by Paul Collin ( The UPU Guy )

Howard Hughes Depository Files Operation Underway

by Paul Collin ( The UPU Guy )

LOS ANGELES – February 14, 2020 – The information ( below ) is Paul Collin’s chronological digest of information – surrounding the Howard Hughes Depository files – that haa been edited:

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Unwanted Publicity Intelligence<unwantedpublicity@gmail.com>

DATE: Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 12:26 PM

To: Kerry Cassidy <kerry@projectcamelot.org>

SUBJECT: Re: UPI Guy Limited Report

Hi Kerry,

Thanks for your email.

It is too difficult for me to construct what you wish while I’m currently tasking very fluid matters now. In the interim, f you wish to compile the 2 or 3 emails I’ve sent you – like a chronological digest – and publish them in one ( 1 ) report, you have my permission to do-so.

Your email tells me you have a fair-enough grasp on understanding what all I conveyed to you since day one. Very astute on your part to publish the disclaimer, which is fine by me.

I have provided all the information background, within those few recent emails, and privately shared with you an Attachment ( the Allied … letter ) as the ‘nugget of proof’ that The Legacy Foundation ‘business files’ were personally verified by me in-person as being indeed intact; as well as the legacy asset financial instrument files, both of which the U.S. government are set to take possession-of on or before the end of February – for the $2 million price requested by the ‘legal holder heir of all those document files’.

This is an ongoing operation. I only asked you ‘not publish the Attachment’, and ‘do publish my 3 emails’, which you have my permission to edit all 3 as you deem necessary, Kerry, so that Digest of information may be released publicly ASAP.

I am the only living soul who could verify all those files and arranged facilitating transfer of all the documents for the government who’s paying the heir holder and not paying me nor is the holder of the files paying me either because of ‘my reasons for my own security so I’m not killed or imprisoned although I may be anyway.

My ‘callout’ to Camelot was for help so I could release what I have and be gifted through donations to just stay alive for a little while longer is all.

Thank you for understanding, all you do, and for publishing the chronological digest of ‘my few emails containing pertinent information’ since February 11, 2020 through the present.

Many blessings upon you and your’s, Kerry.

Sincerely,

Paul

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FROM: Unwanted Publicity Intelligence<unwantedpublicity@gmail.com>

DATE: Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 8:46 AM

TO: kerry@projectcamelot.org

SUBJECT: New UPI Guy Report   

Hi Kerry,

You may add my 2005 legacy report link, entitled below, to any of The UPI Guy reports referencing files of what the U.S. Congressional Record referred-to as the ‘Howard Hughes Depository’, which was the Howard Hughes property, building and vaults first built during the 1940s, which I first heard-about through my offshore private client whose network of offshore banks held negotiated deeds of foreign assets of which several men brought in whereupon one man was William

Randolf Davis ( Bill Davis ) known as the ‘Howard Hughes Trustee’ and go-between for the Howard Hughes Depository wherein The Legacy Foundation was physically located in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The 2005 report of mine details a portion of what I was working on during my Eastern European assignment for ‘Squad Six’ ( C.I.A. led DOJ) and my aforementioned client.

Within the beginning, of the following report, the investigator who wished to remain anonymous was actually ‘me’. $230-Billion Offshore Bank Hughes Vault? – Part 1 by, ShoreLines (Paul Collin)

 

Also see:

Secret Archaic Human Encodes

 

June 22, 2005

READING REFERENCES –

web.archive.org/web/20050622090104/http://www.totse.com/en/politics/international_banking_money_laundering/biloffshoreban179196.html

AND,

projectcamelotportal.com/2020/01/23/howard-hughes-files-sale-part-ii-possible-military-raid/

The aforementioned 2005 report provided only a portion of the

foundational understandings about the files within the Howard Hughes

Depository that the U.S. Congressional Record serialized Note (

government printed in 2004 ) mentioned, which surrounded U.S.

