III. DOJ'S RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ZONA ROSA SUSPECTS
This section addresses SSCI's Questions 3 and 4:
Question Three: What information did DOJ receive from the perpetrators/intellectual authors of the murders?
Question Four: What relationship did DOJ have, either before or after the murders, with the perpetrators/intellectual authors of the murders or other individuals known or suspected to have been involved?
B. Information DOJ Received from Perpetrators/"Intellectual Authors" of the Murders
As discussed above, DOJ received the statements from Garcia when he was interviewed by the Border Patrol, FBI, and Naval Investigative Service on August 6 and 7, 1985. DOJ and USAO prosecutors and FBI agents also interviewed him in El Salvador in February 1988.
As we discuss below, DOJ received information from Andrade when the FBI interviewed him shortly after his capture in El Salvador in June 1989.
DOJ received no information from Rivas.
C. DOJ's Relationship with Perpetrators/"Intellectual Authors" of the Murders
DOJ had no relationship with any of the alleged perpetrators or intellectual authors of the murders.