Sunday, August 21, 2011
Claimed to have served with Oswald in Marines.
WC Vol 23, p. 729; CE 1138, p. 47; CE 1935; CD 205, pp. 615-616; New York Times, 12/6/63; Village Voice, Dec. 1961 and Jan. 1962; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, 141; The Case Against J. E. Hoover, Joesten, 13-15
LA BICHE, F. CARLSTON (MRS.)
CE 2198; CD 152, pp. 65-67, 69
LA FONTAINE, MARY
With her husband, Ray, wrote articles concerning discovery of three offense reports from Dallas Police files. Co-authored Oswald Talked.
89A-DL-60165-14 (MMF 2338); Houston Post, 2/10/92; Washington Post, 11/18/93, p. D8
LA FONTAINE, RAY
With his wife, Mary, wrote articles concerning discovery of three offense reports from Dallas Police Department files. Co-authored Oswald Talked.
89A-DL-60165-14 (MMF 2338); Houston Post, 2/10/92; Washington Post, 11/18/93, p. D8
LA MORA, MARIA DELORES DE
27 yrs old; newspaper woman; Silvia Duran knows her.
CIA 559-243; CIA 1220-508
LABONTE, LUCILLE (MRS)
LABORDE, LAWRENCE JOSEPH (AKA LARIC)
In 1994 is he the Larry J. Laborde at 2 Melrose Dr., Destreban, LA 70047 (504) 764-2690 ? (Probably not.) LaBorde was CIA; report that he was murdered in the Cuban area of Miami in 1981.
CIA 1228-513, p. 2; HSCA Reel 53, Box 30, Folder E (AMKW 30); MMF 1077, MMF 2180
French reporter for France-Soir. In Dallas 11/24/63 but in his hotel room at time LHO killed.
CE 2276; CD 856, pp. 3-4; CD 1332
Member St. Seraphim Eastern Orthodox Church, 4203 Newton, Dallas, TX.
CD 1347, p. 132
Participants who were arrested: Victor Dominador Espinosa Hernandez; Carlos Eduardo Hernandez Sanchez; John Koch Gene; Acelo Pedros Amores; Miguel Alvarez Jiminez; Antonio Soto Vasquez; Sam Benton; Byron Chiverton; Rich Lauchli; Earl J. Wasem, Jr., Ralph Folkerts.
LACY, JAMES HENRY
Classified Parking Lot attendant at Elm & Record; Charles Givens and Edward Shields visited him 11/22/63 at 12:30 pm. They heard shots.
CD 897, p. 34; CD 1069c, p. 11
LACY, JOHN M.
Owns Graphics Studio; prints material for Jack Ruby in Nov 1963. He had Carousel Club pass #183.
CE 2368; CD 4, p. 484; CD 86, p. 320
LACY & MINORS
Re: Ero Mfg. calls in Nov 1963.
WC Vol 25, p. 334
Document indicates it originated with LADILLINGER. 8 Oct 1965 CIA document to DIR. Mentions LCIMPROVE, LIENVOY, LIEMPTY. Is LADILLINGER another cryptonym? (? LA DILLINGER ?)
"LA Dillinger" is indeed a pseudonym (not cryptonym)for the Soviet case officer in the Mexico City CIA Station. And this document, MEXI 6453, is dated Oct 8, 1963, not 1965.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10304 (duplicate of 5-1-A)
LADON, NATHAN "BUTCH"
Bodyguard and chauffeur for Edward Vogel and Gus Alex.
CD 4, p. 278
LAGUNAS ZAVALA, CARLOS
201-138040 . Leftist Journalist who former Cultural Officer Mexican Embassy in Moscow. Married to Luz Serlova Woulfmane.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10080 and JFK 104-10015-10288 , Lifton's pp. 234-238 (originally released as CIA 87-564)
LAGUNILLA LECA, MARIO (DR.)
On 27 Oct 62, Kostikov arranges for dental work with Dr. Lagunilla Leca. (He is used by Soviets.)
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10080 , p. 2 and JFK 104-10015-10288 , Lifton's pp. 234-238 (originally released as CIA 87-564)
CD 1463; CD 1489
Dallas Morning News Photographer.
Dallas Morning News, 11/23/63, p. 11
LAKE GARDENS (STREET), DALLAS, TX
10305: Peter J. Collora (he gave money to Cubans - name on Silviera List - CD 246, p. 22); 10905: Richard A. Carr, FBI Special Agent (1963 Telephone Directory); 10746-D: Sue Blake, passholder to Carousel Club (WC Vol 14, p. 279) - when she vacated the apartment, Sergio Arcacha Smith moved in; 10912: George Schepps, Jr.
Soon after assassination, he called a girl friend he knew had gone to school with LHO for a TV show. (Is this same as A. L. Lala in Clay Shaw's notebook? A.L. Lala, 6229 Dover Place, New Orleans, LA 504 361-0118 )
WC Vol 8, p. 23
A French citizen; re Farewell America.
DOB: March 28, 1902; POB: Englewood, NJ; DOD: Wednesday, April 26, 1995, at age 93; POD: Ossining, New York. Author of "Crime Against Cuba." Attended Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard University, Oxford and Columbia. Taught at Harvard, Cornell and Columbia. First wife: Margaret Irish (divorced); second wife: Helen Lamb; survived by 3rd wife, Beth Keehner; son: Hayes Lamont of Newton, Mass.; daughters: Margot Heap of Greenwich, Conn., Florence Antonides of Avon, Conn., and Anne Jafferis of New Haven, Conn.
WC CE 826; WC CE 2520; WC CE 3120; CD 205, p. 181; CD 1495a, pp. 1-39; HSCA Vol 4, p. 481; HSCA Vol 10, p. 133; Conspiracy, Summers, p. 316; Deep Politics, Scott, p. 262; Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, pp. 218-219; The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, pp. 311-312, 394; Reasonable Doubt, Hurt, p. 294; New York Times, Friday, April 28, 1995
Repeated a conversation re Ruby at home of Mrs. Vincent T. Lococo.
FBI 100-16601 (MMF 1938)
Secretary to Mrs. Jo Fischer, Personnel Director at Statler-Hilton Hotel, Dallas. Believed LHO had been an applicant for employment at hotel. A search through applications failed to locate LHO's application.
CD 206, p. 130
LANCE, PHILLIP (MR. & (MRS. REBA JANE)
He worked at Col-Bee Cafe in 100 block of W. Colorado; his wife, Reba, danced at Carousel for Jack Ruby from Jan 1961 to Jan 1963. She never saw LHO.
WC Vol 23, pp. 23-24; CE 1532; CD 7, pp. 479-480
Frenchman; owned a diving company; Robert Ray McKeown mentioned him.
HSCA, Vol 9, pp. 732-734
Her name and number in notebook Crafard kept for Jack Ruby. (See Peggy Taylor)
WC Vol 19, p. 64; CD 4, p. 497
LAND, LISA (ALIAS OF HEIDI LEE BALLOWE)
Met Ruby in 1959 while patronizing his club. Worked for him for ten months in 1961 as a dancer. One of only two Lesbians Jack Ruby ever hired, according to Marilyn Wysong. Other one was Tony Turner.
CD 355, p. 43; CD 1150, p. 3
LAND, SHELBY RAY
DOB: 5/27/20; POB: San Saba, TX; questioned by FBI re phone calls to Governor's office.
CD 301, p. 149
LANDERS, ROBERT G.
Service Representative with Dallas Morning News - sells ads; with Charles Miller, see Jack Ruby at Carousel 11/21/63; lived 3 blks from J. D. Tippit. He had Carousel Club pass #190.
WC Vol 25, pp. 562-563; CE 2434; CD 4, p. 484; CD 106, p. 55
LANDESBERG, STEPHEN HARRIS (AKA JAMES F. RIZZUTO)
Claims he served in Marines with LHO.
New York Times, 12/6/63; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, 141-142
Attended meeting of G.I. Forum with Joe Molina and Bill Lowery.
LANDIS, PAUL E., JR
Landis, Paul E. Jr Original Report Agent, U.S. Secret Service.
Special Agent Secret Service; riding on right rear running board of the President's follow-up car; witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 18, p. 754; CE 1020, p. 687; CE 1024, pp. 757-759; CD 205, p. 25; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 42
LANDREGAN, STEVEN T.
Asst. Administrator of Parkland Hospital; questioned 11/27/63 by FBI re letter in envelope imprinted "Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas" sent to Walter David Lowenfels, Newark, NJ, who was affiliated with Communist Party.
CD 301, pp. 161-162; Dallas Morning News, 11/25/63, p. 3; Death of a President, Manchester, p. 291
"Mutual friend" described by Perry Russo who Russo said first introduced him to the late David Wm Ferrie; Russo said he was instrumental in breaking up the friendship at request of Landry's parents.
Plot or Politics, James, 153; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, 198-199, 238
LANDRY, NESTOR (MR. & MRS.)
Brought in to testify before Orleans Parish Grand Jury.
Plot or Politics, James, 153
LANDSBERG, STEPHEN (AKA JAMES F. RIZZUTO)
Claimed to have served with Oswald in Marines.
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 141-142
LANE, BARBARA (MISS)
Secretary at Statler-Hilton Hotel, 1914 Commerce St., Dallas. Did not recognize photograph of LHO.
CD 205, p. 495
LANE, DOYLE E.
Lane, Doyle E. WC Testimony Clerk, Western Union Telegraph Co.
Branch officer Supervisor for downtown Western Union office; "waited on" Jack Ruby Sunday morning, Nov. 24, 1963.
CE 2002, pp. 50, 190; CD 1333; Witnesses, 489; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 226
Paddock Racing Sports Club.
HSCA, Vol 9, p. 525
CE 2282; CD 1121, pp. 35-36
LANE, MARK R.
Lane, Mark WC Testimony 1, 2 Lawyer, author of PLAUSIBLE DENIAL, RUSH TO JUDGMENT
Re Rush to Judgment (8/25/66); represented Robert Ray McKeown and gave McKeown contract for a book. Roy Vaughn filed suit against Lane because of "Fact Sheet" passed out with movie Executive Action.
CE 2033; CE 2475-C; CE 2510; CE 2511; CE 2512; CE 2513; CE 2514; CE 2515; CE 2516; CE 2517; CE 2518; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 598, 764, 777; CIA 1028-955; CIA 1029-955-A; 89A-DL-60165-45 (MMF 2446)
LANGELLE, RUSSELL AUGUST
DOB: October 7, 1922; 1942-1944 - Lt. Commander in ONI of U.S. Navy; 1956 - Dept.of State working for CIA; 1960 - Security Officer in Dept of State in Washington; operated in Vienna, Austria 1956-57; and in Moscow 1957-59; (expelled from USSR in 1959 for subversive activities); he was Chief of Security at Moscow Embassy on Oct. 16, 1959 (day Lee Harvey Oswald arrived in Moscow); that day, Oct 16, 1959, Russians grabbed Langelle off street and subjected him to hostile interrogation; released him 2 hours later but ordered him to leave USSR within 3 days. Received copy of transcript of Oswald's telephone conversations while in Mexico City.
CIA 102-574 (re-released as CIA JFK 104-10015-10130 , Lifton's pp. 79-87); The Circus, West, pp. 105, 167; Cold Warrior, Tom Mangold, pp. 251-253, 414; The Family Weekly; List of CIA Agents, Smith; The Mole, Hood, pp. 277-281; Molehunt, David Wise, p. 169; New York Times, Oct. 18, 1949, p. 1; State Department Biographic Register; Washington Post, 9/16/85, B13; Warriors of the Night, Volkman, 197-198; Wilderness of Mirrors, Martin, 95-96, 114; Who's Who in CIA, Mader; Who's Who in Espionage, Payne & Dobson, p. 138.
Bookkeeper at Crescent City Garage, 618 Magazine St., New Orleans; does not remember LHO but does remember many Reily employees visiting the garage during lunch hours; remembers employee of Border Patrol or Harbor Patrol named Gibson who has German wife and they come to garage.
CD 7, p. 197; CD 75, p. 261
LANGLOIS, ANNA (MRS.) (NEE ALEXANDER)
Attended Beauregard Junior High School with LHO.
CD 75, pp. 280, 284
LANGOSCH, JOSEPH (PSEUDONYM)
Real name = Harold Swenson (worked for Desmond FitzGerald as Chief of Counterintelligence for the CIA's Special Affairs Staff). He suspected Rolando Cubela (AMLASH) was a double agent.
Live By The Sword, Russo, p. 244; Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, p. 434; Wedge, Riebling, 238
LANNE, JOHN E. "JACK"
DOB: 1928; Lanne loaned his mother's car to Guy Banister; Lanne came by Banister's office regularly and talked about changing oil in the car, changing anti-freeze, etc.
Re: story related by Mary Helen Brengel who had worked briefly for Guy Banister.
LANSDALE, EDWARD GEARY (MAJOR GENERAL)
DOB: 2/6/08; POB: Detroit, Michigan; DOD: Mon, Feb 23, 1987; POD: McLean, VA. First wife, Helen Batcheller, died in 1972; survived by second wife, Patrocinio Yapcinco Lansdale; two sons: Edward, Garden City, L.I., and Peter, of Oakton, VA.
Interim Report on Assassinations, pp. 99 footnote, 104, 137 footnote, 139; New York Times, Tues, Feb 24, 1987; Dallas Morning News, Tues, Feb 24, 1987, p. 19-A; JFK and Vietnam, John M. Newman
LANSDALE, RICHARD H.
Associate General Counsel, CIA.
LANSING, SIDNEY (REV.)
Founded Church of Crusadiana; assembly of the Crusader Church; picketed White House 11/23/63, "I warned JFK and God punished him."
CD 153, pp. 1-4
Financial "brain" of Mafia; died Sat, Jan 15, 1983. DOB: 7/4/01; POB: Soviet Union. Survived by second wife, Thelma, and two sons by first marriage.
Life Magazines, 9/1/67 and 9/8/67; Dallas Morning News, Sun Jan 16, 1983
Executive editor of Newsweek; re LHO diary.
LANUZA, JOSE ANTONIO GONZALEZ
Director Miami DRE (anti-Castro) intelligence unit; furnished information re Jack Ruby's Cuban visits and activities.
WC Vol 22, pp. 117, 823; WC Vol 26, pp. 607, 610; CD 49, p. 26; CD 205, p. 768
LANZ, PEDRO DIAZ
LAPHAM, M. E. (DR.)
Provost, Tulane University.
WC Vol 26, p. 705; CE 3094, p. 467
LAQUEY, A. HOWARD
Construction worker; wife: Oleta; name on list of gun range patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List
LARDNER, GEORGE, JR
Reporter for Washington Post; last person known to have seen David Ferrie alive; interviewed Ferrie between midnight and 4:00 a.m., 2/22/67.