President Bill Clinton’s brother – Roger Clinton involvement with The

Legacy Foundation and Richard Cayce thereof, but there’s more in those

files.

READING REFERENCE –

www.congress.gov/congressional-report/107th-congress/house-report/454/1

AND,,

books.google.com/books?id=kGUHeP8c3XoC&pg=PA2418&lpg=PA2418&dq=“The+Legacy+Foundation””Howard+Hughes”&source=bl&ots=Sxe3QS1DEA&sig=ACfU3U3l-lnE-Iks6HTMA_oiXX-adM8rFA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiynczn5ZPnAhVKvJ4KHaCmBZ0Q6AEwC3oECAoQAQ#v=onepage&q=”The

Legacy Foundation””Howard Hughes”&f=false

The case was complex, as the case today remains for ongoing U.S.

hovernment operations to seize any and all of the ‘original files’ of

which I possess hundreds to thousands of page color copies of.

If anyone is interested in what I have they are invited to contact me

who will accept donations in support thereof for my basic living ne

cessities to survive for at least the next few monhhs until I die as

doctors have told me I will within the next 3-months.

HOW to DONATE to THE UPI GUY:

www.paypal.com/paypalme2/UpiGuy/

OR,

projectcamelotportal.com/2019/06/03/how-to-donate-to-paul-collin-unwanted-publicity-guy/

Thank you for your interest.

Sincerely your’s,

Paul Collin

The Unwanted Publicity Guy

E-MAIL: UnwantedPublicity@GMAIL.com

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FROM: Unwanted Publicity Intelligence<unwantedpublicity@gmail.com>

DATE: Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 6:10 PM

TO: Kerry Cassidy <kerry@projectcamelot.org>

SUBJECT: Re: UPI Guy Limited Report

Hi Kerry,

Please publish.

The owner of the files passed-away leaving all his belongings to his

wife and son both of whom granted me exclusive permission to review

and copy all the files I felt were highly important and to use all the

copies as my own for doing what I felt best to publicly release.

Hence, there then is the ‘chain of title’, and both the deceased

owner’s wife and son were and still are that I have performed the

necessary research and report publicly all that I have designated

releaseable and non-releaseable.

Too, they ( the 2 heirs as aforesaid ) both know I am a key critical

party in arranging for the exchange of ‘their current legally held

documents’ earmarked for transference by the son to a certain team of

both U.S. government officials and private consultants ( of whom both

I and my  Washington D.C. contact are only 2 of several private

professionals knowing what we know ), whom will be escorted and under

the protection of U.S. military security personnel within the next

2-weeks.

And finally, both the heirs and U.S. government officials are aware-of

research reports I have been publicly releasing purposefully and

publicly on the internet surrounding the Howard Hughes Depository (

property building vaults ) files and those associated therewith since

2004 via independent online media outlets all the way up to and

including Project Camelot Productions LLC and you through February 12,

2020 ( to-date ).

I have always cautiously released information without ever

jeopardizing U.S. government classified information as is being

performed by me within my reports.

I would never place you or Project Camelot in harms way nor have I

ever. Hence, ‘my permission-granted exclusive information document

copies belong to me’ and are earmarked for eventual and exclusive

publishing by you.

All confidences I have ever set forth in my previous e-mails to you

have always been respected and kept by you, and my recent email report

sent to you this afternoon outlines what ‘not to publicly release’ (

i.e. my email single attachment ) mentioned to you in that email of

mine to you today.

Thank you, Kerry, for publishing.

Sincerely,

Paul

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FROM: Unwanted Publicity Intelligence<unwantedpublicity@gmail.com>

DATE: Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 1:32 PM

To: kerry@projectcamelot.org

SUBJECT: UPI Guy Limited Report

ATTACHMENT ( 1 ): Richard Cayce Legacy Foundation & ACF sm.jpg ( 4692-kb )

Hi Kerry,

See special permission ( at very bottom ) about my permission to

publish and to ‘not publish the Attachment ( herein attached ).

