FBI ADMITS TO ROSE OFFICE INVESTIGATION


The following documents were obtained from the Department of Justice and the FBI using the Freedom of Information Act.







SOFTWAR 7707 Whirlaway Drive Midlothian, VA 23112 Jan. 1, 1997 Public Information Officer Federal Bureau of Investigation J. Edgar Hoover Building Washington, D.C. 20535 Dear Sir/Madam: Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC 552, and to the regulations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, CDR (citation to departmental regulations, obtainable from committee print index), I hereby request access to: - All data provided to and/or about Benard Nussbaum, Webb Hubbell,John Huang, Moctar or James Riady, Ronald Brown, and/or Vince Foster in association with project Clipper, encryption software, legislation on encryption software, policy and contractual arrangements. Specifically, Clipper algorithm information provided, policy and/or briefing papers in connection with encryption software. - Information on financial donations, meetings, negotiations, and policy decisions in reference to missile, computer, and encryption technology transfer to China military agencies as illustrated in GAO report NSIAD-97-5. - All information on contracts, negotiations or contacts between Alltel Inc. (formally Systematics of Arkansas), and or the Rose Office Law firm with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. - All data on contacts between Vince Foster, Ron Brown, Webb Hubbell, and/or Benard Nussbaum with any foreign agents or citizens possibly acting as agents for another nation. If there is a charge for locating and copying the requested material, please notify me in advance of the estimated amount. Please reply by Jan. 17, 1997. If the request is denied, please specify the section of the Freedom of Information Act which is being relied on as a legal basis for the denial. Thank you. Charles R. Smith


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