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National Security Archive's "Family Jewels" CIA-Related Documents, January 1975

Published June 21, 2007

Prior to the CIA's release of a 693-page file on the agency's illegal activities from the 1950s - 1970s, known as the "family jewels", the National Security Archive at George Washington University obtained and posted several documents from 1975 pertaining to the CIA documents. They describe the government's internal discussions of the CIA's abuses involving domestic spying, infiltration of left-leaning groups, assassination plots, and kidnapping.

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