CIA Cryptonyms: HY

The CIA cryptonyms on this page show those which are begin with the two-letter bigram HY. 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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HY

HYDigraph for operations and assets in Panama.
HYABA Panamanian with an unknown identity. In a October 1963 CIA cable, HYAB was described as a long term asset. In addition, a 1967 dispatch stated that HYAB had a series of meetings with Oleg Nechiporenko in the latter half of 1963 and into 1964, with money being exchanged between the two. [status: Unknown]
HYHULA-1Either Dr. Marcos A. Roble or Dr. Mario J. de Obaldia, both Panamanians. A cable on June 8, 1962, stated that AMBUD-1 (Jose Miro Cardona) would have supper with HYHULA-1 and Dulcido Gonzalez (arrangements made by AMTEASE-1 - Heriberto Corona Mendez). [status: Speculative]
HYLILY-1Heriberto Corona Mendez, CRC representative in Panama. Became AMTEASE-1.
HYSAGE-1Thelma King, Panamanian legislator and double or triple agent. She indicated to CIA officer Jake Esterline on 11/22/63 that she knew Oswald and said that "Castro would never do that". Had dual loyalties to Cuba and the United States.

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