Plot or Politics, James, 40, 153; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, 164, 170-171, 191-200, 213-219, 282, 357, 359, 379; CIA 1229-514, p. 7; CIA 1359-503
LARIN, LILIA PARDO VIUDA DE (AKA LOLA LARIN)
Mexican citizen who travels with George deMohrenschildt during 1941 and 1942.
WC Vol 9, p. 186; CD 533, pp. 14, 64; CD 537, p. 19; CD 550, pp. 1, 2, 3; CD 777 A, pp. 2, 3
LARIONOVA-SEMENOVA, LYUDMILLA N.
Father-in-law of Luke Hester, NBC News, Chicago. Hester asked Larkin to check on New York license 311-ORF re Thomas Arthur Vallee.
Managed Jack Ruby's Vegas Club during 1959; was managing Montmarte Club, 206 Browder, Dallas, 12/20/63; met Ruby walking west on Commerce at Browder at 5:50 p.m., 11/23/63 and they talk 5 to 10 minutes.
WC Vol 25, p. 289; CE 2329; CD 223, pp. 202-203; CD 360, p. 132
Runs A-1 Employment Service; LHO applied for employment there 5/6/63.
CD 7, p. 356
LARSEN, KERRY M.
Special Agent, FBI, Medford, Oregon. Re: Harold Doyle.
89A-DL-60165-63 (MMF 2498); 89A-DL-60165-67 (MMF 2528)
Dir. Personnel, Hdqrs. Marine Corps, when he wrote memo dated 6 March 1960 tr Oswald's discharge. His DOB: July 2, 1904. In 1995, he is still listed in the house where he was living in 1967, but there is another listing there: (?) L. Reniere, (703) 256-1914 ; his wife's name was Alice Kennedy Larson; his three children were: Joanna, Karen and Elin.
See Oswald and the CIA, Newman, p. 452
LARSON, ERNEST GUSTAV
Wife: Lula M.; retired; re: Cuban groups.
CD 1085f, pp. 1-2
Name and number in Jack Ruby's old memo book.
WC Vol 19, p. 75; WC Vol 22, p. 521
LASAGA, JOSE L. IGNACIO (PHD)
Cuban refugee who furnished information to the White House (submitted paper to White House). He believes Cuban agent "got to" Oswald in Mexico City. Chief Clinical Psychologist of Catholic Welfare Service in Miami.
WC Vol 26, pp. 410, 414, 598; CE 2947, pp. 2, 8; CD 378, pp. 2, 8; CD 384 (classified, but released as CIA 553-808-A = MMF 1997-2003); CIA 457-772; CIA 478-783; CIA 501-200; CIA 1224-511; CIA 1364-1064, p. 1 (same as CIA 553-808-A = MMF 1997-2003 and MMF 2038-2041)
From Chicago. One of Jack Ruby's closest friends since 1948 or 1949; Lasser and Ned Weisbrod own wholesale sunglass business, MODE, at 114 Parkhouse, Dallas.
WC Vol 21, p. 377; WC Vol 22, pp. 330-333; CD 4, p. 287
LASSITER, JAMES WATSON, DR.
(AARC has a 1-pg FBI document re Lassiter.)
JFK Collection List, pg. 34 (AMKW 72)
THE LAST INVESTIGATION
by Fonzi, Gaeton
Publisher: Mary Ferrell Foundation Press, 1993
LATHAM, LOUISE (MRS.)
With Texas Employment Commission's Dallas Clerical Office; sent LHO to Jaggers-Chiles-Stovall on 10/11/62.
WC Vol 10, p. 147
LATIMER, J. L.
It was reported to the CIA (? report written by James Jesus Angleton) that while in Haiti in 1964 George deMohrenschildt received mail with Latimer's return address; postmarked Sept. 15, 1964.
FBI 124-10135-10123 ; FBI 100-32965-306 , p. 9; NW 381-9
LATONA, SEBASTIAN FRANCIS.
Latona, Sebastian F. WC Testimony Fingerprint expert, FBI
FBI expert on fingerprints.
Warren Report, 117, 127, 130, 231-232; Witnesses, 137; Whitewash I, Weisberg, 61; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 153-157; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, 103
JFK Collection List, pg. 41 (AMKW 79)
LATOSKEY, ALEXANDRA (AKA ALEXANDRA ZAPOLSKI)
George deMohrenschildt's mother.
CD 1012, p. 3; CIA 18-522, p. 3
LATRASH, FREDERICK WALDO
DOB: 11/29/25; POB: New York City. Wife: Flor Teresa Patron. The AID official who helped bring down the Arbenz government in Guatemala in 1954. He was in Venezuela in 1963 and helped "destabilize" the Nkrumah government in Ghana in 1966. Served as political director of the U.S. Embassy in Chile in 1971.
Who's Who in the CIA, Mader, p. 300; Uncloaking the CIA, Frazier, pp. 60, 130; Death in Washington, Freed, p. 76
LATTIMER, JOHN K.
LAUCHLI, RICHARD JR. (RICH)
Arrested Aug 1, 1963, at LaCombe, LA, raid on Mike McLaney's property; had been arrested 10/21/61 at Shiloh, IL, for possessing illegal weapons; arrested by FBI and Treasury agents in 1964; in 1968 and 1969, he is serving 5-year sentence at U.S. Penitentiary at Terre Haute, Indiana.
Esquire, July 1967
Owner Central Employment Service, 5602 E. Mockingbird Lane. Could find no record that LHO had applied for work there.
CD 206, p. 125
In January 1964, he is in California with James Christian; returns to Seagoville, TX.
CD 1396, pp. 86-108
LAUGERUD, ----- (PRESIDENT)
There was an assassination plot against the life of President Laugerud of Guatemala.
LAULICHT, MURRAY J.
Prominent Czech anti-Communist who fled to the West in 1949 and disappeared from Vienna in 1953.
CD 1552a, pp. 5-6
LAUTENSLAGER, MARY LOU
Assistant Medical Records Librarian, Harris Hospital.
CE 2218; CD 6, p. 234
LAUVE, JEANNE (MRS. LINDEN LAUVE)
She had known George Senator for several years. Senator lived with them for a short time following the assassination.
WC Vol 25, p. 508; CE 2415
LAVIOLETTE, FORREST E. (PROF.)
Tulane University Professor; in 1962, FPCC literature found in street in 1200 or 1300 block of Pine.
CD 75, p. 517
Page editor and columnist on the Vancouver Sun. On April 3, 1967, he wrote to FBI about a Dorothy Whitty.
CIA 1411-492-F (MMF 2042-2044)
Employed by Ling Temco Vought, Grand Prairie; part-time barber for Clifton's Barber Shop.
CE 3130; CD 1546, p. 127
LAWLER, GARY EUGENE
Employed in Production Office of Jaggers-Chiles-Stovall until Nov. 1963; friend of John Caesar Grossi (aka Jack Leslie Bowen); on 2/15/64, Lawler is employed by Prior Products, Inc., 4828 Recell, Dallas, TX, HA 8-7411
WC Vol 25, p. 66; CD 735, p. 386
LAWRENCE, JACK ALAN CARROLL
DOB: 9/14/38; SS # 236-58-6645. Wife: Linda. Salesman at Downtown Lincoln Mercury, Dallas, TX at time LHO allegedly took demonstration ride. Lawrence allegedly left demonstrator car behind the picket fence at Dealey Plaza at 12:30 p.m., 11/22, when he was unable to drive through the Dealey Plaza area to the dealership. He was fired by Downtown Lincoln on 11/23/63. Lawrence came to Dallas in late October 1963 and stayed at YMCA on Ervay St. He came from West Virginia but claimed to have worked for a New Orleans car dealer on Carondolet. Checked out of Dallas YMCA (Room 811) on November 30, 1963 (Saturday), leaving address: 144 10th Ave., South Charleston, West Virginia (304) RI 4-0857. On 11/27/63, Lawrence told Gene Barnes of NBC that he was going to San Diego to get job similar to position he had held with NASA previously (CD 85, p. 376).
WC 26, pp. 452-453, 686-688, 704; CE 2970; CE 3080, CE 3089, CE 3093; CD 85, pp. 373-377; CD 205, pp. 211-213, 222-223; CD 329, pp. 61-78; CD 1546, p. 118; Forgive My Grief, Vol. 11, Jones, p. 124; The Third Decade, July 1991, pp. 1-17, "Jack Lawrence, Assassin or Fall Guy," by Sheldon Inkol; The Third Decade, September 1992, pp. 1-17, "Jack Lawrence Responds," by Sheldon Inkol.
Employed by Cross Country Development Company, a subsidiary of Bloomfield Builders who own International Trade Mart in New Oleans; on 12/16/63 Dolores Neely, secretary at ITM Bldg., New Orleans, expects Lawrence to be in New Orleans. He and his wife see LHO on Memphis TV in 8/16/63 distribution of literature. He recognizes several people in pictures.
CD 6, p. 416; CD 206, pp. 216-218
LAWRENCE, JOHN STEVENS RUTTER
Lawrence, John Stevens Rutter 11/22/63 Affidavit Witness to a man with a rifle.
DOB: 5/21/40; POB: Oak Park, IL; employed in Research & Development Department, Lone Star Gas Co.; at 11:45 a.m., 11/22/63, he sees man with gun case on Akard near Main.
CE 2003, p. 214; Decker Exhibit 5323, p 482; CD 7, pp. 752-753
Author of "Were We Controlled."
Waitress at Lucas B & B Restaurant on Oak Lawn in Dallas (next door to Jack Ruby's Vegas Club). Thought she saw Ruby and Oswald together in restaurant.
WC Vol 22, pp. 365, 420-321; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1099; Act of Treason, North, p. 373; Case Closed, Posner, p. 369n; Contract on America, Scheim, p. 264; Mafia Kingfish, Davis, p. 177
LAWRENCE, MARY (MRS.)
CE 1286; CD 685
LAWRENCE, PATRICIA ANN
Lawrence, Patricia Ann 11/24/63 FBI report Witness at assassination scene.
DOB: 3/8/43; TSBD employee of McMillan Co. standing on Elm and witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 660; CE 1381; CE 1430; CD 5, p. 51; CD 706(nn)
LAWRENCE, PERDUE WILLIAM (CAPT.)
Lawrence, Perdue William WC Testimony Captain, Dallas Police Department.
Dallas Police Captain who assigned officers on motorcade route.
Warren Report, 424-425; CE 1385; CD 897, p. 47; Witnesses, 580
LAWRENCE, ROBERT DONALD
Lived in Dallas before moving to Las Vegas; knew R.D. Matthews and Jack Ruby well.
WC Vol 23, p. 362; CE 1752; CD 86, p. 198; HSCA Vol 9, p. 526
LAWRENCE, WALTER EUGENE
CE 1556; CD 86, pp. 199-200
LAWSON, JOHN HOWARD
DOB: 9/25/1894; POB: New York, NY; defected to USSR between 1958 & 1962.
HSCA, Vol 12 pp. 437-439
Owns Grays Cleaners on Eldorado; believes LHO brought cleaning in.
CE 3000; CD 86, pp. 594-595
LAWSON, WINSTON G.
Lawson, Winston G. WC Testimony, Original Report Agent, U.S. Secret Service.
Secret Service Agent; 'Advance Man' for Dallas visit. Witnessed assassination.
Warren Report, 48-58, 66, 71, 82, 190-191, 406, 421, 425, 428; WC Vol 4, p. 352; Witnesses, 570; Whitewash I, Weisberg, 30, 34; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, 152; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, 114; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, 201
LAWTHER, PAUL W.
CD 7, pp. 128-129
LAWTON, DONALD J.
Secret Service Agent.
CE 1020; CE 2554
LAY, JAMES SELDEN, JR.
Deputy Asst. to Director Central Intelligence Agency 1961-1964; National Security Council Executive Secretary.
Interim Report on Assassinations, p. 56 footnote
LAYFIELD, LAURA (MRS.)
Formerly receptionist at Statler Hilton Hotel, 1914 Commerce St., Dallas. By 12/12/63, she is a hostess in the Court Club, Statler-Hilton, Dallas. She told of three young men applying for work at the Statler on Oct 31, 1963. Believed one was LHO. One was James Murphy. In 1950, she had answered an ad placed by Jack Ruby for a woman to work in his club. She declined the job.
CD 205, pp. 487, 491-494; CD 206, pp. 130, 132, 135-136
Polygraph ("lie detector") testing, sometimes referred to simply as "FLUTTER".
"Deadly Deceits" p.36, "Flawed Patriot" p.328, 104-10102-10259, 104-10163-10062.
"RYBAT REDWOOD LCIMPROVE." "RYBAT GPFLOOR LCIMPROVE."
CIA 8-4 same as CIA 1373-489 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10306 , Lifton's pp. 278-280); CIA 41-15 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10319 , Lifton's pp. 311-313); CIA 42-16 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10318 , Lifton's pp. 308-310); CIA 50-21 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10329 , Lifton's pp. 344-346); CIA 54-547 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10333 , Lifton's pp. 350-354); CIA 61-575 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10337 , Lifton's pp. 368-371); CIA 62-24 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10325 , Lifton's pp. 328-331); CIA 71-32 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10266 , Lifton's pp. 174-177); CIA 76-29 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10271 , Lifton's pp. 187-189); CIA 77-558 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10272 , Lifton's pp. 190-192); CIA 78-559 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10287 , Lifton's pp. 228-233); CIA 79-460 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10284 , Lifton's pp. 218-220); CIA 80-561 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10283 , Lifton's pp. 215-217); CIA 81-562 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10285 , Lifton's pp. 221-223); CIA 82-563 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10286 , Lifton's pp. 224-227); CIA Doc JFK-104-10015-10093, p. 1; CIA Doc JFK-104-10015-10047 and CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10304 (had been previously released as CIA 5-1A); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10074 and JFK 104-10015-10273 , Lifton's pp. 193-197 (originally released as CIA 78-559); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10080 and JFK 104-10015-10288 , Lifton's pp. 234-238 (originally released as CIA 87-564); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10050 (originally numbered CIA 8-4)
LE CLAIR, RICHARD V. (MR. AND MRS.)
Their son, Rickie Le Clair, age 8, died in a Dallas clinic night of 11/21/63. Next morning, they were at Noah Camp and Sons Ambulance Service and Funeral Home when one of the funeral home employees came into the funeral home carrying a rifle with telescopic sight.
CD 205, pp. 127-128
Scelso tells Anne Goodpasture "Mrs. Leach can help, if you wish" in a note dated on or about 7 July 1967.
CIA JFK-104-10015-10028, Lifton's p. 37
Wife: Wanda; President McK
ell's Sportswear, second floor Dal-Tex Bldg., 501 Elm, Dallas, TX
FBI unable to locate him.
CD 75, p. 520
Minor Chicago police character; operated liquor store at above address; brother is Norman Leader.
