversion 



86/01/11-105 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 
86/01/11-250 



85/12/07-750 Nir, Amiram 

86/07/29-300 

86/07/29-302 

86/07/29-313 

86/07/29-314 



85/12/07-710 North, Oliver 

86/03/07-050 

86/03/10-200 

86/07/29-200 



85/12/07-705 Poindexter, John 

85/12/07-707 

85/12/07-710 



85/12/07-740 Regan, Donald 



85/12/07-715 Secord, Richard 



85/12/07-725 Shultz, George 



85/12/07-703 Sporkin, Stanley 



86/07/29-300 Vice President Bush 

86/07/29-314 

86/12/03-101 



85/12/07-750 Vice President Bush: "dealing 
86/07/29-302 with the most radical 
86/07/29-313 elements" 



85/12/07-730 Weinberger, Caspar 

85/12/07-732 

85/12/07-734 

86/00/01-180 



86/11/16-203 Iran Arms Transactions 



86/09/15-580 Iran-Contra Report 



86/01/02-065 Iran Initiative 



86/01/17-216 Iran-Iraq War 



85/06/19-100 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 
85/07/08-500 



86/01/09-000 Joint Israeli-U.S. Operations 



85/11/20-010 Lake Resources, $1 Million 
Deposit 



85/06/21-111 Ledeen, Michael 



86/01/21-100 McFarlane, Robert: "Israelis 
are sucking us in on the arms 
transfers" 



85/09/00-120 Money in Secord Account 

85/06/21-111 Mossad Position on Iran 
Operation 

86/11/07-305 Poindexter, John 

87/03/19-102 President Reagan 

86/09/15-505 Proposal of Arms for Contras 



IRAQ- IRAN WAR (see IRAN- IRAQ WAR) 



86/05/08-800 Proposal of Trainers for 
86/09/15-505 Contras 



86/01/07-900 Replenishment 



297 



Date Topic 

86/01/02-065 Risks 



Date 
86/04/07-210 



Topic 



113 



87/03/19-102 Role in Iran Arms Transactions 



86/11/07-305 Tehran Trip: Public Disclosure 



84/12/04-250 Teicher, Howard 



86/09/15-580 U.S. -Israeli Covert Operations 



86/07/29-300 Vice President Bush's Meeting 
with Nir, 7/29/86 



JACOBSEN, DAVID (see HOSTAGES, U.S.) 



JANIS, RICHARD (Washington, D.C. 
Attorney; Representing Albert 
Hakim) 

86/11/23-900 Second Channel 



JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF (JCS) 

86/06/21-630 Crowe, William 

86/06/21-632 

86/06/21-640 

86/06/21-670 

86/06/21-675 

86/06/21-676 

86/06/21-677 

86/06/21-678 



86/01/17-740 Iran Initiative 

86/01/17-750 

86/06/21-630 

86/06/21-632 

86/06/21-640 

86/06/21-650 

86/06/21-670 

86/06/21-675 

86/06/21-676 

86/06/21-677 

86/06/21-678 



83/07/12-110 Poindexter, John 



JCS (see JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF) 



JOSHUA (see PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN) 



JENCO, REV. LAURENCE (see HOSTAGES, 
U.S.) 



JUCHNIEWIC2, EDWARD (Associate Deputy 
Director of Operations, CIA, 1983-86; 
Later Acting Deputy Director of 
Operations, CIA) 

86/03/07-200 Iran Initiative 



JENSEN, D. LOWELL (Deputy Attorney 
General, DoJ, Until 6/27/86; Now a 
Federal Judge in San Francisco 
[N.D. Cal.] ) 

86/01/03-100 Findings, 1/86 

86/01/06-400 

86/01/06-450 



KEEL, ALTON (Former Deputy Assistant 
to the President for National Security 
Affairs Under John Poindexter) 

84/02/07-100 Contra Funding 



86/01/07-140 Iran Initiative 



86/10/08-700 Dawa Prisoners 



86/03/24-100 Miami Investigation of Contra 
Gun -Running 



86/05/29-013 Diversion 
86/11/18-650 



86/04/07-210 Miami U.S. Attorney's 
Investigation 



86/05/29-013 McFarlane, Robert 
86/11/18-250 



86/03/24-100 Poindexter, John 



84/02/07-100 North, Oliver 



86/10/30-100 TOW Shipment, 10/86 



298 



114 



Date Topic 

86/11/18-155 Poindexter, John 



86/11/22-505 Poindexter-Casey Lunch, 
11/22/86 



86/12/13-060 Second Channel Negotiations, 

86/12/23-100 12/86 

86/12/23-101 



Date 



Topic 



86/10/24-401 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



86/10/17-100 Furmark, Roy 

86/10/17-101 

86/10/24-401 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



86/12/23-100 Weinberger, Caspar 
86/12/23-101 



86/11/18-150 White House Chronologies 

86/11/18-163 

86/11/18-250 



85/08/10-101 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

86/10/11-116 

86/10/24-401 

86/10/24-402 



86/10/24-402 HAWK Spare Parts Transaction 



86/11/10-045 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 
86/11/10-082 



86/10/24-402 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/10/17-101 Indebtedness 



KEENEY, JOHN C. (In 11/86, Deputy 
Assistant Attorney General for 
Criminal Division, DoJ; Became 
Acting Assistant Attorney General 
on 3/30/86) 

86/11/26-150 Criminal Investigation 



85/07/08-500 Iran Proposals, Sunnmer 1985 



85/05/04-104 Ledeen, Michael 

85/05/04-105 

85/08/10-101 



86/01/17-315 Poindexter, John 
86/10/11-116 



KELLY, JOHN (U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon, 
Since 1986) 

86/11/01-150 Jacobsen, David: Release 
86/11/01-153 



86/10/24-403 Profits 



85/05/04-104 Schwinmer, Adolph 
85/05/04-105 



86/11/01-150 Piatt, Nicholas: Memo to 



86/11/01-153 Shultz, George 
86/11/01-155 



86/10/17-100 Tehran Trip, 5/86 



86/10/24-402 TOW Transactions, Summer 1985: 
F i nanc i ng 



KHASHOGGI, ADNAN (Saudi Business Executive and 
International Financier) 

86/10/17-100 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 
86/10/17-101 



KHOMEINI, AYATOLLAH RUHOLLAH (Iranian 
Political and Religious Leader, 
Since 1979) 

85/12/15-310 North, Oliver 



86/01/24-702 Notional Timeline for Operation 
Recovery 



86/01/17-315 Bridge Financing 
86/10/24-401 Casey, William 



87/03/26-100 President Reagan 
88/03/25-100 



79/01/16-100 Replaces Shah 



299 



115 



Date Topic 

86/02/01-100 Step Down Anticipated, 2/11/86 



Date 



Topic 



85/08/06-023 President 's Decision, Sunnier 
1985 



86/01/16-653 Profits 



KIMCHE, DAVID (Former Director-General, 
Israeli Foreign Ministry) 

85/07/03-105 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 
85/08/02-200 



85/11/15-250 HAUK Transaction, 11/85 
85/11/22-800 



85/07/04-000 Iran Proposals, Sunner 1985 

85/07/11-000 

85/08/06-030 



85/05/04-103 Ledeen, Michael 

85/05/04-104 

85/05/04-106 

85/07/03-105 

85/07/11-010 

85/07/11-011 

85/07/13-250 

85/07/29-100 

85/07/29-101 

85/07/29-110 

85/07/29-111 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/20-200 

85/09/04-500 

85/09/04-505 

85/10/08-300 

85/10/08-305 

85/11/00-200 

86/01/16-653 



85/08/06-023 Replenishment 
85/11/08-000 



85/12/00-000 Resignation 



85/07/11-010 Schwinmer, Adolph 
85/07/11-011 



85/11/00-200 "Senior Iranian," Meeting with 



86/11/20-130 White House Chronologies 



KIMMITT, ROBERT (Executive Secretary 
and General Counsel, NSC Staff, 
Until 1985) 

85/08/16-430 Poindexter, John 



KIRKPATRICK, JEANE (U.S. Ambassador to 
the U.N., 1981-85) 

84/10/03-540 McFarlane, Robert 



85/12/06-000 London Meeting, 12/8/85 

85/12/08-200 

85/12/08-300 



81/00/00-102 McFarlane, Robert 

85/04/00-100 

85/07/03-100 

85/07/03-105 

85/07/11-010 

85/07/11-011 

85/07/13-250 

85/07/29-111 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/06-120 

85/09/00-010 

85/11/00-000 

85/11/08-000 

85/11/15-250 



85/08/20-200 McFarlane's Codes, 8/85 



85/06/21-000 North, Oliver 



85/09/04-500 Paris Meeting, 9/4/85 
85/09/04-505 



KISH 



86/03/10-200 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



86/03/02-100 Meeting Called Off 



86/02/27-200 Meeting Proposed 

86/03/07-200 

86/03/10-200 



KISSINGER, HENRY (Secretary of State, 
1973-77; National Security Adviser 
to President Nixon, 1969-75) 

85/06/07-050 George, Clair 



86/11/13-011 President's Statement on the 
Iran Initiative, 11/13/86 



300 



Date 



Topic 



KL-A3 



84/01/25-300 Castillo, Tomas 
86/03/15-101 



Date Topic 

86/01/13-105 Second, Richard 

86/10/13-105 TOW Transfers 



116 



86/03/15-101 Central American Task Force 
86/04/10-121 Chief (C/CATF) 



86/08/26-210 Dutton, Robert 



86/01/13-105 Weinberger, Caspar 



86/01/12-100 Yusef, Arrihim Ben 



86/08/26-310 Generally 



86/08/26-110 Hall, Fawn 
86/08/26-210 



KOREL ASSETS 
85/07/00-030 CSF 



86/08/26-109 Napier, Shirley 

86/08/26-110 

86/08/26-210 



85/08/22-220 North, Oliver 

86/02/00-000 

86/02/00-040 

86/08/26-310 



85/07/00-010 Generally 
85/07/00-030 



85/07/00-010 Hakim, Albert 



85/07/00-010 Second, Richard 



86/02/00-040 Poindexter, John 

86/02/00-050 

86/08/26-310 



86/02/00-000 Resupply Operation 



KRAYLESS (alias for GHORBANIFAR, 
MANUCHER) 



86/08/26-210 Rodriguez, Felix 



86/11/21-678 Shredding Documents 



LACAYO, ERIC 

85/04/00-605 Calero, Adolfo 



KOCH, NOEL (President, International 
Security Management; Until 5/86, 
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary 
for International Security Affairs, 
DoD) 

86/03/28-500 Aaron 



86/01/13-105 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE 

86/00/07-622 Full -Service Covert Operation 

85/04/11-265 Generally 

85/04/11-275 President Reagan 



85/09/21-100 Hostages by Christmas 
85/09/21-150 



85/11/17-120 HAUK Transaction, 11/85 
85/11/18-150 



LAKE RESOURCES 

86/00/04-760 Alakazar, Monzer 



86/01/12-100 North, Oliver 
86/01/13-105 



86/06/00-400 Brunei 
86/06/00-420 



86/01/12-100 Powell, Colin 



85/04/01-699 Calero, Adolfo 
85/10/00-040 



85/11/18-400 HAUK Transaction, 11/85 
85/11/22-800 



301 



117 



Date 



Topic 



84/09/21-310 Contra Funding 
85/06/21-090 



85/06/18-500 Coors' Maule 



86/02/15-110 Diversion 
86/05/16-460 



Date Topic 

86/10/07-100 North, Oliver 

86/07/26-200 Rodriguez, Felix 



86/10/07-100 Southern Air Transport 
Investigation 



85/07/00-000 Energy Resources 



86/00/07-145 Full-Service Covert Operation 



LAWN, JOHN (Administrator, DEA) 
85/06/07-020 DEA Hostage-Rescue Operation 



86/09/25-200 Hakim, Albert 



85/06/07-021 Meese, Edwin 



85/11/18-400 HAUK Transaction, 11/85: 

85/11/18-405 Deposit of $1 Million 

85/11/20-010 

85/12/20-000 

86/01/22-140 



86/01/22-000 London Meeting, 1/86 



86/03/26-010 Napier, Shirley 



LEAKS 

86/01/16-301 Art Form 

86/03/31-500 Department of Defense 



85/04/11-279 Poindexter, John 
86/03/31-500 



86/09/25-200 North, Oliver 



84/07/00-150 Off-shore Accounts 



86/03/31-400 Overcharging the Contras 
86/03/31-440 



86/01/17-312 Poindexter, John 
86/01/17-315 



86/01/17-315 Profit 



85/07/00-001 Secord's Forsworn Profits 



86/09/25-200 $7 Million Deposit 



86/12/04-100 Swiss Accounts Frozen 



86/02/15-110 TOU Shipment, 2/86 



LEDEEN, MICHAEL (Former Consultant on 
Terrorism, NSC) 

85/06/21-111 Allen, Charles 

85/09/04-506 

85/12/04-600 

85/12/15-300 



85/12/04-600 Allen, Charles: Meeting, 

85/12/04-601 12/4/85 

85/12/04-602 

85/12/04-603 

85/12/19-200 



85/07/11-011 Arms for Hostages 

85/07/13-250 

85/10/08-301 

85/10/08-305 

85/10/08-306 



85/12/04-601 Ashgari 



85/12/15-310 Assassination Proposal 



LANGTON, WILLIAM (President, Southern 
Air Transport) 

86/10/07-100 Dutton, Robert 



85/12/22-102 Baksheesh 



85/10/31-805 Bank Account for Iranian 

Officials: Not Personal or 
Bribe Money 



302 



118 



Date 



Topic 



85/05/04-104 Buckley, William 

85/07/29-102 

85/10/03-820 



85/12/04-600 Bumps Into Ghorbanifar at Air 
France Counter in Paris 



86/10/07-500 Canadian Investors 



85/06/21-111 Casey, William 

85/10/03-820 

85/12/15-300 

85/12/19-200 

86/10/07-500 



85/09/04-507 CIA 

85/11/25-706 

85/12/22-100 



85/12/22-100 CIA Meeting, 12/22/85 

85/12/22-101 

85/12/22-102 



85/06/21-111 Clarridge, Duane 

85/12/10-151 

85/12/15-300 



85/04/00-120 Covey, Jock 
85/05/04-102 



85/10/31-800 Credit Suisse Account 
85/10/31-806 



85/12/22-102 "Deliberate Overcharge" v. 
Commissions Charged 



85/10/31-806 Diversion 

86/00/03-770 

86/01/13-200 



85/05/04-106 "fly-on-the-wall role" 



86/10/07-500 Furmark, Roy 



85/05/04-100 Gazit, Shlomo 

85/05/04-102 

85/05/04-103 

85/05/04-105 

85/05/04-106 

85/05/04-110 



85/04/00-100 Generally 
85/11/18-402 



85/06/21-110 George, Clair 

85/06/21-111 

85/12/10-150 

85/12/10-151 



Topic 



Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



Date 

86/01/11-110 
86/01/11-113 



85/05/04-104 
85/05/04-105 
85/05/04-110 
85/06/21-110 
85/06/21-111 
85/07/03-105 
85/07/11-010 
85/07/11-011 
85/07/13-250 
85/07/29-100 
85/07/29-101 
85/07/29-102 
85/07/29-110 
85/07/29-111 
85/07/30-100 
85/08/02-200 
85/08/10-101 
85/09/04-500 
85/09/04-507 
85/10/08-300 
85/10/08-301 
85/10/08-306 
85/10/31-805 
85/11/00-200 
85/11/25-700 
85/11/25-706 
85/11/25-707 
85/12/04-600 
85/12/04-601 
85/12/04-603 
85/12/07-743 
85/12/10-150 
85/12/15-310 
85/12/19-200 
86/00/03-770 
86/01/11-113 
86/01/16-650 
86/01/16-653 
86/02/27-155 



85/12/15-300 Ghorbanifar's Mock 

Assassination Proposal 



85/05/04-106 Hall, Uilma 
85/07/11-010 
85/07/11-011 
85/09/09-100 



85/11/25-705 HAWK Missiles: How Many a 707 
Holds 



85/10/08-301 
85/10/08-305 



85/11/18-402 
85/11/25-700 
85/11/25-705 
85/11/25-706 
85/11/25-707 
85/12/04-601 
85/12/04-602 
86/11/21-180 
86/11/21-347 



HAWKs, TOWs, Sidewinders, 
Harpoons and Phoenixes 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



303 



119 



Date 



Topic 



85/05/04-100 Hostages, U.S. 

85/05/04-105 

85/05/04-110 

85/07/29-102 



85/04/00-120 Intelligence on Iran 

85/05/04-100 

85/05/04-102 

85/05/04-110 



85/12/19-200 Iran Initiative: Status, 12/85 



85/07/11-000 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 

85/07/29-102 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/10-100 

85/08/20-200 

85/09/04-500 

85/09/04-501 



Date 

85/07/29-110 
85/07/29-111 
85/07/30-100 
85/08/02-200 
85/08/20-200 
85/09/04-500 
85/09/09-100 
85/11/00-200 
85/11/25-705 



86/01/12-110 Koch, Noel 



Topic 



85/11/18-402 



85/12/04-602 
85/12/04-603 
85/12/19-200 



Lake Resources, $1 Million 
Deposit, 11/85 



Libyan Scam 



85/12/15-310 Maghrabi, Mahmoud Sulaiman 



85/04/00-120 Iran Situation, 1985 
85/05/04-100 



85/05/04-101 Iranian Request for Military 
85/05/04-110 Equipment, 5/85 



85/05/04-110 Israeli Channels into Iran 



85/11/18-402 Israeli Deposit of $1 Million, 
11/85 



85/04/00-120 Israeli Trips, 5/85 and 7/85 

85/05/04-100 

85/05/04-101 

85/05/04-102 

85/05/04-103 

85/05/04-105 

85/05/04-106 

85/05/04-110 

85/05/30-100 

85/06/05-100 

85/06/21-100 

85/06/21-300 



85/05/04-104 Khashoggi, Adnan 

85/05/04-105 

85/08/10-101 



85/05/04-103 Kimche, David 

85/05/04-104 

85/05/04-105 

85/05/04-106 

85/07/03-105 

85/07/11-010 

85/07/11-011 

85/07/13-250 

85/07/29-100 

85/07/29-101 



84/12/00-701 

85/04/00-120 

85/05/04-100 

85/05/04-101 

85/05/04-102 

85/05/04-103 

85/05/04-105 

85/05/04-106 

85/05/04-110 

85/07/03-105 

85/07/11-010 

85/07/11-011 

85/07/13-250 

85/07/29-101 

85/07/29-111 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/10-100 

85/08/10-101 

85/08/20-200 

85/09/04-500 

85/09/04-503 

85/09/04-505 

85/09/04-506 

85/09/04-507 

85/09/09-100 

85/10/03-820 

85/10/31-806 

85/11/00-200 

85/11/25-705 

85/11/26-850 

85/12/22-100 

86/03/10-400 

86/11/19-100 

86/11/21-110 

86/11/21-150 

86/11/21-347 



85/08/10-100 
85/08/20-200 



McFarlane, Robert 



McFarlane's Code, 8/85 



86/02/27-155 McFarlane's Suspicions 



86/11/14-200 Meese, Edwin 



304 



120 



Date 

85/07/29-101 
85/12/07-743 



Topic 
Moderate Iranians 



Date 

85/09/04-500 
85/09/04-505 



Topic 
Paris Meeting, 9/4/85 



85/04/00-120 



83/00/00-200 
84/12/00-700 



NSC Approval and Payment for 
Travel 



NSC Consultant 



85/04/00-120 
85/05/04-100 
85/05/04-101 
85/05/04-102 
85/05/04-110 
85/07/11-010 



Peres, Prime Minister Shimon 



Nimrodi, Yaacov 



85/05/04-106 
85/07/29-100 
85/07/29-101 
85/07/29-102 
85/07/29-110 
85/07/29-111 
85/07/30-100 
85/09/04-500 
85/10/08-300 
85/10/31-805 
85/10/31-806 
85/11/00-200 



86/01/16-653 Nir, Ami ram 



85/08/06-030 North Meetings, Summer 1985 



85/05/04-102 
85/05/04-106 
85/09/04-503 
85/09/04-506 
85/10/03-820 
85/10/08-300 
85/10/08-305 
85/10/31-806 
85/11/08-402 
85/11/25-705 
85/11/25-706 
85/11/25-707 
85/12/04-600 
85/12/04-603 
85/12/15-300 
85/12/15-310 
86/01/16-653 
86/11/19-100 
86/11/21-180 
86/11/23-392 
86/11/25-460 



86/11/21-180 
86/11/21-181 



86/01/12-100 
86/01/16-650 
86/01/24-650 
86/02/27-120 
86/02/27-155 
86/11/21-111 
86/11/21-150 
86/11/26-851 



North, Oliver 



North, Oliver: Reference to 
Shredding 



North's Suspicions 



85/11/25-707 Oil-Drilling Equipment 



85/12/22-102 Overcharging the Iranians 



85/05/04-106 
85/11/25-700 
85/11/26-850 
85/11/26-851 
85/12/04-603 
86/01/16-655 
86/01/16-660 
86/11/19-100 



85/07/30-100 
85/08/02-200 
85/08/10-100 
85/08/10-101 
85/12/19-200 
85/12/22-101 
86/11/25-460 



86/01/16-653 
86/01/16-660 



85/12/04-600 
85/12/04-602 



Poindexter, John 



President Reagan 



Profiteering/Profits 



Qadhafi, Muammar 



85/07/29-111 Rabin, Yitzhak 



85/11/25-700 
85/11/25-707 
85/11/26-850 
85/12/04-603 



85/10/31-806 



85/07/13-250 
85/07/29-111 
85/09/09-100 
86/01/12-100 



85/05/04-103 
85/05/04-104 
85/05/04-105 
85/05/04-106 
85/07/11-010 
85/07/11-011 
85/07/13-250 
85/07/29-100 
85/07/29-101 
85/07/29-110 
85/07/29-111 
85/07/30-100 
85/08/10-100 
85/09/04-500 
85/09/09-100 



Removal from Iran Project 



Replaced by North in Iran 
Initiative 



Replenishment 



Schwimmer, Adolph 



85/06/07-100 Shultz, George: Contact with 
McFarlane 



305 



121 



Date 

85/10/08-300 
85/10/08-305 
85/10/31-800 
85/10/31-805 
85/10/31-806 
85/11/00-200 
85/11/18-402 
85/11/25-706 
86/11/21-150 



Topic 



Date Topic 

85/08/20-200 
85/09/04-500 
85/09/04-501 



85/09/09-100 TOW Prices 



85/09/04-505 TOW Shipment, Sumner 1985 



85/11/18-402 Second, Richard 
85/11/25-707 



86/01/16-650 Secret Business Arrangement 



85/12/19-200 "Senior Iranian" 



85/10/31-805 "Senior Iranian": 
85/10/31-806 Ghorbanifar's Payments 



84/12/00-701 U.S. Policy Toward Iran 



85/09/04-500 "usual suspects" 



85/05/04-104 Walters, Vernon 



85/10/08-300 Washington Meeting, 10/8/85 

85/10/08-301 

85/10/08-305 

85/10/08-306 



85/10/31-800 "Senior Iranian," Meeting with 
85/11/00-200 



85/12/22-101 Weinberger, Caspar 



85/10/08-301 Sequential Release of Hostages 



85/05/04-104 Shackley, Theodore: Memo on 
85/05/04-105 Hostage Ransom 



85/09/04-503 Weir, Benjamin: Release 
85/10/08-305 



86/01/16-653 Whether He Profited 



85/05/04-102 Shultz, George 

85/05/04-103 

85/12/22-101 

86/09/16-100 

86/10/21-100 

86/10/26-100 



86/11/19-100 White House Chronologies 



85/12/22-100 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 

85/12/22-101 

85/12/22-102 



85/05/04-102 SNIE on Iran, 1985 
85/11/26-850 "talked too much" 



LEHMAN, JOHN (Secretary of the Navy, 
1981-87) 

84/12/04-008 North, Oliver: Memo, 12/4/84 



86/03/10-400 Tehran Trip, 5/86 



85/03/06-170 Walker, David 



85/04/00-120 Teicher, Howard 
85/05/04-102 



85/07/29-100 Tel Aviv Meeting with 

85/07/29-101 Ghorbanifar, 7/29/85 

85/07/29-102 

85/07/29-110 

85/07/29-111 

85/08/10-100 



LEWIS, DAVID (Washington, D.C. Attorney) 
86/10/10-100 North, Betsy 



86/10/10-100 North, Oliver 
86/10/10-130 



85/07/13-250 TOW Missiles 
85/07/29-102 
85/07/29-111 
85/08/10-101 



86/10/10-100 Zucker, Willard 



306 



Date 



Topic 



LEWIS, SAMUEL (U.S. Ambassador to 
Israel, 1977-85) 

85/05/30-100 Ledeen, Michael 



Date Topic 

85/12/15-300 Ledeen, Michael 

85/12/15-310 North, Oliver 



122 



LIBYA 

84/10/03-161 NSC Staff Heavily Involved 



MANAGUA ARMS DEPOT EXPLOSION 
85/03/06-100 Walker, David 



86/04/14-100 U.S. Raid, 4/14/86 
86/04/14-200 



LINCOLN BRIGADE 

86/00/07-622 Full -Service Covert Operation 



85/04/11-265 Generally 



MARIN, AQUILLES 

85/04/00-605 Calero, Adolfo 



MARTIN, RONALD (Arms Dealer) 

85/04/01-699 Calero, Adolfo 
85/04/11-220 



LITTLEDALE, KRISHNA (Fund Raiser for 
the Contras) 

86/03/27-400 O'Boyle, William 



85/09/25-300 Delamico, Mario 



86/04/07-259 Drugs 



85/04/11-220 McCoy, James 



LONDON MEETING, 12/8/85 
85/12/09-154 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



85/04/25-232 North, Oliver 
86/04/07-259 



85/12/09-150 Hostages at Risk 
85/12/09-154 



85/12/09-150 North, Oliver 



MAULE (PLANE) 

85/06/18-500 Coors, Joseph 
85/06/18-510 



85/12/09-150 President's Briefing 

85/12/09-152 

85/12/09-154 

85/12/09-165 



86/06/21-900 Iran-Contra Report 



86/03/28-100 O'Boyle, William 



85/09/20-090 Resupply Operation 



MAGHRABI, Dr. MAHMOUD SULAIMAN 
(Prime Minister, Minister of Finance 
and Minister of Agriculture, Libya, 
9/69-1/70) 

85/12/15-300 Assassination Proposal 
85/12/15-310 



85/12/15-300 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



McCOY, JAMES (Arms Dealer; Lt. Col. 
U.S. Army, Ret.) 

85/04/01-699 Calero, Adolfo 
85/04/11-220 



307 



123 



Date Topic 

86/04/07-259 Drugs 

85/04/11-220 Gretch World 

85/04/11-220 Martin, Ronald 



85/04/25-232 North, Oliver 
86/04/07-259 



McDANIEL, RODNEY (Special Assistant 
to the President and Executive 
Secretary, NSC, from 2/86) 

86/04/28-200 North, Oliver 



Date Topic 

85/08/16-420 
85/10/07-100 
86/11/21-181 



86/12/08-309 Barnes, Michael 



85/03/05-225 
85/08/16-150 
85/08/16-200 
85/09/12-100 
85/09/12-110 
85/09/12-200 
86/07/21-100 
86/07/21-110 
86/07/21-120 
86/07/21-122 



85/09/30-100 



Barnes, Michael: Letter to 
McFarlane, and McFarlane's 
Reply 



Barnes, Michael: Request for 
Documents 



McFARLANE, ROBERT (Assistant to the 
President for National Security 
Affairs, 10/83-12/4/85; Currently 
Counselor, Center for Strategic 
and International Studies, 
Georgetown University) 

84/10/03-370 Abrams, Elliott 



84/10/03-370 Administration Policies on 
Central America 



85/09/30-101 
85/09/30-102 
85/10/17-000 



86/05/29-013 
86/06/11-101 
86/06/11-103 



86/02/27-301 
86/02/27-302 
86/04/04-400 
86/12/10-006 



Barnes, Michael: Review of 
Documents at the NSC, 10/17/85 



Bethesda PROF 



Blowpipes 



86/05/23-105 Agreement To Produce All the 
Hostages 



84/10/03-150 
84/10/03-200 



Body and Soul Instructions 



86/11/03-110 
86/11/05-210 



Al-Shira' Article 



84/12/04-100 Altered Documents 

85/02/06-310 

85/02/06-311 

85/03/05-215 

85/03/05-216 

85/03/16-100 

85/04/11-230 

85/05/31-100 

85/08/16-200 

85/08/16-202 

85/08/16-203 

85/08/16-210 

85/08/16-230 

85/08/16-290 

85/08/16-292 

85/09/30-100 

86/11/21-600 

86/11/21-610 

86/11/21-613 



86/11/18-347 Arms Export Control Act 



84/10/03-300 
84/10/03-320 
84/10/03-324 
84/10/03-325 
84/12/04-005 
84/12/04-006 
86/07/21-125 
86/07/21-127 



87/02/08-100 



86/12/08-205 



85/01/00-020 
85/04/01-200 



84/03/27-100 
84/03/27-111 
84/11/07-277 
85/03/21-500 
86/06/16-080 
86/11/18-347 



Boland Amendments 



Boren, David 
Brunei 
Calero, Adolfo 

Casey, William 



85/07/00-410 Assurances to Congress About 
85/08/16-400 North and/or the NSC Staff 



84/03/27-100 
84/03/27-111 



Casey, William: Memo, 3/27/84 



82-742 O - 88 — • 11 



308 



124 



Date Topic 

85/03/21-500 Casey, William: Memo, 3/21/85 

85/05/24-110 Casey, William: Memo, 5/24/85 



86/05/25-100 Cast of Characters: Tehran 
Trip, 5/86 



86/03/10-200 Cave, George 



84/11/07-501 Central American Task Force 
85/07/01-650 Chief (C/CATF) 



Date Topic 

84/03/27-100 
84/03/27-110 
84/03/27-111 
84/08/07-100 
85/03/16-090 
85/03/20-100 
85/04/11-200 
85/07/01-650 
85/07/01-651 



85/04/11-205 Contra Aid: Summary 



85/04/01-200 Contra Aid Vote, 4/85 



85/01/10-100 Central American Trip 
85/09/04-507 CIA 



86/11/07-001 CIA Chronology 
86/11/18-348 



85/03/16-097 Channell, Carl 

85/09/02-400 

85/09/02-403 



85/08/10-100 Codes, 8/85 
85/08/20-200 



85/03/16-100 Contra Pal I -Back Plan: North 
Memo, 3/16/85 



85/05/31-090 Contra Military Situation 



85/05/31-100 Contra Near-Term Out look: 
North Memo, 5/31/85 



86/11/21-356 Cooper, Charles 

Country 1 
84/02/00-000 -- discussion of Contra aid 



87/02/08-100 Cohen, William 



86/01/15-120 "commercial cut-out" 



84/10/03-540 Connie Comment 



84/02/00-000 
84/03/27-110 
84/03/27-111 
84/04/17-100 
84/04/20-100 
84/04/20-200 
84/05/23-100 



general ly 



85/03/05-225 Congressional Inqui ries About 

85/08/16-200 North 

85/08/16-201 

85/08/16-202 

85/08/16-203 

85/08/16-204 

85/08/26-000 

85/09/12-110 

85/09/12-111 

85/09/30-100 

85/09/30-101 

85/09/30-102 

86/08/06-220 



86/12/10-006 Congressional Inquiries About 
North: McFarlane's Responses 
"were clearly too categorical" 



84/05/00-200 Country 2 

84/05/00-400 

84/05/00-425 

84/05/00-450 

84/06/25-095 

84/06/25-097 

85/02/00-650 

85/03/16-095 

85/03/16-096 

85/04/11-205 

85/04/11-206 

85/06/30-101 

85/09/12-110 

86/06/16-080 

86/12/08-205 

86/12/08-206 

86/12/10-006 

87/02/08-100 



84/10/03-370 Congressional Policies on 
Contra Aid 



85/06/30-100 Country 3 
85/06/30-101 



87/02/08-100 Congressional Testimony 
84/02/07-100 Contra Aid/Funding 



84/12/04-100 Country 4 Memo, 12/4/84 



309 



125 



Date Topic 

86/05/23-926 Coy, Craig 
86/11/13-002 



85/03/16-095 "current donors" 

85/03/16-096 

85/04/11-200 

85/04/11-206 

85/08/16-201 

85/08/16-202 



Date 



Topic 



84/12/04-005 End-User Certificates 

84/12/04-007 

85/03/05-200 

85/03/05-215 

85/03/05-216 

85/03/05-220 

85/03/05-226 

85/03/05-227 

85/09/12-111 

86/12/10-006 



85/04/11-230 Current Donors: North Memo, 
4/11/85 



86/01/15-120 "cut-out" 

86/05/24-005 

86/05/29-011 



85/05/24-110 Fake Saudi Prince, The 



84/03/21-115 Fall Guy Plan 
86/11/25-124 



85/04/11-220 FDN Expenditures and Outlays 



86/01/15-120 "cut-out" Defined 



85/09/30-100 Fielding, Fred 



86/05/27-400 Dawa Prisoners 



86/11/18-347 Deniability 



85/12/05-780 Finding, 12/5/85 

85/12/05-781 

85/12/07-300 

86/11/21-446 



86/12/08-200 Denial He Solicited 
87/02/08-100 



86/11/23-352 Destroyed Documents 



86/01/15-120 Finding, 1/17/86 

86/02/27-302 

86/05/29-011 

86/11/18-347 



85/10/31-806 Diversion 

86/05/24-001 

86/05/24-002 

86/05/28-400 

86/05/28-500 

86/05/29-010 

86/05/29-011 

86/05/29-012 

86/05/29-013 

86/11/18-250 

86/11/18-650 

86/11/19-250 

86/11/21-320 

86/11/24-001 

86/11/25-010 

86/11/25-750 

86/12/10-006 



86/11/23-100 Diversion: Authorization 

86/11/23-105 

86/11/25-750 



86/11/23-100 Diversion Memos 

86/11/23-105 

86/11/23-352 



85/01/22-130 Finding for Contra Support 



86/02/27-151 Frankfurt Meeting, 2/86 



84/05/00-425 Fund-Raising 



85/11/17-000 Geneva Call 



85/05/04-105 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

85/07/03-105 

85/07/29-111 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/10-100 

85/11/00-000 

85/12/09-152 

85/12/09-155 

85/12/09-170 

85/12/09-171 

86/01/11-105 

86/02/27-120 

86/03/10-200 



86/00/03-170 Diversions, Other 



85/12/08-201 Ghorbanifar, Manucher: Told by 
McFarlane "to go pound sand" 



85/06/07-013 DEA Hostage-Rescue Operation 
85/06/07-014 



86/11/18-346 Gilding the President's Motives 
86/11/18-347 



310 



126 



Date Topic 

85/09/00-010 God, Playing 



85/08/16-200 Hamilton, Lee 

85/09/03-100 

85/09/05-050 

85/09/05-100 

87/02/08-100 



86/05/24-005 HAWK Spare Parts 



Date 



Topic 



85/11/00-001 
85/11/15-250 
85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/11/17-000 
85/11/17-009 
85/11/19-105 
85/11/20-303 
85/11/21-307 
85/11/20-330 
85/11/20-331 
85/11/21-320 
85/11/22-100 
85/11/25-705 
85/11/26-700 
85/12/04-002 
85/12/05-814 
86/11/18-162 
86/11/18-347 
86/11/18-351 
86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-106 
86/11/21-333 
86/11/21-334 
86/11/21-335 
86/11/21-336 
86/11/21-337 
86/11/21-347 
86/11/21-355 
86/11/21-356 
86/11/25-447 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/12/10-005 HPSCI Testimony, 12/10/86 
86/12/10-006 



86/08/06-120 House Resolution of Inquiry on 
North 



86/05/27-400 Hussein, President Saddam 



85/03/08-100 Hyde, Henry 



86/12/08-206 "I am told that 1 should be as 
supplicatory as I can" 



86/11/23-101 Intelligence to the Iranians 



85/08/16-160 Iran-contra Report 
85/08/16-195 



85/12/07-103 Iran Initiative 
86/02/27-151 



86/11/07-000 Iran Initiative: Recap 
85/12/09-083 Iran-Iraq War 



85/05/04-101 Iran Proposals, Suimier 1985 

85/07/11-010 (see also TOW Transactions, 

85/07/11-011 Summer 1985) 

85/07/29-111 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/10-100 

85/08/20-200 

85/09/14-100 

86/11/07-001 

86/11/18-346 



87/02/09-000 Hospitalized 
85/09/17-100 Hostage Release 



86/12/08-200 HFAC Testimony, 12/8/86 

86/12/08-205 

86/12/08-309 



85/05/04-101 Iranian Request for Military 
85/05/04-110 Equipment, 5/85 



86/01/22-010 Israeli Role in the Iran 
Initiative 



86/01/21-100 "Israelis are sucking us in on 
the arms transfers" 



86/12/08-206 HFAC Testimony, 12/8/86: "not 
as full an account as I could 
have given" 



86/12/08-206 HFAC Testimony, 12/8/86: 
"tortured language" 



84/12/04-250 Israeli Support for Contras: 
NSC Approach 



84/02/07-100 Keel, Alton 

86/05/29-013 

86/11/18-250 



85/10/07-100 HPSCI Briefing, 10/85 
85/03/08-100 HPSCI Meeting, 3/4/85 



81/00/00-102 Kimche, David 

85/07/03-100 

85/07/03-105 

85/07/11-011 



311 



127 



Date 

85/07/13-250 
85/07/29-111 
85/07/30-100 
85/08/02-200 
85/08/10-100 
85/09/00-010 
85/09/09-100 
85/11/08-000 
85/11/15-250 
86/11/07-001 
86/11/18-349 
86/11/18-350 



85/11/18-400 



86/11/19-260 



Topic 



Lake Resources: 
Deposit 



$1 Million 



Leaves Washington Briefly, 
11/19/86 



Date 

84/09/02-155 
84/10/03-100 
84/10/03-200 
84/10/03-210 
84/10/03-220 
84/10/03-223 
84/10/03-230 
84/10/03-235 
85/01/15-150 
85/03/16-096 
86/12/08-200 
86/12/08-309 
86/12/10-005 
87/02/08-100 



85/12/07-154 
85/12/08-200 
85/12/08-201 
85/12/08-250 



Topic 



Litany 



London Meeting, 12/8/85 



83/00/00-200 

84/12/00-701 

85/04/00-120 

85/05/04-100 

85/05/04-101 

85/05/04-102 

85/05/04-103 

85/05/04-105 

85/05/04-106 

85/05/04-110 

85/06/07-100 

85/06/21-100 

85/06/21-300 

85/07/03-105 

85/07/11-010 

85/07/11-011 

85/07/13-250 

85/07/29-101 

85/07/29-111 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/10-100 

85/08/10-101 

85/08/20-200 

85/09/04-500 

85/09/04-502 

85/09/04-503 

85/09/04-505 

85/09/04-506 

85/09/04-507 

85/09/09-100 

85/10/00-100 

85/10/31-806 

85/11/00-000 

85/11/00-200 

85/11/25-705 

85/11/26-850 

86/03/10-400 

86/11/21-110 

86/11/21-181 

86/11/21-347 



Ledeen, Michael 



85/12/07-103 
85/12/09-170 
85/12/09-171 
85/12/09-180 



85/11/15-250 



86/11/21-337 
86/11/21-338 
86/11/21-347 
86/11/24-001 



86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/21-315 
86/11/21-320 
86/11/21-330 
86/11/21-333 
86/11/21-334 
86/11/21-335 
86/11/21-336 
86/11/21-350 
86/11/21-352 
86/11/21-355 
86/11/21-356 
86/11/21-370 



86/11/24-000 



86/11/21-157 



London Meeting, 12/8/85: 
President's Briefing 



McFarlane Litany (see Litany) 



McMahon, John 
Meese, Edwin 



Meese-McFarlane Interview, 
11/21/86 



Meese-McFarlane Interview, 
11/24/86 



Meese-McFarlane Interviews, 
11/21 and 11/24/86 



84/10/03-588 Legislative Strategy 



87/02/08-100 Letters to Congress, 2/8/87 



85/08/16-203 List of Documents for 
86/11/21-615 Alteration 



84/03/27- 1 1 1 
84/04/20-200 



86/11/21-315 
86/11/21-320 
86/11/21-338 



Memo, 4/20/84 



"Mental Finding" 



312 



128 



Date 



Topic 



85/07/01-039 Miami Meeting, 7/85 

85/07/01-040 

85/07/01-045 



85/03/16-097 Miller, Richard 
85/05/24-110 



84/01/00-005 Mining Nicaraguan Harbors 
86/12/10-009 Misleading Congress 
85/12/07-701 Moderate Iranians 



85/02/06-150 Monimbo 

85/02/06-310 

85/02/06-311 



83/10/00-000 National Security Adviser 



84/01/13-100 NSDD Draft on Third-Country Aid 
to the Contras, 1/84-2/84 



84/06/25-095 NSPG Meeting, 6/25/84 
84/06/25-097 



86/09/10-100 Nir, Amiram 



86/04/16-110 No Arms Deliveries Before 
Hostages Released 



North, Oliver 
84/12/04-006 -- character 



84/11/07-277 
86/11/25-335 



85/03/16-097 
85/08/16-201 
85/08/16-202 
85/09/02-400 
86/12/10-006 



84/02/07-100 
84/07/00-161 
84/07/00-168 
84/09/02-155 
84/10/03-223 
84/11/07-501 
84/12/04-005 
84/12/04-006 
84/12/04-008 
84/12/04-100 
85/01/15-100 
85/02/06-150 
85/02/06-310 



discretion 



-- dismissal from NSC staff 



fund-raising 



generally 



Date 

85/02/06-311 

85/03/05-200 

85/03/05-215 

85/03/05-216 

85/03/05-225 

85/03/05-226 

85/03/08-100 

85/03/16-090 

85/03/16-095 

85/03/16-096 

85/03/16-100 

85/03/20-100 

85/04/00-610 

85/04/01-200 

85/04/11-200 

85/04/11-206 

85/04/11-220 

85/04/11-230 

85/05/24-110 

85/05/31-090 

85/05/31-100 

85/06/07-005 

85/06/30-101 

85/07/01-115 

85/08/16-201 

85/08/16-202 

85/08/16-203 

85/08/16-204 

85/09/04-506 

85/09/12-110 

85/09/30-102 

85/11/15-250 

85/11/15-251 

85/11/15-252 

85/11/15-350 

85/11/15-351 

85/11/15-352 

85/11/17-118 

85/11/19-105 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/09-101 

86/00/09-105 

86/00/09-812 

86/01/11-103 

86/01/15-120 

86/02/27-151 

86/02/27-300 

86/02/27-301 

86/02/27-302 

86/02/27-330 

86/03/10-100 

86/03/10-200 

86/04/21-200 

86/04/21-201 

86/04/21-202 

86/05/23-105 

86/05/24-001 

86/05/29-011 

86/05/29-013 

86/06/10-090 

86/08/06-120 

86/09/10-100 

86/10/11-200 

86/11/18-353 

86/11/18-355 

86/11/21-154 

86/11/21-157 

86/11/21-160 

86/11/21-181 

86/11/21-334 

86/11/21-347 

86/11/21-370 

86/11/21-500 



Topic 



313 



129 



Date 

86/11/21-600 
86/11/21-610 
86/11/21-613 
86/11/23-100 
86/11/23-500 
86/11/25-124 
86/11/25-750 
86/12/08-200 
86/12/08-309 
86/12/10-005 
86/12/10-006 
87/02/09-100 
87/07/07-130 



Topic 



Date 

86/02/27-100 
86/02/27-120 



86/04/21-201 
86/11/04-300 
85/03/05-227 



Topic 

Secretary of State, North 
as 



ship, North's 



traveler's checks 



wish list of mi litary 
equipment for a third 
country 



84/09/02-155 
84/09/02-160 
84/09/02-161 



84/11/07-277 
85/04/11-205 



84/12/04-005 
84/12/04-006 
84/12/04-007 



85/01/15-100 
85/01/15-150 



85/02/06-150 



85/03/05-200 
85/03/05-225 
85/03/05-226 
85/03/05-227 
85/09/12-100 
85/09/12-111 



-- memo, 9/2/84 

-- memo, 11/7/84 

-- memo, 12/4/84 

-- memo, 1/15/85 

- - memo, 2/6/85 

-- memo, 3/5/85 



86/11/21-157 Obstruction of Justice 



84/07/00-160 Off-shore Accounts 



85/11/20-304 Oil-Drilling Equipment 

85/12/04-002 

86/11/17-000 

86/11/18-352 

86/11/18-353 

86/11/18-354 

86/11/18-355 

86/11/21-320 

86/11/21-334 

86/11/21-335 

86/11/21-336 

86/11/21-347 

86/11/21-350 

86/11/25-447 



86/11/25-750 "Ollie, it was approved, wasn't 
it" 



86/04/07-300 "Our Boss" PROF 



85/03/16-090 
85/03/16-095 
85/03/16-096 
85/03/16-097 
85/03/21-500 



85/03/20-100 



85/04/11-200 
85/04/11-205 
85/08/16-202 



85/05/31-090 



85/12/09-080 
85/12/09-083 
85/12/09-200 



85/08/16-400 
85/11/20-330 



memo, 3/16/85 



-- memo, 3/20/85 

-- memo, 4/11/85 

-- memo, 5/31/85 

-- memo, 12/9/85 

-- personal assurances 

-- PROF, 11/20/85 



85/09/04-500 Paris Meeting, 9/4/85 



86/03/10-200 Paris Meeting, 3/86 



85/07/01-115 Pastora, Eden 



85/10/31-806 Payments to Iranian Officials 



85/05/04-101 Peres, Prime Minister Shimon 
85/05/04-110 



86/04/21-202 Perot, H. Ross 



84/09/02-160 Poindexter, John 

84/09/02-161 

84/10/03-210 

84/10/03-588 

84/12/04-005 

85/01/15-150 

85/01/22-130 

85/02/06-150 

85/03/05-225 

85/04/11-271 



314 



130 



Date 

85/04/11-277 
85/08/00-020 
85/08/16-200 
85/09/14-100 
85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/12/04-007 
85/12/04-153 
85/12/04-154 
85/12/05-780 
85/12/05-781 
85/12/05-814 
86/00/02-514 
86/01/22-010 
86/04/07-300 
86/04/16-110 
86/04/22-200 
86/05/24-001 
86/05/24-710 
86/05/29-013 
86/06/10-100 
86/06/16-080 
86/06/16-150 
86/07/21-125 
86/07/21-127 
86/08/06-220 
86/10/03-100 
86/11/15-002 
86/11/18-155 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/18-346 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-347 
87/07/07-135 



Topic 



Date 
86/11/18-250 



85/05/24-110 
85/09/12-110 
86/04/21-202 



84/12/04-008 
85/03/05-225 
85/03/05-226 
85/03/05-227 
85/08/16-200 
85/08/16-201 
85/08/16-202 
85/08/16-203 
85/08/16-204 
85/09/12-110 
85/09/12-111 
85/09/30-100 



85/08/16-203 
86/11/21-615 



87/02/09-000 
87/02/09-100 



Topic 

President's Statement on Iran, 
11/19/86 



Private Donors 



Problem Memos 



Problem Memos: McFarlane's 
List 



Protecting Himself 



86/11/21-330 Protecting the President 



86/04/21-202 



"Rabelaisean cast to the 
messages" 



86/07/21-110 



84/02/07-100 
85/03/21-500 
85/04/11-205 
85/04/11-206 
85/07/11-011 
85/08/06-600 
85/08/10-100 
85/08/10-101 
85/11/20-331 
85/12/04-007 
85/12/07-103 
86/05/24-001 
86/06/16-080 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/21-356 
87/03/19-100 
87/05/13-100 



Poindexter, John: McFarlane's 
Categorical Responses to 
Congress 



President Reagan 



President's Briefing After 
London Meeting (see London 
Meeting, 12/8/85: President's 
Briefing) 



87/05/16-100 President's Briefings 



86/11/13002 



President's Speech, 11/13/86: 
McFarlane Draft 



85/06/03-100 
85/11/00-000 
85/11/15-250 
85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/11/17-000 



85/12/04-001 
86/11/07-000 
85/11/07-001 
86/11/15-100 
86/11/18-155 



85/03/05-225 
85/08/16-200 



85/08/06-022 
85/08/06-023 
85/09/04-502 
85/09/09-100 
85/11/00-000 
85/11/08-000 
85/11/15-250 
85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/11/17-000 
85/11/17-118 
85/11/17-300 
85/11/20-330 
85/11/20-331 
85/12/07-103 
86/01/15-120 



Rabin, Yitzhak 



Regan, Donald 



Reger, Brenda 



Replenishment 



315 



131 



Date Topic 

86/11/07-001 
86/11/18-350 
87/03/19-100 



85/12/04-000 Resignation 

85/12/04-001 

85/12/04-010 



Date Topic 

86/05/29-011 
86/11/18-400 



86/03/10-100 "Self-Serving Scenario" 



85/08/16-200 SSCI Inquiry About North 



86/04/21-201 "resistance support account" 



86/12/10-009 Responses to Congress, 

Generally: "I did not give as 
full an answer as I should 
have" 



83/12/20-100 Senior Interagency Group (SIG) 
Paper on Central America, 
12/20/83 



85/11/00-200 "Senior Iranian" 



85/08/16-202 
85/08/16-204 



85/03/16-097 
85/09/12-111 
85/12/04-002 
86/11/20-000 
86/11/21-334 
86/12/10-006 
87/02/09-000 
87/02/09-100 



84/10/03-370 
85/07/01-115 



Responses to Congress About 
North: Too Categorical 



Responsibility, on 



Restricted Interagency Group 
(RIG) 



84/07/00-163 Resupply Operation 



86/11/07-001 



"review [of] just what the 
truth is" 



87/02/08-100 Revises Congressional Testimony 



86/09/03-100 
86/09/10-100 



86/11/21-150 
86/11/21-157 
86/11/21-160 
86/11/23-100 



85/02/00-650 
85/03/16-097 
85/05/04-102 
85/05/04-103 
85/07/13-250 
85/09/13-200 
85/11/20-331 
85/12/05-814 
86/05/16-351 
86/06/10-090 
86/06/10-100 
86/06/16-080 
86/06/16-090 
86/06/16-100 
86/06/16-150 
86/08/00-030 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 



Sequential Release of Hostages 



"Shredding Party" 



Shultz, George 



85/05/04-105 
85/05/04-106 



Schwimmer, Adolph 



86/10/03-100 Second Channel 



85/06/30-101 
86/04/21-200 
86/04/21-201 



Sigur, Gaston 



84/07/00-161 
84/07/00-163 
84/07/00-165 
84/07/00-168 
84/07/00-170 
85/02/01-000 
85/11/19-100 
85/11/19-105 
85/12/08-301 
85/12/08-400 
85/12/08-410 
85/12/09-080 
86/01/01-100 
86/01/15-120 
86/02/27-300 
86/02/27-301 
86/02/27-302 
86/04/21-201 
86/05/24-005 



Secord, Richard 



85/02/07-200 Singlaub, John 



84/10/03-200 Smoke and Mirrors 



86/12/08-200 Solicitation Denied 
87/02/08-100 



84/09/02-155 Solicitation, Generally 

85/03/16-096 

85/06/30-101 

85/12/04-154 

86/12/08-205 



85/02/00-400 Solicitation Per Se 
85/02/00-410 



316 



132 



Date 
85/07/01-115 

85/07/01-115 

86/11/21-370 



86/01/15-120 
86/05/24-001 
86/05/28-400 
86/05/28-500 
86/05/29-011 
86/05/29-013 
86/11/18-650 
86/11/24-000 
86/11/24-001 
86/11/25-750 
86/12/10-006 



