Serial 2400

[Editor’s note: One of the subjects of this serial whose name is deleted is Kenneth Wooden, the head of the National Coalition for Children’s Justice, whose identity was revealed on Serials 2361, 2362, and 2365. The deleted information from the memorandum – designated by brackets – which is known to the editor has been indicated by red type.]

February 8, 1980

Ms. [name deleted]
Domestic Policy
The White House
Washington, DC 20500

Dear Ms. [name deleted]:

Your correspondence dated January 21, 1980, requesting assistance regarding the letter which Mr. [Kenneth Wooden] wrote on December 26, 1979, to the President, attention Mr. Stuart E. Eizenstat, has been referred to me for a response.

Mr. [name deleted] wrote a similar letter to Senator Edward M. Kennedy on December 12, 1979. When Senator Kennedy brought a letter to the attention of the FBI, Director William H. Webster had it reviewed and advised the Senator of the results in a letter dated January 25, 1980. Since Director Webster’s letter containing all the information which you now seek, I am enclosing a copy for your information. I am also returning Mr. [Wooden’s] letter and its enclosure.

If you have any further questions regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to call upon me or my deputy, Inspector Conrad S. Banner, at telephone number [deleted].

Sincerely yours,
/s/ Nick F. Stames
Assistant Director
Identification Division

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Letter to Ms. [name deleted]
Domestic Policy
The White House
Washington, DC 20500

Note: This matter has been coordinated with SA [name deleted], Intelligence Division, who has liaison with the White House. SA [name deleted] will personally deliver the letter to Ms. [name deleted] and a copy to Ms. [name deleted] who is the Director of Correspondence Agency Liaison at the White House.