CD 372 (SS 856)
LEADER, JOHN LOUIS
DOB: August 20, 1918; CIA. Inspector General's staff.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10095-10001 ; 20 June 1975 Memorandum for the Record, No. 5857 attached to Doc #4048; HSCA Mexico City Report (Lopez); Who's Who in the CIA, Mader; Oswald and the CIA, Newman, p. 103
LEADS, MITCHELL L.
Owns Leads Theatrical Agency; Breck Wall calls 10/17/64
WC Vol 25, p. 273
LEAFLET OPERATION, (FBI)
"We have in the past utilized techniques with respect to countering activities of mentioned organization in he U.S. During December 1961, New York prepared an anonymous leaflet which was mailed to selected PTCC members throughout the country for purpose of disrupting FPCC and causing split between FPCC and its Socialist Workers Party (SWP) supporters, which technique was very effective." (Could Corliss Lamont pamphlet Oswald had in August 1963 been a part of this leaflet operation?)
Book V, Final Report, Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations, p. 66
LEAHY, JOSEPH PATRICK (DR.)
DOB: 11/9/28; political officer International Atomic Energy Agency.
Who's Who in CIA, Mader, p. 302
Worked as Night Manager at Dobbs House at 1221 N. Beckley; believed LHO frequented Dobbs House; Leake knew Ruby but had not seen him in more than a year.
WC Vol 26, pp. 515, 530; CE 3001; CD 205, pp. 225, 227; CD 1364, pp. 1-11
LEAKE, HUNTER C., II
Head of CIA in New Orleans in 1960s. Dead. According to CIA 1430-492Y, Leake contacted Clay Shaw seven times in 1949 and numerous times thereafter. (See also Dorothy Brandao, Wm. P. Burke, Jr., and Stephen B. Lemann) In 1968-69 Dallas Telephone Directory: Hunter C. Leake, III, M.D., 1108 Carter, Irving, TX (214) 254-2020 ; in 1969 City Directory: Hunter C. Leake, III, MD, Fellow, Univ. of Texas-Southwestern Medical School, residence: Irving, TX.
Gaudet Tapes 1975; CIA 1430-492Y, p. 3
LEAKE, JAMES P.
Wife: Frances Warlick Leake; attorney; gambler; reputed friend of Jack Ruby. (In 1960-1961, Frances Warlick was a Braniff flight attendant and lived with Patricia DeLong and Nancy Ritts at 4812 Alcott where Ruby lived.)
WC Vol 22, p. 879; WC Vol 23, p. 345
R.D. Matthews did not know him.
HSCA, Vol 9, p. 574
LEASURE, DON ELWOOD
Owner of The After Glow Bar on Knox. He visited the Carousel Club with Harvey M. Campbell
CE 1453; CD 104, pp. 120-121; CD 205, p. 761
LEATH, MARGARET (MRS.)
Employee of Western Union Office at 2000 Main St., Dallas, TX; said that approximately month prior to assassination she was driving a 1957 Nash Rambler in vicinity of Continental Steet underpass when left window of her car was shattered.
CD 7, p. 278
LEAVELLE, JAMES ROBERT.
Leavelle, James R. WC Testimony 1, 2 Member, Dallas Police Department.
Leavelle was one of the first to interview Oswald after he reached police headquarters 11/22/63. Handcuffed to LHO when LHO was killed; interviewed 11/24/63 by Bill Lord, WFAA-TV
Warren Report, 200-201, 213; WC Vol 23, p. 154; WC Vol 24, p. 310; CE 1528; CE 1684; CE 2002, p. 125; CE 2003, pp. 220, 320; CE 2163; Leavelle Exhibits; CD 7, p. 317; Witnesses, 497; Whitewash I, Weisberg, 120, 156, 177; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 189, 209-212, 214-215; Dallas Morning News, 11/25/63, p.3; Dallas Times Herald, 11/25/63, p. 26
Lived in Dallas a number of years; worked as a dancer at Colony Club; knew Jack Ruby; Joan Leavelle's estranged husband, Bill, is Det. J. R. Leavelle's nephew.
WC Vol 23, p. 154; CE 1684; CD 360, pp. 89-90; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 236
LEBARON, ALMA DAYER
One of 3 brothers who led Church of the First Born of the Fullness of Time in El Paso and Mexico.
CD 27, p. 18
LEBARON, ERVIL MORREL
One of 3 brothers who led Church of the First Born of the Fullness of Time in El Paso and Mexico. Involved in murder of polygamist leader Rulon Allred.
CD 27, p. 18; Dallas Times Herald, 10/9/77, 14-A; Dallas Morning News, 3/16/79, p. 13-B; Dallas Times Herald, 3/16/79, p. 8-A; Dallas Morning News, 3/17/79, p. 18-A
LEBARON, JOEL FRANKLIN
One of 3 brothers who led Church of the First Born of the Fullness of time in El Paso and Mexico.
CD 27, p. 18; CD 1107, p. 300; Dallas Times Herald, 1/2/75, p. 6-D
LEBLANC, CHARLES JOSEPH
LeBlanc, Charles Joseph WC Testimony Maintenance man, William B. Reily Co
Maintenance man at Wm. B. Reily Coffee Co
WC Vol 10, pp. 214, 217; CE 1897; CE 1901; CE 3119; CD 75, pp. 41-42, 48; CD 407, p. 5
LECHUGA, GLADYS (SENORA CARLOS LECHUGA)
"On 26 November 1962 Gladys Lechuga... said she had received two letters from her husband in New York. He asked for a separation, and said that the person in whom he is interested is Silvia T. de Duran."
CIA 98-37, p. 2
LECHUGA HEVIA, CARLOS
Cuban Ambassador to Mexico; Silvia Duran knew him and, according to CIA 96-572, she had an affair with him in Fall of 1962.
Dallas Times Herald, 11/22/63, p. 7; CIA 508; CIA 96-572; CIA 98-37; CIA 404-750, p. 4; CIA 559-243; CIA 1220-508; CIA 1374-1070 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10313 , Lifton's pp. 297-301; CIA Doc JFK 104-10086-10002
LECUONA RAMOS, MANUEL (CAPT.)
Chief of Office of Special Investigations under Private Secretary of the President.
CIA 93-571 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10296 , Lifton's pp. 265-268)
Brother of Jan and Henk Ledderhof.
CD 7, pp. 597-600
From Holland; worked in New Guinea until he lost his business; was visiting his brothers, Jan and Gerald, in Canada; was touring U.S. on 6-months visa in November 1963. Anti-Communist.
CD 7, pp. 597-600
Brother of Gerald and Henk Ledderhof.
CD 7, pp. 597-600
LEDFORD, JACK C.
DOB: 9/1/1920; POB: Blairsville, GA; Married: Betty Jane Paisley 12/19/41; Dir Spl Projects USAF 1961-63; Asst Dir CIA 1963-66; is Jack C. Ledford same as "Ledford" in ZR-Rifle file?
Who's Who in America 1984-85; Assn. Former Intelligence Officers, Membership Directory 1983; "Ledford" appears in Harvey's notes in ZR-Rifle file.
He had Carousel Club pass #173.
CD 4, p. 484
LEE, HERBERT LEON
Claims FBI interviewed him soon after assassination.
CD 86, pp. 559-565; CD 206, p. 140
LEE, IVAN D.
Lee, Ivan D. Affidavit Agent, FBI
Employed by Life News Bureau.
CE 2991; CD 223, pp. 356-357
LEE, O. H.
LHO rented $8 a week room at 1026 Beckley under name O. H. Lee.
CIA 339-136, p. 12
LEE, RIDINGS E. (DR.)
His name, address and telephone number were on the reverse side of a list of Carousel Club members Jack Ruby furnished to Monte Timmons.
CD 4, p. 485
LEE, ROBERT W. (MRS.)
Employed by Southwestern Drug Corp., 525 Browder St., Dallas, TX; re: Jack Ruby and Nov. 18, 1963, Wall Street Journal belonging to J. E. Bradshaw of Southwestern Drug Corp. Ruby gave Mrs. Lee a ticket to the Carousel Club.
Registered at Hotel Cuba, Mexico City, on Aug 11, 1963; checked out Aug 21, 1963; had Room # 27. (See WC Vol 24, p. 737 "...the same day Oswald's brother entered Mexico at Miguel Aleman..." ???
WC Vol 24, p. 627
Branch manager American Guild of Variety Artists (AGVA) in Dallas; gave information regarding Jack Ruby 8/11/53.
CD 4, p. 156, CD 732(h)
LEE, VINCENT THEODORE.
Lee, Vincent T. WC Testimony, Affidavit Official, Fair Play for Cuba Committee.
Replaced Richard Gibson as head of FPCC in New York. Exchanged letters with Lee Oswald; travelled to Havana 12/28/62 from Mexico City with U.S. Passport BO 73217; while in Cuba, associated with Elizabeth Catlett Mora and returned to Mexico City with her 1/21/63,
Warren Report, 270, 382-385; WC 26, pp. 689-690, 692; CE 1764; CE 2953; CE 3083; CD 205, pp. 188-189; CD 984a, p. 23; CIA 239-90A; CIA 320-116; CIA 368-727; CIA 375-155; CIA 421-758; Dallas Morning News, 11/23/63, p. 6; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, 130
LEECH, PAUL W.
Re: J. H. Martin
WC Vol 1, p. 469
LEEMANS, FRED H., JR.
Witness for Jim Garrison's probe. At first favorable to probe. Said he could link Shaw, Oswald and 'Cuban-looking' men. Later said statement was untrue.
Shreveport Journal, 6/14/68, p. A-5
LEETH, FRED W.
51 years old. Wife: Eileen Leeth. Owned the Leeth Company, refrigerating and air conditioning company. Had a 1959 Ford pickup with 1963 Texas license 3J 947. He denied being near the TSBD on 11/22/63.
CD 206, pp. 17-18
LEFLORE, J. D.
With Joe Hoppe Company. Was asked about a green pickup truck, with the words "air conditioning" on the side in black letters in the shape of a crescent, observed stopped in front of the TSBD shortly before the motorcade. He said such a vehicle was observed parked at Beckley and Brookhaven. It was a Chevrolet pickup with 1963 license 3J 947. (See Fred Leeth)
CD 206, p. 16
LEGACY OF SECRECY: THE LONG SHADOW OF THE JFK ASSASSINATION
by Lamar Waldron with Thom Hartmann
Publisher: Counterpoint, 2008
Legacy of Secrecy: The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination, by Lamar Waldron with Thom Hartmann. Continues the story of the JFK Cuban coup plan and its use by mobsters and their allies to kill Kennedy, developed in Ultimate Sacrifice. This new book traces the story of the assassination's cover-up and aftermath in the years after 1963, and includes major new claims about the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
LEGNON, ALBERTA (MRS.)
CE 2198; CD 152, pp. 65-67, 69
LEGON, CHRISTIANA (AKA JEANNE ELINOR BOGOIAVLENSKY)
Daughter of Jeanne deMohrenschildt. DOB: 4/30/40. POB: New York, NY. Dated Lewis MacNaughton, Jr., in 1959. Married Regnar Kearton and lived in Alaska in 1963. In 1993 Los Angeles using name Chrissa Cummings.
Former husband of Jeanne deMohrenschildt; father of Christiana LeGon. On Dec. 4, 1957, he conferred with Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company (MMM Co.), St. Paul, about an idea.
CD 539, p. 7
LEHFELD MILLER, ERNESTO
Mexican citizen who resembled Azcue's description of man who allegedly visited Cuban Consulate. All the Durans recognized Miller. He often borrowed Horatio Duran's car. (See Miller)
CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 465, 475)
LEHMAN, GERALD B.
DOB: 12/26/37. POB: Oak Park, IL. Member or picket for Committee for Non-Violent Action (CNVA) on 2/21/63 in Miami. Picketed anti-Castro Cuban Revolutionary Council (CRC).
CD 1020, p. 21
LEHMANN, C. C.
Lived at above address on 11/22/63.
LEHMANN, ERIK E.
In November 1964, George deMohrenschildt received a postcard from Erik Lehmann in Ceylon with message: "Hello folks; Best greetings from the other side of the globe. Hope all's well with you. Has there been any progress in our matters? I'll be staying here another few days (total about 10) then on to Pakistan. Best regards, Erik E. LEHMANN."
FBI 124-10135-10123 ; FBI 100-32965-306 , p. 22; NW 381-22
Lehrer, James WC Testimony Reporter, Dallas.
Dallas Times Herald reporter as of 11/22/63.
Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, 135
Provisional Supervisor, New York City Department of Welfare. Met LHO on 6/13/62 and took him to Western Union office, 428 Broadway, New York City, First Natl City Bank, West Side Airline Terminal, to their hotel and back to East Side Air Terminal, and then to Idlewild Airport, Queens, New York.
CD 1209, pp. 1-4
Owned Hamburger Haven, 5410 Harry Hines, Dallas. Bought Pizza crusts from Jack Ruby in 1955.
WC Vol 23, p. 43; CE 1552; CD 86, p. 146
LEMANN, STEPHEN B.
Attorney with law firm of Monroe & Lemann. Resident CIA Chief in New Orleans. (See Wm. P. Burke, Jr., Dorothy Brandao, and Hunter C. Leake, III)
Admitted that he lied to Jim Garrison.
Plot or Politics, James, 154
LEMAY, CURTIS E.
Head of Strategic Air Command; member of Joint Chiefs of Staff.
According to Air Force One logs, the following message was transmitted:
"General LeMay is in a C-140," says the aide. "He's inbound. His code name is Grandson. And I wanna talk to him... If you can't work him now, it's gonna be too late, because he'll be on the ground in a half-hour."
Deep Black, Burrows, pp. 62, 74; Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, p. 257; The Pentagon, Mollenhoff, pp. 203, 242, 244-245, 290-298; JFK and Vietnam, Newman, pp. 55-56, 162; JFK, Prouty, pp. 147, 166; Deep Politics, Scott, p. 199
LEMBKE, GEORGE FOLKE VALLENTIN
DOB: 2/14/09 CIA requested KUBARK check on him as potential Fifth Column LINKOPING.
CIA 265-678; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10013 , p. 63
LEMNITZER, LYMAN L. (GEN.)
Secretary of the Air Force and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Attended meeting Jan 3, 1961.
The CIA-Mafia Link, Ashman, pp. 29-30; Government by Gunplay, Blumenthal & Yazijian, p. 247; The Armies of Ignorance, Corson, pp. 391, 399; Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, p. 257; The Fish is Red, Hinckle & Turner, p. 112; Wilderness of Mirrors, Martin, p. 126; The Pentagon, Mollenhoff, pp. 244-245, 264; JFK and Vietnam, Newman, pp. 29, 98, 467; Operation Zapata: Bay of Pigs Testimony, pp. 8, 313-336; JFK, Prouty, pp. 169, 214, 222-224; The Assassinations, Scott & Hoch, p. 495; Invisible Government, Wise, pp. 22, 37, 68; Bay of Pigs, Wyden, p. 79; CU-2
LEON, RENE (COL.)
