104-10169-10227: Written list of Cryptonyms and Identities
A listing of CIA cryptonyms and corresponding identities that reveals the name of AMLASH-2 is Jorge Robreno. http://documents.theblackvault.com/documents/jfk/NARA-July2017/JFK-July_2017_Release-Formerly_released_in_part/104-10169-10227.pdf
The document states that AMLASH-2 was informed about a substantial quantity of Cuban Government jewels were sold to Carlos Tepedino Gonzalez. Gonzales was a close friend of Rolando Cubela (AMLASH) who the CIA recruited for a plot against Fidel Castro.
The document offers that "AMLASH-2 and AMLASH-3 stated they were interested in establish contact with KUBARK (CIA)". AMLASH-2 offers that he did not solicit contact with CIA's asset AMNIP-1 because he "had been waiting for his father and wife to get out of Cuba."
Jorge Robreno is stated to have been "...a minor official who shot and seriously wounded an employee of the United States Embassy, not long before the break-off of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba." Robreno was also noted to have been the President of the Revolutionary Tribunal and having "...dozens of death penalties to his credit, moreover, (Robreno) has occasionally directed the execution squads and fired the final shot himself." Agency informants reported he attended trials in a complete state of intoxication, and he publicly boasts of death and prison sentences..." In 1963 Robreno became the Chief of the African Countries' Division of the Commercial Policy Department in the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Trade.
Robreno in a 1965 document is described as "...a 30 year old lawyer who participated in student revolutionary activities against Batista. After the collapse of Batista, Robreno participated in the trials of anti-Castroites and headed the firing squads which executed numerous people. He had been a drunkard and brawler for years, often has had difficulties with police and has been a wife beater..."
6/16/65 memo, parties' names redacted: "Following believed to know generalities of assassination plan (of AMLASH-1): "AMBIDDY-1, AMBANG-1, QUHOPS, AMLASH-2, AMLASH-3, UNSNAFU-9, Chino Venegas."
7/29/69 telepouch from Chief of Station, WH/Miami to Chief, Western Hemisphere Division: Carlos J. Robreno Marieguez is identified as 201-751639, who reported AMLASH-1's activities in Paris at his trial. AMLASH-1 "was accused of being a divisionist not a traitor. Divisionist label arranged by Raul Castro and Pepin Naranjo. Label has stuck with subject since trial. Subject, although imprisoned, has fared much better than Efigenio Ameijeiras (201-250391)." Signed by Albert K. Danziger.