Pseudonym: Phyfe, William
C. D. Pollicove's name appeared next to Phyfe's on dispatches on March 10, 1961, and October 25, 1961. Both were from COS, Caracas.
03/10/61: Dispatch from COS, Caracas to Chief, WHD: Subject: Operational/JMZIP SW Message for AMIRE-1: "1. The SW message to AMIRE-1 (Emilio Americo Rodriguez) was forwarded on 8 March. 2. The post-office box assigned for AMIRE-1's use in Caracas has been checked on a regular basis and no correspondence from him has been received. William O. Phyfe. (Signature) C. D. Pollicove/jms."
06/29/61: Dispatch from COS, Caracas to COS, WAVE: "1...CIARK-1 has provided the Station with the names of the following persons in this category whom he has met in the course of his activities in trying to help re-locate the Cuban exiles now arrived in the country: a. Roger Antonio *Queralt Zarete - born 19 November 1907 November MRR who intends to report to Evelio Duque. (See also HVCA-8331). b. Oscar * (Unintelligible) - born 4 April 1924. Member MRR who intends to report to Evelio Duque together with Queralt. c. Ernestino Cecilio *Abreu - born 11 November 1924. Member MRR who was "responsable militar" for the MRR in the province of Matanzas who intends to report to Dr. Oscar Salas. d. Luis Bernabe *Boza Dominquez - born 22 October 1936. Member of the Directorio Estudiantil. e. Guillermo Aurelio *Boza Dominquez - born 29 February 1940. Member of the Directorio Estudiantil. f. Eduardo *Garcia Daralayet - born 25 March 1941. Member the Unidad Revolucionaria who used the name Juan Bautista Sanchez during underground activities...William O. Phyfe. M. Diffendal (just below and to the left)."
09/01/61: Dispatch from COS, Caracas to Chief, WHD (Info: Chief of Base, JMWAVE): Mention of June Cobb. William O. Phyfe.
10/04/61: Dispatch from COS, Caracas to Chief, WHD (Info: Chief of Base, JMWAVE): (Signature) William O. Phyfe.
10/25/61: Dispatch from COS, Caracas to Chief, WHD (Info: Chief of Base, JMWAVE): "CIARK-1 recently returned from a trip to Miami. Following his return he discussed with his Case Officer on 23 October the conclusions which he had drawn about the present situation in the Movimiento de Recuperacion Revolucionaria (MRR). It is noted that CIARK-1 is a member of the MRR who was formelt chief of propaganda for that organization in Miami. Although CIARK-1 is considered by the Station to be a responsible source, his personal involvement in the MRR should possibly be taken into account when reading the attachment. (Signature) William O. Phyfe. (Signature) C. D. Pollicove." - - - Pages 2-3: "Excerpt from Contact Report dated 25 October 1961...4. CIARK-1 provided a list of names of some of the persons who had left the MRR, given up executive positions in the MRR or who had turned down positions because of Guillot. These names are listed as follows: PITA, (fnu) (note: probably Mario Pita Garcia) - Former MRR Coordinator for the Province of Habana. Now a member of the Directorio Revolucionario de Estudiantes. HERNANDEZ, Carlos - One of the Cubans used by KUBARK (CIA) in the training of other Cubans for guerrilla activity...ABREU, Ernestino - Still a member of the MRR but resigned his post as funds chairman. GOMEZ, Danilo - Resigned from his position as a member of one of the MRR sub-committee. COLADO, Joaquin - Former Secretary of Propaganda in Cuba. Refused position as propaganda chief in Miami. The Yung brothers - Worked in propaganda in Cuba but refused positions in Miami. SALAS, Dr. Oscar - MRR representative in the Consejo. Fired by Baro. GONZALEZ Mora, Antonio - Fired from executive position as assistant to Manuel Artime and then thrown out of the MRR."
07/26/63: Dispatch from COS, Caracas to Chief, WHD (Info: Chief, SAS and COS, JMWAVE): William O. Phyfe at bottom of dispatch.
11/26/63: Cable from Caracas to Director: "FYI later morning 26 Nov small gift wrapped box delivered home COS Caracas addressed to him. Shortly afterwards and prior opening box, three members technical police (PTJ) arrived and urgently requested box police stated they acting on tip from commercial delivery service that box contained bomb. Upon their departure with package Phyfe's wife informed him of incident and security officer advised immediately. In checking with PTJ subsequently, security office was informed box contained bomb. Investigation continuing."
02/28/64: Dispatch from COS, Caracas to Chief, SAS (Info: Chief, WHD; COS, JMWAVE): Subject: Alleged Plan to Overthrow Fidel Castro: "1. On 24 February CIRAKE-3 (probably Salvador Romani) spoke with Valentin Diaz, a Cuban exile currently residing in Caracas (DOB: approximately 1910), who gave him the following information: An operation called 'Plan Judas' is currently being constructed inside Cuba. This plan involves an internal uprising with the support of certain Cuban military figures who are conspiring against Fidel Castro. Among the key figures in the plot are Juan Almeida, Efigenio Ameijeiras Delgado, Pepin Naranjo, Regino Boti, and two brothers named Cosio. Diaz would not provide CIRAKE-3 with any further information and refused to name the source or sources of this information. The Station has no traces on Diaz. 2. Although this report may be nothing more than pure rumor or wishful thinking, the Station is forwarding it to Headquarters and Station JMWAVE for information purposes. On 24 February PBSWING (U.S. Embassy, consulate, consul general, or official installation) representatives met with Francisco Suarez Quinones, JURE member in Caracas, who stated that JURE was currently sponsoring a plan to assassinate Fidel Castro and other high-ranking Cuban government officials as a part of an operation designed to incite an internal rebellion in Cuba. Possibly the JURE plan may be in some way connected with the so-called 'Plan Judas.' FYI: A copy of the Memorandum of Conversation concerning Suarez's interview with PBSWING officials may be obtained from either ODACID's (U.S. State Department) Venezuelan Desk or Cuban Desk, or from the coordinator for Cuban Affairs in the JMWAVE (Miami) area. (Signature) William O. Phyfe."
09/22/64: Dispatch from COS, Caracas to Chief, WHD: "1. "Forwarded under separate cover is the debriefing of CIMOTIF-6 conducted by CIMOTIF-1 on the points suggested by Headquarters in the Reference. CIMOTIF-6 was extremely reluctant to give any information on his relatives still remaining in PBRUMEN (Cuba) on the grounds that he did not know the purposes for which this information would be used. 2. CIMOTIF-6 was terminated on 31 August 1964. An Agent Service Record for CIMOTIF-6 will be forwarded in the near future. (Signature: Nelson E. Unintelligible) William O. Phyfe."
10/08/64: Dispatch from COS, Caracas to COS, JMWAVE (Info: COS, Santiago; COS, Buenos Aires; COS, Montevideo; DC, WH/SA; Chief, WE): "The Station does not have at this time any need for additional coverage in the PBRUMEN (Cuba) student field in Venezuela. William O. Phyfe."