GENERAL "STONEWALL" RENO"


CHAIRMAN HYDE TO JANET RENO ON CHINAGATE

Congress of the United States
Washington, DC 20515


May 22, 1997

The Hon. Janet Reno
Attorney General of the United States
U.S. Department of Justice
Constitution Ave. & 10th Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530

Dear General Reno:

We are writing to request that the Justice Department's investigation of alleged illegal foreign campaign contributions to the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee include an investigation of the possible link between contributions from various Asian donors and the Clinton Administration's loosening of export controls on sensitive dual-use equipment and technology, which has specifically benefited the military and intelligence services of the People's Republic of China (PRC).

The PRC makes no secret of the fact that it is attempting to acquire a diverse, highly flexible, strategically dispersed and survivable military production capability, with force projection a key goal. The administration's pattern of decontrol and failure to enforce has substantially benefited the military goals of the People's Republic of China and presented serious new challenges to the security interests of the United States.

In our minds, there are a number of cases that raise serious questions about whether improper outside influence was brought to bear on Administration officials - - including the President - - and if that influence has resulted in decisions and policies that have liberalized the transfer of defense related technologies, something which is clearly incompatible with the interests of our nation.

Examples of questionable decisions:

Sales of sophisticated machine tools to the PRC - -

A U.S. company, McDonnell Douglas was allowed to ship an almost completely intact missile and strategic bomber factory to the PRC, despite strong opposition from specialists at the Department of Defense and evidence that the equipment was going to be diverted to military production facilities. Prior to the issuance of the original export licenses, the case was discussed with concern at the highest levels of the government, yet it was approved in the end.

News stories and a GAO report requested by the House National Security Committee (HNSC) all show that before the equipment was shipped, U.S. officials were aware that the conditions placed upon issuance of the export licenses were unenforceable, and the Chinese possibly intended to divert the equipment they had purchased for civilian use to a military production facility.

During the period before the sale - - and before the export licenses had been approved - - McDonnell Douglas officials showed officials from CATIC (China National Aero-Technology Import-Export Corporation) through the plant during operation hours, allowing them to videotape classified production lines in operation - - a violation of current export law, which was brought to the attention of Administration officials and ignored.

Finally, once it was determined that the diversion had occurred, political appointees at the Department of Commerce and Defense approved new licenses with different end-use conditions and destinations rather than expressing displeasure with the Chinese or exercising their legal obligation to sanction the PRC.

While aspects of this case are now under review by a grand jury in the District of Columbia, it is imperative that this matter receive full scrutiny in the context of the Justice Department's investigation of campaign finance improprieties.

Supercomputers - - The extraordinary loosening of controls on military-sensitive supercomputers, which began in 1994, has resulted in the sale of 46 supercomputers rated at 2,000 MTOPS and above to China in the last 15 months. According to a former Under Secretary of Defense who testified before the HNSC Procurement Subcommittee, these sales may have given the PRC more supercomputing capacity than the entire Department of Defense. Uses for supercomputers include: design and testing of nuclear weapons; sophisticated weather forecasting; weapons optimization studies crucial for the efficient use of chemical and biological weapons; aerospace design and testing; creating and breaking codes; miniaturizing nuclear weapons; and finding objects on the ocean floor, including submarines.

The decision to loosen U.S. controls on supercomputers was made in spite of the opposition of a number of Defense Department staff experts, senior military and intelligence officials, and Members of Congress. It was justified by a report commissioned and paid for by the Department of Commerce using outside consultants supplied by political appointees at the Department of Defense. The contract for the report was awarded noncompetitively to a well-known opponent of export controls. Viewed in the context of recent revelations about Chinese efforts to influence the U.S. political scene, the significant policy changes that have been pursued in this area bring into question the Administration's motives for decontrol.

Hot Section Technology - -

The Administration's decision to change the jurisdiction on so-called "hot section" technology from the Department of State, which had guarded it jealously, to the Department of Commerce, which is in the business of making it easier for foreign entities to purchase U.S. products and technology also raises serious concerns. Hot section technology allows U.S. fighter and bomber aircraft to fly for thousands of hours longer than those produced by less sophisticated manufacturers, providing our military forces with significant cost and readiness advantages over those of other nations. Again, serious questions arise with respect to policy changes in light of Chinese efforts to influence Administration actions.

