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The mystery of RIF#104-10009-10088

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This RIF, dated 2/10/95 says it has 253 pages - https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=50676#relPageId=91&search=COLLECTION_OF RIF PAGES FROM OSWALD 201 FILE, VOLUME 14

This RIF dated 4/10/96 says it has only 1 page. - https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=109791#relPageId=1

Guess which one the NARA Excel database uses? Yes, the 1 page one.

This was a CIA bulky, Vol. 54. I presume of LHO's 201 file.  Was the 1995 RIF referring to the totality of Vol. 54, only for all of those documents to get their own 1993 numbers and then RIF numbers? This is Volume 54 today. And this is Volume 54B

If not, where did those 252 pages go? 

This is hardly the first example of a difference in a RIF page for one RIF number changing over time that I've seen but this one stuck out a little. 

Even if you try to catalogue everything ( like I am ) you'll have to account for the changes in the RIF form over time too.  

As Sam Kinison would say, "UGGGGHHHHHH!"


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