Update on foreign agent harassment of people in the United States: hearing before the Subcommittees on Human Rights and International Organizations and on Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, first session, June 21, 1983
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acts of intimidation alert to complaints ANDY IRELAND Arms Export Control Asian and Pacific Assistant Legal Adviser Barnds Bureau of Investigation California PETER H Chairman cific Affairs closed session Congress consistent pattern department of Justice doubt several reasons DYMALLY executive branch executive session Export Control Act Federal Bureau Florida FOREIGN AGENT HARASSMENT foreign governments GERALD B. H. SOLOMON go into executive GUS YATRON harassment and intimidation Human Rights include repeated warnings including U.S. companies intimidation by foreign intimidation or harassment Jeffrey H KOSTMAYER letters of offer Libya Libyans who wish measures to stop MEL LEVINE Munitions Control publishes necessary measures number of complaints Office of Munitions ordering diplomats otherwise controls material Pacific Affairs pattern of acts Pennsylvania PETER H Rights and International section 6 known Smith Solarz stop improper activity Subcommittee on Asian Subcommittee on Human Subcommittee Staff Consultant TED WEISS UPDATE ON FOREIGN visas to Libyans