Telecommunications - -

In 1994, sophisticated telecommunications technology was transferred to a U.S.-Chinese joint venture called HUA MEI, in which the Chinese partner is an entity controlled by the Chinese military. This particular transfer included fiber optic communications equipment which is used for high-speed, secure communications over long distances. Also included in the package was advanced encryption software.

Both of these transfers have obvious and significant military applications, and again, this transfer was accomplished despite the opposition from technical experts at the NSA and within the Pentagon.

The administration's actions in the above-mentioned cases, and other, have resulted in a significant increase in indigenous Chinese military production capabilities. Given China's willingness to sell weapons and technology to the highest bidder - - including rogue nations such as Iran, Iraq, and Libya - - these transfers could represent a profound threat to U.S. military personnel. Moreover, the increased capabilities that China has gained portend a regional arms race and increase the possibility of conflict in a region in which the United States has major interests.

Under the circumstances, it flies in the face of common sense for us to provide the PRC with the means to achieve their military and strategic goals. The administration's decisions seem very suspect to us, and we strongly believe they should be investigated.

In closing, we would note that this letter does not reflect a change in our belief that a special counsel should be appointed to investigate allegations of improper fund-raising and campaign contributions, but rather an acknowledgment of the investigation as it presently exists.

Thank you for your consideration of this request. We look forward to your timely response.

Sincerely,

Tillie K. Fowler - Committee on National Security Henry Hyde - Chairman Committee on the Judiciary



THE LEGEND OF JANET RENO

Senator Fred Thompson and company have come to the conclusion that the Justice Department under Janet Reno is no longer a "justice" department. Ms. Reno, ever so quick to start investigations into Republicans (such as Rep. Burton) sees no need to appoint a special prosecutor to the expanding Chinese donation scandal. General Reno does not believe that any laws have been broken by the President or Vice President. Of course, those Buddhist monks donating thousands of dollars to the honorable Veep Gore and John (FOB) Huang using the Stephens Group offices to make international calls right after secret briefings does not give one the warm and fuzzies. The sickly Attorney General would rather trade subpoenas with Burton than get to the truth. Her selective ability to enforce the law has already divided the country and, in itself, been the cause of a severe erosion of trust.

Ms. Reno's inability to act against specific kinds of crime was apparent from day one. Within the first few months of her tenure Janet managed to burn down a religious compound in Waco, allowed the Clinton White House to abuse the FBI and ignored the wholesale rifling of Vince Fosters office by White House aides. When it came to saving children from being molested her answer was to send in the tanks, and kill all the children. However, when it became apparent that White House aides had lied to the FBI, the General acted swiftly.... To cover Bill Clinton's political posterior. Ms. Reno froze in place like a civil war monument and ignored the growing scandals that should have been prosecuted at once.

When the scandals could no longer be ignored... Janet joined in defense of her boss. For example, Justice Department lawyers argued long and hard against having the President testify for the Paula Jones case. Justice Department lawyers also argued long and hard to prevent Special Prosecutor Ken Starr from viewing notes taken by government lawyers on Hillary Clinton. In each case she assigned her best and brightest not to prosecute criminals but to defend a scandal riddled administration. In both cases her arguments were struck down in a heart beat by an ever more skeptical Supreme Court. However, delays invoked by bringing in the Justice Department served to cover-up scandals in progress right as the elections took place.

And when there was no defense... She simply ignored the crime. For example, the General ignored the FBI files matter completely despite the fact that crimes had been committed. General Reno had to be dragged, kicking and screaming into the China donation scandal. In fact, evidence of wrong doing had to rubbed into her face before she would recognize it. So, is General Reno pursuing the China links? Does she really care to assign agents to investigate corruption and espionage? Only reluctantly. General Reno has more agents and lawyers assigned to prosecute Joe Camel than John Huang. Even then, the agents assigned to the case cannot seem to find the major players. While Tom Brokaw at NBC managed to interview international fugitive (and FOB) Charlie Trie, Janet Reno's Justice Department has been unable to find their own butts with both hands.

Ms Reno has served to inhibit justice and prevent witnesses from testifying. The Justice Department openly stated they would not seek to prosecute the penniless Buddhists who gave Al Gore all that money. Yet, Janet's Justice Department also opposed granting immunity. Does that make sense? It does if you are a partisan defender of Bill Clinton.