86/04/22-200 
86/05/23-105 
86/05/23-926 
86/05/24-000 
86/05/24-001 
86/05/24-002 
86/05/24-005 
86/05/24-710 
86/05/25-100 
86/05/27-050 
86/05/27-200 
86/05/27-220 
86/05/27-223 
86/05/27-225 
86/05/29-080 
86/10/03-100 



86/11/03-110 
86/11/05-210 



Topic 
Southern Front 

Tambs, Lewis 

Tapped Phone 



Tarmac Discussion (see also 
Tehran Trip, 5/86) 



Tehran Trip, 5/86 (see also 
Tarmac Discussion) 



Date 

85/08/16-200 
85/08/16-202 
85/09/30-100 
85/09/30-101 



85/08/06-600 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/18-345 
86/11/18-347 
86/11/18-348 
86/11/18-349 
86/11/18-350 
86/11/18-351 



85/08/06-600 
86/11/13-002 



Topic 



TOU Transactions, Summer 1985 
(see also Iran Proposals, 
Summer 1985) 



Tower Board 



Traveler's Checks (see North, 
Oliver -- traveler's checks) 



86/06/16-080 Vessey, John 



Tehran Trip Revealed 



85/12/06-850 
86/06/16-080 



85/12/06-850 



84/12/04-008 
86/12/10-006 



86/11/15-000 
86/11/15-002 
86/11/15-100 



Vice President Bush 



Vice President Bush: 
McFarlane's Calendar, 12/85 



Walker, David 



Watergate 



84/03/27-111 
84/04/20-200 
84/12/04-250 



84/03/27-100 
84/03/27-110 
84/03/27-111 
84/05/00-925 
85/01/15-150 
85/03/21-500 
85/04/11-271 
85/08/00-020 
86/04/21-201 
86/12/08-205 
86/12/08-206 
87/05/13-100 



85/06/30-101 



85/04/11-206 



Teicher, Howard 



Third-Country Aid to the 
Contras 



Weinberger, Caspar 



Third-Country Contributions: 
Quid Pro Quo 



Third Country Seizes Arms 
Shipped to Contras 



85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/11/15-351 
85/11/15-352 
86/06/16-080 
86/11/18-347 



85/09/00-010 Weir, Benjamin: Chosen 



85/03/05-225 Thompson, Paul 



85/09/04-503 
84/10/03-540 



85/11/15-252 
85/12/04-002 
86/11/07-001 
86/11/07-331 
86/11/07-332 
86/11/15-002 
86/11/18-150 
86/11/18-155 
86/11/18-163 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/18-345 
86/11/18-346 



Weir, Benjamin: Release 



Where He Went Wrong 



White House Chronologies 



317 



133 



Date 

86/11/18-347 
86/11/18-348 
86/11/18-349 
86/11/18-350 
86/11/18-351 
86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/18-400 
86/11/18-410 
86/11/18-415 
86/11/21-333 
86/11/21-334 



85/08/06-020 
85/08/06-022 
85/08/06-023 
85/08/06-100 
85/08/06-120 
85/08/06-121 
85/08/06-500 
85/08/07-103 
85/08/07-140 
86/11/18-346 
86/11/18-349 



85/08/06-121 
85/12/05-780 
85/12/07-090 
85/12/07-100 
85/12/07-103 
85/12/07-140 
85/12/07-150 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-152 
85/12/07-154 



85/03/05-215 
85/03/05-216 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



White House Meeting, 8/6/85 



White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



Wish List of Weapons 



McMAHON, JOHN (Deputy Director of 
Central Intelligence, 4/82-2/86) 

86/00/60-115 Casey, William 
86/01/25-000 



84/03/27-190 Clarridge, Duane 

84/03/27-210 

85/11/23-221 

85/11/23-222 

85/11/23-223 

85/11/23-231 



84/03/27-190 Country 6 



85/12/05-110 Finding, 12/5/85 

85/12/05-126 

85/12/05-660 

85/12/05-670 

86/11/21-095 



84/03/27-210 George, Clair 

85/09/00-070 

85/11/23-224 

85/11/23-231 

86/05/15-450 



86/01/25-000 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



85/11/23-210 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/23-220 

85/11/23-221 

85/11/23-222 

85/11/23-224 

85/11/23-231 

86/11/21-095 



86/01/25-000 Intelligence Request by 
Iranians 



McGINNIS, JOHN (Deputy Assistant 
Attorney General, Office of Legal 
Counsel, DoJ; in 11/86, Attorney 
Adviser, Office of Legal Counsel, 
DoJ) 

86/11/12-100 Department of Justice 
86/11/17-400 Investigation 



86/01/25-000 Iran Initiative 
86/03/07-200 



85/11/08-000 Kimche, David 
85/11/15-250 



85/11/15-250 McFarlane, Robert 



Mclaughlin, jane (Fund Raiser, NEPL) 
86/03/28-100 O'Boyle, William 



84/03/27-190 Mining Nicaraguan Harbors 



84/01/00-030 NSDD 138 on Neutralizing 
Terrorists 



McMAHON, BERNARD (Staff Director, SSCI, 
Until 1/87) 

86/00/03-781 Poindexter, John 



84/01/00-030 North, Oliver 
86/05/15-450 



85/11/23-221 Oil-Drilling Equipment 
85/11/23-222 



318 



134 



Date 



Topic 



86/01/07-350 Poindexter, John 
86/01/25000 



Date 

86/11/21-030 
86/11/21-355 



Topic 



85/11/23-231 "ranting and raving" in 11/85 



86/12/16-100 Congressional Immunity 



86/11/21-095 Sporkin, Stanley 
85/11/23-224 Through- the-Overhead Ueekend 



85/12/07-090 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 

85/12/07-100 

85/12/07-141 

85/12/07-150 

85/12/07-151 

85/12/07-152 



MEESE, EDWIN, III (U.S. Attorney 
General, 2/85-8/88; Counselor 
to President Reagan, 1/81-2/85) 

86/01/17-510 Agency Theory of Diversion 



86/01/07-351 
86/01/17-291 
86/11/18-020 



84/10/03-327 
84/10/03-565 



86/11/20-597 
86/11/20-605 



86/00/09-690 
86/11/22-390 
86/11/22-651 
86/11/22-652 
86/11/22-653 
86/11/22-656 
86/11/22-657 
86/11/25-006 
86/11/25-007 
86/11/26-200 



Arms Export Control Act 



Attorney General's Investigation 

(see ATTORNEY GENERAL'S INVESTIGATION) 



Boland Amendments 



Burns, Arnold 



Casey, William 



85/12/04-255 
86/01/07-142 
86/01/07-146 
86/01/07-803 
86/01/16-108 
86/01/16-110 
86/01/16-122 
86/01/16-123 
86/01/16-124 
86/01/16-130 
86/01/16-131 
86/01/16-290 
86/01/16-330 
86/01/16-331 
86/01/17-290 
86/01/17-291 
86/11/17-020 
86/11/18-040 
86/11/20-532 
86/11/20-542 



86/00/02-063 
86/01/17-510 
86/11/25-421 
86/11/25-727 



86/11/07-100 
86/11/07-110 
86/11/10-082 
86/11/20-595 
86/11/20-597 
86/11/20-606 
86/11/20-607 
86/11/20-608 
86/12/17-100 



86/12/17-105 

86/00/07-258 
86/11/25-725 
86/11/28-205 



Congressional Notification 



Constructive Trust Theory of 
Diversion 



Cooper, Charles 



Cooper Memo on Iran Arms 
Transactions 



Covert Intelligence Operations 



Criminal Aspects of Diversion 



Criminal Investigation After 
11/25/86 



86/11/20-400 
86/11/20-536 
86/11/20-537 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/20-570 
86/11/20-595 
86/11/20-597 
86/11/20-600 
86/11/20-601 
86/11/20-602 
86/11/20-605 
86/11/20-607 
86/11/20-608 



Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



86/11/07-100 
86/11/12-100 
86/11/17-400 



86/00/01-230 
86/00/02-063 
86/11/22-651 
86/11/22-652 
86/11/22-656 
86/11/22-657 
86/11/24-060 
86/11/24-400 



Department of Justice 
Investigation 



Diversion 



319 



Date 

86/11/25-449 
86/11/25-725 
86/11/25-726 
86/11/25-727 



Topic 



Date 

86/00/09-690 
86/11/22-651 
86/11/22-652 
86/11/22-657 



Topic 



Furmark, Roy 



135 



86/00/02-513 Diversion: Authorization 



86/11/14-200 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



85/06/07-012 DEA Hostage- Rescue Operation 

85/06/07-013 

85/06/07-020 

85/06/07-021 

85/06/07-025 

85/06/07-026 

85/07/03-101 

86/05/25-020 



86/01/07-145 
86/11/18-020 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/20-605 



85/06/07-025 
85/06/07-026 



HAUK Transaction, 11/85 



Hostage Ransom Operations 



86/00/01-230 Economy Act 



86/10/24-080 Evans, U.S. v. 
86/11/21-035 



86/11/20-532 
86/11/25-405 



Hughes -Ryan Amendment 



"I think you should resign 
today" 



85/06/07-021 Executive Order 12333 



86/11/24-004 Interview Procedures 



86/11/25-432 Fall Guy Plan 

86/11/25-433 

86/11/25-434 



86/08/06-105 False Statements to Congress, 
General ly 



85/11/26-390 Finding, 12/5/85 

85/12/05-113 

86/01/16-330 



86/01/16-290 Finding, 1/6/86 



86/01/17-105 Finding, 1/17/86 

86/01/17-270 

86/01/17-271 

86/11/10-081 

86/11/25-449 



86/01/27-205 Finding, 1/17/86: Cover Memo 

86/01/17-290 

86/01/17-291 



86/11/25-417 Finding, 1/17/86: "routine 
concurrence" 



86/01/03-100 Findings, 1/86 

86/01/06-400 

86/01/06-450 

86/01/07-050 



86/01/16-331 Findings, Generally 
86/00/09-690 Full-Service Covert Operation 



86/01/16-108 Iran-Contra Report 



85/11/26-390 
85/12/07-164 
85/12/07-400 
85/12/07-401 
86/01/07-051 
86/01/07-052 
86/01/07-105 
86/01/07-137 
86/01/07-140 
86/01/07-145 
86/01/07-803 
86/01/16-108 
86/01/16-110 
86/01/16-115 
86/01/16-120 
86/01/16-121 
86/01/16-122 
86/01/16-124 
86/01/16-130 
86/01/16-310 
86/02/01-100 
86/11/18-020 
86/11/20-595 
86/11/25-417 
86/11/25-449 



85/07/04-005 
86/01/07-105 



86/11/21-320 



86/01/07-140 



85/06/07-020 
85/06/07-021 



Iran Initiative 



Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 



Iran Transactions: President's 
Approva I 



Jensen, Lowell 
Lawn, John 



320 



136 



Date 



Topic 



86/08/06-105 Laws, Generally: To Whom They 
Apply 



86/11/14-200 Ledeen, Michael 



85/11/26-393 Legal Opinions on Iran Arms 
Transactions 



86/11/21-320 McFarlane, Robert 



86/08/28-110 Meeting on Contra Support 



86/11/21-320 
86/11/21-321 
86/12/17-105 



"Mental Finding" 



86/01/07-803 Moderate Iranians 



86/01/07- K6 
86/01/16-330 



National Security Act 



85/06/07-021 NSDD 159 



84/06/25-095 NSPG Meeting, 6/25/84 



Date 
86/12/16-100 



84/10/03-327 
85/12/04-255 
85/12/07-164 
85/12/07-400 
85/12/07-401 
86/01/07-137 
86/01/07-145 
86/01/07-355 
86/10/07-125 
86/10/24-085 
86/11/17-020 
86/11/17-040 
86/11/18-020 
86/11/18-040 
86/11/19-301 
86/11/20-532 
86/11/20-534 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/21-004 
86/11/21-106 
86/11/21-475 
86/11/22-652 
86/11/25-433 
86/11/25-434 
86/11/25-445 



86/11/25-311 
86/11/25-319 
86/11/25-405 



Topic 
Pardon, Presidential 

Poindexter, John 



Poindexter's Resignation 



85/06/07-012 
85/06/07-020 
86/00/09-630 
86/00/09-635 
86/01/07-140 
86/08/28-110 
86/11/21-475 
86/11/22-390 
86/11/25-430 
86/11/25-433 
86/11/25-445 



North, Oliver 



86/01/16-124 
86/11/24-060 
86/11/24-400 



85/06/07-026 



86/11/19-300 
86/11/19-301 



President Reagan 



President Reagan: Letter to 
H. Ross Perot, 1/11/86 



President's News Conference, 
11/19/86 



86/11/22-160 
86/11/22-170 
86/11/23-390 
86/11/23-391 
86/11/23-392 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-394 
86/11/23-395 
86/11/23-396 
86/11/23-398 
86/11/24-001 
86/11/24-160 
86/11/24-185 
86/11/25-005 
86/11/25-421 



86/11/20-601 
86/11/20-602 



86/12/17-105 
86/01/17-291 



Notes 



Oil -Drilling Equipment 



Oral Finding 



Out of the Loop, 1/17/86-11/86 



86/01/17-291 Replenishment 



86/00/09-630 Resupply Operation 



86/01/16-301 Secord, Richard 



84/06/25-095 
86/01/07-051 
86/01/07-140 
86/01/07-291 
86/01/16-122 
86/01/16-290 
86/01/16-300 
86/11/10081 
86/11/21-320 



86/11/20-550 
86/11/20-560 
86/11/20-570 
86/11/20-590 



Smith. William French 



Sofaer, Abraham 



321 



137 



Date 

86/11/20-597 
86/11/20-605 



Topic 



86/00/02-636 Southern Air Transport 

86/10/07-100 Investigation 

86/10/07-120 

86/10/07-125 

86/10/24-080 

86/10/24-085 

86/11/22-163 



86/01/07-146 Sporkin, Stanley 

86/01/16-330 

86/11/25-449 



Date 

86/01/07-351 
86/01/16-290 
86/01/17-291 
86/11/18-020 



86/11/10-036 
86/11/10-037 
86/11/10-081 
86/11/10-082 
86/11/10-085 
86/11/14-200 



Topic 
White House Meeting, 1/16/86 



White House Meeting, 11/10/86 



86/11/18-161 White House Meeting, 11/20/86 



86/01/17-510 Swiss Bank Account Frozen 



86/10/24-080 Trott, Stephen 



86/11/19-300 Wallison, Peter 



86/10/24-080 Webster, William 

86/10/24-085 

86/11/21-037 



86/01/07-142 Weir, Benjamin: Release 



86/11/21-036 Weld, William 



86/11/25-433 When Resignation Becomes 
Imperative 



86/11/20-595 White House Chronologies 
86/11/20-600 



86/01/07-145 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



86/01/07-140 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 

86/01/07-141 

86/01/07-142 

86/01/07-146 

86/01/07-355 

86/01/07-803 

86/01/16-121 

86/01/16-122 

86/01/17-205 

86/01/17-290 

86/01/17-291 



MELTON, RICHARD H. (Director, Office of 
Central American and Panamanian Affairs, 
Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, DoS; 
Later, Charge in Costa Rica; After That, 
U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua, Until 
6/88) 



86/04/03-300 
86/05/08-500 
86/05/12-101 
86/05/12-102 
86/05/12-103 
86/05/14-101 
86/05/14-102 
86/05/14-103 
86/05/15-103 
86/05/22-200 
86/05/22-201 
86/05/22-202 
86/05/29-500 
86/05/29-501 



86/05/12-103 



86/05/12-101 
86/05/12-103 
86/05/14-101 
86/05/14-103 



85/07/01-620 



86/04/30-300 
86/05/08-500 
86/05/08-501 
86/05/12-101 
86/05/12-102 
86/05/12-103 
86/05/14-101 
86/05/14-102 
86/05/14-103 
86/05/15-103 
86/05/22-200 
86/05/22-201 
86/05/22-202 



Abrams, Elliott 



Central American Task Force 
Chief 



Pastora, Eden 



Restricted Interagency Group 
(RIG) 



85/07/01-620 RIGlet 



Singlaub, John 



Topic 



Date 

86/05/28-050 
86/05/29-500 
86/05/29-501 



86/04/30-300 Singlaub-Pastora Agreement 
86/05/08-500 



322 



Date Topic 

85/07/01-010 Second, Richard 

85/06/28-350 Summary 



138 



86/05/15-104 Singlaub-Pastora-Calero 
Agreement 



86/05/12-102 Temporizing Response to 
86/05/14-102 Singlaub 
86/05/14-103 



MIAMI U.S. ATTORNEY'S INVESTIGATION 

86/04/07-215 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/04/07-220 I ran- Contra Report 



86/04/30-300 Walker, William 



86/04/07-215 North, Oliver 



MENGES, CONSTANTINE 
(Former Senior Director for Latin 
American Affairs, NSC Staff) 

85/02/06-320 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



85/02/06-320 Motley, A. Langhorne 



85/07/01-630 Restricted Interagency Group 



86/04/07-210 Poindexter, John 



MICHEL, JAMES H. (Senior Deputy Assistant 
for Inter-American Affairs, DoS) 

85/08/20-151 Barnes, Rep. Michael: Letter 
to McFarlane 

86/03/00-800 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



85/12/09-401 Costa Rican Airstrip: North's 
Pictures 



MESSING, ANDREW, Jr. 
(Executive Director, National 
Defense Counci I) 

86/12/01-500 North Legal Defense Fund 



86/08/28-100 Meeting on Contra Support, 
86/08/28-110 8/28/86 



86/08/28-100 North, Oliver 
86/08/28-110 



MIAMI MEETING, 7/85 (or 6/28/85) 

85/06/28-350 Attendees 

85/07/01-010 Bermudez, Enrique 

85/07/01-010 Calero, Adolfo 



MILLER, JONATHAN (Until 6/87, Deputy 
Assistant to the President for 
Administration; Until 10/85, Deputy 
Coordinator of Office of Public 
Diplomacy for Latin America and the 
Caribbean, DoS) 

86/00/09-520 North, Oliver 



85/07/01-000 Generally 
85/07/01-039 
85/07/01-040 
85/07/01-045 



83/07/01-100 Office of Public Diplomacy 



85/03/00-100 Owen, Robert 



85/07/01-010 North, Oliver 



85/03/00-100 Traveler's Checks 



85/07/01-050 Poindexter, John 



83/07/01-100 White Propaganda Operation 



323 



Date 



Topic 



MILLER, RICHARD R. (President, 
International Business 
Communications) 

85/02/00-800 Calero, Adolf o 
85/10/00-040 



Date 



Topic 



84/01/00-005 McFarlane, Robert 
84/06/00-001 



84/01/00-010 North's Contra Activities 



139 



85/06/07-051 Fake Saudi Prince, The 
85/06/07-052 



85/04/30-800 Flow Chart 



MINISTRY OF DEFENSE, ISRAELI 
85/11/20-300 HAU< Transaction, 11/85 



85/02/00-800 Intel Corporation, Inc. 



85/08/01-410 Iran-Contra Report 

86/00/04-715 

86/03/27-420 



MODERATE IRANIANS (see IRANIANS: 
MODERATES OR PRAGMATICS OR OTHER 
GROUPS) 



85/03/16-097 McFarlane, Robert 
85/05/24-110 



85/11/01-420 Newington, Barbara 



85/04/30-800 North, Oliver 

85/06/07-051 

85/06/07-052 

85/09/18-100 

85/11/01-420 

86/03/28-135 



MOELLERING, JOHN (Former Assistant to the 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 
[Adm. Crowe]; Lt. Gen., U.S. Army, 
Ret.) 

86/06/21-630 Armitage, Richard 



85/12/09-401 Costa Rican Airstrip: North's 
Pictures 



86/03/27-400 O'Boyle, William 



86/06/21-630 Crowe, William 

86/06/21-632 

86/06/21-670 



MINING NICARAGUAN HARBORS 
84/06/00-001 Aftermath 

84/01/00-009 Bermudez, Enrique 

84/01/00-009 Calero, Adolfo 



84/01/00-005 Casey, William 
84/06/06-100 



86/08/28-100 Meeting on Contra Support, 
86/08/28-110 8/28/86 



86/08/28-110 North, Oliver 



MONIMBO (Ship) 

85/02/06-310 Altered Memo 
85/02/06-311 



84/03/27-190 Clarridge, Duane 

84/03/27-205 

84/03/27-206 



84/03/27-190 Country 6 
84/01/00-005 Goldwater, Barry 
84/01/00-005 Iran-Contra Report 



85/02/06-320 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



85/02/06-200 Generally 

85/02/06-300 

85/02/06-301 



85/02/06-310 Hall, Fawn 
85/02/06-311 



85/02/06-310 North, Oliver 



324 



140 



Date 

85/02/06-311 
85/02/06-320 



Topic 



85/02/06-100 North, Oliver: Memo, 2/6/85 

85/02/06-150 

85/02/06-320 



Date Topic 

86/12/01-340 Motley Clause 

84/12/21-215 Rodriguez, Felix 



84/05/25-100 Third-Country Funding for the 
Contras 



"MONSTER, THE" (see IRANIANS: 
CODE NAMES) 



MOOEY AT THE CHINESE MARKET 
85/09/16-100 Owen, Robert 



MAPIER, SHIRLEY (Administrative Assistant 
to Richard Second, STTGI) 

86/08/26-109 Bible 
86/10/29-100 



86/11/27-020 Corbin, Joan 



86/08/26-101 Dutton, Robert 
86/08/26-102 



MOREAU, ADM. ARTHUR 
(Assistant to the Chairman of the 
Joint Chiefs of Staff; Vice 
Admiral, U.S. Navy; Died 11/86) 

86/00/03-781 Diversion 



85/06/03-300 North, Oliver 

86/00/09-160 

86/00/09-600 



86/09/20-200 Dutton Photo Album 



86/03/26-005 Hakim, Albert 
86/10/29-100 



86/08/26-101 Hall, Fawn 
86/08/26-109 
86/08/26-110 
86/10/29-100 



85/04/00-610 North's Contra Funds 

86/11/04-300 North's Traveler's Checks 

86/00/03-781 Poindexter, John 

86/10/00-340 Steele, James 



86/08/26-109 KL-43s 

86/08/26-110 

86/08/26-210 



86/04/29-140 Miami Meeting, 4/86 



86/08/26-101 Money Delivery 
86/08/26-102 



85/01/10-100 McFarlane, Robert 



86/10/29-100 Second, Richard 



MOTLEY, AMBASSADOR A. LANGHORNE (Assistant 
Secretary of State for Inter-American 
Affairs, DoS, Until 5/85) 

84/11/07-500 Boland Amendment(s) 



84/11/07-500 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/11/19-600 Shredding at STTGI 

86/11/27-000 

86/11/27-020 

86/08/26-101 Southern Air Transport 
86/03/26-010 STTGI 



84/11/07-500 MIGs 



Date 



Topic 



NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE 
PRESERVATION OF LIBERTY (NEPL) 
(see also CHANNELL, CARL) 

86/04/29-300 Channell, Carl 



86/04/29-300 Conrad, Daniel 



325 



Date 

86/01/08-005 1/8/86 

86/01/09-005 1/9/86 

86/01/16-005 1/16/86 



Topic 



141 



85/04/30-800 Flow Chart 



86/04/15-150 Garwood, Ellen 
86/05/19-900 



85/08/01-405 I ran- Contra Report 
85/08/01-410 



86/03/27-400 O'Boyle, William 
86/04/29-300 



NATIONAL SECURITY ACT 

86/01/07-146 Congressional Notification 

86/01/15-305 

86/01/16-120 

86/01/16-122 



86/12/17-100 Cooper, Charles 



85/12/05-111 Finding, 12/5/85 



86/12/17-100 Iran Arms Transfers: Legality 



86/01/07-051 Iran Initiative 
86/01/07-146 



86/01/07-146 Heese, Edwin 
86/01/16-110 
86/01/16-122 
86/01/16-330 



85/01/18-100 NSDD 159 



86/00/07-258 Reporting Requirements 



86/01/16-122 Smith, William French 



NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL (NSC) 
AND NSC STAFF (see also NATIONAL SECURITY 
COUNCIL MEETING CHRONOLOGY) 

85/12/07-165 Alternative Proposals for 
Hostage Release 



85/08/16-150 Barnes Letter 



Boland Amendments 



84/10/03-100 
84/10/03-130 
84/10/03-540 
84/10/03-560 
84/10/03-570 
84/10/03-588 
85/08/16-423 
85/09/12-400 
86/00/09-242 
86/08/06-400 



86/05/00-590 Cabinet Officers: Not Wanting 
To Know Details of NSC Contra 
Activities 



Chronologies (see WHITE HOUSE 
CHRONOLOGIES) 



85/08/16-150 Congressional Inquiries 

85/08/16-151 

85/08/16-160 

85/08/16-431 

85/08/16-432 

85/08/16-433 

85/09/03-100 

86/08/06-220 



84/10/03-161 Contact with Contra Leadership 



84/11/23-100 Contra Activities 

84/12/04/006 

85/01/22-100 

85/03/05/225 

85/08/20-100 



85/09/04-070 Contra Funding 



NATIONAL SECURITY BRIEFINGS 
86/01/06-530 1/6/86 

86/01/07-005 1/7/86 



86/00/09-248 Contra Support Role 



86/00/09-247 Contra Support Role: "It 
evolved" 



326 



142 



Date 



Topic 



86/00/09-247 Contra Support Role: "there 
was a vacuum, and it was 
filled" 



Date 



Topic 



84/12/04-006 North, Oliver: "the mission- 
oriented, can-do professional 
on the staff" 



84/04/17-100 Country 1 

84/04/18-102 

84/04/20-100 

84/05/09-100 

84/05/11-100 

84/05/23-100 



84/11/28-140 Country 4 Solicitation 



84/10/03-161 Operational Role 
86/00/02-640 



84/10/03-161 Poindexter, John 

84/10/03-588 

86/00/02-640 

86/00/02-646 

86/11/25-564 



86/00/07-251 Covert Operations 

86/00/07-253 

86/00/07-254 



87/01/26-100 President Reagan 



86/00/02-646 Role 



85/12/05-040 Covert Operations: Operational 
Involvement 



86/00/02-640 "Their only loyalty is to the 
86/11/25-564 President." 



86/06/21-670 Crowe, Uilliam 
86/06/21-676 



87/01/26-100 Tower Report 



86/06/21-676 Defense Intelligence Agency 



86/10/05-200 Hasenfus Crash 



NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL (NSC) 
MEETING CHRONOLOGY 



86/06/21-676 Impact of Arms Transfers on 
I ran- Iraq War 



86/00/07-258 Intelligence Authorization Act 



86/01/06-530 Finding, 1/6/86 



86/01/17-110 Finding, 1/17/86 



85/09/12-410 Intelligence Oversight Board 
(lOB) 



86/01/07-005 National Security Briefing on 
Hostages, 1/7/86 



85/04/25-420 Iran-Contra Report 

85/08/16-160 

86/04/07-220 

86/04/07-230 

86/06/24-090 



86/01/08-005 National Security Briefing on 
Hostages, 1/8/86 



86/01/09-005 National Security Briefing on 
Hotages, 1/9/86 



85/12/07-760 Iran Initiative 



84/12/00-700 Ledeen, Michael 



84/10/03-161 Libya 



84/10/03/370 McFartane, Robert 
87/02/08-100 



86/01/16-005 National Security Briefing on 
Hostages, 1/16/86 



85/12/07-090 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



86/01/07-030 White House Meeting, 1/16/86 
86/01/16-190 



85/08/16-202 McFarlane's Responses to 

Congress: Too Categorical 



NATIONAL SECURITY DECISION 
DIRECTIVE (NSDD) 138 



85/04/25-420 Media Inquiries About Contra 
Activities 



84/01/00-030 Neutralizing Terrorists 



327 



143 



Date 



Topic 



NATIONAL SECURITY DECISION 
DIRECTIVE (NSDD) 159 

85/01/18-100 Findings 

85/01/18-100 Text on Covert Action Policy 



Date 

86/05/16-300 
86/05/16-301 
86/05/16-350 
86/05/16-351 
86/05/16-400 
86/05/16-444 
86/05/16-448 
86/06/00-110 
86/06/00-166 



Topic 



NATIONAL SECURITY DECISION 
DIRECTIVE (NSDD) ON IRAN -- DRAFT, 1985 

85/06/17-100 Definition 



85/06/17-000 Generally 
86/00/07-251 
86/00/07-253 
86/00/07-254 



86/11/21-020 11/24/86 Meeting: Iran 
86/11/24-150 Initiative 
86/11/24-155 
86/11/24-160 



86/11/25-015 11/25/86 Meeting: Diversion 
Announced 



86/05/16-301 President Reagan 



85/09/14-102 Poindexter, John 
86/10/08-535 



85/06/17-100 Qadhafi, Muammar 



NEAT IDEA: DIVERSION 
86/00/01-210 North on Diversion 



85/06/29-100 Shultz, George 

85/06/29-101 

86/01/17-220 



86/00/01-220 Poindexter on Diversion 
86/00/01-630 



85/06/17-100 Weinberger, Caspar 

85/08/06-500 

85/12/07-730 

85/12/07-732 

86/00/01-183 

86/01/07-155 

86/11/10-209 



NEPL (see NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE 
PRESERVATION OF LIBERTY) 



NATIONAL SECURITY PLANNING GROUP (NSPG) 

83/12/20-100 1/6/84 Meeting: Nicaraguan 
Covert Action Program 



NEUTRALITY ACT 

86/02/05-450 Dutton, Robert 

85/11/18-100 Gadd, Richard 



84/06/25-095 6/25/84 Meeting: "impeachable 
84/06/25-097 offense" 



84/06/25-095 6/25/84 Meeting: Third-Country 
84/06/25-100 Funding for Contras 
84/06/25-102 
84/06/25-103 

86/01/16-160 1/6/86 Meeting: List of 
Attendees 



86/00/04-703 5/16/86 Meeting: Third-Country 

86/05/02-530 Funding for the Contras 

86/05/15-103 

86/05/16-290 

86/05/16-291 

86/05/16-292 



85/08/22 - 300 Genera 1 1 y 



86/04/07-220 Iran-Contra Report 



85/11/18-100 Patton, Boggs & Blow Opinion 



85/11/18-100 Second, Richard 
86/05/08-100 



86/10/24-085 Southern Air Transport 



328 



144 



Date 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



NHAO (see NICARAGUAN HUMANITARIAN 
ASSISTANCE OFFICE) 



NICARAGUAN FREEDOM FUND, INC. 

85/03/16-090 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/16/85 



NICARAGUAN HARBORS, MINING (see 
MINING NICARAGUAN HARBORS) 



NICARAGUAN HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE 
OFFICE (NHAO) 

86/03/00-650 Ammunition 

85/09/21-600 Arcos, Cresencio (Chris) 

85/09/21-600 Baldivia, Evenor 

85/09/21-600 Calero, Adolph 



85/10/01-510 Central American Task Force 

85/12/15-171 Chief (C/CATF) 

86/02/01-293 

86/02/01-294 

86/03/00-800 



86/02/01-293 Conner Air 



86/10/18-150 Communications Equipment 



85/08/08-402 Criticisms 
85/08/08-420 



85/09/21-600 Cruz, Arturo 
85/09/21-600 Duemling, Robert 
85/08/29-500 Established 



86/02/01-293 Gadd, Richard 
86/02/01-294 



85/08/08-402 GAO Report 
85/08/08-400 Generally 



85/09/21-600 Institute for Democracy, Educa 
85/11/06-100 tion and Assistance (IDEA) 



86/10/18-150 Mixed Loads 



85/09/21-600 Owen, Robert 
85/11/06-100 



86/02/10-101 Owen, Robert: Memo, 2/10/86 
86/03/17-100 Owen, Robert: Memo, 3/17/86 
86/04/04-107 Poindexter, John 



85/08/08-401 Problems 
85/08/08-420 



86/03/00-800 Resupply Operation 
85/09/21-600 Robelo, Alfonso 
85/08/08-420 Shultz, George 



85/10/01-510 Transshipment Operation 

85/12/15-171 

86/02/01-293 

86/02/01-294 



NIDAL, ABU (see ABU NIDAL) 

* * * 

NIMRODI, YAACOV (Israeli Arms Merchant) 
86/10/24-401 Casey, William 

85/10/31-806 Diversion 

85/05/04-106 Farsi Speaker 

86/10/24-401 Furmark, Roy 

85/08/06-030 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 



85/05/04-106 Ledeen, Michael 

85/07/29-100 

85/07/29-101 

85/07/29-110 

85/07/29-111 

85/07/30-100 

85/09/04-500 

85/09/04-505 



329 



145 



Date Topic 

85/10/08-300 
85/10/08-305 
85/10/31-805 
85/10/31-806 
85/11/00-200 
85/12/07-743 
86/01/16-653 
86/01/24-650 
86/02/27-155 



85/12/06-000 London Meeting, 12/8/85 

85/12/08-200 

85/12/08-250 



85/12/09-086 North, Oliver 



Date 
86/12/13-100 



Topic 
Frankfurt Meeting, 12/86 



86/10/22-100 Geneva Meeting, 10/22/86 



86/10/08-302 
86/10/08-304 
86/10/08-310 
86/10/08-350 
86/10/08-380 
86/10/08-570 
86/10/08-703 



86/10/08-704 
86/10/08-870 



Hakim, Albert 



Hussein, President Saddam: 
Removal 



85/09/04-500 Paris Meeting, 9/4/85 
85/09/04-505 



85/12/01-000 Paris Meeting, 12/85 



85/11/26-851 Poindexter, John 

85/12/09-086 

86/01/16-290 

86/01/22-010 



86/10/08-307 Intelligence to Iran 



86/10/08-350 
86/10/08-524 
86/10/08-530 
86/10/08-531 
86/10/08-570 
86/10/08-704 
86/10/08-715 
86/10/10-300 



North, Oliver 



85/11/26-851 Profits 
86/01/16-653 



85/11/00-200 "Senior Iranian," Meeting with 



85/10/31-805 "Senior Iranian," Payments to 



85/05/04-106 Sharon, Ariel 



85/10/08-300 Washington Meeting, 10/8/85 
85/10/08-305 



9-POINT PLAN (also called the 
"Hakim Accords" during the Iran- 
Contra Hearings) 



86/10/08-870 



86/10/08-421 
86/10/08-524 
86/10/08-530 
86/10/08-531 
86/10/08-533 
86/10/08-535 
86/10/08-704 
86/10/08-715 
86/10/08-750 
86/10/08-870 



86/10/08-380 
86/10/08-421 
86/10/08-531 
86/10/08-533 
86/10/08-535 
86/10/08-700 
86/10/08-870 



Operative 
Poindexter, John 



President Reagan 



86/10/08-350 Agreement 



86/12/13-100 President Reagan Informed 



86/10/08-380 Approval 



86/10/08-421 Regan, Donald 



86/10/08-307 Dawa Prisoners 

86/10/08-421 

86/10/08-530 

86/10/08-531 

86/10/08-570 

86/10/08-703 

86/10/08-704 

86/10/08-870 



86/12/13-100 Dunbar, Charles 



86/10/08-200 
86/10/08-531 



86/10/08-700 
86/10/08-701 
86/10/08-702 
86/10/08-703 
86/10/08-715 
86/10/08-750 
86/10/08-800 



Secord, Richard 



Shultz, George 



330 



146 



Date 

86/12/13-063 
86/12/13-100 



86/10/08-307 Text 



Topic 



Date 

86/01/15-150 
86/01/16-653 
86/03/02-100 
86/04/07-290 
86/09/10-100 
86/11/23-515 



Topic 



NIR, AMIRAM (Former Adviser on 
Counterterrorism to Israeli Prime 
Minister Peres) 

86/10/17-100 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 



86/10/24-401 Casey, William 



86/10/24-401 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



86/03/07-200 CIA 



86/00/01-040 Diversion 
86/01/09-000 
86/04/07-290 
86/11/23-515 



86/02/18-400 Frankfurt Meeting, 2/86 



86/10/17-100 Furmark, Roy 
86/10/24-401 
86/10/24-402 
86/10/24-403 



86/10/17-100 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



86/10/24-402 HAWK Spare Parts: Pricing 



86/00/01-075 



86/04/07-300 



85/09/14-100 
85/09/14-101 
85/12/07-400 
86/01/02-030 
86/01/02-031 
86/01/02-032 
86/01/02-050 
86/01/02-051 
86/01/02-060 
86/01/02-065 
86/01/04-100 
86/01/04-110 
86/01/07-052 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/16-293 
86/09/10-100 
86/09/13-100 



86/10/24-403 
86/01/07-052 
86/01/02-032 



86/00/01-010 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/07-900 
86/03/28-500 
86/04/07-290 



Other Operations 
"Our Boss" PROF 
Poindexter, John 



Profits 

Proposal, 11/86 
Replacement TOWs 
Replenishment 



86/00/01-060 Iran Initiative 
86/01/17-286 



86/01/09-000 Joint Israeli -U.S. Operations 



86/02/27-200 Kish Island Meeting Proposal, 
2/86 



86/01/16-653 Ledeen, Michael 
86/02/27-155 



86/00/01-075 Residuals 



86/07/29-313 
86/08/08-500 
86/09/10-100 



86/05/24-001 
86/10/24-402 



Sequential Release of Hostages 



Tehran Trip, 5/86 



86/09/15-580 U.S. -Israeli Covert Operations 



86/01/22-000 London Meeting, 1/86 



86/05/06-300 London Meeting, 5/6/86 



86/01/02-065 North, Oliver 
86/01/07-900 



86/07/29-300 
86/07/29-301 
86/07/29-302 
86/08/29-310 
86/07/29-311 
86/07/29-312 
86/07/29-313 
86/07/29-314 
86/07/29-315 



Vice President Bush: Meeting, 
7/29/86 



331 



147 



Date Topic 

86/01/07-801 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 



NIXON, RICHARD M. (U.S. President, 
1968-74) 

86/11/13-011 President Reagan's Statement on 
the Iran Initiative, 11/13/86 



Date 

83/11/00-000 
84/09/21-400 
85/07/00-410 
86/00/09-500 
86/04/25-100 
86/05/02-508 
86/05/15-108 
86/06/00-150 
86/08/28-110 
86/09/05-250 
86/10/14-301 



Topic 



Abrams, Elliott 



NOBEL PRIZE 

86/09/20-050 North, Oliver 

86/09/20-050 President Reagan 

86/09/19-015 Second Channel 



NON-LOG DOCUMENTS 

85/08/16-270 North, Oliver 
85/08/16-290 



86/04/28-100 Abu Nidal 
86/04/28-110 
86/04/28-250 
86/04/28-255 



86/00/09-244 Access to the President 



ACE (see Amalgamated 
Consolidated Enterprise) 



85/10/07-053 Achille Lauro 

86/01/12-115 

86/04/14-200 

86/11/21-181 



84/10/03-161 Action Officer on Central America 



86/10/14-405 "Administration's point man for 
rallying and directing private 
aid to the resistance forces" 



NORTH, BETSY (Spouse of Oliver North) 
86/09/27-100 Cohen, Harold G. 



86/10/10-100 Lewis, David 
86/10/10-130 



86/03/01-175 Philadelphia Trip 

86/03/06-150 

86/06/01-140 

86/09/27-100 



86/05/23-105 Agreement To Produce All the 
Hostages 



86/04/29-314 Alamo Proposal 



85/09/00-040 Allen, Charles 

85/09/00-050 

85/09/04-506 



86/03/01-175 Zucker, Uillard 

86/03/06-150 

86/06/04-150 

86/09/27-100 



NORTH, LT. COL. OLIVER L. (Deputy 
Director, Political-Military 
Affairs, NSC, Until 11/25/86) 

86/01/12-110 Aaron 



86/11/21-910 "Above the written law" 



84/12/04-100 
85/02/06-310 
85/02/06-311 
85/03/05-215 
85/03/05-216 
85/03/16-100 
85/04/11-230 
85/05/31-100 
85/08/16-200 
85/08/16-202 
85/08/16-203 
85/08/16-210 
85/08/16-230 
85/08/16-290 
85/09/30-100 
86/11/21-600 
86/11/21-610 
86/11/21-613 
86/11/21-615 



Altered Documents 



332 



148 



Date Topic 

86/11/21-620 
86/11/21-630 
86/11/21-660 



Date Topic 

86/00/20-030 
86/00/20-040 



85/11/15-100 Amalgamated Consolidated 
85/11/20-050 Enterprise (ACE) 



86/06/06-100 American Bar Association (ABA) 
Proposal 



86/11/25-480 "American hero" 



86/09/25-200 Baksheesh 
86/09/25-201 



86/10/08-400 "Bald-faced lie told to the 
Iranians" 



85/10/31-806 Bank Account for Iranian 
Officials 



86/09/05-247 Arias Sanchez, President Oscar: 
whether North called him 



86/08/28-100 
86/08/28-110 



85/12/01-150 
85/04/25-200 
85/10/08-306 



85/12/15-300 
85/12/15-310 



Armitage, Richard 



Arms for Hostages 



Arms Prices 



Ashgari 



Assassination Proposal 



85/08/16-150 Barnes, Rep. Michael: Letter 

85/08/16-200 to McFarlane 

85/08/20-151 

85/09/12-200 



86/00/01-100 Bathroom Bribe (see also BATHROOM 
BRIBE) 



86/00/01-010 Bathroom Proposal (see also BATHROOM 
86/00/01-011 PROPOSAL) 



86/08/28-120 "Battle Royal" Meeting on 
86/08/28-121 Contra Support 



85/03/00-300 Bermudez-Singlaub Weapons List 



86/11/21-455 Attorney General's 
86/11/21-475 Investigation, 11/21-11/25/86 
(see also Heese, Edwin) 



85/04/00-100 Bermudez-Singlaub-North Weapons 

85/06/20-000 List 

85/06/25-200 



86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-414 
86/11/25-420 
86/11/25-421 
86/11/25-465 



Attorney General's Press 
Conference, 11/25/86 



86/06/11-103 Bethesda PROF 



BG (see "Blood and Guts") 



85/08/16-270 
85/09/02-400 
85/11/26-090 
86/00/02-710 
86/00/02-790 
86/00/02-810 
86/00/02-946 
86/00/04-708 
86/00/09-155 
86/00/80-100 
86/08/06-100 
86/08/06-101 
86/09/15-550 
86/10/08-570 
86/11/21-120 
86/11/21-181 
86/11/21-720 
86/11/23-105 
86/11/25-520 
86/11/25-750 
87/03/19-100 



Authorization, Generally 



86/10/02-100 Bible, Inscribed 



85/08/25-100 "Blood and Guts" 

86/02/10-100 

86/02/27-090 

86/03/17-100 

86/03/17-101 



85/04/25-230 Blowpipes 

85/06/01-201 

86/02/27-300 

86/02/27-301 

86/02/27-302 

86/03/28-130 

86/04/04-450 

86/06/10-090 



84/10/03-140 Body and Soul Instructions 
84/10/03-150 



86/00/03-780 Ayatollah's Money Joke 



333 



149 



Date 



84/10/03-600 



84/10/03-324 
84/10/03-328 
84/10/03-440 
84/10/03-460 
84/10/03-780 
85/03/05-500 
86/00/09-242 
86/00/20-205 
86/07/21-126 
86/07/21-127 
86/12/10-005 



Topic 

Boland Amendments (see also 
BOLAND AMENDMENT [S] ) 



Boland II 



•- generally 



Date 

85/04/00-616 
85/04/01-200 
85/04/11-220 
85/07/01-010 
85/10/00-040 
85/11/22-800 
86/03/26-100 
86/04/10-230 
86/08/28-100 
86/11/04-300 



84/05/00-702 
84/05/00-703 



84/07/00-080 
85/02/00-800 



Topic 



Calero's Bank Account Number 



Calero's Bank Deposits 



84/10/03-600 



parameters 



84/05/00-072 



Calero's "liaison with the 
United States Government" 



86/11/21-452 



86/05/16-450 
86/06/00-150 
86/06/00-160 
86/06/00-400 
86/06/00-430 
86/06/00-435 



Brings His Notebooks to 
Poindexter, 11/21/86 



Brunei 



86/04/04-105 
86/11/21-116 
86/11/23-512 
86/11/24-170 



Call to Poindexter, 11/23/86 



85/11/20-050 Cannistraro, Vincent 



86/04/28-225 Car Damaged 



85/04/01-710 Buffoon, the Old 



85/10/00-200 Burn Notice on Ghorbanifar 



86/05/20-000 
86/05/20-050 
86/05/20-110 
86/05/20-190 
86/05/20-750 



84/05/00-072 
84/05/00-073 
84/06/25-097 
84/07/00-070 
84/07/00-080 
84/07/00-101 
84/07/00-500 
84/07/00-600 
84/11/07-275 
84/11/07-330 
84/11/07-501 
84/12/04-001 
84/12/04-002 
84/12/04-003 
84/12/04-008 
85/02/00-800 
85/02/06-150 
85/02/06-320 
85/02/15-000 
85/02/15-001 
85/02/15-008 
85/02/15-009 
85/03/05-200 
85/03/21-050 
85/04/00-607 



Button Account 



Calero, Adolfo 



84/03/27-195 
84/07/00-120 
84/10/03-580 
84/11/07-277 
84/11/07-330 
84/11/07-510 
85/03/06-165 
85/04/00-616 
85/05/24-110 
86/00/03-690 
86/00/04-550 
86/00/09-280 
86/00/09-410 
86/00/09-415 
86/00/09-811 
86/00/09-812 
86/00/60-145 
86/00/60-200 
86/01/15-140 
86/01/17-075 
86/01/17-090 
86/01/17-613 
86/04/07-259 
86/05/02-508 
86/05/15-108 
86/05/15-385 
86/05/23-110 
86/07/25-217 
86/09/03-100 
86/09/13-100 
86/09/15-510 
86/09/19-020 
86/10/08-900 
86/10/11-100 
86/10/11-120 



Casey, William 



334 



150 



Date 

86/11/22-400 
86/11/23-370 
86/12/10-210 



86/12/10-210 



84/07/00-112 



86/11/20-500 
86/11/20-520 
86/11/20-531 
86/11/20-536 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-087 
86/11/25-561 



Topic 



Casey, William: HFAC Testimony, 
12/10/86, on North as Scapegoat 



Casey, William: Suggests 
Second 



Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



Date 

86/00/60-145 
86/02/01-294 
86/03/00-800 
86/03/15-100 
86/03/15-101 
86/04/07-215 
86/04/10-120 
86/05/02-700 
86/07/15-240 
86/08/28-120 
86/08/28-121 
86/09/05-247 
86/10/14-402 
86/10/14-405 
86/12/09-300 



86/09/05-247 



Topic 



C/CATF on North: 
bombast" 



"full of 



86/00/03-717 
86/00/60-100 
86/00/60-115 
86/00/60-120 
86/00/60-130 
86/00/60-145 
86/00/60-150 
86/00/60-200 
86/11/23-380 



Casey's Relationship with North 



86/09/05-247 



C/CATF on North: "I always 
wondered how a non- Spanish 
speaker got through to 
Spanish-speaking people 
only" 



85/12/15-170 Central American Trip, 12/85 
85/12/15-171 



85/04/00-610 Cash, Sources of 



85/04/00-618 
86/00/09-195 



84/08/00-100 
86/00/09-190 
86/03/00-400 
86/04/10-095 
86/04/12-100 
86/06/16-300 



86/03/10-200 
86/04/03-100 
86/09/08-100 



84/11/23-150 



Cash to Contra Leaders 



Castillo, Tomas 



Cave, George 



Central American Policy 
Objectives 



85/06/03-300 CIA 

86/00/09-250 

86/00/09-430 

86/00/09-811 

86/00-09-812 

86/09/02-100 

86/10/09-100 



87/07/07-200 Centurion Metaphor 



85/03/16-097 
85/09/02-175 
85/09/02-400 
85/09/02-403 
85/12/04-154 
86/03/27-400 
86/03/28-120 
86/04/01-430 
86/04/29-300 



Channell, Carl 



84/10/03-855 
84/11/07-500 
84/11/07-501 
84/11/07-510 
85/02/06-320 
85/02/15-010 
85/03/05-500 
85/03/05-501 
85/03/07-100 
85/03/21-050 
85/03/21-051 
85/07/01-210 
85/07/01-650 
85/12/09-401 
85/12/15-170 
86/00/09-435 



Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/09/19-015 Chou En Lai 



84/03/27-195 
84/06/25 097 
85/11/21-305 
85/11/23-222 
85/11/23-223 
85/12/04-005 
86/00/09-811 



"Clarifying Who Said What to 
Whom" Memo (see Memo, 11/7/84) 



Clarridge, Duane 



335 



151 



Date Topic 

86/00/09-812 
86/01/17-090 
86/05/22-100 



86/05/02-700 dines, Thomas 



86/01/07-900 
86/01/12-110 
86/01/12-115 



Codes, Secret 



86/06/11-103 Combat Injuries 



85/09/21-100 Concern About Hostages 



86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-561 
86/11/25-562 
86/11/25-563 



Conflicts with Poindexter's 
Hearing Testimony 



86/12/16-100 Congressional Immunity 



Congressional Inquiries (see 
also Resolution of Inquiry) 



85/03/05-225 
85/08/16-200 
85/08/16-201 
85/08/16-203 
85/08/16-400 
85/08/16-420 
85/08/16-430 
85/08/16-431 
85/08/16-434 
85/09/12-110 
85/09/12-111 
85/09/30-100 
85/09/30-101 
85/09/30-102 
86/05/16-440 
86/07/21-110 
86/08/06-220 
86/08/06-221 
86/12/10-006 



85/08/16-204 Congressional Inquiries: North 
Drafts Responses 



85/08/16-202 Congressioni Inquiries: North 
Drafts Responses "too categor- 
ically" 



86/04/14-200 Congressional Leaks 



85/12/05-010 Congressional Notification 

86/01/07-900 

86/01/15-300 



86/11/21-728 Constitution, the U.S. 



