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Cryptonym: KUCLUB

Definition:
CIA Office of Communications.
Status:
Documented
Sources:

FRUS, 1952-1954: Guatemala, p.xvi: Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954: Guatemala

This State Department publication lists KUCAGE as "Office of Communications."

FRUS, 1952-1954: Guatemala, p.187: Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954: Guatemala

The same State Department volume on Guatemala during the time of the CIA-led coup discusses KUCLUB radio operations.

104-10522-10167: CABLE:PETER K. WOODHEAD ARRIVED, MET BY DCOS AND GOT

According to this document, the interrogation of Gilberto Alvarado Ugarte, the Nicaraguan agent with the story of having seen Oswald accept money in the Cuban Embassy to kill Kennedy, was conducted in an apartment "used by KUCLUB personnel."

104-10049-10363: DISPATCH

This dispatch discusses the installation of recording equipment in the office of QDDALE (William Pawley), and mentions the possibility of borrowing a recorder from the "local KUCLUB people."

Contributors:
Jerry Ennis • MFF

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