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CIA 116-50 re-release as CIA Doc JFK-104-10015-10153, p. 1; CIA 119-51 re-release as CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10154; Give Us This Day, E. Howard Hunt, pp. 9, 26, 35, 37, 46, 77-78, 101-102, 145, 176-177, 181-183, 188, 180-191, 194, 197, 200-203, 206, 208-210; CIA 158-610, re-released as CIA JFK 104-10015-10168, Lifton's pp. 91-93


"Knight" = Headquarters Chief of Propaganda Operations. "Knight was a tall, almost theatrically handsome man who had spent most of his CIA career on the outside, i.e. under cover. He spoke fluent Spanish and at one time had owned and edited a Spanish newspaper." (GUTD, p. 26) "After the war I moved to New York, sold a play, and used the money to go to Chile, to become a writer. Why don't you buy the 'South Pacific Mail?' asked the American consul in Valparaiso, Chili - more than 30 years ago - as he handed me an official-looking envelope. ... at age 27, [I] became the copublisher and editor of a British newspaper touted as the oldest English-language publication in Latin America." (Secret Wars Diary, David Atlee Phillips, pp. 33-34). CIA 116-50 and CIA 158-610 re-releases To: Curtis from Knight.

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