Contra Activities 
84/10/03-221 -- authorization 



Date 

84/10/03-225 
84/10/03-235 
84/11/15-170 
85/08/16-270 
86/00/07-263 
86/00/07-265 
86/00/09-100 
86/00/09-105 
86/00/09-110 
86/00/09-155 



86/05/00-590 



85/08/16-270 



84/01/00-010 
84/12/04-001 
84/12/04-002 
84/12/04-003 
84/12/04-005 
84/12/04-006 
85/01/00-010 
84/07/00-168 
84/09/02-150 
84/09/02-151 
84/10/03-100 
84/10/03-142 
84/10/03-160 
84/10/03-175 
84/10/03-221 
84/10/03-225 
84/10/03-230 
84/10/03-440 
84/10/03-460 
84/10/03-500 
84/10/03-580 
84/10/03-600 
84/11/07-280 
84/11/07-275 
84/11/07-300 
84/11/15-100 
84/11/15-140 
84/11/15-150 
84/11/15-160 
84/11/28-100 
84/12/04-005 
84/12/04-010 
84/12/04-011 
85/02/06-150 
85/02/07-101 
85/03/01-200 
85/03/05-200 
85/03/05-210 
85/03/16-090 
85/04/11-265 
85/05/31-090 
85/06/07-005 
85/06/21-000 
85/08/16-270 
85/12/04-152 
86/02/27-090 
86/02/27-300 
86/03/17-100 
86/03/17-101 
86/05/15-412 
86/05/16-601 
86/06/00-500 
86/07/15-250 



Topic 



"common knowledge" 

documentation 

generally 



336 



152 



Date 
86/11/21-181 



Topic 
legality 



Date 
85/05/31-100 



Topic 



5/31/85 



86/02/27-301 
86/02/27-302 
86/04/21-201 
86/04/21-202 
86/12/08-309 
86/12/10-005 
86/12/10-006 



84/10/03-140 
84/10/03-160 
84/10/03-800 



86/10/14-405 



86/00/09-150 
86/00/09-180 
86/00/09-181 



87/07/10-400 
87/07/10-410 



McFarlane, Robert 



86/00/09-248 Contras: Keeping Them Alive 



role 



role: "it was no secret 
in Washington 



who knew 



Contra Aid Speech 



85/04/01-200 Contra Aid Vote, 4/85 



85/03/16-090 
85/03/16-095 
85/03/16-096 
85/03/16-097 
85/03/16-100 
85/03/21-500 



84/02/07-100 
84/07/02-000 
85/01/15-100 
85/02/15-001 
85/03/16-090 
85/03/20-100 
85/04/11-200 
85/04/11-205 
85/04/11-210 
85/04/11-277 
86/04/21-200 
86/04/21-300 
86/04/21-350 
86/04/21-360 
86/05/16-443 
86/05/16-460 
86/05/16-461 
86/05/16-470 



86/05/16-440 
86/05/16-441 
86/05/16-444 
86/05/16-448 
86/05/16-450 
86/05/16-451 
86/05/16-460 



Contra Fall -Back Plan Memo, 
3/16/85 



Contra Funding 



Contra Funding PROF, 5/16/86 



85/06/18-500 
85/06/18-510 



85/07/25-250 
85/08/22-220 
85/08/25-100 
85/09/21-200 
85/10/01-300 
85/10/01-400 
85/10/01-500 
85/12/09-050 
85/12/09-051 
85/12/09-060 
85/12/09-300 
86/00/09-196 
86/00/09-435 
86/01/01-500 
86/04/10-230 
86/09/03-400 



86/09/25-100 
86/09/30-100 



86/06/01-200 



Coors, Joseph 



Costa Rican Airstrip 



Costa Rican Airstrip: Exposure 



Costa Rican Airstrip: 
Munitions Plane Stuck in the 
Mud 



85/12/09-401 Costa Rican Airstrip: Pictures 



86/09/05-200 
86/09/05-201 
86/09/05-230 
86/09/05-238 
86/09/05-239 
86/09/05-240 
86/09/05-241 
86/09/05-245 
86/09/05-247 
86/09/05-250 



84/05/00-200 
84/05/00-500 
84/06/05-097 
85/03/16-095 
85/03/16096 
85/04/11-206 



85/02/07-100 
85/06/30-100 
85/06/30-101 
85/08/00-000 
85/08/00-010 
85/09/00-100 
85/09/00-110 
85/09/00-120 
85/10/00-000 



Costa Rican Airstrip Press 
Conference 



Country 2 



Country 3 



85/02/15-001 Contra Military Activities 



85/05/31-090 Contra Near-Term Outlook Memo, 



337 



153 



Date Topi c 

84/11/28-100 Country U 

84/12/04-010 

84/12/04-011 

84/12/04-100 

86/00/09-110 



85/02/07-100 Country 5 
85/06/21-000 



84/03/27-195 Country 6 



86/10/05-180 Covert Operations 
86/10/05-181 



86/05/23-924 Coy, Craig 

86/05/23-925 

86/05/23-926 

86/07/15-250 

86/10/06-140 



86/11/07-330 
86/11/07-331 
86/11/25-465 
86/11/25-544 
86/11/25-545 



86/11/20-664 
86/11/23-430 
86/11/23-431 
86/11/23-432 



Credibi I i ty 



85/10/31-800 Credit Suisse Account 
85/10/31-806 



Criminal Investigation 



86/11/21-530 
86/11/21-730 
86/11/21-780 
86/11/24-010 
86/11/25-120 
86/11/25-416 
87/07/07-200 



86/10/05-210 Criminal Prosecution, Victim of 



85/03/16-090 "current donors" 

85/03/16095 

85/03/16-096 

85/04/11-200 

85/04/11-206 

85/08/16-202 



Current Donors Memo, 4/11/85 (see 
Memo, 4/11/85) 



86/10/11-112 Damage Control Plan 



86/10/05-180 Dangerous World 



Date 

86/05/27-070 
86/10/08-500 
86/10/08-526 
86/10/08-527 
86/10/08-580 
86/10/08-715 
86/11/11-300 



85/09/25-300 
86/11/24-010 



84/10/03-810 
86/10/05-210 
86/11/24-420 



86/00/09-600 
86/00/09-520 



86/11/21-780 
86/11/24-800 



86/09/15-514 
86/11/21-444 
86/11/21-452 
86/11/21-455 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-580 
86/11/21-581 
86/11/21-720 
86/11/21-730 
86/11/22-070 
86/11/23-352 
86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-561 



84/11/07-277 
84/11/07-300 
84/11/07-330 
86/00/03-690 
86/00/09-250 



86/11/21-120 
86/11/25-012 
86/11/25-210 
86/11/25-308 
86/11/25-313 
86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-330 
86/11/25-335 
86/11/25-336 
86/11/25-338 
86/11/25-339 
86/11/25-400 
86/11/25-407 
86/11/25-410 
86/11/25-430 
86/11/25-460 
86/11/25-465 
86/11/25-520 



Topic 



Dawa Prisoners 



Delamico, Mario 
Deniabi I i ty 
Deniable Link 

Department of Defense 
Department of State 



Departure from the NSC (see 
also Dismissal ) 



Destroyed Documents (see also 
Shredding Documents) 



Discretion 



Dismissal from the NSC Staff (see 
also Departure from the NSC) 



86/11/21-180 Dismissal Rumors 



338 



154 



Date 



Topic 



85/12/06 

85/12/06 

85/12/06 

86/00/02 

86/00/02 

86/00/02 

86/00/02 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/04- 

86/00/04- 

86/01/09- 

86/01/15- 

86/01/16- 

86/01/16 

86/01/17 

86/01/22 

86/02/27 

86/03/28 

86/04/07- 

86/05/24- 

86/05/29- 

86/05/29- 

86/09/15- 

86/09/15- 

86/09/15- 

86/09/15 

86/11/18 

86/11/18 

86/11/21 

86/11/21 

86/11/21 

86/11/21 

86/11/23 

86/11/23 

86/11/23 

86/11/23 

86/11/23 

86/11/23 

86/11/23 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23- 

86/11/23 

86/11/24 

86/11/25 

86/11/25 

86/11/25- 

86/11/25- 

86/11/25- 



798 
800 
801 
510 
515 
520 
523 
629 
650 
■710 
■720 
•780 
■810 
•965 
■708 
-720 
-000 
-140 
-292 
-293 
315 
140 
330 
■500 
290 
■001 
-011 
-013 
-510 
-511 
-513 
-514 
■177 
-650 
-115 
■116 
■120 
-512 
■100 
-105 
392 
393 
394 
395 
396 
397 
430 
515 
187 
132 
560 
561 
563 
750 



Diversion 



86/00/03-100 
86/00/04-100 
86/00/04-120 
86/00/04-130 
86/00/04-131 
86/00/04-140 
86/00/04-200 
86/00/04-301 
86/00/04-500 
86/00/04-501 
86/00/04-503 
86/00/04-550 
86/00/04-702 
86/04/04-105 
86/04/04-106 
86/09/15-510 
86/10/02-100 



Diversion Memo(s) 



Date 

86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-515 
86/11/21-720 
86/11/23-100 
86/11/23-105 
86/11/23-390 
86/11/23-391 
86/11/23-392 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-398 
86/11/23-399 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/23-510 
86/11/23-512 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-563 
86/11/25-750 



86/11/23-300 
86/11/23-350 
86/11/23-352 
86/11/23-360 



86/11/23-300 
86/11/23-352 
86/11/23-400 



Topic 



Diversion Memo Confrontation 



Diversion Memo Cover Memo 



86/04/04-010 Diversion Memo: Text 
86/04/04-011 



86/04/07-309 Diversion: Nothing in Writing 
86/10/05-305 



86/00/03-100 Diversions, Other 

86/00/03-170 

86/09/15-500 

86/09/15-520 

86/09/15-560 

86/09/15-570 

86/10/02-100 



86/00/03-717 "dropped names a lot" 



85/06/07-051 DEA Agents 
85/06/07-052 



85/06/07-012 DEA Hostage-Rescue Operation 

85/06/07-013 

86/05/24-001 

86/09/15-513 



86/04/07-215 Drugs and Contras 
86/04/07-259 



86/09/20-200 Dutton Photo Album 

86/09/20-250 

86/09/20-260 

86/09/20-270 



86/06/00-500 Dutton, Robert 
86/07/01-400 



339 



155 



Date 

86/07/15-100 
86/09/09-200 
86/10/07-100 



86/05/22-100 
86/08/06-200 
86/11/24-007 
86/11/25-124 
86/11/25-130 
86/11/25-536 
86/11/25-537 
86/11/25-540 
86/11/25-544 
86/11/25-545 



Topic 



Earl, Robert 



Date 

86/11/25-434 
86/11/25-561 



Topic 



86/00/60-100 Father's Death 



85/06/07-052 FBI Investigation of the Fake 
Saudi Prince 



85/06/07-051 FBI Name Checks 



85/04/11-220 FDN Expenditures and Outlays 



84/12/04-001 
84/12/04-005 
84/12/04-007 
85/03/05-200 
85/03/05-210 
85/03/05-215 
85/03/05-216 
85/03/05-220 
85/03/05-225 
85/03/05-226 
85/03/05-227 
85/09/12-111 
86/02/27-301 



End-User Certificates 



85/04/11-200 FDN Military Operations, 1985 



85/12/09-080 "fifth option" 



85/11/20-350 Finding, 12/5/85 

85/11/26-400 

85/11/26-420 

85/11/26-421 

85/11/26-500 

85/12/05-113 

85/12/05-500 

85/12/05-700 



85/03/05-200 Energy Resources 



86/04/21-200 
86/05/14-300 
86/05/15-385 
86/05/15-390 
86/05/15-405 
86/05/15-410 
86/05/15-411 
86/05/15-412 
86/05/15-450 
86/09/12-900 



86/11/21-530 
86/11/21-720 



Erria (see also ERRIA) 



"Fact-finding inquiry by the 
friend of the President" 



85/12/07-400 Findings, 12/85-1/86 
85/12/07-401 



86/01/06-500 Findings, 1/86: Generally 
86/01/07-050 



86/01/03-100 Finding, 1/3/86: North Draft 
86/01/05-200 



86/01/17-200 Finding, 1/17/86: Cover Memo 



86/03/07-050 First Channel: Flaws 



85/05/24-110 
85/06/07-051 



Fake Saudi Prince, The 



86/00/80-100 Following Orders 



84/03/21-100 
84/10/03-800 
84/10/03-810 
86/08/06-110 
86/11/21-154 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-730 
86/11/21-740 
86/11/21-780 
86/11/21-795 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/24-000 
86/11/24-010 
86/11/25-124 
86/11/25130 
86/11/25-132 
86/11/25-140 
86/11/25-330 



Fall Guy Plan (see also 
Scapegoat and Political 
Scapegoat) 



86/02/18-400 Frankfurt Meeting, 2/86 

86/02/27-151 

86/04/16-090 



86/07/29-200 Frankfurt Meeting, 7/86 



86/10/02-090 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 

86/10/08-200 

86/10/08-524 

86/10/08-526 

86/10/08-527 



85/03/04-100 Fraser, Edie 



82-742 0-88—12 



340 



Date 

86/07/29-310 
86/07/29-311 
86/07/29-313 
86/07/29-314 



84/09/02-155 
85/03/16-097 
85/08/16-201 
85/08/16-202 
85/09/02-400 
86/00/09-630 



86/00/04-200 
86/00/09-812 



85/11/15-100 
86/03/00-650 
86/03/00-800 



86/04/01-400 
86/04/01-430 



Topic 
Fuller, Craig 



Fund-Raising 



Furmark- Casey Discussion 
(see also FURMARK, ROY) 



Gadd, Richard 



Garwood, Ellen 



156 



Date Topic 

85/12/01-150 
85/12/09-080 
85/12/09-086 
85/12/15-310 
86/00/01-010 
86/00/01-011 
86/00/01-012 
86/00/01-050 
86/00/01-070 
86/00/01-075 
86/00/01-100 
86/00/01-210 
86/01/11-111 
86/01/11-130 
86/01/13-105 
86/03/10-200 
86/04/03-100 
86/04/03-150 
86/05/24-704 
86/07/29-200 
86/07/29-201 
86/08/08-500 
86/09/02-100 



85/12/09-085 Ghorbanifar-Schwimmer Plan 



86/00/09-812 Gates, Robert 



86/10/22-100 Geneva Meeting, 10/22/86 



86/01/11-130 



Ghorbanifar's Claims of Access 
to Vice President Bush 



86/11/08-700 Geneva Meeting, 11/86 



84/07/00-120 
84/10/03-860 
84/11/07-510 
85/09/00-040 
85/09/00-050 
85/10/00-200 
85/11/23-227 
86/00/09-434 
86/00/09-435 
86/00/09-812 
86/00/60-150 
86/01/11-111 
86/05/15-450 
86/05/22-100 
86/05/23-110 
86/07/15-230 
86/10/05-181 
86/10/14-300 
86/10/14-301 
86/10/14-350 
86/10/14-405 
86/11/20-664 
86/11/25-140 



George, Clair 



86/01/09-150 



86/05/16-290 



Godson, Roy 
"good draftsman" 



86/11/25-530 "Good Marine" 



86/04/03-100 
86/04/10-101 
86/11/01-150 



Goode, Mr. 



84/11/07-501 Gorman, Paul 



85/09/20-090 
85/09/20-100 
85/11/01-420 



86/11/24-500 
86/11/24-510 
86/11/25-650 
86/11/25-660 



Green, Mr. 



Green, Tom 



86/00/60-200 



George, Clair: North's 
"harebrained schemes and 
good schemes" 



85/09/10-100 
86/08/08-258 
86/08/08-275 



Gregg, Donald 



86/11/21-542 Get a Lawyer 



86/12/11-420 



"Grossest Hisjudgment" of His 
Life 



85/09/04-506 
85/10/00-200 
85/10/08-300 
85/10/08-306 
85/11/20-299 



Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



85/04/25-232 
85/10/01-300 
86/02/18-400 
86/02/24-200 



Hakim, Albert 



341 



157 



Date 

86/02/24-205 
86/02/27-105 
86/03/02-100 
86/05/20-000 
86/05/20-050 
86/05/20-110 
86/05/20-180 
86/05/20-750 
86/06/01-140 
86/09/25-200 
86/09/25-201 
86/10/08-560 
86/10/08-380 
86/11/25-124 
87/07/10-100 
87/07/10-110 



86/03/05-200 
86/03/05-240 



Topic 



Hakim's Will 



Date 

85/11/21-087 
85/11/21-305 
85/11/21-347 
85/11/22-800 
85/11/23-222 
85/11/23-227 
85/11/23-431 
85/11/25-705 
85/11/25-706 
85/11/26-051 
85/12/04-005 
86/11/18-162 
86/11/18-164 
86/11/20-130 
86/11/20-300 
86/11/20-500 
86/11/21-095 
86/11/21-180 
86/11/21-335 
86/11/21-336 
86/11/23-391 



Topic 



84/12/04-100 
85/02/06-310 
85/02/06-311 
85/03/05-215 
85/03/05-216 
85/03/16-100 
85/04/11-230 
85/05/31-100 
86/11/21-620 
86/11/21-680 
86/11/25-210 
86/11/25-650 
86/11/25-660 
86/11/25-670 



85/08/16-200 



Hall, Fawn 



Hamilton, Lee: 
McFarlane 



Letter to 



85/12/15-000 



86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-561 
86/11/25-562 
86/11/25-563 



84/07/00-070 
84/09/02-150 
84/09/02-151 
84/09/02-155 
84/09/02-160 
84/09/02-161 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85: 
$1 Mi Uion Deposit to 
Lake Resources 



Hearing Testimony: Conflicts 
with Poindexter's Testimony 



Hel icopter 



86/00/60-200 Harebrained Schemes 



86/10/05-180 
86/10/05-190 
86/10/05-200 
86/10/05-220 
86/10/06-140 
86/10/14-300 



Hasenfus Crash 



86/11/25-480 Hero 
86/11/26-500 
86/11/26-510 
88/03/25-100 



87/07/07-200 Heroism 



85/06/07-012 Hickey, Edward 



85/11/25-705 



85/08/06-029 
85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/11/17-100 
85/11/17-120 
85/11/18-402 
85/11/19-105 
85/11/20-299 
85/11/20-301 
85/11/20-305 
85/11/20-330 
85/11/20-544 



Haskell, William (see Olmstead, 
Jack or Robert) 



HAWK Missiles: 
Holds 



How Many a 707 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



84/07/00-070 
84/11/07-275 
84/11/07-280 
84/11/07-400 
84/11/07-500 
84/11/07-501 
84/12/04-001 
84/12/04-003 
84/12/04-008 



86/01/22-200 
86/02/13-100 



86/10/08-520 
86/05/24-800 



HINDS 



Hizballah Prisoners: Release 
Proposed 



Homeless in Iran, the 



Hostage Negotiations 



342 



158 



Date Topic 

86/04/16-120 Hostage Release Plan 

86/09/02-100 Hostage Release Proposals 



85/12/04-008 Hostage to the Hostages, U.S. 
85/12/09-151 As 



85/09/21-100 Hostages Returned by Christmas 
85/09/21-150 



86/10/08-370 Hostages Returned by Elections 
86/10/08-390 



86/01/27-400 Hostages Returned by Presi- 
dent's State of the Union 
Address 



85/04/00-607 Hostages, U.S. 



84/10/03-810 Hot Rock 

86/10/05-210 

86/11/21-420 



86/06/24-090 HPSCI Meeting, 8/86 

86/08/06-045 

86/08/06-227 



Date Topic 

84/11/15-140 
84/11/15-160 
84/11/15-170 
85/02/06-320 
85/02/15-008 
85/03/05-500 



86/10/02-090 Intelligence to Iran 
86/10/08-305 



85/03/21-050 "interface . 
donors" 



. between 



House Resolution of Inquiry 
(see Resolution of Inquiry) 



85/04/25-420 Iran-Contra Report 

85/08/01-410 

85/08/01-420 

85/08/16-160 

86/06/21-900 

86/06/24-090 

86/09/05-195 



85/09/04-506 Iran Initiative and Iran Arms 

85/12/04-003 Transactions 

85/12/04-004 

85/12/07-103 

86/01/17-090 

86/02/27-151 

86/09/08-100 



86/11/07-300 Iran Initiative Disclosed 



86/01/17-075 Iran Initiative: Operational 
Control 



86/03/17-101 Hull, John 



86/10/08-500 Hussein, President Saddam: 
86/10/08-520 Removal Proposed 
86/10/08-526 



86/10/08-380 Hustling 



86/11/25-750 "I missed one" 



Iran Initiative Options, 
12/9/85 (North Memo) (see 
Memo, 12/9/85) 



86/01/17-620 Iran Initiative Profits 



85/12/09-083 I ran -Iraq War 

86/09/20-050 

86/09/22-050 



86/04/20-220 Ilopango 



84/06/25-097 "impeachable offense" 



86/11/25-536 Important That the President 
86/11/25-540 Not Know 



85/09/12-420 Intelligence Oversight Board 
(lOB) Opinion 



84/07/00-070 Intelligence-Passing to the 

84/10/03-855 Contras 

84/11/07-500 

84/11/07-501 

84/11/15-100 



85/08/06-030 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985: 
Role (see also TOW 
Transactions, Summer 1985) 



86/10/08-520 Iran, U.S. Defense of 



86/09/15-500 Israel, "Joint Initiative" 



86/09/12-900 Israeli -Captured Arms for 

86/09/13-100 Contras 

86/09/15-501 



86/11/22-031 Israeli Contact, 11/22/86 



343 



159 



Date Topic 

86/11/23-515 Israeli Cover for Diversion 



Date 

86/02/00-040 
86/08/26-310 



Topic 



85/11/18-402 Israeli Deposit of $1 Million, 
11/85 



86/00/03-170 Israeli Operations 

86/09/15-520 

86/09/15-560 

86/09/15-570 



86/11/23-420 Israeli Role in Iran Initiative 



86/11/01-100 Jacobsen, David: Release 
86/11/01-150 



86/07/29-310 Jenco, Lawrence: Release 



86/01/12-115 
86/01/13-105 
85/10/08-306 



85/06/21-090 
85/11/22-800 
86/06/00-400 
86/09/25-200 



85/11/18-400 
85/11/18-402 
85/11/20-010 



Klinghoffer, Leon 

Koch, Noel 

Krayless 

Lake Resources 



Lake Resources, $1 Million 
Deposit, 11/85 



86/01/09-000 Joint Israeli -U.S. Operations 



Jokes 



86/00/03-780 
86/00/20-030 
86/00/20-040 



86/00/20-200 
86/00/20-205 



Ayatol lah's money 



going to jail 



86/00/20-130 •- Presidential pardon 



84/02/07-100 Keel, Alton 



86/11/01-150 Kelly, John 



85/12/15-310 Khomeini, AyatoUah Ruhollah 



85/06/21-000 Kimche, David 
85/11/22-800 



86/10/07-053 
86/07/15-050 



85/05/04-102 
85/05/04-104 
85/05/04-106 
85/09/04-503 
85/09/04-506 
85/10/08-300 
85/10/08-305 
85/10/08-306 
85/10/31-800 
85/10/31-806 
85/11/18-402 
85/11/25-705 
85/11/25-706 
85/11/26-850 
85/12/15-300 
85/12/15-310 
86/01/16-653 
86/01/24-650 
86/11/19-100 
86/11/21-111 
86/11/21-150 
86/11/21-180 
86/11/21-181 
86/11/25-460 



Leaks 



Ledeen, Michael 



84/10/03-160 Kingpin 
86/00/09-243 



85/11/26-851 



Ledeen, Michael: North's 
Distrust 



86/02/27-200 Kish Island Meeting Proposal, 
2/86 



86/03/02-100 Kish Meeting Called Off 



85/04/00-610 
85/04/00-616 
86/11/04-300 
86/11/04-310 
86/11/04-330 



Ledger 



86/00/09-241 Kissinger Commission 



84/10/03-500 Legal Concerns 



86/09/19-015 Kissinger, Henry 



86/11/21-181 Legality of Contra Activities 



85/08/22-220 KL-43s 
86/02/00-000 



84/12/04-008 Lehman, John 



344 



160 



Date 



Topic 



86/02/27-100 Lethal Drop 

86/03/00-700 

86/0A/08-100 

86/04/10-095 

86/0A/1 0-100 

86/04/10-110 

86/04/10-112 

86/04/10-120 



Date 

86/10/08-400 
86/10/08-405 
86/10/08-500 
86/10/08-520 
86/11/20-130 
87/07/07-100 
87/07/07-130 



Topic 



85/09/20-090 Letter to Felix Rodriguez, 
9/20/85 



86/10/10-100 Lewis, David 
86/10/10-130 



87/07/07-100 "Lied every time I met the 
Iranians" 



87/07/07-100 Lies and Truths 
87/07/07-130 



85/12/15-310 Haghrabi, Hahmoud Sulaiman 



86/10/29-250 Mainz Meeting, 10/86 
86/10/29-600 

84/11/07-500 Maps for the Contras 

85/02/15-000 

85/02/15-010 



85/02/15-009 Maps with Radar Installations 



86/10/08-520 Marshall Plan for Iran 



85/08/16-270 Lies or Lives 

85/08/16-420 

85/09/12-410 

86/08/06-100 

86/10/05-210 



85/04/25-232 Martin, Ron 
86/04/07-259 



86/04/07-259 Martin-McCoy Supermarket 



86/11/21-615 List of Documents for 
Alteration 



86/06/21-900 Maule Investigation 



85/12/08-200 London Meeting, 12/8/85 

85/12/08-300 

85/12/09-086 

85/12/09-150 

85/12/09-165 



85/04/25-232 McCoy, James 
86/04/07-259 



84/09/02-155 McFarlane Litany 
86/12/10-005 



85/12/09-170 London Meeting, 12/8/85: Memo 

of 12/9/85 (see also Memo, 12/9/85) 



86/01/22-000 London Meeting, 1/86 



86/05/06-300 London Meeting, 5/6/86 



86/08/08-500 London Meeting, 8/8/86 
86/09/02-100 



86/11/18-400 "Lone Uolf" 



85/09/04-110 "Loose Cannon" 

85/09/04-111 

85/09/04-112 

87/07/07-200 



86/11/22-505 Lunch with Poindexter and 
Casey, 11/22/86 



86/10/05-210 Lying, Generally 
86/10/08-390 



84/02/07-100 McFarlane, Robert 

84/07/00-161 

84/09/02-155 

84/11/07-277 

84/11/07-501 

84/11/07-510 

84/12/04-005 

84/12/04-006 

84/12/04-008 

85/01/15-150 

85/02/06-150 

85/03/05-200 

85/03/05-220 

85/03/05-227 

85/03/08-100 

85/03/16-090 

85/03/16-095 

85/03/16-096 

85/03/16-097 

85/03/20-100 

85/04/01-200 

85/04/11-200 

85/04/11-205 

85/04/11-206 

85/04/11-220 

85/06/07-005 

85/05/24-110 

85/05/31-090 

85/06/30-101 



345 



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Date 

85/07/01-115 

85/08/16-200 

85/08/16-201 

85/08/16-202 

85/08/16-203 

85/08/16-204 

85/09/04-506 

85/09/12-110 

85/09/12-111 

85/09/30-100 

85/09/30-101 

85/09/30-102 

85/11/15-250 

85/11/15-251 

85/11/15-252 

85/11/17-118 

85/11/19-105 

85/11/20-330 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/09-080 

86/00/09-105 

86/02/27-151 

86/02/27-301 

86/02/27-302 

86/02/27-330 

86/03/10-200 

86/04/21-200 

86/04/21-201 

86/04/21-202 

86/05/24-001 

86/05/24-002 

86/05/28-500 

86/05/29-011 

86/05/29-013 

86/06/10-090 

86/06/11-103 

86/08/06-120 

86/09/03-100 

86/11/18-250 

86/11/18-353 

86/11/18-355 

86/11/18-650 

86/11/21-154 

86/11/21-157 

86/11/21-181 

86/11/21-334 

86/11/21-347 

86/11/21-370 

86/11/21-600 

86/11/21-610 

86/11/21-613 

86/11/23-100 

86/11/23-105 

86/11/23-380 

86/11/23-500 

86/12/08-309 

86/12/10-005 

86/12/10-006 

87/07/07-130 



Topic 



Date 

85/06/07-012 
86/00/09-630 
86/00/09-635 
86/01/07-355 
86/10/07-100 
86/10/07-110 
86/11/21-310 
86/11/21-430 
86/11/21-475 
86/11/21-510 
86/11/21-511 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-530 
86/11/22-390 
86/11/22-391 
86/11/23-390 
86/11/23-391 
86/11/23-392 
86/11/23-393 
86/11/23-394 
86/11/23-395 
86/11/23-396 
86/11/23-397 
86/11/23-398 
86/11/23-411 
86/11/23-430 
86/11/23-431 
86/11/23-432 
86/11/25-421 
86/11/25-433 
86/11/25-445 
86/11/25-526 



86/11/21-116 
86/11/23-300 
86/11/23-350 
86/11/23-352 
86/11/23-360 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/23-380 
86/11/23-400 
86/11/23-401 
86/11/23-405 
86/11/23-410 
86/11/23-412 
86/11/23-420 
86/11/23-421 
86/11/23-512 
86/11/23-515 
86/11/25-526 



86/08/28-100 
86/08/28-110 



85/12/06-798 



Topic 



Meese, Edwin 



Meese-North Interview, 
11/23/86 



Meeting on Contra Support, 
8/28/86 



Meeting with Israelis, 
Diversion Proposed 



12/6/85: 



85/10/07-100 McFarlane's HPSCI Briefing, 
9/10/85 



84/09/02-155 
84/09/02-160 
84/09/02-161 



Memo, 9/2/84 



86/03/10-100 McFarlane's "self-serving 
scenario" 



84/01/00-030 McMahon, John 



87/07/07-200 Medals 



84/07/00-070 
84/11/07-275 
84/11/07-277 
84/11/07-330 
84/11/07-501 
84/11/07-510 



Memo, 11/7/84 



346 



162 



Date 

84/12/04-001 
84/12/04-002 
84/12/04-003 
84/12/04-005 
84/12/04-006 
84/12/04-007 



Topic 
Memo, \ZIUIZU 



Date 

85/07/01-010 
85/07/01-039 
85/07/01-040 
85/07/01-045 
85/07/01-050 
86/05/16-470 



Topic 



85/01/15-100 
85/01/15-150 



Memo, 1/15/85 



86/08/28-100 Michel, James 
86/08/28-110 



85/02/06-150 
85/02/06-320 



85/02/07-101 



85/03/05-200 
85/03/05-225 
85/03/05-226 
85/03/05-227 
85/09/12-111 



85/03/16-090 
85/03/16-100 



85/04/11-200 
85/04/11-205 
85/04/11-206 
85/04/11-230 
85/08/16-202 



85/05/31-090 
85/05/31-100 



Memo, 2/6/85 

Memo, 2/7/85 
Memo, 3/5/85 



Memo, 3/16/85 



Memo, 4/11/85 



Memo, 5/31/85 



84/11/07-501 MIGs 



84/07/00-070 Military Advice to Contras 



85/04/30-800 Miller, Richard 

85/05/24-110 

85/06/07-051 

85/06/07-052 

85/09/02-175 

85/09/18-100 

85/11/01-420 

86/03/28-135 



87/07/10-400 Millstone Appeal 
87/07/10-410 



84/01/00-010 Mining Nicaraguan Harbors 



86/08/06-100 Misled Congress, Face to Face 



84/12/04-010 Missiles 



85/12/07-103 
85/12/09-080 
85/12/09-083 
85/12/09-085 
85/12/09-087 
85/12/09-100 
85/12/09-101 
85/12/09-150 
85/12/09-152 
85/12/09-155 
85/12/09-170 
85/12/09-200 



86/07/29-225 
86/07/30-050 



86/09/08-120 



86/10/08-524 



86/00/04-120 
86/05/16-290 
86/10/02-100 
86/11/25-520 



Memo, 12/9/85 



Memo, 7/29/86 

Memo, 9/8/86 
Memo, 10/2/86 
Memos, Generally 



85/07/01-000 Miami Meeting, 7/85 



84/12/04-006 "mission-oriented, can-do 
professional on the INSC] 
staff" 



87/07/10-410 Mitchell, George 



86/08/28-100 Moellering, John 
86/08/28-110 



86/11/25-526 Money Diverted 



85/04/00-614 Money in Office Safe 

85/04/00-615 

85/04/00-617 



85/03/21-040 Money-Passing 



85/03/21-050 Money to Contra Leaders 
85/03/21-051 



85/02/06-100 Monimbo 

85/02/06-200 

85/02/06-300 

85/02/06-301 

85/02/06-310 



347 



163 



Date 

85/02/06-311 
85/02/06-320 



Topic 



Date 

86/10/08-500 
86/10/08-524 
86/10/08-570 



Topic 



85/02/06-150 Monimbo Memo, Z/b/S,5 
85/02/06-320 



85/09/04-100 "Monitor OUie" 

85/09/04-110 

85/09/04-111 

85/09/04-112 

85/09/04-130 



85/06/03-300 Moreau, Arthur 

86/00/09-160 

86/00/09-600 



86/10/08-370 Motivations 
86/10/08-390 



86/08/26-102 Napier, Shirley 



86/11/25-318 National Defense University 



86/01/02-065 Nir, Ami ram 

86/01/07-900 

86/01/09-000 

86/01/15-150 

86/01/16-653 

86/03/28-500 

86/04/07-290 

86/07/29-300 

86/08/08-500 

86/09/15-500 

86/11/23-300 

86/11/23-515 



86/04/16-110 No Arms Deliveries Before 
Hostages Released 



86/09/25-100 "no U.S. fingerprints" 



86/09/19-015 Nobel Prize 
86/09/20-050 



86/11/26-500 "National Hero" 
86/11/26-510 



81/08/00-000 NSC 
84/11/23-150 
86/10/11-200 
86/11/25-313 



86/03/01-175 North, Betsy 



86/11/21-004 Notebooks 

86/11/21-430 

86/11/21-452 

86/11/25-600 

86/11/25-700 



84/01/13-100 NSDD Draft on Third-Country Aid 
to the Contras, 1/84-2/84 



86/11/18-163 Notebooks: 11/85 Entries 
86/11/18-164 



84/01/00-030 NSDD 138 on Neutralizing 
Terrorists 



84/06/25-097 NSPG Meeting, 6/25/84 



86/05/16-290 NSPG Meeting, 5/16/86 

86/05/16-291 

86/05/16-400 



86/01/24-700 Notional Timeline for Operation 

86/01/24-701 Recovery 

86/01/24-702 

86/01/24-703 



87/07/07-100 Oath of Truth 



86/03/27-400 O'Boyle, William 
86/04/29-300 



85/11/01-420 Newington, Barbara 



85/08/29-400 Off-Shore Accounts 



85/12/09-080 "Next Steps" Memo, 12/9/85 (see also 

85/12/09-150 Memo, 12/9/85) 

85/12/09-152 

85/12/09-155 

85/12/09-200 



85/11/26-851 Nimrodi, Yaacov 



86/11/25-480 Office Sealed, 11/25/86 



86/11/20-130 Oil-Drilling Equipment 

86/11/20-520 

86/11/20-538 

86/11/20-544 

86/11/23-391 



86/10/08-370 9-Point Plan 
86/10/08-380 
86/10/08-390 
86/10/08-405 



86/05/27-080 Oil Prices 



348 



Date 
86/06/25-326 



Topic 
OEOB Meeting, 6/25/86 



Date Topic 

86/02/27-090 Owen, Robert: Memo, 2/27 /?,6 



164 



86/09/19-010 
86/09/19-015 
86/09/19-020 
86/09/19-025 



85/10/01-300 



OEOB Meeting, 9/86 



OUie's Ship (see Erria, and 
ERRIA) 



Olmstead, Jack or Robert 
(alias for William Haskell) 



86/03/17-100 Owen, Robert: Memo, 3/17/86 
86/03/17-101 



87/05/19-500 Owen, Robert: Poem 



85/10/19-100 Owen's Wedding Present 
85/10/19-110 



86/04/20-200 Ownership of Resupply Equipment 



85/09/02-180 One Good Punch, the 



86/12/16-100 Pardon, Presidential 
88/03/25-100 



85/09/02-150 
85/09/02-175 



"One-Two Punch," the 



85/06/07-012 Operational Account 



86/05/15-385 Operational Role 



86/09/15-510 
86/09/15-511 
86/09/15-513 
86/09/15-514 



86/04/07-300 
86/04/07-301 
86/04/07-308 
86/04/07-309 
86/11/25-561 
86/11/25-562 



84/04/00-100 
84/05/20-000 
84/07/02-000 
84/08/20-000 
84/10/20-149 
84/11/07-500 
84/11/15-100 
84/11/15-140 
85/02/15-000 
85/02/15-001 
85/02/15-010 
85/04/01-100 
85/06/01-201 
85/09/00-120 
85/09/16-100 
86/00/09-195 
86/02/10-100 
86/02/27-100 
86/03/00-700 
86/04/07-259 
86/08/06-110 
86/11/24-000 
86/11/24-010 



85/04/01-100 
85/08/25-100 



Other Covert Operations Funded 
by Iranian Arms Sales 



"Our Boss" PROF 



Owen, Robert 



Owen, Robert: Memo, 4/1/85 



Owen, Robert: Memo, 8/25/85 



86/03/07-000 
86/03/07-200 
86/03/10-200 



85/04/01-701 



85/07/01-115 
86/04/07-259 



85/06/07-012 
86/04/21-200 
86/04/21-202 
86/06/10-400 



86/10/29-600 
86/10/29-600 
87/07/07-200 
86/00/03-717 



84/03/27-195 
84/10/03-161 
84/10/20-149 
84/11/07-277 
84/11/07-330 
85/01/15-150 
85/03/06-170 
85/03/06-171 
85/04/00-614 
85/04/00-616 
85/04/00-617 
85/04/00-618 
85/04/11-275 
85/04/11-277 
85/04/25-235 
85/07/01-050 
85/07/01-118 
85/10/07-053 
85/11/20-299 
85/11/22-800 
85/11/26-850 



Paris Meeting, 3/86 

Park lane Hosiery 
Pastora, Eden 

Perot, H. Ross 

Persian Rug Gift Declined 
Pistachio Nuts 
Plausible Deniability 



"playted] fast and loose with 
the facts" 



Poindexter, John (see also 
Conflicts with Poindexter's 
Hearing Testimony) 



349 



165 



Date 

85/11/26-851 

85/12/04-007 

85/12/04-008 

85/12/04-154 

85/12/05-010 

85/12/05-980 

85/12/07-400 

85/12/07-401 

85/12/09-050 

85/12/09-051 

85/12/09-060 

85/12/09-080 

85/12/09-085 

85/12/09-086 

85/12/09-171 

85/12/10-050 

86/00/02-515 

86/00/02-523 

86/00/02-629 

86/00/02-720 

86/00/02-965 

86/00/03-690 

86/00/04-722 

86/00/04-770 

86/00/09-195 

86/00/09-196 

86/00/09-242 

86/00/09-248 

86/00/09-280 

86/00/09-310 

86/00/09-415 

86/01/07-351 

86/01/07-355 

86/01/15-140 

86/01/16-292 

86/01/16-293 

86/01/17-075 

86/01/17-315 

86/02/00-040 

86/04/03-150 

86/04/04-010 

86/04/04-011 

86/04/04-106 

86/04/07-308 

86/04/10-115 

86/04/16-090 

86/04/16-110 

86/04/16-120 

86/04/28-225 

86/04/28-255 

86/05/02-503 

86/05/02-508 

86/05/08-900 

86/05/15-385 

86/05/15-405 

86/05/15-412 

86/05/16-443 

86/05/16-446 

86/05/16-447 

86/05/16-448 

86/05/23-926 

86/05/27-195 

86/06/10-090 

86/06/10-400 

86/06/16-150 

86/07/15-200 

86/07/15-201 

86/07/21-110 

86/07/21 

86/07/21 

86/07/28-200 

86/07/29-200 

86/07/29-201 



Topic 



125 

126 



Dato Topic 

86/08/06-101 

86/08/06-220 

86/08/06-221 

86/08/06-223 

86/08/06-224 

86/08/06-225 

86/08/08-295 

86/09/03-100 

86/09/05-238 

86/09/05-239 

86/09/05-241 

86/09/13-100 

86/09/15-500 

86/09/15-501 

86/09/15-510 

86/09/20-050 

86/10/02-090 

86/10/05-305 

86/09/15-510 

86/10/08-524 

86/10/08-525 

86/10/08-526 

86/10/08-527 

86/11/07-330 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/18-170 

86/11/18-177 

86/11/19-100 

86/11/20-531 

86/11/20-544 

86/11/21-004 

86/11/21-115 

86/11/21-117 

86/11/21-120 

86/11/21-433 

86/11/21-441 

86/11/21-452 

86/11/21-475 

86/11/21-510 

86/11/21-511 

86/11/21-512 

86/11/21-515 

86/11/21-580 

86/11/21-581 

86/11/21-780 

86/11/23-380 

86/11/23-500 

86/11/23-510 

86/11/23-512 

86/11/25-132 

86/11/25-155 

86/11/25-318 

86/11/25-470 

86/11/25-339 

86/11/25-560 

86/11/25-561 

86/11/25-562 

86/11/25-563 

87/07/07-135 



86/08/06-223 Poindexter PROF, 8/11/86: 
86/08/06-224 "Well done" 
86/08/06-225 
86/08/11-050 



86/11/25-120 "Political fall guy" 



86/11/21-780 "Political fall guy, scapegoat 
86/11/25-120 or whatever" 



350 



166 



Date 

84/10/03-810 
85/09/12-410 



Topic 
Political Liability 



Date 

86/11/25-520 
86/11/25-540 



Topic 



86/10/08-270 

86/11/25-120 
84/10/03-810 
85/12/07-710 
86/03/07-200 



Political Pressures 



"Political Scapegoat" 



Political Spear 



Pragmatic Iranians 



"prepared to stonewall in 
Paris" 



86/11/25-460 President Reagan: Meeting, 
11/25/86 



86/11/25-480 President's Call, 11/25/86 

86/11/25-510 

86/11/25-520 

86/11/25-530 

86/11/25-536 

86/11/25-540 



86/11/25-544 President's Call, 11/25 or 
86/11/25-545 11/26/86 



85/03/16-090 



84/02/07-100 
84/10/03-160 
84/10/03-161 
85/03/16-100 
85/04/11-275 
85/06/07-052 
85/11/26-051 
85/12/04-152 
86/00/02-629 
86/00/02-950 
86/00/02-955 
86/00/09-150 
86/00/09-231 
86/00/09-240 
86/00/09-241 
86/00/09-243 
86/00/09-244 
86/00/09-245 
86/03/00-400 
86/04/03-150 
86/05/16-446 
86/05/16-447 
86/06/10-090 
86/06/10-400 
86/07/28-200 
86/07/29-201 
86/09/20-250 
86/09/22-050 
86/10/08-305 
86/10/08-380 
86/10/08-526 
86/11/21-115 
86/11/21-116 
86/11/21-117 
86/11/21-120 
86/11/21-154 
86/11/21-180 
86/11/21-795 
86/11/25-460 
86/11/25-545 
86/11/26-500 
87/03/19-100 
88/03/25-100 



"present donors" 
President Reagan 



86/11/25-520 President's Knowledge of 
Diversion 



86/11/19-322 President's News Conference, 
11/19/86 



86/05/02-503 President's Proposal of 
86/05/02-508 Unilateral Action for the 
Contras 



86/00/04-200 President's Signature 
86/10/11-120 



85/03/05-225 Press Reports 
85/08/16-201 



86/01/16-292 Pricing of Weapons 



86/11/25-460 Priorities List 
86/11/25-600 



85/08/31-103 "Private Blank Check" 



85/03/16-090 Private Donors or Private 

85/03/16-097 Benefactors 

85/04/25-235 

85/12/04-154 

86/00/09-195 

86/03/28-130 

86/03/28-135 

86/04/21-202 

86/05/16-447 

86/10/14-405 



86/03/28-120 Private Donors, Meeting with 
86/04/01-430 the President 



86/11/25-210 President Reagan: Fired North 



85/07/01-400 "Private Patriotic Americans" 



86/11/25-480 
86/11/25-510 



President Reagan: "just didn't 
know" 



84/12/04-008 Problem Memos 

85/08/18-200 

85/08/16-201 



351 



167 



Date Topic 

85/08/16-202 
85/08/16-203 
85/08/16-204 
85/09/12-110 
85/09/30-100 
86/10/05-300 



85/11/20-330 PROF, 11/20/85 



Date 

86/05/16-440 
86/05/16-441 
86/05/16-443 
86/05/16-451 
86/05/16-600 
86/05/19-180 
86/05/19-185 
86/11/25-336 
86/11/26-510 



Topic 



Regan, Donald 



85/12/04-007 PROF, 12/4/85 

85/12/04-008 

85/12/09-171 



PROF, 5/16/86 (see Contra Funding 
PROF, 5/16/86) 



86/11/24-800 PROF, 11/24/86 
86/11/24-801 

86/01/16-292 Profit 
86/01/16-293 
86/08/01-100 
86/10/08-360 



86/00/09-812 Project Democracy, and 

86/05/24-300 Reorganization Plan 

86/05/24-400 

86/05/24-420 

86/07/15-200 

86/07/15-201 

86/07/15-217 

86/07/15-218 

86/07/15-230 

86/07/15-240 

86/07/15-250 

86/10/14-300 



86/05/02-503 Proposal To Seize Part of 
Nicaragua 



86/11/25-700 Protecting Himself 



87/07/07-100 Protecting Others, Generally 
87/07/07-200 



86/11/24-800 Protecting the President 



85/04/25-400 Publicity 



85/12/04-504 Qadhafi, Muammar 



84/01/25-300 Quintero, Rafael 
86/06/16-300 



85/11/17-120 Rabin, Yitzhak 

86/09/12-900 

86/09/13-100 

86/11/23-391 



86/11/25-520 

86/10/02-090 
86/11/25-670 
85/10/31-806 



85/11/17-118 
85/11/17-300 
85/11/20-299 
85/11/26-051 
85/12/05-010 
85/12/09-080 
86/01/07-900 
86/01/09-000 
86/03/28-500 
86/04/07-290 
86/04/27-090 



86/11/25-465 



Regrets About the Political 
Fire Storm 



"Relative": Code Name 



Removed 168 Pages from the OEOB 



Replaced Ledeen in the Iran 
Initiative 



Replenishment 



Resignation: Announces It 
Before Attorney General's 
Press Conference 



86/11/21-400 Resignation Submitted 



86/06/24-090 
86/06/24-100 
86/06/24-200 
86/07/21-100 
86/07/21-120 
86/07/21-121 
86/07/21-122 
86/07/21-150 
86/08/06-045 
86/08/06-050 
86/08/06-051 
86/08/06-100 
86/08/06-101 
86/08/06-110 
86/08/06-115 
86/08/06-116 
86/08/06-117 
86/08/06-120 
86/08/06-200 
86/08/06-202 
86/08/06-223 
86/08/06-224 
86/08/06-225 



Resolution of Inquiry 



86/11/11-300 Rafsanjani: Statement Drafted 
by North, 11/11/86 



352 



168 



Topic 



Restricted Interagency Group 
(RIG) 



Resupply Operation 



Date 

86/08/06-227 
86/08/06-250 
86/08/11-050 



85/07/01-630 
85/07/01-650 
86/00/09-434 



84/07/00-163 

85/02/15-001 

85/06/25-326 

85/08/22-220 

85/09/20-090 

85/09/20-100 

85/09/20-110 

85/11/15-100 

85/11/20-050 

85/12/09-060 

86/00/09-190 

86/00/09-196 

86/00/09-310 

86/00/09-470 

86/03/00-800 

86/04/08-100 

86/04/10-095 

86/04/10-100 

86/04/10-115 

86/04/10-120 

86/04/10-230 

86/04/12-100 

86/06/00-500 

86/06/10-090 

86/06/16-300 

86/07/01-400 

86/07/15-100 

86/07/15-200 

86/07/29-600 

86/07/29-601 

86/08/12-125 

86/09/09-200 

86/09/30-100 

86/10/06-140 



86/11/25-670 Returned Documents 



86/11/24-800 
86/11/24-801 



85/09/13-100 
85/09/20-800 



Risks 



Robertson, Pat 



Date 

86/02/01-294 
86/05/01-325 
86/06/25-100 
86/06/25-200 
86/06/25-300 
86/06/25-301 
86/06/25-312 
86/06/25-320 
86/06/25-326 
86/07/29-600 
86/07/29-601 
86/07/31-101 
86/08/08-295 



85/09/20-090 



84/10/03-700 
84/10/03-710 



86/00/80-100 
86/05/24-800 
86/11/21-120 
86/11/25-520 



Topic 



Rodriguez, Felix: 
Letter, 9/20/85 



Salary 



Saluted Smartly 



North's 



85/03/01-200 San Jose Declaration 



86/08/28-100 Sanchez, Nestor 



84/10/03-800 
86/11/21-420 
86/11/21-538 
86/11/23-370 
86/11/25-132 
86/12/10-210 



85/10/08-300 
85/10/08-305 
85/10/08-306 
85/10/31-800 
85/10/31-806 
85/11/18-402 
85/11/22-800 
85/11/25-706 
85/11/26-851 
85/12/09-080 



Scapegoat (see also Fall Guy 
and Political Scapegoat) 



Schwimmer, Adolph 



85/09/12-410 Sciaroni, Bretton 



86/04/28-010 
86/04/28-110 
86/05/10-100 
86/05/10-120 
86/12/11-400 
86/12/11-420 
87/03/16-300 



Robinette, Glenn 



86/09/19015 
86/09/20-050 
86/09/22-050 
86/10/08-400 
86/10/08-525 
86/10/29-600 
86/11/08-700 



Second Channel 



84/12/21-200 
85/03/15-200 
85/09/20-090 
85/09/20-100 
85/09/20-110 
85/12/09-060 
86/00/09-196 



Rodriguez, Felix 



86/10/08-527 



Second Channel Negotiations: 
"wide latitude" 



86/09/08-100 "Second Iranian" 



353 



169 



Date Topic 

86/05/24-005 Second Plane-Load of HAW< Parts 



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84/07/00- 
84/07/00- 
84/07/00- 
84/07/00- 
84/07/00- 
84/07/00- 
84/10/03- 
85/03/05- 
85/04/25- 
85/04/25- 
85/06/07- 
85/10/01- 
85/11/18- 
85/11/18- 
85/11/19- 
85/11/20- 
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85/11/26- 
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86/03/02- 
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86/04/21 - 
86/04/28- 
86/04/28- 
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86/05/00- 
86/05/15- 
86/05/16- 
86/05/20- 
86/09/13- 
86/09/15- 
86/09/25- 
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86/11/18- 
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86/11/25- 
86/12/11- 
87/07/10- 



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232 
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405 
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201 
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86/01/15-140 



Second, Richard 



Second, Richard: 
the CIA" 



"agent for 



86/01/16-291 Second, Richand: Losing Money 

86/01/16-292 

86/01/17-315 



86/04/29-305 Secnet Contna Plan 

86/04/29-310 

86/04/29-314 



86/04/28-010 Secunity System 

86/04/28-100 

86/04/28-110 



Date 

86/04/28-225 
86/04/28-250 
86/04/28-255 
86/05/20-190 
86/12/11-400 
86/12/11-420 
87/03/16-300 



86/09/15-513 "Seed Money" 



Topic 



85/08/16-200 



85/12/04-007 
86/07/29-200 
86/07/29-201 
86/07/30-050 
86/08/08-500 
86/09/02-100 
86/09/03-100 



86/10/08-305 
86/10/08-310 
86/10/08-360 
86/10/08-500 
86/10/08-524 



SSCI Inquiry About Month (see 
also Congnessional Inquinies) 



Sequential Release of Hostages 



7-Point Plan 



85/05/04-104 Shackley, Theodone 



86/04/21-201 Ship (see also Ennia) 



86/11/21-680 
86/11/22-070 
86/11/23-990 



86/11/21-150 
86/11/21-157 
86/11/21-160 
86/11/23-100 



86/01/07-355 
86/10/11-100 
86/10/11-110 
86/10/11-120 
86/11/21-160 
86/11/21-180 
86/11/21-181 
86/11/21-510 
86/11/21-538 
86/11/21-540 
86/11/21-678 
86/11/21-680 
86/11/21-720 
86/11/22-030 
86/11/22-031 
86/11/22-035 
86/11/22-036 
86/11/22-037 
86/11/22-070 
86/11/22-080 
86/11/22-595 
86/11/23-352 
86/11/23-380 
86/11/23-401 



Shnedden Jammed 



"Shredding Panty" 



Shnedding/Shnedded Documents 
(see also Destnoyed Documents) 



354 



170 



Date 

86/11/23-410 
86/11/23-411 
86/11/23-500 
86/11/23-990 
86/11/25-170 
86/11/25-449 



85/11/17-125 
86/00/09-180 
86/00/09-181 
86/00/09-183 
86/00/09-635 
86/05/17-040 
86/06/10-030 
86/06/10-090 
86/06/10-100 
86/06/10-110 
86/06/16-150 
86/07/29-100 



84/11/28-100 
84/12/04-001 
85/06/21-000 
85/06/30-100 
85/06/30-101 
85/08/00-000 
85/09/00-100 
85/09/00-120 
85/10/00-000 
86/04/21-200 
86/04/21-201 
86/04/21-300 
86/04/21-350 



78/05/31-010 
84/05/00-000 
84/07/00-100 
84/11/28-250 
84/12/04-002 
84/12/04-008 
85/02/07-101 
85/04/25-232 
85/08/00-010 
85/09/25-300 
85/10/07-100 
86/03/26-100 



Topic 



Shultz, George 



Sigur, Gaston 



Singlaub, John 



Date Topic 

84/10/03-220 Solicitation 
85/07/00-410 
85/09/02-180 
85/12/04-154 



85/06/07-052 Southern Air Transport 

86/10/07-100 

86/10/07-110 

86/11/21-540 

86/11/21-541 



85/04/11-200 Southern Front 

85/07/01-010 

85/07/01-115 

85/07/01-118 

85/12/09-050 

86/00/09-190 

86/04/08-100 

86/04/12-100 

86/09/05-250 



86/11/24-500 "Spear in his own chest" 



