Bill Simpich – 2 March, 2018
- Office of Security subject files
- The Army file on Harvey Lee Oswald.
HSCA Final Report, I.C.5, p.223.
- HMMS and HMMT documents, which are held for one year and then destroyed.
HMMS (dispatches from headquarters) and HMMT (dispatches from station) are sent mainly to transmit administrative materials.
Some HMMSs and HMMTs for Oct 63-Dec 64 time period may have survived.
- HMMAs and HMMWs that were either destroyed or “not retrievable”
- Goodpasture: LILYRIC documents destroyed for space considerations
LILYRIC LOGS AND PRODUCTION PRE-4/67 WERE DESTROYED
- Apparently other destroyed Mexico City photos and documents.
- Some of the contents of Win Scott’s safe, including the “Oswald” tape.
- The Secret Service destroyed Protective Service records, among them files on JFK’s aborted Chicago trip in early November 1963. ARRB Final Report, 8.B.3
- Possible destruction of US Marines investigation into assassination. HSCA Volume XI: Possible Military Investigation of the Assassination.
- 90% of the P (personality) files in storage for the Mexico City station.
Luisa Calderon, Eusebio Azcue, and June Cobb P files destroyed…
HMMA and HMMW are dispatches to and from HQS and Mexico City station. (My hunch is that MM stands for Mexico City, Mexico)
HMYA is a dispatch from Monterey. (My hunch is MY stands for Monterey)
HMMS and HMMT are dispatches – all I know is HMMS is from HQs and HMMT is from “the Station”, and that these suffixes mean that administrative material is being sent.
It looks like both of them are bulky dispatches, containing many pages of material. I see many cpver letters saying that one of these bulky packages is being sent or has been received, but not the actual doc itself.
There is an HMMT-4085 that was sent on October 10, 1963. I can’t find “the attached copy,” I’d sure like to know what it is.