Haitian exile arrested 1/2/67 and sentenced on 2/28/68 for planning an invasion of Haiti.
Dallas Morning News, 2/28/68; Dallas Times Herald, 2/29/68
With KTVT. Name in Jack Ruby's old memo book and in Crafard's notebook.
WC Vol 19, pp. 64, 75
LEONARD, ROBERT S.
CD 7, pp. 152-153, 156
LEONOV, NIKOLAY SERGEYEVICH
Third Secretary Soviet Embassy, Mexico City. On August 7, 1963, .... "arranged for an urgent meeting with LEONOV... It will be recalled that LEONOV went to the Soviet Union and acted as an interpreter for CASTRO in his visit there earlier this year."
CIA 150, p. 2; CIA 87-564 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10288 , Lifton's pp. 234-238); CIA 187-622; CIA 272-679; CIA Box 6, Folder 5, Doc 02823 (MMF 559); CIA Box 10, Folder 10 (MMF 1383-1385); HSCA Reel 53, Box 30, Folder F, G, H (AMKW 30)
Employed by Mica Corporation, 4031 Elenda, Culver City, CA. Reported information re Ricardo Perez.
CD 87 SS 329, pp. 1-2
LERMO HERNANDEZ, REYNALDO
Immigration Service # A 12 410 740. 105-119917 (Cubanos Libres). Served with Notice not to Depart June 18, 1963. Restricted to land limits of Dade County, Florida.
Cuban Raiders Ordered Not to Depart
LERSCH, ----- (PROFESSOR)
Joachim Joesten's sister.
CD 1107, Vol 3, p. 578
Lesar, James ARRB Testimony 1, 2 Lawyer, Washington, DC
LESLIE, HELEN (MRS.)
Leslie, Helen WC Testimony Member of Russian-speaking community in Dallas.
Her daughter is Natalia Krassokova. Mrs. Leslie and her stepdaughter live on Hanover in 1964. She speaks Russian and knows George deMohrenschildt well. She also met LHO.
WC Vol 8, p. 469; WC Vol 26, p. 760; CE 3116
Neiman-Marcus public relations Vice President who moved to New York. Yaeko Okui lived in the Leslie's Dallas home in the spring of 1963.
WC Vol 23, p. 634; CE 1862; CD 932, p. 3
HSCA Reel 9, Box 7, Folder O (AMKW 7)
JFK Collection List, pg. 59 (under arrests) (AMKW 97)
Office of the Clerk of Court, Municipal Court, 501 N. Rampart St., New Orleans. Gave statement re LHO's appearance before Judge Edwin Babylon on Aug. 12, 1963.
FBI Special Agent John L. Quigley's 8/10/63 report, p. 11
LETOT TRAILER PARK
In Larry Crafard's notebook.
WC Vol 19, p. 64
LETTERS, (HOAX ?)
(1) Pedro Charles and Maria de las Molinas - 11/28/63 (WC Vol 26, p. 148; CD 205, pp. 183-187) (2) Same person sends "Miguel Galban Lopez" letters 12/3/63 (CD 329, p. 54) (3) Writer NOT Victor Cohen of Tapachula, Mexico (CD 735, p104)
LEVCHENKO, STANISLAV A.
In 1979 he abandoned his KGB post in Japan where he was a KGB recruiter. He was shown on ABC in silhouette. Wears glasses and parts his straight hair on left. Soviets would like to see him dead. James Angleton said that Levchenko recruited a number of people who were very high in Japanese government. He was living comfortably in this country when, earlier this year (1985), testimony in the Miller spy case in L.A. revealed that KGB is operating in this country. He says that Dept. T handles KGB external intelligence. From 35 to 40% of all Russians n this country as tourists, diplomats, etc., are KGB spies.
The Nation, 4/23/83, P500-1; David Brinkley ABC, Sun 7/21/85; Newsweek, 11/18/85, p. 45; Washington Post, 3/4/88, p. D3; Washington Post, 10/29/91, p. A11; Games of Intelligence, West, pp. 122-123; Who's Who in Espionage, Payne, pp. 102-103
LEVENTHAL, DAVID S.
Internal Revenue Agent. Jack Ruby hired him in 1951 or 1952 when Leventhal was a CPA. Leventhal and his wife visited Carousel in 1961.
WC Vol 22, p. 893; CE 1474; CD 105, pp. 107-108
LEVEY, JULIAN L.
Levey, Julian L. Shaw preliminary hearing testimony New Orleans Official Court Reporter
Article by Levin in Daily Mail (Munich ?) December 15, 1963 ?
LEVIN, MARVIN L.
Attorney who incorporated Sovereign Club. After Ruby's death, Levin produced Ruby's Will. DOB: 1931. Wife: Shirley, also an attorney.
Office manager for a cab company.
CD 1167, p. 3
Ex-casino boss in Havana.
Rolling Stone, May 20, 1976, p. 45
Lansky's manager at the Comodoro Casino in Havana. Told Sturgis Lansky offered $1 million for Castro's life in 1959.
Rolling Stone, May 20, 1976, p. 45
LEVINE, ISAAC DON
Russian Jewish emigre. Reputable scholar. Interviewed Marina and left "convinced she is hiding information."
CE 1842; CD 1207, pp. 5-6; CIA 673-280, p. 5; CIA 996-929; CIA 1400-491-J; CIA Box 7, Folder 46, Doc 03681 (MMF 1524)
Levine, Lowell HSC Testimony Forensic dentist
LEVINE, MORTON H.
Made handwritten note on 48th page of CD 363 re Immigration and Naturalization - Lee and Marina.
WC Vol 22, p. 2; CD 363, p. 48
'Legitimate' operator of Fremont Casino, Las Vegas
Life Magazines, 9/1/67 and 9/8/67
Researcher who discovered the documents about Ruth Paine's efforts to contact the Oswald family.
Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, pp. viii, 343 n. 22, 374 n. 63
LEW, SALVADOR (DR.)
Attorney associated with law firm at above address. Paul Bethel, Washington, DC, suggested he might have knowledge of Ruby's trips to Cuba.
CD 916, pp. 2-3
LEWALLEN, JAMES R.
Employee of Boeing Co. at Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. Former roommate of Ferrie. Met Ferrie in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1947 where Ferrie was head of his CAP group. (At one time, he lived at 4406 Paris, New Orleans.) (In 1993, only Lewallen listed in New Orleans area is at 56 Mason, Gretna, LA (504) 367-1615 )
CD 75, pp 214-215; Plot or Politics, James, pp. 74, 81, 154
Secretary to Leo F. Corrigan, Jr., who was landlord to Jack Ruby. She advised she received a $500 check from Ruby on Thursday, "the day before the assassination."
WC Vol 25, p. 381; CE 2399
LEWIS, ALAN D.
Left his office in Texaco Building on Commerce Street at noon 11/22/63 to walk over and observe JFK's motorcade. He saw man with gun case on Akard.
CD 7, pp. 752-753
LEWIS, ALBERT LANE (AKA DR. AL LEWIS)
( 201-047459 ) He was once temporary chairman of the FPCC.
CD 87 SS 80 DTR-00402
LEWIS, ALLEN A. (MR. & MRS.)
CD 7, p. 98
LEWIS, AUBREY LEE
Lewis, Aubrey Lee WC Testimony Employee, Western Union Telegraph Co.
Western Union official.
WC Vol 21, p. 745
LEWIS, C. G.
Patrolman who operated jail elevator during Oswald transfer.
WC Vol 21, p. 731
LEWIS, CARLUS E.
Dallas Police officer assigned to Commerce and Houston. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 602
LEWIS, CHARLES H.
500 rounds 6.5 ammunition shipped to him 5/3/62.
CD 7, p. 208
Deputy Sheriff. He had Carousel Club pass #189.
CD 4, p. 484
LEWIS, COLUMBUS "LUMMIE"
Lewis, C. L. "Lummie" 11/23/63 Sheriff's report Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County.
DOB: 3/4/10. Deputy Sheriff, standing at Sheriff's door. Witnessed assassination. Died Thursday, March 2, 1978. Widow: Francis (Libby) Lewis; son: Dan G. Lewis.
WC Vol 19, p. 526; Decker Exhibit 5323, p. 513; Dallas Morning News, Sat, 3/4/78, p. 34-E; Dallas Times Herald, Sat, 3/4/78, p. C-21; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, 31
LEWIS, DAVID F.
"No record" in CIA. Shipping clerk for a bus line. Former Banister employee. Lived with George Clark Johnston. Widow: Anna. Judyth Baker alleged that she and Oswald "double-dated" with the Lewises.
CIA 1229-514, p. 7; CIA 1425-492-T; CIA 1450-492-AS; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, 328, 349, 353, 373; Plot or Politics, James, 37, 154
LEWIS, ERWIN DONALD
Lewis, Erwin Donald WC Affidavit Acquaintance of Oswald in Marine Corps.
Served in Marines as enlisted man with Oswald at El Toro, CA
WC Vol 8, p. 323; CD 75, p. 239; CD 1065, p. 4; CD 1076
LEWIS, L. J
Lewis, L.J. Affidavit, FBI Report Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene
Interviewed twice about seeing LHO running from Tippit slaying scene.
Warren Report, p. 171; CD 1459; CD 1518, pp. 64-71; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 276-278
LEWIS, LEO (ALIAS OF LEO ISLOWITZ)
Had operated a nightclub in Miami, FL.
CD 7, pp. 773-776
LEWIS, LOU (ALIAS OF LOUIS ISLOWITZ)
Formerly lived in Newtown, Connecticut. Plant in Jarardo, Puerto Rico. Purchased parts from Hunt Electronics, Dallas.
CD 7, pp. 773-776
Detective, Dallas Police Department. Ran polygraph on Buell Wesley Frazier.
CE 3149; CD 7, p. 291; CD 106, p. 266
LEWIS, RICHARD WARREN
LEWIS, ROY EDWARD
Black employee of TSBD who possibly handled cartons on 6th floor. At 12:30 pm, 11/22/63, was standing inside front door of TSBD and witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 661; CE 1381; CE 3131; CD 205, p. 23; CD 706(oo)
Special Agent in Charge of Chester, PA, office of FBI, according to letter to Dulles from FBI infiltrator into Communist Party.
December 11, 1963, letter to Allen Dulles from Frank J. Smith (released October 1993)
LEWIS STREET, DALLAS, TX,
Wm. McEwen Duff, 5420 Lewis; Ingrid Carter, 5420 Lewis, Apt. 125 (she had Carousel Club Pass #104 [TAG 5, p. R37]); Larry H. Schmidt, 5417 Lewis.
LEYDEN, JOHN GERRARD
DOB: 2/13/22. POB: Ireland. Brother, Michael Leyden, lived at above address. John Leyden, a merchant seaman, made threatening remarks against the President in Houston. Arrested.
CD 7, pp. 601-603
LEYSECA, MARIA (MRS.)
Silvia Duran met her in Cuba in November 1961
CIA 404-750, p. 5; CIA 559-243; CIA 1220-508
Lived with his brother Francisco Leyva Avila. Worked for Curtis-Mathis Company where Antonio Arturo Hilario NAVARRO AULET was employed.
CD 1085p, pp. 1-2
Re William Vernon Uhlhorn's long-distance telephone call. Uhlhorn was a student at S.M.U. in Dallas.
CD 205, p. 288
LEYVA AVILA, FRANCISCO
Representative of 30th of November Revolutionary Movement in April 1963. Gave statement to FBI re Antonio Arturo Hilario NAVARRO AULET. Leyva's brother Delfin LEYVA lived with him on Kirby.
CD 1085d9, p. 3; Cd 1085p, pp. 1-2
CIA 197-529 re-release as CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10181
Operations, organizations, and individuals related to Mexico City.
= cryptonym for Mexico. LICALLA, LICOBRA, LICOOKY-1, LICOWL, LICOZY, LICRYPT, LIDENY, LIELEGANT, LIEMBRACE, LIEMPTY, LIENVOY, LIERODE, LIEVICT, LIFEAT, LIFIRE, LILIANA, LILINK, LILYRIC, LIMITED, LINILE-1, LINLUCK, LIONION, LIOVAL, LIPAWN, LIRICE, LIRING, LISAMPAN, LITAN, LITEMPO, LITENSOR
Inside the Company, Agee, pp. 501, 524, 528-534 ;ARRB Final Report p.52.
LI crypts to decode: LIARBOR, LICAGE, LICAPER, LICARD-1, LICOBRA, LICOMET-2, LICOWL, LICOZY, LIDANCE, LIDASH, LIDATE, LIDENY, LIEMBROIL, LIELEGANT, LIEMBRACE-4, LIEVICT, LIFEUD-22, LIFEUD-23, LIFIRE, LIFIRE-1, LIFIRE-2, LIFIRE-3, LIFIRE-4, LIFIRE-5, LIFTER, LIHABIT, LIHACK, LIHALT, LIJENNET, LIJULEP, LIKAYAK-2, LILIANA, LILINK, LIMAGPIE, LIMEW, LIMOUSINE, LIMOTOR, LIMYSTIC, LINILE-1, LINLUCK, LIOLEO-1, LIONHEART, LIOVAL-1, LIPAIL, LIPALLET, LIPAWN, LIRABBIT, LIREBEL, LIRING, LIROMANCE, LISAGA-1, LISAMPAN, LISASH, LISICLE-1, LITABBY, LITAINT, LITAU-3, LITEMPO, LITEMPO-1, LITENSOR, LIVACATE, LIVESTOCK.
LI (ACCESS AGENTS),
"...Station's Sov access agents..." See: LICRAVE-1, LICUFF-1, LICANNY-1"
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied)
LI (DOUBLE AGENTS),
"Station's double agents have not had meetings with Sovs since assassination..." See: LIJENNET-1, LINEB-1, LINILE-1, LITEASE-1, LISTEED-2.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10176 (originally numbered CIA 258-668 - re-released as JFK 104-10015-10251 , Lifton's pp. 144-146, MMF 1296)
Mail opening operation in Mexico City, with Soviet and/or Cuban targets.
104-10054-10060, 104-10413-10128, 104-10098-10180, 104-10406-10112.
LIBBY, WALTER STOKES, JR.
DOB: 7/14/40. POB: Summit, NJ. 5' 11". 155 lbs. Brown hair and eyes. Technician for Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company in Richmond. About 9/1/62 he made trip to Charleston, SC, and returned unbalanced. He was discharged from Virginia-Carolina Chemical as a result of his condition.
CD 205, pp. 345-347
One of three photo surveillance sites under the LIEMPTY umbrella project. LILYRIC was an apartment which provided a view of the back of the Soviet Embassy compound in Mexico City. The other two photo sites were LIMITED and LILYRIC.
