Murray's report is dated October 1943. A copy in PDF is available from the Cornell Law School library, which received a copy of the report from Murray's family and published it online in 2004. The Cornell copy is serialized as copy number 3 of 30. The report forms a part of the law library's Donovan Collection, which contains the papers of the legendary OSS chief William J. Donovan.
Murray prepared the report, which consists of the following:
6 unnumbered pages of (consisting of a cover page, a foreword and a table of contents)The report's organization is confusing. The table of contents in the Introductory Material refers to Sections 4, 5 and 6, but these sections do not exist; instead, the material for those non-existent sections appears as Parts B, C and D of Section 1.
Section 1 (pages numbered 1-53) entitled a , which contains