Casey’s 7.10.86 report lists the items observed in Togo. The list, which runs
from A to X, does not include any timers. The only mention of a timer is at
page 3 , where it states:
“Some of the significant information developed through on scene investigation include the following: (…)
Although most of the equipment observed was of a simple mechanical nature, a somewhat unique timing device was recovered.
The device appeared to be a complex computer chip network, and fiber optic wiring. This sophisticated electronic equipment was most certainly supplied to the assault team by a fairly developed organisation.”
The phrase “Some of the significant information developed through on scene investigation include the following:” is vague. It certainly does not imply that the timer was part of the cache viewed, but instead that it may have appeared separately from the material seized from the rebels. If true, it would explain why the timer was not on the “A to X” list but also why the US investigators, as Richard Sherrow stated, declined to interview the rebels.
It only refers to one timer; a somewhat unique timing device!
Like the FD-302, it does not refer to the timer’s MST-13 designation
None of the technical reports (Joint Report, CIA and FBI reports) refer to the MST-13s having fibre optic wiring. The MST-13 has no such fibre optic wiring.
Casey’s Report on the Togo Investigation