One of three observation posts overlooking the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City. (Apparently providing coverage of all "Club" activities... and movements and activities of KOS and ALF." [Kostikov and Alferiev (?)])
CIA Diary, Agee, p. 612; CIA Doc JFK-104-10015-10093, p. 1; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10061 and JFK 104-10015-10334 , Lifton's pp. 355-357 (originally released as CIA 24-534); CIA 54-547 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10333 , Lifton's pp. 350-354); CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294 , Lifton's pp. 257-260) ;"Inside the Company" p.528, 104-10414-10124, 104-10413-10128, 104-10431-10083.
"...Station's SOV access agents... LICANNY-1..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied)
LICAVOLI, JAMES T. (AKA JAMES WHITE)
HSCA Vol 5, pp. 388, 390-300, 492-405, 410-414; HSCA Vol 9, p. 44
Detroit Mafia. October 23-25, 1963, Anthony J. Besase told Licavoli that "numbers racket" would be closed down for remainder of JFK administration.
CD 87, SS 602, p. 1
LICEA FIGUEREDO, JUAN GUIDO
201-876266 AMMUG-1 identified LICEA as a diplomatic courier commenting that he knew him casually as they used to take the same plane from Cuba to Mexico.
CIA 7, Folder 10, Doc 03045 (MMF 88); CIA Box 12, Folder 10, Doc 03357 (MMF 1097)
Texas PU 7862; Virginia 759078, 1955 green and white 1956 Chevrolet, belonged to Walter Stokes Libby, Jr.; Texas KR 57-73, 1963 Silver Grey Buick, belonged to Herminio DUARTE MARTINS, Jr.; Silvia Duran seen in two cars with Texas plates: JF 96-75 (convertible) and KU 94-95 (white Volvo); another Ford with Texas plates JH 24-76 seen in front of Duran's brother's residence. Texas TA 582 seen at Cuban Emb Mexico City 21 Oct 63. 11/23/63 green Ford with California 1963 plates KVU-191 parked near Sov Emb in Mexico City. HD5095 - plates on 1962 Thunderbird driven by Donnell Darius Whitter when he and Lawrence Miller were arrested at Gaston and Hall, Dallas, 11/18/63.
CD 205, pp. 112, 344, 346; CIA 53-548 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10332 , Lifton's pp. 347-349); CIA 68-554 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10278 , Lifton's pp. 212-214); CIA 72-553 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10267 , Lifton's pp. 178-180); CIA 76-29 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10271 , Lifton's pp. 187-189); CIA 1390-491-C
Unwitting asset Manuel Calvillo, who the HSCA failed to locate in its attempt to corroborate Elena Garro de Paz's story regarding Oswald in Mexico City.
"Station checking Garro de Paz statements with LIONION, LICHANT-1 and other sources."
CIA Doc JFK-104-10008-10109, p. 2 ;104-10174-10067, HSCA testimony of Ann Goodpasture p.78, "Lopez Report" p.255, p.232.
= an operation for penetrating the PRI (Revolutionary Institutional Party) and the Mexican government.
Inside the Company, Agee, p. 534
Viola June Cobb, who informed for CIA under crypt AMUPAS-1 while working for Castro, and played a role in the Elena Garro de Paz story, with Mexican crypt LICOOKY-1 (aka LICOOKIE-1).
Cryptonym of Viola June Cobb. "Suggest LICOOKY/1 answer letter and encourage A/1 [AMKIRK-1] make trip."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10014 , p. 69; CIA Doc JFK 104-10086-10002 (originally released as CIA 96-572)
104-10218-10185, 104-10175-10350, 104-10174-10123, Memo for Files of 25 Nov 1964, Mary's DB Viola June Cobb entry.
Owner of a small grocery store near Soviet Embassy, Mexico City. CIA agent.
CIA Diary, Agee, p. 613
Double-agent of Mexico City station against the KGB.
CIA Diary, Agee, p. 613
"...Station's SOV access agents LICRAVE-1..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied)
Re surveillance of Kostikov in Mexico by CIA.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10070 (originally released as CIA 74-555); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10188 (originally numbered CIA 176-619 denied); CIA Doc JFK 104-10018-10064 (originally released as CIA 420-757); CIA Doc JFK 104-10086-10002 (originally released as CIA 96-572); CIA Doc JFK 104-10095-10001
"...Station's SOV access agents ...LICUFF-1..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied)
LIDDY, G. GORDON
LIDIN, HAROLD JEROME
Lidin, Harold Jerome Shaw preliminary hearing testimony News Director WVUE
Mexico City station unilateral telephone-tapping operation.
CIA Diary, Agee, p. 613
Article by Sydney J. Harris in Detroit Free Press, 7/8/64: "Polygraph: Biggest Lie of All."
CD 1469, p. 4; Detroit Free Press, 7/8/64
LIEBELER, WESLEY J., JR.
Liebeler, Wesley HSC Testimony, ARRB Testimony Warren Commission lawyer
Warren Commission Counsel. See letter from Howard P. Rome, MD, Mayo Clinic, re LHO's reading disability.
CE 3045; CE 3109; CE 3134; Whitewash I, Weisberg, 66, 100, 106-107, 216-218, 252, 266-269; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, 100; Inquest, Epstein, 3, 11, 13-14, 18, 20-21, 23, 66, 69-70, 73-77, 79, 83, 88, 106, 108-110, 124
LIEBES, GEORGE J., M.D.
Mrs. Michael Paine uses him for her children's doctor. Takes sick child to him on Sat., Nov. 2, 1963.
WC Vol 9, p. 361
CIA JFK 104-10015-10168 , Lifton's pp. 88-90
A Mexico City-based surveillance project, under the umbrella LIPSTICK project. LIEMBRACE included a surveillance team, a radio repairman, and a phototruck team.
Mexico City station surveillance team.
CIA Diary, Agee, p. 613; CIA 62-24 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10325 , Lifton's pp. 328-331); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10061 and JFK 104-10015-10334 , Lifton's pp. 355-357 (originally released as CIA 24-534); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10070 (originally released as CIA 74-555)
"Inside the Company" p.528, 104-10414-10124, 104-10132-10201, 104-10079-10289.
Umbrella surveillance project in Mexico City, formerly code-named LIPSTICK. Included a variety of sub-projects under it.
Re Source for photos of unidentified man at Mexico City Russian Embassy.(LIEMPTY changed to PROJECT FACTOR) = Photographic coverage of the Soviet Consulate in Mexico City.
CIA 29-12 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10308 , Lifton's pp. 284-286); CIA 31-7 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10307 , Lifton's pp. 281-283); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10047 and CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10304 (had been previously released as CIA 5-1A); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10061 and JFK 104-10015-10334 , Lifton's pp. 355-357 (previously released as CIA 24-534); CIA Doc JFK 104-10095-10001 ; CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294 , Lifton's pp. 257-260)
104-10414-10124, 104-10413-10029, 104-10118-10334, 104-10079-10282.
Mobile surveillance team used to track Soviet operatives in Mexico City.
104-10413-10128, 104-10088-10328, 104-10079-10291, 104-10413-10029.
CIA telephone tapping program in Mexico City, targeting Cuban and Soviet embassies and run in conjunction with the Mexican DFS. Netted phone calls allegedy of Oswald. See also LIFEAT.
Joint telephone tapping operation between Mexico City station and Mexican security service against Mexican revolutionary organizations. LIENVOY is only mentioned on one page - "1964 Work Load for LIENVOY Project" (MMF 787); "...as much as we know re time of day where Oswald was from LIENVOY."
CIA Box 3, Vol 3, Doc 02777 (MMF 775-788); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10019 , p. 75; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10027 ; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10047 and CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10304 (had been previously released as CIA 5-1A); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10048 , p. 3 (originally released as CIA 7-2); CIA 49-545 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10324 , Lifton's pp. 323-326); CIA 55-546 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10335 , Lifton's pp. 338-364); CIA 60-550 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10326 , Lifton's pp. 332-336); CIA 61-575 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10337 , Lifton's pp. 368-371); CIA 62-24 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10325 , Lifton's pp. 328-331); CIA 77-558 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10272 , Lifton's pp. 190-192); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10074 and JFK 104-10015-10273 , Lifton's pp. 193-197, and JFK 104-10015-10287 , Lifton's pp. 228-233 (originally released as CIA 78-559); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10080 (originally released as CIA 87-564); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10091 (originally released as CIA 56-20); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10114 and JFK 104-10015-10328 , Lifton's pp. 341-343 (originally released as CIA 40-541); CIA Doc JFK 104-10007-10152 (originally numbered CIA 1011-945 denied); CIA Doc JFK 104-10009-10116 (originally numbered CIA 1010-944 denied); CIA JFK 104-10015-10064 and JFK 104-10015-10276 , Lifton's pp. 206-208 (originally numbered CIA 65-25; CIA 262-671 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10256 , Lifton's pp. 157-159); Inside the Company, Agee, p. 527; CIA 77-545 (re-released as CIA JFK 104-10015-10124 , Lifton's pp. 76-78); CIA 133-594 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10275 , Lifton's pp. 202-205); CIA 82-563 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10286 , Lifton's pp. 224-227); CIA 90-568 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10292 , Lifton's pp. 251-253); CIA 100-569 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10293 , Lifton's pp. 254-256)
"Inside the Company" p.613, 104-10195-10082, 104-10098-10230, 104-10439-10003, 104-10414-10124.
CIA photosurveillance and tapping operation targeting the Cuban embassy compound in Mexico City (see refs for confusion on this). It is the LIERODE operation which allegedly failed to obtain photos of Oswald due to a camera breakdown.
"Photographic basehouses covering Soviet and Satellite embassies produced normally with the exception of the LIERODE basehouse which has another entrance to cover photographically." (18 Oct 63)
CIA Box 7, Folder 51 (MMF 1475); CIA Doc JFK-104-10054-10023; CIA Doc JFK 104-10052-10056
"Our Man in Mexico" p.179, Lopez Report p.301, 104-10118-10432, 104-10246-10027, 104-10414-10363, 104-10118-10312, 104-10413-10047.
CIA telephone tapping program on a number of phone lines in Mexico City, collecting information on a variety of targets, including home phone lines of Soviet officers, the Yugoslav Embassy, and more. Project grew to include TELEX systems and microphone placements. See also LIENVOY.
Telephone taps in Mexico City. "On 2 September LIFEAT reported conversation between Ramon Cortes, President Transcontinental S.A. .... and man in Tyler, Texas believed to be Lorenzo Saunders, V-P of Transcontinental." "Re Station coverage of residence sov cultural officer ... Kuznetsov... KGB."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10015 ; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10061 and JFK 104-10015-10334 , Lifton's pp. 355-357 (originally released as CIA 24-534); CIA 62-24 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10325 , Lifton's pp. 328-331); CIA 79-460 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10284 , Lifton's pp. 218-220); CIA 80-561 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10283 , Lifton's pp. 215-217); CIA Doc JFK 104-10095-10001 ; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10017 ; CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294 , Lifton's pp. 257-260)
104-10413-10294, 104-10413-10295, 104-10413-10050, 104-10188-10447, 104-10414-10124.
"A short training period was given to LIFEUD-22..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10052-10056
Mexico City station travel control and general investigation team. Made photographs of travel documents in Mexico. "...using the LIFIRE photographic truck..."
CIA 57-551 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10327 , Lifton's pp. 337-340); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10019 , p. 75; CIA Doc JFK 104-10052-10056 ; CIA 100-569 (first released as CIA JFK 104-10015-10293 , Lifton's pp. 254-256); Inside the Company, Agee, pp. 528, 613
Lifton, David ARRB Testimony Assassination researcher
LIGHT, FREDERICK W., JR.
Light, Frederick W. Jr. WC Testimony Wound ballistics expert, U.S. Army.
Ballistics expert employed by Edgewood Arsenal since 1951. Consulted with other experts re ballistics aspects of JFK assassination.
Warren Report, 109, 580-581, 585; Inquest, Epstein, 98-99
Alfonso Rudolph Wichtrich, Executive VP, American Chamber of Commerce in Mexico.
"Inside the Company", p.533. 104-10219-10170, 104-10431-10003, 124-10195-10223.
"...Station's double agent...LIJENNET-1 out of touch with Sov C/O..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied)
Physical surveillance team operating in Mexico City. Renamed LIRICE in 1962.
104-10413-10029, 104-10052-10101, 104-10054-10051, 104-10414-10124.
Agent "LILIANA" appeared in The Cherepanov Papers (MMF 1737).
CIA CI/R&A document dated June 25, 1973 (MMF 1737)
An operation in Mexico City to provide non-official cover for CIA officers with infra-red communications system to the CIA station in the Embassy.
CIA Diary, Agee, pp. 502, 613
Who's Who in CIA, Mader, 311
One of three photo surveillance sites under the LIEMPTY umbrella project. LILYRIC was a 3rd story apartment across the street from the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City, south of the LIMITED installation. The other two photo sites were LIMITED and LICALLA.
"Separate cable will provide morning LILYRIC coverage." (Coverage probably of Kostikov and Alferiev) Photographic coverage.
CIA 54-547 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10333 , Lifton's pp. 350-354); CIA 62-24 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10325 , Lifton's pp. 328-331); CIA 71-32 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10266 , Lifton's pp. 174-177); CIA 76-29 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10271 , Lifton's pp. 187-189); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10093 , p. 1; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10061 and JFK 104-10015-10334 , Lifton's pp. 355-357 (originally released as CIA 24-534); CIA Doc JFK 104-10125-10002 ; CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294 , Lifton's pp. 257-260)
104-10414-10124, 104-10413-10128, Lopez Report, p. 45.
LIMA JUAREZ, ERNESTO
Masonry contractor from Reynosa. Registered in Hotel del Comercio, Room 8, at same time LHO there. Advised that a photo of hotel guests included: Francisco Morales, Gabriel Contreras, Julian Huerta Oliva, Manuel Santos and Ernesto Lima Juarez. Believed LHO conversed with two Cuban Negroes residing at Hotel del Comercio.
WC 26, pp. 175-176, 672, 674, 706; CE 2450; CE 2451; CE 2787; CE 3095; CD 1197; CD 1197a; CD 1243, pp. 4-5; CD 1256; CD 1446; CD 1476, 1476a & 1476b; CD 1480; pp. 4-9
52 yrs old. Claimed he worked as a singer in Ruby's nightclub in 1961, 1962 and 1963.
New Orleans States Item, Tues, 3/7/67, p. 1
Soviet Embassy in Mexico City.
104-10413-10029, 104-10052-10081, 104-10054-10051, 104-10414-10081.
Extremely sensitive monitoring operation targeting Soviet Embassy in Mexico City, run by Staff D of CounterIntelligence. Used four-unit basehouse known as LIMUST.
104-10414-10124, 104-10413-10029, 104-10413-10000.
