by Virginia McCullough, Curator


As  compiled  by  Mae Brussell


1.    Isolated Prisons and Prison Military Hospitals


Need for "Nike missile bases, removed from UCLA, located in the Santa Monica Mountains for future brain experimentations".


Isolated on 42 acres, all white guards, to bring prisoners from 50 states, no controls or ombudsmen.
For the purpose of "behavior modification" and mind experiments of isolated prisoners.


Located on San Diego-Mexican border.  $160,000 asked for outdated, large dungeons.  Adjacent to planned mammoth airport, similar to Dallas-Ft. Worth.  Away from families.  Could be used for transporting large masses of the population.


$105,000,000 most expensive hospital in the USA, already admitting a "one room treatment center, not accepted at this time".  82 isolated acres.

2.    Political, Game Plan for the Third World

L.A. Star, October 1973

3.    Westbrook, Colston, "Prime Chicks", New York Times, 6-6-74

4.    Underemployment of the SLA

Lee Harvey Oswald secured a job for $310 per month at Love Air Field, Dallas, Texas, as a cargo handler.    Oswald accepted a job at the Texas School Book Depository instead for $208.82 per month.

The fatal motorcade of President John F. Kennedy was to pass directly in front of the School Book Depository one month later.

W. Coleman and W. D. Slawson, attorneys for the Warren Commission, wrote their co-workers that "standing alone, these two facts indicate Oswald may have had a non economic reason for taking the job at the Depository".

5.    Westbrook, Colston, training with CIA; Documentation from Citizens Research and Investigation Committee, CRIC.

6.    Wheeler, Thero, Mary Alice Siem

Philip Hager, Los Angeles Times, August 1973.

7.    Importation of Nazis; Formation of the CIA

Lansby, Clarence, Project Paperclip, Athenium Press, 1971.

Torbitt, William, Nomenclature of an Assassination Cabal.

Unpublished manuscript, outline of the John Kennedy assassination, November 22, 1973.

8.    Murders in California Prisons

Borst, Jerry Lee, "When, Where, What and Who, but Not Why", Berkeley Barb, California 6-21-74, 6-28-74, P.O. Box 1247, Berkeley.

9.    Double of Donald DeFreeze, Zodiac News Service, 4-18-74, 4-26-74.

10.  Cobra, White Aryan News, August-September 1974.  "Power to the Cobra"

Greenlee, Sam, "The Spook Who Sat By The Door", written by CIA author, refers to "symbiology", uses the cobra insignia.

TFP, Defense of Tradition and Family, surfaced after 20 years planning in Brazil.  Military right, anti-communist organization.  Use of snake as insignia, power to the church.

11.  Shoot outs to Affect Juries

California trials of radicals are affected by provocateur and police assisted violence at the time of jury selection.  By coincidence, John Ehrlichman wanted a new trial in Washington, D.C. because of the "hostages" taken in the court at the time of his trial.  Covert operations plant these to cause fear during trials.  Ehrlichman tried to turn this to his advantage.

SLA surfaced in the Bay Area just when the San Quentin Six were going on trial for the murder of guards and inmates at the time George Jackson was slain.  Indictments have been dropped on this case.  There was no way of knowing this would happen, and acts of violence were being attributed to connections with the "freeing of the San Quentin Six".

Ruchell Maggee, defendant with Angela Davis in the Marin County Court shoot out, has been in court during the SLA background.

Two days before the Soledad Brothers were to be tried for allegedly killing a guard, murders took place in the Marin Court House.

James Carr, long target of the Los Angeles Police Department was murdered in San Jose at the time of Angela Davis's trial.  The media tried to make connections between Carr, Angela, George Jackson as an excuse for his murder by contract.

One man hired to make a "jailbreak" at the time Angela Davis was being tried, revealed out this plot was "to frighten the jury".  Another inmate was killed just for that purpose in the planned "escape".    Monterey Peninsula Herald, 8-14-1972.

12.  Rash of Kidnappings known to be under questionable circumstances.

2-1-73    Reg. Murphy, Georgia, $700,000
2-3-74    George Jackson, Florida, $30,000
3-4-74    Ben Maidenburg, Ohio, $2,000,000 "feed poor"
3-8-74    John Galzadilla, New York, $50,000
3-9-74    Betty Ann Van Valenva, Virginia, $25,000
3-19-74  Eunice Kronholm, Minnesota, $200,000
3-16-74   Robbie Richard, Oakland, CA, $100,000
3-20-74   Princess Ann, $2,000,000 - $3,000,000 "feed the poor"
3-27-74  Maria Theresa Alonzo, Louisiana, $250,000
4-11-74  Marshall Groom, Virginia, $65,000
4-21-74  John Teehee, Jr., California, "SLA $300,000,000"
4-22-74  Van R. Bush, room-mate of Patty Hearst's cousin
4-29-74  Albert Dantzler, Florida, $60,000
5-8-74    S. F. Mayor J. Alioto, kidnapping "scare" of grandchildren
5-10-74  Marshall Jones, California, 3 weeks old, "sitter Patty"
5-17-74  Ardis Graham, Minnesota, $50,000
6-5-74    Lora Jean Hingel, Driven to Ft. Worth, TX from California
6-14-74  Dora Perry, Florida, asleep  in car, driven 60 miles

13.  Oil from Arab countries

"Oil swindle tip led to arrests in kidnapping of Reg Murphy".  UPI, Los Angeles Times, 2-25-74.

