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Cryptonym: DEPIGRAM

Definition:
Source and spotter for the Corsicans. In 1960, a CIA official recommended that he be "eliminated" - "cut out of the operation" after choosing QJ-WIN.
Status:
Unknown
Sources:

104-10054-10366: DISPATCH OF ENVELOPE FOR JAMES N. RABNEY

October 1960: James Rabney's notes re his discussions with the Rome Station. "DEPIGRAM, Italian REDACTED rep, as source and spotter for Corsicans. Altman to pick his brain and pinpoint his ability do this job for us, but once selection made, DEPIGRAM to be eliminated. DEPIGRAM believes (CIA) handling as matter of convenience in behalf of Narcotics Bureau. REDACTED to follow up with DEPIGRAM on word from HQS. Purpose is selection of one or two Corsicans as entry men to be teamed with Triestino safecracker."

104-10506-10028: MEMO: LATIN AMERICA DIVISION TASK FORCE REPORT OF POSSIBLE CUBAN COMPLICITY IN THE JOHN F. KENNEDY ASSASSINATION

DEPIGRAM, REDACTED Interpol representative, REDACTED Altman to pick his brain and pinpoint his ability to do this job for us, but once selection made, DEPIGRAM to be cut out of the operation."

Contributors:
Bill Simpich

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