Intelligence Oversight Board, Report on the Guatemala Review - Collection Finding Aid

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Intelligence Oversight Board, Report on the Guatemala Review - Collection Finding Aid

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Description

This collection consists of materials regarding the Intelligence Oversight Board’s June 1996 Report on the Guatemala Review. In response to March 1995 allegations of a connection between the CIA and human rights abuses in Guatemala, President Clinton instructed the Intelligence Oversight Board (IOB), a branch of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB), to conduct a government-wide review. The collections contains copies of the final report, as well as memoranda, correspondence, and cables regarding the investigations. These records also relate to instances of humans rights abuse against American citizens or their relatives including: the murder of Michael Devine, the disappearance of guerilla leader Efrain Bamaca, the kidnapping on Sister Dianna Ortiz, the disappearance of journalists Nicholas Blake and Griffin Davies, and the death of archaeologist Peter Tiscione.

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William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum

Citation

“Intelligence Oversight Board, Report on the Guatemala Review - Collection Finding Aid,” Clinton Digital Library, accessed October 23, 2019, https://clinton.presidentiallibraries.us/items/show/36167.