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Goldner, These travellers represaat the most expendable supervisory feature of the operation — at least we must conclude this to be the case isfecause of the ease with which we have detected their role, their connections, and even a substantial part of their day-to -day activities. These "travellers" work with both recruits and with resident witting agents who act as immediate controllers of the zombies they deploy.
Recently, because 4tf the desperation evokes among the "hard types" by the failure to contain our influence, we have witnessed not only the Gail Roeshman operation ( another member had been targetted earlier—through NAG operations including Marion Keater—for the modUis operandi used in-Gail's kidnapping, down to the detail of Te"d Patrick. In , fact we habe uncovered the "cover story" version of the "why" of Ted Patrick's being brought into the picture.) We have seen the LEAA resort to Hazardous use of police harassment of our petitioning and othere electoral activities, without even a semblance of an effort to provide a half-way decent cover for this criminal operation. At the same time, we have discovered that every countergang cover abailabel in Western Europe and NorTH America has been drawn upon, and thus implicated, in a visibely desperate effort to "somehow" stop and reverse our massive penetration of the surrounding population. This circumstance has provided us with massive evidence concerning CIA-LEAA "left cover" operations, even down to the penetration of the pathetic, tiny Sparticist Loague.
This ate an 3 that we are about to enjoy the attentions of a ma«s of anarchist-type petit-bourgeois scum, only a fraction of whom will be acualiy "witting" CIA-LEAA agents. It must be understood that the Revolutionary Union, the SituationIasts and various other CIA-LEAA controlled countergangs are not organizations in the sense of a socialist organizations or even the Democratic Party is. That is, the organizations we see are not based on recruitment of individuals to some distinctive policies, leaderships, ets., of a grouping, but that the members of various of these groupings are roenely.so many interchangeable parts for a variety of existing and future countergang operations.
Kangas and Goldner are exemplary cases. Kangas is ta half-crazed (possibly brainwashed) witting CIA-LEAA "stringer" agent on approximately the same leval relatriee to the CIA and LEAA as a police informer is to an ordinary precinct detective. Ee w-vs a "founder" oŁ Revolutionary Uniom, who has been shifted from one organizational assignment and then operating cover to another numerous times, retaining hss "RU Card" and connections to Avakian throughout and frequently acting in tandem with an RU or vaurious other Police-agent operation . Goldner is clearly a "witting" agent of the same , although on a lower level, as Ed Schwartz of the former National Students Association. He has come up in his trade through the "Situationist Internationale," w,i1;h._x^4;5ih.L...-h-e.-- fe&s maintained immediate primary political association throughteu& hTs~""left cover" operation in other organizations. His early history fifes exactly the CIA recruit profile, fising U.S. sfeudent-radical credentials for ac-tivaties in Western Europe, especially France and West