Pseudonym: Antonelli, Albert
Amori, WH/4/OPS SUPPORT, was the Coordinating Officer for a cable in January of 1961. Furthermore, a CIA document in July, 1961, stated that Albert Amori was the case officer of Evelio Duque Miyar.
Amori, C/TFW/INTEL OPS SPT, was the Authenticating Officer for a cable in November of 1962. In addition, on a letter by Lawrence R. Houston in April, 1963, Amori's rank was cited as DDP/SAS/Intel/Ops Spt.
01/26/61: Cable from BELL to JMWAVE (Orig: Gordon Rockwell, WH/4/CI): Releasing Officer: (Signature) for J. D. Esterline, C/WH/4. Coordinating Officer: A. Amori, WH/4/OPS SUPPORT. Authenticating Officer: Clark W. Simmons, C/WH/4/CI.
07/12/61: Request for Approval or Investigative Action Form: FROM: Al Amori, WH/4, 2712 Qtrs Eye. SUBJECT: Evelio Duque Miyar. PROJECT: JMATE. CRYPTONYM, PSEUDONYM, AKA OR ALIASES: 'Commandante Luis'...SPECIFIC AREA OF USE: Cuba. FULL DETAILS OF USE: Support of PM operations. SIGNATURE OF CASE OFFICER: Albert J. Amori. SIGNATURE OF BRANCH CHIEF: for R. K. Davis." - - - This version of the same document has a better view of the signature of branch chief mentioned above: https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=225521#relPageId=1
11/30/62: Cable from Director to JMWAVE (Orig: J. Moughan, TFW/INTEL OPS SPT): Cable on AMDENIM-1's POA be extended until 01/28/63. Releasing Officer: J. Douglas for A. C. Davies, C/TFW/INTEL. Coordinating Officer: C. Hicks (possibly), TFW/PM. Authenticating Officer: A. J. Amori, C/TFW/INTEL OPS SPT.
04/30/63: Letter from Lawrence R. Houston, General Counsel to J. Walter Yeagley, Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice: Below and to the left of Houston's name and Distribution: "DDP/SAS/Intel/Ops Spt: A. AMORI (29 April 1963).
09/20/63: Memo from Albert J. Amori to Henry Hecksher: "I regret that I wasn't able to spend more time on this case, interesting as it was. I do have some reservations, however, in expressing an opinion on Ray since the files are not complete and extensive research should be undertaken first; but even with this reservation I am convinced that one can see the picture clearly of the hesitation on the part of this Agency to support Ray...Ray's political philosophy is somewhat equivocal, but by-and-large he is strongly for a democratic system of government and for strong economic and social reforms. He reportedly would respect individual liberties and a representative government. He would reportedly maintain close ties with the United States and remove Communism from Cuba. Unlike Castro, there is nothing in Ray's background to suggest that he is a communist or sympathizer...If the decision were mine, I would suggest running an operation similar to the one using AMBIDDY-1 (Manuel Artime Buesa)..."
05/10/65: Memo for the record from Albert J. Amori: "1. Subject was called at his Miami home on 7 May 1965, by the undersigned using the alias Albert Antonelli. Cisneros (note: AMBANG-4) had attempted to contact his former case officer, Alfonso Rodriguez (probably Earl Williamson), the day before, but failed. 2. Briefly, for the readers not familiar with his name, Rogelio Cisneros was a former leader in the Junta Revolucionaria (JURE). In September 1964, in difference to Ray's leadership and organizational qualities, Cisneros resigned from the JURE. 3. In an effort to keep him out of our hair, as he's been on KUBARK's (CIA) payroll since 1960, we proposed that he prepare a study on the Cuban secondary education system - before and after Fidel Castro...4. In November 1964 Cisneros asked for an additional $650 for the study so that he could enroll at the University of Michigan's intensive English language course...5. Cisneros has now completed the course and has returned to his home and family in Miami...7. Cisneros, as a recent 'graduate', is interested in a job and implied that he would like to work for KUBARK. The undersigned indicated to him that jobs were scarce, but that his interest in employment will be passed along to 'my superiors'...8. RECOMMENDATION: Unless the readers feel there may be some value to Cisneros' Dominican contacts, this writer opines that we should not get involved with Cisneros again, and that he should be told there is no work available for him at the present, but should something open-up in the future we will certainly keep him in mind..."