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Pseudonym: Marshall, William R.

Definition:
William J. Murray, the replacement for David Morales in Havana, 1960-61. Chief of Station, Monterrey, 1962-1964.
Category:
alias
Status:
Documented
Discussion:
May have also used the pseudonym Gerald Gardyne.
Sources:

104-10310-10069: INTERVIEW WITH A STAFF MEMBER OF THE SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE

Alias listed as William R. Marshall in his appearance before the Church Committee in 1975.

157-10008-10226: INTERVIEW OF WILLIAM MURRAY

At this Church Committee appearance, the witness' true name is listed as William J. Murray. In 1975, he was Chief/Latin America Division/Narcotics.

104-10310-10069: INTERVIEW WITH A STAFF MEMBER OF THE SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE

At this Church Committee appearance, the witness was asked who he replaced in Cuba and he responded with the true name "David Morales". The witness was then asked by interviewer Joseph di Genova if "any telescopic rifles were involved in the drop loads" of arms and materiel into Cuba.

104-10226-10285: COMPOSITION OF THE UNIDAD REVOLUTIONARIA

Gerald Gardyne was acting chief in Havana in December 1960.

104-10301-10001: EXCERPTS FROM HISTORY: WESTERN HEMISPHERE DIVISION, 1946-1965

1/4/61. On this date, William J. Murray had to immediately depart from Havana and lost everything in his home - written by David Phillips.

104-10310-10090: MEMORANDUM: SSC REQUEST. ATTACHMENTS ARE LISTS OF MEXICO CITY STATION PERSONNEL, AUG-DEC 1963

Marshall was based in Monterrey from 1/10/62-7/5/64. His colleague James E. Anderson was based in Monterrey from 5/14/62-2/21/65.

104-10102-10276: ANTI-COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA

11/1/63 dispatch HMYA-1997 from Chief of Base, Monterrey to C/WHD. The author was Gerald L. Gardyne.

Contributors:
David Boylan

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