The Assassination of American Diplomats in Beirut, Lebanon: Hearing Before the Special Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, Second Session, July 27, 1976
United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Special Subcommittee on Investigations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976 - Assassination - 43 pages
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activities affairs Ambassador Meloy American Answer appointment approximately Arab arrived asked assassination Assistant became believe bodies bodyguards Chairman chauffeur Christian Committee concerned considered contacts Corniche cross Department discuss driver East Embassy employees evacuation fighting follow given governments guard HAMILTON happened immediately included increased indicate instructions July June 16 kidnapping knew known LAGoMARSINo Lebanese Lebanon Marine matters ment mission Moghrabi Moslem movement murders Palestinians particular period personnel picked political possible present President-elect prior problems procedures protection Question radio reason received regard remain responsible risks roadblocks Sarkis Secretary security officer session side situation staff statement subcommittee surveillance taken talk telephone TELFoRD terrorism terrorists turn understand United vehicle Waring West Beirut WINN Wolff Zohair
Page 37 - ... Security is $14,518,800, an increase of $1,054,400 over the 1975 amount. This is your first appearance in this capacity ? Mr. DIKEOS. Yes, sir. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Mr. SLACK. May we have a biographical sketch for insertion at this point in the record ? [Mr. Dikeo's biographical sketch follows :] VICTOR H. DIKEOS Mr. Victor H. Dikeos, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Security, was born in North Dakota in 1923 and holds a bachelor's degree from Montana State University. He served as an officer...
Page 37 - Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
Page 2 - Victor H. Dikeos, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Security; and Sidney T. Telford, Jr., regional security officer, Beirut, Lebanon, Department of State.
Page 34 - On the first evacuation the only contact that we had with the Palestinians was casual and ad hoc contact at the time of the embarkation in connection with the evacuation.
Page 2 - ... may go into executive session at the end of the hearing to discuss highly sensitive matters.
Page 24 - Mr. Chairman, there are some more questions I would like to ask along that line if we sret into executive session.