Janet Reno earned her legacy in the hot ashes of Waco. She is now helping Bill Clinton to create his.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Bureau of Export Administration
Washington, D.C. 20230



August 6, 1997

Mr. Charles R. Smith
SOFTWAR
7707 Whirlaway Drive
Midlothian, VA 23112

Dear Mr. Smith:

This is in response to your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request dated May 30, 1997 to the Department of Commerce regarding *(A)ll information, contacts, meetings, notes or other data relating to the 'Hua Mei project' . . . or information in reference to the transfer of encryption technology to China." You requested access to responsive documents data from January 1, 1993 to the present. Your request was referred to the Bureau of Export Administration (BXA).

BXA identified seven documents responsive to the first part of your request (information relating to the Hua Mei project) in its files. BXA is releasing three of these documents in their entirety. One classified document is being withheld from disclosure pursuant to 5 U.S. C. A. 552 (b) (1), (b) (3), (b) (5) and (b) (7) (A) (1996 & Supp. 1997). This document is being denied by Mark D. Menefee, Acting Director, of BXA's Office of Export Enforcement.

5 U.S.C. 552 (b) (1) exempts for disclosure matters which "(A) [are] specifically authorized under criteria established by an Executive order to be kept secret in the interest of national defense or foreign policy and (B) are in fact properly classified pursuant to such Executive order." The information in this document is properly classified under Executive Order 12958 and is, therefore, being withheld from release.

This document is also being withheld pursuant to 5 U.S.C.A. 552 (b) (3) (B), which exempts from disclosure matters which are:

         [S]pecifically exempt from disclosure by
         statute. . ., provided that such statute . .
         . (B) established particular criteria for 
         withholding or refers to particular types of
         matters to be withheld.

The statutory provision which specifically exempts this information from disclosure by establishing particular criteria for withholding is section 12 (c) of the Export Administration Act of 1979, as amended, (the Act) (50 U.S.C.A. app. 2411 (c) (1991 & Supp. 1997)). Section 12(c) states, in pertinent part, that:

         . . . information obtained for the purpose of
         consideration of, or concerning, license
         applications under this Act shall be withheld
         from public disclosure unless the release of such
         information is determined by the Secretary
         to be in the national interest.

This section does not merely authorize maintaining the confidentiality of information obtained under the Act, but requires that such information not be disclosed unless its release is determined to be in the national interest. Consistent with the criteria of section 12(c), in the absence of a national interest determination authorizing release of such information, it cannot be released.

The authority provided by section 12(c) is supplemented by authority contained in a combination of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C.A. 1701-1706 (1991 & Supp. 1997)), Executive Order 12924 (3 C.F.R. 916), as extended by Presidential Notice on August 15, 1995 (3 C.F.R. 501) and on August 14, 1996 (3 C.F.R. 298), and the Export Administration Regulations (15 C.F.R. Parts 730 - 774 (1997)).

In addition, this document is being withheld under 5 U.S.C. 552 (b) (5), which allows the withholding of the "inter-agency or intra-agency memoranda or letters which would not be available by law to a party other than an agency in litigation with [BXA]". This exemption applies to predecisional and deliberative communications among agencies of the kind contained in this document. Failure to protect the report would inhibit referral of information needed for license review and export control enforcement.

Finally, this document is also being withheld under 5 U.S.C.A. 552 (b) (7) (A). This document has been compiled for law enforcement purposes and its release could reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings.

In addition, BXA has identified three other documents responsive to the first part of your request that were originated by other government agencies (the Departments of State and Defense). We have referred these records to those agencies for a determination as to whether they can be released. We have requested that they reply directly to you.

BXA has no documents responsive to the second part of your request (transfer of encryption technology to China).

This is the initial determination for your request. You have the right to appeal administratively the denial of any records withheld within 30 days of the date of this letter. If you decide to file an appeal, address it to the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Commerce, room 5883, Washington, DC 20230. Include a copy of your request, the initial denial, a statement of why the initial determination was in error. Both the appeal letter and the envelope should be clearly marked "Freedom of Information Appeal".

Sincerely,

James A. Lewis
Director
Office of Strategic Trade
and Foreign Policy Controls

FOI97-60

Enclosures

US EXPORT CONTROL POLICY FOR CHINA
FOCUS ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS

US EXPORT CONTROL POLICIES TOWARD CHINA

The United States will approve export licenses to China for controlled dual-use goods and technology, including telecommunications equipment, it it is for a commercial use in China. The United States reviews applications for exports to China on a case-by-case basis carefully examining the e-use and end-user. Of particular concern are projects that could produce weapons of mass destruction, end-uses that might contribute to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, or uses that would assist the Chinese military.

