A document produced in Oliver North's trial sheds new light on George Bush's role in the Iran-Contra affair, showing that he helped the Reagan administration effort to support the Nicaraguan Contras despite a ban on U.S. aid. The document, read to the Iran-Contra jury by North's defense attorneys, placed Bush at a May 1985 meeting in Honduras with then-President Roberto Suazo. It says Bush informed Suazo of President Reagan's decision to speed U.S. military and economic aid to the country. What set up the Bush meeting were behind-the-scenes discussions among North and other U.S. officials on a plan to seek assistance from other countries to tide over the Nicaraguan rebels at a time when direct or indirect American assistance was outlawed by Congress.