The following information answers ‘legal entitlement to the Howard

Hughes Depository possession of original files held by the owners and

‘the limited portion of permitted copies thereof granted unto me

exclusively thereto’. It is important to note that ‘I do not hold

copies of all the files’, and ‘I have never posessed any original

files thereof’.

Important to note that although I have copies of hundreds of pages of

files,  mostly the legacy business financial asset instruments and

some of its business ventures and business operation activity files,

‘I do not have copies of everything out-of the files that were within

the Howard Hughes Depository’.

Attached hereto ( SEE ATTACHMENT – 1 ) is ‘my recently obtained image

document color copy only’ of the ‘actual signed original letter’ I was

granted permission to hold in my hands to view and copy; the day

before yesterday’ (  ).

That aforementioned letter, saw names mentioned  ( ‘in addition to

others not named withinin the U.S. Congressional Record Note’ ), the

following names that ‘were indeed mentioned in the U.S. Congressional

Record serialized Note’, as follows:

– ‘Richard Cayce’;

– ‘The Legacy Foundation’; and,

– American Christian Foundation’.

The aforementioned three ( 3 ) names, named thereon the ‘Allied …’

company letter, were located wihin a cornucopia of many-many other

files once held within the ‘Howard Hughes Depository Commissar /

Gatekeeper’; a mormon family man, who was shot and killed on January

1, 2003 in his home at Henderson, Nevada , and ‘his business ( The

Legacy Foundation’ and ‘other business files of his plus The Legacy

Foundation contents legally passed to his surviving wife and son whose

family’s ranch where I later visited in 201e, 2014, and as recently as

February of 2020 was asked to review the contents thereof awhen ‘I was

granted permission to copy and hold only a portion of copies of those

original business files’.

The following text ( below ) are selected extracts of the original

U.S. Congressional serial numbered Note proving those three ( 3 )

names on the letter ( See Attachment ) as also stated above:

107th Congress of the United States

2nd Session

January 23, 2002 – November 22, 2002

Union Calendar No. 269

House Of Representatives Report

No. 454

Justice Undone Clemency Decisions In Clinton White House

United States Congressional Serial Set

Serial Number 14779

VOLUME 3

107-454

Published 2004

SECOND REPORT by the COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT REFORM