85/04/11-265 Speeches 
85/08/16-201 



86/01/15-300 Sporkin, Stanley 
86/01/20-200 



86/09/20-110 STTGI Meeting, 9/86 



85/09/10-100 Steele, James 
86/04/10095 



85/02/15-001 Steelhammer Letter 

85/02/15-008 

85/04/01-100 



86/05/23-110 Suicide Pills: "like the 

controls on nuclear weapons" 



86/11/16-200 



Single Aircraft-Load of Arms 
to Iran 



86/05/16-440 $6 Million Available to Contras 

86/05/16-446 

86/05/16-448 



85/11/18-402 Swiss Bank Account(s) 

86/05/16-470 

86/09/25-201 

86/10/05-220 



86/12/04-100 Swiss Bank Accounts Frozen 



87/07/14-200 Slide Show 
87/07/14-201 



86/00/80-100 Smart Salute 
86/05/24-800 
86/11/21-120 
86/11/25-520 



86/11/25-660 Smuggled Documents 

86/11/25-670 

86/11/25-700 



84/10/03-160 Switching Point 

84/10/03-161 

86/00/09-196 

86/00/09-240 

86/00/09-241 

86/00/09-242 

86/00/09-243 

86/04/10-115 

86/05/15-411 



86/11/21-630 System IV Tampering 



355 



171 



Date Topic 

86/09/15-510 TA-1, TA-2 
86/09/15-514 



Date 



Topic 



85/0A/11-206 Third Country Seizes Arms 
Shipped to Contras 



85/12/09-155 Taking the Spear 
86/11/21-795 



82/01/01-600 Tambs, Lewis 

85/07/01-101 

85/07/01-110 

85/07/01-115 

85/07/01-112 

85/07/01-114 

85/07/01-116 

85/07/01-117 

85/07/01-118 

85/07/01-200 

85/07/01-210 

86/00/09-811 

86/06/01-200 

86/09/05-250 



85/05/01-500 Third-Country Solicitation 



84/12/04-001 Third-Country Support for the 

85/01/15-150 Contras 

85/04/11-275 

86/04/21-201 



85/11/23-222 "this is criminal" 

85/11/23-223 

85/11/23-227 



85/09/30-100 Thompson, Paul 
86/11/21-455 



86/04/28-225 Threats 



86/11/21-370 Tapped Phone 



85/12/00-100 3-Way Trade Proposal 



86/05/24-001 Tarmac Discussion, 5/86 

86/05/28-500 

86/05/29-011 

86/05/29-013 

86/11/18-650 



85/03/16-097 Tax-Exempt Organization for 
Contras: Proposal 



86/00/03-717 "threw curves, speed balls and 
spit balls to get what he 
wanted" 



86/11/25-124 "throw himself on a grenade" 



86/02/13-100 TOW Transaction, 2/86 



85/09/13-100 Tehran Trip, 5/86 

86/05/23-105 

86/05/23-110 

86/05/24-005 

86/05/24-800 

86/05/27-070 

86/05/27-195 

86/05/27-200 

86/05/27-220 

86/05/27-223 

86/05/27-225 



86/10/28-100 TOW Transaction, 10/86 



85/08/06-029 TOW Transactions, Summer 1985 

85/08/06-030 

86/11/20-130 

86/11/23-391 



86/01/13-105 TOW Transfers 



86/04/03-100 Tehran Trip: Preparations 



86/09/15-510 "terminated" 



86/05/02-700 Terpil, Frank 



86/07/28-200 Terrell, Jack 



85/03/00-100 Traveler's Checks 

85/04/00-600 

85/04/00-607 

85/04/00-610 

85/04/00-611 

85/04/00-616 

85/04/00-617 

85/04/01-700 

85/04/01-710 

86/11/04-300 

86/11/04-310 



86/09/15-510 TH-1, TH-2, TH-3 

86/09/15-513 

86/09/15-514 



86/07/15-230 "the world is mine, I'm going 
to see the President" 



84/12/04-011 Third-Country Intercession 



86/00/02-810 Truth, the Good, the Bad and 

86/12/11-420 the Ugly 

87/07/07-100 



86/11/21-475 "24 or 48 hours" 

86/11/21-538 

86/11/21-540 

86/11/21-541 

86/11/23-410 



356 



Date 



Topic 



86/08/28-121 United Nicaraguan Opposition 
86/10/05-200 (UNO) 



Date Topic 

85/09/04-503 Weir, Benjamin: Release 



1 72 



86/10/08-527 U.S. Defense of Iran 



86/11/24-800 "When the political fratricide 
86/11/24-801 is finished" 



85/12/04-008 U.S. Held Hostage to Hostages 
85/12/09-151 



86/09/15-580 U.S. -Israeli Covert Operations 



86/00/09-700 Vice President Bush 
86/01/11-130 



86/07/29-300 Vice President Bush: Contact, 
c. 7/29/86 



86/11/07-321 White House Chronologies 

86/11/07-330 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/18-170 

86/11/18-175 

86/11/18-177 

86/11/18-250 

86/11/18-400 

86/11/18-410 

86/11/18-415 

86/11/20-100 

86/11/20-130 

86/11/25-560 



86/07/29-310 Vice President Bush: Meeting 
86/07/29-311 with (Jir, 7/29/86 
86/07/29-313 
86/07/29-314 



85/08/06-029 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



86/01/16-290 White House Meeting, 1/16/86 



84/11/07-501 Vickers, Robert 



86/08/08-258 Videotape 



84/12/04-003 Walker, David 

84/12/04-008 

85/02/15-001 

85/03/06-165 

85/03/06-170 

85/03/06-171 



86/04/03-100 Washington Meeting, 4/3-4/4/86 
86/04/03-150 



86/07/29-600 Watson, Samuel 

86/07/29-601 

86/07/31-101 



85/02/15-000 Weapons List 
86/03/00-700 



84/07/00-070 Weapons Procurement 

86/04/11-206 

85/04/25-230 

85/04/25-232 

85/04/25-235 

85/06/01-201 

85/09/25-300 

86/00/09-155 

86/00/09-195 



84/11/07-330 "Who Said What to Whom" Memo, 
84/11/07-510 11/7/84 (see also Memo, 
11/7/84) 



87/07/10-100 Who Should Get the Money 
87/07/10-110 



86/11/25-132 "willing to take the rap" 
86/05/02-700 Wilson, Edwin 



85/03/05-227 Wish List of Military Equipment 
for a Third Country 



85/03/05-200 Wish List of Weapons 

85/03/05-215 

85/03/05-216 



86/11/24-800 "You can't fire me, I quit" 
PROF 



86/11/23-100 "You know I wouldn't do 

anything without approval" 

86/03/01-175 Zucker, Willard 



86/04/28-255 Webb, James 



86/01/15-140 Weinberger, Caspar 

86/05/17-040 

86/11/25-336 



357 



Date Topic 

NOTIONAL TIMELINE FOR OPERATION RECOVERY 



Date 
86/03/28-100 Haule 



Topic 



173 



86/01/24-700 Generally 
86/01/24-701 
86/01/24-702 
86/01/24-703 



86/01/24-705 Regan, Donald 



86/01/24-700 Who Knew 



86/03/27-400 McLaughlin, Jane 
86/03/28-100 



86/04/29-300 National Endowment for the 
86/09/30-300 Preservation of Liberty (NEPL) 



86/03/27-400 North, Oliver 

86/03/28-100 

86/03/28-120 

86/04/29-300 



NSC (see NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL) 



86/04/29-305 North's Secret Contra Plan 
86/04/29-310 



NSDO (see NATIONAL SECURITY DECISION 
DIRECTIVE) 



OFF-SHORE ACCOUNTS 
84/07/00-150 Casey, William 



84/07/00-150 Contra Aid 



NSPG (see NATIONAL SECURITY PLANNING 
GROUP) 



84/07/00-150 Lake Resources 



84/07/00-150 McFarlane, Robert 



OAKLEY, AMB. ROBERT (From 1985, 
Acting Ambassador at Large, 
Counterterrorism; Special Assistant 
to the President for National 
Security Affairs) 

85/12/07-760 CIA 



85/11/20-405 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/22-300 

85/11/23-051 



86/00/09-180 Retirement Party 

86/00/09-181 

86/00/09-183 



84/07/00-160 Second's Role 



OFFICE OF PUBLIC DIPLOMACY FOR LATIN 
AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN (DoS) 

83/07/01-100 Established 



83/07/01-100 Miller, Jonathan 



83/07/01-100 White Propaganda Operation 



O'BOYLE, WILLIAM (Private Donor to the 
Contras; Private Investor) 

86/03/27-400 Blowpipes 
86/03/28-100 



86/03/27-400 Channel I, Carl 

86/03/28-100 

86/03/28-120 

86/04/29-300 

86/09/30-300 



OIL-DRILLING EQUIPMENT (see also 
HAWK TRANSACTION, 11/85) 



86/11/20-400 
86/11/20-500 
86/11/20-537 
86/11/20-538 
86/11/20-550 
86/11/20-560 
86/11/20-580 
86/11/20-601 
86/11/20-602 
86/11/21-097 
86/11/21-570 



Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



86/04/29-300 Conrad, Daniel 



358 



174 



Date 

85/12/07-760 



86/11/19-320 
86/11/20-544 



85/11/23-227 
85/11/17-000 



85/12/04-002 
86/11/17-000 
86/11/18-166 
86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/21-320 
86/11/21-335 
86/11/21-336 
86/11/21-337 
86/11/21-350 
86/11/21-352 



86/11/21-020 
86/11/21-335 
86/11/21-337 



Topic 



CIA 



Cover Story 



George, Clair 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



McFarlane, Robert 



Meese, Edwin 



Date Topic 

OIL PRICES 
86/05/27-080 North, Oliver 

86/05/27-075 Poindexter, John 



OLLIE'S SHIP (see ERRIA) 



OLMSTEAD, ROBERT or JACK (alias 
for WILLIAM HASKELL) 
(Former Marine who negotiated 
to purchase the land for the 
Costa Rican Airstrip) 

85/08/22-220 Costa Rican Airstrip 

85/09/21-200 

85/10/01-300 

85/10/01-400 

86/05/08-210 



86/09/25-100 Costa Rican Airstrip: Exposure 



86/11/20-130 
86/11/23-391 



North, Oliver 



86/11/23-300 North-Meese Interview, 11/23/86 



86/11/18-161 
86/11/18-162 
86/11/18-163 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-080 



Poindexter, John 



86/05/15-390 Erria 

84/10/20-100 Generally 

86/04/29-140 Miami Meeting, 4/86 

86/05/08-210 "One-eyed Jack" 



86/11/23-391 



86/11/18-166 



85/11/08-000 



86/11/20-550 
86/11/20-560 
86/11/20-580 
86/11/20-590 



Rabin, Yitzhak 
Regan, Donald 
Replenishment 
Sofaer, Abraham 



O'NEIL, SAM (see CAVE, GEORGE) 



O'NEILL, THOMAS P., Jr. (TIP) 
(U.S. Representative, D-Mass., 
1952-86; Speaker of the U.S. 
House of Representatives, 1977-86) 

86/10/18-251 Contra Aid 



86/11/18-161 
86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-420 
86/11/20-130 
86/11/21-080 
86/11/21-352 



White House Chronologies 



86/05/02-516 Contra Aid Package: Delays 
86/05/02-516 Poindexter, John 



359 



175 



Date 
OPERATION RECOVERY 



Topic 



86/01/24-700 Notional Timeline 

86/01/24-701 

86/01/24-702 



86/01/24-705 Regan on the Notional Timeline 



Date Topic 

84/08/20-000 Calero, Adolfo 

84/09/21-300 

84/10/20-000 

85/02/15-001 

85/02/15-009 

85/04/00-607 

85/06/01-201 

86/02/27-090 

86/03/17-100 

86/03/17-101 



86/02/27-090 Cameron 



OPERATION STAUNCH 

86/01/15-200 Iran Initiative, 1/86 

86/01/16-121 Meese, Edwin 



85/09/14-101 Poindexter, John 

86/01/17-215 

86/05/00-604 

86/10/08-537 



86/05/00-604 Shultz, George 
86/05/00-606 



86/12/03-101 Vice President Bush 
86/12/03-102 



86/00/09-195 Cash to Contra Leaders 



85/08/29-000 Castillo, Tomas 

85/08/29-100 

86/04/07-200 

86/04/07-201 



84/11/07-500 Central American Task Force 
85/02/15-010 Chief (C/CATF) 
85/08/29-250 
86/04/07-215 



86/03/17-101 CIA 



86/02/27-090 Charmorro, Pedro 



86/01/07-500 Weinberger, Caspar 



85/12/07-250 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



86/02/10-101 Clines, Thomas 
86/03/17-100 



86/03/17-101 Congressional Inquiries 



OVERCHARGING THE CONTRAS 
86/08/08-280 Hand Grenades 



86/06/25-310 Rodriguez, Felix 

86/08/08-255 

86/08/08-280 



84/04/00-100 Contra Activities, Generally 

84/05/20-000 

84/07/02-000 

84/10/20-000 

84/10/20-100 

84/11/15-000 

84/11/15-100 

84/11/15-140 

85/02/15-000 

85/03/00-100 



85/05/25-300 Secord, Richard 



84/07/02-000 Contra Funding 



OWEN, ROBERT (Founded IDEA; Formerly 
Under Contract with NHAO) 

86/02/27-090 Abrams, Elliott 



86/02/10-100 Airdrop 



86/04/07-200 Avirgan- Honey Lawsuit 



86/02/27-090 Bosco 



84/10/20-100 Costa Rica Airstrip 

85/08/25-100 

85/08/29-000 

85/08/29-100 

85/08/29-400 



85/09/00-110 Country 3 
85/09/00-120 



84/10/20-000 Courier, The 
84/10/20-100 
84/10/20-150 
85/04/01-100 



360 



176 



Date Topic 

86/00/09-195 
86/02/10-100 
86/02/27-090 
86/03/17-100 
86/03/17-101 



86/02/27-090 Cruz, Arturo 
86/03/17-100 



85/04/01-100 Drugs 

86/0A/07-250 

86/01/07-259 



Date Topic 

86/02/27-100 Lethal Drop 

86/03/00-700 

86/04/10-100 



84/11/07-500 Maps for Contras 

85/02/15-000 

85/02/15010 



85/02/15-009 Maps with Radar Installations 



84/07/02-000 Memo, 7/2/84 



86/03/17-100 Duncan, Peter 



85/04/01-100 Memo, 4/1/85 



86/08/06-110 Fall Guy 

86/11/24-000 

86/11/24-010 



86/03/17-100 FDN 



84/07/02-000 Firecrackers 



85/09/21-700 Gadd, Richard 



86/03/17-100 General Equipment and Leasing 
Corp. 



86/03/17-100 Gentry, Patrice 



85/04/01-100 Hammer 



84/05/20-000 Hull, John 
84/10/20-000 
86/03/17-101 
86/04/07-200 



85/09/21-600 IDEA 
85/11/06-100 



84/10/20-100 Intelligence-Passing to the 

84/11/07-500 Contras 

84/11/15-100 

84/11/15-140 



86/00/20-200 Jail, Going to 

86/02/27-090 Kagen, Robert 

86/02/10-101 Kenny, William 

86/04/00-400 KL-43S 



85/08/25-100 Memo, 8/25/85 



86/02/10-101 Memo, 2/10/86 



86/02/27-090 Memo, 2/27/86 



86/03/17-100 Memo, 3/17/86 
86/03/17-101 



85/03/00-100 Miller, Jonathan 



85/09/16-100 Money Deliveries 



85/03/21-000 Money-Passing 

85/03/22-000 

85/04/00-400 

85/05/16-000 



85/09/16-100 Mooey 



85/09/21-600 NHAO 

85/11/06-100 

86/03/17-100 



84/04/00-100 North, Oliver 

84/07/02-000 

84/08/20-000 

84/10/20-149 

84/11/07-500 

84/11/15-100 

84/11/15-140 

85/02/15-001 

85/02/15-010 

85/04/01-100 

85/09/16-100 

86/02/27-100 

86/03/17-100 

86/03/17-101 

86/04/07-259 

86/08/06-110 

86/11/24-000 

87/05/19-500 



86/03/17-101 North, Oliver: Godfather 



361 



177 



Date Topic 

84/10/20-100 North's Eyes and Ears 

86/11/04-310 North's Ledger 

85/08/29-400 Off -Shore Accounts 

87/05/19-500 Poem 



84/10/20-149 Poindexter, John 

84/10/20-150 

86/00/09-195 



86/06/01-400 Publicity 



86/03/00-700 Ouintero, Rafael 



Date 

85/08/29-000 Tambs, Lewis 
85/08/29-100 



Topic 



TC (see Courier, The) 



84/07/02-000 Toys 



85/03/00-100 Traveler's Checks 

85/10/19-100 

85/10/19-110 



86/02/27-090 Ulvert 



86/02/27-090 UNO 

86/03/17-100 

86/03/17-101 



86/08/06-110 Resolution of Inquiry on North 



86/02/27-090 Valdevia, Avenor 



86/04/07-250 Resupply Operation 



86/02/27-090 Rivera, Brooklyn 



86/02/27-090 Robelo, Alfonso 
86/03/17-100 



86/02/27-090 Rodriguez, Felix 
86/03/00-700 



85/02/15-000 Weapons List 
85/05/16-000 



85/06/01-200 Weapons Procurement 
85/06/01-201 



85/10/19-100 Wedding Present 
85/10/19-110 



84/09/21-310 Secord, Richard 

84/10/20-100 

85/06/21-090 

85/09/16-100 

86/02/10-101 

86/03/17-100 



PAHLAVI, MOHAMMED REZA (Shah 
of Iran, Until 1/79) 

79/01/16-100 Overthrown 



84/08/20-000 Singlaub, John 
85/06/01-200 



85/04/01-100 Sparkplug 



86/03/17-100 STTGI 



86/03/17-100 Star Production 



86/03/00-700 Steele, James 



85/02/15-001 Steelhammer Letter 
85/04/01-100 



86/03/17-100 Sterns, Larry 



PARDONS, PRESIDENTIAL 
86/00/20-130 Joke 

86/00/20-130 North, Oliver 

88/03/25-100 President Reagan 



86/12/08-050 "President wouldn't even 
listen" 



86/12/08-050 Regan, Donald 



86/12/08-050 White House Discussion, 12/86 



86/03/17-100 Stockman, George 



82/03/21-400 CIA 



362 



178 



Date 
PARKLANE HOSIERY 
85/04/01-710 North at 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



PEARSON, ROBERT (Deputy Executive 
Secretary, NSC) 

85/08/20-150 Barnes Letter to McFarlane 



PASTORA GOMEZ, EDEN ("Comtnandante Zero"; 
Early Ant i -Sandinista Resistance 
Leader) 

86/05/15-100 Abrams, Elliott 

86/05/15-102 

86/05/15-108 



86/08/06-120 House Resolution of Inquiry on 
86/08/06-223 North 



85/08/16-430 Poindexter, John 
86/08/06-223 



86/08/06-120 PROF, 8/6/86 



86/05/15-108 Central American Task Force 
86/05/15-109 Chief (C/CATF) 
86/05/15-110 



86/08/06-050 Resolution of Inquiry on North 
86/08/06-250 



86/05/15-109 Cocaine Trafficking 
86/05/15-110 



PERES, SHIMON (Israeli Foreign Minister, 
Since 1986; Israeli Prime Minister, 
1984-86) 



86/04/07-259 Drugs and Contras 

86/05/15-108 

86/05/15-109 

86/05/15-110 



86/07/29-300 Fuller, Craig: Memo, 7/29/86 
86/07/29-302 



86/09/15-575 Iran Initiative 



82/07/12-100 Gregg, Donald 



85/07/01-115 McFarlane, Robert 



86/05/08-500 Melton, Richard 



85/05/04-101 Iranian Request for Military 
85/05/04-110 Equipment, 5/85 



86/09/15-501 Israeli -Captured Arms for 
Contras 



86/04/07-259 North, Oliver 



85/05/04-110 Israeli Channels into Iran 



82/07/12-100 Poindexter, John 



86/03/26-100 Singlaub-Pastora Agreement 

86/03/26-110 

86/04/30-300 



85/04/00-120 Ledeen, Michael 

85/05/04-100 

85/05/04-101 

85/05/04-102 

85/05/04-104 

85/05/04-110 

85/07/11-010 

85/07/11-011 



PATTON, BOGGS, AND BLOW 

85/08/22-300 Legal Opinion on Resupply 
Operation 



85/05/04-100 McFarlane, Robert 

85/05/04-101 

85/05/04-110 



86/11/25-423 Meese Call, 11/25/86 



85/11/18-100 Neutrality Act 



86/09/15-501 North, Oliver 



86/05/08-100 Resupply Operation 



86/09/15-501 Poindexter, John 
86/09/15-575 



85/05/04-104 Schwimmer, Adolph 



363 



Date 



Topic 



86/07/29-300 Vice President Bush's Meeting 
86/07/29-302 with Nir, 7/29/86 
86/07/29-310 
86/07/29-311 



Date Topic 

86/03/31-500 Poindexter, John 



179 



PEROT, H. ROSS (Former Chairman, 
Electronic Data Systems Corp.; 
Industrialist) 

85/06/07-005 DEA Hostage- Rescue Operation 

85/06/07-012 

85/06/07-013 



85/06/07-050 George, Clair 



86/04/21-202 McFarlane, Robert 



85/06/07-026 Meese, Edwin 



85/06/07-012 North, Oliver 

86/04/21-200 

86/04/21-202 

86/06/10-400 



85/04/00-614 Offer of Private Funds for 
Hostages 



PIOWATY, JOHN (Resupply Pilot) 
86/06/25-301 Letter to North 



PLATT, NICHOLAS (Currently U.S. 
Ambassador to the Philippines; 
in 11/86, Special Assistant to 
the Secretary of State and 
Executive Secretary, DoS) 

86/11/25-900 Abrams, Elliott 



86/10/23-100 Hasenfus Crash 



85/12/06-100 Iran Initiative 



86/11/01-150 Kelly, John 



86/11/20-560 Sofaer, Abraham 



85/04/00-614 Poindexter, John 
86/06/10-400 



86/06/10-400 President Reagan 



85/06/07-026 President Reagan's Letter, 
1/11/86 



PHOENIX MISSILES 

86/03/02-100 Second Iranian's Request 



POINDEXTER, ADM. JOHN (Assistant to 
President Reagan for National Security 
Affairs, 12/4/85-11/25/86) 

86/00/02-637 Absolute Oeniability 



85/04/25-235 Abrams, Elliott 

85/07/01-050 

86/00/09-195 

86/00/09-248 

86/06/10-101 



86/04/28-250 Abu Nidat 
86/04/28-255 



85/12/05-040 Advisory Paper 



PICKERING, THOMAS (Currently U.S. 
Ambassador to Israel; Ambassador 
to El Salvador, 1983-85) 

84/12/21-215 Rodriguez, Felix 



86/00/01-055 Afghanistan 



86/01/15-140 Agent 
86/01/16-291 
86/01/17-351 
86/01/17-352 



PILLSBURY, MICHAEL (DoD Employee) 
86/03/31-500 Leak 



86/11/19-351 Agent Using Residuals 



86/00/04-760 Alakazar, Monzer 



364 



180 



Date Topic 

86/10/11-116 Allen, Charles 

86/10/17-102 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 



85/12/09-154 "already pregnant for 500" 
86/01/02-060 



86/11/21-624 Altered Documents 



Date 



Topi e 



86/00/03-780 Ayatollah's Money 

86/00/20-040 

86/00/20-050 



85/08/16-200 Barnes Letter 



86/05/29-013 Bethesda PROF 

86/06/11-101 

86/06/11-103 



85/12/07-165 Alternative Proposals for 
Hostage Release 



86/00/02-644 "American people . . . don't 

86/00/04-727 want to know all of the 

86/11/13-027 details" 
87/07/21-251 



86/01/17-105 "appropriate payment" 



85/11/26-753 Arms Export Control Act 

85/11/26-754 

86/11/18-020 

86/11/21-581 



85/12/09-087 Arms for Hostages 

86/10/08-536 

86/10/08-537 

86/10/24-403 

86/11/13-030 

86/11/19-352 

86/11/21-441 



86/10/02-100 Bible, Inscribed 



86/06/10-090 Blowpipes 



84/10/03-326 Boland Amendments 

84/10/03-327 

84/10/03-328 

84/10/03-588 

85/01/15-150 

85/02/06-301 

85/03/06-170 

85/09/12-406 

85/12/04-154 

86/00/09-242 

86/07/21-122 

86/07/21-125 

86/07/21-126 

86/07/21-127 

86/07/21-110 

86/08/06-115 

86/08/06-224 

86/08/06-300 

86/10/18-200 

86/10/18-255 



86/11/03-120 Arms Sales to Iran 



85/12/04-255 Brown, Arthur 



85/09/14-180 Arms Shipments to Iran: First 
Awareness 



86/11/21-004 Attorney General's 

86/11/21-455 Investigation, 11/21-11/25/86 

86/11/21-475 

86/11/22-605 

86/11/24-183 



86/11/25-400 Attorney General's Press 

86/11/25-407 Conference, 11/25/86 

86/11/25-414 

86/11/25-416 

86/11/25-418 

86/11/25-470 



86/11/25-400 Attorney Hired 



85/04/11-277 Brunei 

85/07/01-050 

86/00/01-648 

86/01/07-222 

86/05/16-292 

86/06/10-101 



86/00/02-600 Buck Stops, Where the 

86/00/02-601 

86/11/25-314 



85/10/03-815 Buckley, William 



86/05/00-590 Cabinet Officers: Not Wanting 
To Know Details of NSC Contra 
Activities 



86/00/02-946 Authorization, Generally 
87/03/19-100 



86/06/10-090 Calero, Adolfo 



86/07/28-200 Avirgan-Honey Lawsuit 



86/05/14-300 Cannistraro, Vincent 



365 



181 



Date 

85/04/00-616 
85/10/03-815 
85/12/05-113 
85/ 12/09 086 
85/12/09-171 
86/00/03-500 
86/00/03-510 
86/00/03-690 
86/00/03-700 
86/00/03-710 
86/00/04-709 
86/00/09-242 
86/00/09-247 
86/00/09-280 
86/00/09-415 
86/01/07-352 
86/01/07-353 
86/01/15-140 
86/01/16-291 
86/01/17-075 
86/01/18-105 
86/01/18-110 
86/05/00-550 
86/05/15-385 
86/05/15-405 
86/07/15-200 
86/07/15-201 
86/10/11-116 
86/10/11-118 
86/10/24-402 
86/10/24-403 
86/11/18-040 
86/11/18-161 
86/11/18-162 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/22-510 
86/11/22-512 
86/11/24-183 
86/12/10-210 



Topic 
Casey, UiLliam 



Date 

86/11/21-097 
86/11/25-561 



Topic 



86/00/09-280 Casey's Offer to Buy Aircraft 
for Contras Personally 



85/04/00-618 Cash to Contra Leaders 
86/00/09-195 



86/07/21-120 Categorical Responses, Debate 
over 



86/01/17-075 Cave, George 
86/10/08-525 
86/10/08-527 
86/10/08-715 



85/04/11-270 Central American Tour, 12/85 

85/07/01-118 

85/12/05-980 

85/12/09-040 

85/12/09-050 

85/12/09-051 

85/12/09-060 

85/12/10-050 

85/12/12-200 

86/00/09-196 



86/01/02-095 Channel, a New: 1/86 



85/12/04-154 Channel I, Carl 



86/11/22-505 
86/11/22-506 
86/11/22-507 
86/11/22-508 
86/11/22-509 
86/11/22-512 



Casey, William: 
11/22/86 



Lunch, 



82/07/12-100 Clark, William 



86/00/09-248 Clarridge, Duane 



86/00/02-511 Commissions 
87/07/15-050 



84/03/27-150 Casey, William: Memo, 3/27/84 



86/11/21-635 Computer Expert 



86/10/24-401 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 

86/10/24-402 

86/10/24-403 



86/11/20-534 
86/11/20-535 
86/11/22-507 



Casey, William: Taped 
Conversation, 11/86 



86/11/25-560 Conflicts with North's Hearing 

86/11/25-561 Testimony 

86/11/25-562 

86/11/25-563 



86/11/12-200 Congressional Briefing, 11/12 
86/11/12-201 or 11/13/86 



86/11/20-400 
86/11/21-531 
86/11/21-532 
86/11/20-534 
86/11/20-536 
86/11/20-537 
86/11/20-538 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/20-543 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-091 



Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



86/11/13-050 Congressional Briefings, 
11/13/86 



86/11/13-050 Congressional Briefing, 
86/11/18-161 11/21/86 



86/11/18-162 
86/11/20-543 
86/11/21-087 
86/11/21-088 



366 



182 



Date Topic 

86/11/21-090 
86/11/21-091 
86/11/21-092 
86/11/21-097 
86/11/21-098 
86/11/21-099 



86/12/16-050 Congressional Immunity 
86/12/16-100 



85/08/16-200 Congressional Inquiries about 

85/08/16-430 North 

85/08/16-431 

85/08/16-434 

86/07/21-110 

86/08/06-220 

86/08/06-221 



85/12/04-255 Congressional Notification 

85/12/05-010 

86/01/07-147 

86/01/17-105 

86/11/17-020 

86/11/20-532 



Date Topic 

85/12/09-051 
85/12/09-060 
86/00/09-196 
86/01/01-500 



86/09/25-100 Costa Rican Airstrip: Exposure 
86/09/30-100 



86/09/05-238 Costa Rican Airstrip Press 
86/09/05-239 Conference 
86/09/05-241 
86/09/05-245 



84/10/03-210 Country 2 Contributions to the 

84/12/04-250 Contras 

85/02/00-630 

85/02/00-631 

85/04/11-271 

86/05/16-291 

86/05/16-470 

86/06/16-080 

86/06/16-150 



86/00/02-637 Covert Action 



87/07/21-250 Congressional Opposition to a 
87/07/21-251 President's Policies 
87/07/21-252 



86/00/07-255 Covert Operation 

86/00/07-256 

86/00/07-621 



85/04/11-270 Contra Aid 

85/04/11-271 

86/04/04-107 

86/05/02-530 

86/05/16-443 

86/05/16-444 

86/05/16-446 

86/05/16-448 

86/05/16-471 

86/10/18-250 



86/05/23-926 Coy, Craig 

86/11/07-330 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/07-332 

86/11/25-465 



86/11/16-200 Cubic Volume of HAUKs and TOUs 
Shipped to Iran 



86/10/18-140 Contra Aid: "Bad Advice" for 
the President 



86/10/11-115 Damage Control Plan 



86/10/18-140 Contra Aid Compromises 



86/10/08-250 Dangerous World 
87/07/21-251 



86/00/03-781 Conversations with Attorneys 



86/00/03-781 Conversations with Wife 



86/11/20-531 Cooper, Charles 

86/11/20-543 

86/11/20-544 

86/11/21-475 



86/10/08-421 Dawa Prisoners 

86/10/08-526 

86/10/08-527 

86/10/08-531 

86/10/08-703 

86/10/08-715 

86/10/08-716 

86/10/08-870 

86/10/10-300 

86/12/14-100 



86/11/25-400 Corroboration 



85/04/11-270 Costa Rican Airstrip 

85/12/09-040 

85/12/09-041 

85/12/09-045 

85/12/09-050 



86/10/05-300 DeGraffenreid, Ken 
86/10/05-305 



86/11/25-404 Delay in Telling His Story 
86/11/25-405 



367 



183 



Topic 



Deniabi lity 



Date 

86/00/02-510 
86/00/02-511 
86/00/02-514 
86/00/02-630 
86/00/02-631 
86/00/02-635 
86/00/02-636 
86/00/02-637 
86/00/02-638 
86/00/02-646 
86/05/02-511 
86/10/05-210 
86/10/05-305 
86/11/24-180 
86/11/25-400 



86/00/02-514 Deniabi lity Defined 



83/07/12-110 Department of Defense Aid to 
Contras 



86/03/31-500 Department of Defense: Leaks 



86/11/12-100 DoJ Investigation of the Iran 
Initiative 



86/10/07-125 DoJ Investigations 



86/05/00-550 Department of State 



86/01/07-158 DoS and DoD Hostage Release 
Alternatives 



86/04/07-309 
86/10/05-305 
86/11/21-444 
86/11/21-450 
86/11/21-452 
86/11/21-455 
86/11/21-510 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-515 
86/11/21-581 
86/11/21-723 
86/11/21-730 
86/11/22-507 
86/11/23-352 
86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-561 



85/04/11-271 
85/04/11-277 
85/11/18-405 
85/12/00-111 
86/00/01-055 
86/00/01-056 
86/00/01-648 
86/00/02-510 
86/00/02-514 
86/00/02-515 
86/00/02-520 
86/00/02-521 
86/00/02-523 
86/00/02-525 



Destroyed Documents 



Diversion 



Date 

86/00/02-632 

86/00/02-637 

86/00/02-638 

86/00/02-640 

86/00/02-644 

86/00/02-646 

86/00/02-650 

86/00/02-652 

86/00/02-653 

86/00/02-654 

86/00/02-655 

86/00/02-720 

86/00/02-810 

86/00/02-965 

86/00/03-690 

86/00/03-720 

86/00/03-780 

86/00/03-781 

86/00/03-782 

86/00/04-709 

86/00/04-713 

86/00/04-722 

86/00/04-726 

86/00/04-727 

86/00/04-770 

86/01/16-292 

86/01/16-293 

86/01/17-315 

86/01/17-350 

86/01/17-618 

86/04/04-106 

86/04/04-107 

86/04/07-309 

86/05/02-511 

86/05/02-515 

86/05/16-444 

86/05/16-470 

86/05/16-471 

86/05/29-013 

86/10/05-305 

86/10/11-116 

86/10/11-118 

86/10/24-402 

86/11/13-050 

86/11/18-177 

86/11/18-650 

86/11/19-351 

86/11/21-092 

86/11/21-115 

86/11/21-116 

86/11/21-117 

86/11/21-120 

86/11/21-445 

86/11/21-512 

86/11/22-508 

86/11/22-509 

86/11/24-178 

86/11/24-180 

86/11/24-185 

86/11/24-187 

86/11/24-188 

86/11/25-010 

86/11/25-130 

86/11/25-132 

86/11/25-310 

86/11/25-311 

86/11/25-313 

86/11/25-314 

86/11/25-318 

86/11/25-319 

86/11/25-324 

86/11/25-408 

86/11/25-418 



Topic 



368 



184 



Date 

86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-561 
86/11/25-563 
86/11/25-564 
87/07/21-200 



Topic 



Date 

86/09/20-260 
86/09/20-270 



Topic 
Dutton Photo Album 



86/08/08-295 Earl, Robert 



86/00/04-709 Diversion: Accountability 



86/01/07-352 Economy Act 



Diversion: Authorization 



86/00/02-513 
86/00/02-629 
86/00/02-642 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/25-727 



86/00/02-523 Diversion Decision 



84/12/04-005 End-User Certificates 



86/00/01-648 
86/00/03-505 
86/00/04-120 
86/00/04-130 
86/00/04-131 
86/00/04-140 
86/00/04-500 
86/00/04-501 
86/00/04-502 
86/00/04-503 
86/00/04-702 
86/04/04-105 
86/04/04-105 
86/04/04-107 
86/04/04-118 
86/04/04-119 
86/04/04-125 
86/04/07-309 
86/10/05-305 
86/11/13-024 
86/11/21-515 
86/11/23-510 
86/11/23-512 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-562 
86/11/25-563 



86/04/04-010 
86/04/04-011 



86/04/07-309 
86/10/05-305 



Diversion Memoes ) 



Diversion Memo: Text 



Diversion: Nothing in Writing 



86/11/25-155 Diversion: Public Disclosure 



86/04/04-105 
86/11/24-170 



86/00/03-170 
86/09/15-500 
86/09/15-560 
86/09/15-570 



Diversion: "surprised there 
was anything in writing" 



Diversions, Other 



86/12/14-100 Dunbar, Charles 



Enterprise 
Erria 



Fall Guy Plan 



86/00/04-713 



86/05/14-300 
86/05/15-385 
86/05/15-405 
86/05/15-410 
86/05/15-411 



86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-780 
86/11/21-790 
86/11/21-795 
86/11/25-130 
86/11/25-132 
86/11/25-135 
86/11/25-407 
86/11/25-434 
86/11/25-561 



86/00/03-780 FBI Contact, 11/86 



86/10/07-125 FBI Investigations 



86/10/11-117 



85/12/04-007 

85/12/05-100 

85/12/05-110 

85/12/05-111 

85/12/05-113 

85/12/05-120 

85/12/05-123 

85/12/05-124 

85/12/05-126 

85/12/05-640 

85/12/05-650 

85/12/05-656 

85/12/05-658 

85/12/05-660 

85/12/05-670 

85/12/05-700 

86/01/07-351 

86/11/13-022 

86/11/13-023 

86/11/13-024 

86/11/19-352 

86/11/21-095 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21- 

86/11/21-431 

86/11/21-432 

86/11/21-440 

86/11/21-441 



Fielding, Fred 
Finding, 12/5/85 



-096 
-099 
•106 



369 



185 



Date Topic 

86/11/21-443 
86/11/21-444 
86/11/21-445 
86/11/21-481 
86/11/21-482 
86/11/21-487 
86/11/22-512 
86/11/25-564 



86/01/06-530 Finding, 1/6/86 

86/01/07-351 

86/01/07-355 



86/01/07-356 Finding, 1/6/86: President's 
Signing 



85/12/05-124 Finding, 1/17/86 

85/12/05-660 

85/12/05-670 

85/12/09-086 

86/01/07-147 

86/01/07-351 

86/01/07-352 

86/01/07-356 

86/01/16-291 

86/01/17-110 

86/11/13-023 

86/11/21-431 



86/01/07-350 Finding, 1/17/86: Cover Memo 

86/01/17-000 

86/01/17-105 

86/01/17-106 

86/01/17-210 

86/01/17-215 

86/01/17-216 

86/01/17-712 



Date 

86/00/04-140 
86/11/13-024 



Topic 



86/04/16-090 Frankfurt Meeting, 4/86 

86/10/08-524 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 

86/10/08-526 

86/10/08-527 



86/10/11-112 
86/10/11-113 
86/10/11-116 
86/10/11-118 
86/10/17-102 
86/10/24-401 
86/10/24-402 
86/10/24-403 



86/07/15-201 
86/07/15-220 
86/10/11-116 
86/11/20-544 



85/11/20-299 
85/12/09-085 
85/12/09-086 
85/12/09-170 
85/12/09-171 
85/12/09-172 
86/00/01-055 
86/00/01-056 
86/01/11-105 
86/01/11-250 
86/04/03-150 
86/05/23-115 
86/10/17-102 



Furmark, Roy 



Gates, Robert 



Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



86/01/17-105 Finding, 1/17/86: President's 

86/01/17-106 Briefing 

86/04/04-106 



85/01/22-130 Finding for Contra Support 



85/12/07-400 Findings, 12/85-1/86 
85/12/07-401 



86/11/10-040 



86/01/09-150 



86/00/02-995 
86/08/08-295 
86/11/25-319 



Ghorbanifar, Manucher: 
"Israeli agent" 



Godson, Roy 
Gregg, Donald 



86/01/07-350 Findings, 1/86 
86/11/10037 



86/03/24-100 



Gun-Running Charges Against the 
Contras 



86/11/21-442 Findings, Generally 



86/01/17-350 Findings, Iran 



85/12/09-086 
86/00/04-726 
86/01/17-618 
86/07/15-225 



Hakim, Albert 



85/03/06-170 Findings, Nicaragua 
85/03/06-171 



85/12/05-040 Findings: Retroactivity 



86/00/03-720 Fitness Report 



86/04/04-118 



86/00/02-630 
86/00/02-636 
86/04/07-309 
86/10/05-220 
86/10/05-300 



Hall, Fawn 
Hasenfus Crash 



370 



186 



Date 

86/10/05-305 
86/10/07-125 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



86/04/16-120 Hostage Release Plan 
86/05/24-710 



85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/11/18-405 
85/11/20-299 
85/11/20-305 
85/11/20-307 
85/11/20-330 
85/11/22-800 
85/11/25-900 
85/11/26-051 
85/11/26-700 
85/11/26-750 
85/11/26-753 
85/11/26-754 
85/12/04-007 
85/12/05-814 
86/11/12-201 
86/11/13-015 
86/11/16-200 
86/11/16-201 
86/11/18-020 
86/11/18-161 
86/11/18-162 
86/11/18-163 
86/11/18-164 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/20-543 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-004 
86/11/21-087 
86/11/21-088 
86/11/21-090 
86/11/21-092 
86/11/21-095 
86/11/21-096 
86/11/21-097 
86/11/21-098 
86/11/21-099 
86/11/21-581 
86/11/21-582 
86/11/22-507 



86/11/25-408 
87/07/21-200 



84/09/02-160 
84/09/02-161 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



Hearing Testimony 



Helicopter for the Contras 



85/12/04-008 Hostage to the Hostages, U.S. 
as 



House Resolution of Inquiry on 
North (see Resolution of 
Inquiry on North) 



85/03/25-100 Humanitarian v. Other Aid (see 

85/04/11-265 also Lethal v. Non-Lethal 

85/04/11-275 Distinction) 

85/04/11-276 

85/04/11-277 



86/10/08-526 Hussein, President Saddam 

86/10/08-533 

86/10/08-870 



86/11/25-320 "I shook hands with everybody 
and left the office" 



86/12/16-100 Immunity, Congressional 

86/04/04-107 Impact of Overcharging Iranians 

86/11/25-405 Independent Counsel 

86/01/17-748 Inspector General's Report 



86/01/25-000 Intelligence Request by 
Iranians 



84/10/03-326 Intelligence Oversight Board 

84/10/03-327 (lOB) Opinion 

85/09/12-405 

85/09/12-406 

86/07/21-125 



86/10/02-090 Intelligence to Iran 



86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-561 
86/11/25-562 
86/11/25-563 



Hearing Testimony: Conflicts 
with North's Testimony 



86/11/21-801 History's Judgment 



85/12/09-087 Hizballah 



84/11/15-170 Intelligence-Passing to the 
Contras 



86/01/17-315 Iran Arms Transactions: 
F i nanc i ng 



85/12/04-250 Iran Arms Transfers: Logistics 



86/00/02-514 Holloway, James 



85/12/12-200 Iran-Contra Report 
86/06/24-090 



85/09/20-805 Hostage Release Operations 



85/12/05-670 Iran Findings: "handled 

outside of our normal system" 



371 



187 



Date 



Topic 



85/09/14-180 Iran Initiative 

85/12/04-200 

85/12/04-201 

86/01/17-075 

86/09/15-575 

86/11/03-120 



Date 



Topic 



86/09/15-505 Israeli Proposal of Trainers 
for Contras 



86/11/25-155 Israeli Responsibility for 
Diversion: 11/86 Proposal 



86/02/01-100 Iran Initiative: 

Administration Views 



86/10/08-536 Iran Initiative: Goals 
86/10/08-537 



86/01/22-010 Israeli Role in Iran Initiative 



86/00/03-170 Israeli Operations 

86/09/15-560 

86/09/15-570 



86/11/12-200 Iran Initiative: Public 
Disclosure 



86/11/13-025 Iran Initiative: Recap 



86/05/00-550 Israelis 



85/04/11-278 Issues Brought to the President 
85/04/11-279 



86/01/07-350 Iran Initiative: 
86/01/07-351 Restructuring, 1/86 
86/01/07-352 
86/01/07-353 



86/11/01-150 Jacobsen, David: Release 
86/07/29-225 Jenco, Lawrence: Release 



85/09/14-101 I ran- Iraq War 

85/12/09-083 

86/01/17-215 

86/01/17-216 

86/01/17-712 

86/01/17-745 

86/09/22-050 



85/09/14-100 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985: 
85/09/14-101 President's Approval 
85/09/14-102 



86/04/07-210 Jensen, D. Lowell 



83/07/12-110 Joint Chiefs of Staff 



86/11/18-155 Keel, Alton 

86/11/22-505 

86/11/22-506 



86/11/01-150 Kelly, John 



86/05/00-550 Iranian Ambassador's Statement 
to the U.N. 



