Pseudonym: Polacek, Henry
Also included were Donald Heath/alias Charles Andrew Faron (number 49), David S. Morales/alias Diego S. Miranda (number 108), and William K. Harvey/alias William Walker (number 161).
A CIA memo in March of 1978 on a HSCA request stated that there were "approximately 50 documents concerning Robert Butler Moore, born 21 June 1913 in Hattisburg, Mississippi, an Agency staff employee from June 1950 to December 1970.
Grayston Lynch, Decision for Disaster, pages 48-49
1960: Grayston Lynch mentions that Bob Moore, a close friend who had been the CIA's liaison man at Fort Bragg, was the catalyst for Lynch joining the Agency. Lynch was retiring after five years as a captain of the US Army Special Forces A-Team. In January 1960, Moore had set up a meeting with Desmond Fitzgerald, then head of the Far East Division. Fitzgerald assured Lynch of a job after he retired from the US Army. Lynch dropped in to see Moore in December 1960 to ask if Moore had anything for him. Moore hired him for the Cuba Project.
05/23/61: Memo for the record from CA/PMG/EFF: Subject: G. L. Lynch - ZRJEWEL: "1. Lynch called today at 1200 noon. He said that he wanted to let me know that he was back, and to find out what had been done about his contract...4. I asked Lynch where he could now be reached, and he said that he was at Bob Moore's office on X-8912."
05/24/61: Memo from Withheld/DRB to CA Staff: Subject: Lynch, Grayston L..."I told him Mr. Moore was working on something for him and that if it developed, he would be contacted. That was my last contact with Mr. Lynch."
04/10/70: LIEMPTY Project Action: Division: Western Hemisphere Division. Field Station: Mexico City. Case Officer: Jack Barry: Robert B. Moore, C/WH/Plans, was among those listed under the "Concurrences of Divisions" column.
11/02/73: Memo from Erich W. Isenstead, Chief, Cover & Commercial Staff to Acting General Counsel: Subject: Mr. E. Howard Hunt - Alias Birth Documentation: ..."3. Later in the afternoon of 30 October 1973 Mr. Franklin came to my office with a number of documents. They consisted of a form memorandum signed by me which was addressed to Mr. Hunt dated 29 June 1970 (Tab B), a list of names numbering from 1 through 154, representing true names (Tab C), and a second listing similarly numbered, representing aliases (Tab D). Number 63 on the true name list reads E. Howard Hunt and on the alias list, Edward Joseph Hamilton. Mr. Franklin explained - which I had forgotten - that we had obtained from TSD this list of outstanding alias birth certificates issued by TSD in an attempt to recall - if possible - as many of these documents, or to determine what had happened to them. (Most of these alias birth certificates were issued in connection with the Bay of Pigs operation)..."
"TRUE NAME...118. MOORE, Robert Butler..." - - - Page 4: "ALIAS...118. POLACEK, Henry Franklin..."
03/24/78: Memo from M. L. Latta, Plans and Review Group, Central Cover Staff to DDO/ISS/IP/BIS: "1. In response to the request in Reference, CCS files contain information on five of the 19 individuals listed, as follows...d. Robert Moore - approximately 50 documents concerning Robert Butler Moore, born 21 June 1913 in Hattisburg, Mississippi, an Agency staff employee from June 1950 to December 1970. (REDACTION)..." (Note: Grayston Lynch, colleague of Moore's, was mentioned just above).