Volume 1 of 3 together with MINORITY AND ADDITIONAL VIEWS

Chapter 1 — “Take Jack’s Word”: The Pardons of International

Fugitives Marc Rich and Pincus Green

Chapter 2 — Roger Clinton’s Involvement in Lobbying for Grants of

Executive Clemency

… ( EDITED-OUT FOR BREVITY ) …

FINDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE ……………… 709

INTRODUCTION …………………………………….. 715

I. ROGER CLINTON’S PATTERN OF TRADING ON HIS BROTHER’S NAME ……..717

A. Roger Clinton’s Foreign Travelers Checks and Other Questionable

Sources of Income …… 719

… ( EDITED-OUT FOR BREVITY ) …

III.THE LINCECUM PARDON OFFER ………….777

A. Garland Lincecum’s Account ………………. 778

1. The Initial $35,000 Payment………………… 778

2. The First Dallas Meeting ……………………… 779

3. Lincecum’s Attempts to Raise the Remaining Money … 782

4. Lincecum’s Payment of $200,000 ………… 785

5. The Division of Lincecum’s Money Among Clinton, Locke, and Morton

…………………….. 786

6. Lincecum’s Attempts to Receive the Pardon … 787

B. Roger Clinton’s Reaction to the Allegations …. 790

C. Dickey Morton’s and George Locke’s Reactions to the Allegations

…………………… 792

D. Analysis …………………………………………….. 795

… ( EDITED-OUT FOR BREVITY ) …

V. FAILURE OF KEY PARTIES TO COOPERATE IN THE ROGER CLINTON

INVESTIGTION ……… 827

A. Roger Clinton ……………………………………… 827

… ( EDITED-OUT FOR BREVITY ) …

B. Tommaso Gambino ……………………………. 828

C. Lisa Gambino …………………………………….. 828

D. Victor Crawford and Kathy Vieth …………. 828

E. George Locke ……………………………………… 829

F. Dickey Morton ……………………………………. 829

* G. Richard Cayce ……………………………. 829

H. J.T. Lundy ………………………………………… 829

I. Robert Lundy………………………………………. 829 J.

Chief Carl Griggs………………………………….. 830 K.

Blume Loe and Cynthia Goosen ………….. 830

L. Bruce Lindsey ……………………………………… 830 M.

Meridith Cabe ……………………………………. 830 N.

Department of Justice ……………………….. 831

O. The White House…………………….

… ( EDITED-OUT FOR BREVITY ) …

\452\ Interview with Garland Lincecum, in Bastrop, TX (Apr. 19, 2001).

\453\ Id. \454\ Id.

Cayce had extensive business contacts with Morton and Locke prior to

approaching them about the Lincecum pardon.

Letter from Mark F. Hampton, Hampton and Larkowski, to David A. Kass,

Deputy Chief Counsel, Committee on Government Reform 2-3 ( May 18,

2001 ) (within Appendix I).

According to George Locke, Cayce was attempting to enlist Roger

Clinton’s support for an entity called The Legacy Foundation.

Telephone Interview with George Locke, Partner, CLM L.L.C. (Mar. 27, 2001).

The Legacy Foundation claimed to be a charitable organization selling

tax-exempt charitable bonds. Id.

Cayce and others involved in The Legacy Foundation wanted to use the

Clinton name to help sell the charitable bonds. Id.

After the Securities and Exchange Commission launched an

investigation, The Legacy Foundation halted its plans to issue the

bonds.

Cayce was trying to enlist Clinton, Morton, and Locke’s support for

The Legacy Foundation during the same time as Lincecum was trying to

obtain his pardon. However, Morton and Locke have claimed that all of

the money exchanged between Cayce, Lincecum, and CLM related to The

Legacy Foundation, not any attempt to sell pardons.

Letter from Mark F. Hampton, Hampton and Larkowski, to David A. Kass,

Deputy Chief Counsel, Comm. on Govt. Reform (May 18, 2001) (within

Appendix I).

As discussed in the conclusion below, this claim is not credible. \455\

Interview with Garland Lincecum, in Bastrop, TX (Apr. 19, 2001). \456\

Id. \457\ Id. \458\ Id.

… ( EDITED-OUT FOR BREVITY ) …

\470\ Dickey Morton Document Production 001144 (Letter from Dickey

Morton, to Richard Cayce (Aug. 7, 1998)) (Exhibit 76).

In his proffer to the Committee, Morton claimed that this letter was

written at the behest of Cayce:

Casey [sic] asked that a confirmation letter be sent to him spelling

out the agreement. Casey [sic] stated that the letter must be written

in code since The Legacy Foundation was at present, working covertly

with the federal government.

Casey [sic] told Morton not to mention money in the letter.\471\

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\471\ Letter from Mark F. Hampton, Hampton and Larkowski, to David A.

Kass, Deputy Chief Counsel, Comm. on Govt. Reform 4 (May 18, 2001)

(within Appendix I).

In this proffer, Morton also maintained that the 100,000 “cookies”

in the letter referred to the “appearance fee” charged by Roger

Clinton for meeting with Cayce and Lincecum, not any payment for a

pardon.

Cayce made the requested arrangements and met with Clinton, Locke,

Morton, and Lincecum in a Dallas hotel in approximately August

1998.\472\

… ( EDITED-OUT FOR BREVITY ) …

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\605\ In response to a document request from the Committee, Locke

stated that he had no responsive records.