86/01/17-315 Khashoggi, Adnan 
86/10/11-116 



84/12/04-250 Israel 
86/05/16-291 



86/09/15-500 Israel, "Joint Initiative" 



85/08/16-430 Kimmitt, Robert 



86/02/00-040 KL-43S 
86/08/26-310 



86/11/07-305 Israeli Advice After Exposure 
of Tehran Trip 



86/11/16-203 Israeli Arms Sales to Iran 



85/11/22-800 Lake Resources 



85/11/18-400 Lake Resources, $1 Million 
85/11/18-405 Deposit, 11/85 



86/09/12-900 Israeli -Captured Arms for the 

86/09/13-100 Contras 

86/09/15-501 

86/09/15-505 



86/09/15-575 Israeli Goals in the Iran 
Initiative 



86/09/15-505 Israeli Proposal of Arms for 
Contras 



85/04/11-279 Leaks 
86/04/14-208 



85/11/25-700 Ledeen, Michael 

85/11/26-851 

85/12/04-201 

86/01/16-655 

86/01/16-660 

86/11/19-100 



82-742 - 88 — 13 



372 



188 



Date 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



85/11/26-850 Ledeen, Michael: "talked too 
much" 



86/00/03-782 Legal Defense 



86/10/11-117 Legal Opinions on Diversion 



85/03/25-100 Legislative Strategy on Contra 
Aid 



85/03/06-170 Lehman, John 



86/00/09-310 



85/08/16-432 



86/00/01-512 
86/00/02-615 



Lethal V. Non-Lethal 
Distinction (see also 
Humanitarian v. Other Aid) 



Letters to Congress About 
North, 1985 



Lies and Truths 



85/12/09-171 
86/00/02-514 
86/00/09-195 
86/00/09-247 
86/01/22-010 
86/04/16-110 
86/05/29-013 
86/06/10-090 
86/06/11-103 
86/06/16-080 
86/07/21-110 
86/07/21-125 
86/07/21-127 
86/08/06-220 
86/10/03-100 
86/11/07-001 
86/11/15-002 
86/11/18-155 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/18-346 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/19-100 
86/11/20-531 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-347 
86/11/24-179 
87/07/07-135 



85/12/04-255 
86/01/17-351 



85/12/09-085 
85/12/09-171 
85/12/09-180 



Logistics of Iran Arms Transfer 



London Meeting, 12/8/85: 
President's Briefing 



86/07/21-110 



86/08/06-220 



McFarlane's Letter to Barnes, 
9/12/85: "I would not have 
been as categorical ... as 
Mr. McFarlane" 



McFarlane's Response to 
Congress 



86/11/22-505 



Lunch with Casey and North, 
11/22/86 



86/00/03-781 HcMahon, Bernard 



84/10/03-210 
85/01/15-150 



84/09/02-160 
84/10/03-210 
84/12/04-005 
84/12/04-250 
85/01/22-130 
85/02/00-630 
85/02/06-150 
85/03/25-100 
85/04/11-271 
85/04/11-277 
85/04/22-200 
85/08/00-020 
85/08/16-200 
85/09/14-100 
85/09/14-101 
85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/11/20-307 
85/11/26-753 
85/11/26-850 
85/12/04-007 
85/12/04-153 
85/12/04-154 
85/12/05-780 
85/12/05-781 
85/12/05-814 



McFarlane Litany: "I just 
simply don't recall it" 



McFarlane, Robert 



85/12/05-660 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/25-000 
86/11/21-095 



84/10/03-327 
85/09/12-406 
85/12/04-255 
85/12/05-113 
85/12/07-164 
85/12/07-400 
85/12/07-401 
86/01/07-105 
86/01/07-137 
86/01/07-145 
86/01/07-351 
86/01/07-355 
86/10/07-124 
86/10/24-085 
86/11/17-020 
86/11/17-040 
86/11/18-020 
86/11/18-040 
86/11/20-532 
86/11/20-537 
86/11/20-542 
86/11/21-004 
86/11/21-022 
86/11/21-106 



McMahon, John 



Meese, Edwin 



373 



189 



Date 

86/11/21-475 
86/11/24-004 
86/11/24-185 
86/11/24-187 
86/11/24-188 
86/11/25-310 
86/11/25-311 
86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-319 
86/11/25-405 
86/11/25-408 
86/11/25-445 
86/11/25-446 
86/11/25-526 
86/11/25-727 



Topic 



Date Topic 

85/02/06-100 Monimbo 

85/02/06-150 

85/02/06-300 

85/02/06-301 

85/02/06-310 

85/02/06-311 



85/12/04-255 National Security Act 



85/12/04-010 National Security Adviser 

85/12/04-015 

85/12/04-201 

87/07/15-050 



86/11/23-512 Meese-North Interview, 11/23/86 



86/11/24-178 Meese-Poindexter Interview, 

86/11/24-179 11/24/86 

86/11/24-180 



86/11/25-408 Meese-Poindexter Interviews, 
86/11/25-418 11/24-11/25/86 



86/11/25-433 Meese-Poindexter Meeting, 
11/25/86 



85/12/05-814 Meese-Shultz Interview, 
11/22/86 



86/11/16-200 "Meet the Press," 11/16/86 
86/11/16-201 



85/04/11-278 Memory, His 

86/00/04-140 

86/11/13-024 

86/11/18-162 

86/11/21-090 



85/07/01-050 Miami Meeting, 7/85 
86/05/16-470 



86/04/07-210 Miami U.S. Attorney's 
Investigation 



86/00/04-726 Micromanagement 
86/08/06-115 



81/06/00-100 NSC/NSC Staff 

84/10/03-326 

84/10/03-327 

84/10/03-328 

84/10/03-588 

85/12/07-165 

86/00/02-640 

86/00/02-646 

86/00/07-255 

86/00/07-256 

86/00/09-242 

86/00/09-247 

86/07/21-125 

86/07/21-126 

86/11/25-564 



86/00/09-247 NSC Staff Support for the 
Centres 



85/12/05-040 NSC Covert Operations: 

Operational Involvement 



85/09/14-102 NSDD Draft on Iran, 1985 
86/10/08-535 



86/01/06-160 NSPG Meeting, 1/6/86 



86/05/02-530 NSPG Meeting, 5/16/86 

86/05/16-290 

86/05/16-291 

86/05/16-292 

86/05/16-444 

86/05/16-448 



86/11/24-160 NSPG Meeting, 11/24/86 



86/07/21-126 Micromanaging North 



87/07/15-050 Navy Uniform 



85/12/07-705 Moderate Iranians 
86/05/24-710 



86/11/25-132 "never felt that we were doing 
anything illegal" 



85/12/07-707 Moderate or Pragmatic Iranians 
85/04/00-614 Money in North's Office Safe 



86/11/21-087 Newsom, Eric: Memo, 11/28/86 



82/07/12-100 Nicaragua Finding Proposed, 
7/82 



374 



190 



Date 



86/04/04-107 



85/11/26-851 
85/12/04-201 
85/12/09-086 
86/01/16-290 
86/01/22-010 



86/10/08-350 
86/10/08-405 
86/10/08-524 
86/10/08-530 
86/10/08-533 
86/10/08-535 
86/10/08-750 
86/10/08-870 
86/10/10-300 



85/09/14-100 
85/09/14-101 
85/11/26-750 
85/12/04-201 
85/12/07-400 
86/00/02-515 
86/01/02-030 
86/01/02-031 
86/01/02-032 
86/01/02-050 
86/01/02-051 
86/01/02-060 
86/01/02-065 
86/01/04-100 
86/01/04-110 
86/01/07-145 
86/01/07-350 
86/09/10-100 
86/09/13-100 
86/11/07-305 
86/11/25-155 



86/04/16-110 



84/03/27-195 

84/10/03-161 

84/10/20-149 

84/11/07-330 

84/11/15-170 

85/02/06-150 

85/03/06-170 

85/03/06-171 

85/04/00-610 

85/04/00-617 

85/04/00-618 

85/04/11-275 

85/04/11-277 

85/04/25-235 

85/07/01-050 

85/07/01-118 

85/08/00-020 

85/08/16-430 

85/11/20-299 

85/11/22-800 

85/11/25-900 

85/11/26-850 

85/11/26-851 

85/12/04-154 



Topic 

Nicaraguan Humanitarian 
Assistance Office (NHAO) 



Nimrodi, Yaacov 



9-Point Plan 



Nir, Ami ram 



No Arms Deliveries Before 
Hostages Released 



North, Oliver 



Date 

85/12/04-201 

85/12/05-010 

85/12/05-113 

85/12/05-980 

85/12/07-400 

85/12/07-401 

85/12/09-050 

85/12/09-051 

85/12/09-085 

85/12/09-086 

85/12/09-171 

85/12/10-050 

86/00/02-515 

86/00/02-523 

86/00/02-629 

86/00/02-653 

86/00/02-965 

86/00/03-690 

86/00/03-780 

86/00/04-120 

86/00/04-502 

86/00/04-709 

86/00/04-713 

86/00/04-722 

86/00/04-726 

86/00/04-770 

86/00/09-155 

86/00/09-195 

86/00/09-196 

86/00/09-240 

86/00/09-241 

86/00/09-242 

86/00/09-249 

86/00/09-280 

86/00/09-310 

86/00/09-415 

86/00/09-812 

86/01/07-351 

86/01/07-353 

86/01/15-140 

86/01/16-291 

86/01/16-292 

86/01/16-293 

86/01/17-075 

86/01/17-315 

86/01/18-105 

86/02/00-040 

86/04/03-150 

86/04/04-010 

86/04/04-011 

86/04/04-105 

86/04/04-106 

86/04/04-107 

86/04/04-118 

86/04/07-309 

86/04/16-090 

86/04/16-110 

86/04/16-120 

86/04/28-250 

86/05/00-590 

86/05/00-601 

86/05/02-503 

86/05/02-508 

86/05/05-200 

86/05/08-900 

86/05/15-385 

86/05/15-405 

86/05/16-443 

86/05/16-446 

86/05/16-447 

86/05/16-448 

86/05/16-470 

86/05/23-115 



Topic 



375 



191 



Date 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



86/05/27-195 
86/06/10-090 
86/06/10-400 
86/06/11-103 
86/06/16-150 
86/07/15-050 
86/07/15-200 
86/07/15-201 
86/07/21-125 
86/07/21-126 
86/07/28-200 
86/07/29-200 
86/07/29-201 
86/08/06-115 
86/08/06-116 
86/08/06-117 
86/08/06-220 
86/08/06-221 
86/08/06-223 
86/08/06-224 
86/08/06-225 
86/08/08-295 
86/09/05-238 
86/09/05-239 
86/09/05-241 
86/09/08-100 
86/09/10-100 
86/09/12-900 
86/09/13-100 
86/09/15-501 
86/09/15-510 
86/09/15-511 
86/09/20-050 
86/09/22-050 
86/10/05-220 
86/10/05-305 
86/10/08-405 
86/10/08-524 
86/10/08-525 
86/10/08-526 
86/10/08-527 
86/10/10-300 
86/10/11-120 
86/10/11-200 
86/11/07-305 
86/11/07-332 
86/11/18-177 
86/11/18-155 
86/11/18-170 
86/11/19-100 
86/11/20-531 
86/11/20-544 
86/11/21-004 
86/11/21-116 
86/11/21-160 
86/11/21-433 
86/11/21-441 
86/11/21-444 
86/11/21-455 
86/11/21-475 
86/11/21-500 
86/11/21-510 
86/11/21-511 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/21-515 
86/11/21-582 
86/11/21-780 
86/11/21-795 
86/11/22-506 
86/11/22-507 
86/11/22-510 
86/11/22-605 



86/11/23-500 
86/11/23-510 
86/11/23-512 
86/11/24-170 
86/11/24-180 
86/11/24-800 
86/11/24-801 
86/11/25-130 
86/11/25-132 
86/11/25-155 
86/11/25-339 
86/11/25-470 
86/11/25-560 
86/11/25-561 
86/11/25-562 
86/11/25-563 
87/07/07-135 



86/11/21-004 
86/11/21-091 
86/11/21-099 
86/11/21-430 
86/11/21-452 
86/11/21-580 
86/11/21-581 
86/11/21-582 



86/04/04-105 
86/11/21-116 
86/11/23-512 
86/11/24-170 



North, Oliver: Brings 
Poindexter His Notebooks, 
11/21/86 



North, Oliver: Call to 
Poindexter, 11/23/86 



84/11/07-330 North, Oliver: Discretion 



86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-338 
86/11/25-400 



86/11/21-795 



86/00/09-248 



86/10/07-053 
86/07/15-050 



85/04/00-616 
86/11/22-505 

86/08/06-227 



84/09/02-160 
84/09/02-161 



North, Oliver: Dismissal 



North, Oliver: Following Poindexter 
"down the other side of the hill" 



North, Oliver: Keeping the 
Centres Al ive 



North, Oliver: Leaks 



North, Oliver: Ledger 



North, Oliver: Lunch with 
Poindexter and Casey, 11/22/86 



North, Oliver: Meeting with 
HPSCI Members, 8/86 



North, Oliver: Memo, 9/2/84 



85/01/15-150 North, Oliver: Memo, 1/15/85 



376 



192 



Date 



Topic 



85/12/09-080 North, Oliver: Memo, 12/9/85 

85/12/09-083 

85/12/09-085 



86/01/07-355 North, Oliver: Memo, 1/4/86 



86/07/29-225 North, Oliver: Memo, 7/29/86: 
President's Approval 



86/07/30-050 North, Oliver: Memo, 7/30/86 



86/09/08-120 North, Oliver: Memo, 9/8/86 



Date Topic 

86/00/04-502 Nothing in Writing on Diversion 

86/08/07-200 Office of Public Diplomacy 



86/11/18-161 Oil-Drilling Equipment 

86/11/20-538 

86/11/20-544 



86/05/27-075 Oil Prices 



86/05/02-516 O'Neill, Thomas P. 
86/11/25-313 



86/05/15-385 North, Oliver: Operational Role 



83/07/12-110 Operation Elephant Herd 



85/11/20-330 North, Oliver: PROF, 11/20/85 



85/12/04-007 North, Oliver: PROF, 12/4/85 
85/12/09-171 



86/05/16-470 North, Oliver: PROF, 5/16/86: 
$6 Million Available to 
Contras 



86/05/02-503 North, Oliver: Proposal To 
Seize Part of Nicaragua 



86/11/25-132 North, Oliver: Scapegoat 



86/04/28-225 North, Oliver: Security System 
86/04/28-255 



85/09/14-101 Operation Staunch 
86/10/08-537 



86/09/15-510 Other Covert Operations Funded 
86/09/15-511 by Iranian Arms Sales 



86/04/07-300 "Our Boss" PROF, 4/7/86 

86/04/07-309 

86/04/07-310 

86/11/25-561 

86/11/25-562 



86/00/04-502 Overcharging Iranians 



84/10/20-149 Owen, Robert 

84/10/20-150 

86/00/09-195 



86/04/28-225 North, Oliver: Threatened 



85/04/00-616 North, Oliver: Traveler's Checks 

85/04/00-617 

86/11/04-300 

85/04/25-235 North, Oliver: Weapons 
86/00/09-195 Procurement for Contras 



86/12/16-100 Pardon, Presidential 
88/03/25-100 



82/07/12-100 Pastora, Eden 



85/08/16-430 Pearson, Robert 



86/05/16-471 Northern Front of the Contras 

85/07/01-050 Not Involved with Money 

85/12/04-021 Notes 

85/11/25-900 Notes, 11/25/85 



86/01/07-060 Notes, 1/7/86 

86/01/07-061 

86/01/07-062 



86/09/15-501 Peres, Shimon 



85/04/00-614 Perot, H. Ross 
86/06/10-400 



86/05/16-446 Phasing North out of the Contra 
Program 



86/03/31-500 Pillsbury, Michael 



86/00/02-637 Plausible Deniability 
86/11/21-795 



86/01/17-105 Notes, 1/17/86 



86/11/21-487 Political Embarrassment 



377 



193 



Date 



Topic 



Topic 



86/00/09-196 "Possibility" v. "Recollection" 
86/04/10-115 



85/11/26-753 Powell, Colin 

85/11/26-754 

85/12/04-200 



85/12/07-705 
86/10/08-535 



Pragmatic Iranians 



85/12/07-707 Pragmatic or Moderate Iranians 



84/10/03- 

84/10/03- 

85/01/22- 

85/02/00- 

85/03/25- 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/07/01- 

85/08/00- 

85/09/14- 

85/09/14- 

85/10/03- 

85/11/26- 

85/12/04- 

85/12/04- 

85/12/04- 

85/12/05- 

85/12/09- 

85/12/09- 

85/12/09 

85/12/09 

86/00/01 

86/00/02 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02 

86/00/02 

86/00/02 

86/00/02 

86/00/02 

86/00/02 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/09 

86/00/09 

86/00/09 

86/01/07 

86/01/07 

86/01/07 

86/01/17 

86/01/17 

86/02/24 

86/04/03 

86/04/04 

86/04/10 

86/04/16 

86/05/02 

86/05/02 

86/05/02 

86/05/16 

86/05/16 

86/05/16 

86/05/16 



161 
210 
130 
630 
100 
270 
271 
275 
276 
278 
279 
050 
020 
100 
102 
815 
051 
007 
008 
153 
113 
041 
050 
051 
085 
648 
514 
525 
629 
638 
642 
644 
652 
653 
780 
781 
782 
155 
247 
249 
062 
351 
356 
350 
351 
-600 
•150 
-118 
-115 
090 
515 
516 
530 
291 
446 
447 
448 



President Reagan 



Date 

86/05/23-115 
86/07/28-200 
86/07/29-201 
86/10/08-524 
86/10/08-525 
86/10/08-526 
86/10/08-527 
86/10/08-530 
86/10/08-531 
86/10/08-533 
86/10/08-535 
86/11/07-305 
86/11/13-015 
86/11/13-027 
86/11/13-030 
86/11/19-351 
86/11/21-116 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/24-183 
86/11/24-187 
86/11/25-311 
86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-319 
86/11/25-324 
86/11/25-400 
86/11/25-404 
86/11/25-405 

86/11/25-470 
86/11/25-561 
87/03/19-100 
87/04/28-100 
88/03/25-100 



86/11/25-314 Presidential Commission 



86/12/16-050 
86/12/16-100 



86/11/21-443 
86/11/21-444 



87/07/21-260 
86/10/08-525 



85/04/11-278 
85/04/11-279 
85/12/04-020 
85/12/04-021 
85/12/04-153 



Presidential Pardon 



Presidential Records Act 



President's Authority 



President's Briefing on Second 
Channel Discussion 



President's Briefings 



85/12/07-169 President's Daily Briefing 



86/11/25-470 



86/11/19-352 



President's "Departure Letter" 
to Poindexter, 12/3/86 



President's Directive to 
Provide Information to 
Congress 



378 



194 



Date 



Topic 



86/05/02-516 President's News Conference, 

86/05/02-530 11/19/86 

86/11/18-250 

86/11/19-320 

86/11/19-321 



86/05/02-503 President's Proposal of 

86/05/02-506 Unilateral Action for the 

86/05/02-510 Contras 
86/05/02-511 



Date 

86/09/13-100 
86/09/15-501 



86/08/07-200 
84/09/02-160 
86/01/17-618 



Topic 



Raymond, Walter 



Reading, Generally 



Reasonable Compensation 



85/12/04-255 Pricing of TOWs and HAWK Spare 
Parts 



86/00/09-196 
86/04/10-115 



"Recollection" v. "Possibility" 



86/01/16-292 Pricing of Weapons 

86/01/16-293 

86/01/17-350 



86/01/17-351 Private Blank Check 



Private Donors 



85/04/11-275 
85/04/25-235 
85/12/04-154 
86/00/09-195 
86/05/16-447 



85/12/04-153 Private Network 



85/12/05-113 
85/12/07-169 
86/05/16-443 
86/05/16-446 
86/05/19-180 
86/05/19-185 
86/11/22-505 
86/11/22-510 
86/11/24-178 
86/11/25-310 
86/11/25-311 
86/11/25-313 
86/11/25-314 
86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-319 
86/11/25-408 



Regan, Donald 



85/08/16-200 
86/10/05-300 



86/11/18-160 
86/11/18-163 
86/11/18-170 



86/00/04-713 
86/01/16-292 
86/01/16-293 
86/01/17-106 
86/01/17-315 
86/04/04-106 
86/07/15-225 



85/12/04-153 
86/07/15-200 
86/07/15-201 
86/07/15-218 
86/07/15-225 
86/07/28-200 



86/00/03-780 
86/11/21-441 
86/11/21-482 



86/00/03-780 
86/11/25-408 
85/11/20-307 



Problem Memos 



PROF System 



Profit 



Project Democracy and 
Reorganization Plan 



Protecting the President 



"psychic income" 



Questions Not Asked 



Rabin, Yitzhak 



85/08/16-200 



85/09/14-101 
85/09/14-102 
85/11/20-299 
85/11/26-051 
85/12/05-010 
85/12/09-085 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/07-806 



86/11/25-012 
86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-319 
86/11/25-330 
86/11/25-335 
86/11/25-336 
86/11/25-339 
86/11/25-400 
86/11/25-404 
86/11/25-405 
86/11/25-407 
86/11/25-409 
86/11/25-416 
86/11/25-433 
86/11/25-465 



86/11/25-410 
86/11/25-322 

86/11/24-051 



Reger, Brenda 
Replenishment 



Resignation 



Resignation Announced 



Resignation Anticipated 



Resignation Determined 



379 



195 



Date Topic 

86/11/24-180 
86/11/24-800 
86/11/25-005 
86/11/25-308 
86/11/25-310 
86/11/25-313 



86/11/24-400 Resignation Discussed 



86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-319 
86/11/25-320 



Resignation: "in the tradition 
of the captain accepting 
responsibi li ty" 



86/11/25-025 Resignation Not Determined 



86/11/25-313 
86/11/25-314 
86/11/25-320 



86/11/25-400 
86/11/25-404 



86/06/24-100 
86/07/21-100 
86/07/21-120 
86/07/21-121 
86/07/21-122 
86/07/21-150 
86/08/06-051 
86/08/06-101 
86/08/06-115 
86/08/06-116 
86/08/06-117 
86/08/06-200 
86/08/06-202 
86/08/06-220 
86/08/06-221 
86/08/06-223 
86/08/06-224 
86/08/06-225 
86/08/06-227 
86/08/06-250 
86/08/06-300 
86/08/11-050 



85/07/01-630 



85/12/09-060 
86/00/09-196 
86/00/09-249 
86/00/09-310 
86/04/10-115 
86/06/10-090 
86/07/15-200 
86/09/30-100 



86/11/24-800 
86/11/24-801 



Resignation Submitted 



Resigned Too Fast 



Resolution of Inquiry on North 



Restricted Interagency Group 
(RIG) 



Resupply Operation 



Risks 



Date 

85/12/09-060 
86/00/09-196 
86/08/08-295 



86/05/00-601 
86/05/00-607 
86/05/04-100 



Topic 



Rodriguez, Felix 



Rowland, Tiny 



86/07/15-220 Sale of Second Operation to CIA 



86/00/01-055 Sandinistas and Iranians 



85/11/26-851 
85/12/04-201 
85/12/09-086 
86/01/16-290 
86/01/22-010 



86/01/17-745 
86/05/00-550 
86/09/08-120 
86/10/03-100 
86/10/08-525 
86/10/08-527 
86/10/08-535 
86/10/08-536 
86/10/08-537 
86/10/08-870 
86/11/13-027 
86/11/22-508 



Schwimmer, Adolph 



Second Channel 



86/06/21-570 Second Channel Opened 



85/09/20-805 Robertson, Pat 



85/04/25-235 
85/07/01-050 
85/09/14-180 
85/11/18-405 
85/11/20-299 
85/11/22-800 
85/11/26-851 
85/12/04-007 
85/12/04-250 
85/12/09-050 
85/12/09-060 
85/12/09-080 
85/12/09-085 
85/12/09-086 
86/00/04-709 
86/00/04-713 
86/00/04-722 
86/00/04-726 
86/00/09-195 
86/00/09-196 
86/00/09-241 
86/01/07-352 
86/01/07-353 
86/01/15-140 
86/01/16-292 
86/01/16-293 
86/01/17-350 
86/01/17-351 
86/01/17-352 
86/01/17-355 
86/01/17-618 
86/01/18-100 
86/01/18-105 



Second, Richard 



380 



196 



Date Topic 

86/01/18-110 
86/04/28-225 
86/05/15-405 
86/05/16-470 
86/07/15-225 
86/07/21-126 
86/07/28-200 
86/10/05-220 
86/10/08-525 
86/10/08-527 
86/10/08-531 
86/11/16-203 
86/11/19-351 
86/11/25-470 



85/12/08-415 Second, Richard: "a very 
effective operator" 



86/01/17-315 Second, Richard: Engineering 
Use of Iran Arms Money for 
Contras 



86/01/16-291 Second, Richard: "hand 
holding" 



86/01/16-291 Second, Richand: Losing Money 

86/01/16-292 

86/01/17-315 



Date 

85/12/07-165 
86/00/09-248 
86/01/07-220 
86/01/07-221 
86/01/07-222 
86/01/17-067 
86/01/22-010 
86/03/11-100 
86/05/00-590 
86/05/00-595 
86/05/00-600 
86/05/00-601 
86/05/00-602 
86/05/00-604 
86/05/00-605 
86/05/00-607 
86/05/00-608 
86/05/00-620 
86/05/05-200 
86/05/16-292 
86/05/17-040 
86/05/17-045 
86/06/10-090 
86/06/10-110 
86/06/16-150 
86/07/26-120 
86/10/08-715 
86/10/08-870 
86/11/04-100 
86/11/04-120 
86/11/21-022 
86/11/24-150 
86/11/24-155 



Topic 



87/05/07-000 Second, Richand: Meeting, 
5/7/87 



84/12/04-250 Singlaub, John 



85/07/01-050 Second, Richard: Pnivate 

Logistics Onganization for 
Contnas 



86/05/19-185 Secnecy 



86/00/03-781 SSCI Testimony, 12/86 



86/11/16-200 Single Ai ncnaf t-Load of Arms 
86/11/16-201 



86/11/19-321 Single Cargo Plane-Load of Arms 



86/05/16-446 $6 Mi 1 1 ion Avai lable 



84/09/02-160 "slow reader" 



86/07/29-200 Sequential Release of Hostages 

86/07/29-201 

86/09/03-100 

86/09/10-100 



86/07/30-050 Sequential Release of Hostages: 
86/09/08-120 President's Approval 



86/10/08-524 7- Point Plan 



86/01/17-105 Smith, William French 



86/05/02-515 Sofaer, Abraham 

86/11/18-500 

86/11/18-501 

86/11/20-532 

86/11/20-537 

86/11/20-543 



86/02/28-280 Shultz, Briefing of 
86/02/28-300 



84/09/02-161 Solicitation 
85/01/15-150 



85/02/00-631 Shultz, George 

85/09/14-100 

85/12/05-810 

85/12/05-812 

85/12/05-814 

85/12/05-900 



85/12/04-154 Solicitation by USG 



86/03/24-100 Southern Air Transport 
86/10/07-110 Investigation 
86/10/07-120 



381 



Date 

86/10/07-125 
86/10/24-085 



Topic 



Date 

86/10/18-200 
86/10/18-201 



Topic 



197 



85/07/01-118 Southern Front 
85/12/09-050 



86/01/07-351 Sporkin, Stanley 

86/01/18-100 

86/01/18-105 

86/01/18-110 



86/05/00-595 "Standing Down" Defined 
86/05/00-600 



86/05/00-550 Standing Down on the Iran 

86/05/00-595 Initiative 

86/05/00-600 

86/05/00-602 

86/05/00-608 

86/05/00-609 



86/07/21-126 Steele, James 



84/09/02-161 System IV 
86/11/21-633 



84/10/03-326 Thompson, Paul 

85/08/16-200 

85/11/20-307 

85/12/05-113 

86/04/04-105 

86/05/16-700 

86/07/21-110 

86/08/06-220 

86/10/11-117 

86/11/20-532 

86/11/21-022 

86/11/21-441 

86/11/21-455 

86/11/22-605 

86/11/24-170 



86/00/03-782 Time Magazine, 4/6/87 



86/05/00-550 TOW Transaction, 2/86 



86/01/17-745 TOWS Sold to Iran 



85/12/00-111 3-Way Trade Proposal 



86/11/21-635 System IV Tampering 



85/07/01-117 Tambs, Lewis 
85/07/01-118 
85/12/09-050 
86/07/21-126 



86/04/03-150 Tehran Trip, 5/86 

86/04/22-200 

86/05/23-115 

86/05/24-001 

86/05/24-710 

86/05/25-100 

86/05/27-195 



86/04/16-090 Tehran Trip: Preparations 

84/12/04-250 Teicher, Howard 

86/11/13-030 Telegrams 

86/07/28-200 Terrell, Jack 



86/05/16-448 Third-Country Bridge Funding 
for the Contras 



84/12/04-250 Third-Country Support for the 

85/01/15-150 Contras 

85/04/11-275 

85/04/11-276 

85/08/00-020 

86/05/16-291 



86/11/25-318 "tradition of a captain 
86/11/25-319 accepting responsibility" 



86/11/25-320 "tradition of a naval officer 
accepting responsibility" 



86/10/08-527 U.S. Defense of Iran 
86/10/08-533 



86/09/15-575 U.S. Goals in the Iran 
Initiative 



86/01/17-748 U.S. Military Readiness 

86/08/06-227 Vacation, 8/86 

85/09/20-805 Van Atta, Dale 

85/12/09-087 "very dangerous world" 

85/02/00-631 Vessey, John 



85/12/05-113 Vice President Bush 

85/12/06-855 

86/00/02-995 

86/01/07-007 

86/04/03-299 

86/04/03-305 

86/11/25-155 

86/11/25-311 

86/11/25-319 



382 



198 



Date 



Topic 



84/12/04-250 Vice President Bush: Israeli 
Leverage 



86/01/07-007 Vice President Bush's Task 

Force Report: Meeting, 1/7/86 



Date 

86/11/18-346 
86/11/19-100 
86/11/20-100 
86/11/21-090 
86/11/21-096 
86/11/25-560 



Topic 



85/03/06-170 Walker, David 
85/03/06-171 



84/10/03-327 Wallison, Peter 

86/10/11-117 

86/11/20-532 



86/04/03-150 Washington Meeting, 4/3-4/4/86 



86/00/03-782 Washington Post, 3/8/87 



86/08/08-295 Watson, Samuel 



85/12/04-255 Weinberger, Caspar 

85/12/07-165 

85/12/07-401 

86/00/09-248 

86/01/07-157 

86/01/15-140 

86/01/22-010 

86/05/17-040 

86/05/17-045 

86/10/30-010 



86/01/15-140 Weinberger on "agent for the 
CIA" 



85/09/14-101 Weir, Benjamin: Release 
85/09/14-102 



86/08/06-223 "Welt done" PROF, 8/11/86 

86/08/06-224 

86/08/06-225 

86/08/11-050 



86/00/02-655 What the American People Want 
To Know 



86/00/02-600 Where the Buck Stops 
87/08/12-101 



86/11/07-001 White House Chronologies 

86/11/07-330 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/18-155 

86/11/18-160 

86/11/18-161 

86/11/18-162 

86/11/18-163 

86/11/18-164 

86/11/18-170 

86/11/18-175 

86/11/18-177 

86/11/18-250 



84/10/03-327 White House Counsel 



85/08/06-020 
85/08/06-025 
85/12/07-140 



85/12/04-007 
85/12/04-201 
85/12/05-814 
85/12/07-090 
85/12/07-140 
85/12/07-141 
85/12/07-150 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-152 
85/12/07-154 
85/12/07-164 
85/12/07-165 
85/12/07-400 
86/01/07-145 



86/01/07-060 
86/01/07-061 
86/01/07-062 
86/01/07-105 
86/01/07-137 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/07-351 
86/01/07-355 
86/01/07-801 
86/01/07-806 
86/01/07-835 
86/01/16-121 
86/01/16-290 
86/01/16-291 



85/12/07-401 
86/01/07-105 
86/01/07-137 
86/01/07-145 
86/01/07-351 
86/01/17-290 
86/01/16-291 
86/11/18-020 



86/11/10-030 
86/11/10-035 
86/11/10-037 
86/11/10-040 
86/11/10-041 
86/11/10-100 



86/11/18-500 
86/11/18-501 



White House Meeting, 8/6/85 



White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



White House Meeting, 1/7/86 



White House Meeting, 1/16/86 



White House Meeting, 11/10/86 



White House Meeting, 11/18/86 



86/01/17-352 Who Should Get the Money 



383 



199 



Date 



Topic 



85/12/09-171 Why the Iran Initiative 
Continued 



86/05/00-620 Withholding Information 

86/10/18-200 

86/10/18-201 

86/11/21-092 



Date Topic 

85/06/17-100 NSDD (Draft) on Iran 



85/11/26-753 Poindexter, John 

85/11/26-754 

85/12/04-200 

85/12/04-255 



POLHILL, ROBERT (see HOSTAGES, U.S.) 



PRAGMATIC IRANIANS (see IRANIANS: 
MODERATES OR PRAGMATICS OR OTHER 
GROUPS) 



POSEY, THOMAS (Head, Civi I ian Material 
Assistance [formerly Civilian Military 
Assistance] ) 

86/04/07-215 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN (U.S. President, 
1981 -Present) 

(Alphabetized under subcategory 
"President Reagan," not "Reagan, 
Ronald," in all other entry listings) 

86/11/24-050 Academy Award Nomination 



POWELL, GEN. COLIN (National Security 
Adviser, Since 11/87; U.S. Army, 
V Corps, Europe, 1986-87; Military 
Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 
1983-3/86) 

85/11/26-753 Arms Export Control Act 



85/12/07-251 "baby . . . strangled in its 
cradle" 



85/12/04-255 Brown, Arthur 



85/11/26-754 Congressional Notification 
86/03/07-100 



85/11/26-753 HAWK Avai labi I i ty 
85/11/26-754 



85/11/15-251 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/17-120 

85/11/18-150 

85/11/26-750 

85/11/26-753 



85/11/18-120 HAWKS 

86/01/15-143 Iran Initiative, 1/86 

86/01/12-100 Koch, Noel 

85/11/15-251 McFarlane, Robert 



85/04/11-275 Advertising Campaigns for 
Centres 



87/08/12-100 
87/08/12-101 



86/01/17-350 
86/01/17-351 



86/07/29-225 



86/07/29-201 



85/12/09-087 
86/11/10-073 
86/11/13-030 
86/11/15-514 
86/11/19-326 
86/12/03-102 
87/03/04-100 
87/03/19-101 
87/03/19-103 
87/03/26-100 
87/08/12-100 



86/11/21-020 
86/11/21-531 
86/11/24-066 
86/11/25-446 



86/11/25-417 



85/11/26-060 



Address on the Iran-Contra 
Affair, 8/12/87 



Approval for Each Iran Arms 
Transaction 



Approval for HAWK Spare Parts 
Delivery, 7/30/86 



Approval To Ship HAWK Parts, 
7/30/86 



Arms for Hostages 



Attorney General 's 
Investigation, 11/21-11/25/86 



Attorney General's Press 
Conference, 11/25/86 



Authorization for Iran Arms 
Transactions 



384 



200 



Date Topic 

86/00/02-645 Authorization, Generally 

86/07/28-200 Avirgan-Honey Lawsuit 

86/10/02-100 Bible, Inscribed 

85/12/04-152 Body and Soul Instruction 

84/10/12-050 Boland II Signed 



Date Topic 

85/04/11-205 
85/04/11-276 
85/12/04-152 
85/12/04-153 
86/01/09-300 
86/05/16-440 



86/05/02-530 Contra Aid Alternatives 



86/10/18-140 Contra Aid: "Bad Advice" for 
the President 



85/12/07-103 Briefing After McFarlane's 
85/12/09-171 London Trip, 12/11/85 
85/12/09-180 



86/05/16-292 Brunei 



85/10/03-815 Buckley, William 



86/11/25-527 Built-in Conflict of Interest 
at the NSC 



84/10/03-161 Contra Aid: NSC Activities 

85/08/16-435 

85/12/09-050 

85/12/09-051 



85/04/11-260 Contra Aid: Sources 

85/04/11-265 

85/04/11-270 

85/04/11-275 



85/04/11-271 Contra Aid: Status 



84/05/00-702 Calero, Adolfo 
85/04/00-690 



85/12/05-114 Casey, William 

86/00/03-720 

86/01/09-300 

86/11/13-024 



85/03/16-090 Contra Fall -Back Plan Memo, 
85/03/16-100 3/16/85 



86/05/02-515 Contra Support Policies 
86/05/02-516 



85/03/21-500 Casey, William: Memo, 3/21/85 



86/11/21-020 Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



Contras: President's Unilateral 
Action Proposal (see Unilateral 
Action for the Contras) 



86/01/09-300 Cooked Intelligence Issue 



86/05/16-291 Comic Books 



85/09/21-100 Concern About Hostages 

85/09/21-150 

85/10/03-815 

85/12/04-008 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/07-140 

85/12/07-151 

85/12/09-171 

86/01/13-401 



84/10/03-130 Concern for Contras 



86/11/19-320 "Confused the presidential 
mind" 



86/12/16-100 Congressional Immunity 



84/02/07-100 Contra Aid 



85/04/11-270 Costa Rican Airstrip 

85/12/09-041 

85/12/09-060 

86/00/09-196 

86/00/09-247 

85/12/09-040 

85/12/09-045 

85/12/09-050 

85/12/09-051 



84/05/00-200 Country 2 Contributions to the 

85/02/00-600 Contras 

85/02/00-630 

85/04/11-205 

85/04/11-271 

36/06/16-080 



85/04/19-100 Covert Action Authorization 



86/11/13-002 Coy, Craig 

86/11/25-544 

86/11/25-545 



385 



201 



Date Topic 

86/00/02-644 Credibility 

86/06/21-676 Crowe, William 

87/05/27-100 Damage Created by the Press 



86/05/24-718 Dawa Prisoners 

86/10/08-421 

86/10/08-527 

86/10/08-531 

86/10/08-700 

86/10/08-701 

86/10/08-702 

86/10/08-715 

86/10/08-716 

86/12/14-200 



Date 

86/11/21-116 
86/11/21-117 
86/11/21-120 
86/11/21-512 
86/11/24-060 
86/ 11/24 062 
86/11/24-063 
86/11/24-400 
86/11/25-010 
86/11/25-318 
86/11/25-324 
86/11/25-400 
86/11/25-520 
86/11/25-561 
87/03/04-100 
87/03/19-100 
87/03/19-103 
87/08/12-101 
88/03/25-100 



Topic 



86/05/02-515 Decision-Making Processes 



86/11/25-410 



Diversion Announcement , 
11/25/86 



86/01/07-750 Decisive 
86/05/02-515 



86/11/25-030 Diversion Disclosed 



86/00/02-510 Deniability 

86/00/02-511 

86/00/02-514 

86/00/02-521 

86/00/02-630 

86/00/02-631 

86/00/02-635 

86/00/02-637 

86/00/02-640 

86/00/02-641 

86/05/02-511 



86/00/01-648 
86/00/03-720 
86/11/13-024 
86/11/24-062 



86/04/04-118 



Diversion Memo(s) 



Diversion Memo: Approval for 
Terms of Reference 



86/04/04-011 Diversion Memo: Text 



86/00/02-640 Deniability: "the whole idea 
of deniabi lity" 



87/08/12-101 "did not know about the 
diversion of funds" 



86/11/19-351 Directive To Inform Congress 



86/11/24-050 
86/11/24-051 
86/11/24-052 
86/11/25-025 



87/03/19-103 



Diversion: President Informed 



Diversion: "you would have 
heard me without opening the 
door to the office" 



86/00/01-648 Diversion 

86/00/02-513 

86/00/02-514 

86/00/02-610 

86/00/02-615 

86/00/02-629 

86/00/02-637 

86/00/02-638 

86/00/02-640 

86/00/02-641 

86/00/02-642 

86/00/02-652 

86/00/02-654 

86/00/03-780 

86/00/03-781 

86/00/03-782 

86/04/04-106 

86/05/02-510 

86/05/02-511 

86/05/02-515 

86/11/21-115 



85/07/03-101 DEA Hostage-Rescue Operation 



86/09/20-200 
86/09/20-250 
86/09/20-260 
86/09/20-270 



86/11/25-536 
86/11/25-537 
86/11/25-540 
86/11/25-545 



86/11/25-405 



Dutton Photo Album 



Earl, Robert 



Everybody Who Could Help Him 
Was Gone 



86/11/10-010 Executive Order 12170 



386 



202 



Date Topic 

85/06/07-052 Fake Saudi Prince, The 

8A/1 0/03 -800 Fall Guy Plan 



85/12/04-007 Finding, 12/5/85 

85/12/05-020 

85/12/05-110 

85/12/05-111 

85/12/05-113 

85/12/05-1U 

85/12/05-120 

85/12/05-125 

85/12/05-640 

85/12/05-650 

85/12/05-700 

86/11/13-022 

86/11/13-023 

86/11/13-024 

86/11/19-352 

86/11/21-095 

86/11/21-440 



86/01/06-150 Finding, 1/6/86 

86/01/06-530 

86/01/07-563 



Date 



Topic 



85/08/06-029 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/20-331 

86/11/13-015 

86/11/20-700 

86/11/21-020 

86/11/21-580 

86/11/22-163 

86/11/25-422 



85/11/16-100 HAWK Transaction, 11/85: 
President Authorizes 



85/11/16-100 HAWK Transaction, 11/85: 
85/11/20-303 President Informed 



87/03/19-101 Hizballah 



86/01/07-148 Hostages, U.S. 

86/05/24-718 

86/11/23-420 

87/03/04-100 



85/04/11-276 Humanitarian v. Other Aid 



86/01/06-500 Finding, 1/6/86: "if he agrees 
with it, he will often sign 
it" 



86/01/06-480 Finding, 1/6/86: "tendency if 
you put a piece of paper in 
front of him" 



85/12/07-103 Finding, 1/17/86 

86/01/17-060 

86/01/17-110 



86/10/02-090 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 
87/03/04-100 "full responsibility" 



86/07/29-314 Fuller, Craig: President's 
Speech, 11/13/86 



86/10/02-090 Galatians 3:8 



86/12/14-200 George, Clair 



86/04/16-090 "getting very annoyed at 
86/04/16-110 [Iranians'] continued 
stalling" 



85/07/30-100 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

85/11/00-000 

86/04/03-150 



87/01/27-100 "goals were worthy" 



86/10/08-526 Hussein, President Saddam 
86/10/08-870 



87/01/27-100 "I assume full responsibility" 

87/03/04-100 "I cannot escape responsibility" 

87/05/19-100 "I did nothing illegal" 

85/08/06-600 "I don't remember -- period" 

86/00/02-810 "I just didn't know" 



88/03/25-100 "I still think Ollie North is a 
hero" 



87/03/04-100 "I take full responsibility" 

86/11/25-404 "I wish somebody would tell me" 

87/03/26-100 "I won't make that mistake 
again" 



87/03/19-102 "I would not go down that same 
road again" 



86/11/10-037 "I'm being held out to dry" 



86/11/25-536 Important That He Not Know 

86/11/25-540 

86/11/25-545 



387 



203 



Date Topic 

87/03/19-103 Independent Counsel 



85/09/00-013 Informed After Summer 1985 TOW 
Shipment 



86/11/15-520 Intelligence on Iran 



86/10/08-305 Intelligence to Iran 



Date 



Topic 



85/07/11-010 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 

85/07/11-011 (see also TOW Transactions, 

85/07/30-100 Summer 1985) 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/06-029 

85/08/10-100 

85/08/10-101 

85/09/00-OU 

85/11/16-100 

86/11/07-001 

86/11/18-250 

86/11/18-346 



86/02/24-600 Iran 



85/08/06-600 Iran Arms Transactions: 
86/01/17-045 Authorization 
87/03/04-100 
87/03/19-101 



86/11/19-301 Israel: Role in the Iran 
87/03/19-102 Initiative 



86/11/07-300 Israel: Suggestions on 
86/11/07-305 Disclosure of Iran Initiative 



85/11/00-000 Iran Initiative, Generally 

86/00/01-180 

86/01/17-745 

86/11/21-338 

86/11/23-420 

86/11/25-417 



86/09/15-501 Israeli -Captured Arms for 
Contras 



86/09/15-505 Israeli Proposal of Trainers 
for Contras 



86/00/01-183 Iran Initiative: Objectives 

86/00/01-184 

86/05/24-718 

86/11/05-250 

86/11/13-010 

86/11/19-326 

86/12/03-102 

87/03/04-100 

87/03/19-101 



86/11/10-115 Iran Initiative: Policy 



88/03/25-100 Iran Initiative: President's 
Summary 



86/11/20-534 Iran Initiative: Public 
Disclosure 



87/03/04-100 "It was a mistake" 



87/03/19-102 Jacobsen, David 



86/11/07-030 Jacobsen, David: Statement 
After Release 



86/01/07-900 Joshua 

86/01/15-150 

86/01/15-151 



86/11/25-480 "just didn't know" 

86/11/25-510 

86/11/25-520 

86/11/25-540 



86/01/07-351 Iran Initiative: 

Restructuring, 1/86 



86/02/01-100 Iran Initiative: "solid in 
taking the position that we 
have to try" 



86/01/17-220 I ran- Iraq War 

86/01/17-255 

86/01/17-712 

86/11/10-037 

86/11/10-205 

86/11/10-206 

86/11/10-210 



85/07/30-100 Kimche, David 



85/04/11-275 Lafayette Escadrille 



85/07/11-010 Ledeen, Michael 

85/07/11-011 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/10-100 

85/08/10-101 

85/12/22-101 



87/03/26-100 "little like paying ransom to a 
kidnapper" 



85/12/07-710 Iran: Outlaw State 



85/12/07-103 London Meeting, 12/8/85: 
85/12/09-171 President's Briefing 
85/12/09-180 



388 



Date 
86/00/02-615 



Topic 
Management Philosophy 



Date 
86/10/08-700 



204 



Topic 
"never seen him so mad" 



-205 
-206 
-Oil 



84/10/03-161 

85/03/21-500 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/07/11- 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/00-020 

85/08/02-200 

85/08/06-600 

85/08/10-100 

85/11/00-000 

85/12/04-007 

85/12/04-153 

85/12/07-103 

86/05/24-001 

86/11/07-001 

86/11/18-250 

86/11/18-346 

87/03/19-101 

87/05/13-100 

87/05/16-100 



85/12/07-103 
85/12/09-171 
85/12/09-180 



86/11/21-020 
86/11/24-050 
86/11/24-051 
86/11/24-060 
86/11/24-062 
86/11/24-063 
86/11/24-400 
86/11/25-422 



86/11/21-321 



McFarlane, Robert 



McFarlane's Briefing on the 
12/8/85 London Meeting 



Meese, Edwin 



86/00/01-184 
86/11/13-030 
86/11/15-515 



86/11/13-030 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/19-270 
86/11/19-275 
86/11/19-276 
86/11/19-296 
86/11/19-300 
86/11/19-301 
86/11/19-320 
86/11/19-321 
86/11/19-325 
86/11/19-326 
86/11/19-330 
86/11/19-331 
86/11/19-332 
86/11/19-351 
86/11/19-352 
86/11/19-400 
86/11/20-700 



86/10/08-380 
86/10/08-530 
86/10/08-531 
86/10/08-533 
86/10/08-535 
86/10/08-700 
86/10/08-800 
86/10/08-870 
86/12/13-063 



86/04/16-110 



News Conference, 11/13/86 (see 
also Statements on Iran/Iran 
Initiative, 11/13/86) 



News Conference, 11/19/86 
(see also Statements on Iran/ 
Iran Initiative, 11/19/86) 



9-Point Plan 



"Mental Finding" 



No Arms Deliveries Before 
Hostages Released 



86/12/06-100 "mistakes were made" 



87/05/16-101 
84/10/03-131 



86/00/02-640 
86/00/09-247 
86/11/25-564 
87/01/26-100 



84/10/03-161 
85/08/16-435 
85/12/09-050 
85/12/09-051 



85/12/04-153 
86/05/02-530 
86/05/16-290 
86/05/16-292 
86/05/16-300 
86/05/16-301 
86/05/16-448 



"my idea to begin with" 



NSC Activities, Knowledge of 



NSC Staff 



NSC Support for the Contras 



NSPG Meeting, 5/16/86 



84/02/07-100 
84/10/03-131 
84/10/03-142 
84/10/03-160 
84/10/03-161 
84/10/03-175 
85/04/11-275 
85/06/07-052 
85/07/01-050 
85/12/04-152 
85/12/09-060 
86/00/02-950 
86/00/09-150 
86/00/09-155 
86/00/09-196 
86/00/09-231 
86/00/09-240 
86/00/09-241 
86/00/09-243 
86/00/09-244 
86/00/09-245 
85/00/09-249 
86/01/07-900 
86/03/16-100 
86/03/19-100 
86/04/03-150 
86/04/04-011 
86/04/10-115 
86/06/10-090 



North, Oliver 



389 



205 



Date Topic 

86/06/10-400 
86/06/03-100 
86/07/28-200 
86/10/02-090 
86/10/08-305 
86/10/08-306 
86/10/08-524 
86/10/08-526 
86/10/11-120 
86/11/21-116 
86/11/21-154 
86/11/21-180 
86/11/25-010 
86/11/25-460 
86/11/26-500 



86/11/25-480 North, Oliver: "American hero" 



86/00/09-155 North, Oliver: Contra Role 



86/11/24-063 North, Oliver: Dismissal 
86/11/25-410 



85/03/16-090 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/16/85 
85/03/16-100 



85/05/31-090 North, Oliver: Memo, 5/31/85 



85/12/09-085 North, Oliver: Memo, 12/9/85 



86/07/29-201 North, Oliver: Memo, 7/29/86 
86/07/29-225 



86/11/26-500 North, Oliver: "national hero" 



86/11/21-580 North, Oliver: Notebooks 



86/11/25-480 North, Oliver: President's 

86/11/25-510 Call, 11/25/86 

86/11/25-520 

86/11/25-530 

86/11/25-536 

86/11/25-540 



86/11/25-544 North, Oliver: President's 
86/11/25-545 Call, 11/25 or 11/26/86 



87/03/19-103 North, Oliver: PROF, 5/16/86 
86/05/02-515 "not ... a hip-shooter" 
86/00/02-615 "not a man for great detail" 



86/09/15-510 Other Covert Operations Funded 
86/09/15-511 by Iranian Arms Sales 



Date 

86/12/16-100 
88/03/25-100 



Topic 



Pardons, Presidential 



86/09/15-501 Peres, Shimon 



86/06/10-400 Perot, H. Ross 



86/04/07-300 "Our Boss" PROF 



84/10/03- 

85/02/00 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/04/11- 

85/07/01- 

85/08/00- 

85/10/03- 

85/11/25- 

85/12/04- 

85/12/04- 

85/12/04- 

85/12/05- 

85/12/05- 

85/12/09- 

85/12/09- 

85/12/09- 

85/12/09- 

85/12/09- 

85/12/09- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02- 

86/00/02 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/03 

86/00/09 

86/00/09 

86/00/09 

86/01/07 

86/01/07 

86/01/07 

86/04/03 

86/04/04 

86/04/10 

86/04/16 

86/05/02 

86/05/02 

86/05/02 

86/05/16 

86/05/16 

86/05/16 

86/05/16 

86/06/10 

86/07/28 

86/09/15 

86/10/08 

86/10/08 

86/10/08 

86/10/08 

86/10/08 

86/10/08 

86/11/07 

86/11/13 

86/11/21 



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270 
271 
275 
276 
278 
279 
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■008 
■153 
■113 
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-051 
•060 
-085 
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-629 
-637 
-638 
-640 
-644 
-652 
•720 
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-781 
-782 
155 
196 
-249 
■145 
351 
356 
150 
106 
115 
110 
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-030 
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Poindexter, John 



390 



206 



Date Topic 

86/11/25-324 
86/11/25-400 
86/11/25-404 
86/11/25-405 
86/11/25-564 
87/03/19-100 
87/04/28-100 



85/04/11-278 Poindexter, John: Briefings 

85/04/11-279 

85/12/04-020 

85/12/04-021 

85/12/04-022 

86/10/02-100 



Date Topic 

85/12/04-153 Private Network 



85/12/04-153 Project Democracy 
86/07/15-218 



86/07/28-200 Project Democracy Security 
Officer 



Proposal of Unilateral Action 
for the Contras (see 
Unilateral Action for the 
Contras) 



86/11/25-470 Poindexter, John: President's 
Letter, 12/3/86 



86/11/24-052 "punched in the stomach" 



86/11/24-063 Poindexter, John: Resignation 

86/11/25-308 

86/11/25-311 

86/11/25-313 

86/11/25-314 

86/11/25-318 

86/11/25-319 

86/11/25-320 

86/11/25-339 

86/11/25-410 

86/11/25-433 



85/11/00-000 Rabin, Yitzhak 



85/12/04-020 Reader, a 
86/05/16-291 



86/11/13-022 "reads everything you give him" 



87/03/04-100 Record Keeping 
87/03/19-100 



84/10/03-100 Policies Under Boland II 



86/11/21-010 Regan, Donald 



87/03/19-101 "policy 
into . 



