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Pseudonym: Ronganne, Theodore

Definition:
Unknown identity. Theodore G. Ronganne was a Mexico City CIA officer from at least August of 1962 to early January 1964.
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Unknown
Discussion:
A cable on October 9, 1963, stated that Theodore G. Ronganne departed the Mexico City Station on October 7, 1963, to Walpole, Massachusetts, on emergency leave until October 12, 1963. This was around a week after the alleged visit of Lee Harvey Oswald to Mexico City.
Sources:

104-10069-10401: REPORT COVER SHEET

08/07/62: Report Cover Sheet from Mexico City: Reporting Officer: Clyde K. Shryock, Reports Officer: Theodore G. Ronganne, Approving Officer: Willard C. Curtis.

104-10069-10406: REPORT COVER SHEET

08/24/62: Report Cover Sheet from Mexico City: Reporting Officer: Howard G. Safarano, Reports Officer: Theodore G. Ronganne, Approving Officer: Willard C. Curtis.

104-10092-10333: CABLE RE EMERGENCY LEAVE

10/09/63: Cable from Mexico City to Director: "Theodore G. Ronganne departed Station on emergency leave 7 Oct 63 for Walpole, Mass returning 12 Oct. 63."

104-10528-10152: CABLE: REQUEST FOR WITHDRAWAL OF FUNDS

01/01/64: Cable from Mexico City to Director: "Theodore G. Ronganne account 7158 requests withdrawal $100 shares and deposit soonest U.S. allottee. Request forwarded HMMT-4269."

Contributors:
Gavin McDonald

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