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Cryptonym: LITALUS-2

Definition:
Agent conducting surveillance in Mexico City. His case officer in 1963 was Thomas Hazlett aka Clyde Shryock.
Status:
Unknown
Sources:

104-10073-10340: ARRIVALS FROM HAVANA

4/27/63 JMGIN memo: "LITALUS-2 assigned surveillance team (on Ana Goutman, Argentine woman who recently arrived from Cuba to Mexico)...at Cuban embassy (she) met Teresa Proenza, Cuban Communist cultural attache and Maricarmen Olibarri, Spanish employee (at) Cuban consulate. (Note: After Olilbarri died in an odd car accident, she was replaced by Silvia Duran.) LITALUS-1 and 2 were assigned to find out their addresses "ASAP".

104-10211-10108: DISPATCH: REQUEST FOR ASSESSMENTS LITALUS/1 AND 2

11/5/63 dispatch from Win Scott, Mexico City station chief to Chief, Santo Domingo station: Shryock/Hazlett had no time to conduct assessments of LITALUS-1 and LITALUS-2 as he left the station. He had been there working with them for six and a half years. "The LITALUSes asked their present case officer, Marvin A. Cabot, to pass on to SHRYOCK their warm personal regards."

104-10072-10187: POSSIBLE IDENTITY OF MEXICAN KGB AGENT, (FNU) MORA

6/6/69 dispatch: LITALUS-2 is described as "a LITEMPO agent who was assigned to keep Dolores de la Mora under surveillance". De la Mora was considered to be a possible Mexican KGB agent.

Contributors:
Bill Simpich

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