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July 20, 1987 | DOYLE McMANUS and DON IRWIN, Times Staff Writers
A former White House aide, contradicting a key point in the testimony of former National Security Adviser John M. Poindexter, has told investigators that he saw two secret memoranda proposing the diversion of profits from Iranian arms sales to the Nicaraguan rebels, congressional sources said Sunday. The witness, James Radzimski, was the clerk in charge of maintaining the National Security Council's most secret documents, known as "System Four" documents, until the fall of 1986.
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August 16, 1988 | DOYLE McMANUS, Times Staff Writer
A former White House aide says that he saw a letter addressed to President Reagan attached to a key White House memorandum describing the diversion of funds from Iranian arms sales to Nicaragua's rebels, according to court papers filed Monday by independent counsel Lawrence E. Walsh. The existence of such a "cover letter" would make it more likely that Reagan saw the memorandum, in which then-White House aide Oliver L.
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