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Cryptonym: LILISP

Definition:
A funding mechanism for covert action projects in Mexico.
Status:
Documented
Sources:

104-10211-10050: DISPATCH: STATUS REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER 1963

LILISP M Status Report for Sept. 1963: 660,000 copies of the LILISP bulletin were distributed among Catholics. (Copies have been forwarded via KMFORGET)

Jefferson Morley, Our Man in Mexico, p. 121

LILISP paid 95 percent of the costs of a Catholic Church periodical,

104-10414-10124: MEXICO CITY STATION HISTORY

Funding mechanism for covert action projects in Mexico. As projects were approved, dependent on this mechanism for funding, they had cryptonyms LILISP A, B, C, D and through the alphabet to N.

104-10211-10117: DISPATCH: PROGRESS REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 1963

Progress Report for LILISP E, Sept-Oct 1963: Documents convinced the Somozas from supporting Carlos Prio; architects to boycott September Architects' Congress in Havana in favor of October convention in Mexico.

104-10211-10432: DISPATCH: COVERT ACTION PROJECT

10/14/63 - Director of the bulletin is __LABILE, he is elderly but CIA officer Rikon is careful in choosing a successor.

104-10218-10225: MEMO: COMMENTS ON PROPOSED PROJECT LIHUFF

Gabe Lowe, 4/8/63, memorandum for the record: LINOODLE, LILISP E, and LISIREN were all involved in press placement and publications - in Lowe's opinion, no need for funding the LIHUFF organization which has other sources for funds.

See Also:
Contributors:
Jefferson Morley • Bill Simpich

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