HANS Posted April 29, 2017 Report Share Posted April 29, 2017 (edited) Gents, I am literally in the middle of packing for a residential move from Buffalo area to Danville, Kentucky with departure date this coming Tuesday. I have to run around today but I'll try to attempt to address some of these finding issues later on, on here, or tomorrow at the max. I am not going to have all the answers at this juncture. By Monday, my Internet service here will be cut off and I won't get service down there until I arrange for it and you know how that goes time wise. Best I'll be able to do maybe is take my Ipad to a "hot spot" coffee shop on Main St. down there and communicate from there. The only file I am pulling documents from is the 62 Dillinger FOIA file. 62-29777 Off the top, and I don't know if anyone can find it, but transcripts of the Chase trial, the testimony of officers, Lab experts ....who found what, where, and the rest may be a viable option. If again, you can find it. Back to you later....Larry Wack Larry, many thanks for taking the time while being on the move! The FBI has helpfully published #62-29777, but unfortunately only up to #62-29777-1406 (and #62-29777-1026 to #62-29777-1090 are missing!). The rest of the file is not easily available. I have a couple of FOIA requests outstanding, but they're taking a lot of time (over a year already). From his book, Gordon Herigstad had indeed visited the FBI Firearms Collection. Lucky man, I contacted them but was referred to the Office of Public Affairs, which was not very helpful at all. Cheers HANS Edited April 29, 2017 by HANS Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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