CIA Cryptonyms: CI

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CI

CIDigraph for Venezuela.
CIARK-1May have been the father of Rafael Rivas Vasquez. Described as a medium level Venezuelan Government official with contacts among Cuban exiles. [status: Speculative]
CIFENCECentral Documentation Service (SCD) in Venezuela, described in a 1970 cable as a "newly established (REDACTION) security service."
CIFENCE-4Luis Posada. This cryptonym was used after the use of AMCLEVE-15.
CIFENCE-5Unknown identity. A dispatch in November of 1969 stated that CIFENCE-5 was formerly CIVISTA-8, and that CIFENCE-5's 201 number was 201-287019. [status: Unknown]
CIGOAL-1Marcus Diaz Lanz. A dispatch in August of 1961 appeared to assign the 201 number of 201-286705 to AMOT-6 (probably Marcus Diaz Lanz). A cable in December, 1967, mentioned that CIGOAL-1's 201 number was 201-286705. [status: Probable]
CIHUMP-1Jose de Jesus Planas. Was appointed Assistant Secretary of Labor in the new Cuban labor movement in early January 1959. Also appointed to posts in this organization were Reinaldo Pico and Reinol Gonzalez Moure (Gonzalez).
CIMOTIF-1A member of the JURE Cuban exile group that fled Panama and traveled with Manolo (Manuel) Ray. [status: Probable]
CIRAKEFrente Sindical Democratico Anti-Comunista de America Latina. Organized by Eusebio Mujal. Its leader was Maxwell Raab, formerly in Eisenhower's cabinet. [status: Probable]
CIRAKE-1Eusebio Mujal, who organized the Frente Sindical Democratico Anti-Comunista de America Latina. CIRAKE-1's chief asset was Cuban right-wing journalist Salvador Romani. [status: Probable]
CIRAKE-3Salvador Romani. A cable on March 6, 1964, from Caracas described CIRAKE-3 as a "foreign journalist in Venezuela who has extensive contacts in the Cuban exile community and who has been a reliable reporter on exile activities in the past." [status: Probable]
CIRAKE-6Hermenegildo Restiouto Moriyon Triano. According to a cable in late September of 1960, Moriyon was a former Cuban senator from Organizacion Authentica, and was then currently living in Venezuela. [status: Probable]
CIRASHVenezuelan police agency DIGEPOL, which was transformed into the intelligence organization DISIP in 1969.
CIRASH-4Erasto Fernandez Betancourt, director of DIGEPOL. A cable in September of 1967 stated that Fernandez had a 201 number of 201-324359. A cable in January, 1968, mentioned that CIRASH-4's 201 number was 201-324359, matching Fernandez's.
CIRASH-6Orlando Garcia Vasquez. Involved in smuggling arms to Autentico party chief Carlos Prio in Cuba during the 1950s. Others investigated in this particular arms trade included Robert Ray McKeown. McKeown had at least one meeting with Jack Ruby, who also was involved in Cuban arms trade.
CIRATAL-1Unknown identity. A cable in September of 1962 stated that CIRASH-6 (Orlando Garcia Vasquez) was CIRATAL-1's advisor on Cuban matters. [status: Unknown]
CITASTEDirector of Central Intelligence Allen Dulles
CITUTOR-1Rafael Tremols Fresneda, DRE member in Caracas.
CIWOODSIFA Armed Forces Intelligence Service, the intelligence agency of the Argentine air force.

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