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Pseudonym: Jentons, Dudley P.

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Definition:
J. Deering Danielson
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Documented
Sources:

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

At page 43 of the original version of this document, it appears that the original requests were numbered on this original sheet, and then transferred onto three by five cards. Item #74 reads "Dudley P. Jentons". This page is not found in later versions of this document!

104-10079-10014: NOTEBOOK, SMALL, BLACK WITH LIST

Notebook used by the CIA to provide the HSCA with responses to requests to solve pseudonyms and cryptonyms - item #74 reads "J. Deering Danielson".

104-10097-10260: OPERATIONAL CABLE

11/16/63 cable MEXI-6924 from Mexico City to Director, slugline KEYWAY PBRUMEN NIEXIT: "Jentons returning WAVE 18 Nov via guest flight 410."

Bill Simpich, State Secret: Chapter 6

11/63: On (John) Whitten’s first day as chief of the JFK investigation, Angleton’s people immediately sent him off on a wild goose chase. No one ever stepped forward and told Whitten anything about the Castro assassination plots, or anything about how closely the Cuba division was working with Rolando Cubela in the days before November 22..the files reveal a very different story, encapsulated in a handwritten note to Whitten from Ray Rocca during the late night hours of November 23. Rocca intoned that “here is the assembled file”, and added that these documents were too sensitive to be shared with the FBI..The attachments to Rocca’s note point right to links between Castro’s mistress and aide Celia Sanchez with Dallas import-export agent Ramon Cortes discussed in Chapter 3. Both Sanchez and Cortes were close to Maria Witoski, also known as AMKIRK-1..By early December, CI-SIG chief Birch O’Neal confirmed that a French diplomat outside of the US was saying JFK was killed due to a joint plot by the Chinese government and Castro, with Cortes and Saavedra in the middle of it all. O’Neal also admits that the tips from the French diplomat “have proven to be not too reliable”. It is third-hand information from “a source” to the French diplomat “Unstar”, and then to WAVE staffer Dudley Jentons aka J. Deering Danielson.

104-10076-10385: JMWAVE CABLE - FIDEL CASTRO REPORTEDLY EXTREMELY CONCERNED WITH PERSISTENCE OF INVESTIGATION INTO PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S MURDER AND WITH POSSIBLE DISCLOSURES THAT COULD RESULT.

12/12/63 cable WAVE 8949 from JMWAVE to Director: "Jentons returned (to) WAVE 12 Dec. Jentons also included in his letter to UNSTAR suggestion that UNSTAR could also send name of source and other details via NIEXIT pouch to NIEXIT-5 in Mexico. If UNSTAR felt personal letter to Nassau insecure or slow, UNSTAR should ask NIEXIT-3 pass letter personally to Jentons. Re (DIR 87446) paragraph 1, assume (FBI) questioned Nieto on assumed Dallas contacts, since (WAVE 8658) reported only that Nieto could give information on Dallas contacts."

104-10020-10050: CABLE - CUBANS APPEAR EXTREMELY WORRIED ABOUT A MEXICAN NAMED CAMACHO

12/20/63 letter from UNSTAR to Jentons - it said Cubans were worried about Camacho's identity being revealed, getting funds from Ramon Cortes of Dallas. There is also a claim that Castro is "extremely concerned about persistence of investigation into President Kennedy's murder."

Book 24 of Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972, Watergate and Related Activities, The Hughes-Rebozo Investigation and Related Matters Current Section: Wakefield, Thomas H., counsel to President Nixon and Charles B. Rebozo, accompanied by Marion Sibley and Robert C. Ward, counsel

1972: Danielson was a friend of CREEP (Committee to Re-Elect the President) in Dade County.

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