The Department of Commerce controls all dual-use controlled items, including telecommunications equipment, and technology. We, however, approve most license applications to China rejecting only about 5 percent of all the dual-use applications received for exports to China. These include a wide range of sensitive commodities.

The United States controls most sensitive dual-use telecommunications equipment for national security reasons. In addition, the Government requires a validated license for all U.S. exports, including "decontrolled" telecommunications equipment, if the exporter knows or the Government informs the exporter that the export will be used in a proliferation related end-use activity.

The Department of State controls telecommunications items specifically designed for military applications. State also controls certain sensitive cryptographic and cryptanalytic equipment that may be used in civil or military telecommunications systems. Licensing policy for these items is probably more stringent than that for the Commerce controlled items.

RECENT LIBERALIZATIONS

The implementation of several Administration initiative to liberalized U.S. exports controls on exports to China. To help make the transition to the post-COCOM era, the United States no longer requires an individual validated license for certain low level items destines for civil end-users/user in China. Exporters can use a General License, GLX which does not require prior U.S. Government approval for an export.

Since this rule went into effect significantly reduced controls now apply to telecommunications technologies for civilian end-uses, including fiber optic, radio relay, cellular communications systems, and more advanced switching techniques related to these types of communications. The April 4, 1994, liberalizations reduced the number of incoming telecommunications applications by approximately 95 percent. The liberalization freed up approximately $410 million in telecommunications exports that previously required a validated license. This means U.S. firms can now export an extremely wide range of telecommunications items to legitimate Chinese civil end-users.

This authorization, General License GLX, however, is not available for items that are also subject to nonproliferation or foreign policy controls. For example, exports of telemetering and telecontrol equipment usable as launch support equipment for unmanned air vehicles or rocket systems still require a validated license. The United States still requires prior authorizations for exports and retransfers to military end-users or end-uses. Such exports will continue to require an individual validated license and the U.S. Government will consider them on a case by case basis.

LICENSING OVERVIEW

In 1994, the Commerce Department received and approved more applications to chain than for any other country in the world. We approved over $1 billion dollars were for 743 license. Telecommunications items accounted for over $143 million for 300 approved licenses. In terms of numbers, the largest number of telecommunications related licenses Commerce approved were for telecommunications production equipment. In terms of dollar value, telecommunications switching equipment led the pack. In 1994, the Commerce Department denied only 5 applications for telecommunications items. We denied all of them because of end-user concerns.

In 1995, we estimate that the Department will approve approximately 450 applications for China worth a half a billion dollars. Approximately 40 percent of that dollar volume will involve telecommunications equipment. The high dollar volume approved items are primarily encrypted cellular telephones and radios. So far, we have denied only one application involving telecommunications items. This involves a low level item destined for a potential missile technology end-use.

BXA/EA/STFPC/FPC/MAK
Draft: 8-23-95
Edited: 8-24-95/JMR

HUA MEI - MONEY AND POWER


THE DOG THAT DIDN'T BARK

In 1994 SCM/Brooks Communications purchased large quantities of secure communications gear for sale to a company owned by several top Generals of the communist Chinese Army. AT&T officials who sold most of the equipment to SCM/Brooks were adamant that there was no need to check HUA MEI. It was a civilian company and the new Commerce Dept. export regulations did not require them to check about end use with civilian companies. So the deal was completed and the People's Liberation Army obtained encrypted communications from the US.

Yet, no noise was made by the NSA or FBI about the deal. Normally, the NSA would have put up a fierce fight to prevent encrypted radios and cellular phones from being sold to China. The NSA has come out of its black box on more than one occasion to appear before the Hill and lobby hard against encryption. Yet, not one objection was voiced from Ft. Meade. Not even the FBI, nor its diminutive Director, Louie Freeh, would voice one single objection about the deal to send crypto to China. This flies in the face of logic since FBI Director Freeh has openly testified of his desire to ban all encryption.