One of three photo surveillance sites under the LIEMPTY umbrella project. LIMITED was a fixed site right across the street from the front gate of the Soviet Embassy. The other two photo sites were LILYRIC and LICALLA.
"LIMITED coverage usually suspended after 1900 hrs." "No LIMITED coverage 20 Nov."
CIA Doc JFK-104-10015-10093, p. 1; CIA Doc JFK-104-10015-10061 and JFK 104-10015-10334 , Lifton's pp. 355-357 (originally released as CIA 24-534); CIA 54-547 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10333 , Lifton's pp. 350-354); CIA 76-29 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10271 , Lifton's pp. 187-189); CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294 , Lifton's pp. 257-260)
104-10414-10124, 104-10413-10128, Lopez Report, p. 45.
A collection of four housing units used in the LIMESA project and other surveillance operations targeting the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City (actually, the exact distinction between LIMESA and LIMUST is not clear). 104-10052-10104, 104-10413-10029, 104-10118-10334, 104-10414-10112.
LINAM, HENRY EDWARD
Issued Tourist Card #4366764 on September 17, 1963, to go to Matamoras, Mexico, for a three-day hunting trip.
CD 75, p. 572
LINAM, HENRY EDWARD, JR.
Issued tourist card #4366763 on Sept 17, 1963, to go on hunting trip to Matamoras, Mexico. Had been resident of Havana in 1958-1959 (See "American Colony" list)
CD 75, pp. 572, 591
LINAM, WINSTON B.
CD 75, p. 583
LINCOLN, EVELYN NORTON (MRS. HAROLD W.)
DOB: June 25, 1909; POB: Polk County, Nebraska. DOD: May 11, 1995; POD: Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, D.C. President Kennedy's Secretary for 12 years. Survived by husband of 64 years. Author of two books: "My 12 Years With John F. Kennedy," and "Kennedy and Johnson."
Dallas Times Herald, 11/22/63, p. 19; Memphis Press Scimitar Extra, 11/22/63, p. 2; Dallas Morning News, 11/23/63, p. 2; Dallas Times Herald, 11/23/63, p. 2; Dallas Morning News, 5/12/95, p. 39-A; New York Times, 5/13/95,p. 9
Name and phone number is Larry Crafard's notebook and in Jack Ruby's old memo book.
WC Vol 19, pp. 64, 75; WC Vol 22, p. 520
LINDAMOOD, J. A.
Name on gun range list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List
LINDSAY, FRED DALTON (AKA W. M. BRYAN)
DOB: 4/11/13. POB: Charlotte, NC. Became courier for Mafia in 1931. Overheard plot to kill JFK and told priest about 4 months before 11/22/63.
CD 474, p. 1; CD 515; CD 650, pp. 23-30
Name and phone number in Larry Crafard's notebook.
WC Vol 19, p. 64; CD 4, p. 499
LINDSEY, JOSEPH (DR.)
Practiced at Beverly Hills Sanitarium. Tommy Johnson was his patient.
CD 7, p. 616
LINDSLEY, LEE A. (DR.)
In 1990, told Dean Bufkin that he was Jack Ruby's "personal pastor." He has two manuscripts about Jack Ruby that he has written and intends to publish.
"...separately advised HQS re Station's proposal re LINEB-1 meeting with Sov..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666)
LINES, W. J. (REV.)
From Knoxville, Tennessee, San Antonio, TX, and Ft. Worth, TX. Pretended to be an early 'investigator.'
CD 913, p. 165
"...Station's double agent...LINILE-1 out of country..." 24 Aug 62 Kostikov talked with LINILE-1.
CIA 87-564 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10288 , Lifton's pp. 234-238; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied)
On 24 Aug 62, Kostikov talks with LINILE-1. In similar calls, Kostikov making travel arrangements for Soviet personnel.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10080 , p. 2 (originally released as CIA 87-564)
Link, Robert Shaw trial testimony Attorney and Notary Public Parish of Orleans
= cryptonym for Mexico City station's best source of information on all revolutionary organizations in Mexico - Carlos Manuel Pellecer.
Inside the Company, Agee, p. 527
Manager, Sunflower Drug Store, Overland Park, Kansas.
CD 7, p. 588
A journalist with WFAA who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93
LINSE, WALTER (DR.)
Fled East Germany in 1947. Later became a leader of the "Society of Free Jurists," an anti-Communist organization. Kidnapped from West Berlin in July 1952. Died in a Soviet prison camp December 15, 1953.
CD 1552a, pp. 5-6, 12
LINTHICUM, JOE HOWARD
Worked for Ruby at Silver Spur 8 months then at Vegas Club one month. Had known Jack Ruby many years. Told FBI that Ruby furnished drinks to police "on the house."
WC Vol 23, p. 348; CE 1739; CD 84, p. 138; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 232, 235
LINTON, JERRY SUE
Name and address in Jack Ruby's notebook.
WC Vol 22, p. 499
DOB: 11/4/04. POB: Estonia. Seaman aboard SS American Flyer, United States Lines, 9/22/64. On 11/22/63, he was crew member of SS Thunderbird and was in Constantinople, Turkey. Approximately 11/26/63, engaged in conversation with Turkish Army officer who thought Madame Nhu was behind assassination.
CD 1528(a), pp. 1-4; CD 1546, pp. 159-167
Photosurveillance project targeting Cuban Embassy in Mexico City. The purported failure of the LIONION installation to capture a picture of Lee Oswald in late September 1963 was a matter of concern and some disbelief in the HSCA's investigation.
Cuban photo surveillance project. See PROJECT LIONION. "Station checking Garro de Paz statements with LIONION, LICHANT-1 and other sources."
CIA Box 7, Folder 2 (MMF 265-268); CIA Box 7, Folder 6 (MMF 235-237); CIA Doc JFK-104-10008-10109, p. 2; CIA Doc JFK 104-10095-10001
104-10414-10124, 104-10413-10029, 104-10088-10059, 104-10126-10059.
Alberto Rodriguez Gallego, part of LIONION photography project targeting Cuban embassy.
104-10113-10404, 104-10414-10060, 104-10118-10433.
English teacher in Mexico City. U.S. citizen. CIA agent.
CIA Diary, Agee, pp. 529, 530, 613
"LIPAWN-1 22 Nov audio product, of target Sov Mil At ...Sidorov of no pertinence."
CIA 62-24 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10325 , Lifton's pp. 328-331); CIA 81-562 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10285 , Lifton's pp. 221-223)
According to Mrs. Nancy Tilton (George deMohrenschildt's sister-in-law), Lipovak and man named Lorenzo (LNU) were associates of Geo. deMohrenschildt in New York during time he was married to Dorothy Pierson. (Probably same as Vera Lipowitz)
CD 777(e), p. 4
LIPOWITZ, VERA (MADAME)
Visits United States from Yugoslavia, Albania or Montenegro. She has gold bars. Her daughter, Iolande, dated Lorenzo deHaven in New York City. (Probably same as Vera Lipovac)
LIPPERT, DONALD (OR RONALD) PATRICK
Nov 24 and 25, 1963, Lippert, a Canadian pilot, convicted by Cuban Tribunal and sentenced to 30 years for landing explosives at Havana Airport for CIA. His Cuban aunt, Maria Magdalena Volta, received 9-year sentence for allegedly receiving and storing explosives. (See William Milne and AMSHATTER.)
CD 1135; KSKY Reel #22, Nov 24 & 25, #2; Blond Ghost, Corn, pp. 108-109
Jack Ruby has Lipscomb's card in his car on 11/24/63. He visited the Carousel Club one time only. That time he was with a friend E. G. Byers.
WC Vol 22, p. 501; WC Vol 25, p. 518; CD 205, p. 107
LIPSEY, RICHARD A. (LT. RET.)
Aide to General Philip C. Wehle. Was approximately 12 to 15 feet away from table where JFK's autopsy was being performed. Told Lifton that he was absolutely certain a second or decoy ambulance was used when the president's body was taken from Andrews Air Force Base to Bethesda Naval Hospital for the autopsy. Interviewed by Andrew Purdy and Mark Flanagan 1/11/78 in Baton Rouge.
HSCA Vol 7, pp. 9, 20; 233JFK.013638; Best Evidence, Lifton, pp. 418, 619, 629; Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Duffy & Ricci, p. 277
One of five (with Paul Rowland Jones) controlling Mafia operations in Dallas in 1942-1946.
WC Vol 22, pp. 297, 360, 370; WC Vol 23, p. 205; WC Vol 25, p. 512
This Mexico City-based project was an "umbrella type project...consisted of multiline phone taps, three photographic sites, a mobile surveillance team and a mail intercept operation." Under this project were LIMITED, LILYRIC, and LICALLA, LIEMBRACE, LIENTRAP, and possibly other projects. Renamed LIEMPTY.
104-10103-10132, 104-10414-10124, 104-10414-10083.
LIPTON, LEWIS (ALIAS: FELIX AGUIRRE)
Used alias, Felix Aguirre. Senior Vice President of US National Bank. Connected to organized crime.
Big Brother and the Holding Company, Weissman, pp. 200-201; Contract on America, Scheim, p. 299; Government by Gunplay, Blumenthal and Yazijian, p. 148
Mid-1960s project "for the purpose of consolidating into one administrative group a number of active Cuban informants," including LIOLEO-1, LISICLE-1, AMSEVER-2, AMPACA-1, and LICARD-1.
Surveillance project targeting the Communist Party in Mexico City. Some of its agents were arrested and their CIA case officer detained by the Mexican Security Service and subsequently allowed to leave the country. Originally named LIJERSEY.
Mexico City station survelliance team.
CIA Diary, Agee, pp. 530, 533, 613; CIA 62-24 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10325 , Lifton's pp. 328-331)
"Inside the Company" p.533, 104-10414-10124, 104-10052-10035.
"...we would appreciate some elaboration on the estimate of the validity of LIRING/3's acquaintance with and story from Silvia."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10027
Carlos Delmar Jurado. Reported a conversation in 1967 with Mexican Consulate worker Sylvia Duran, who had dealt with Oswald during his failed attempt to get a visa in Mexico City. LIRING-3 reported that Duran "admitted that she had sexual relations with him (Oswald) but insisted she had no ideas of his plans...".
104-10431-10003. Allegation reported in 104-10404-10315, and discussed in "Deep Politics II", p. 124,129 and "Our Man in Mexico", p.242.
Mexico City station bugging operation against the Cuban Embassy in Mexico City.
Inside the Company, Agee, pp. 332-333, 613
LISH, ROBERT C.
Special Agent FBI. Interviewed General Edwin Walker after 4/10/63. One of first to go through TSBD on 11/22/63
WC Vol 19, p. 245; CD 4, p. 496; CD 205, pp. 6, 184; Whitewash I, Weisberg, 95
Employee of Delta Airlines. Possibly Commandant of CAP in New Orleans in 1950s.
CD 75, pp. 225, 319
LISTAK, ANNE (MRS.)
Talked to Jack Ruby 11/18/63 re job at Carousel.
CE 2388; CD 104, p. 127
"...Station's double agent...LISTEED-2..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied)
LISTOV, VADIM VADIMOVICH (ALIAS OF VADIM KOTCHERGIN)
Soviet Intelligence agent in Cuba.
Fortress Cuba, Jay Mallin, p. 33
"...Consulate had closed this door to the public because of LITAINT team efforts..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10052-10056
Consuelo Esperon Perez, apparently employed as a secretary at the Cuban Embassy.
104-10431-10003, 180-10142-10349, 104-10113-10404.
Luis Albero Soeto, Cuban Cultural Attache in Mexico City, working as an double-agent for the CIA. According to one CIA document, LITAMIL-9 made photo identifications for the LIONION surveillance project. John Newman (apparently mistakenly) identified Alberu as LIRING-3 in "Oswald and the CIA".
104-10431-10003, 104-10052-10204, 3AH74 (HSCA interview with Sylvia Duran), "Oswald and the CIA", p.386.
LITCHFIELD, WILBRYRN WALDON (ROBERT), II
Litchfield, Wilbyrn Waldon (Robert), II WC Testimony Acquaintance of Ruby
DOB: 6/14/33. POB: Dallas, TX. Ex-convict. Wife: Veola. Alleged he sat next to LHO in Carousel in November 1963 while both were waiting to see Jack Ruby. Employed as salesman for Great Books of the Western World, Pappas Bldg., 401 Louisnana Ave., Houston, TX.
WC Vol 14, pp. 35, 80, 95-109, 296; WC Vol 19, pp. 44, 64; WC Vol 26, pp. 840-845; CE 2889; CE 3149; CD 106, pp. 263-274; CD 1147b, pp. 1-4; CD 1193, pp. 241-242; Accessories After the Fact, Meagher, xxv, 323, 326
"...Station's double agent ... LITEASE-1 has met..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10173 (originally numbered CIA 254-666 denied)
LITEMPO/4. LITEMPO = cryptonym for all liason operations with Mexican government. LITEMPO/4 had something to do with Alvarado's admission that his statements about Oswald were false (see Lifton p. 156).
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10091 (originally released as CIA 56-20); CIA 57-551 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10327 , Lifton's pp. 337-340); CIA 73-28 (released first time as JFK 104-10015-10268 , Lifton's pp. 181-183); CIA 255-667 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10254 , Lifton's pp. 154-156); CIA 260-670 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10257 , Lifton's pp. 160-163); CIA 261-99 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10260 , Lifton's pp. 164-167); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10177 (originally released as CIA 261-99); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10188 (originally numbered CIA 176-619 denied); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10055 (originally released as CIA 64-552); CIA 1376-1071 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10299 , Lifton's pp. 272-274); CIA Diary, Agee, pp. 525, 531, 534, 613; CIA JFK 104-10015-10168 , Lifton's pp. 88-90
Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, President of Mexico from 1964 to 1970. He was president in 1968 during the famous Tlatelcolco massacre. Diaz Ortiz was part of Mexico City station chief Win Scott's LITEMPO program.
"Our Man in Mexico" p.308, 104-10211-10102, 104-10516-10061.
Fernando Gutierrez Barrios, head of the Mexican secret police (DFS) from 1964 to 1970, and later held other Mexican government posts. Gutierrez Barrios was part of Mexico City station chief Win Scott's LITEMPO program.
"Our Man in Mexico" p.308, "Brothers in Arms" p.xii, Commission Exhibit 2123, 104-10086-10001, 104-10422-10200.
Luis Echevarria Alvarez, Mexican Interior Minister in 1964 and President from 1970-76. Echevarria was part of Mexico City station chief Win Scott's LITEMPO program.
"Our Man in Mexico" p.308, citing similarities between Mexico City Chronology 104-10013-10004, p.73 and Slawson Mexico City Trip Report 104-10086-10254, p.33.
"Request opin authorization turn Alvarado over to LITEMPOS..."
CIA 197-629 re-release as CIA Doc JFK-104-10015-10181
CIA JFK 104-10015-10168 , Lifton's pp. 88-90
LITTELL, WALLACE W.
