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Cryptonym: LIOSAGE

Definition:
Ferguson Dempster, friend of Win Scott, head of British intelligence in Mexico.
Status:
Unknown
Sources:

Jefferson Morley, Our Man in Mexico, p. 244.

Ferguson Dempster was the head of British intelligence in Mexico, good friend of Win Scott.

Spartacus Educational, "Janet Leddy": http://spartacus-educational.com/JFKleddyJ.htm

After Winston Scott retired in 1969, he "remained in Mexico City and along with Ferguson Dempster set up a company called Diversified Corporate Services." Dempster remarked: "We established ourselves as consultants for people who wanted to do business in Mexico. However, Thomas C. Mann claimed that Scott was running "his own personal intelligence organization... The Mexicans wanted to use his expertise and knowledge of Mexico, especially the intelligence side of it."

104-10129-10097: CABLE RE DEATH BENEFITS FOR MRS. CURTIS

4/29/71 Memo from C/WH/3 to Director: Immediately after Win Scott's death, his wife reported that she thought Dempster had helped Scott write his manuscript.

104-10247-10419: LETTER: AS YOU ARE AWARE, THE GARRISON INVESTIGATION OF THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION HAS PROMPTED A RASH OF SPECTACULAR ALLEGATIONS AND CHARGES

6/14/67 memo from Thomas Lund/William Broe to Willard/Win Scott: It would be unfortunate if LIOSAGE were to learn that we were privy to his information - in particular, what Scott had said to him.

Contributors:
Jefferson Morley • Peter Dale Scott • Bill Simpich

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