However, co-incidence, fate and accidents are so common in the Clinton administration that even the President has made light of his "SNAFU"s. So, it must have been a co-incidence that then Secretary of Defense William Perry was also a close friend with the mastermind of the HUA MEI deal. The 1994 purchase involved two American companies, Brooks Telecommunications International Inc. and SCM, which was at the time run by Stanford Political Science Prof. (and close associate of William Perry) John Lewis. Of course it is sheer co-incidence that in 1994, William Perry took a leave of absence from Stanford University in order to serve as Secretary of Defense. In fact, Perry is now back in the teaching business... At Stanford.

Yet, fate has already interfered with Prof. Perry's teaching career. It is clearly an act of unknowing fate that Cylink, a large computer security (crypto) company and one of the partners in the now infamous PKP deal, named the former Secretary of Defense, William Perry, to their executive board. Indeed, lighting has struck twice because William Perry is also a CEO at yet-another-company. Perry was a former Executive Vice President of Hambrecht & Quist Incorporated. In February 1985 he founded H & Q Technology Partners, Inc. which has since been changed to Technology Strategies and Alliances. It was pure fate that kept William Perry in his executive position at H & Q even while he was serving as Secretary of Defense. Even to this day William Perry continues to serve part-time as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. It must be pure fate that William Perry's investment/banking partner, a Mr. Hambrecht, has also donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the DNC.

Then again co-incidence, fate and accidents have already played a major role in our own understanding of these events. It was co-incidence that the death of Ron Brown also led to the Sockowitz papers. Fate spared Mr. Sockowitz because he was suppose to fly with Ron Brown into Bosnia. Instead, a change in plans forced Sockowitz to fly with the advance party So, Mr. Sockowitz was safe on the ground, waiting for Sec. Brown when the fatal accident occurred. Yet, fate did not spare Mr. Sockowitz the chore of identifying Ron Brown's body. Still, according to Sockowitz, it was a pure accident that boxes of classified materials managed to leave with him in August of 1996. That same accident led Sockowitz to stash the secret materials in his safe at the Small Business Administration, a cache which only he knew about.

Since all these co-incidences, and fateful incidents can be explained away then it certainly is no accident that Attorney General Janet Reno has chosen not to investigate. The Dept. of Justice decided there was no reason to investigate Hua Mei, William Perry, Ron Brown or Ira Sockowitz. It was all just another SNAFU.

MONEY MONEY MONEY
HSU, TA-LIN
2/23/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
H & Q ASIA PACIFIC -[Contribution]
NANCY PELOSI FOR CONGRESS

NEWMAN, MERRILL E
10/10/95 $200.00
PALO ALTO, CA 94301
H & Q -[Contribution]
TOM CAMPBELL FOR CONGRESS

BURKE, KENNETH J
1/27/95 $250.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94147
HAMBRECHT QUIST -[Contribution]
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE - RNC

BURKE, KENNETH J
8/28/96 $250.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94147
HAMBRECHT QUIST -[Contribution]
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE - RNC

CLEVELAND, FREDERICK C
10/10/95 $250.00
NEW YORK, NY 10028
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
DOLE FOR PRESIDENT INC

CRONIN, TIMOTHY M
11/30/95 $250.00
MARBLEHEAD, MA 01945
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
KERRY COMMITTEE

EIDENBERG, EUGENE
9/12/96 $300.00
SAUSALITO, CA 94965
HAMBRECHT & QUSIT -[Contribution]
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

EIDENBERG, EUGENE
10/10/96 $1,000.00
SAUSALITO, CA 94965
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
WELLSTONE FOR SENATE

GOLDEN, DAVID G
3/26/96 $250.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
NANCY PELOSI FOR CONGRESS

GUYER, SHELLY D
6/30/95 $500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94109
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF SENATOR ROCKEFELLER

GUYER, SHELLY D
5/1/96 $500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94109
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF SENATOR ROCKEFELLER

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
7/24/96 $20,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
9/19/95 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT AND BUSSIT -[Contribution]
CLINTON/GORE '96 PRIMARY COMMITTEE INC

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
7/30/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF DICK DURBIN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
TOM BRUGGERE FOR US SENATE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
10/30/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT QUIST -[Contribution]
VICTOR MORALES FOR SENATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
2/7/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF DICK DURBIN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
5/24/96 $10,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST VENTURE PART -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/25/95 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT QUIST -[Contribution]
ESTRUTH FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/21/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FAZIO FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
12/24/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF BARBARA BOXER

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/31/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
NANCY PELOSI FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
ELLEN TAUSCHER FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/1/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF FARR