Cultural Officer, U.S. Embassy, Moscow, October 1960 (MMF 1737)
CIA CI/R&A document dated June 25, 1973 (MMF 1737)
LITTLE, J. JERRELDEEN (MRS.)
Employed 5 years as matron at Dallas Poice Department jail. Denied she said Jack Ruby and LHO knew each other.
WC Vol 26, pp. 186-188, 193; CD 105, pp. 333-334, 337-338
LITTLE, SHERMAN FRANKLIN
Dallas bookmaker. Name Paul Rowland Jones proposed to Sheriff Steve Guthrie to put in charge when Dallas was opened up to gambling in 1946.
CD 1265, p. 2; HSCA, Vol 9, pp. 419-420
LITTLE LYNN, SEE CARLIN, KAREN BENNETT
LIVELY, EARL W., JR. (COL.)
Wife: Della. Joined Air Force in 1948. Retired as a Major. Worked for H.L. Hunt until fired in July 1969.
CD 897, p. 465; Dallas Morning News, Sun, 10/27/85 (picture); Dallas Times Herald, Wed, 7/30/86, p. 1-E
LIVINGSTON, CLYDE I. (MRS.)
Re: Richard Warren Garrett.
CE 2220; CD 1103; CD 1245, pp. 241-242
LIVINGSTON, RICHARD WARD
Detective, Dallas Police Department.
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT DR
LIVINGSTONE, HARRISON EDWARD
Livingstone, Harrison ARRB Testimony Assassination researcher.
DOB: 1937; used address in Canada at one time: 1771 Rue St Christophe, Montreal, P.Q. H2L 3W9 CANADA. In August 1979, he tried to sell autopsy photographs. G. Robert Blakey reported him to Justice Department.
Dallas Morning News, Wed, 8/29/79, p. 12-A
"Factionalism developed in the Brigade when ENRIQUE LLACA of the Brigada charged they were being used as political fodder." (MMF 1759)
SSCIA 157-10003-10483 (MMF 1759-1760)
LLADA, JOSE PARDO
Andrew St. George said Llada knew of a plan of Castro to kill United States Ambassadors in various countries.
CD 49, p. 28
Among Cuban Embassy personnel in Mexico City.
CIA 69; 104-10015-10199
LLANES CAVERO, FERNANDO
"_____ was instrumental in establishing that Fernando LLANES Cavero and his wife were living at a local Mexico City address."
CIA 1225-1129-B; CIA Box 7, Folder 6 (MMF 215)
LLANUSA GOBEL, JOSE
LLAUDI HERNANDEZ, FELIPE
201-742052 AMMUG-1 commented that LLAUDI's DGI pseudonym was "ROBANE."
CIA Box 7, Folder 10, Doc 03045 (MMF 88); CIA Box 12, Folder 10, Doc 03357 (MMF 1097)
A Cuban refugee. Employed at Duplex Paper Company, 2380 Northwest 23rd St., Miami. He and Alberto Juanes loaned Antonio Arturo Hilario NAVARRO AULET the money to make a down-payment on a station wagon in Summer of 1962. Navarro Aulet was his wife's cousin.
CD 1085p, p. 10*; CD 1085q, pp. 1, 3-4
LOBAINA LOBAINA, ECLIO
AMMUG-1 did not know him very well. Lobaina was AMMUG-1's instructor in firearms at the Police Academy.
CIA Box 7, Folder 10, Doc 03045 (MMF 87); CIA Box 12, Folder 10, Doc 03357 (MMF 1096)
Extremely small concrete cell constructed on grounds of Camp Peary to hold Yury Nosenko for two years and two months during late 1960s.
Cuba's major banker. A millionaire who was known as the "Sugar King" of Cuba. Veciana worked for him in Havana.
HSCA Vol 10, pp. 37, 47; Bay of Pigs, Johnson, p. 245; Cuban Invasion, Meyer, p. 106; The Last Investigation, Fonzi, pp. 121, 128, 149, 162, 168, 297; MMF 2116
LOCICERO, FELIX (DR.)
Santos Trafficante's nephrologist in Tampa.
Vanity Fair Magazine, December 1994, "Ghosts of November," by A. & R. Summers, p. 106
LOCKE, EUGENE MOORE
DOB: 1918. POB: Dallas, TX. Partner is law firm of Locke, Purnell, Boren, Laney & Neely. 1962-1963 served as head of the State Democratic Executive Committee. Served as U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan and Deputy U.S. Ambassador to South Vietman. Died 4/28/72.
Dallas Morning News, Sun, 4/30/72, p. 1-A
LOCOCO, VINCENT T. (MRS.)
Her husband is an attorney with offices in Oil and Gas Bldg., New Orleans, phone (504) 525-2156 . Shirley Lamprecht repeated a conversation re Jack Ruby in Mrs. Lococo's home.
FBI 100-16601 (MMF 1938)
LOCURTO, JOE (see BONDS, JOE)
LODGE, HENRY CABOT
DOB: July 5, 1902; POB: Nahant, Massachusetts. Married: Emily Sears. In 1963 and 1964, Lodge was U. S. Ambassador to South Vietnam. "...June Cobb forced, in the fall of 1960, a cousin of ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge to have an abortion when 'Lodge's' cousin was six months' pregnant with Fidel Castro's child" (MMF 2146).
LOEBSACH, RICHARD VINCENT
CD 47, p. 45
LOFTON, HARRY MICHAEL
DOB: Feb 13, 1919. Second Secretary and Consul in U.S. Embassy in Ciudad Trujillo.
MMF 2278; Who's Who in CIA, Mader, p. 315
LOFTUS, JOSEPH A.
New York Times reporter.
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 139
Logan, David Telephone convesation with James Alcock Discusses attendees of a party
LOGAN, HENRY A.
Transcient who worked at Dobbs House, 1221 N. Beckley, Dallas, two days November 14-15, 1963. Lived at 708 N. Lancaster from October 12 to November 15, 1963. Logan claimed to be returning to California.
CE 3001; CD 1364, pp. 1-11
LOGAN, LANSING E.
Special Agent, FBI. Acted as advisor to Friends of Democratic Cuba; also acted as interpreter for Cubans.
WC Vol 11, pp. 350, 366-367; WC Vol 12, p. 122; WC Vol 13, p. 15; WC Vol 15, p. 387
LOGANOV, VALENTIN SERGEYEVICH
HSCA Reel 9, Box 7, Folder P (AMKW 7)
LOGUE, LESTER L.
Dallas oil man. Anti-Castro. Arranged bail for Hall and Seymour when they were in a Dallas jail in October 1963. Logue died in 1992.
Lorenzo Hall affidavit of 2/11/68, p. 57
LOMAX, JAMES A.
Dallas police officer assigned to Texas & Pacific overpass over Stemmons Freeway. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 6, p. 232
In LHO's notebook. Alex Kleinlerer worked there
WC Vol 16, p. 48
LONG, J. S. (MRS.)
Marguerite Oswald worked for Joe Long taking care of his mother, Mrs. J. S. Long, for several weeks in 1962. The phone number was in LHO's address book.
CD 206, p. 201
LONG, LESTER JR.
CD 7, p. 557
LONG, REX C., JR.
Wife: Mary L. Leadman, L-T-V. Name on list of patrons at gun range one of days LHO allegedly there.
WC Vol 26, p. 397; Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons
LONGFELLOW, O. I.
Manager, Gibson's Products, 2620 Main, Dallas. Jack Ruby sent him Carousel Club pass #166 on 11/20/63. On 7/10/64, he lives in Texarkana.
CD 4, p. 484; CD 1369
= AEGUSTO, CIA codename. = EYEBALL, FBI codename. ?? AKA Edmund Trinka KGB staff officer who became an agent for CIA.
Cold Warrior, Mangold, pp. 21-29, 208-226, 266, 274, 298, 356
Approximately 25 in 1963. Sam Houston State Teachers College student in Huntsville, TX. He was at Sportsdrome Gun Range one of days LHO allegedly there.
CE 2915; CD 7, pp. 109, 247-248
Re Ramon B. Cortez, Antonir Mortera, and Transcontinental.
CIA document released Oct 1993 - IN 27356, 12 Sept 61 (?)
LONGWORTH, MILDRED LANE (MRS. ERNEST HARRY LONGWORTH)
DOB: 12/14/11. Owned 2 Peanut Shop, Chattanooga. Denied to FBI 11/27/63 that she made statements about wishing for deaths of President Kennedy, Attorney General Robert Kennedy or Chief Justice Earl Warren.
Cd 301, pp. 151-160
LOOMIS, S. C., JR.
Officer in Charge, District Intelligence Office, Ninth Naval District, Chicago 7, Illinois. Wrote 30 Nov 1960 memo to Officer in Charge, District Intelligence Office, Eighth Naval District, re Oswald. "OP921D" on memo.
"ONI", p. 92
LOORY, STUART H.
Reporter who wrote article in Los Angeles Times 3/28/69 regarding Arthur J. McCafferty.
WC Vol 24, pp. 473-475; Los Angeles Times, 3/28/69
LOPEZ REPORT, THE
LOPEZ, EDWIN JUAN
Associated with Pro-Castro groups in Los Angeles. NOT identical with Gilberto Policarpo Lopez.
Re Transcontinental and Ramon B. Cortez.
CIA document released Oct 1993 - IN 27356, 12 Sept 61 (?); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10017
LOPEZ, LUCIA (SENORA WILFREDO RUISSCH)
Aunt of Miguel Casas Saez.
Gave account of her daughter's witnessing Jack Ruby give pistol to Lee Oswald either during or just after Presidential motorcade on Nov 22, 1963. Her daughter worked in sewing room across from TSBD.
CD 205, p. 451
"She" wrote 3 page letter dated 16 July 62 in which she stated she would be happy to go to Mexico and inquired about Ramon Cortes. Return address on envelope was Calle 2 E/Linea Y 11, Edificio "Nico Lopez" Apt 43, Vedado, Havana.
CIA document released Oct 1993 - Aug 1, 1962, IN 37782
LOPEZ, RICHARD C.
Employed at H. G. Green Co., 1616 Elm St., Dallas, TX, during October and November 1963 in Gun Department. Examined shell casings for FBI. Determined none were 6.5 caliber.
CE 2920; CD 205, p. 103; CD 897, p. 88
LOPEZ CAMARA, FRANCISCO
Jorge TAMAYO Castillejos, prominent Mexican Marxist, "planned to go to Cuba first week in December" to meet with Enrique GONZALEZ Pedrero and Lopez Camara.
LOPEZ FRESQUET, RUFO
Minister of the Treasury, Cuba. Two sons: Antonio and Vincent, Bradenton, Florida, approximately 1959/1960; attended Manatee High School with Judyth Vary. (Rufo's wife was an American.)
Fortress Cuba, Jay Mallin, pp. 11, 17
LOPEZ MATEOS, ----- (PRESIDENT)
President of Mexico. Letter from Manuel Gomes in Cuba predicted he would be assassinated in February or March 1964.
CIA 107-579; CIA 128-590; CIA 130-592 (re-released as CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10359 ), p. 4; CIA 174-616, p. 3; CIA 367-726, p. 10 (re-released as CIA Doc JFK 104-10018-10040 ); MMF 1974; MMF 1980; CIA Doc JFK 104-10004-10199 , p. 15
LOPEZ MEDINA, LUCIO
Baggage handler for Transportes Frontera Bus Company. He testified that Oswald did not purchase the ticket and did not travel on the trip relating to the manifest indicated for Oswald.
WC Vol 24, p. 620; CE 2121, p. 101
LOPEZ POLICARPO, GILBERTO
DOB: 1/26/40. POB: Havana, Cuba. On 11/23/63, he entered Mexico en route to Mexico City from Tampa, FL, using Mexican tourist card, No. M824553. North American passport No. 310162. Entered at Nuevo Laredo on 11/23/63. Checked into Hotel Roosevelt, Room 203, on Nov. 25. Checked out Nov 27 and departed for Havana. Departed on Cubana Flight 465 and was only passenger allowed on the plane. American citizen. In 1960, when Lopez obtained a passport, he gave two references: Jorge Rodrigues Espinosa, 2518 Seidenverg Ave., Key West, FL, and Agapito Gonzalez, 2620 Williams St., Key West, FL. (Jorge Rodrigues Espinosa crossed border at Laredo 9/26/63.) The CIA had a 201 file on Gilberto Lopez: 201-741600 . (See POLICARPO)
CD 205, pp. 750-751; CIA 262; CIA 293-106; CIA 308-114; CIA 313-118; CIA 613-262; CIA 617-260
Above phone number same as that given for Gilberto Lopez.
Racket figure involved with Santo Trafficante.
LOQUVAM, GEORGE S.
WC Vol 19, p. 511; Decker Exhibit 5323, p. 511
Interviewed Jim Leavelle 11/24/63. Is this William Edward Lord?
LORD, BILLY JOE
Lord, Billy Joe Affidavit Passenger with Oswald on SS Marion Lykes.
DOB: 8/31/41. POB: Midland, TX. LHO's cabin mate on S. S. Marion Lykes liner to France in 1959.
Warren Report, p. 690; WC Vol 11, pp. 116-118; CE 2675; CD 6, p. 311; CD 498; CD 1205, 3 pp.
LORD, THURBER T.
Re: Oswald in jail.
CE 1999; CD 1444
LORD, WILLIAM EDWARD
Reporter for ABC in New York. Made statement that "...the arrival of the armored car will be the cue for Oswald to be moved." Is he Bill Lord?
WC Vol 24, pp. 457, 462; WC Vol 26, p. 666; CE 2047; CD 85, p. 445
From Germany. Sent to Van Winkle Pontiac by Mercedes-Benz. Went from there to Downtown Lincoln Mercury as New Car Sales Manager. Wife: Lucille. Returned to Germany. Years later was visited by William C. Wood (aka Bill Boxley) in Germany. Wood claimed Lorenz had been in the German Army or SS troops or some branch of German intelligence.
LORENZ, ILONA MARITA
DOB: 8/18/39; POB: Bremen, Germany. Re New York Daily News 1976 story of attempt to assassinate Castro.
See p. 155 of Judge List; HSCA Reel 53, Box 30, Folder I (AMKW 30); The Last Investigation, G. Fonzi, pp. 83-107, 342-343
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
Wife: Sally Jo. Gave statement re "Scotty" and "Lee." (Wm. McEwen Duff ?? and LHO ??) Died June 5, 1975.
CD 205, p. 299; Dallas Times Herald, 6/6/75, p. 6-E; Dallas Morning News, 6/7/75, p. 31-E
LORIE VALLS, RICHARD (RICARDO) LOUIS
A pilot placed on "blacklist" by U.S. Government.
Miami Herald, May 27, 1960; Give Us This Day, E. Howard Hunt, pp. 12, 49, 64, 91, 99, 139, 143, 174
Alvarado said Lorillo was a member of Nicaraguan Communist organization.
