"Card references for aka ROLO indicate this is the nickname for Chafik Homero Saker Zenni, 201-335014." Marginalia: "One aka ROLO cited by Subject of 201-754938 probably nickname for Subject."
Eusebio Azcue Lopez, 201-334089 - believed identical with Azcue, Eusebio who was contact of subject of 201-754938. Also see Reel 2, Folder F, p. 33 - https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=56261#relPageId=33&search=%22201-754938%22
1/1/63 notes state: "ROLO/SEPIO - SEPIO - Oliva Lopez/SEPIO - ZRKNICK MEMOS, Vols. I and II - ZRKNICK VOL III..."BOLIVAR" ------ Oliva".
Jose Carbonell Marrero wrote to Irma Suarez at 7203 9th Avenue, Habana, Cuba that autumn using the name "H. Diaz". Carbonell's letters tell Irma things like "don't ask Manolo Garcia about the letters he sent me". At p. 5, he discusses the death of Amestoy/AMCANOE-9 in a 10/17/63 letter to Suarez, summarized in 104-10308-10240; 104-10308-10248, a 12/25/63 letter from "J.C." to Irma who refers to "Uncle Francisco" and states: "I will tell you about Kennedy's death in the other letter when I am in New Jersey" and a Diaz letter dated 12/30/63. Also see 124-90090-10029, p 7, May 1964: Carbonell writes Chafir Homero Baker Zenni and says "Paco" has told him that his letters to Irma were intercepted by him, and asks him to let Irma return to the US.
March 21-23, 1964: Santiago Perez, also known as "Rolo" - his superior is "Lucio" in the Illegal Department of the DGI. Perez went by plane from Havana to Mexico, he traveled as a diplomat. He was on his way to Canada. Five foot 10, 160 pounds, "of the white race, somewhat Jewish in appearance". Report came from Vladimir Rodriguez Lahera/AMMUG-1. The two men met and went out together to get a haircut. Also see 124-10223-10002, page 1 - Austin Horn thought there was a possibility Perez's travel to Canada matched with the travel in the famous FBI case of FOXTROT. Also see 104-10188-10134, CIA asked Canada for help in tracking Santiago Perez.
3/25/64 memo from Chief, Mexico City station to Chief, WH, subject: ZRKNICK/Oliva Perez (201-748284) and Oliva Lopez (REDACTED): "Transmitted herewith are two copies of a letter written to one Oliva Perez and sent to her at the address used by Oliva Lopez. 5 de Febrero, No. 38-20 Mexico, D.F. The letter was obtained by LIKAYAK-2 for letter to ILLEGIBLE..." The letter was sent from a Mr. Menendez in France, and signed by "Ramiro". Also see 104-10308-10280 - 3/14/64 memo from Mexico City to Director, with a copy reviewed by Anita Potocki, saying that "letter appeared to have excessive glue type booby trap on right flap".
"The SEPIO file contains letter from MENENDEZ in France to Oliva Lopez, Mexico. Believe letter may have been written by Menendez who wrote letter to a Bernardo Morales in Miami 27 Nov 62, discussing plans for assassination of President Kennedy. See Menendez Shadow File.
3/64: Carbonell admits that he was "in contact with Cuban Intelligence Service in Miami from March 1963 to March 1964 working for Cuban government collecting information." He received radio messages with instructions from Cuba and, using fictitious names and addresses, sent reports in telegrams with secret drops in Cuba. In March 1964 he met Chafir Homero Baker Zenn (a Cuban intelligence officer) in Toronto, Canada, but declined trip to Cuba and thereafter lost contact with Cuban Intelligence Service. See 104-10166-10115 - Baker Zenn is described as one of the founding fathers of the Cuban DGI. Also see 1994.05.31.15:04:32:060005 - Reel 22, Folder D - AMMUG-1 - p. 111 - Santiago Perez was assigned to penetrate anti-Castro groups.
1966-1973: After Tony Cuesta/AMDENIM-14 was captured in Cuba in early 1966 for trying to kill Castro, "ACSI advised JMWAVE Station in November 1966 that (Mrs. Tony Cuesta) had been in contact (date unknown) with Chafik Homero Saker Zenni of the NY Cuba UN Mission. The FBI was advised of this and monitored her activities. (Saker is a known long-time DGI officer PNG'd from the US in 67-68 for support to Black Panther and SDS activities. He was DGI Chief of Center in Mexico City from 70-73, one of the founding fathers of the DGI and the DGI expert on illegal operations against the US. Mrs. Cuesta legally travelled to Cuba from Miami, via Mexico City, in April 1967 for a two week visit with her husband. In June 1967 the FBI advised JMWAVE Station that she was recruited by the CUIS while in Cuba and to hold this knowledge to a minimum because they intended to operate her as a double agent. She said the pitch was made on behalf of the DSE and would benefit both her and her husband. She was told if she successfully reported on anti-Castro activities in Miami, especially Commando L activities, for a period of six months, they would release her husband from custody and after three years of reporting permit him to leave Cuba. Her contact in the US was to be Chafir Homero Saker Zenni...Filed: 201-281313 (Antonio Cuesta), 201-335014 (Saker), 201-821216 (Lourdes Cuesta)."
1964: AMMUG-1 report No. 215 on Chafik Homero Saker Zenni - ROLO." Also see page 4 - report no. 39 - page 5 - Santiago Perez - report no. 48. page 6 - "Santiago Perez/ROLO" - report no. 71 (see 104-10239-10048); page 9 - Santiago Perez/ROLO - report no. 148. page 15 - Santiago Perez, report no. 272. Also see WH/C/RR/OS Joseph Piccolo's report on photo surveillance of Santiago Perez aka ROLO, 201-335014: 1994.04.21.09:07:35:030005 - Reel 21, Folder E - AMMUG "RAW" - p. 196.