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
6/9/95 $10,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST VENTURE PART -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
12/24/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF BARBARA BOXER

KETTERER, THEODORE
11/17/95 $1,000.00
WABAN, MA 02168
HAMBRECHT & Q -[Contribution]
CITIZENS FOR DAVE OBEY COMMITTEE

LUPATKIN, BRUCE
10/28/96 $250.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & URIST -[Contribution]
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTIONS

MACHTINGER, STEVEN N
3/26/96 $500.00
TIBURON, CA 94920
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
NANCY PELOSI FOR CONGRESS

MCAULIFFE, DAVID
11/5/96 $200.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94019
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
CITIZENS FOR JOE KENNEDY 1988

MITCHELL, ELIZABETH
8/21/96 $1,000.00
RIVERSIDE, CT 06878
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
CHRISTOPHER SHAYS FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE

MONTGOMERY, GENGE
2/6/95 $1,200.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94108
HAMBRECHT & GRUST -[Contribution]
LINCOLN CLUB OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

MONTGOMERY, GEORGE
10/22/96 $500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94108
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
TOM CAMPBELL FOR CONGRESS

MONTGOMERY, GEORGE G JR
5/22/95 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94108
HAMBRECHT & QUIST LLC -[Contribution]
PETE WILSON FOR PRESIDENT COMMITTEE INC

MONTGOMERY, GEORGE G JR
11/17/95 $500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94108
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]

TOM CAMPBELL FOR CONGRESS
MONTGOMERY, GEORGE G JR
3/15/96 $500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94108
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
NANCY PELOSI FOR CONGRESS

PATTERSON, GARY
5/23/96 $200.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94131
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

PATTERSON, GARY R
6/18/96 $250.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94131
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FEINSTEIN FOR SENATE '94

PATTERSON, GARY R
3/1/95 $200.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94131
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FEINSTEIN FOR SENATE '94

PATTERSON, GARY R
5/31/95 $350.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94131
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FEINSTEIN FOR SENATE '94

PEGRAM, E SANDFORD IV
4/9/96 $1,000.00
WAYLAND, MA 01778
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
WELD FOR SENATE INC

PEGRAM, E SANDFORD IV
4/9/96 $1,000.00
WAYLAND, MA 01778
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
WELD FOR SENATE INC

PFUND, NANCY
8/29/96 $250.00
BERKELEY, CA 94705
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
SEIDL FOR CONGRESS CAMPAIGN

TUTHILL, ANDREW F
5/5/95 $250.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94115
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
LUGAR FOR PRESIDENT COMMITTEE INC

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contributions under Hambrecht

HAMBRECHT, BILL
11/30/93 -$10,000.00
,
-[contribution refunded to individual]
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, BILL
4/9/97 $5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94115
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
EMILY'S LIST

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
3/21/96 $1,000.00
,
-[earmarked intermediary out]
EMILY'S LIST

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
6/30/97 $10,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
5/12/97 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOUSEWIFE -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF ERIC SERNA FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
10/30/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOUSEWIFE -[Contribution]
VICTOR MORALES FOR SENATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
11/25/95 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
ESTRUTH FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
6/9/95 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118
VOLUNTEER -[Contribution]
EMILY'S LIST

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
10/2/96 $20,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
10/31/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAM & QUIST -[Contribution]
WALTER CAPPS FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
TOM BRUGGERE FOR US SENATE

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
10/31/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOUSEWIFE -[Contribution]
DARLENE HOOLEY FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
KARPAN FOR WYOMING

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
11/4/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
MARY LANDRIEU FOR SENATE COMMITTEE INC

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
5/19/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118
VOLUNTEER -[Contribution]
EMILY'S LIST

HAMBRECHT, SARAH
11/1/96 $500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
LEVI STRAUSS -[Contribution]
CYNTHIA MCKINNEY FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/4/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
RICK ZBUR FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
COMMUNITY SERVICE -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF MAX CLELAND FOR THE US SENATE INC

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/5/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF TOM STRICKLAND INC

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
12/31/93 $5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
10/31/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
COMMITTEE FOR LORETTA SANCHEZ

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
3/23/93 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118
-[Contribution]
EMILY'S LIST

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/8/96 $5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/4/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF DICK DURBIN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/11/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
CITIZENS FOR SENATOR WOFFORD

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
DOCKING FOR US SENATE

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
10/31/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
NANCY PELOSI FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/4/94 $5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF CALIFORNIA-FEDERAL

