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Cryptonym: AMHAZE-2736

Definition:
Unknown identity. AMHAZE-2736 was a trainee, who in New Orleans on April 20, 1961, was given $100 and a ticket to his home in New York City.
Status:
Unknown
Sources:

157-10011-10069: BACKGROUND MATERIAL RE: CIA ACTIVITIES PRIOR TO BAY OF PIGS

05/00/75: CIA originated SSCIA report from E. H. Knocke to David W. Belin: Pages 12-14: ..."'On 20 April 1961 (REDACTION) the reporting agent returned to New Orleans at the instructions of (REDACTION) Headquarters, to effect the release of the two trainees and Subject who were still in jail. In addition, three trainees, who were in a motel on the outskirts of New Orleans were to be released. 'Immediately upon arrival, arrangements were made to release the three trainees at the motel. AMHAZE trainee (REDACTION) #2736, was given one hundred dollars and provided with a ticket to his home in New York City. He was not escorted...'At approximately 1700 hours on 21 April 1961, Subject was taken to 17 Battery Place, New York City, where he was met by his employer, Mr. Alfredo Garcia of the firm, Naviera Del Golfo Company. Here, Uchupi's personal effects were given to him and he was given one hundred dollars...'"

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Gavin McDonald

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