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Cryptonym: AMICE-14

Definition:
Miguel A. Diaz Isalgue, a "principal" in the AMTRUNK operation.
Status:
Documented
Sources:

104-10102-10226: AMTRUNK OPERATION

104-10225-10008: AMSTALK-1

"Recruited as AMTRUNK team leader March 1963; became P/A and team leader for several AMTRUNK ops...he recruited AMTRUNK-10 (Ramon Guin Diaz) and possibly AMTRUNK-11 (Carlos Pedraza) who in December 1965 were arrested with AMLASH-1 for counter-revolutionary activities. Tried in March 1966. Serving 30 years." By 1966, he was known as AMSTALK-1.

104-10247-10327 DISPATCH: TRANSMITTAL OF LCFLUTTER RESULTS - AMICE-14

Paul Napolilli wrote that on 3/6/63 AMICE-14 was fluttered at the request of Irving Peggins. Examiner did not believe that an adequate interpretation of the results was possible. "Subject is a member of AMICE-27's group which was turned over to KUBARK with a plan of their own making for an operation against Cuba."

104-10215-10170: Memorandum: Contacts of AMTRUNK-10

9/27/63 memo: AMICE-14 was living with Cubela and Faure Chaumont in the US months after Cubela Killed the Cuban intelligence chief.

104-10247-10275: DEBRIEFING OF MIGUEL DIAZ INSALGUE

6/23/61 cable from Chief of Base, JMWAVE to Chief, WH: Miguel Diaz left Marathon on 4/12/61 with 800 pounds of C-3 and C-4 as well as small arms and ammunition. In Havana at time of Bay of Pigs.

104-10247-10244: SUBJECT HAS RECORD OF LOYAL SERVICE CLANDESTINE OPS (AMICE)

11/20/61 cable, slugline JMZIP KUCAGE AMICE, from JMWAVE to Director: "Subject record of loyal service clandestine ops (five black exfiltrations) in and out of (Cuba) plus avowed anticommunism offsets ref ODIBEX source (illegible) C-6. Unless advised otherwise WAVE plans continue AMICE infil training." Chief of Station comment: "Concerned Miguel Diaz Isalgue."

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