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Sources: CIA 150, p. 2; CIA 61-575 (CIA Box 3, Vol 1, Doc 02127 - MMF 672) (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10337, Lifton's pp. 368-371); CIA 187-622; CIA Box 6, Folder 5, Doc 02824 (MMF 559); CIA Box 7, Folder 7, Doc 03286 (MMF 181); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10080 and JFK 104-10015-10288, Lifton's pp. 234-238 (Originally released as CIA 87-564); KGB, John Barron, pp. 230-52; New York Times, 1-7-92; Boston Globe, 1-10-92; Los Angeles Times, 1-10-92, p. A-1
KGB in charge of Mexico City Embassy from 1961 until March 21, 1971, when he was expelled for attempting to cause a revolution in Mexico. Oleg, his wife Lydia, and their two small children arrived in Mexico City in 1961. 16 April 196(2?) Sabena employee Cervantes invited Nechiporenko to dinner for Igor Oistrakh. Nechiporenko is deceased by February 19, 2002, re Tony Summers to Bob Dorff.

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