INVESTIGATIONS: Church: 'Entering the 1984 Decade'

The investigations of the U.S. intelligence community are gradually moving ahead. Every week a presidential panel hears secret testimony about the Central Intelligence Agency's domestic activities. That probe was scheduled to conclude April 4, but the commission's chairman, Vice President Nelson Rockefeller, said last week that he will ask for an extension of several weeks.

House and Senate committees, meanwhile, are gearing up for investigations of the CIA, FBI and other U.S. intelligence agencies that are expected to continue into next fall. Last week the Senate committee asked President Ford for CIA Director William Colby's 50-page written report on the...

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