1) five-page statement to SPEAKER OF THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Jim Wright, dated October 9, 1987; with the following attachments:
I'm adding c) here, included in an April
24, 1984 registered letter to then-Trudeau
Government External Affairs Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Canada
Allan J. MacEachen (now a Canadian
Senator)--that it took me almost a year after the mailing to verify receipt
of by Mr. MacEachen because he didn't reply
to the submission and Canada Post didn't return the Acknowledgement of
Receipt for it until February 11, 1985--because it's another one of the terms
of reference included by me in past reports which
i indicated in the September 19,
1987 submission to Senator Inouye would be attached to this possibly
final report to President Reagan.
I decided that i should draw it to your attention now because of the delay before the final segment of that report can be sent. I always agreed with what Mr. Nimetz says here and always tried to apply it in my "International Diplomatic Work...on a direct basis." I certainly want INDEPENDENT SPECIAL PROSECUTOR Walsh to know this.
Attachments d) here are the terms of reference i originally intended to attach to the second segment of this report to President Reagan, but temporarily misplaced, and replaced there with a copy of a past resumé instead.
They are excerpts from job applications made in early 1983...long before Lt.-Col. Oliver North's 'Project Democracy' activities and based upon the chronology and terms of reference explained in that second segment of the potentially final report to Reagan.
Finally for the present, i admit that recently my general work habits and
drive to continue this work have deteriorated because of
"(my) present situation"--and i intend to
bring this up in the final segment of the report to Reagan, though i
gave Ms. Carney a brief but adequate explanation of the chief reason
for this in the statement to her which accompanied my October 8, 1987
submission to her constituency office. I mention it because, as i acknowledged
and gave reasons to show why in the second segment of the report to Reagan
as well as to Mr. Walsh, it took me a long time and a lot of drafts
before i was prepared to undertake and submit this report to Reagan.
And in the course of those circumstances, it's possible i included a draft of page 1. of the report to Reagan, and not the final form actually originally sent via you on April 11, 1987 by regular mail. If you determine this is the case, i would appreciate it if you'd advise me of it and ask President Reagan to return a copy of the correct form to me for future use as is necessary because of "(my) present situation." It was not a deliberate mistake and i apologize for any inconveniences caused by it.
Perhaps it underlines the point raised with Mr. Walsh re what the Soviets might do in a like manner, though...
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