Letter from George Locke, to the Honorable Dan Burton, Chairman, Comm.

on Govt. Reform (Apr. 9, 2001) (within Appendix I).

See also Letter from Marietta Alphin, Hampton, Larkowski & Benca, to

David A. Kass, Deputy Chief Counsel, Comm. on Govt. Reform (May 3,

2001) (within Appendix I).

By contrast, Morton provided extensive corporate records in response

to a subpoena. \606\

Letter from Mark F. Hampton, Hampton and Larkowski, to David A. Kass,

Deputy Chief Counsel, Comm. on Govt. Reform (May 18, 2001) (within

Appendix I).

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In short, Morton and Locke acknowledge that CLM received $200,000 from

Lincecum and another $100,000 from Richard Cayce. However, they deny

that the money had any connection to an effort to obtain a

presidential pardon for Garland Lincecum.\607\

Rather, they claim that Cayce and Lincecum paid the $300,000 to CLM as

“appearance fees” charged to them by Roger Clinton.

Morton and Locke claim that Cayce and Lincecum paid this money to CLM

because they wanted Clinton’s support for the plan to sell tax-exempt

bonds through Cayce’s Legacy Foundation.

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\607\ Id.

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Locke and Morton claim that Richard Cayce, who had a prior business

relationship with Morton, approached Morton with “an exotic plan” to

make money by selling tax-exempt bonds through a charitable

organization, The Legacy Foundation.\608\

Locke said that Cayce wanted to use the Clinton name to sell these

bonds and specifically wanted to use Morton’s contacts with George

Locke and Roger Clinton to see if President Clinton would support the

charity.\609\

Morton told Cayce that he knew Locke and agreed to take the idea to

Locke to see if Locke would ask Roger Clinton to present it to the

President.\610\

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\608\ Telephone Interview with George Locke, Partner, CLM, L.L.C.

(Mar. 27, 2001). \609\ Id. \610\ Id.

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Locke told Committee staff that people had often approached Roger

Clinton asking him to talk to the President about a variety of issues

and that Roger always helped them.\611\ However, Locke said that Roger

was “always left out in the cold” afterwards.\612\

After a number of these unpleasant experiences, Roger Clinton decided

that he would not assist anyone with their business unless he received

an “appearance fee” paid up front.\613\

According to Locke, the fee guaranteed only a meeting with Roger

Clinton to present a request and nothing more.\614\

Locke informed Committee staff that he and Dickey Morton used Roger

Clinton’s name in their business ventures, with Roger’s permission,

and that they paid Roger for the right to use his name.\615\

When asked how 609\ Id. \610\ Id.

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Locke told Committee staff that people had often approached Roger

Clinton asking him to talk to the President about a variety of issues

and that Roger always helped them.\611\ However, Locke said that Roger

was “always left out in the cold” afterwards.\612\

After a number of these unpleasant experiences, Roger Clinton decided

that he would not assist anyone with their business unless he received

an “appearance fee” paid up front.\613\

According to Locke, the fee guaranteed only a meeting with Roger

Clinton to present a request and nothing more.\614\

Locke informed Committee staff that he and Dickey Morton used Roger

Clinton’s name in their business ventures, with Roger’s permission,

and that they paid Roger for the right to use his name.\615\

When asked how Roger Clinton’s name was used, Locke stated that Morton

used it “when making contacts with buyers and sellers.” \616\

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\611\ Id. \612\ Id. \613\ Id. \614\ Id. \615\ Id. \616\ Id.

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In short, Morton and Locke acknowledge that CLM LLC received 200,000

from Lincecum and another $100,000 from Richard Cayce. However, they

deny that the money had any connection to an effort to obtain a

presidential pardon for Garland Lincecum.\607\

Rather, they claim that Cayce and Lincecum paid the $300,000 to CLM as

“appearance fees” charged to them by Roger Clinton.

Morton and Locke claim that Cayce and Lincecum paid this money to CLM

LLC because they wanted Clinton’s support for the plan to sell

tax-exempt bonds through Cayce’s Legacy Foundation.

