Pseudonym: Brillard, Daniel
Dispatches from November 1963, to March 1964, on QJWIN's (Jose Marie Andre Mankel) salary receipts, were to have been brought to the attention of Brillard. These dispatches were from Monroe B. Rozeney (Oliver Silsby), possibly COS, Luxembourg.
As memos to William Harvey were addressed "Chief, KUTUBE-D, attn: Presland", it is fair to assume that memos addressed "Chief, KUTUBE, attn: Daniel Brillard" were meant for W. Lloyd George.
4/18/63 Memorandum for the Record by Lawrence Parr: "(Howard) Hunt's Memorandum for the Record clearly reflected his wife had procured some material prepared by the Spanish Ambassador, had turned this intelligence over to her husband who had, in turn, brought it to W. Lloyd George, Chief, FI Staff, George took the material to DDP for consideration...it was not apparent how the Security Officer of DODS, J. R. Murphy, had obtained a copy of Hunt's Memorandum for the Record on a matter that had been handled on extremely high levels in the DDP complex...it might be well to touch base with Lloyd George for a 'reading' on whether or not it was intended Mrs. Hunt be used operationally in her present employment situation..."
7/24/63 memo from W. Lloyd George, Chief of Foreign Intelligence to Assistant Deputy Director (Plans): "The Foreign Intelligence Staff recommends approval of LIENVOY project. This project continues to provide a quantity of valuable intelligence."
09/16/63: Cable from Director to Mexico City (Orig: J. M. Whitten, Unit: WH/3): Slugline RYBAT LIENVOY: "IDEN in Brillard message to Curtis (Winston Scott) transmitted by Galbond (J. C. King) is Mr Gerard Campagna." Releasing Officer: J. C. King, CWHD. Coordinating Officer: WH/COPS. Authenticating Officer: J. M. Whitten, CWH/3.
09/30/63: Dispatch from Chief, KUTUBE to COS, Withheld (Info: COS, Withheld - ATTN: WSHEADSET): Subject: Administrative/Finance - QJWIN: "1. Receipts and documentation transmitted to Headquarters, per references cited above, substantiate the fact that subject agent received an operational advance in the amount of $400.00 (20,000 Bfrs) on 19 April 1963. To date, no accounting has been received by this office to liquidate said advance. 2. It is requested that an accounting and/or certification that the funds were expended for the purpose stated, including substantiating receipts or other documentation (if available, proper, or necessary), be obtained and transmitted to this office as soon as possible. 3. In view of certain personnel changes within this office, it is requested that future transmittals and separate cover attachments, regarding QJWIN activities, be classified SECRET/RYBAT and addressed as follows: TO: Chief, KUTUBE (Foreign Intelligence - FI division of CIA). ATTN: Daniel C. Brillard. 4. Transfers of Accounts (T/A's) should reflect allotment number 4123-1030-5013. Daniel C. Brillard."
11/22/63: Dispatch from COS, Luxembourg to Chief, KUTUBE (ATTN: Daniel C. Brillard): "Forwarded herewith as a separate cover attachment is the receipt for QJWIN's October, 1963 salary. Monroe B. Rozeney (Oliver Silsby)."
Re 11/22/63: At the time of the Kennedy assassination, Warren Frank was still chief of the JMWAVE FI branch. In this memo for the record, CIA officer Donald R. Heath, Jr., claimed that he gave requirements to AMGABE-1/Julio Gaspar Hubert Rico, AMPAN-22/Jose Ignacio Zarraga Diez-Muro, AMBLEAK-1/Fernando Fernandez-Cavada y Paris and AMING-3/Alberto Muller Quintana re the JFK murder. Room number "3D02" is seen in this document: 104-10059-10291, p. 2. For more on the identities of these cryptonyms, see 104-10103-10019, p. 2
01/24/64: Dispatch from COS, Luxembourg to Chief, KUTUBE (ATTN: Daniel C. Brillard): Subject: QJWIN - Finance/Receipts for Nov and Dec 63 Salary: "Forwarded herewith as a separate cover attachment is an envelope containing receipts for QJWIN's Nov and Dec 63 salary. Monroe B. Rozeney (Oliver Silsby)."
02/07/64: Dispatch from COS, Luxembourg to Chief, KUTUBE (ATTN: Daniel C. Brillard): Subject: QJWIN - Finance/Receipt for Jan 64 Salary: "Forwarded herewith as a separate cover attachment is an envelope containing the receipt for QJWIN's Jan 64 salary. Monroe B. Rozeney (Oliver Silsby)."
03/06/64: Dispatch from COS, Luxembourg to Chief, KUTUBE (ATTN: Daniel C. Brillard): Subject: QJWIN - Finance/Receipt for Feb 64 Salary: "Forwarded herewith as a separate cover attachment is an envelope containing the receipt for QJWIN's Feb 64 salary. Monroe B. Rozeney (Oliver Silsby)."
Richard Helms, The Man Who Kept The Secrets, p. 227
"The CIA was represented by Lloyd George, a former chief of the Far East Division in the DDP, who conducted himself like a prosecuting attorney."
W. Lloyd George, obituary, New York Times: https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1975/01/18/109381735.html?pageNumber=27
1975: W. Lloyd George, who retired as a senior official of the Central Intelligence Agency in 1967 died Thursday in Northern Virginia Doctors Hospital, Arlington. He was 74 years old. Mr. George, who lived in Washington, had lived in Merrick, L.I. and had been Long Island editor of The Brooklyn Eagle. William Lloyd George received a B.A. degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin. He worked on newspapers and magazines in Milwaukee, Chicago and New York before going to Washington in 1934 as editor in chief of the National Resources Planning Board. He served with the Navy in World War I with the Office of Strategic Services in World War H, when he was decorated for accomplishing a hazardous mission into occupied Bangkok. In 1945 he took part in establishing the peacetime intelligence agency and then occupied important posts in the C.I.A. He wrote three books for boys: “Air, Men and Wings,” “Trains, Tracks and Travel” and “Grow Up to Fly.” Surviving are his widow Louise Elizabeth George, and brother, David R. George of Dix Hills, L.I., publicity director of Newsday."