Pseudonym: Marti, George
A list of individuals for investigation by HSCA's Robert Blakey included "George Marti aka Jorge Marti Salazar."
AMBARB-70 was Martin Morua, the DRE chief and TFW ops specialist. (For more complete copy, see 104-10123-10077, showing he was used for "propaganda activities").
Martin Morua/AMBARB-70 worked with Jorge Marti Salazar of Chicago to obtain 1000 blasting caps in late 1962, and took them down to Miami.
Jorge Marti Salazar later moved to Dallas and set up the Harlandale house. "DSO (Dallas Sheriff's Office) report dated 11/23/63, entitled 'DEATH OF PRESIDENT', prepared by Deputy Sheriff Buddy Walthers (deceased), which report also states that Walthers was with Deputy Sheriff Allen Sweatt (also deceased) on 11/23/63 when he referred a matter to the US Secret Service, Dallas, Texas, regarding an organization known to his source (not further identified) as 'Freedom for Cuba Party', which had been meeting at 3128 Harlendale, Dallas, Texas...erroneously listed as 3128, but the actual address was 3126 Harlendale Street. Review of the Dallas file reveals that the organization known as 'ALPHA 66' held meetings during 1963 at 3126 Harlendale...(a) (a 11/19/63) letter from Alpha 66 was on letterhead stationery, which reflected the above address and was signed by MANUEL RODRIGUEZ, General Secretary of 'Alpha 66'...Review of Dallas file 134-332 reflects that former DL 282-S, whose identity is known to the Bureau (Bufile 105-131,209) (note: Almost certainly a reference to Manuel Rodriguez Orcarberro) was in a top leadership position in 'ALPHA 66" in Dallas, Texas, in 1963 and 1964, and he reported to the Dallas office in 1964 that meetings of this group were held during 1963 at the residence of one JORGE SALAZAR, 3126 Harlendale Street, Dallas, Texas. At p. 40 - see Walthers' 11/23/63 & 11/26/63 report. Note that the latter report states that "my informant stated that subject Oswald had been to this house before." Other sources report that Walthers' informant was his mother-in-law, who lived next door. At p. 41 - Manuel Rodriguez's 11/63 letter on Alpha 66 stationery, providing the address as 3126 Harlandale - not 3126 Harlendale. Are these misspellings of both the number and the street address accidental?