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\607\ Id.

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Locke and Morton claim that Richard Cayce, who had a prior business

relationship with Morton, approached Morton with “an exotic plan” to

make money by selling tax-exempt bonds through a charitable

organization, The Legacy Foundation.\608\

Locke said that Cayce wanted to use the Clinton name to sell these

bonds and specifically wanted to use Morton’s contacts with George

Locke and Roger Clinton to see if President Clinton would support the

charity.\609\

Morton told Cayce that he knew Locke and agreed to take the idea to

Locke to see if Locke would ask Roger Clinton to present it to the

President.\610\

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\608\ Telephone Interview with George Locke, Partner, CLM L.L.C. (Mar.

27, 2001). \609\ Id. \610\ Id.

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Locke told Committee staff that people had often approached Roger

Clinton asking him to talk to the President about a variety of issues

and that Roger always helped them.\611\ However, Locke said that Roger

was “always left out in the cold” afterwards.\612\

After a number of these unpleasant experiences, Roger Clinton decided

that he would not assist anyone with their business unless he received

an “appearance fee” paid up front.\613\

According to Locke, the fee guaranteed only a meeting with Roger

Clinton to present a request and nothing more.\614\

Locke informed Committee staff that he and Dickey Morton used Roger

Clinton’s name in their business ventures, with Roger’s permission,

and that they paid Roger for the right to use his name.\615\

When asked how Roger Clinton’s name was used, Locke stated that Morton

used it “when making contacts with buyers and sellers.” \616\

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\611\ Id. \612\ Id. \613\ Id. \614\ Id. \615\ Id. \616\ Id.

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When Locke contacted Roger Clinton about Cayce and The Legacy

Foundation, Roger agreed to meet with Cayce only if they paid him such

an appearance fee.\617\

Morton then arranged the meeting with Cayce, sending the coded letter

referring to the number of “cookies” required to meet with Roger

Clinton.\618\ In his interview with Committee staff, Locke

acknowledged meeting Cayce, Morton, and Roger Clinton in Dallas in

August 1998.\619\

Locke claimed that, at this meeting, Cayce discussed two main topics:

the plan to have Clinton endorse The Legacy Foundation and Cayce’s

desire to obtain a U.S. Diplomatic Passport.\620\

The proffer from Morton and Locke is similar to Locke’s account in the

interview but provides more detail.

The proffer claims that Cayce met with Morton and Locke on August 12,

1998, and provided them with $30,000 in cash.\621\ Morton and Locke

then met with Roger Clinton and divided the cash between them, with

Roger receiving $18,000, Locke receiving $5,000, and Morton receiving

$7,000.\622\

Also according to the proffer, on August 13, Cayce met with Clinton,

Morton, and Locke, and Cayce discussed his desire to have Clinton’s

support for The Legacy Foundation.

The proffer also states that Cayce asked about the possibility of

obtaining a diplomatic passport through Roger Clinton.

The proffer also claims that Cayce inquired whether Clinton could

obtain pardons for two individuals, and while Morton and Locke do not

recall whom Cayce mentioned, they are certain that it was not

Lincecum.\623\

Locke and Morton maintain that the additional $70,000 wired to CLM by

the MM Foundation on August 19 represented the completion of the

$100,000 appearance fee charged to Cayce by Clinton, Locke, and Morton

for the August 12 meeting.

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\617\ Id. \618\ Dickey Morton Document Production 001144 (Letter from

Dickey Morton, to Richard Cayce (Aug. 7, 1998)) (Exhibit 76). \619\

Telephone Interview with George Locke, Partner, CLM, L.L.C. (Mar. 27,

2001) \620\

Letter from Mark F. Hampton, Hampton and Larkowski, to David A. Kass,

Deputy Chief Counsel, Comm. on Govt. Reform (May 18, 2001) (within

Appendix I). \621\ Id. \622\ Id. \623\ Id.

