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SAM J. ERVIN, JR., N.C., CHAIRMAN
HOWARD H. BAKER, JR., TENN. VICE CHAIRMAN
HERMAN E. TALMADGE, GA.
EDWARD J. GURNEY, FLA.
DANIEL K. INOUYE, HAWAII
LOWELL P. WEICKER, JR., CONN.

SAMUEL DASH
CHIEF COUNSEL AND STAFF DIRECTOR
FRED. D THOMPSON
MINORITY COUNSEL
RUFUS L. EDMINSTEN
DEPUTY COUNSEL

UNITED STATES SENATE
SELECT COMMITTEE ON PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES
(PURSUANT TO S. RES. 60, 93D CONGRESS)
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20510

REPORT OF SUBCOMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST CARMINE S. BELLINO

I. CONCLUSION
Following a public announcement by Republican National Chairman George Bush and the release of a letter signed by 22 United States Senators calling for an investigation to determine the fitness of Carmine S. Bellino, Chief Investigator of the Select Committee, to continue in his position as Chief Investigator, a Subcomittee consisting of Senators Talmadge, Inouye, and Gurney was appointed on August 3, 1973 to investigate the charges against Mr. Bellino.
Based upon an extensive investigation, it is the Subcommittee's conclusion that there is no direct, competent or credible evidence to sustain the charges against Bellino that he participated in electronic eavesdropping or in the planning of electronic eavesdropping in connection with the 1960 Presidential campaign of John F. Kennedy against Richard M. Nixon. Consequently, the Subcommittee finds no basis for discharging Mr. Bellino.

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