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CIA 102-574 (re-released as CIA JFK 104-10015-10130, Lifton's pp. 79-87); The Circus, West, pp. 105, 167; Cold Warrior, Tom Mangold, pp. 251-253, 414; The Family Weekly; List of CIA Agents, Smith; The Mole, Hood, pp. 277-281; Molehunt, David Wise, p. 169; New York Times, Oct. 18, 1949, p. 1; State Department Biographic Register; Washington Post, 9/16/85, B13; Warriors of the Night, Volkman, 197-198; Wilderness of Mirrors, Martin, 95-96, 114; Who's Who in CIA, Mader; Who's Who in Espionage, Payne & Dobson, p. 138.


DOB: October 7, 1922; 1942-1944 - Lt. Commander in ONI of U.S. Navy; 1956 - Dept.of State working for CIA; 1960 - Security Officer in Dept of State in Washington; operated in Vienna, Austria 1956-57; and in Moscow 1957-59; (expelled from USSR in 1959 for subversive activities); he was Chief of Security at Moscow Embassy on Oct. 16, 1959 (day Lee Harvey Oswald arrived in Moscow); that day, Oct 16, 1959, Russians grabbed Langelle off street and subjected him to hostile interrogation; released him 2 hours later but ordered him to leave USSR within 3 days. Received copy of transcript of Oswald's telephone conversations while in Mexico City.

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