. did deteriorate 
arms for hostages" 



85/12/05-815 Policy on Hostages 



86/11/25-410 "policy was seriously flawed" 



87/08/12-100 "preoccupation with the 
hostages" 



85/08/06-600 Replenishment 

85/11/00-000 

86/01/07-900 

86/08/06-022 

87/03/19-100 

87/03/19-101 



84/10/03-175 Resupply Operation 

86/00/09-244 

86/00/09-249 



86/11/19-300 "President had not been 
86/11/19-301 properly briefed" 



85/04/11-275 Private Donors 

86/05/16-301 

86/05/16-446 

86/05/16-447 

87/03/19-103 

87/03/19-105 



85/09/20-800 Robertson, Pat: Interview, 
85/09/20-805 9/20/85 



86/10/02-090 Second Channel 
86/10/08-526 



86/10/08-525 Second Channel: Briefed on 
Discussions 



86/03/27-400 Private Donors, Meetings With 

86/03/28-100 

86/03/28-120 

86/03/28-140 

86/05/16-440 

86/05/16-451 

86/05/16-600 

86/05/16-601 



86/06/21-570 Second Channel Opened 



81/00/00-101 Secord, Richard 

85/07/01-050 

85/12/09-040 

86/10/08-531 



391 



Date 



Topic 



85/07/30-050 Sequential Release of Hostages 

86/07/29-201 

86/09/08-120 



87/01/27-100 "serious mistakes were made" 



Date 
87/01/26-100 



Topic 

Statement to Tower Board on 
Contra Activities of NSC Staff 



Statements on Iran/Iran 
Initiative 



207 



86/10/08-305 7-Point Plan 

86/10/08-306 

86/10/08-524 



85/12/05-815 Shultz, George 

86/01/07-750 

86/01/07-810 

86/01/17-067 

86/10/08-700 

86/11/15-520 

86/11/19-270 

86/11/19-276 

86/11/20-700 

86/11/21-010 

86/11/22-163 

86/11/26-100 



86/08/00-030 Shultz' Proffered Resignations 



86/02/24-600 



86/00/02-644 
86/11/07-330 
86/11/12-000 
86/11/13-002 
86/11/13-010 
86/11/13-011 
86/11/13-022 
86/11/13-023 
86/11/13-024 
86/11/13-027 



86/11/18-250 

87/03/19-100 
87/03/19-101 
87/03/19-102 
87/03/19-103 



-- 2/24/86 



11/13/86 (see also News 
Conference, 11/13/86) 



11/19/86 (see also News 
Conference, 11/19/86) 



86/00/04-200 Signature 



86/05/16-448 $6 Million Available to Centres 



86/11/13-010 Single Cargo Plane-Load of Arms 
86/11/19-321 to Iran 



85/12/04-151 Solicitation, Generally 
87/05/03-105 



85/07/08-100 Speech on Iran, 7/8/85 
85/12/07-710 



87/01/27-100 State of the Union Message, 
1/27/87 



86/11/26-500 Statement on Oliver North, 
11/26/86 



86/11/24-200 
86/12/06-100 
87/03/04-100 
87/03/26-100 



87/05/16-100 

87/05/16-101 



88/03/25-100 
87/08/12-100 



-- 11/24/86 
-- 12/6/86 
-- 3/4/87 
-- 3/26/87 
-■ 5/16/87 

-- 3/25/88 



"stubborn in my pursuit of a 
policy that went astray" 



85/07/13-000 Surgery, 7/85 



86/05/16-301 Statement on Private Donors at 
5/16/86 NSPG Meeting 



87/05/16-100 Statement on the Iran-Contra 
87/05/16-101 Affair, 5/16/87 



87/08/12-100 Statement on the Iran-Contra 
87/08/12-101 Affair, 8/12/87 



87/06/16-100 Statement on the Iran-Contra 
Hearings, 6/16/87 



87/03/19-100 Swiss Bank Accounts 



85/07/01-500 
85/12/09-050 
85/12/09-051 
87/05/03-105 



86/04/03-150 
86/04/22-200 
86/05/23-115 
86/05/24-000 
86/05/24-001 



Tambs, Lewis 



Tehran Trip, 5/86 



87/03/04-100 Statement on Tower Board 
Report, 3/4/87 



86/05/23-115 Tehran Trip: Instructions 



392 



Date Topic 

86/07/28-200 Terrell, Jack 



86/05/16-448 Third-Country Bridge Funding 
for the Contras 



85/04/11-206 Third Country Seizes Arms 
Shipped to the Contras 



Date 

86/05/02-500 
86/05/02-503 
86/05/02-506 
86/05/02-510 
86/05/02-511 
86/05/02-515 
86/05/02-516 



85/04/00-690 UNO 



Topic 



Contras 



86/05/16-304 Third-Country Solicitation 
of Humanitarian Aid 



86/10/08-527 U.S. Defense of Iran 



85/02/00-630 
85/04/11-275 



Third-Country Solicitations for 
the Contras 



86/11/10-116 U.S. Policy on the Iran-Iraq 
86/11/10-117 War 



85/03/21-500 Third-Country Support for the 

85/04/11-270 Contras 

85/08/00-020 

85/12/04-151 

86/00/01-648 

86/05/16-291 

86/09/15-505 

87/05/03-105 

87/05/13-100 



87/03/04-100 "this happened on my watch" 



85/12/00-110 3-Way Trade Proposal 



85/08/06-029 
85/08/06-600 
86/01/07-145 
86/11/19-331 
86/11/19-332 
86/11/25-417 
86/11/25-422 



TOW Transactions, Summer 1985 
(see also Iran Proposals, 
Summer 1985) 



86/12/03-102 Vice President Bush 



85/08/06-600 Wallison, Peter 



86/11/15-520 "wasn't being given the right 
information" 



86/01/07-815 Weinberger, Caspar 



87/03/19-101 Weir, Benjamin 



86/11/18-250 Weir, Benjamin: Release 



86/00/02-601 Where the Buck Stops 
87/08/12-101 



86/11/18-250 White House Chronologies 



Tower Board/Tower Report 



84/10/03-140 
84/10/03-142 
85/08/06-600 
85/12/19-200 
86/00/07-220 
86/00/07-251 
86/00/09-245 
86/05/16-291 
87/01/26-100 
87/03/04-100 
87/03/19-101 
87/03/19-102 
87/03/19-103 
87/05/13-100 



86/11/19-301 TOWs Shoulder-Carried 

86/11/25-320 "tradition of a naval officer 
accepting responsibility" 

87/08/12-101 "ultimately accountable to the 
American people" 

86/00/20-050 Unilateral Action for the 



86/11/18-346 White House Chronologies: 
Gilding the President's 
Motives 



85/08/06-022 White House Meeting, 8/6/85 

85/08/06-100 

85/08/06-120 

85/08/06-121 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/07-140 



85/12/07-090 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 

85/12/07-100 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/07-140 

85/12/07-150 

85/12/07-151 

85/12/07-152 

85/12/07-154 

85/12/07-200 

86/01/17-810 



86/01/07-061 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 

86/01/07-810 

86/01/07-815 



393 



209 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/10-030 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 

86/11/10-035 

86/11/10-036 

86/11/10-037 

86/11/10-040 

86/11/10-041 



Date 



Topic 



PRINCE, FAKE SAUDI (see FAKE SAUDI 
PRINCE, THE) 



86/11/10-810 White House Press Statement on 
the Hostage Situation, 
11/10/86 



"PRIVATE BLANK CHECK" 

85/08/31-100 Generally 
85/08/31-103 



88/03/25-100 "whole extent of the so-called 
scandal" 



86/05/16-291 "would read everything" 



PRIVATE DONORS 

86/03/28-130 Advertising Costs 



86/05/16-291 "would try to read the whole 
thing" 



85/04/11-230 Altered Memo, 4/11/85 



86/03/28-130 Blowpipes 



PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS ACT 

86/11/21-443 Poindexter, John 
86/11/21-444 



85/05/24-110 Casey, William 



86/10/14-405 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



PRICE, CHARLES (U.S. Ambassador to 
the United Kingdom) 

86/05/00-600 Iran Initiative 

86/05/00-601 

86/05/00-607 

86/05/03-100 



86/05/00-601 Rowland, Tiny 



86/05/00-607 Shultz, George 



PRICING OF ARMS (see also TOW 
MISSILES) 

86/05/23-920 Iran Arms Transactions 
86/05/23-921 



86/05/23-921 Markup on Iran Arms Sates 



85/06/18-500 Coors, Joseph (see also COORS, 
85/06/18-510 JOSEPH) 



84/03/04-100 Fraser, Edie 



84/05/01-600 Garwood, Ellen (see also 

85/08/01-400 GARWOOD, ELLEN) 

85/09/02-100 

85/09/02-150 

85/09/02-175 

85/09/02-180 

86/01/01-100 

86/04/01-400 

86/04/01-430 

86/04/11-150 

86/04/15-150 

86/05/19-900 

86/12/01-500 



86/10/14-405 George, Clair 



85/06/18-500 Maules 
85/06/18-510 



PRINCE EBROHIN BIN ABDUL-AZIZ BIN 
SAUD L-MASOUDY (see FAKE SAUDI PRINCE, 
THE) 



85/03/16-097 McFarlane, Robert 

85/05/24-110 

85/09/12-110 

86/04/21-202 



85/09/18-100 Miller, Richard 



86/03/28-130 Munitions Lists 



86/03/28-135 North's Letters 



394 



210 



Date 



Topic 



84/03/04-100 North, Oliver 

85/03/16097 

85/05/24-110 

86/04/21-202 

86/05/16-447 

86/10/14-405 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/18-160 Poindexter, John 

86/11/18-163 

86/11/18-170 



86/01/17-351 Private Blank Check 



85/03/16-090 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/16/85 



86/11/21-678 Shredding Documents 



86/03/27-400 O'Boyle, William (see also 

86/03/28-100 O'BOYLE, WILLIAM) 

86/03/28-120 

86/04/29-300 

86/04/29-305 

86/04/29-310 

86/09/30-300 



PROJECT DEMOCRACY 

86/05/24-400 Avirgan-Honey Lawsuit 
86/07/15-215 



86/05/24-400 Benefactor Company 
86/07/15-215 



86/04/21-202 Perot, H. Ross 



86/05/16-447 Poindexter, John 



86/07/15-201 Casey, William 

86/07/15-217 

86/07/15-218 



86/05/16-301 President Reagan 

86/05/16-446 

86/05/16-447 

87/03/19-103 

87/05/03-105 



86/00/09-812 CIA 



86/09/05-238 Costa Rican Airstrip 
86/09/05-250 



86/03/27-400 President Reagan: Meetings 

86/03/28-100 with Private Donors 

86/03/28-130 

86/03/28-140 

86/04/01-430 



87/05/03-105 Solicitation 



86/07/15-250 Coy, Craig 



86/05/24-420 Defined 

86/07/15-218 

86/07/15-250 



86/05/24-420 Democracy Incorporated 



"PRIVATE PATRIOTIC AMERICANS" 
85/07/01-400 North's Term 



86/05/24-300 Dutton, Robert 

86/05/24-400 

86/07/15-216 



86/07/15-218 Gates, Robert 



PROFs/PROF SYSTEM (Professional Office 
[Computer] System) 

86/11/21-730 Destroyed 



86/11/18-160 Erased 
86/11/18-163 
86/11/21-431 
86/11/21-440 



85/08/31-100 Generally 



86/05/24-420 National Endowment for 

Democracy: No Connection 



86/00/09-812 North, Oliver 

86/05/24-420 

86/07/15-200 

86/07/15-201 

86/07/15-217 

86/07/15-250 



85/12/04-153 Poindexter, John 

86/07/15-201 

86/07/15-218 

86/07/15-220 

86/07/15-225 



395 



211 



Date 



Topic 



85/12/04-153 President Reagan 
86/07/15-218 



85/12/04-153 Private Network 



86/05/24-420 Project Hope: No Connection 



86/05/24-300 Reorganization Plan 

86/05/24-400 

86/07/15-200 

86/07/15-215 

86/07/15-216 

86/07/15-217 



Date Topic 

85/10/01-400 Costa Rican Airstrip 

86/04/20-200 End-User Certificates 

86/04/20-220 Ilopango 

85/07/01-000 Miami Meeting, 7/85 



85/12/15-100 Resupply Operation 

86/04/08-100 

86/06/16-300 

86/08/08-257 



86/07/15-220 Sale to CIA 



86/07/15-216 Secord, Richard 



86/05/02-080 Rodriguez, Felix 

86/06/25-300 

86/07/26-200 

86/07/26-300 



86/07/28-200 Security Officer 



84/07/00-101 Secord, Richard 



86/09/25-100 Udall Corp. 
86/09/30-100 



QADHAFI, MUAMMAR (Head of the State of 
Libya, Since 9/69) 

85/12/04-600 Allen, Charles 



85/12/15-300 Assassination Proposal 



85/12/15-300 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



RABIN, YITZHAK (Israeli Minister of 
Defense, Since 1984) 

86/09/12-900 Erria 



85/11/17-000 Geneva Call 



85/11/00-001 HAU< Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/15-250 

85/11/15-251 

85/11/15-252 

85/11/20-331 



85/12/04-504 Ledeen, Michael 

85/12/04-600 

85/12/15-300 



85/06/17-100 NSDD (Draft) on Iran, 1985 



86/09/15-501 Israeli -Captured Arms for 
Contras 



86/09/15-505 Israeli Proposal of Trainers 
for Contras 



85/12/04-504 North, Oliver 
85/12/15-310 



85/06/17-100 Weinberger, Caspar 



QUINTERO, RAFAEL (CHI-CHI) 
(Former CIA Operative; Involved 
with the Resupply Operation) 

84/07/00-101 Calero, Adolfo 



84/01/25-300 Castillo's <L-43 



85/07/29-111 Ledeen, Michael 



85/06/03-100 McFarlane Meeting, 6/85 



85/11/00-000 McFarlane, Robert 

85/11/00-001 

85/11/08-000 

85/11/15-250 

85/11/15-251 

85/11/15-252 

85/11/20-331 



86/09/12-900 North, Oliver 

86/09/13-100 

86/11/23-391 



396 



212 



Date Topic 

86/11/23-391 Oil-Drilling Equipment 

86/09/13-100 Poindexter, John 



Date 



Topic 



RAFSANJANI, HOJATOLISLAM ALI AKBAR HASHEMI 
(Speaker, Iranian Parliament) 

86/04/03-100 Cave, George 



85/07/29-111 Replenishment 

85/11/00-000 

85/11/15-250 

85/11/15-251 

85/11/15-252 

85/11/17-000 



86/12/13-060 Second Channel Continued 
Negotiations 



86/09/13-100 Second, Richard 



86/09/08-100 Iran Initiative 



86/04/03-100 "mastermind [ing] . . .behind 
the scenes" 



86/11/11-300 North Draft Statement, 11/11/86 



86/04/04-010 Tehran Trip, 5/86 
86/04/07-300 



86/11/15-515 Shultz, George 
86/11/19-276 



86/09/12-900 Soviet-Bloc Weapons for Contras 
86/09/13-100 



RASHEEO, KHALID 

86/03/13-100 Napier, Shirley 

86/03/13-100 Secord, Richard 



RADICAL IRANIANS (see IRANIANS: 
MODERATES OR PRAGMATICS OR 
OTHER GROUPS) 



RADIO SHACK 

86/06/25-301 Radar Detectors 



RAYMOND, WALTER, Jr. (Currently 
Assistant Director of USIA; 1982-83, 
Senior Director of Intelligence 
Programs, NSC Staff; From 7/83, 
Special Assistant to the President 
and International Director of 
Communications) 

86/08/07-200 Memo, 8/7/86 



RADIOS 

85/12/08-100 Congressional Authorization for 
Radios for the Contras 



86/05/30-100 Diversion 



REAGAN, NANCY 

86/11/24-900 "heads would have to roll" 

86/11/24-900 Regan, Donald 



85/10/07-500 Generally 

85/10/08-100 

86/00/03-100 



86/04/29-140 Miami Meeting, 4/86 



86/04/29-140 Motorola 
86/05/30-100 



REAGAN, RONALD (see PRESIDENT 
RONALD REAGAN; alphabetized under 
subcategory "President Reagan," 
not "Reagan, Ronald," in all other 
entry listings) 



86/04/29-140 Napier, Shirley 



REED, FRANK H. (see HOSTAGES, U.S.) 



397 



213 



Date 



Topic 



REGAN, DONALD (White House Chief of 
Staff, 1/85-2/87; Secretary of the 
Treasury, 1/81-1/85) 

86/05/24-718 "bait and switch" 



Date Topic 

86/01/06-530 Finding, 1/6/86 
86/01/07-804 



86/01/17-060 Finding, 1/17/86 
86/01/17-110 



86/02/27-151 "balls out for the wrong 
reason" 



86/01/17-105 Finding, 1/17/86: Cover Memo 



86/01/07-130 "born loser" 



86/01/07-830 Casey, William 

86/11/24-052 

86/11/25-005 

86/12/10-200 



86/11/24-700 Casey, William: Meeting with 

86/11/24-701 Regan, 11/24/86 

86/11/24-704 

86/11/24-705 

86/11/24-706 



85/11/20-303 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/23-230 

86/11/19-320 



86/11/24-900 "heads would have to roll" 



86/05/24-718 Hostages 



86/11/24-900 "I don't mind spears in the 
breast, it's knives in the 
back that concern me" 



86/11/19-320 "confused the presidential 
mind" 



86/12/08-050 
86/12/16-100 



Immunity, Congressional 



86/12/08-050 Congressional Immunity 
86/12/16-100 Discussed at the White House, 
12/86 



86/05/16-440 Contra Funding 
86/05/16-441 



85/12/07-103 
86/02/01-100 
86/02/27-151 
86/05/00-600 
86/05/00-607 
86/05/00-610 
86/11/15-516 



Iran Initiative 



85/12/07-169 Country 2 Contributions to the 
Contras 



86/01/07-830 Iran Initiative: "What the 
86/12/10-200 President wanted to do, 
[Regan] was for it" 



86/11/21-705 Diversion 

86/11/21-706 

86/11/24-050 

86/11/24-051 

86/11/24-052 

86/11/24-062 

86/11/24-063 

86/11/24-700 

86/11/24-701 

86/11/24-704 

86/11/24-706 

86/11/25-310 

86/11/25-313 



85/12/07-103 
86/02/27-151 
86/11/07-001 
86/11/18-155 



85/12/09-180 



86/11/21-011 
86/11/24-050 



McFarlane, Robert 



McFarlane's Briefing on the 
12/8/85 London Meeting 



Meese, Edwin 



86/11/25-137 Fall Guy Plan 



85/12/07-740 Moderate Iranians 



86/11/24-900 Fall Guy Plan: Derivation 



86/11/24-051 Financing of Iran Arms 
Transactions 



85/12/05-113 Finding, 12/5/85 
86/11/21-485 



86/00/09-244 
86/05/16-440 
86/05/16-441 
86/05/16-451 
86/05/16-600 
86/05/19-180 
86/05/19-185 
86/11/24-051 
86/11/25-137 
86/11/25-313 
86/11/26-510 



North, Oliver 



398 



214 



Date 

86/11/24-063 
86/11/25-308 
86/11/25-336 
86/11/25-410 
86/11/25-430 
86/11/25-550 



Topic 
North's Dismissal 



Date Topic 

86/11/24-900 Reagan, Nancy 



86/05/00-610 Rowland, Tiny 

86/05/00-615 

86/05/04-100 



86/11/24-051 
86/11/19-320 



86/12/08-050 
86/12/16-100 



NPH (No Profit Here) Deal 



Oil -Drilling Equipment 



Pardons Discussed, 12/86 



86/02/25-200 "rug merchant type of stuff" 
86/05/00-610 



86/11/25-336 "sauce for the goose" 



86/12/09-100 Second Channel Negotiations, 
86/12/12-100 12/86 



85/12/07-169 
86/01/07-804 
86/05/16-441 
86/05/16-443 
86/05/16-446 
86/05/19-180 
86/05/19-185 
86/09/08-120 
86/11/21-485 
86/11/22-510 
86/11/24-051 
86/11/24-178 
86/11/25-137 
86/11/25-314 
86/11/25-318 



Poindexter, John 



86/06/21-570 Second Channel Opened 

86/11/21-010 Shultz, George 

86/11/19-321 Single Cargo Plane-Load 

86/11/21-010 "something sure as hell was 
screwy" 

86/05/00-615 Syndication 



86/11/22-505 



Poindexter-Casey Lunch, 
11/22/86 



86/05/19-180 "talked to the press too much" 



86/11/25-310 
86/11/25-313 
86/11/25-314 



Poindexter- Regan Meeting, 
11/25/86 



85/08/06-600 TOW Transactions, Summer 1985 

86/11/19-331 

86/11/19-332 



86/11/24-063 
86/11/25-308 
86/11/25-310 
86/11/25-311 
86/11/25-313 
86/11/25-314 
86/11/25-319 
86/11/25-336 
86/11/25-410 
86/11/25-550 



Poindexter's Resignation 



85/08/06-600 Tower Commission 
86/11/25-550 



86/11/26-700 Tower Commission Formation 



86/11/24-051 Tower Commission Proposal 



86/11/10-041 "we are being hung out to dry" 



85/08/06-600 
86/11/21-010 
86/11/24-052 



President Reagan 



86/01/17-131 "when you get lousy advice, you 
get lousy results" 



86/11/24-050 



President's Academy Award 
Nomination 



86/11/19-322 White House Chronologies 
86/11/19-323 



86/11/19-320 
86/11/19-321 
86/11/19-322 
86/11/19-325 
86/11/19-330 
86/11/19-331 
86/11/19-332 
86/11/21010 



President's News Conference, 
11/19/86 



86/08/06-100 White House Meeting, 8/6/85 
86/11/19-332 



85/12/07-090 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 

85/12/07-100 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/07-150 

85/12/07-151 



399 



215 



Date 

85/12/07-152 
85/12/07-154 



Topic 



Date 

85/07/29-111 
85/09/04-502 
85/09/09-100 



Topic 



Ledeen, Michael 



86/01/07-804 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 



86/11/10-035 White House Meeting, 11/10/86: 

86/11/10-036 Notes 

86/11/10-037 

86/11/10-041 



87/02/28-100 White House "Shovel Brigade" 



REGER, BRENDA (NSC Archivist and Security 
Officer, Until 8/1/88) 

85/08/20-175 Barnes Letter to McFarlane 



85/03/05-225 Congressional Inquiries About 
85/08/16-200 North 



85/08/06-023 
85/09/04-502 
85/09/09-100 
85/11/00-000 
85/11/15-250 
85/11/15-251 
85/11/15-252 
85/11/20-330 
85/11/20-331 
85/12/07-103 
86/01/00-100 
86/01/15-120 
86/11/07-001 
86/11/18-350 
87/03/19-100 



85/09/14-101 
86/01/07-350 
86/01/07-900 
86/03/28-500 
86/04/07-290 



McFarlane, Robert 



Nir, Ami ram 



85/03/05-225 McFarlane, Robert 
85/08/16-200 



"RELATIVE, THE" (see also IRANIANS: 
CODE NAMES) 

86/10/02-090 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 
86/10/08-306 



North, Oliver 



85/11/20-299 
85/12/05-010 
85/12/09-085 
86/01/00-120 
86/01/07-900 
86/01/09-000 
86/01/15 120 
86/03/28-500 
86/04/07-290 



85/11/20-330 North, Oliver: PROF, 11/20/85 



86/10/29-250 Mainz Meeting, 10/86 



86/10/02-090 North, Oliver 



85/09/14-101 Poindexter, John 

85/09/14-102 

85/11/26-753 

85/12/09-085 

85/12/09-087 

86/01/07-350 



REPLENISHMENT 



85/11/26-753 Powell, Colin 



86/03/28-500 Diversion 
86/04/07-290 



86/04/04-011 Diversion Memo: Text 



85/08/06-022 President Reagan 

85/11/00-000 

86/01/07-900 

87/03/19-100 



85/11/17-300 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

86/11/20-299 

85/11/20-300 

85/11/20-330 

85/11/20-331 



85/12/06-798 Iran-Contra Report 



85/08/06-600 President Reagan: "I don't 
remember -- period" 



85/07/29-111 Rabin, Yitzhak 

85/11/00-000 

85/11/15-250 

85/11/15-251 

85/11/15-252 



85/08/06-023 Kimche, David 

85/09/09-100 

85/11/08-000 



400 



216 



Date Topic 

86/01/00-120 Replacement Cost 

86/01/00-101 Second, Richard 

85/08/06-600 Tower Board 



85/11/15-251 Weinberger, Caspar 

85/11/15-252 

86/01/07-900 



Date 

85/07/01-595 
85/07/01-596 
85/07/01-599 
85/07/01-600 
85/07/01-640 



85/07/01-600 3-Member 

85/07/01-610 

85/07/01-620 

85/07/01-630 

86/01/00-500 



Topic 



85/08/06-020 White House Meeting, 8/6/85 

85/08/06-022 

85/08/06-100 



85/07/01-610 Watson, Samuel 



86/01/07-806 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 



RESUPPLY OPERATION 
85/11/15-100 Abrams, Elliott 



RESTRICTED INTERAGENCY GROUP (RIG) 

85/07/01-600 Abrams, Elliott 
85/07/01-650 



85/07/01-650 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



85/11/15-100 ACE 

85/11/20-050 

86/02/01-250 



86/07/26-300 Armed Guards 

86/07/26-320 

86/07/26-330 



85/07/25-250 Costa Rican Airstrip 
86/12/09-300 



86/00/09-434 George, Clair 

85/07/01-115 McFarlane, Robert 

85/07/01-620 Melton, Richard 

85/07/01-630 Membership 



85/07/00-410 North, Oliver 

85/07/01-115 

86/00/09-160 

86/00/09-434 



85/07/01-630 Poindexter, John 

85/07/01-651 "put . . . together with bubble 
gum and bailing wire" 

85/07/01-620 RIGlet 
85/07/01-640 Shultz, George 



85/07/01-101 Tambs, Lewis 

85/07/01-114 

85/07/01-300 



86/07/27-330 Bermudez, Enrique 



85/12/15-001 Calero, Adolfo 

85/07/01-010 

86/04/10-230 



86/00/09-420 Casey, William 
86/00/09-470 



86/00/09-190 Castillo, Tomas 

86/04/12-100 

86/06/16-300 



85/10/01-510 Central American Task Force 

86/02/01-293 Chief (C/CATF) 

86/02/01-294 

86/03/00-800 

86/04/10-120 

86/04/10-122 

86/04/10-123 

86/07/12-100 

86/07/12-101 

86/07/12-102 

86/07/15-240 

86/08/12-130 

86/08/12-131 

86/09/09-300 



86/00/09-430 CIA 

86/00/09-440 

86/00/09-460 

86/00/09-470 

86/10/14-350 



401 



217 



Date 



Topic 



86/08/08-280 Clines, Tom 

86/08/08-281 

86/08/08-282 

86/08/08-283 

86/08/08-290 



86/07/26-200 Collapse 

86/07/26-300 

86/08/03-100 



Date 

85/09/00-002 
85/09/00-003 
85/11/18-100 
85/12/01-290 
85/12/15-090 
86/02/01-293 
86/02/01-294 
86/02/28-100 
86/03/00-650 
86/03/00-750 
86/03/00-800 



Topic 



Gadd, Richard 



86/09/30-100 Costa Rican Airstrip 



86/07/15-250 Coy, Craig 



85/09/00-003 DeGaray, Edward 



84/10/03-860 
86/04/10-120 
86/07/15-230 
86/08/12-131 
86/10/14-200 
86/10/14-300 
86/10/14-350 



George, Clair 



86/07/15-250 Democracy, Inc. 



86/00/09-600 Department of Defense 



85/09/20-100 
85/12/15-100 
86/08/08-282 



Green, Mr. 



86/08/08-100 Department of State 
86/08/12-100 



86/08/08-282 Diversion 



86/04/07-250 Drugs 
86/04/07-255 



86/03/00-800 Duemling, Robert 



86/09/20-200 Dutton Photo Album 

86/09/20-250 

86/09/20-260 



86/05/02-000 Dutton, Robert 

86/05/02-050 

86/05/02-450 

86/05/19-100 

86/05/24-200 

86/06/00-500 

86/06/05-300 

86/07/01-400 

86/08/00-300 



86/08/03-100 
86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-200 
86/08/08-250 
86/08/08-252 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-256 
86/08/08-257 
86/08/08-290 
86/08/08-295 
86/08/12-100 
86/08/12-115 
86/08/12-116 
86/08/12-130 
86/11/07-050 



85/08/22-300 
86/05/02-400 
86/05/02-450 
86/05/02-460 



86/04/10-100 
86/04/10-101 
86/04/10-110 
86/04/10-120 
86/04/10-122 
86/04/10-200 



Gregg, Donald 



Legal Concerns 



Lethal Drop 



86/07/31-100 Earl, Robert 
86/08/08-252 



86/02/05-200 Mechanic 



86/02/01-300 Equipment Problems 

86/06/25-301 

86/08/08-256 

86/08/08-280 

86/08/08-290 

86/08/12-121 



85/07/01-010 Miami Meeting, 7/85 
86/04/10-230 



85/08/22-300 Neutrality Act 



85/12/15-090 Financing 



86/03/00-750 Flights 



84/07/00-163 North, Oliver 

84/07/00-168 

85/02/15-001 

85/08/22-110 

85/08/22-115 



402 



218 



Date 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



85/08/22-130 
85/08/22-220 
85/09/20-090 
85/09/20-100 
85/10/01-510 
85/11/15-100 
85/12/09-060 
85/12/15-090 
85/12/15-100 
86/00/09-190 
86/00/09-196 
86/00/09-249 
86/00/09-310 
86/02/28-100 
86/03/00-800 
86/04/08-100 
86/04/10-095 
86/04/10-100 
86/04/10-101 
86/04/10-110 
86/04/10-120 
86/04/12-100 
86/06/00-500 
86/06/10-090 
86/06/16-300 
86/07/01-400 
86/07/15-200 
86/07/15-240 
86/07/29-600 
86/08/08-281 
86/08/08-295 
86/09/30-100 



86/00/09-310 
86/06/10-090 
86/08/08-295 



86/00/09-249 President Reagan 



84/10/03-175 President's Awareness 
86/00/09-244 



86/00/09-190 Private Benefactors 



86/08/08-280 Profiteering 



86/07/15-200 Project Democracy 
86/07/15-250 Reorganization Plan 



85/12/15-100 Quintero, Rafael 

86/04/08-100 

86/07/26-300 

86/08/08-282 



86/06/25-301 Radar Detectors from Radio 
Shack 



86/07/26-300 Rebellion 



85/09/20 090 



86/08/08-281 



86/07/15-240 



North, Oliver: Letter to Felix 
Rodriguez, 9/20/85 



North, Oliver: "the concep- 
tual izer, the chairman 
of the board" 



North's Offer To Sell the CIA 
the Private Benefactors' 
Equipment 



86/04/07-250 Owen, Robert 



Ownership of Equipment 



86/04/20-200 
86/08/08-252 
86/08/08-281 
86/08/08-290 
86/08/12-121 
86/08/12-122 



85/08/22-300 Patton, Boggs & Blow Opinion 



86/02/05-200 
86/05/19-100 



Personnel Problems 



86/06/10-090 Plane Stuck in Hud 



85/12/09-060 
86/00/07-256 
86/00/09-196 
86/00/09-249 



Poindexter, John 



86/04/16-220 
86/04/16-221 
86/04/16-222 



85/09/20-090 
85/09/20-100 
85/10/01-510 
85/12/15-100 
86/02/01-294 
86/02/01-300 
86/02/05-200 
86/06/05-300 
86/06/25-800 
86/07/26-200 
86/07/26-300 
86/07/26-320 
86/07/26-330 
86/07/29-600 
86/07/31-100 
86/07/31-101 
86/08/00-300 
86/08/01-200 
86/08/03-100 
86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-200 
86/08/08-250 
86/08/08-252 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-256 
86/08/08-257 
86/08/08-280 
86/08/08-281 
86/08/08-282 
86/08/08-283 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-286 
86/08/08-290 



"Resupply of the Contras" 



Rodriguez, Felix 



86/04/10-095 Southern Front 



85/11/18-102 Venezuelan Aircraft 



403 



219 



Date Topic 

86/08/12-121 
86/08/12-122 
86/08/12-130 
86/10/05-150 
86/11/07-050 



84/07/00-163 Second, Richard 

84/07/00-168 

84/07/00-170 

84/07/00-185 

85/08/22-110 

85/08/22-115 

85/08/22-300 

85/09/00-002 

85/09/00-003 

85/11/18-100 

85/12/15-090 

86/02/05-200 

86/02/28-100 

86/04/08-100 

86/04/10-095 

86/05/08-100 

86/08/08-280 

86/08/08-281 

86/08/08-290 



86/08/12-125 Shut Down 



85/09/00-003 Southern Air Transport 



Date 

86/08/08-250 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-275 
86/08/08-280 
86/08/08-281 
86/08/08-282 
86/08/08-283 
86/08/08-284 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-286 
86/08/08-290 
86/08/12-100 
86/11/07-050 



86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-280 
86/08/12-116 
86/08/12-120 



Topic 



Wilson, Edwin 



REYER, BILLY RAY (Chief of HAWK Repair 
Parts Section, Materiel Management 
Directorate, DoD) 

86/06/21-680 Impact of Iran Arms Transfers 
on U.S. Military Readiness 



86/00/07-256 "Special Activity," Not Covert 
Activity 



86/08/00-300 Steele, James 



86/07/26-200 "Stolen Aircraft" 



86/08/08-282 "swap of weapons for dollars" 
86/08/08-283 



85/07/01-110 Tambs, Lewis 

85/07/01-112 

85/08/22-220 



86/02/01-250 Udall Corp. 



85/08/22-130 United States Government 



REYNOLDS, WILLIAM BRADFORD (In 11/86, 
Assistant Attorney General, Civil 
Rights Division, DoJ; Now Also 
Counselor to the Attorney General) 

86/11/21-037 Attorney General's Inves- 
tigation, 11/21-11/25/86 



86/11/21-031 Criminal Investigative 
Responsibi I i ties 



86/11/22-220 Diversion Memo Discovery 



86/11/24-500 Green, Tom 

86/11/24-510 

86/11/25-050 



86/11/22-035 North's Shredding, 11/22/86 
86/11/22-036 



86/04/16-220 Vice President Bush 



86/05/24-200 Warehouse 



RICHARD, MARK (Deputy Assistant 
Attorney General, Criminal 
Division, DoJ) 

86/11/26-150 Criminal Investigation 



86/07/29-600 Watson, Samuel 
86/08/08-200 



86/03/24-100 Poindexter, John 



82-742 0-88—14 



404 



220 



Date Topic 

86/11/25-720 Weld, UiUiam 



RICHARDSON, JOHN N., Jr. (Assistant 
to the Attorney General and Chief 
of Staff, DoJ, Until 1/18/88) 

86/11/21-037 Attorney General 's Inves- 
tigation, 11/21-11/25/86 



86/11/24-002 Casey-Meese Interview, 11/25/86 



86/11/25-040 Congressional Briefing, 
11/25/86 



86/11/23-412 North-Meese Interview, 11/23/86 



Date 



Topic 



ROBINETTE, GLENN (Private Security 
Systems Consultant; Former CIA 
Employee) 

86/03/16-300 Back-Dated Bills to North 

86/12/11-400 

86/12/11-420 



86/04/28-010 North, Oliver 

86/04/28-110 

86/05/10-100 

86/05/10-120 



86/12/11-400 North's Security System 

86/12/11-420 

87/03/16-300 



86/04/28-010 Second, Richard 
87/03/16-300 



86/11/22-035 North's Shredding, 11/22/86 
86/11/22-036 



86/11/24-002 Notes 



RODRIGUEZ, FELIX (alias MAX GOMEZ) 
(Former CIA Operative; Involved with 
the Contra Resupply Operation) 

86/05/02-080 Avirgan- Honey Lawsuit 



RIG (see RESTRICTED INTERAGENCY 
GROUP) 



86/04/20-200 Bermudez, Enrique 

86/07/27-330 

86/08/08-252 



ROBELO CALLEJAS, ALFONSO (Contra Leader) 
86/ 1 0/08 - 300 Casey , U i 1 1 i am 



86/05/01-200 Brady, Nicholas 



86/05/20-900 Bustillo, Juan 
86/11/11-100 



85/03/20-100 North, Oliver 



85/03/16-090 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/16/85 



85/10/01-510 Central American Task Force 

85/12/15-170 Chief (C/CATF) 

86/02/01-294 

86/08/12-130 

86/12/09-301 



85/01/29-100 Che Guevara 



ROBERTSON, REV. MARION G. (PAT) 
(Candidate for the Republican 
Presidential Nomination During 1988) 

85/09/13-100 North, Oliver 



85/09/20-805 Poindexter, John 



85/09/20-800 President Reagan: Interview, 
85/09/20-805 9/20/85 



86/06/25-310 Clines, Thomas 

86/08/08-100 

86/08/08-252 

86/08/08-280 

86/08/08-281 



86/12/15-106 Combat Catharsis 



86/05/01-250 Corr, Edwin 



86/05/02-080 Dutton, Robert 

86/05/02-450 

86/05/02-460 

86/06/05-300 

86/06/25-300 

86/06/25-310 



405 



221 



Date 

86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-252 
86/08/12-125 



86/02/01-300 
86/08/08-280 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-290 



Topic 



Earl, Robert 



Equipment Problems 



86/12/15-108 FBI Contact 



86/08/08-100 Gadd, Richard 



Date 

85/03/15-200 
85/09/20-100 
85/09/20-110 
85/12/15-100 
86/05/01-200 
86/05/01-250 
86/06/25-300 
86/06/25-310 
86/06/25-312 
86/06/25-326 
86/06/25-330 
86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-281 
86/12/15-100 
86/12/15-105 
86/12/15-106 



Topic 



85/03/15-100 Generally 



85/09/20-090 Green, Mr. 
85/09/20-100 
85/10/01-510 
85/12/15-100 



83/11/03-100 
84/12/21-200 
84/12/21-210 
84/12/21-215 
85/02/19-200 
85/06/05-200 
85/12/20-100 
86/05/01-200 
86/05/01-250 
86/06/25-330 
86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-200 
86/08/08-250 
86/08/08-252 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-256 
86/08/08-290 
86/08/12-115 
86/08/12-116 
86/08/12-121 
86/08/12-130 
86/11/07-050 
86/11/11-100 
86/12/15-100 
86/12/15-105 
86/12/15-106 
86/12/15-108 



Gregg, Donald 



85/09/20-090 



86/06/25-100 
86/06/25-200 
86/06/25-300 
86/06/25-301 
86/06/25-310 
86/06/25-312 
86/06/25-320 
86/06/25-325 
86/06/25-326 



86/06/25-310 
86/06/25-312 



86/06/25-310 
86/08/08-255 



North, Oliver: Letter to 
Rodriguez, 9/20/85 



OEOB Visit, 6/25/86 



"Old man love my ass" 



Overcharging Contras 



86/04/20-200 Ownership of Resupply Equipment 



85/01/29-100 
86/05/01-325 



Photo Album 



85/09/20-110 Poindexter, John 



86/03/31-400 
86/08/08-280 



Profiteering 



86/10/05-090 Hasenfus Crash 

86/10/05-100 

86/10/05-150 

86/10/06-100 



85/09/20-090 Letter from North, 9/20/85 



86/05/24-400 
86/07/15-215 



86/04/16-200 
86/04/16-210 



Project Democracy 
Reorganization Plan 



Proposal for Meeting with the 
Vice President, 4/16/86 



86/11/21-678 Letter to North Not Shredded 
86/11/21-679 



86/08/12-121 "Loose Cannon" 



84/12/21-200 North, Oliver 



85/12/15-100 
86/04/20-200 
86/06/25-300 
86/07/26-200 
86/07/26-300 
86/08/08-252 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-257 



Quintero, Rafael 



406 



222 



Date 

86/04/16-220 
86/04/16-221 
86/04/16-222 
86/05/01-217 



Topic 

"Resupply of the Contras" 



Date 

86/08/08-280 
86/08/08-284 
86/08/08-290 



Topic 



85/09/20-100 
85/09/20-110 
85/10/01-510 
85/12/15-100 
86/06/25-800 
86/07/26-200 
86/07/26-300 
86/07/26-320 
86/07/27-330 
86/07/29-600 
86/07/29-601 
86/07/31-100 
86/07/31-101 
86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-200 
86/08/08-250 
86/08/08-252 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-256 
86/08/08-280 
86/08/08-281 
86/08/08-282 
86/08/08-283 
86/08/08-284 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-286 
86/08/08-290 
86/08/12-110 
86/08/12-122 
86/08/12-125 
86/08/12-130 
86/11/07-050 



86/02/01-300 
86/08/08-280 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-290 



86/02/05-200 



86/02/05-200 
86/08/08-100 
86/08/08-280 



Resupply Operation 



Resupply Operation: Equipment 
Problems 



Resupply Operation: Personnel 
Problems 



Secord, Richard 



86/06/25-300 Security Risk 



86/07/26-200 Southern Air Transport 



85/06/05-200 
86/01/19-100 
86/05/02-450 
86/05/02-460 
86/06/05-300 
86/08/08-257 



Steele, James 



86/08/08-282 
86/08/08-283 



85/01/22-200 

85/01/22-205 

85/01/29-100 

86/04/16-200 

86/04/16-210 

86/05/01-200 

86/05/01 

86/05/01 

86/05/01 

86/05/01 

86/05/01-325 

86/05/20-000 

86/05/20-900 

86/06/25-312 

86/08/08-270 

86/08/12-121 

86/12/15-108 



205 
210 
217 
250 



86/06/25-310 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/12-110 
86/08/12-116 



86/01/19-100 
86/01/19-145 
86/01/19-146 
86/01/19-150 
86/04/16-220 
86/04/16-221 
86/04/16-222 
86/04/30-100 
86/05/01-200 
86/05/01-250 
86/05/01-325 
86/06/25-320 
86/06/25-325 
86/06/25-326 
86/07/29-600 
86/07/29-601 
86/07/31-100 
86/07/31-101 
86/08/08-250 
86/08/08-256 
86/08/08-275 
86/08/08-280 
86/08/08-281 
86/08/08-282 
86/08/08-283 
86/08/08-284 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-286 
86/08/08-290 
86/08/12-150 
86/11/06-100 
86/11/07-050 
86/11/11-100 



"swap of weapons for dollars" 



Vice President Bush 



Watergate 



Watson, Samuel 



86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-257 



Stolen Aircraft 



86/08/08-280 Wilson, Edwin 



407 



Date 

ROGERS, WILL 



Topic 



86/11/13-010 President's Statement on Iran, 
11/13/86 



Date 



Topic 



86/08/28-100 Meeting on Contra Support, 
86/08/28-110 8/28/86 



86/08/28-110 North, Oliver 



223 



ROWLAND, TINY (or ROWLANDS) 

86/05/00-601 Iran Initiative 

86/05/00-607 

86/05/00-610 

86/05/00-615 

86/05/03-100 



86/05/04-100 Regan, Donald 



85/07/01-630 Restricted Interagency Group 
(RIG) 



84/12/21-215 Rodriguez, Felix 



SAUD L-MASOUOY, PRINCE (see FAKE 
SAUDI PRINCE, THE) 



86/05/04-100 Shultz, George 



86/05/00-615 Syndication 



SCAPEGOAT (see also FALL GUY PLAN) 

86/11/25-417 Attorney General's Press 
Conference, 11/25/86 



RUDD, GLENN A. (Deputy Director, 
Defense Security Assistance Agency, 
DoO) 

85/12/03-220 Armitage, Richard 



85/12/03-220 Missile Transfers to Iran: 
Legal ities 



84/10/03-800 Casey, William 
86/11/25-120 



86/12/10-210 Casey, William: HFAC 

Testimony, 12/10/86, on North 
as Scapegoat 



86/11/21-420 Earl, Robert 



SAMUEL (see WEINBERGER, CASPAR) 



SAN JOSE DECLARATION 

85/04/01-200 Contra Aid Vote, 4/85 

85/03/16-096 McFarlane, Robert 

85/07/01-045 Miami Meeting, 7/85 

85/03/01-200 North, Oliver: Involvement 



84/10/03-800 McFarlane, Robert 
86/11/25-120 



84/10/03-800 North, Oliver 

86/11/21-420 

86/11/21-538 

86/11/21-720 

86/11/21-780 

86/11/23-370 

86/11/25-120 

86/11/25-132 

86/12/10-210 



84/10/03-800 Poindexter, John 

86/11/25-120 

86/11/25-130 

86/11/25-132 



SANCHEZ, NESTOR (Deputy Assistant 
Secretary of Defense for Inter-American 
Affairs, DoD, 8/81-2/28/87) 

85/12/09-401 Costa Rican Airstrip: North's 
Pictures 



SCHWIMMER, ADOLPH (Adviser on Technology 
to Israeli Prime Minister Peres; 
Independent Arms Dealer) 

86/10/24-401 Casey, William 



408 



224 



Date 



Topic 



85/10/31-800 Credit Suisse Account 
85/10/31-806 



85/10/31-806 Diversion 



86/10/24-401 Furmark, Roy 



Date 

85/11/18-402 
85/11/25-705 
85/11/25-706 
86/01/16-650 
86/01/16-653 
86/01/24-650 
86/02/27-155 
86/11/21-150 



Topic 



85/05/04-104 Generally 



85/12/06-000 London Meeting, 12/8/85 
85/12/08-300 



85/05/04-104 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

85/05/04-105 

85/07/11-011 



85/11/25-705 HAWK Missiles: How Many a 707 
Holds 



85/11/18-400 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 

85/11/18-402 

85/11/22-800 

85/11/25-705 

85/11/25-706 

85/12/20-000 



85/05/04-106 McFarlane, Robert 



85/10/08-300 North, Oliver 

85/10/08-305 

85/10/08-306 

85/11/18-402 

85/11/25-706 

85/12/09-080 

85/12/09-086 



85/09/04-500 Paris Meeting, 9/85 
85/09/04-505 



85/07/11-000 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 
85/08/06-030 



85/11/18-402 Israeli Deposit of $1 Million, 
11/85 



85/05/04-104 Peres, Prime Minister Shimon 



85/11/26-851 Poindexter, John 

85/12/09-086 

86/01/16-290 

86/01/22/010 



85/05/04-104 Khashoggi, Adnan 
85/05/04-105 



85/11/26-851 Profits 
86/01/16-653 



85/05/04-104 Kimche, David 
85/07/11-010 



85/11/00-200 "Senior Iranian," Meeting with 



85/11/18-402 Lake Resources $1 Million 
Deposit, 11/85 



85/10/31-805 "Senior Iranian," Payments to 
85/10/31-806 



85/05/04-103 Ledeen, Michael 

85/05/04-104 

85/05/04-105 

85/05/04-106 

85/07/11-010 

85/07/11-011 

85/07/13-250 

85/07/29-100 

85/07/29-101 

85/07/29-110 

85/07/29-111 

85/07/30-100 

85/08/10-100 

85/09/04-500 

85/09/04-505 

85/09/09-100 

85/10/08-300 

85/10/08-305 

85/10/08-306 

85/10/31-800 

85/10/31-805 

85/10/31-806 

85/11/00-200 



85/09/09-100 TOW Prices 



85/07/13-250 TOWs 



85/10/08-300 Washington Meeting, 10/8/85 
85/10/08-305 



SCIARONI, BRETTON (Former Counsel to 
the President's Intelligence Oversight 
Board) 
(see also INTELLIGENCE OVERSIGHT BOARD) 

85/09/12-400 Intelligence Oversight Board 
85/09/12-420 (lOB) Opinion 



85/09/12-395 Iran-Contra Report 



409 



225 



Date Topic 

85/09/12-410 North Interview 

84/10/03-326 Poindexter, John 



SECOND CHANNEL 
86/10/08-306 Afghanistan 



86/06/21-400 Beginning 
86/06/21-500 
86/06/21-550 
86/06/21-575 



86/08/25-100 Brussels Meeting, 8/86 
86/08/25-105 



86/10/08-535 Casey, UiUiam 



Date 



Topic 



86/10/02-090 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 

86/10/08-150 

86/10/08-200 

86/10/08-300 

86/10/08-302 

86/10/08-304 

86/10/08-305 

86/10/08-306 

86/10/08-310 

86/10/08-350 

86/10/08-360 

86/10/08-370 

86/10/08-380 

86/10/08-390 

86/10/08-400 

86/10/08-405 

86/10/08-421 

86/10/08-500 

86/10/08-520 

86/10/08-526 

86/10/08-527 



86/12/13-020 Frankfurt Meeting, 12/86 
86/12/13-100 



86/10/08-527 Cave, George 



86/11/08-700 Geneva Meeting, 11/86 



86/10/08-535 CIA 
86/11/12-200 



86/06/21-400 Hakim, Albert 

86/06/21-500 

86/06/21-550 



86/05/00-550 Continued Negotiations 

86/10/08-870 

86/11/23-900 

86/12/09-100 

86/12/12-100 

86/12/13-060 

86/12/13-061 

86/12/13-062 

86/12/13-063 

86/12/13-100 

86/12/14-100 

86/12/23-100 

86/12/23-101 

86/12/23-200 



86/10/08-526 Hussein, President Saddam: 
Removal Proposed 



86/10/02-090 Intelligence to Iran 
86/10/08-306 



86/10/29-250 Mainz Meeting, 10/86 
86/10/29-600 



86/10/03-100 McFarlane, Robert 



86/12/13-020 Continued Negotiations, 
12/13/86: Summary 



86/09/10-025 Coy, Craig 



86/10/11-115 Damage Control Plan 



86/10/08-306 Dawa Prisoners 
86/10/08-526 



86/12/12-100 Department of State 

86/12/13-100 

86/12/14-100 



86/12/13-062 9-Point Plan 



86/09/19-015 Nobel Prize 



86/06/21-500 North, Oliver 

86/06/21-550 

86/09/20-050 

86/10/08-527 

86/10/08-535 



86/09/19-010 OEOB Meeting, 9/86 

86/09/19-015 

86/09/19-020 

86/09/19-025 



86/10/08-306 "Engine, The" 
86/11/08-700 



86/06/21-570 Opened 



86/05/00-550 Poindexter, John 



410 



226 



Date 

86/06/21-550 
86/06/21-570 
86/09/08-120 
86/09/20-050 
86/10/03-100 
86/10/08-525 
86/10/08-527 
86/10/08-535 
86/10/08-536 
86/10/11-115 



Topic 



Date Topic 

"SECOND CONTACT" (see IRANIANS: 
CODE NAMES) 



"SECOND IRANIAN" (see also IRANIANS: 
CODE NAMES) 

86/05/27-050 McFarlane, Robert 



86/09/19-025 Prayer Rug 



86/09/08-100 North, Oliver 



86/06/21-570 President Reagan 
86/10/08-527 



86/09/08-120 President Reagan's Approval 



86/10/08-525 President Reagan's Briefings on 
Second Channel Discussions 



SECORD, RICHARD (President, ST TGI; 
Major General, USAF, Ret.) 

85/12/09-085 Agent (see also "private agent") 
86/01/16-291 



86/06/21-570 Regan, Donald 
86/12/09-100 



86/06/21-500 Second, Richard 
86/06/21-550 



86/01/15-140 Agent of the CIA or USG (see also 

86/01/16-301 "private agent" of CIA) 

86/01/17-300 

86/01/17-303 

86/01/17-351 

86/01/17-352 

86/11/19-351 



86/10/08-305 7-Point Plan 



84/11/00-050 Airlifts 



86/12/13-060 Shultz, George 

86/12/13-061 

86/12/13-062 



86/01/17-352 Anti -Deficiency Act 



86/09/20-100 STTGI Meeting, 9/86 
86/09/20-110 



85/12/01-150 Arms for Hostages 
86/01/10-000 



86/10/08-900 Tehran Trip: Exposure 
Threatened 



86/10/08-527 U.S. Defense of Iran 



86/06/21-570 Vice President Bush 



85/04/25-200 Arms Prices 



84/07/00-160 Arms Transactions 

84/07/00-185 

84/11/00-000 

84/11/00-010 

85/03/21-400 

85/05/01-400 



86/09/19-200 Washington Meeting, 9/19/86 



86/07/28-200 Avirgan- Honey Lawsuit 



86/12/23-100 Weinberger, Caspar 
86/12/23-101 



86/00/20-040 Ayatollah's Money 



86/11/10-035 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 



86/09/19-015 White House Tour 



83/05/00-000 Background 

83/05/00-010 

85/06/04-100 



86/09/25-201 Baksheesh 



86/02/27-302 Blowpipes 



86/06/10-101 Brunei 



411 



Date Topic 

86/08/25-105 Brussels Meeting, 8/25/86 



Date Topic 

86/01/17-285 Congressional Notification 



227 



86/05/20-000 Button Account 
86/05/20-050 



8A/07/00-101 Calero, Adolfo 

84/09/21-310 

84/11/00-000 

84/11/00-050 

85/03/21-400 

85/04/01-699 

85/04/11-220 

85/07/01-010 

86/04/10-230 



84/05/00-703 Calero' s Bank Account Number 



84/07/00-100 
84/07/00-163 
84/07/00-165 
84/07/00-168 
84/07/00-170 
84/09/21-300 
84/09/21-310 
84/10/20-100 
84/11/00-010 
84/12/00-000 
85/02/01-000 
85/03/21-400 
85/05/01-400 
86/02/27-302 



Contra Activities 



generally 



84/07/00-110 Casey, William 

84/07/00-120 

84/07/00-112 

84/10/03-580 

85/12/23-000 

85/12/23-010 

86/01/15-140 

86/01/18-105 

86/01/18-120 

86/01/18-125 

86/02/00-100 

86/05/00-000 

86/05/15-108 

86/06/21-700 

86/09/13-100 



86/05/15-405 Casey, Uilliam: "Dick Second 
is a great patriot" 



85/04/00-610 Cash to North 



86/03/00-430 Castillo, Tomas 



85/05/25-300 



85/05/25-300 



84/07/00-185 



overcharging 



prices for Contras 



support role 



86/04/21-350 Contra Funding 

86/05/16-460 

86/05/16-461 



85/10/01-300 Costa Rican Airstrip 

85/12/09-060 

86/00/09-196 

86/03/00-430 



86/09/25-100 Costa Rican Airstrip: Exposure 



86/09/05-238 Costa Rican Airstrip Press 
Conference 



85/03/05-500 Central American Task Force 

85/03/05-501 Chief (C/CATF) 

86/02/01-293 

86/03/15-100 

86/03/15-101 

86/05/15-108 



84/09/21-310 Country 2 Solicitation 
85/06/21-090 



85/09/00-120 Country 3 



86/04/00-000 Central American Trip 
86/04/20-220 



86/01/18-120 CIA Reputation 



86/01/18-125 CIA View 



86/00/07-030 Covert Operations Organization 
86/00/07-140 



86/07/15-250 Coy, Craig 



86/01/15-120 "cut out" 
86/05/29-011 



86/01/18-125 Clarridge, Duane 
86/01/18-125 dines, Tom 
86/01/17-300 Commercial Cut-Out 



86/01/17-300 Cut-out or Commercial Cut-out 



86/10/08-526 Dawa Prisoners 

86/10/08-527 

86/10/08-530 

86/10/10-300 



412 



Date Topic 

86/01/17-310 Deniability 



Date Topic 

85/07/01-050 "great patriot" 



228 



86/00/03-780 Diversion 

86/01/17-615 

86/02/15-110 



86/00/04-740 Diversions, Other 



85/12/07-715 Great Satan: Iranian View of 
the U.S. 