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Locke and Morton claim that in September and October 1998, they had

two meetings with Cayce in Las Vegas regarding the Legacy

Foundation.\624\ Roger Clinton came with Morton and Locke to each of

these meetings, and accordingly, Cayce was charged $100,000 for each

meeting.\625\

However, Cayce did not pay, and after the second meeting, Morton and

Locke claim that they refused to provide Roger Clinton for any more

meetings with Cayce until they had paid $200,000 for the previous two

meetings.\626\ Morton and Locke claim that they then met with Cayce

and Garland Lincecum.

They claim that Lincecum provided them with a check for $600,000 and

told them that the check would be good in two weeks.\627\

Cayce informed Morton and Locke that the additional $400,000

represented an “investment” in CLM.\628\

Morton and Locke claim that Cayce and Lincecum never made good on the

$600,000 check.\629\

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\624\ Id. \625\ Id. \626\ Id. \627\ Id. \628\ Id. \629\ Id.

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In their proffer, Morton and Locke state that in November 1998, CLM

received a check from Lincecum for $100,000.\630\ Then, in December,

CLM received another check from Lincecum.

With these two checks, Morton and Locke believed that Cayce and

Lincecum had paid for the two meetings Cayce had with Roger Clinton in

Las Vegas.\631\

Morton and Locke acknowledge that they divided this money with Roger

Clinton, providing him with more than $25,000 of the $200,000 they

received.\632\

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\630\ Id. \631\ Id. \632\ In his interview, Locke claimed he received

only “a small portion” of the payment, and claimed that he could not

recall exactly how much. Telephone Interview with George Locke,

Partner, CLM, L.L.C. (Mar. 27, 2001).

When asked to estimate how much he received, Locke said it was

approximately $20,000 to $25,000. Id.

Locke also said he was surprised to learn that CLM had received

$200,000 from any source for any reason, an assertion which

contradicts the proffer provided by his lawyer. Id.

In fact, Locke received $65,000 from CLM, or approximately three times

the amount he admitted to Committee staff. First National Bank of

Crossett Document Production (Exhibit 85).

According to Locke, he thought the money had come from Richard Cayce,

not from Garland Lincecum’s brother and mother.

Telephone Interview with George Locke, Partner, CLM L.L.C. (Mar. 27, 2001).

Locke told Committee staff that the purpose of the payments had

nothing to do with any effort to obtain a pardon. Id.

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With two exceptions, Morton and Locke deny that they ever discussed

pardons with Richard Cayce, Garland Lincecum, or Guy Lincecum. The

first time they did discuss pardons was at the first meeting between

Cayce, Morton, Locke, and Clinton when Cayce asked whether they could

help him obtain pardons for two friends

\633\ Clinton, Morton, and Locke claim that they did nothing to assist Cayce.

\634\ Morton and Locke also admit to having discussed pardons on one

other occasion.

\635\ Morton and Locke acknowledge that they met with Guy Lincecum and

Jim McCaskill in March 2000 at a McDonald’s restaurant in Broken

Arrow, Oklahoma, to discuss their business dealings

\636\ While Lincecum and McCaskill claim that they had a detailed

discussion about Garland Lincecum’s efforts to buy a pardon through

Clinton, Locke, and Morton, Locke and Morton tell a different story.

They claim that Guy Lincecum informed them, for the first time, that

Garland Lincecum hoped to obtain a pardon.\637\ Locke offered his

advice:

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\633\

Letter from Mark F. Hampton, Hampton and Larkowski, to David A. Kass,

Deputy Chief Counsel, Committee on Government Reform (May 18, 2001)

(within Appendix I). \634\ Id. \635\ Id. \636\ Id. \637\ Id.

