Independent from Long Beach, California on January 23, 1975 · Page 6
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Long Beach, California
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Thursday, January 23, 1975
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[Senator in CIA probe says :*,e.m.T*«,J»...Ji,i« INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM)-A.7 Helms disavows domestic spying E08ENB.VJM New York Times Service .::,*" A.SHING'1'ON--v'orm- .#f-CJA Director Richard Helms w a s reported to- have told a Senate come Wednesday t h a t CIA,infiltration of i c a n dissident -groups was done without jjusnowledge. . Jothat, information was 'jjasjed on to reporters by Sen".' Gale W. McGee, D- -··Wyor, after Helms testi-' gtffeiPat a closed hearing of gtltel Senate Foreign Rela- ; . McGee added t h a t Helms said nothing "that had impugned his integrity as a witness!"..' Sen. John Sparkman, D- Ala., the committee chairman, said that Helms had given "very full, frank answers" to questions. O t h e r . ' s e n a t o r s , however, said that Helms skillfully deflected questions about the extent of his knowledge of the intelligence agency's domestic activities. One s e n a t o r , who ref u s e d to be quoted by name, said that Helms' testimony was "all feath- ers and horseflies," and .another participant at the hearing said t h a t "he came through like what he is--a spy." Sen. Frank Church, D- Idaho, said'that he wanted to hear other witnesses before deciding whether Helms had been completely candid in his testimony. Two years ago, Helms, who is now ambassador to Iran, told the Foreign Relations Committee that he did not recall any CIA participation in s u r v e i l lance of domestic antiwar organizations a n d t h a t such surveillance was not ' K Reagan defends probe of CIA SACRAMENTO (UPI)- Ifipnrner Gov. Ronald Reagan said Wednesday that critics of the' commission appointed by President Ford "to investigate the Central Intelligence Agency we "barking at the moon" and should await t'fieresults. ".jReagan, a member of the commission, s a i d : "With all the immediate, charges that perhaps the c o m m i s s i o n w o u l d be closed-minded, it seems to me the closed-mindedness is on the p a r t of the critics. "I t h i n k it would behoove those who are barking at the moon to wait a n d , if t h e y have criticism, then let it be after the commission has done its work." The' c o m m i s s i o n , app o i n t e d to investigate charges that the CIA illegally spied in the United States, has drawn charges from congressional critics that it is n o t "broadly based." Reagan, in an interview with KCRA television, insisted t h a t the commis : sion h e a d e d by V i c e P r e s i d e n t N e l s o n A. . Rockefeller represented a ",broad cross-section of philosophical views." a proper function of ^ the 'intelligence agency. Last week, William E. Colby, current CIA director, testified that the agency, d u r i n g Helms' time-as director, engaged in a secret domestic program that involved the infiltration of "about a dozen" undercover agents i n t o American dissident circles. McGee said that Helms insisted Wednesday that he never authorized such a program. McGee would not say whether Helms indicated who might have authorized it.. S p a r k m a n acknowledged that, at the hearing Wednesday, his c o m m i t tee was "not particularly c o n c e r n e d w i t h t h e domestic operations of the CIA," since the panel's jurisdiction is primarily in the area of foreign affairs. M e a n w h i l e , ' S e n a t e Republican Leader Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania named f i v e Republican senators to serve -on the bipartisan select committee to investigate the operations of the CIA and o t h e r intelligence agencies. ' · - · - · · ' . The committee is expected to be created officially by the Senate next week. Sen. 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