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Pseudonym: Tenney, Cal

Definition:
Jane Roman, liaison for Jim Angleton's CI office.
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Probable
Sources:

124-90137-10276: No Title

6/27/62 memo from FBI liaison Sam Papich to FBI supervisor D. J. Brennan: CIA official Cal Tenney contacted the FBI seeking whereabouts of Oscar Lauderman. Tenney was informed that "the Bureau already had disseminated information furnished by Lauderman and pertaining to Carlos Lechuga, Cuban ambassador to Mexico...the Bureau was in the process of making arrangements to interview him. Tenney stated that his Agency would appreciate receiving the results of this interview and, furthermore, would like to be informed if and when CIA might be permitted to interview Lauderman."

Oswald 201 File, Vol 1, Folder 2

9/24/63 routing slip for FBI agent Milton Kaack's report on Oswald was passed on to "CI/IC", and signed for by CT - this may have been "Cal Tenney".

104-10132-10133: SILVIA T. DURAN, MEXICAN EMPLOYEE OF CUBAN EMBASSY IN MEXICO, CONTACT WITH OSWALD; DURAN'S ARREST; HER AFFAIR WITH CUBAN UN AMBASSADOR

11/25/63 cable DIR 84950 from WH/3/Reports Virginia Renshaw to FBI: On last page, the releasing officer CILIA Jane Roman is signed for by "Cal Tenney".

Contributors:
Bill Simpich

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