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Pseudonym: Riggs, Robert W.

Definition:
Anne Goodpasture, the aide-de-camp of Mexico City station chief Win Scott.
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Documented
Sources:

104-10052-10126: CHRONOLOGY OF DURAN INTERROGATION

“Robert B. Riggs” was Goodpasture’s pseudonym: Chronology of Duran interrogation, p. 4. "RIGGS - RBR - pseudonym for A. Goodpasture".

104-10065-10418: MS. ANNE GOODPASTURE (RETIRED); REQUEST FOR CONTRACT HIRE

"Ms. Anne Goodpasture...was secretary to Chief of Station, Mexico City, Mr. Winston Scott, from June 1957 to October 1968. Ms. Goodpasture has been characterized as Mr. Scott's right hand during her tenure at the Station. In addition to her secretarial duties, she served as a liaison case officer who handled sensitive duties for the (Chief of Station). After the assassination of President Kennedy, she handled the various reviews of the Station and later wrote the history of Mexico City station."

104-10188-10447: REVIEW OF LIFEAT AND LIENVOY PROJECTS BY KUTUBE/

12/30/63 memo from Chief, WH to Chief, Mexico City station: "...Having paid this tribute to honesty, we will admit having departed from the facts in a few instances, in the interest of simplification. One was the question of reels and transcripts, and reels alone (pages 17, 32 and 42); we did not want to confuse the reader with this distinction. The other was the collection and distribution of reels and translations, which is somewhat more complex than the procedure described in the text; we preferred not to risk losing the reader and ourselves in the double and triple wingback formations of Robert Riggs and Jeremy Niarcos (pseudonym) on their way to work in the morning and sometimes during the day."

Contributors:
Bill Simpich

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