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/2/96 $500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HOMEMAKER -[Contribution]
ELIZABETH FURSE FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, SARAH P
11/4/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
HARVEY GANTT FOR SENATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
KARPAN FOR WYOMING

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
11/1/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT AND QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF BOB CARR

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
7/24/96 $20,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
2/7/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF DICK DURBIN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
10/30/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT QUIST -[Contribution]
VICTOR MORALES FOR SENATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
9/19/95 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT AND BUSSIT -[Contribution]
CLINTON/GORE '96 PRIMARY COMMITTEE INC

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
TOM BRUGGERE FOR US SENATE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
11/29/93 -$1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118
-[contribution refunded to individual]
NANCY PELOSI FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
7/30/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF DICK DURBIN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
11/25/93 -$5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[contribution refunded to individual]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
5/18/93 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUEST -[Contribution]
CITIZENS FOR HARKIN

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
7/14/93 $2,500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
12/31/93 $2,500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUICK VENTURE -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
11/30/93 $5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUICK -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
5/18/93 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUEST -[Contribution]
CITIZENS FOR HARKIN

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
12/31/93 $5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
DNC SERVICES CORPORATION/DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM
5/12/97 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
INVESTMENT BANKER -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF ERIC SERNA FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/31/94 $1,000.00
,
-[earmarked contribution]
UNSOELD CAMPAIGN

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
6/9/95 $10,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST VENTURE PART -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
5/24/96 $10,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST VENTURE PART -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/4/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
HARVEY GANTT FOR SENATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
12/24/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF BARBARA BOXER

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/21/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FAZIO FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
12/24/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF BARBARA BOXER

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/1/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF FARR

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/4/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
KERRY COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/31/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
NANCY PELOSI FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/25/94 $500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST INC -[Contribution]
ANNA ESHOO FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/2/96 $30,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[[Receipt--exempt from limits]]
DNC-NON-FEDERAL INDIVIDUAL

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/1/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
SELF-EMPLOYED -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF ALAN WHEAT

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
5/3/93 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST INVESTMENT -[Contribution]
KENNEDY FOR SENATE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
5/3/93 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST INVESTMENT -[Contribution]
KENNEDY FOR SENATE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/3/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
ROBB FOR THE SENATE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
6/11/93 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
MITCHELL FOR SENATE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/26/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
DAN HAMBURG FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
6/11/93 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
MITCHELL FOR SENATE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/25/94 $500.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST INC -[Contribution]
ANNA ESHOO FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
4/7/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST GROUP -[Contribution]
FEINSTEIN FOR SENATE '94

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
4/7/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST GROUP -[Contribution]
FEINSTEIN FOR SENATE '94

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/5/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
WYNIA FOR SENATE COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/29/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF FARR

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
9/24/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF TOM ANDREWS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
8/12/93 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
CITIZENS FOR SENATOR WOFFORD

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
6/30/97 $10,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST VENTURE -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/25/95 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT QUIST -[Contribution]
ESTRUTH FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/31/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
ATTORNEY -[Contribution]
MICHELA ALIOTO FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
ELLEN TAUSCHER FOR CONGRESS

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/2/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
DOCKING FOR US SENATE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
3/14/94 -$1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[contribution refunded to individual]
MITCHELL FOR SENATE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
10/26/94 $6,250.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST GROUP -[Contribution]
CALIFORNIA VICTORY '94

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/5/96 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
FRIENDS OF TOM STRICKLAND INC

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
4/22/97 $10,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & QUIST -[Contribution]
CALIFORNIA VICTORY '98/DSCC FUND

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/8/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
INVESTMENT BANKER -[Contribution]
YATES FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
8/11/93 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94109
HAMBRECHT AND QUIST -[Contribution]
CITIZENS FOR SARBANES

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
12/31/93 $5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & ASSOCIATES -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/19/93 $5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
HAMBRECHT & ASSOCIATES -[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
11/4/94 $5,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[Contribution]
DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF CALIFORNIA-FEDERAL

HAMBRECHT, WILLIAM R
7/24/96 $30,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
-[[Receipt--exempt from limits]]
DNC-NON-FEDERAL INDIVIDUAL

HAMBRECHT, WM R
11/1/94 $1,000.00
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
PHILANTHROPIST -[Contribution]
YATES FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE


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