CIA 104-40 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10301 , Lifton's pp. 275-277); CIA 124-54 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10297 , Lifton's pp. 269-271)
LORIO GARCIA (? LORILLO ?), JUAN
Member Central Committee of PSN (Nicaraguan Communist Party). He traveled to Managua to Mexico City on 14 Sept 1963 and returned to Nicaragua on 17 October. (Re Gilberto Alberto Ugarte)
CIA 123-587 (re-released as CIA 104=10015-10207, Lifton's pp. 94-97); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10157 (originally probably numbered CIA 120-585, denied)
With Excelsior. On October 14, 1963, Ivan Gavrilovich Alferiev invited him to Soviet Embassy reception on behalf of the Cosmonauts.
CIA Box 7, Folder 24, Doc 003791 (MMF 50-51); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10074 , JFK 104-10015-10273 , Lifton's pp. 193-197, and JFK 104-10015-10287 , Lifton's pp. 228-233 (originally released as CIA 78-559 - See MMF 1527)
Employed by Alibi Club, 5516 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, TX during June and July 1963.
WC Vol 26, p. 262; CE 2822; CD 4, p. 354; CD 1150, p. 1
Name, address and telephone number in Jack Ruby's old memo book.
WC Vol 19, p. 81; WC Vol 22, p. 579
One of 8 persons who came to Dallas 9/28-29, 1963, to produce show "How Hollywood Makes Movies."
WC 25, pp. 325-326
LOVELADY, BILLY NOLAN
Lovelady, Billy Nolan WC Testimony Employee, TSBD.
Employee of TSBD who possibly handled cartons on 6th floor. Standing on steps of TSBD at 12:30 p.m. 11/22/63 and witnessed assassination. Died Sunday, January 14, 1979, in Denver at age 41, apparently from heart attack.
Warren Report, 137, 143-144; WC Vol 6, p. 338; WC Vol 22, p. 662; CE 3131; CD 206, p. 11; CD 457(b); CD 706(pp); Rush to Judgment, Lane, 354-356; Dallas Morning News, Thurs, 1/18/79; Dallas Times Herald, Fri, 1/19/79, p. B-5
LOVELADY, DOROTHY (MRS. JAMES L.) (DOTTIE)
Employed in TSBD on 11/22/63, but absent from work that day.
WC Vol 22, p. 632; CD 205, p. 505
LOVELADY, LINDA LEE (MISS)
Case worker on staff of Senator John G. Tower. Tower's Executive Secretary, in Old Senate Office Bldg.
WC Vol 22, pp. 5, 8; Dallas Morning News, 11/23/63, p. 5
"In 1947 the CIA was established, just at peak of France's political crisis. The center of unrest was Marseilles, where U.S. intelligence agents were already on the job. Jay Lovestone and Irving Brown, under cover of International Ladies Garment Workers Union, had infiltrated French trade unions and were handing out money left and right" (Kruger, p. 34) Alexander Rorke claimed Lovestone was "pro-socialist." (MMF 2146)
Who's Who in CIA, Mader, p. 318; The Great Heroin Coup, Kruger, p. 34; MMF 2146
LOVING, LOLA (MRS. EUGENE)
Prior to her husband's death, they had conducted Bible schools in Indonesia and in Mexico City. They were in Mexico City from 1956-1958 where they met Albert Osborne, aka John Howard Bowen.
WC Vol 25, pp. 51-52; CD 649, pp. 1-5
LOWE, JOHN E., JR.
Served as supervisor of the U.S. Marshal's office in Dallas from 1960 until 1970.
Dallas Times Herald, 4/11/70
LOWENFELS, WALTER DAVID
Affiliated with the Communist Party. Received a letter, the envelope being imprinted with the name Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas. FBI questioned Assistant Administrator of Parkland on 11/27/63 to learn if these envelopes were accessible to public or only to hospital employees.
CD 301, p. 161
LOWERY, ROY LEE
Lowery, Roy Lee WC Testimony Member, Dallas Police Department
LOWERY, WILLIAM JAMES, JR.
Wife: Ruth. Believed by Dallas police to be members of Communist party. The Lowerys attended Communist front meetings and G.I. Forum meetings. Later Wm. Lowery was proven to be an FBI informant.
WC Vol 26, pp. 325, 810-811; CE 3132; CD 7, p. 15; CD 320; CD 856, p. 118; Dallas Times Herald, 9/26/63, p. A-21; Dallas Morning News, 9/27/63, p. A-5
LOWRIE, ARTHUR L.
DOB: 10/11/30. In Political Section, Arab Republic of Egypt (Cairo)
Who's Who in CIA, p. 319
LOY, LOUIS TOM
Member of "Cellblock Seven" (music group). Sees Jack Ruby at The Levee Oct-Nov 1963.
CE 1677; CD 302, pp. 104-105
LOYAKONO, JOANNA (MRS.)
Attended ninth grade at Beauregard Junior High School with LHO.
CD 75, p. 338
Re taped phone calls in document dated 11/29/63.
CIA 249-662 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10246 , Lifton's pp. 141-143)
LOZANO GUIZAR, GILBERTO
Manager of Mexico City terminal of Transportes Frontera Bus Company.
WC Vol 25, pp. 598-599; CE 2453
"ANNEX C. FORTY-FIVE TERMINATED COVERT FUNDING CONDUITS AND PROJECT ORGANIZATIONS ON 5 April 1968 RAMPARTS LIST THAT WERE NAMED IN PRESS DURING _______." "Eighteen CCS Multipurpose Funding Conduits (Legitimate and Proprietary)." No. 12 is _________ (LPFUNNEL/2, CCS proprietary).
CIA Box 8, Folder 11, Doc 03979 (MMF 1260)
Richard Helms memo re LSD.
LUCAS, LOUIS F.
Executive Director, National Rifle Association.
CD 1309(a), p. 1
CE 2877; CD 105, p. 335
Manager, Lucas B & B. Knew Ruby. Once ordered Ruby out of B & B. When shown picture of LHO, he said he had "never seen him in the company of Jack Ruby."
WC Vol 22, p. 334
LUCAS B & B, RESTAURANT
WC Vol 25, pp. 267, 269
LUCE, CLARE BOOTHE
LUCE, PHILIP ABBOT
Indicted Sept 27, 1963, for Test of Cuba Travel Ban.
WC Vol 22, pp. 567, 580; The Militant, Mon., Oct 7, 1963; Hearings before HCUAA, Oct. 16-Nov 18, 1963, Part 4, p. 901
LUCIO, THELMA (MRS. EUSEBIO)
Thelma was Irish. Eusebio was Mexican. She wrote letters to The Militant.
LUCY, FOREST L.
Clerk with FBI. (1993) With U.S. Marine Corps.
Issued tourist card on Sept 17, 1963, to go to Mexico to attend Congress of Philosophy. (Probably should be Luigi BAGOLINI)
CD 75, p. 573
Furnished letter to FBI (in New Orleans ?). Letter from New Orleans, dated 6/17/64 from B. Artego. Letter written to Alliance, Inc., New York.
CE 2812; CD 1436
LUJAN, DANIEL GUITIERREZ
Lujan, Daniel Gutierrez WC Testimony Appeared in lineup with Oswald.
DOB: 2/15/37. In fourth show-up (11/23/63) with LHO. Fourth man in show-up for William Whaley. Arrested on narcotics charge.
Warren Report, 152; WC Vol 7, p. 201; WC Vol 20, p. 502
LUKACHEK, PAUL E.
Warren Commission spelled it "Lubeachick." Claimed they had nothing on him.
WC Vol 14, p. 13; WC Vol 19, p. 65
LUKER, JOE F.
Recalled Marguerite Oswald who had worked for him as an insurance agent in the Luker's Insurance Agency in Fort Worth, TX, a branch of his agency at Dallas. He recalled that she worked form approximately June 1950 until January 1952. He had considered her services very good.
CD 205, pp. 566-567
LUKOSKIE, MARTIN J.
Central Cover Staff Corporate Branch
MMF 2598, Oct. 27, 1970, CIA document. On the Run, Agee, pp. 51, 86; Secret Agenda, Hougan, pp. 264, 329-331; The Yankee & Cowboy War, Oglesby, p. 278; The American Police State, Wise, pp. 238, 241; The Nation, 12/13/93, p. 720
Educational Director, Communist Party, USA.
CD 1085-E-1, p. 13
LUMPKIN, GEORGE L.
Deputy Chief of Dallas Police. Born in 1912 in Dallas. Died Friday, July 15, 1994. Survived by wife, Katherine; son Michael Lumpkin of Dallas; daughter Maureen Stone of Plano.
WC Vol 25, p. 512; CE 2416; CE 2182; CD 1400a, pp. 1-4; Dallas Morning News, 11/23/63, Section 4, p. 1; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, 45
lunchroom, Texas book depository
Premier of Congo. Killed in 1961 by Katanga forces. LHO refused admission to Lumumba University, Moscow, in May 1961.
LUMUMBA UNIVERSITY, MOSCOW
LUNA, ERNESTO FLORES
Letter from Mexico to Robert F. Kennedy.
LUND, THOMAS W.
Is this a cryptonym? Is it Thomas H. Karamasines? 5 July 1967 letter from LUND to "Willard" (Is this "Willard" the Willard Curtis, alias of ? Winston Scott ?). Letter mentions ROWTON and RIGGS.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10027 (DSL B-52 - B-55); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10026
LUNDAY, RAY H.
Deputy Chief of Dallas Police. Led motorcade.
CE 2182; CD 1400a, pp. 1-4; Dallas Times Herald, 11/22/63, p. 1; Whitewash I, Weisberg, 88; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, 152
Among LHO's effects was an advertisement for Mershon Custom Walnut Grips for hand guns. Lundblad was Office Manager of Mershon Company searched company records but failed to find correspondence or invoices identifiable with any sale to Oswald. No sales to anyone in Russia had been made in some years.
CD 206, p. 40
LUNDGREN, RUPERT WALTER (DR.)
Fourth-year medical student at Southwestern Medical School. He "delivered" Marina Oswald's second child, Rachel, Oct 20, 1963. He signed "Admission Note & Labor Record."
WC Vol 22, pp. 230-231
LUNT, LAWRENCE K.
Imprisoned in Cuba 5/6/65 for 14 years. Former CIA contract employee. Released Mon, 9/17/79, with Claudio Rodriguez Morales, from Mayaguez, Puerto Rico; Juan Tur, 62, of Tampa, FL; Everett Dennis Jackson, 38, Chicago. Lunt has Belgian wife, Beatrice, and 3 sons. His brother is Dr. John Lunt of Saratoga, Wyoming. Lawyer is John Wainright, Washington, D.C.
Dallas Morning News, 9/10/79, p. 18-A; Dallas Morning News, 9/18/79, p. 1-A; Dallas Morning News, 9/19/79, p. 24-A; Dallas Morning News, 9/21/79, p. 6-A; Miami News, 10/11/79, p. 6-A; Spy Trader, Whitney, pp. 254-255
Sales for KLIF. He had Carousel Club pass #222.
CD 4, p. 484
Reporter, Human Affairs Section "Life" Magazine.
CD 1230, pp. 1-2
Business Manager for The Worker.
CD 166, p. 30
Principal, William Frantz School.
CE 2199; CD 152, pp. 57-58
Lutz, Monty HSC Testimony Firearms expert.
LUX, J. PHILIP
Lux, J. Philip Affidavit Employee, H. L. Green Co
Re: Oscar Contreras. Lvillamar was one of the "leaders of the group."
CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 464)
LYALYA, ----- (LARISSA PETROVANA PETRUSEVICH)
One of Marina's "best girl friends" in Minsk.
CD 1516, p. 3
Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department, Intelligence Section. Re: Gedney, Doyle and Abrams.
89A-DL-60165-36 (MMF 2378-2381); 89A-DL-60165-41
LYKES, BROS. STEAMSHIP CO., INC.
"Passenger Immigration Questionnaire--Leaving United States" dated Sept 16, 1959, filled out by LHO. Cajigas sought Lykes' backing in 1960.
CE 1947; FBI Item-D-26; MMF 2092
LYLES, JENNINGS RALPH
Met Jack Ruby "about four years ago" at the Vegas Club on Oak Lawn. Lyles became a member of the Sovereign Club.
WC Vol 25, p. 382; CE 2402
LYLES, W. J.
According to a 2/25/64 memo, Jack Ruby sent a pistol to Lyles in Las Vegas.
LYNCH, DAVID J.
A note at bottom of cover sheet for Oswald's 201 file reads: "Pls order for D. Lynch, SR/CI/P, 1044AJ (mail address)"
CIA 1-1B (Lifton's p. 3)
Re Earl Ruby.
WC Vol 26, p. 460; CE 2978; CD 375, p. 4
With United States Department of State, Security Office. On 11/23/63, he advised FBI that Oswald had been contacted in Moscow by John McVickar, Priscilla Johnson, and Mrs. G. Stanley Brown.
CD 49, p. 24
LYNCH, JESS WILLARD
Managed boarding house in Dallas for Mrs. Bertha Cheek and her sister, Mrs. Earlene Roberts. Arrest record attached to CD 1268. FBI # 1-762-852
CD 205, pp. 453-460; CD 1261; CD 1268
LYNCH, LILLY R.
WC Vol 25, p. 296
LYNCH, MARGARET (MRS.)
LYNN, PIXIE SEE SMITH, HELEN K.
LYNN, SHARI (AKA SHERRI, SHERRY) (KAY GARCIA)
Married to Joe Garcia, musician who worked for Jack Ruby from time to time.
WC Vol 25, p. 360
LYNUM, CURTIS O.
DOB: 1918. Special Agent in Charge of FBI's 132-county Dallas office, transferred April 15, 1963, to San Francisco. Later transferred to Honolulu. He was replaced by Gordon J. Shanklin of the Honolulu office. A Minnesota native, son of Norwegian immigrants, was in charge of Dallas office from December of 1958 to April 1963. Lynum replaced Edward L. Boyle as Special Agent in Charge. Lynum's two children: Larry Lynum, born 1950; and Bonnie Lynum, born 1951.
LHO's INS File, 10/27/61 (MMF 1591); Dallas Morning News, Sun, 3/31/63
On Mediterranean cruise 11/22/63.
WC Vol 22, p. 345
LYONS, K. E.
Dallas police special officer. Rode in car taking LHO from Texas Theater to DPD 11/22/63. Others in car: Lt. Paul Bentley, C.E. Walker, Jerry Hill and Bob Carroll.
CE 2003, p. 240; CD 7, p. 224
LYONS, ROBERT B.
Special Agent, FBI. On 11/27/63, he contacted Division of Public Assistance, Bureau of Family Services, a branch of Health, Education and Welfare, about the Oswalds return to the United States in 1962.
CD 49, p. 22