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Cryptonym: LIFEUD-1

Definition:
Unidentified individual who retired from the LIFEAT program in 1963, played a valuable role in protecting LIFEAT.
Status:
Unknown
Sources:

104-10413-10294 DISPATCH:LIFEAT PROGRESS REPORT/JULY 1963

Prior to his retirement in 1963, LIFEUD-1 had the status of an "employee of confidence". He used to be able to "protect" LIFEAT, and is seeking to regain the status he formerly enjoyed.

104-10188-10040 DISPATCH: SUBJECT - LIFEAT PROGRESS REPORT/ APRIL, MAY, JUNE 1963 104-10188-10040 DISPATCH: SUBJECT - LIFEAT PROGRESS REPORT/ APRIL, MAY, JUNE 1963

After working at LIFEAT for about a decade, LIFEUD-1 was called in and asked to retire, while accepting a commission as a part-time investigator. It is hoped he will be able to continue providing LIFEAT access to phone company lines. Before his retirement, he was able to backstop LIFEUD-2 and LIFEUD-3 when they were in areas of the city outside of their normal work areas.

104-10413-10054: PROJECT LIFEAT RENEWAL

After LIFEAT lost access to the "telephone centrals" in late 63, this project had to rely on listening posts until LIFEUD-1 assessed a candidate (LIFEUD-32) that was able to regain access to the centrals by late 64.

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Contributors:
Bill Simpich

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