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Cryptonym: AMLILAC-22

Definition:
Unknown identity. A November 1967 CIA Information Report stated that AMLILAC-22 was associated with Rolando Masferrer Rojas. AMLILAC-22 apparently obtained information from Julio Aton Constanzo Palau.
Status:
Unknown
Sources:

104-10071-10167: FIELD INFORMATION REPORT: "ALLEGED ASSOCIATION OF FULGENCIO BATISTA, JUAN PERON, DOMINICAN GENERAL ANTONIO IMBERT BARRERA, AND ROLANDO MASFERRER ROJAS IN PLAN FOR ACTION IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC"

11/26/67, Cable from JMWAVE to Director: Slugline INTEL AKULE JMUNION: "SUPDATA: ZRWAHOO. AMLILAC-22....WAVE registry card on Jimenez reads 'ACSI source SD 15274 per master list. 16 April 1966.' Field Comment paragraph 4 from JMWILLOW-4 (JMWAVE 3306)..." Pages 2-3: "COUNTRY: Dominican Republic/Spain/Argentina/Cuba. ACQ,: United States, Miami (28-29 November 1967) UFG-9176. SOURCE: A Cuban emigre resident in Miami. Source has good contacts among Cuban activists in the emigre community. Source has not reported frequently in the past, but he is considered to be an accurate and reliable reporter of what he has heard. He obtained this information from Julio Aton Constanzo Palau, who obtained it from Papucho Morales, father of the fiancee of Adolfo Jimenez Aguilera (see paragraph 3). Morales was described by Constanzo as a wealthy Dominican who made a substantial financial contribution to President Joaquin Balaguer's electoral campaign. Constanzo said that Morales travelled frequently between the Dominican Republic and Miami. SUMMARY: A Cuban emigre in Miami who has been associated with Rolando Masferrer Rojas, former Cuban Senator, in plotting action designed to overthrow the Government of Haiti and establish a base there for activity against Fidel Castro in Cuba has said that Fulgencio Batista, Juan Peron, and former Dominican General Antonio Imbert Barrera have made plans for 'some type of action' in the Dominican Republic. A planned step in implementing the action failed when an arms-carrying emissary was arrested in Santo Domingo because his contact in the customs service had been involved in an accident and could not appear at the appointed time. End summary..."

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