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Pseudonym: Badger, Austin

Definition:
Austin P. Badger was a pseudonym used by Technical Services Division (TSD)/KURIOT Chief, Seymour Russell.
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Documented
Sources:

104-10111-10035: MEMO: ZRCHEST PROJECT

12/28/62, Memorandum from Seymour Russell, Chief, Technical Services Division to the Deputy Director of CIA: "Attached for your information is a report of recent contacts with Mrs. Christ."

104-10091-10016: DISPATCH: MONTHLY OPERATIONAL REPORT FOR THE PERIOD 1-31 OCTOBER 1964

11/20/64, Dispatch from COS, Mexico City to Chief, KURIOT (Attention: Peter T. Swinehart): ..."1. General Summary of Activities: The major activities for the month of October were focused upon photographic operations, utilizing the LIFIRE truck; the visit of Chief, KURIOT, Austin P. Badger; and Station support...TDY Visitors: a. Austin P. Badger arrived for a three day visit on 18 October and was met at the airport by Hugh T. Francotte and Marvin A. Cabot. During his stay, Badger inspected the KURIOT facilities, both outside and within the Station; was briefed on Station activities; and held private discussions with various Station officers. The Mexico City Station feels that Badger's visit was most beneficial, and appreciates having had this opportunity to discuss subjects of a technical nature with Chief, KURIOT..."

1993.06.19.11:21:27:560000: WARREN COMMISSION HEARINGS DISSEMINATION LIST

11/25/64, CIA document: Titled: Warren Commission Hearings Dissemination: ..."13. Mr. Seymour Russell (C/TSD)..."

157-10011-10092: TESTIMONY OF VICTOR MARCHETTI, 28 MAR 1975

03/10/75, Memorandum from Jim Roethe to Robert Olsen: Subject: Summary of Telephone Conversation with Victor Marchetti: "This morning, I returned Victor Marchetti's telephone call to you (telephone: 938-1380). Marchetti quickly indicated that he felt he probably had nothing to offer the Commission that had not already appeared in his book. He had no other specific facts or evidence which he felt he could provide us. He did state that we should consider interviewing Seymour Russell, who was head of the Department of Defense during much of the period when Marchetti worked with CIA, although I am not sure precisely what Russell might be able to contribute to the investigation..."

Contributors:
Gavin McDonald

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