More …

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Pages: 2416 –

Legacy Foundation, Casey and [ Garland ] Lincecum

In August of 1998 …

… The Legacy Group …

… The Legacy Foundation …

… American Christian Foundation ( ACF ) …

… Howard Hughes Depository …

… Las Vegas, Nevada …

RE: Roger Clinton attempts to obtain Presidential pardons for his friends.

“… The purpose of this meeting was to interest Roger Clinton in

becoming involved with ‘The Legacy Foundation’. Supposedly, this was a

non-profit / tax-exempt foundation. [ Richard ] Casey [ Jr. ] [

Richard Casey Sr. of, DELTA TRADING INC. ] said The Legacy Foundation

had devised a plan whereby they would trade bonds with the federal

treasury on a daily or weekly basis and The Legacy Foundation had an

exclusive relationship with the federal treasury to trade in bonds

with the United States government. The Legacy Foundation was operating

covertly with the United States Government, but soon its activities

would become public, thus it would be an excellent time to get [ Roger

] Clinton and [ Dickey ] Morton [ a ‘money dispersal agent’ of DELTA

TRADING INC. ] involved.

“… Plans were made for a meeting at The Legacy Foundation

headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“… During this [ September 1998 ] meeting there were photographs

shown of what Morton would describe as millions of dollars in cash

being held in the ‘Howard Hughes Depository’.

“… This was money received from investors already associated with

The Legacy Foundation. Treasury bonds and other collateral were shown

to Morton and [ George ] Locke to establish the validity of The Legacy

Foundation and the strong financial backing it had already obtained.

“… Another meeting … This meeting [ October 11, 1998 ] occurs

again in Las Vegas at the Howard Hughes Depository …

Aforementioned letter signed by, Mark F. Hampton

… [ More … continues ] …

RESEARCH REFERENCES –

www.congress.gov/congressional-report/107th-congress/house-report/454/1

AND / OR,

books.google.com/books?id=kGUHeP8c3XoC&pg=PA2418&lpg=PA2418&dq=“The+Legacy+Foundation””Howard+Hughes”&source=bl&ots=Sxe3QS1DEA&sig=ACfU3U3l-lnE-Iks6HTMA_oiXX-adM8rFA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiynczn5ZPnAhVKvJ4KHaCmBZ0Q6AEwC3oECAoQAQ#v=onepage&q=”The

Legacy Foundation””Howard Hughes”&f=false

– – – –

This concludes my UPI Confidential report to Project Camelot through

you, Kerry,, and as you know from your call to me earlier this morning

I advised you that any public disclosure on what I spoke to you and

especially the ATTACHMENT ( herein ) would jeopardize an ongoing U.S.

government operation however, the ‘three ( 3 ) itemized names’ and the

‘U.S. Congressional Record serialized Note’ – by themselves – do not

alone ( all by themselves ) jeopardine any U.S. government operation

whatsoever so, DO NOT publicly release the image document copy of the

letter.

My recent mission, a few days ago, in Nevada was to determine whether

or not the Howard Hughes Depository files were additionally linked to

the data set forth within the aforementioned U.S. Congressional Record

serial number Note ( voluminous pages therein ), and I can now say

that there ‘is indeed that political sensitive nature therein’ so, my

third ( 3rd ) exploratory visit to the remote ranch in Nevada near

Area 51 was a success however, ‘other missioning is ongoing’, which I

am not at liberty to reveal publicly.

Thank you for your understanding, Kerry, and it might not be a bad

idea for you to extrapolate portions of my email ( herein ) and make

it a part of my report, as the:

“Howard Hughes Depository Mission – Part 1”

Other Parts to follow in only 1 or 2 weeks.

You have my permission to publish the aforementioned data without the

ATTACHMENT.

Cordially your’s,

Paul

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– END

The aforementioned information concludes Paul Collin’s ‘pertinent email information conveyances surrounding the Howard Hughes Depository files’.

Sincerely,

Paul Collin

The Unwanted Publicity Intelligence Guy ( The UPI Guy at Project Camelot )

 

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