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Cryptonym: LIBRIFORM

Definition:
A CIA source of unique information regarding the Czechoslovakian Embassy located in Mexico City.
Status:
Probable
Sources:

104-10414-10124: MEXICO CITY STATION HISTORY

Within the official history of the Mexico City Station a section refers to LIBRIFORM stating "The station obtained unique intelligence on the Czechoslovakian Embassy with the recruitment of LIBRIFORM and the surreptitious entry of LINIMENT (Czech Embassy). A move of their Embassy shortly after this operation thwarted plans for future entries."

104-10072-10231: CE REVIEW OF FILE MATERIAL (MOSTLY ON OLDRICH NOVICKY IN MARCH 1967

An October 1963 report from LIBRIFORM offers information on two Czechoslovakian intelligence employees Oldrich Novicky and Lubormir Blazik that confirmed they were the most important Czech intelligence officers within the Czechoslovakia's Mexico City Embassy.

104-10098-10205: OPERATIONAL - MONTHLY REPORT

A November 1963 intelligence report from LIBRIFORM contains additional information on the Czechoslovakian Embassy and Trade Mission in Mexico City. The report contains biographical information on several possible targets and sources of intelligence for assessment by the CIA's Mexico City Station. Jose Curi is identified among the targets and the Agency was interested in Curi because of his relation by marriage to the Cuban Minster of Justice.

Contributors:
Carmine Savastano

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