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Cryptonym: KUBARK

Definition:
CIA.
Status:
Documented
Sources:

Flawed Patriot, by Bayard Stockton, p. 328

from the book: KU was an activity within CIA, which was itself KUBARK.

104-10331-10093: MEMO: ORGANIZATION CRYPTS IN THE JFK FILE

This 1993 CIA document lists various crypts and their definitions. KUBARK is identified as simply "CIA".

Cable on Warren Commission's Expectations of KUBARK: CABLE ON THE WARREN COMMISSIONS EXPECTATIONS OF KUBARK

In this cable discussing what expectations the Warren Commission would have of the CIA, CIA headquarters referred to itself as KUBARK.

1993.08.09.17:47:57:960031: CABLE RE MEMBERS OF GROUP HEADED BY ROLAND MASFERER ROJAS (CUBAN AND H

10/5/62 interview of John V. Martino a few days after his release for prison. He was apparently CIA agent WH-925, marked in marginalia throughout the document. "Subject stated he had lived in Florida since 1935 and that he was self-employed in the installation and maintenance of electronic controls for security in gambling casinos. Subject was suffering from a serious kidney disease and appeared to be rather drawn and thin after being in jail for so many years...during the initial interview his attorney Fernando Colomar Lluck...was present to represent Mr. Martino." On 7/23/59 he was arrested in Havana with his son Edward. He believed the arrest was in retaliation for the remarks he had made on WGBS radio while in Miami against the Castro regime. He was accused of flying a private airplane into Cuba to fly someone out clandestinely. He denied it. Martino claimed that three G-2 agents were introduced within the prison population, and then sent by boat to the US as intelligence agents. See 104-10071-10035: "(One of the three, an) alleged agent was Anna Rita Rodriguez, who works as a telephone operator in a New York hotel which is located near the UN building. She is the alleged payoff agent for the New York area." This information was checked out by TFW/CI.

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