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CD 698; CD 710; CIA 118-584; CIA 127-589; CIA 155-607; CIA 239-90A; CIA 259-673; CIA 320-116; CIA 387-738; CIA 416-755; CIA 637-799; HSCA Reel 52, Box 29, Folder H, I, Q (AMKW 30); The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, p. 188; Oswald and the CIA, Newman, pp. 237-239, 244, 301


DOB: 5/13/31. POB: Los Angeles. Black journalist and translator. US Passport #B-131994. Interviewed in Paris December 1963 re Oswald. Did not know him. He worked for FPCC in New York in 1962. Vincent Lee replaced Gibson as head of FPCC in New York. On 11/27/63, Richard Helms cabled Bern and suggested having "ostensible consular officer" call in Gibson and question him (CIA 155-607).

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