In 1958, Louis Puckett replaced Harry Mahoney as lead officer for LIENTRAP.
11/13/59 memorandum from Win Scott for Chief/FI: "...LIENTRAP is used to provide photographic coverage of important station targets which do not justify a more permanent photographic base...(it) has been used for the timely coverage of various Central American exile group activities, the...CTAL headquarters, several counterespionage targets, the LITACIT and LITABBY targets and several one-time operations of intelligence interest."
As of late 1960, Raymond Gerende was the lead handling LIENTRAP. It took photos and conducted pretext investigations of targets such as the apartment building of Olga Castillo de Ledon and the residence of Cesar Gonzalez Sanchez.
As of early 1964, Gerende continued to work as cutout for LIMITED, LILYRIC and the alternate cutout for LIENTRAP. The latter used mostly on PCM and exile Communists in Mexico.
This vehicle and its several support agents focused on the Soviet embassy - not the Cuban embassy.
"Mobile surveillance photo truck".