CIA Cryptonyms: HU

The CIA cryptonyms on this page show those which are begin with the two-letter bigram HU. Bigrams are used to group cryptonyms into sets related to a particular category, based on characteristics such as geographic location (AM => Cuba) or other methods of grouping (KU => organizations of the CIA itself).

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HU

HUDigraph for operations and assets in Costa Rica.
HUBUMP-1Unknown identity. A memo in December of 1964 from CIA COS, Costa Rica, stated that Raimundo Quidiello Castillo, a local JURE representative, had informed HUBUMP-1 that he was being blackmailed by Manuel Antonio Strasburger, a former business partner. [status: Unknown]
HUGALLY-1Unknown identity. A Field Information Report of February of 1968 described HUGALLY-1 of Costa Rica as a high-level member of the National Liberation Party (PLN) who has access to and the confidence of top leaders of his party." [status: Unknown]
HULAKE-1Flores Fernando Vega Lopez, San Juan source on the activities of Manuel Artime during 1963. Also referred to as Flores Fernandez Vega Lopez. [status: Probable]
HUMAILJose Figueras, former President of Costa Rica. HUMAIL was probably a CIA asset/agent in Costa Rica. A cable in May 1960 stated that HUMAIL and President Betancourt were successful in resolving issues between Tony Varona and Sanchez Arango.
HUMAP-9Lt. Colonel Fernando Figuls Quiros, head of Costa Rica's Security Agency and aide to the President.

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