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Pseudonym: Choaden, Michael M.

Definition:
David A. Phillips
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Documented
Sources:

104-10267-10018: CABLE: SECURITY REVIEW CHOADEN AND FREAPANE OPERATIONS DEEMED ESSENTIAL

8/31/59 cable from Robert Reynolds at HQ to Havana: "Security review of Choaden and Freapane operations deemed essential...Jack Malone's lawyer told him in Havana that Choaden may be a (US) intelligence agent...Carlos Todd of Havana Times told Choaden he knew Choaden and Freapane were both (CIA) agents. Choaden repeated this on last trip to HQS...what remedial steps station recommends."

104-10128-10329: CABLE: RE POSSIBLE SECURITY RISK OF DAVID A. PHILLIPS AND OTHERS BEING IDENTIFIED

9/15/59 cable from Havana to Director: "Concerns possible security risk of "David A. Phillips" and "David U. Groves" being identified as (CIA) personnel." In this version, the pseudonyms are redacted and their true names are written in as marginalia. In 104-10178-10280, their pseudos are identified as "Choaden" and "Freapane".

104-1104-10061-10115: LIST OF NAMES RE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION INVESTIGATION

CIA cryptonyms and pseudonyms provided to HSCA staffers. Line 11 identifies "Michael M. Choaden" under (P) for pseudonym and Line 12 identifies "Walter A. Bracton" as (A) for alias. On the next page, both Lines 11 and 12 identify "David A. Phillips" as matching both descriptions.

Contributors:
Bill Simpich • John Newman • Peter Dale Scott

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