1992 FBI Agent and DOJ employees testify before Congress regarding Rocky Flats

1992 FBI Agent and DOJ employees testify before Congress regarding Rocky Flats

September 1992 Congressman Wolpe Sub-Committee staff interviews regarding the Environmental Crimes at the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant. Number 163, Volume 1.

September 10, 1992: Jon Lipsky, Special Agent, FBI accompanied by Roger Cubbage, DOJ testimony not received due to procedural matters.

September 11, 1992: Testimony of Jon Lipsky, Special Agent, FBI accompanied by Roger Cubbage, DOJ. Executive Session.

September 17, 1992: Continuation of Jon Lipsky testimony accompanied by Roger Cubbage. Executive Session.

September 18, 1992: Continuation of testimony from Jon LIpsky accompanied by Roger Cubbage. Executive Session.

September 23, 1992 (Executive Session): U.S. Attorney Michael J. Norton, District of Colorado testimony accompanied by David Margolis, DOJ Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division.

September 24, 1992 (Executive Session): Testimony of Peter Murtha, DOJ trial attorney accompanied by David Margolis.

September 25, 1992 (Executive Session): Continuation of testimony from Peter Murtha accompanied by David Margolis.

September 30, 1992 (Executive Session): Testimony of Kenneth R. Fimberg, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Denver, Colorado accompanied by David Margolis.

September 23, 1992 (Public Session): Meeting to review claims of deliberate privilege made by the Department of Justice in the Rocky Flats “Closed” hearing and determine appropriate Subcommittee response.

October 2, 1992 (Public Session): Meeting to consider motions to release transcripts from “Closed” Rocky Flats hearing and to issue subpoenas to compel production of documents and/or the appearance of persons to testify.

October 5, 1992 (Public Session): Continuation of testimony from U.S. Attorney Michael J. Norton who did not appear – instead – appearance by W. Lee Rawls, Assistant Attorney General, Legislative Affairs, DOJ.

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