86/11/24-500 
86/11/24-510 



Green, Tom 



85/06/07-012 DEA Hostage- Rescue Operation 
86/05/25-000 



86/09/20-200 Dutton Photo Album 



80/04/00-100 Dutton, Robert 
86/05/02-000 



85/09/12-111 End-User Certificates 



86/01/17-315 Engineering Use of Iran Arms 
Money for Contras 



86/02/23-950 Enterprise Diagram 



86/05/15-390 Erria 
86/05/15-405 



86/01/16-291 Financial Losses 



86/01/17-330 Financial Risks 



85/12/09-086 Finding, 1/17/86 
86/01/17-285 



76/00/00-000 
85/09/25-201 
86/02/23-950 
86/03/02-100 



86/03/05-200 
86/03/05-220 



86/10/05-200 
86/10/05-220 
86/10/06-140 



86/08/01-200 
86/08/04-200 



85/11/17-120 
85/11/18-400 
85/11/18-402 
85/11/18-405 
85/11/19-100 
85/11/19-105 
85/11/19-200 
85/11/20-100 
85/11/20-299 
85/11/21-300 
85/11/22-800 
85/11/23-200 
85/11/25-707 
86/11/23-391 



Hakim, Albert 



Hakim's Will 



Hasenfus Crash 



HAWK Spare Parts Delivered to 
Iran, 8/86 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/02/18-400 Frankfurt Meeting, 2/86 



86/10/08-200 Frankfurt Meeting, 10/86 

86/10/08-526 

86/10/08-527 

86/10/08-533 



80/04/00-101 Gadd, Richard 

85/09/00-002 

86/02/01-293 

86/06/21-700 



86/10/22-100 Geneva Meeting, 10/22/86 



84/07/00-120 George, Clair 

85/11/23-225 

85/12/23-010 

86/01/18-120 

86/01/18-125 



85/12/01-150 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 
86/01/11-200 



85/12/20-000 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85: 
$1 Million to Lake Resources 



86/10/08-305 Hussein, President Saddam 



86/01/18-125 

86/04/20-220 
86/10/18-120 
85/12/07-760 



85/12/09-200 
86/01/01-100 
86/01/10-000 
86/01/15-140 



"I don't see how you could be 
in this business and not know 
the name of Richard Secord" 



I lopango 



Inspector General's Report 



Iran Arms Transactions: 
Transportation of Arms to 
Israel 



Iran Initiative 



413 



229 



Date Topic 

86/01/17-300 
86/01/17-303 
86/01/17-310 
86/01/17-330 
86/01/17-350 
86/01/17-351 
86/01/17-352 
86/01/17-500 
86/01/17-610 
86/01/17-612 



85/12/09-085 Iran Initiative: 
86/01/07-352 Restructuring, 1/86 



85/11/18-402 Israeli Deposit of $1 Million, 
11/85 



Date Topic 

85/12/08-400 
85/12/08-410 
86/01/01-100 
86/01/15-120 
86/02/27-301 
86/02/27-302 
86/04/21-201 
86/05/24-005 
86/05/29-011 



86/01/18-125 HcMahon, John 



85/07/01-000 Miami Meeting, 7/85 

85/07/01-010 

85/07/01-050 



86/11/01-100 Jacobsen, David: Release 
86/11/01-150 



86/02/27-200 Kish Island Meeting Proposal, 
2/86 



86/01/13-105 Koch, Noel 



85/07/00-010 Korel Assets 
85/07/00-030 



85/06/21-090 Lake Resources 

85/09/21-310 

86/01/22-000 



86/04/29-140 Miami Meeting, 4/86 



86/01/17-352 Miscellaneous Receipt of Money 
Statute 



86/08/26-101 Napier, Shirley 
86/08/26-102 



85/12/09-086 Nimrodi, Yaacov 



86/10/08-307 9-Point Plan 
86/10/10-300 



86/01/17-286 Nir, Amiram 



85/11/18-402 Lake Resources, $1 Million 
85/11/18-405 Deposit, 11/85 



85/11/18-402 Ledeen, Michael 
85/11/25-707 



86/04/10-095 Lethal Drop 



85/12/06-000 London Meeting, 12/8/85 

85/12/08-200 

85/12/08-300 

85/12/08-301 



86/01/22-000 London Meeting, 1/86 



86/00/04-713 Losing Money 

86/00/04-726 

86/07/15-225 



84/11/00-050 Mark-up on Weapons Prices 



84/07/00-161 McFarlane, Robert 

85/02/01-000 

85/11/19-100 

85/11/19-105 

85/12/08-301 



81/00/00-100 
84/07/00-100 
84/07/00-101 
84/07/00-120 
84/07/00-161 
84/07/00-185 
84/10/03-580 
85/03/05-501 
85/06/07-012 
85/09/15-504 
85/11/18-402 
85/11/19-105 
85/11/20-299 
85/12/01-150 
86/01/13-105 
86/01/15-140 
86/01/16-292 
86/01/16-293 
86/02/27-200 
86/02/27-301 
86/02/27-302 
86/03/02-100 
86/04/08-100 
86/04/10-095 
86/04/21-201 
86/05/00-000 
86/05/15-405 
86/05/20-750 
86/09/13-100 
86/09/25-201 
86/11/04-300 
86/11/23-391 
86/11/25-470 



North, Oliver 



414 



230 



Date 

85/12/09-080 
85/12/09-085 



86/04/28-225 
86/12/11-420 



Topic 

North, Oliver: "Next Steps" 
Memo, 12/9/85 



North's Security System 



84/07/00-160 Off-shore Accounts 



Date Topic 

86/10/08-527 
86/11/16-203 
86/11/19-351 
86/11/25-470 



85/12/08-415 Poindexter, John: Second Was 
"a very effective approach" 



86/09/19-010 OEOB Meeting, 9/86 
86/09/19-025 



87/05/07-000 Poindexter Meeting, 5/7/87 



85/12/07-715 Pragmatic Iranians 



85/12/09-080 Operational Conduct 



86/09/15-514 Other Covert Operations Funded 
by Iranian Arms Sales 



85/09/16-100 Owen, Robert 



81/00/00-101 President Reagan 
85/12/09-040 



86/11/25-530 President's Call to North, 
11/25/86 



86/02/10-101 Owen, Robert: Memo, 2/10/86 



86/11/12-000 President's Statement on Iran, 
11/13/86 



86/03/17-100 Owen, Robert: Memo, 3/17/86 



86/01/16-292 Pricing of Weapons 



85/12/01-000 Paris Meeting, 12/85 



86/00/03-780 "private agent" (see also Agent) 



86/01/17-612 Percentage 



86/01/17-310 "plausibly deniable link" 



85/07/01-050 
85/11/18-405 
85/11/26-851 
85/12/09-060 
85/12/09-085 
85/12/09-086 
86/00/03-780 
86/00/04-713 
86/00/04-722 
86/00/04-726 
86/00/04-770 
86/00/09-196 
86/01/07-352 
86/01/07-353 
86/01/10-000 
86/01/16-291 
86/01/16-292 
86/01/16-293 
86/01/17-312 
86/01/17-315 
86/01/17-350 
86/01/17-351 
86/01/17-352 
86/01/17-355 
86/01/18-105 
86/01/18-110 
86/04/28-225 
86/05/15-405 
86/07/15-225 
86/07/28-200 
86/09/13-100 
86/10/08-525 
86/10/08-526 



Poindexter, John 



86/01/07-352 "private agent" of CIA (see 
86/01/07-353 also Agent of the CIA or USG) 

85/07/01-050 Private Logistics Organization 
for Contras 



86/00/04-726 Profits 

86/01/16-292 

86/01/16-293 

86/01/17-315 

86/01/17-352 

86/01/17-610 

86/01/17-612 

86/01/17-615 

86/01/17-630 

86/07/15-225 

86/08/01-100 



85/07/00-001 Profits Forsworn 
85/07/00-010 



86/05/24-300 Project Democracy 

86/07/15-200 Reorganization Plan 

86/07/15-215 

86/07/15-216 

86/07/15-217 

86/07/15-225 



86/09/13-100 Rabin, Yitzhak 



86/04/29-140 Radios 



86/03/13-100 Rasheed, Khalid 



415 



231 



Date Topic 

86/01/17-618 Reasonable Compensation 



Date Topic 

86/05/24-005 Tehran Trip, 5/86 



85/11/18-100 Resupply Operation 

86/02/05-200 

86/04/08-100 

86/04/10-095 

86/04/10-230 

86/05/02-400 

86/05/08-100 

86/06/21-700 

86/07/15-100 

86/08/08-100 

86/08/08-255 

86/08/12-125 



86/05/24-200 Tehran Trip, 5/86: in Tel Aviv 
86/05/25-000 



86/01/18-105 Terpil, Frank 
86/05/15-405 



86/05/00-000 Third-Country Funding 



84/05/00-703 Third-Country Solicitation 



87/03/16-300 Robinette, Glenn 



85/12/09-086 "third party" 



86/06/25-100 Rodriguez, Felix 
86/07/26-320 



86/02/13-100 TOW Shipment, 2/86 

86/02/15-110 

86/02/27-270 



86/07/15-220 Sale of Assets to CIA 

85/12/09-086 Schwimmer, Adolph 

84/11/00-050 Sealift No. 1 

86/10/08-525 Second Channel 



86/01/18-100 Security Clearance 
86/01/18-110 



86/10/28-100 TOW Transaction, 10/86 



86/01/13-105 TOW Transfers 



86/03/00-430 Udell Corp. 



86/03/13-100 Walker, David 



84/07/00-185 Weapons Procurement 



86/10/08-305 7-Point Plan 



86/11/19-600 Shredding at STTGI 

86/11/27-000 

86/11/27-020 



84/07/00-100 Singlaub, John 



86/01/13-105 Weinberger, Caspar 
86/01/15-140 



86/11/07-331 White House Chronologies 

86/11/07-332 

86/11/18-290 

86/11/13-400 

86/11/19-200 



84/09/21-300 Solicitation 

84/09/21-310 

85/02/01-000 



86/01/07-352 White House Meeting, 1/16/86 
86/01/16-291 



86/01/18-100 Sporkin, Stanley 

86/01/18-105 

86/01/18-110 

86/01/18-120 



86/01/18-100 Wilson, Edwin 

86/01/18-105 

86/01/18-120 

86/01/18-125 

86/05/15-405 



86/09/20-110 STTGI Meeting, 9/86 



86/10/10-100 Zucker, Witlard 



85/03/21-040 Swiss Bank Accounts 
86/09/25-201 



87/04/15-000 Taxes: On Paying Them for 
Covert Operations 



SENIOR INTERAGENCY GROUP (SIG) 

83/12/20-100 Review of Central American 
Policy, 12/20/83 



416 



232 



Date 
7-POINT PLAN 
86/10/08-302 Collapse 



Topic 



Date Topic 

85/06/21-101 Casey, William 

85/06/21-101 George, Clair 



86/10/08-300 Hakim, Albert 

86/10/08-302 

86/10/08-310 



86/10/08-305 Hussein, President Saddam: 
Removal Proposed 



85/06/21-101 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



85/06/21-101 Hashemi, Cyrus 



86/10/08-305 Intelligence to Iran 



86/10/08-306 Iranian Proposals 



SHARFIN, JOCK (NSC Staff Member) 
85/08/20-150 Boland Research 



86/10/08-300 North, Oliver 

86/10/08-305 

86/10/08-306 

86/10/08-524 



86/10/08-524 Poindexter, John 



86/10/08-306 President Reagan 



86/10/08-305 President Reagan: 
Authorization 



86/10/08-305 Text 



SHREDDED DOCUMENTS (see also "SHREDDING 
PARTY," DESTROYED DOCUMENTS and ALTERED 
DOCUMENTS) 

86/10/11-100 Casey, William 



86/11/22-031 Connected with Israel i -North 
Conversations, 11/22/86 



86/11/21-728 Constitution, the U.S. 



86/11/19-600 Corbin, Joan 
86/11/27-020 



SHAC<LEY, THEODORE G. (Former 
CIA Associate Deputy Director 
for Operations; Currently with 
Research Associates, Inc.) 

85/05/04-104 Buckley, William 



84/11/20-100 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 
85/05/04-104 



86/11/22-031 Danger from North's Successor 
86/11/22-080 Avoided 



86/11/22-030 Department of Justice 

86/11/22-031 Investigation in Progress 

86/11/22-035 

86/11/22-036 

86/11/22-037 

86/11/22-070 

86/11/22-600 



84/11/20-100 Ledeen, Michael 
85/05/04-104 



85/05/04-104 Memo on Hostage Ransom 



86/00/04-702 Diversion Memos 



86/11/19-600 Dutton, Robert 
86/11/27-000 



85/05/04-104 North, Oliver 



85/05/04-104 Walters, Vernon 



86/11/21-678 Earl, Robert 

86/11/21-695 

86/11/22-595 



86/11/21-500 Foot-and-a-Half Stack 
86/11/21-680 



SHAHEEN, JOHN (President, Shaheen Natural 
Resources Co., Inc.) 



86/10/11-100 Furmark, Roy 
86/10/11-120 



417 



233 



Date 

86/11/21-500 
86/11/21-678 
86/11/21-679 
86/11/21-695 
86/11/21-900 



Topic 



Hall, Fawn 



Date Topic 

86/11/21-680 Shredder Jammed 

86/11/22-035 

86/11/22-037 

86/11/22-070 

86/11/22-595 

86/11/22-600 



86/10/11-100 Hasenfus Crash 



86/11/21-680 Shredding, Generally 



86/11/21-180 
86/11/21-181 



Ledeen, Michael 



"Shredding Party" (see 
"SHREDDING PARTY") 



86/11/22-031 
86/11/22-080 



86/11/21-157 
86/11/23-100 



Lives at Stake 



McFarlane, Robert 



86/11/19-600 STTGI 

86/11/27-000 

86/11/27-020 



86/11/21-510 Meese, Edwin 



86/11/19-600 
86/11/27-000 



Napier, Shirley 



"SHREDDING PARTY" (see also 
SHREDDED DOCUMENTS) 

86/11/27-000 Dutton, Robert 



85/08/16-270 



86/10/11-100 
86/11/21-157 
86/11/21-180 
86/11/21-181 
86/11/21-500 
86/11/21-510 
86/11/21-678 
86/11/21-679 
86/11/21-695 
86/11/21-720 
86/11/22-030 
86/11/22-031 
86/11/22-035 
86/11/22-037 
86/11/22-070 
86/11/22-595 
86/11/22-600 
86/11/23-100 
86/11/23-352 
86/11/23-500 
86/11/23-990 
86/11/25-170 



Non-Log 
North, Oliver 



86/11/21-150 McFarlane, Robert 
86/11/21-157 



86/11/21-157 North, Oliver 
86/11/21-160 



SHULTZ, GEORGE P. (Secretary of State, 
7/82-Present) 

86/06/00-110 Abrams, Elliott 

86/06/00-111 

86/11/25-900 



85/12/07-165 Alternative Proposals for 
Hostage Release 



86/11/19-275 Armacost, Michael 



86/11/21-725 Poindexter, John 



86/11/21-678 
86/11/21-679 



Rodriguez Letter Not Shredded 



85/12/05-815 Arms for Hostages 

86/01/07-810 

86/11/10-073 

86/11/15-514 

86/11/15-520 



86/11/21-720 Scapegoat Justification 



86/11/19-600 
86/11/27-000 



Secord, Richard 



86/11/03-150 Arms Sales to Iran Revealed 



86/11/15-5K Battle Royal at the White House 

86/11/15-515 

86/11/15-516 

86/11/15-520 



86/11/21-678 Sharfin, Jock 



85/08/08-420 Bo I and Amendments 



418 



234 



Topic 



Date 

86/01/07-222 Brunei 

86/06/00-110 

86/06/00-111 

86/06/00-200 

86/06/00-202 

86/06/00 -UO 

86/06/10-101 

86/06/10-110 

86/06/24-400 

86/11/25-900 

86/12/01-100 

86/12/05-400 



86/06/00-440 "Bum Dope" on the Brunei 
Account 



Date 



Topic 



84/11/28-140 Country 4 Solicitation, 
Knowledge of 



86/10/08-701 Dawa Prisoners 

86/10/08-702 

86/10/08-703 

86/10/08-710 

86/10/08-715 

86/10/08-716 

86/10/08-800 

86/10/08-801 

86/12/13-062 



86/11/19-270 "deceived and lied to" 



86/10/08-715 Cable to Kuwait on U.S. Policy 
on the Dawa Prisoners 



86/05/00-604 Didn't Really Want To Know the 
Detai Is 



86/01/07-830 Casey, William 

86/05/00-609 

86/11/15-516 

86/12/08-150 



86/11/24-155 Cave, George 



86/10/08-703 Cigars and Corruption 



86/11/15-514 Conflicts of Interest of 
President's Advisers 



86/06/10-100 Contra Funding 

86/06/10-101 

86/06/10-110 

86/06/11-100 

86/06/16-080 



86/00/02-658 Diversion 
86/00/02-659 



86/10/08-715 Dunbar, Charles 

86/11/01-155 Durante, Jimmy 

86/11/15-515 "Face the Nation," 11/16/86 

Findings, Presidential 
85/12/05-804 -- 12/5/85 



86/01/06-700 
86/01/06-701 



1/6/86 



85/12/05-814 Cooper, Charles 



86/09/05-245 Costa Rican Airstrip Press 
86/09/06-100 Conference 



84/04/18-100 Country 1, NSC Approaches for 
84/04/18-102 Contra Aid 



86/01/16-290 
86/01/17-067 
86/01/17-105 
86/01/17-220 
86/01/17-221 
86/01/17-270 
86/01/17-271 



86/11/10-037 



1/17/86 



1/86 



85/02/00-631 Country 2 Contributions to the 

85/02/00-650 Contras 

86/06/16-150 



85/02/00-600 Country 2 Second Contribution 
86/05/16-351 to the Contras 



86/06/10-100 
86/06/16-080 
86/06/16-090 
86/06/16-100 



85/10/00-010 Country 3 



86/01/07-201 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



86/08/00-030 Guerrilla Warfare in the White 
House 



86/10/08-703 Hakim, Albert 
86/10/08-800 



86/10/14-100 Hasenfus Crash 

86/10/16-100 

86/10/23-100 



85/11/18-290 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 
85/11/18-291 



419 



235 



Date Topic 

85/11/18-300 
85/11/18-305 
85/11/20-331 
85/11/20-405 
85/12/05-814 
85/12/07-164 
86/11/21-106 
85/11/22-300 
85/11/23-050 
86/11/18-162 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/20-400 
86/11/20-700 
86/11/21-337 
86/11/21-355 
86/11/22-160 
86/11/22-161 
86/11/22-163 



86/11/22-166 Hill, Charles 



86/10/08-710 Hostage Program at DoS 



Date 



Topic 



86/01/07-222 Iran Initiative: "didn't 

86/05/00-590 particularly want to know the 

86/05/00-602 details" 

86/05/00-604 

86/05/00-605 

86/05/00-606 

86/05/00-620 



86/11/10-070 Iran Initiative: Public 
Disclosure 



85/12/10-300 Iran Initiative Turned Off 

85/12/11-400 

85/12/11-450 

86/01/07-221 



85/09/14-100 Iran Proposals, Summer 1985 



86/01/17-220 Iran-Iraq War 

86/01/17-221 

86/11/10-116 



86/01/07-158 Hostage Release Alternatives 



86/12/08-150 HFAC Testimony, 12/8/86 



84/06/25-095 "impeachable offense" 



86/11/04-105 Informed with Sporadic and 
Fragmentary Information 



86/11/10-041 "Israelis sucked us into their 
operation" 



86/11/10-036 "Israeli suckered us into this" 



86/11/10-036 "It is ransom" 



86/10/31-100 Jacobsen, David 



85/12/07-103 
85/12/07-160 



Iran Arms Sales 



86/07/26-120 Jenco, Lawrence: Release 



85/12/06-100 
86/01/07-201 
86/01/07-220 
86/01/07-221 
86/01/07-750 
86/01/07-830 
86/01/22-010 
86/02/27-151 
86/02/28-280 
86/02/28-300 
86/04/21-600 
86/05/00-604 
86/05/00-610 
86/05/05-200 
86/05/17-040 
86/06/12-100 
86/07/02-100 
86/11/04-105 
86/11/14-100 
86/11/15-500 
86/11/15-516 
86/11/15-530 
86/11/16-100 
86/11/17-100 
86/11/18-090 
86/12/10-200 
86/12/10-201 



Iran Initiative 



86/11/01-153 Kelly, John 
86/11/01-155 



85/05/04-103 Ledeen, Michael 

85/12/22-101 

86/09/16-100 

86/10/21-100 

86/10/26-100 



85/06/05-100 Ledeen's Visit to Israel 
85/06/07-100 



86/08/00-030 Lie Detector Dispute 



86/11/15-514 Loyalty Questioned 



86/10/08-800 Marine Barracks Attack 



85/02/00-650 McFarlane, Robert 

85/03/05-227 

85/03/16-097 

85/05/04-103 

85/09/13-200 

85/12/05-814 

85/12/07-103 



420 



Date 

86/02/27-151 
86/06/16-080 
86/06/16-150 
86/07/29-100 
86/11/18-354 



Topic 



Date 

86/10/08-700 
86/10/08-703 
86/10/08-800 
86/12/13-062 
86/12/13-063 



236 



Topic 



9-Point Plan 



85/06/04-100 HcFarlane-Rabin Meeting 



86/08/00-030 McFarlane's Trip to the Middle 
East, Mid-1983 



86/01/17-270 Meese, Edwin 

86/01/17-271 

86/11/22-160 

86/11/22-161 

86/11/22-655 



85/11/17-125 
86/00/09-180 
86/00/09-181 
86/00/09-183 
86/00/09-635 
86/06/10-030 
86/06/16-150 
86/07/29-100 



85/03/05-200 
85/03/05-227 



North, Oliver 



North, Oliver: Memo, 3/5/85 



85/12/05-814 Meese-Shultz Interview, 

86/11/22-163 11/22/86 

86/11/22-164 

86/11/22-165 

86/11/22-166 

86/11/22-167 

86/11/22-700 



86/12/18-100 Message to Kuwait, 12/86 
85/12/07-725 Moderate Iranians 



86/05/00-604 Operation Staunch 



86/10/08-800 "Our guys . . . they got taken 
to the cleaners" 



86/05/15-102 Pastora, Eden 



86/11/15-516 "People are always after my 
scalp" 



85/09/04-100 "Monitor Ollie" 

85/09/04-110 

85/09/04-111 

85/09/04-112 

85/09/04-130 

85/09/04-140 



86/00/09-248 NSC Staff Contra Support 
Activities 



85/06/29-100 NSDD (Draft) on Iran 1985 

85/06/29-101 

86/01/17-220 



84/06/25-095 NSPG Meeting, 6/25/84 



86/05/16-292 NSPG Meeting, 5/16/86 

86/05/16-300 

86/05/16-351 

86/05/16-440 

86/05/16-444 



86/11/24-150 NSPG Meeting, 11/24/86 
86/11/24-155 



86/11/25-010 NSPG Meeting, 11/25/86 
86/11/25-015 



85/02/00-631 

85/09/14-100 

85/12/05-810 

85/12/05-812 

85/12/05-814 

85/12/05-900 

86/00/09-248 

86/01/07-158 

86/01/07-221 

86/01/07-835 

86/01/17-067 

86/01/17-271 

86/02/28-300 

86/03/11-100 

86/05/00-595 

86/05/00-600 

86/05/00-601 

86/05/00-604 

86/05/00-605 

86/05/00-607 

86/05/00-608 

86/05/00-609 

86/05/16-292 

86/05/24-710 

86/06/16-150 

86/10/08-715 

86/10/08-716 

86/10/08-870 

86/11/04-100 

86/11/19-221 

86/11/19-271 

86/11/24-150 

86/11/24-155 

86/12/08-150 



Poindexter, John 



85/08/08-420 Nicaraguan Humanitarian 

Assistance OFFICE (NHAO) 



421 



237 



Date 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



85/12/05-815 President Reagan 

86/01/17-067 

86/10/08-700 

86/10/08-715 

86/10/08-716 

86/11/15-520 

86/11/19-270 

86/11/21-010 

86/11/26-100 



86/11/22-151 Southern Air Transport 

86/11/22-161 

86/11/22-163 

86/11/22-164 

86/11/22-167 



86/05/00-608 Standing Down Defined 



86/11/19-270 President's News Conference, 

86/11/19-275 11/19/86 

86/11/19-276 

86/11/20-700 



86/11/12-050 President's Statement on Iran 
86/11/15-515 



86/01/07-221 Standing Down on the Iran 

86/05/00-595 Initiative 

86/05/00-600 

86/05/00-601 

86/05/00-602 

86/05/00-608 

86/05/00-609 

86/07/26-120 

86/12/08-150 



86/05/00-607 Price, Charles 



85/07/01-640 Tambs, Lewis 
86/12/01-340 



86/05/00-604 Protecting His Own Position 



85/10/08-100 Radios for the Contras 



86/05/00-595 Tehran Trip, 5/86 
86/05/24-710 



86/01/07-825 
86/11/15-515 
86/11/15-516 
86/11/19-270 
86/11/19-276 
86/11/21-010 



Regan, Donald 



86/02/28-280 Terms of Reference 
86/02/28-300 



86/11/15-515 Thatcher, Prime Minister 
Margaret 



86/08/00-030 Resignations Proffered 



85/12/00-110 3 -Way Trade Proposal 
85/12/00-111 



86/05/00-610 
86/05/00-615 
86/05/03-100 
86/05/04-100 



Rowland, Tiny 



86/10/08-870 Second Channel 



87/07/23-100 "trust is the coin of the 
realm" 



86/01/07-815 Weinberger, Caspar 

86/12/23-100 

86/12/23-101 



Second Channel Negotiations, 
12/86 



86/12/13-060 
86/12/13-061 
86/12/13-062 
86/12/13-063 
86/12/23-100 
86/12/23-101 



86/01/18-100 Secord, Richard 



86/08/00-030 "When the President hangs out 

his shingle, he'll get all the 
business" 



85/08/06-020 White House Meeting, 8/6/85 

85/08/06-120 

85/08/06-121 

85/08/06-500 



86/03/31-100 
86/03/26-280 



86/11/19-275 
86/11/22-163 
86/11/22-165 



86/11/22-700 



Singlaub-Pastora Agreement 



Sofaer, Abraham 



Sofaer's Deduction About 
Diversion 



85/08/06-121 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 

85/12/05-804 

85/12/05-814 

85/12/07-090 

85/12/07-100 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/07-141 

85/12/07-150 

85/12/07-151 

85/12/07-152 

85/12/07-154 

85/12/07-164 



422 



238 



Date 

85/12/07-165 
85/12/07-180 
86/01/07-810 



86/01/06-701 
86/01/07-150 
86/01/07-801 
86/01/07-810 
86/01/07-811 
86/01/07-815 
86/01/07-825 
86/01/07-830 
86/01/07-835 



Topic 



White House Meeting, 1/7/86 



Date 

84/11/28-100 
85/06/21-000 
85/06/30-101 
85/08/00-000 
85/09/00-100 
85/09/00-120 
85/10/00-000 
86/04/21-200 
86/04/21-201 
86/04/21-300 
86/04/21-350 



84/12/04-001 
84/12/04-002 
84/12/04-003 



Topic 



North, Oliver 



North, Oliver: Memo, 12/4/84 



86/01/16-290 White House Meeting, 1/16/86 



86/01/17-067 White House Meeting, 1/17/86 
86/01/17-270 



86/11/10-030 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 

86/11/10-036 

86/11/10-037 

86/11/10-040 

86/11/10-041 

86/11/10-073 



SIMON, BARRY (Washington, D.C. Attorney) 
87/03/16-300 North, Oliver 

87/03/16-300 Robinette, Glenn 



86/11/10-800 White House Press Statement, 
11/10/86 



SIGUR, GASTON (Assistant Secretary of 
State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, 
DoS, Since 3/86; From 10/84-3/86, NSC 
Consultant; From 7/82-10/84, Director, 
Directorate on East Asian Affairs, NSC) 

86/03/00-000 Background 



84/12/04-001 Calero, Adolfo 



SINGLAUB, JOHN (Director, U.S. 
Council for World Freedom; Major 
General, U.S. Army, Ret.) 

86/04/30-300 Abrams, Elliott 

86/05/00-400 

86/05/12-103 

86/05/14-101 

86/05/14-102 

86/05/14-103 

86/05/15-100 

86/05/22-200 

86/05/22-201 

86/05/22-202 

86/05/29-500 

86/05/29-501 



85/06/30-100 Country 3 

85/06/30-101 

85/08/00-000 

85/09/00-100 

85/09/00-120 

85/10/00-000 



84/11/28-100 Country 4 
84/12/04-100 



85/06/21-000 Country 5 



85/06/30-101 McFarlane, Robert 

85/10/00-000 

86/04/21-201 



Arms 
85/04/25-200 -- prices 



85/04/25-232 
85/06/20-000 
85/09/25-300 



85/06/20-000 



85/06/01-200 



procurement 



shipment 



weapons list 



86/11/25-450 Attorney General's Press 
Conference, 11/25/86 



82/07/00-000 NSC, at the 



78/05/31-000 Background 
81/11/00-000 



423 



239 



Date 



Topic 



85/03/00-300 Bermudez-Singlaub Weapons List 
85/04/00-100 



85/04/00-100 Bermudez-Singlaub-North Weapons 

85/04/25-200 List 

85/06/20-000 



84/01/00-300 Calero, Adolfo 

85/02/07-101 

85/06/01-205 



84/05/00-703 Calero's Bank Account Number 



Date 

86/04/30-300 
86/05/08-500 
86/05/08-501 
86/05/12-101 
86/05/12-102 
86/05/12-103 
86/05/14-101 
86/05/14-102 
86/05/14-103 
86/05/15-103 
86/05/22-200 
86/05/22-201 
86/05/22-202 
86/05/28-050 
86/05/29-500 
86/05/29-501 



Topic 



Melton, Richard 



85/04/25-232 Casey, William 
86/05/15-108 



86/05/15-108 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



84/01/00-300 Contra Activities 

84/11/28-200 

84/11/28-250 

84/12/04-002 

85/01/00-300 

85/01/00-400 

85/02/07-100 

85/02/07-101 

85/02/07-200 

85/04/25-400 

85/06/20-000 



78/05/31-010 
84/05/00-000 
84/07/00-100 
84/10/03-600 
84/12/04-002 
84/12/04-008 
85/02/07-100 
85/02/07-101 
85/04/25-232 



84/12/04-002 
85/02/07-101 



84/08/20-000 
85/06/01-200 



North, Oliver 



North, Oliver: Memo, 12/4/84 



North, Oliver: Memo, 2/7/85 



Owen, Robert 



84/11/28-200 Country 3 Solicitation 

84/11/28-250 

85/01/00-300 

85/02/07-100 

85/02/07-101 

85/08/00-010 

86/05/00-400 

86/05/00-450 

86/05/08-501 

86/05/12-101 



84/11/28-200 Country 5 Solicitation 

85/01/00-400 

85/02/07-100 

85/02/07-101 

86/05/00-400 

86/05/00-450 

86/05/08-501 



86/02/10-101 Owen, Robert: Memo, 2/10/86 



Pastora, Eden 



86/05/08-500 
86/05/12-101 
86/05/12-103 
86/05/14-101 
86/05/14-103 
86/05/15-100 
86/05/15-104 



84/12/04-250 Poindexter, John 



85/04/25-400 
85/09/02-100 



Publicity/Public Relations 



85/09/25-300 Delamico, Mario 



86/03/26-280 Shultz, George 



85/12/00-000 GeoMiliTech 



85/04/25-232 Martin, Ron 



85/04/25-232 McCoy, James 



85/02/07-200 McFarlane, Robert 



86/03/26-100 
86/03/26-110 
86/03/26-280 



86/05/12-102 
86/05/14-101 
86/05/14-102 
86/05/14-103 
86/05/15-103 
86/05/22-201 



Singlaub-Pastora Agreement (see 
also SINGLAUB-PASTORA 
AGREEMENT) 



Sol icitation 



424 



240 



Date 



Topic 



85/06/01-205 Studley, Barbara 

85/12/00010 

85/12/00-011 



86/03/26-180 Tambs, Lewis 
86/03/26-190 



Date 



Topic 



SMITH, WILLIAM FRENCH (U.S. Attorney 
General, 1/81-2/85) 

84/06/26-100 Casey, William 

86/01/17-105 Finding, 1/17/86: Cover Memo 



84/12/04-250 Third-Country Contributions to 
the Contras 



86/01/16-302 Findings, Presidential 



85/04/25-400 Third-Country Solicitation 



85/12/00-010 3-Way Trade Proposal 
85/12/00-011 



86/05/12-102 U.S. Government 



84/06/25-095 Meese, Edwin 

86/01/07-051 

86/01/07-140 

86/01/07-291 

86/01/16-122 

86/01/16-290 

86/01/16-300 

86/11/10-081 



85/06/01-200 Weapons List 



86/03/26-190 "We private United Statesians" 



84/06/26-100 Sporkin, Stanley 



84/06/25-095 Third-Country Funding for the 
84/06/26-100 Contras 



SINGLAUB-PASTORA AGREEMENT 

86/03/26-250 Abrams, Elliott 
86/03/26-270 



SMUGGLED DOCUMENTS 
86/11/25-660 Green, Tom 



86/03/26-250 Boland Amendments 



86/04/30-300 Melton, Richard 



86/11/25-650 Hall, Fawn 

86/11/25-660 

86/11/25-670 



86/03/26-280 Shultz, George 

86/03/31-100 

86/04/04-800 



86/11/25-660 North, Oliver 
86/11/25-670 



86/03/26-100 Singlaub, John 

86/03/26-110 

86/03/26-280 



SNIE (see SPECIAL NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE 
ESTIMATE) 



86/03/26-180 Tambs, Lewis 
86/03/26-190 



86/03/26-190 "We private United Statesians" 



SMITH, FRED CLIFTON, JR. (Employed 
by Carl Channell, 9/83-4/84 and 
9/84-5/87) 

86/03/27-400 O'Boyle, William 



SOFAER, ABRAHAM (Legal Adviser, DoS, 
1985-Present) 

86/11/25-895 Brunei 
86/11/25-900 
86/12/01-090 
86/12/01-100 



86/11/20-400 Casey's Congressional 

86/11/20-550 Testimony, 11/21/86 

86/11/20-560 

86/11/20-580 

86/11/20-590 

86/11/25-448 



425 



241 



Date Topic 

86/05/02-500 Contra Aid 



86/11/20-580 Cooper, Charles 

86/11/20-590 

86/11/21-570 



86/11/23-970 Cost of Arms 



Date Topic 

86/11/20-570 
86/11/20-580 
86/11/20-590 



86/11/18-080 White House Meeting, 11/18/86 

86/11/18-090 

86/11/18-500 

86/11/18-501 



86/11/20-570 "cover-up in progress" 



86/11/20-580 "whole thing smelled to me" 



86/11/18-501 Diversion 



86/11/22-700 Diversion, Sofaer's Deduction 
86/11/23-970 About 



86/11/18-500 Finding, 1/17/86 
86/11/18-501 



SOLICITATION 
85/12/04-151 Generally 



86/11/18-501 Hakim, Albert 



85/11/18-305 HAUK Transaction, 11/85 

86/11/18-500 

86/11/20-400 

86/11/20-560 

86/11/20-580 



86/11/19-270 Hill, Charles 



86/11/20-570 Meese, Edwin 

86/11/20-590 

86/11/20-607 



SOUTHERN AIR TRANSPORT 
85/09/00-003 ACE 

85/01/00-010 Arms Transactions 



86/11/20-550 Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



86/10/07-100 Dutton, Robert 



86/10/07-090 FBI Investigation 



86/11/20-590 North, Oliver 



86/11/20-550 Oil -Drilling Equipment 
86/11/25-448 



86/05/02-516 Poindexter, John 

86/11/18-500 

86/11/18-501 

86/11/20-532 

86/11/20-537 

86/11/20-543 



85/01/00-010 Gadd, Richard 
85/09/00-003 



86/10/05-100 Hasenfus Crash 

86/10/06-140 

86/10/07-120 



86/08/01-200 HAWK Spare Parts Delivery, 8/86 



86/02/22-000 HAW<s Returned, 2/86 



86/11/18-501 Secord, Richard 



86/11/19-275 Shultz, George 



86/11/22-700 Southern Air Transport 
86/11/23-970 



86/11/18-080 Thompson, Paul 



86/11/18-080 Uallison, Peter 



86/00/02-636 Investigation Delayed 
86/10/07-100 



86/10/07-090 Iran-Contra Report 



86/10/07-180 Meese, Edwin 

86/10/24-080 

86/10/24-085 

86/11/21-540 

86/11/21-541 

86/11/22-161 

86/11/22-163 

86/11/22-165 



86/11/21-540 North's "24 or 48 hours" 
86/11/21-541 



426 



242 



Date 



Topic 



86/08/26-101 Napier, Shirley 
86/08/26-102 



86/11/21-540 North, Oliver 
86/11/21-541 



Date 



Topic 



SPECIAL NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATE 
(SNIE), 5/85 

85/05/20-100 Iran Arms Sales Proposal 



85/05/04-102 Ledeen, Michael 



86/03/00-700 Owen, Robert 



86/00/02-636 Poindexter, John 

86/10/24-080 

86/10/24-085 



86/08/08-252 Resupply Operation 



SPORKIN, STANLEY (CIA General Counsel, 
Until 2/86; Currently a U.S. 
District Judge in Washington, D.C.) 

86/01/15-305 Casey, William 



84/06/26-100 Casey, William: Meeting with 
William French Smith, 6/26/84 



86/07/26-200 Rodriguez, Felix 



86/11/22-151 Shultz, George 

86/11/22-161 

86/11/22-163 

86/11/22-165 

86/11/22-166 

86/11/22-167 



86/11/22-164 Shultz-Meese Interview, 
11/22/86 



86/11/20-550 Sofaer, Abraham 

86/11/22-167 

86/11/22-700 

86/11/23-970 



86/01/07-800 Congressional Notification 

86/01/15-300 

86/01/15-305 



85/11/26-400 Finding, 12/5/85 
85/12/07-703 



85/12/05-035 Finding, 12/5/85: 
85/12/05-036 Non-Notification Provision 



85/12/05-035 Finding, 12/5/85: Ratification 
85/12/05-036 Provision 



85/12/05-025 Finding, 12/5/85: Wording 



86/05/24-200 Tehran Trip, 5/86 



86/01/02-100 Findings, 1/2 and 1/3/86 



86/02/17-100 TOW Transaction, 2/86 

86/02/22-000 

86/02/27-270 



86/01/05-200 Finding, 1/3/86: North Draft 



86/01/02-100 Finding, 1/3/86: Sporkin Draft 
86/01/03-020 



86/10/07-090 U.S. Customs Service 
Investigation 



86/01/17-285 Finding, 1/17/86 



86/10/24-085 Webster, William 



86/01/06-500 Findings, 1/86: Generally 
86/01/07-050 



SPEAKES, LARRY (Principal Deputy Press 
Secretary to President Reagan, 
1981-2/1/87) 



85/11/23-227 George, Clair 
85/11/23-228 



86/11/22-170 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/11/17-100 Iran Initiative 



85/12/05-035 Hughes-Ryan Amendment 



86/11/21-095 McMahon, John 



86/11/22-170 Meese, Edwin 
86/11/22-175 



427 



Date Topic 

85/12/05-025 Missiles 



Date Topic 

86/10/00-340 Gorman, Paul 



243 



85/12/07-703 Moderate Iranians 



85/06/05-200 Gregg, Donald 
85/09/10-100 



86/01/15-300 North, Oliver 
86/01/20-000 



86/04/20-220 Ilopango 



86/01/07-356 Poindexter, John 

86/01/18-100 

86/01/18-105 

86/01/18-110 



86/10/00-340 Moreau, Arthur 



85/09/10-100 North, Oliver 



85/12/05-035 Ratification 
85/12/05-036 



86/01/15-300 Second, Richard 

86/01/18-100 

86/01/18-105 

86/01/18-110 



84/06/26-100 Third-Country Funding for the 
Contras 



86/03/00-700 Owen, Robert 



86/04/08-100 Resupply Operation 

86/04/10-095 

86/08/00-300 

86/08/08-257 

86/08/12-130 

86/08/12-121 

86/08/12-150 

86/08/12-151 

86/10/00-340 



86/01/03-220 White House Meeting, 1/16/86 
86/01/16-290 



86/01/20-200 White House Meeting, 1/20/86 



84/12/21-210 Rodriguez, Felix 

85/06/05-200 

86/01/19-100 

86/08/00-300 



86/01/19-100 Watson, Samuel 
86/01/19-145 



STANFORD TECHNOLOGY TRADING GROUP 
INTERNATIONAL (STTGI) 

86/05/02-050 Dutton, Robert 



86/03/26-005 Hakim, Albert 



STEELHAMMER 

85/02/15-001 North, Oliver 
85/02/15-008 



86/03/26-005 Napier, Shirley 
86/03/26-010 



86/11/19-600 Shredding 
86/11/27-000 



STEEN, ALANN (see HOSTAGES, U.S.) 



86/03/26-010 Wire Transfers 



STEELE, COL. JAMES (U.S. Military 
Group Commander Stationed in Central 
America) 

86/08/00-300 Dutton, Robert 



STEPHENS, JAY B. (Deputy White House 
Counsel; Named Interim U.S. Attorney 
for Washington, D.C. on 2/29/88) 

86/11/27-400 Hall, Fawn 



STUDLEY, BARBARA (President, GeoMiliTech) 
85/06/01-205 Calero, Adolfo 



428 



244 



Date Topic 

85/06/01-200 Generally 



85/12/00-010 Singlaub, John 
85/12/00-011 



85/12/00-010 3-Way Trade Proposal 
85/12/00-011 



Date 



Topic 



84/09/02-161 Poindexter, John 

85/12/05-113 

86/11/21-633 



86/10/05-300 Problem Memos 



85/08/16-290 "Successor-Dependent" System 



SULLIVAN, BRENDAN (Washington, D.C. 
Attorney; Represents Oliver North) 

86/11/25-530 North-Second Meeting, 11/26/86 



86/12/11-400 Robinette, Glenn 
87/03/16-300 



86/11/21-630 Tampering 

86/11/21-633 

86/11/21-635 



TAMBS, LEWIS (U.S. Ambassador to Costa 
Rica, 1985-86) 

85/09/01-000 Abrams, Elliott 

85/09/01-001 

85/09/01-100 



SUTHERLAND, THOMAS (see HOSTAGES, U.S.) 



83/00/00-300 Background 



86/07/25-100 Casey, William 



SWISS BANK ACCOUNTS 
86/12/04-100 Frozen 

87/03/19-100 President Reagan 



85/07/01-500 Castillo, Tomas 

85/07/25-300 

85/08/29-100 

85/09/01-000 

86/05/31-200 

86/06/01-200 

86/06/15-400 



SYSTEM IV 

85/02/06-311 Altered Documents 

86/11/21-615 

86/11/21-620 

86/11/21-624 



85/07/01-599 Castillo as Channel to the RIG 



85/07/01-210 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



85/07/01-401 CIA 



86/10/05-305 Contra Documents 

86/10/05-305 DeGraffenreid, Ken 

85/08/16-290 Generally 

85/02/06-311 Hall, Fawn 



85/08/16-203 McFarlane's List of Problem 
Memos 



85/02/06-311 Merchant, Brian 
86/11/21-615 



86/09/15-400 Chiefs of Missions Meeting, 
9/86 



85/07/01-110 Contra Activities 

85/07/01-112 

85/07/01-114 

85/07/01-116 

85/07/01-117 

85/07/01-200 

85/08/14-100 



85/07/25-200 Costa Rican Airstrip 

85/07/25-300 

85/08/29-100 

85/09/01-000 

85/09/01-001 

86/01/01-500 

86/05/31-200 

86/06/15-400 



429 



245 



Date Topic 

86/07/25-100 
86/09/03-400 



86/06/01-200 Costa Rican Airstrip: 

Munitions Plane Stuck in 
the Hud 



86/09/05-200 Costa Rican Airstrip Press 
86/09/05-201 Conference 
86/09/05-230 
86/09/05-238 



85/08/14-100 Department of State 



Date Topic 

85/07/01-101 Southern Front 

85/07/01-110 

85/07/01-112 

85/07/01-116 

85/07/01-117 

85/07/01-200 

85/07/01-210 

85/07/01-400 

85/07/01-401 

85/07/01-500 

86/09/05-250 

86/09/15-400 



86/03/26-190 "Ue private United Statesians" 



85/07/01-100 Generally 

86/09/05-195 Iran-Contra Report 

85/07/01-400 King's Shilling 

85/07/01-115 McFarlane, Robert 



82/01/01-600 North, Oliver 

85/07/01-118 

86/06/01-200 

86/09/05-250 



TC (see OWEN, ROBERT) 



TEHRAN TRIP, 5/86 

86/05/23-105 Advance Party 
86/05/23-115 



86/05/27-050 "Adviser," Meeting with the 



85/07/01-101 North's Directive 

85/07/01-110 

85/07/01-112 

85/07/01-114 

85/07/01-116 



85/08/29-000 Owen, Robert 
85/08/29-100 



85/07/01-118 Poindexter, John 



85/07/01-500 President Reagan 



85/07/01-200 Resignation 

86/12/01-300 

86/12/01-340 



86/05/27-061 Afghanistan 



86/04/16-100 Agreement to Produce All the 

86/05/23-105 Hostages 

86/05/24-700 

86/05/24-701 

86/05/24-702 

86/05/24-704 

86/05/24-710 

86/05/24-718 



86/11/03-110 Al-Shira' Article 



86/10/17-100 Allen, Charles: Memo, 10/17/86 



86/04/04-010 Arrangements 



85/07/01-115 Restricted Interagency Group 

85/07/01-300 (RIG) 

85/07/01-595 

85/07/01-596 

85/07/01-599 

85/07/01-600 

85/07/01-640 



86/05/19-400 Cabinet, Notice to 
86/05/19-405 



86/05/25-050 Cables 



86/05/17-050 Casey, William 



85/07/01-640 Shultz, George 



86/10/24-402 Casey, William: Memo, 10/24/86 



86/03/26-180 Singtaub-Pastora Agreement 
86/03/26-190 



86/05/25-100 Cast of Characters: 

McFarlane's Description 



430 



Date Topic 

86/05/28-750 Cave, George 



Date Topic 

86/05/24-000 Iranian Demands 



246 



86/05/24-000 Chou En Lai 



86/04/04-011 Iranian "Quids" 



86/05/23-924 Coy, Craig 

86/05/23-925 

86/05/23-926 

86/05/23-928 

86/05/29-080 



86/11/07-305 Israel 



86/03/10-400 Ledeen, Michael 



86/05/24-000 Dawa Prisoners 

86/05/27-055 

86/05/27-070 



86/05/28-400 Diversion 
86/05/28-500 



86/04/04-010 Diversion Memo 
86/04/04-011 



86/05/27-060 Draft Agreement, 5/27/86 
86/05/27-061 



86/05/28-400 McFarlane Hears of Diversion 
86/05/28-500 



86/04/16-100 McFarlane, Robert 

86/04/22-200 

86/05/23-924 

86/05/24-000 

86/05/24-002 

86/05/25-100 

86/05/27-050 

86/05/28-450 

86/05/29-010 

86/05/29-080 

86/10/03-100 



86/05/24-001 DEA Hostage-Rescue Operation 



86/05/23-900 Earl, Robert 
86/05/23-924 
86/05/23-926 
86/05/28-450 



86/05/27-195 First Plane-Load of HAWK Parts 

86/07/29-313 Fuller, Crflig 

86/10/24-402 Furmark, Roy 

86/11/20-660 George, Clair 



86/05/24-005 McFarlane, Robert: In Charge 



86/05/25-050 Memoranda from Trip 



86/05/25-050 Minutes of Meetings 

86/11/25-650 

86/11/25-660 



86/05/24-000 Negotiations 

86/05/27-050 

86/05/27-055 

86/05/27-060 

86/05/27-061 



86/05/24-000 Negotiations: McFar lane's 
Description 



86/05/23-928 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 

86/05/24-704 

86/05/25-050 

86/05/28-750 



86/05/23-928 HAWK Spare Parts: Financing 
86/10/24-402 



86/05/27-050 Hizballah Preconditions 
86/05/27-055 



86/05/27-061 Nicaragua 



86/05/23-105 No Advance Party 
86/05/23-115 



86/04/22-200 No Arms Deliveries Before 
86/04/22-250 Hostages Released 
86/05/24-000 
86/05/24-001 



86/05/24-800 Hostage Negotiations 



86/05/06-300 I ran- Contra Report 



86/05/06-300 Iranian Delegation: 
Ghorbani far 's List 



86/05/17-050 North, Oliver 

86/05/23-105 

86/05/23-924 

86/05/23-925 

86/05/23-926 

86/05/29-080 



431 



247 



Date 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



86/05/27-060 North's Summoning the Second 
86/05/27-200 Plane (see also Second Plane- 
86/05/27-220 Load of HAWK Parts) 
86/05/27-223 
86/05/27-225 



86/05/24-700 Objectives 



86/04/07-300 "Our Boss" PROF 



86/05/24-005 Pallet: Dimensions 



86/05/24-000 Passport 



86/10/08-900 Public Disclosure 

86/11/05-210 

86/11/05-250 

86/11/07-305 



86/05/27-061 Radar Systems 



86/05/23-115 Risk of Further Hostages 



86/05/27-061 Satellite Communications 



86/05/24-001 Second Plane-Load of HAWK Parts 
86/05/24-005 (see also North's Summoning 
86/05/27-060 the Second Plane) 



86/04/03-150 Poindexter, John 

86/04/04-107 

86/04/16-100 

86/04/16-110 

86/04/22-200 

86/05/00-595 

86/05/17-050 

86/05/19-407 

86/05/23-115 

86/05/23-926 

86/05/24-000 

86/05/24-001 

86/05/24-710 

86/05/25-100 

86/05/27-195 

86/05/28-450 

86/05/29-011 

86/10/03-100 



86/04/03-100 Preparations 
86/04/16-090 



86/05/24-005 Secord, Richard 

86/05/24-200 

86/05/25-000 



86/05/17-050 Secrecy 

86/05/19-400 

86/05/19-405 



86/04/16-110 Sequence of Events 
86/04/22-200 



86/05/00-595 Shultz, George 

86/05/17-050 

86/05/19-400 

86/05/28-900 

86/05/29-100 



86/05/25-050 Source Documents 



86/04/03-150 President Reagan 

86/05/23-924 

86/05/23-925 

86/05/24-001 

86/11/07-305 

88/03/25-100 



86/05/23-105 Suicide Pills 



86/05/23-110 Suicide Pills: "like the 

controls on nuclear weapons" 



86/05/29-011 President's Briefing After the 
Trip 



86/05/23-115 President's Instructions 



86/05/23-926 Press Guidance in Event of 
Exposure 



86/10/17-100 Profit Not Realized 



86/10/24-402 Profits 



86/05/25-050 PROFs from Trip 



86/05/24-005 Summary 



86/01/15-120 Tarmac Discussion 

86/04/04-107 

86/05/24-001 

86/05/24-002 

86/05/28-400 

86/05/28-500 

86/05/29-011 



86/04/04-011 Terms of Reference 
86/05/24-710 



86/04/04-011 "ultimate objective" 



86/04/03-305 Vice President Bush 



432 



248 



Date 



Topic 



86/07/29-301 Vice President Bush's Meeting 
86/07/29-313 with Nir, 7/29/86 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/07-331 White House Chronologies 
86/11/07-332 



86/05/17-050 Weinberger, Caspar 

86/05/19-400 

86/05/19-405 

86/05/19-407 

86/05/29-150 



86/11/10-030 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 

86/11/10-040 

86/11/10-041 



86/11/05-250 White House Strategy upon 
Disclosure 



86/05/24-005 Who Owned the HAWK Spare Parts 



TERPIL, FRANK (International 
Arms Dealer; Former CIA 
Official) 

86/05/02-700 Central American Task Force 
86/10/05-182 Chief (C/CATF) 



86/05/02-700 North, Oliver 



86/08/12-120 Resupply Operation 



86/05/15-405 Secord, Richard 



86/05/23-926 Who Went 



TEICHER, HOWARD (Senior Director 
for Political and Military 
Affairs, NSC Staff, 5/86-2/87; 
Acting Senior Director for 
Middle East Division, NSC 
Staff, 1/86-5/86; NSC Staff 
Member, Middle East Directorate, 
3/82-1/86) 

84/03/27-111 Country 1 

84/04/17-100 

84/04/20-100 

84/04/20-200 

84/05/09-100 

84/05/11-100 

84/05/23-100 



86/05/27-055 Dawa Prisoners 



86/11/18-650 Diversion 



84/12/04-250 Israeli Support for Contras: 
NSC Approach 



85/04/00-120 Ledeen, Michael 
85/05/04-102 



84/03/27-111 McFarlane, Robert 

84/04/20-200 

84/05/23-100 



84/03/27-111 McFarlane, Robert: Memo, 
4/20/84 



THATCHER, MARGARET (Prime Minister 
of Great Britain, 1979-Present) 

86/11/15-515 Meeting with President Reagan, 
11/15/86 



86/11/15-515 Shultz, George 



THIRD COUNTRIES AND THE CONTRAS 
84/05/00-703 Calero, Adolfo 



84/03/27-100 Casey, William 
84/03/27-111 



85/03/21-500 Casey, William: Memo, 3/21/85 



86/10/18-300 CIA Approach for Contra Aid 
86/12/09-301 



84/03/27-210 Clarridge, Duane 



84/03/27-100 Contra Support 

84/04/16-100 

84/05/25-100 

84/05/28-100 

84/06/25-095 

84/06/25-100 

84/06/25-102 

84/06/25-103 

84/06/26-100 



86/05/27-055 Tehran Trip, 5/86 



85/12/04-150 Diversion 
85/12/04-151 



433 



249 



Date 



Topic 



Date 



85/03/05-226 End-User Certificates 
85/03/05-227 



85/01/22-130 Finding, Presidential 



84/03/27-210 George, Clair 



Topic 



THOMPSON, CMDR. PAUL (NSC Staff 
Member, 1983-87: Deputy Di rector 
of Legal and Legislative Affairs, 
6/83-6/85; Military Assistant to 
the National Security Adviser, 
1/85-1987; General Counsel, NSC, 
6/85-1987) 