Saudi Arabian embassy address located in diary of W. Williams, kidnapper of Murphy.  Also included name of right wing leader.

"SLA Arab Nation offers to blow up domestic oil facilities".  CRIC, ibid 5.

14.   Litton Industries, Roy Ash, Conduit of funds for Greek Coup d'etat

CIA money sent to promote military takeover in Greece.

Roy Ash, director of Litton Industries, diverted $43,000,000 of U.S. tax money from books at Hughes Aircraft to form Litton Industries.  Ask controls the Office of Management Budget, heads Domestic Council.  This body cuts off money for the legal aid of poor, reducing domestic needs at all levels, while approving and escalating defense contracts and warfare budgets.  Little receives millions in Government contracts and adds large cost overruns.  Poverty programs and welfare programs watched for any mismanagement and use of funds, while warfare industries allowed to spend over their allotments by the billions.

15.    Nazi doctors and American Psychiatry

a.    Intellectual Digest, January 1974, David Rorvik, "Behavior Control; Big Brother Comes"

b.    Dr. Schwitzgebel, Research on the "loss of the will and intellect"

c.    Rand Studies; 1967 "The War Will Come Home", "Command and Control Technologies"

d.    Transponders are electric controls surgically placed inside prisoners bodies.  To be used on parolees, bailees, or recidivists.  They can't be removed.  Now being installed at Dananora Prison, N.Y. on some Attica Brothers.  The men are being drugged into submission, forced to give permission for the transponders, and are "coming out like vegetables".


The Lanterman-Petris-Short Act of 1969 has to be repealed.

Former mental patients and former prisoners medical records, hidden behind this act, conceal illegal surgeries now taking place.  Inmates being induced through surgery and chemistry to provoke or commit violent acts.  Excuse is "to protect the patient".

Medical records of Lawrence Kwong, "former mental patient" who murdered then killed himself, are a guarded secret.  This San Francisco murder/suicide, if properly investigated, would break open the current manipulation of persons causing "violence" in California.

17.    Contract to kill Sirhan Sirhan

Eugene Wrangell, alias Vladimir Alexander Zatco, has been placed in San Quentin for the purposes of murdering Shirhan Sirhan.  When he wrote to Judge McBride about this "offer" Zateo was then tortured, drugged, and is currently put tight away.  The month to kill Sirhan, according to Zatco, was allegedly delivered by E. Howard Hunt and Richard Nixon.  The White House and CIA does not want the Robert Kennedy conspiracy opened up.

18.   Chemical Warfare, CIA, 1972.  President John Kennedy's reactions.  New York Times, 4-26-74, 4-28-74

19.   Dieldren given to school lunch programs, Detroit, Chicago.  New York Times, 3-38-74

20.   Christine Johnson knew in advance SLA coming to her house,  "met with SLA, expected them to arrive".
       Newsweek, June 3, 1974.

21.   Patty "went off in a blue and white van".
        Los Angeles Times, 5-20-74.

22.   "Patty and Anita Alcala"
        Robert Kistler, Bill Hazlett, "Patricia Hearst Charged with U.S. Firearms violations".  Los Angeles Times, 5-21-74

23.   "$12.6 million acres California desert cut off from road traffic".  The Bureau of Land Management "arbitrarily closed off the land";
        explained as "the cold harsh hand of federal bureaucracy".
        San Jose Mercury, 11-2-73.

       Nutritional Review, Vol. 27, Walters, Charles, "The Anatomy of Contamination"
       "In the Nevada desert, there are some 20 square acres of land so contaminated to testing of         nuclear weapons they will be off limits to human beings for the next 24,000 years", so states the AEC reports.

24.    Marin County Court Shoot Out:  Tackwood, Louis, The Glass House Tapes, Avon, New York, 1974.

25.    Tranquilizers that remain, not in bloodstream.  "Abnormalities in electrical activity of the brain persist for a month after
         withdrawal.  All traces in blood disappear within hours or a few days".
         UPI, San Jose Mercury, 7-4-74.

26.    CIA is anxious for domestic action.
         Marchetti, Victor, Computers and Automation, February 1972.

Copyright compilation 5/28/02 by
Virginia McCullough