Home/ Resources / Projects / CIA Pseudonyms / pseudonym: REYNOLDS_FREDERICK

Pseudonym: Reynolds, Frederick

Return to Main Pseudos Page

Definition:
Frederick C. Randall, CIA officer in Japan at the time finance officer James Wilcott was stationed there in 1963.
Category:
alias
Status:
Documented
Sources:

104-10066-10000: FREDERICK RANDALL'S INTERROGATION BY MEMBERS OF HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASS.

"...On 24 March 1978, I was interrogated for one and a half hours by Mr. Harold Leap and Mr. Dan Hardway, staff members of the House Select Committee on Assassinations...it became apparent that the staff members were trying to establish that personnel assigned to the REDACTED in the early 1960s had knowledge of an alleged CIA connection to Lee Harvey Oswald...I was asked to supply many details of the organization, personnel and operation of the REDACTED during the period of my tour there - from 1961 to 1965...I heard a rumor that the investigation was based on allegations by a former finance clerk...the New York Times article of 27 March 1978, attached, reports the (James) Wilcott allegations...I have asked that any notes made by Mr. Leap or Mr. Hardway that are taken from the CIA Headquarters building use my alias, Frederick Reynolds."

104-10222-10012: RANDALL, FREDERICK C.

1975: Chief, Services Staff, Charles A. Briggs recommends Randall's promotion to GS-15.

See Also:
Contributors:
Bill Simpich

© Mary Ferrell Foundation. All Rights Reserved. |Site Map |MFF Policies |Contact Us