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Cryptonym: AMOT-99

Definition:
Julio Fernandez Gonzalez. Fernandez Gonzalez was employed by the Intelligence and Security Commission of the FRD (AMIRON/AMBRUSH) for about two months in 1961. He received POA on 10 May, 1961 for use as a member of AMOT Admin Staff.
Status:
Documented
Discussion:
AMOT-99's POA was cancelled on 24 July, 1962.
Sources:

104-10065-10155: INFORMATION ON JULIO FERNANDEZ MOLINO AND OTHERS

These notes identify his crypt as AMOT-99, date of birth 5/10/35, and bio file as 201-299222. "He was employed by the Intelligence and Security Commission of the FRD (AMIRON/AMBRUSH) for about two months in 1961. He was brought into it by Julio Pascual Abril. He stated in a letter to Hernan Henriquez Lorca, anti-Castro Cuban in Madrid who informed the FBI (who told us in memo dated 2 November 1961) that he 'was about to take a trip to Cuba to take material to anti-Castro elements, trip being financed by CIA.' He received POA 10 May 1961 for use as member of AMOT Admin Staff. File does not say who dropped from it, but when last contacted was working for Dixie Lily Products Company (a wholesale grocery outfit) as an accountant at $50 weekly in December 1961. POA cancelled 24 July 1962."

104-10143-10048: DRAFT DOCUMENT: COMMENTS ON BOOK V, SSC FINAL REPORT, "THE INVESTIGATION OF THE ASSASSINATIN OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY: PERFORMANCE OF THE INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES

This document identifies AMOT-99 as Julio Fernandez Gonzalez and provides a short biography regarding his time with the FRD Cuban exile group that was funded by the CIA.

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Contributors:
Bill Simpich • Carmine Savastano

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