86/04/28-250 Abu Nidal 



85/12/04-150 Humanitarian Aid 



86/09/15-505 Israel 



85/08/16-210 Altered Documents 
85/09/30-100 



84/03/27-110 McFarlane, Robert 

84/03/27-111 

84/05/00-425 

85/03/21-500 

85/06/30-101 

86/12/08-205 

86/12/08-206 

87/05/13-100 



86/11/21-455 Attorney General's Inves- 
86/11/22-605 tigation, 11/21-11/25/86 



85/08/16-200 Barnes Letter to McFarlane 

85/08/20-150 

85/08/20-151 



84/10/03-326 Boland Amendments 



84/06/25-095 NSPG Meeting on Contra Funding, 

84/06/25-100 6/25/84 

84/06/25-102 

84/06/25-103 



86/11/20-400 Casey's Congressional 
Testimony, 11/21/86 



86/05/16-291 NSPG Meeting on Contra Funding, 
5/16/86 



85/03/05-225 Congressional Inquiries About 

85/08/16-200 North 

86/07/21-110 

86/08/06-220 



85/05/01-500 North, Oliver 



86/11/19-400 Cooper, Charles 



85/03/05-226 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/5/85 
85/03/05-227 



85/01/22-130 Poindexter, John 

85/08/00-020 

86/05/16-291 



86/11/07-100 Department of Justice Inves- 
86/11/12-100 tigation of the Iran 
Initiative 



86/04/04-105 Diversion Memo 
86/11/24-170 



85/03/21-500 President Reagan 

85/08/00-020 

86/05/16-291 

87/05/13-100 



86/11/22-037 Documents To Be Shredded, 
11/22/86 



87/05/13-100 President's Statement on Contra 
Support, 5/13/87 



85/06/30-101 Quid Pro Quo 



86/11/13-022 Finding, 12/5/85 

86/11/13-023 

86/11/21-431 

86/11/21-432 

86/11/21-440 

86/11/21-441 



84/05/00-703 Secord, Richard 



86/11/21-431 Finding, 1/6/86 



85/02/07-200 Singlaub, John 



86/01/17-285 Finding, 1/17/86 
86/11/21-431 



85/06/30-101 Solicitation 



84/03/27-111 Teicher, Howard 



85/11/20-305 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 
86/11/18-162 



85/08/16-432 Letters to Congress About 
North, 1985 



434 



Date 



Topic 



85/03/05-225 McFarlane, Robert 

85/08/16-200 

85/08/16-202 

85/09/30-100 

85/09/30-101 



86/11/21-430 Meese, Edwin 
86/11/21-441 



85/09/30-101 Memo, 10/16/85 



85/09/30-100 North, Oliver 

86/11/22-037 

86/11/22-595 

86/11/22-605 



86/04/04-105 Poindexter, John 

86/05/16-700 

86/07/21-110 

86/08/06-220 

86/10/11-117 

86/11/20-532 

86/11/20-543 

86/11/21-582 

86/11/22-605 

86/11/24-170 



86/11/19-400 President's News Conference, 
11/19/86 



86/11/18-500 White House Meeting, 11/18/86 
86/11/18-501 



Date 

85/12/00-010 Text 
85/12/00-011 



Topic 



85/12/00-120 Weinberger, Caspar 
85/12/00-121 



TOW MISSILES 

86/06/21-630 Crowe, William 

86/06/21-670 

86/06/21-675 

86/06/21-676 



86/05/23-940 Department of Defense Documents 
86/06/21-670 



86/01/13-100 Economy Act 



86/11/01-100 Hostage Release 



86/06/21-675 Impact of Arms Transfers on 
86/06/21-676 I ran- Iraq War 
86/06/21-677 



86/06/21-677 Impact of Transfers on U.S. 
Readiness 



86/01/17-748 Inspector General's Report 



250 



3-WAY TRADE PROPOSAL 
85/12/00-100 Casey, William 

85/12/00-111 Diversion 



86/10/30-000 Israeli Replacement TOWs, 10/86 



85/09/09-100 Ledeen, Michael 



86/05/23-940 Logistics 



85/12/00-000 Generally 
85/12/00-100 



85/12/00-100 North, Oliver 
85/12/00-111 "piece of junk" 
85/12/00-110 President Reagan 



86/01/13-100 Payment Arrangements 



85/09/09-100 Pricing 

85/12/04-255 

86/01/16-292 

86/01/16-293 

86/05/23-930 

86/05/23-940 

86/05/23-941 

86/11/22-700 



85/12/00-110 Shultz, George 
85/12/00-111 



85/12/00-000 Singlaub, John 
85/12/00-100 



86/01/17-750 Readiness 



85/09/09-100 Schwimmer, Adolph 



86/10/30-000 Shipment, 10/86 
86/10/30-100 



435 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/19-301 Shoulder-Carried: President's 
News Conference, 11/19/86 



86/10/30-100 Southern Air Transport 



Date Topic 

86/02/28-300 Shultz, George 



86/02/19-000 Southern Air Transport 
86/02/22-000 



251 



86/01/13-100 Transfer Arrangements 



86/05/23-930 Underpricing of TOWs (see also 
Pricing) 



86/02/17-100 Sumnary 
86/02/27-270 



86/02/25-220 Weinberger, Caspar 



86/01/17-748 U.S. Military Readiness 



TOW TRANSACTION, SUMMER 1985 (see 
IRAN PROPOSALS, SUMMER 1985) 



TOW TRANSACTION, 10/86 
86/09/25-200 Financing 

86/10/22-100 Geneva Meeting, 10/22/86 



TOW TRANSACTION, 2/86 
86/02/15-110 Diversion 

86/02/17-100 First Shipment, 2/15-2/17/86 



86/02/17-100 Iran-Contra Report 
86/02/27-270 



86/05/00-550 No Hostages Released 

86/02/13-100 North, Oliver 

86/02/13-100 Operation Rescue 

86/05/00-550 Poindexter, John 

86/02/18-400 Preparations 

88/03/25-100 President Reagan 

86/02/25-200 President's Approval 

86/02/27-270 Second Shipment, 2/27/86 



86/02/13-100 Secord, Richard 
86/02/22-000 



86/02/17-100 Shipments 

86/02/19-000 

86/02/22-000 

86/02/25-100 

86/02/27-270 



86/10/08-524 Poindexter, John 



88/03/25-100 President Reagan 



86/10/08-524 President's Approval 



86/10/28-100 Secord, Richard 



86/10/28-100 Sumnary 



86/10/22-100 TOWs Rejected by Israel Sent to 
86/10/28-100 Iran 



86/10/28-100 TOWs Shipped, 10/28/86 



TOWER COMMISSION/TOWER BOARD REPORT 
87/03/19-101 Arms for Hostages 

85/12/19-200 Casey, William: Memo, 12/10/85 



86/11/19-710 Central American Task Force 
86/11/19-712 Chief (C/CATF) 



85/12/22-101 CIA Memo, 12/22/85 



86/01/17-090 Clarridge, Duane 



86/11/07-332 Coy, Craig 
86/11/13-002 



85/12/05-640 Finding, 12/5/85 



82-742 0-88—15 



436 



252 



Date Topic 

86/11/25-550 Formation 
86/11/26-700 



84/10/03-710 Generally 
85/08/16-434 



87/03/19-102 Hostages 



86/12/08-050 Investigation 



Date Topic 

86/11/25-550 Regan, Donald 

87/02/26-100 Report Released 



85/11/20-331 Shultz, George 
86/00/02-658 



86/05/24-000 Tehran Trip, 5/86 
86/05/25-050 



85/11/08-000 Kimche, David: Proposal 



85/05/04-100 Ledeen, Michael 

85/05/04-103 

85/05/04-106 

85/07/03-105 

85/09/04-500 

85/10/08-300 

85/10/31-800 

85/12/22-100 

85/12/22-101 



86/11/07-332 McFarlane, Robert 

86/11/13-002 

87/05/13-100 



86/11/07-315 White House Chronologies 

86/11/07-332 

86/11/13-002 

86/11/18-160 



85/12/07-150 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 



TRACY, EDWARD AUSTIN (see HOSTAGES, 
U.S.) 



86/07/15-050 North, Oliver: Leaks 



86/07/21-120 Poindexter, John 



TRANSAMERICA ARMS (see TRANSWORLD 
ARMANENT) 



86/11/21-433 Poindexter, John: Destroyed 
Documents 



84/10/03-140 President Reagan 

84/10/03-142 

85/08/06-600 

85/12/19-200 

86/00/07-220 

86/00/07-251 

86/00/09-245 

86/05/16-291 

87/01/26-100 

87/03/04-100 

87/03/19-101 

87/03/19-102 

87/03/19-103 

87/05/13-100 



TRANSWORLD ARMANENT 
84/11/00-000 Arms Transactions 

85/01/00-010 Gadd, Richard 



85/03/21-400 Generally 
85/05/01-400 



84/07/00-160 Secord, Richard 



84/11/00-010 Transamerica Arms 



85/08/06-600 President Reagan: "I don't 
remember -- period." 



85/12/09-171 President's Concern for 
Hostages 



TRAVELER'S CHECKS 

85/04/00-600 Calero, Adolfo 

85/04/00-605 

85/04/00-607 



87/03/04-100 President's Statement, 3/4/87 



85/04/01-700 North, Cashed by 



87/08/12-100 President's Statement, 8/12/87 
87/08/12-101 



437 



253 



Date 



Topic 



85/04/00-600 North, Oliver 

85/04/00-607 

85/04/00-611 

86/04/00-617 



Date Topic 

85/04/00-690 President Reagan 



85/04/00-610 North's Sources 



UNO (see UNITED NICARAGUAN OPPOSITION) 



85/03/00-100 Owen, Robert 



85/04/00-617 Poindexter, John 



U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE INVESTIGATION 
86/04/07-230 Department of Justice 



TURNER, JESSE (see HOSTAGES, U.S.) 



86/04/07-230 Iran-Contra Report 

86/06/21-900 

86/10/07-090 



86/10/07-090 Southern Air Transport 



UDALL CORP. 

86/05/31-200 Costa Rican Airstrip 



86/09/25-100 Costa Rican Airstrip: Exposure 
86/09/30-100 



86/05/02-000 Dutton, Robert 



85/08/29-400 Generally 
86/03/31-440 



VESSEY, GEN. JOHN (Chairman, Joint 
Chiefs of Staff, 1982-85; General, 
U.S. Army, Ret.) 

85/02/00-600 Country 2 Second Contribution 
85/02/00-631 to the Contras 
86/06/16-080 



85/03/05-200 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/5/85 



86/03/00-430 Secord, Richard 



86/09/25-100 Udall Resources, Inc. 



UNITED NICARAGUAN OPPOSITION (UNO) 
86/06/00-165 Brunei Solicitation 

85/04/00-690 Calero, Adolfo 



86/08/28-121 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



86/08/28-121 North, Oliver 



86/02/27-090 Owen, Robert: Memo, 2/27/86 



86/03/17-100 Owen, Robert: Memo, 3/17/86 
86/03/17-101 



86/05/15-100 Pastora, Eden 
86/05/15-104 



VICE PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH (U.S. Vice 
President, 1981 -Present) 
(alphabetized under subcategory "Vice 
President Bush," not "Bush, George," in 
all other entry listings) 

86/12/03-101 Afghanistan 



86/07/29-315 Arms for Hostages 
86/12/03-102 



86/01/11-130 Batri 



86/01/11-130 Bosch Battery 



86/05/20-900 Bustillo, Juan 



86/11/25-530 Call to North, 11/25/86 



86/01/07-830 Casey, William 

86/12/10-200 

86/12/10-201 



438 



254 



Date Topic 

86/12/03-102 "clearly mistakes were made" 



84/05/00-200 Country 2 Contributions to the 
86/06/16-080 Contras 



85/12/07-750 "dealing with the most radical 
86/07/29-302 elements" 



86/00/02-995 Diversion 
86/11/24-070 
86/11/25-319 
86/12/03-103 



Date Topic 

86/07/29-314 
86/07/29-315 
86/12/03-103 



86/01/07-830 Iran Initiative: "generally 
86/12/10-201 supported the effort" 



86/02/01-100 Iran Initiative: "solid in 
taking the position that we 
have to try" 



86/01/07-830 Iran Initiative: "worth a 
86/12/10-200 shot" 



86/11/10-037 Evans, U.S. v. 



85/12/05-113 Finding, 12/5/85 



86/01/06-530 Finding, 1/6/86 



85/12/05-670 Finding, 1/17/86 
86/01/17-110 



86/01/17-105 Finding, 1/17/86: Cover Memo 



86/07/29-300 Fuller, Craig: Memo, 7/29/86 

86/07/29-301 

86/07/29-302 

86/07/29-310 

86/07/29-311 

86/07/29-312 

86/07/20-313 

86/07/29-314 



86/07/29-310 "Fully Aware" of Program 

Involving Hostages and Iran 



86/01/11-130 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



86/12/03-101 Iran-Iraq War 



86/11/10-037 "Israel may try to squeeze us" 



84/12/04-250 Israeli Leverage 
86/01/02-031 



86/07/29-310 Jenco, Lawrence 



86/12/03-103 "[L]et the chips fall where 

they may. Ue want the truth." 



86/06/16-080 McFarlane, Robert 



85/12/06-850 McFarlane, Robert: Contact, 
12/85 



85/12/09-180 McFarlane's Briefing on the 
12/8/85 London Meeting 



86/11/24-070 Meese, Edwin 



86/12/15-107 Gregg, Donald 
86/12/15-108 



86/10/05-100 Hasenfus Crash 



86/07/29-314 Moderate Iranians 
86/12/03-101 



85/12/07-750 Moderate Iranians Can't Deliver 
86/07/29-302 



85/11/23-230 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/12/03-103 "I was aware of our Iran 

initiative and I support the 
President's decision." 



86/01/02-031 Iran Initiative 

86/07/29-300 

86/07/29-301 

86/07/29-302 

86/07/29-310 

86/07/29-311 

86/07/29-312 

86/07/29-313 



86/07/29-300 Nir, Amiram: Meeting, 7/29/86 

86/07/29-301 

86/07/29-302 

86/07/29-310 

86/07/29-311 

86/07/29-312 

86/07/29-313 

86/07/29-314 

86/07/29-315 



85/11/23-230 North, Oliver 

86/00/09-700 

86/01/11-130 

86/07/29-310 

86/07/29-311 



439 



255 



Date Topic 

86/07/29-313 
86/07/29-314 
86/12/15-107 



86/07/29-300 North, Oliver: Contact, 
c. 7/29/86 



86/12/03-101 Operation Staunch 
86/12/03-102 



86/07/29-300 Peres, Shimon 
86/11/25-155 



84/12/04-250 Poindexter, John 

85/12/05-113 

85/12/06-855 

86/04/03-299 

86/04/03-305 

86/09/08-120 

86/11/25-155 



Topic 



Date 

85/01/22-205 
85/01/29-100 
86/04/16-200 
86/04/16-210 
86/04/16-220 
86/04/16-221 
86/04/16-222 
86/05/01-200 
86/05/01-205 
86/05/01-210 
86/05/01-250 
86/05/01-325 
86/05/20-000 
86/05/20-900 
86/06/25-320 
86/06/25-325 
86/08/08-270 
86/08/08-285 
86/12/15-105 
86/12/15-107 
86/12/15-108 



86/06/21-570 Second Channel Opened 



86/11/25-311 Poindexter, John: Resignation 
86/11/25-319 



86/12/03-101 Pragmatic Iranians 



86/07/29-300 Sequential Release of Hostages 

86/07/29-301 

86/07/29-302 

86/07/29-313 



86/12/03-102 President Reagan 



86/01/07-810 Shultz, George 



86/07/29-300 "radical group was the group 
that could del i ver" 



86/01/07-870 Shultz, George: "my 

recollection is that [Bush] 
favored the initiative" 



86/12/03-103 
86/01/07-007 



86/04/16-200 
86/04/16-210 
86/04/16-220 
86/04/16-221 
86/04/16-222 
86/05/01-205 
86/05/01-210 
86/05/01-217 
86/05/01-250 
86/05/01-300 



Ransom Payments 



Report of the Vice President's 
Task Force on Combatting 
Terrorism: Meeting, 1/7/86 



"Resupply of the Contras" 



86/12/03-100 Speech on the Iran Initiative, 

86/12/03-101 12/3/86 

86/12/03-102 

86/12/03-103 



86/04/03-305 Tehran Trip, 5/86 
86/07/29-301 



85/07/01-610 
86/07/29-600 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-286 
86/08/08-288 
86/08/12-152 
86/08/12-153 



Watson, Samuel 



86/00/09-700 
86/07/29-600 
86/08/08-270 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-286 
86/08/12-110 
86/08/12-116 
86/08/12-121 
86/08/12-152 
86/08/12-153 



Resupply Operation 



85/08/06-020 White House Meeting, 8/6/85 



85/12/07-100 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 
85/12/07-141 



86/01/07-061 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 

86/01/07-141 

86/01/07-808 

86/01/07-810 

86/01/07-870 



85/01/22-200 Rodriguez, Felix 



440 



256 



Date Topic 

86/11/10-037 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 



Date Topic 

84/12/04-003 North, Oliver: Memo, M/U/&1* 



85/03/06-170 Poindexter, John 
85/03/06-171 



VICKERS, ROBERT (National Intelligence 
Officer for Latin America in 11/84) 



85/03/06-171 President Reagan 



84/11/07-501 Central American Task Force 
Chief (C/CATF) 



84/11/07-275 HINDS 
84/11/07-280 



84/11/07-501 North, Oliver 



84/12/02-100 Saladin 
84/12/04-003 
84/12/04-008 
84/12/27-100 



86/03/13-100 Secord, Richard 



85/02/15-001 Steelhammer Letter 



WALKER, DAVID (Partner, KMS, Ltd.; Former 
British SAS Officer) 

85/03/06-150 Blowpipes 



84/12/04-003 Calero, Adolfo 



85/03/06-165 Casey, William 



84/12/02-100 Clarridge, Duane 
84/12/27-100 



86/05/19-100 Outton, Robert 



WALKER, WILLIAM G. (Deputy Assistant 
Secretary of State, Bureau of 
Inter-American Affairs, DoS) 

85/12/15-170 Central American Trip, 12/85 
85/12/15-171 



86/08/12-100 Resupply Operation 

86/08/12-120 

86/08/12-121 

85/08/12-130 

86/08/12-150 

86/08/12-151 



84/11/28-200 Generally 
85/03/06-160 



84/12/04-003 HINDS 
84/12/04-008 



84/12/02-100 KMS 
84/12/04-003 
84/12/04-008 
84/12/27-100 



WALLISON, PETER (Former Counsel to 
President Reagan) 

86/11/20-400 Casey's Congressional 
86/11/20-570 Testimony, 11/21/86 
86/11/20-580 



86/11/19-300 Meese, Edwin 



84/12/04-008 Lehman, John 
85/03/06-170 



86/10/11-117 Poindexter, John 
86/11/20-532 



85/03/06-100 Managua Arms Depot Explosion 



85/08/06-600 President Reagan 



85/12/10-006 McFarlane, Robert 



84/12/02-100 North, Oliver 

84/12/04-003 

84/12/04-008 

85/02/15-001 

85/03/06-165 

85/03/06-170 

85/03/06-171 



86/11/18-080 Sofaer, Abraham 

86/11/20-570 

86/11/20-580 

86/11/20-590 



85/08/06-600 Tower Board 



86/11/19-322 White House Chronologies 
86/11/19-323 



441 



Date 



Topic 



WALTERS, VERNON (U.S. Ambassador to 
the United Nations, Since 5/85) 

85/05/04-104 Shackley, Theodore 



Date 

86/10/05-090 
86/10/05-150 
86/10/05-160 
86/10/06-100 



257 



Topic 



Hasenfus Crash 



WATERGATE 

86/11/15-000 McFarlane, Robert 
86/11/15-100 



86/06/25-310 Rodriguez, Felix 

86/08/08-255 

86/08/12-110 

86/08/12-116 



86/01/19-150 



86/07/29-600 
86/07/29-601 
86/07/31-101 
86/08/08-281 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-288 
86/08/12-152 
86/08/12-153 



Memo, 12/16/86 
North, Oliver 



86/08/08-284 Notes 



86/08/08-295 Poindexter, John 



WATSON, COL. SAMUEL, III 
(Deputy National Security Adviser 
to Vice President Bush) 

86/01/19-145 Bustillo, Juan 
86/11/11-100 



86/04/16-213 Byrne, Phyllis 

86/04/16-214 

86/04/16-220 



86/01/19-145 Central American Trip, 1/86 

86/01/19-146 

86/01/19-149 



85/07/01-610 Restricted Interagency Group 



86/08/12-153 Clines, Tom 



86/08/08-283 Contra Funding 



86/01/19-145 Corr, Edwin 



86/06/25-326 Dutton, Robert 



86/07/31-100 Earl, Robert 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-288 
86/08/12-152 



86/01/19-150 El Salvador Trip, 1/86 



86/04/16-221 Facilitating the Contras 



86/04/16-222 Gregg, Donald 

86/07/31-100 

86/07/31-105 

86/08/08-275 

86/08/08-290 

86/08/12-151 



86/04/16-210 
86/04/16-213 
86/04/16-214 
86/04/16-221 
86/04/16-222 



86/04/16-220 



86/01/19-146 
86/04/16-222 
86/06/25-326 
86/07/29-600 
86/07/29-601 
86/07/31-100 
86/07/31-101 
86/07/31-105 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-270 
86/08/08-275 
86/08/08-280 
86/08/08-281 
86/08/08-282 
86/08/08-283 
86/08/08-284 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-286 
86/08/08-290 
86/08/12-100 
86/08/12-121 
86/08/12-130 
86/08/12-150 
86/08/12-151 
86/08/12-152 
86/08/12-153 
86/11/07-050 



86/01/19-100 
86/01/19-145 
86/01/19-150 
86/04/16-220 



"Resupply of the Contras" 



"Resupply of the Contras": 
"evolved from that general 
atmospheric" 



Resupply Operation 



Rodriguez, Felix 



442 



258 



Date 

86/04/16-221 
86/04/16-222 
86/04/30-100 
86/05/01-325 
86/06/25-320 
86/06/25-325 
86/06/25-326 
86/07/29-600 
86/07/29-601 
86/07/31-100 
86/07/31-101 
86/07/31-105 
86/08/08-250 
86/08/08-255 
86/08/08-270 
86/08/08-275 
86/08/08-280 
86/08/08-281 
86/08/08-282 
86/08/08-283 
86/08/08-284 
86/08/08-285 
86/08/08-286 
86/08/08-288 
86/08/08-290 
86/08/12-150 
86/08/12-151 
86/11/06-100 
86/11/07-050 
86/11/11-100 



Topic 



Date 



Topic 



WEINBERGER, CASPAR U. (Secretary of 
Defense, 1/81-11/87) 

85/12/07-165 Alternative Proposals for 
Hostage Release 



86/11/10-040 Arms Export Control Act 
86/11/18-347 



85/12/07-251 "baby . . . strangled in its 
85/12/07-252 cradle" 



86/01/07-830 Casey, William 
86/01/15-140 



85/12/04-255 Congressional Notification 
86/03/07-100 



85/02/00-600 Country 2 Second Contribution 
85/03/15-400 to the Contras 
86/06/16-080 



86/01/15-140 Creating Roadblocks 



86/01/19-100 Steele, James 
86/01/19-145 



86/06/21-240 Crowe, William 
86/06/21-650 



86/08/08-282 "swap of weapons for dollars" 



86/05/23-940 Department of Defense Documents 
on TOW Transfers 



85/07/01-610 Vice President Bush 

85/07/29-600 

86/08/08-285 

86/08/08-286 

86/08/08-288 

86/08/12-152 

86/08/12-153 



86/05/23-935 Department of Defense Pricing 
of Weapons 



86/00/01-172 Diversion 



86/11/25-030 Diversion Disclosed 



86/06/21-640 Economy Act 



WEBSTER, WILLIAM (FBI Director, 
1978-87; CIA Director, 1987-Present) 

86/1 1/21 037 Attorney General's 

Investigation, 11/21-11/25/86 



86/01/17-030 Finding, 1/17/86 

86/01/17-065 

86/01/17-105 



86/04/30-300 Melton, Richard 



85/11/18-150 Gaffney, Henry 



86/10/24-085 Memo: Southern Air Transport, 
10/31/86 



86/11/10-040 Ghorbanifar, Manucher: 
"Israeli agent" 



86/10/24-080 Poindexter, John 



85/11/15-251 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 
85/11/15-252 



86/10/24-080 Southern Air Transport 
86/10/24-085 



86/01/07-157 Hostage Release Plans from the 
DoD 



87/07/31-100 Impact of Transfers of U.S. 
Weapons 



443 



259 



Date Topic 

86/11/25-025 Informed of Diversion 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/10-210 Net Assessment of Effect of 
Arms Sales 



85/12/07-103 Iran Arms Sales 
85/12/07-160 



86/01/07-900 North, Oliver 
86/01/15-UO 



86/00/01-180 Iran Initiative 

86/00/01-183 

86/00/01-184 

86/00/01-185 

86/00/01-187 

86/01/07-750 

86/01/07-830 

86/01/15-143 

86/01/22-010 

86/02/27-151 

86/05/17-040 

86/06/21-640 

86/12/10-200 

86/12/10-201 



85/03/05-200 North, Oliver: Memo, 3/5/85 
85/03/05-227 



86/11/25-313 North's Dismissal 
86/11/25-336 



85/12/03-200 Not on DoD Distribution List 
85/12/03-201 



86/01/07-500 Operation Staunch 



86/11/10-116 Iran-Iraq War 

86/11/10-205 

86/11/10-206 

86/11/10-209 

86/11/10-210 

87/07/31-100 



86/01/13-105 Koch, Noel 
85/12/22-101 Ledeen, Michael 



86/11/18-347 Legal Concerns About the Iran 
Initiative 



85/12/04-255 Poindexter, John 

85/12/07-401 

86/00/09-248 

86/01/07-157 

86/01/07-835 

86/01/15-140 

86/10/30-010 



86/00/01-172 Powell, Colin 



85/12/07-734 Pragmatic Iranians 



86/01/07-825 Regan, Donald 



84/10/03-540 McFarlane, Robert 

85/03/05-227 

85/11/15-251 

85/11/15-252 

85/12/07-103 

86/02/27-151 

86/11/18-347 



86/11/21-950 Meese, Edwin 



86/01/07-900 Replenishment 



86/01/15-140 Roadblocks, Creating 

86/01/15-143 

86/01/16-303 



86/01/07-900 Samuel 
86/01/15-150 



85/12/07-730 Moderate Iranians 

85/12/07-732 

85/12/07-734 



86/12/23-100 Second Channel Negotiations, 

86/12/23-101 12/86 

86/12/23-200 



86/00/09-248 NSC Staff Contra Support 
Activities 



86/01/13-105 Secord, Richard 
86/01/15-140 



85/06/17-100 NSDD (Draft) on Iran 

85/08/06-500 

85/12/07-730 

85/12/07-732 

86/00/01-183 

86/01/07-155 

86/11/10-209 



86/12/23-100 SSCI Testimony on End of Iran 
Initiative 



86/01/07-810 Shultz, George 
86/01/07-811 



86/05/29-150 Tehran Trip, 5/86 
86/05/29-407 



444 



260 



Date 



Topic 



85/12/00-120 3-Way Trade Proposal 
85/12/00-121 



86/10/30-010 TOW Shipment, 10/86 

86/05/23-9A0 TOW Transfers: Logistics 

86/05/23-930 Underpricing of TOUs 

86/00/01-182 U.S. Held Hostage to Arms Deal 



85/08/06-020 White House Meeting, 8/6/85 

85/08/06-500 

85/12/07-100 



85/12/07-090 White House Meeting, 12/7/85 

85/12/07-100 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/07-K1 

85/12/07-150 

85/12/07-151 

85/12/07-152 

85/12/07-154 

85/12/07-165 



Date 



Topic 



86/11/21-038 Attorney General's Inves- 
86/11/21-039 tigation, 11/21-11/25/86 
86/11/21-041 



86/11/25-727 Constructive Trust Theory of 
Diversion 



86/11/21-035 Criminal Aspects/Issues 

86/11/24-005 

86/11/25-720 

86/11/26-150 



86/11/21-038 Evans, U.S. v. 
86/11/21-041 



86/11/21-036 Meese, Edwin 
86/11/25-720 



WHITE HOUSE CHRONOLOGIES 
86/11/18-170 Accuracy 



86/01/07-150 White House Meeting, 1/7/86 

86/01/07-155 

86/01/07-802 

86/01/07-810 

86/01/07-811 

86/01/07-815 

86/01/07-825 

86/01/07-830 

86/01/07-835 



86/11/07-321 Allen, Charles 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/07-332 



86/11/18-420 Arms Export Control Act 
86/11/20-160 Authorization, Generally 



85/12/07-401 White House Meeting, 1/16/86 
86/01/16-290 



86/11/18-400 Casey, William 
86/11/20-160 



86/11/10-036 White House Meeting, 11/10/86 

86/11/10-037 

86/11/10-041 



86/11/07-321 Cave, George 
86/11/07-331 
86/11/07-332 
86/11/19-200 



86/11/10-040 White House Meeting, 11/10/86: 
Notes 



86/11/18-250 CIA 



86/11/17-400 Cooper, Charles 



WEIR, REV. BENJAMIN (see HOSTAGES, 
U.S.) 



86/11/18-161 Cover Story 
86/11/18-164 



WELD, WILLIAM (Assistant Attorney 
General, Criminal Division, DoJ, 
Until 3/29/88) 

86/11/21-035 "Attorney General should not be 
a gumshoe" 



86/11/07-330 Coy, Craig 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/07-332 



86/11/07-320 Development 
86/11/07-321 



86/00/02-653 Diversion 
86/11/07-325 



445 



261 



Date 

86/11/18-155 
86/11/18-160 
86/11/18-170 
86/11/18-175 
86/11/18-177 



Topic 



Date 

86/11/18-415 
86/11/19-200 
86/11/20-160 
86/11/21-333 
86/11/21-350 
86/11/21-352 



Topic 



86/11/07-320 
86/11/07-321 
86/11/07-325 
86/11/07-330 
86/11/07-331 
86/11/19-200 



Earl, Robert 



86/11/20-160 
86/11/20-595 
86/11/20-600 
86/11/21-010 
86/11/21-080 



Meese, Edwin 



86/11/18-346 
86/11/18-347 



86/11/18-351 
86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/21-080 



86/11/20-100 
86/11/20-130 



Gilding the President's Motives 



HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



Historical (2000) Version 



86/11/07-315 Iran-Contra Report 



86/11/18-150 
86/11/18-155 
86/11/18-250 



Keel, Alton 



86/11/18-352 Kimche, David 



86/11/19-100 Ledeen, Michael 



86/11/20-160 Loose Cannon 



86/11/07-321 
86/11/07-330 
86/11/07-331 
86/11/18-155 
86/11/18-160 
86/11/18-175 
86/11/18-177 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/18-400 
86/11/18-410 
86/11/18-415 
86/11/18-420 
86/11/19-200 
86/11/20-100 
86/11/20-130 
86/11/20-160 
86/11/25-560 



86/11/18-161 
86/11/18-162 
86/11/18-163 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/18-410 
86/11/20-130 
86/11/21-080 
86/11/21-352 



North, Oliver 



Oil -Drilling Equipment 



85/12/04-002 
86/11/07-001 
86/11/07-321 
86/11/07-331 
86/11/07-332 
86/11/15-002 
86/11/18-150 
86/11/18-155 
86/11/18-160 
86/11/18-163 
86/11/18-170 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/18-345 
86/11/18-346 
86/11/18-347 
86/11/18-348 
86/11/18-349 
86/11/18-350 
86/11/18-351 
86/11/18-352 
86/11/18-353 
86/11/18-354 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/18-400 
86/11/18-410 



McFarlane, Robert 



86/00/02-653 
86/11/07-001 
86/11/07-330 
86/11/07-331 
86/11/18-150 
86/11/18-155 
86/11/18-160 
86/11/18-161 
86/11/18-162 
86/11/18-163 
86/11/18-164 
86/11/18-170 
86/11/18-175 
86/11/18-177 
86/11/18-250 
86/11/18-355 
86/11/18-400 
86/11/19-100 
86/11/19-322 
86/11/19-323 
86/11/20-160 
86/11/21-080 
86/11/21-096 
86/11/25-560 



Poindexter, John 



446 



262 



Date Topic 

86/11/18-250 President Reagan 



Date 

85/08/06-120 
85/08/06-121 



Topic 



86/11/19-322 President's News Conference, 
11/19/86 



86/11/19-322 Regan, Donald 
86/11/19-323 



85/08/06-020 Genera [ I y 

85/08/06-023 

85/08/06-100 

85/08/06-121 

85/08/06-500 

85/12/07-140 



86/11/07-321 Secord, Richard 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/07-332 

86/11/18-290 

86/11/18-400 

86/11/19-200 



86/11/18-500 Sofaer, Abraham 



86/11/07-315 Summary 



86/11/07-321 Teicher, Howard 

86/11/07-331 

86/11/07-332 

86/11/19-200 



86/11/18-250 TOW Transaction, Summer 1985 

86/11/18-345 

86/11/18-347 

86/11/18-348 

86/11/18-349 

86/11/18-350 

86/11/18-351 

86/11/21-080 



86/11/07-315 Tower Report 



86/11/18-250 Weir, Benjamin: Release 



86/11/18-170 Who Was "Witting" They Were 
86/11/18-400 False 



85/12/07-160 Legality 



85/08/06-020 McFarlane, Robert 

85/08/06-022 

85/08/06-023 

85/08/06-100 

85/08/06-120 

85/08/06-121 

85/08/06-500 

85/12/07-100 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/07-140 

86/11/18-346 

86/11/18-349 



85/08/06-500 NSDD Draft on Iran, 1985 



85/08/06-020 Poindexter, John 

85/08/06-025 

85/09/14-101 

85/12/07-140 



85/08/06-020 President Reagan 

85/08/06-022 

85/08/06-023 

85/08/06-100 

85/08/06-120 

85/08/06-121 

85/12/07-103 

85/12/07-140 



86/11/19-332 President's Decision 



WHITE HOUSE MEETING, 8/6/85 
85/08/06-100 Arms for Hostages 



85/08/06-100 Regan, Donald 
86/11/19-332 



85/08/06-022 Replenishment 
85/08/06-100 



85/08/06-100 Arms Mentioned 
85/08/06-121 



85/08/06-100 Bona Fides 



85/08/06-020 Shultz, George 

85/08/06-120 

85/08/06-121 

85/08/06-500 



85/08/06-020 Casey, William 



85/08/06-100 Currency 



85/08/06-020 Vice President Bush 



85/08/06-020 Weinberger, Caspar 

85/08/06-500 

85/12/07-100 



85/08/06-023 Deniability 



447 



Date Topic 

86/11/18-349 White House Chronologies 



Date 

85/12/07-164 

85/12/07-400 
86/01/16-121 



263 



Topic 



Heese, Edwin 



WHITE HOUSE MEETING, 12/7/85 
85/12/07-090 Attendees 



85/12/07-090 NSC Meeting Chronology 



85/08/06-029 North, Oliver 



85/12/07-100 Casey, William 
85/12/07-141 



85/12/07-400 Decision 



85/12/05-804 Finding, 12/5/85 

85/12/07-220 

85/12/07-252 



85/12/07-152 Free-wheeling Discussion 



85/12/07-140 Ghorbanifar, Manucher 



85/12/07-152 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 
85/12/07-164 



85/12/07-250 Operation Staunch 



85/12/07-100 
85/12/07-140 
85/12/07-141 
85/12/07-150 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-160 
85/12/07-180 
85/12/07-182 
85/12/07-200 
85/12/07-250 
85/12/07-251 



Iran Arms Sales 



85/12/04-007 
85/12/04-201 
85/12/05-814 
85/12/07-090 
85/12/07-140 
85/12/07-141 
85/12/07-150 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-152 
85/12/07-154 
85/12/07-160 
85/12/07-164 
85/12/07-165 
85/12/07-182 
85/12/07-400 
86/11/25-132 



85/12/07-090 
85/12/07-100 
85/12/07-103 
85/12/07-140 
85/12/07-150 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-152 
85/12/07-154 
85/12/07-182 
85/12/07-200 
85/12/07-251 



Poindexter, John 



President Reagan 



85/12/22-100 Ledeen, Michael 
85/12/22-101 



85/12/07-160 Legality 



85/12/07-154 President's Decision 



85/08/06-121 
85/12/05-780 
85/12/07-090 
85/12/07-100 
85/12/07-103 
85/12/07-140 
85/12/07-141 
85/12/07-150 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-152 
85/12/07-154 
85/12/07-182 
85/12/08-201 



85/12/07-090 
85/12/07-100 
85/12/07-141 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-182 



McFarlane, Robert 



McMahon, John 



85/12/07-090 
85/12/07-100 
85/12/07-103 
85/12/07-150 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-152 
85/12/07-154 
85/12/07-169 
85/12/07-182 
85/12/07-200 
85/12/07-201 



85/08/06-121 
85/12/05-804 
85/12/05-814 
85/12/07-090 
85/12/07-100 
85/12/07-103 
85/12/07-141 
85/12/07-150 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-152 
85/12/07-154 
85/12/07-164 



Regan, Donald 



Shultz, George 



82-742 - 88 — 16 



448 



264 



Date Topic 

85/12/07-165 
85/12/07-180 
85/12/07-182 
85/12/07-200 
85/12/07-250 
85/12/07-400 



85/12/07-152 TOW Shipment, Summer 1985 



Date 



Topic 



86/01/06-150 Finding, Presidential 

86/01/06-701 

86/01/07-052 

86/01/07-200 

86/01/07-801 

86/01/07-803 

86/01/07-804 

86/01/07-805 

86/01/07-806 



85/12/07-100 Vice President Bush 
85/12/07-141 



86/01/07-145 HAU< Transaction, 11/85 



Weinberger, Caspar 



85/12/07-090 
85/12/07-100 
85/12/07-103 
85/12/07-141 
85/12/07-150 
85/12/07-151 
85/12/07-152 
85/12/07-154 
85/12/07-164 
85/12/07-165 
85/12/07-182 
85/12/07-200 
85/12/07-250 
85/12/07-251 
85/12/07-400 



85/12/03-200 Weinberger Requests It 



86/01/07-801 Israeli Role 
86/01/07-802 
86/01/07-803 
86/01/07-806 



86/01/07-131 McFarlane, Robert 



86/01/07-051 Meese, Edwin 

86/01/07-062 

86/01/07-100 

86/01/07-130 

86/01/07-803 

86/01/07-806 

86/01/07-835 

86/01/16-115 

86/01/16-122 

86/01/16-130 

86/01/16-146 



WHITE HOUSE MEETING, 1/7/86 
86/01/07-804 Agents of USG 



86/01/16-121 Meese, Edwin: "I was asked to 
concur in some legal views" 



86/01/16-121 Meese, Edwin: Opinion 



86/01/16-122 Arms Export Control Act 



86/01/07-803 Arms for Hostages 
86/01/07-810 



86/01/07-146 National Security Act 
86/01/16-122 



86/01/07-030 NSC Meeting Chronology 



86/01/07-030 
86/01/07-061 



Attendees 



86/01/07-350 Nir, Amiram: Proposal 



Casey, William 



86/01/07-062 
86/01/07-150 
86/01/07-151 
86/01/07-805 
86/01/07-811 
86/01/07-815 
86/01/07-830 
86/01/16-122 



86/01/16-122 Congressional Notification 

86/01/16-123 

86/01/16-130 

86/01/16-131 



86/01/07-151 Decision 
86/01/07-200 



86/01/07-803 Non-Notification of Congress 



86/01/16-121 Operation Staunch 



86/01/07-050 Poindexter, John 

86/01/07-051 

86/01/07-052 

86/01/07-100 

86/01/07-105 

86/01/07-137 

86/01/07-140 

86/01/07-141 

86/01/07-142 

86/01/07-145 

86/01/07-350 

86/01/07-351 

86/01/07-806 

86/01/07-835 



449 



Date 

86/01/16-121 
86/01/16-122 
86/01/17-205 
86/01/17-290 
86/11/10-082 



Topic 



Date 

86/01/07-802 
86/01/07-803 
86/01/07-804 
86/01/07-805 
86/01/07-806 



265 



Topic 



86/01/07-060 
86/01/07-061 
86/01/07-062 



86/01/07-062 
86/01/07-151 
86/01/07-206 
86/01/07-810 
86/01/07-815 
86/01/07-830 



Poindexter, John: Notes 



President Reagan 



86/01/07-145 TOW Transactions, Summer 1985 



86/01/07-802 U.S. TOW Missiles 



86/01/07-141 Vice President Bush 

86/01/07-810 

86/01/07-811 

86/01/07-830 

86/01/07-870 



86/01/07-130 President's Decision 



86/01/07-803 



Prior Shipments of Arms to Iran 
Not Discussed 



86/01/07-808 Vice President Bush: 
Attendance 



86/01/16-122 Weapons Proposed 



86/01/07-806 



86/01/07-146 



86/01/07-130 
86/01/07-131 
86/01/07-804 
86/01/07-825 
86/11/15-516 



Prior Shipments of Arms to Iran 
Probably Discussed 



Proposal 
Regan, Donald 



86/01/07-062 
86/01/07-100 
86/01/07-150 
86/01/07-151 
86/01/07-155 
86/01/07-206 
86/01/07-802 
86/01/07-815 
86/01/07-825 
86/01/07-835 



Weinberger, Caspar 



86/01/07-806 



86/01/06-701 
86/01/07-062 
86/01/07-100 
86/01/07-151 
86/01/07-206 
86/01/07-220 
86/01/07-801 
86/01/07-810 
86/01/07-835 
86/01/07-870 
86/11/15-516 



Replenishment 
Shultz, George 



86/01/07-811 Shultz, George: No Vote Taken 



Summary of Views of 
Participants 



86/01/07-110 
86/01/07-130 
86/01/07-810 
86/01/07-811 
86/01/07-815 
86/01/07-825 
86/01/07-830 
86/01/07-835 
86/01/07-870 



86/01/07-801 Topics Discussed 



WHITE HOUSE MEETING, 1/16/86 
86/01/16-291 Agent 



86/01/16-190 Attendees 
86/01/16-290 



86/01/07-351 
86/01/07-352 
86/01/16-291 



86/01/16-290 
86/01/16-300 
86/01/16-301 
86/01/16-302 
86/01/16-303 



86/01/16-155 
86/01/16-156 
86/01/16-290 
86/01/16-291 



86/01/16-150 
86/01/16-155 
86/01/16-156 



Casey, William 



Congressional Notification 



Finding, 1/17/86 



Iran Initiative 



450 



266 



Date 



Topic 



85/12/09085 Meese, Edwin 

86/01/07-145 

86/01/07-351 

86/01/07-352 

86/01/16-110 

86/01/16-290 

86/01/16-302 

86/01/16-310 

86/11/18-020 



Date Topic 

86/01/17-067 Shultz, George 



WHITE HOUSE MEETING, 11/10/86 
86/11/10-040 Arms Export Control Act 



86/01/16-190 NSC Meeting Chronology 



86/01/16-290 North, Oliver 
86/01/16-291 



85/12/07-401 Poindexter, John 

85/12/09-085 

86/01/07-105 

86/01/07-137 

86/01/07-145 

86/01/07-351 

86/01/07-352 

86/01/16-290 

86/01/16-291 

86/01/18-105 

86/11/18-020 



86/01/16-310 President Reagan 



86/11/10-030 Attendees 

86/11/10-035 

86/11/10-040 



86/11/10-110 Blackmail 
86/11/10-200 



86/11/10-036 Casey, William 
86/11/10-041 



86/11/10-035 Dawa Prisoners 
86/11/10-040 



86/11/10-030 Defensive Weapons 
86/11/10-190 Diversion 



86/01/16-300 Replenishment 



86/11/10-037 Evans, U.S. v. 



86/01/07-352 Second, Richard 
86/01/16-291 



86/01/07-351 Shultz, George 

86/01/16-155 

86/01/16-290 

86/01/16-300 

86/01/16-303 



86/01/16-300 Smith, William French 



86/11/10-035 Finding, 1/86 

86/11/10-037 

86/11/10-040 



86/11/10-070 Finding Mentioned 
86/11/10-325 



86/11/10-100 Further Hostage Release 
Anticipated 



86/01/16-110 Sporkin, Stanley 

86/01/16-200 

86/01/16-205 

86/01/18-105 



86/11/10-040 Ghorbanifar, Manucher: 
"Israeli agent" 

86/11/10-081 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



86/01/16-290 Thompson, Paul 



85/12/07-401 Weinberger, Caspar 

86/01/07-351 

86/01/16-205 

86/01/16-303 



86/11/10-036 Hostages, U.S. 

86/11/10-040 

86/11/10-041 



86/11/10-070 Iran Initiative 
86/11/10-085 



WHITE HOUSE MEETING, 1/17/86 
86/01/17-067 Finding, 1/17/86 



86/11/10-037 Iran-Iraq War 

86/11/10-116 

86/11/10-117 

86/11/10-205 

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86/11/10-081 
86/11/10-082 
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Topic 
Keel, Alton 



Meese, Edwin 



86/11/10-030 Meese, Edwin: Notes 



86/11/10-030 
86/11/10-035 



86/11/10-100 



86/11/ 
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10-030 
10-035 
10-037 
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10-041 
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10-081 
10-085 
10-100 
10-110 
10-190 
10-201 



Moderate Iranian Elements 

North, Oliver 
Poindexter, John 



85/09/00-014 Poindexter's Presentation 



86/11/ 
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86/11/ 
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10-030 
10-035 
10-036 
10-040 
10-041 
10-073 
10-080 
10-081 
10-085 
10-206 
10-210 



President Reagan 



86/11/10-037 

86/11/10-200 
86/11/10-115 
86/11/10-100 
86/11/10070 



President Reagan: "I'm being 
held out to dry" 



President's Concerns 



President's Policy 



President's View 



Press Guidance 



Date 

86/11/10-100 
86/11/10-110 



86/11/10-035 
86/11/10-036 
86/11/10-037 



86/11/10-041 



86/11/10-035 



86/11/10-035 



86/11/04-105 
86/11/10-030 
86/11/10-036 
86/11/10-037 
86/11/10-040 
86/11/10-041 
86/11/10-070 
86/11/10-073 
86/11/10-115 
86/11/10-120 
86/11/10-201 
86/11/10-325 
86/11/10-800 



86/11/10-041 



86/11/10-036 



Topic 



Regan, Donald 



Regan, Donald: Notes 



Regan, Donald: "we are being 
hung out to dry" 



Replenishment 
Second Channel 
Shultz, George 



Shultz, George: "Israelis 
sucked us into their 
operation" 



Shultz, George: "Israeli 
suckered us into this" 



86/11/10-036 Shultz, George: "It is ransom" 



86/11/10-030 
86/11/10-035 
86/11/10-040 
86/11/10-041 



Tehran Trip, 5/86 



86/11/10-081 TOWs 
86/11/10-037 



86/00/01-183 
86/11/10-036 
86/11/10-037 
86/11/10-040 
86/11/10-041 
86/11/10-200 
86/11/10-201 
86/11/10-206 



86/11/10-800 
86/11/10-810 



Vice President Bush: "Israel 
may try to squeeze us" 

Weinberger, Caspar 



White House Press Statement, 
11/10/86 



452 



Date Topic 

WHITE HOUSE MEETING, 11/18/86 
86/11/18-080 Arms Export Control Act 

86/11/18-080 Finding, 1/17/86 



86/11/18-080 Sofaer, Abraham 
86/11/18-090 



Date Topic 

86/08/08-280 Rodriguez, Felix 



86/01/18-100 Second, Richard 

86/01/18-120 

86/01/18-125 

86/05/15-405 



268 



86/11/18-080 Thompson, Paul 
86/11/18-090 



YOUSAF, BEN (see 
YOUSEF, ARRIHIM BEN) 



WHITE HOUSE MEETING, 11/20/86 
86/11/18-161 Poindexter, John 



YOUSEF, ARRIHIM BEN 
86/01/12-110 Bookkeeper 

85/11/18-400 HAWK Transaction, 11/85 



WHITE PROPAGANDA OPERATION 
83/07/01-100 Miller, Jonathan 



86/01/12-100 North, Oliver 



86/01/12-100 Replenishment 



83/07/01-100 Office of Public Diplomacy 



WHITEHEAD, JOHN C. (Deputy Secretary 
of State) 

86/11/24-150 Poindexter, John 



86/12/13-060 Second Channel Negotiations, 
86/12/13-061 12/86 



ZADEH, MOUSALREZA ABRAHIM (see FAKE 
SAUDI PRINCE, THE) 



ZUCKER, WILLARD I. (President, CSF) 

86/10/10-100 Lewis, David 
86/10/10-130 



86/08/08-100 Resupply Operation 

86/08/08-255 

86/08/08-280 

86/08/12-116 

86/08/12-120 



86/03/26-010 Napier, Shirley 



WHY THE IRAN INITIATIVE CONTINUED 
85/12/09-148 Regan, Donald 



WILSON, EDWIN (International Arms 
Dealer; Former CIA Official) 

86/05/02-700 Central American Task Force 
86/10/05-182 Chief (C/CATF> 



86/10/10-100 Non-Real Estate Transaction 
86/10/10-130 



86/03/01-175 North, Betsy 

86/03/06-150 

86/05/21-100 

86/05/21-120 

86/06/04-150 



86/10/10-100 North, Oliver 
86/10/10-130 



86/05/02-700 North, Oliver 



86/10/10-100 Secord, Richard 



TRANSCRIPT CONVERSION TABLES 



Introduction: How to Use These Tables 

Citations to transcripts of the Iran-Contra Hearings in the 
Testimonial Chronology are from the unpublished, loose leaf 
transcripts issued daily while the Hearings were in progress 
(cited as McFarlane Testim. , JHICI, 5/11/87, at 159). These 
transcripts are stored with the Committees' documents at the 
National Archives in Washington, D.C. 

During the time that this Chronology was being prepared, the 
volumes of official transcripts from the Hearings had not yet 
been published. The following tables were put together from the 
tentative page proofs of official transcript volumes that were 
available in November 1987, at the time of publication of the 
Iran-Contra Report . These page proofs were cited in the Iran- 
Contra Report as McFarlane Test., Hearings , 100-2, at 64, These 
volumes have since been published in a 13-volume set, titled 
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 , 100th Cong. , 1st 
Sess. (Washington, D.C: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1987- 
88) . 

These tables show how the pages correspond in the 
unpublished and the published transcripts. Because the published 
Hearings volumes are of finer type, about three pages of the 
unpublished transcripts correspond to one page of the Hearings 
volumes. The first column of the tables below lists each page of 
the Hearings volumes. Where the first words on that page occur 
in the unpublished transcripts is designated in the second 
column. 

Example ; To find the page in the published Hearings volume 
corresponding to McFarlane Testim., JHICI, 5/11/87, at 159, 
locate the following lines in the tables below under McFarlane 
testimony for May 11, 1987: 

( Hearings vols.) (Unpublished transcripts) 

63 156 

64 158 

65 161 

The unpublished pages listed closest to 159 are 158 and 161. 
These pages correspond in the Hearings volumes to volume 100-2 at 
pages 64 and 65. Since page 64 of the published transcript 
begins on unpublished page 158, and published page 65 begins on 

(453) 



454 

unpublished page 161, then unpublished page 159 falls within page 
64 of the Hearings volume. The corresponding citation, 
therefore, would be McFarlane Test., Hearings , 100-2, at 64. 



NOTE ; The page proofs on which these conversion tables are 
based may have changed prior to their eventual publication. If 
these tables do not locate the exact page in the published 
Hearings volume, they should bring the reader very close to the 
excerpt of testimony sought. Try the next page. The variations 
caused by revisions of the transcript page proofs after November 
1987 should be very slight. 

The first column of the tables below lists pages in the 
Hearings volumes; the second column gives the pages in the 
unpublished transcripts (JHICI) . 



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