CIA Cryptonyms: SL

The CIA cryptonyms on this page show those which are begin with the two-letter bigram SL. 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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SLABBA-1Oscar Gonzalez Lugones, secretary in the Cuban embassy in Holland.
SLALOM-1Unknown identity. According to Frank C. Esquivel, WH/COG/FI, SLALOM-1 was close to Nestor Ramirez, a CURAPESCA representative. Cables in 1975 stated that SLALOM-1 was in New York. [status: Unknown]
SLANK-1Cuban intelligence officer Vladimir Lahera Rodriguez, who defected to U.S. via Canada in April 1964, and was interrogated about Oswald in addition to other matters. Originally AMMUG-1, he became SLANK-1 during the 1970s.
SLASH-1Roberto Rodriguez Llompart. Close friend of defector and former Cuban intelligence officer, Vladimir Lahera Rodriguez (AMMUG-1) and target for defection by the CIA in the 1970's. Originally AMETROPIA-1.
SLEEPERThis project used a Cuban official within the Communist Party to gather intelligence. [status: Probable]
SLFAT-1DGI officer, Ramon Cesar Cuenca Montato, G-2 chief of Matanzas Province.
SLFREE-1Irving Richard Poyle, jailed in Cuba between 1964-1973. At the time of JFK's death, the CIA was planning a meeting with him in Mexico regarding the AMROD operation with officer Oliver Fortson, whose actual identity remains uncertain.
SLIGO-31Unknown identity. A dispatch in November of 1972 stated that SLIGO-31 was a friend of Rogelio Cisneros (AMBANG-4). The dispatch also mentioned that Cisneros was a close friend of Rigoberto Sandoval. [status: Unknown]
SLINCTelegram indicator for CIA's Guatemalan covert operations headquarters in Florida.
SLIPSTREAMCuban defector - he identified the "Mystery Man" in Mexico City as Juriy (Yuri) Maskelov and Guillermo Alonso Pujol/AMECRU-1 as a Cuban intelligence agent. [status: Unknown]
SLLARCENY-1Man who claims he learned about three groups that worked together to kill JFK. [status: Unknown]

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