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Pseudonym: Twicker, Walter

Definition:
Walter C. Twicker was a pseudonym used by CIA officer E. Howard Hunt.
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Documented
Sources:

104-10120-10353: LIST OF PSEUDONYMS

Undated CIA document: Pseudonyms: ..."Walter C. Twicker. Date Assigned: 26 Dec. 1950. Cancelled-compromised 2 Dec. 1960..."

Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954: Guatemala Current Section: Persons and Pseudonyms

"Hunt, E. Howard (Walter C. Twicker), case officer and Chief, Propaganda Branch, Central Intelligence Agency)."

104-10095-10202: MEMO: SUBJECT: MEDIA INQUIRY TO CUBAN EXILE JOURNALIST IN MIAMI RE CUBAN INVOLVEMENT IN WATERGATE CASE AND ATTITUDES IN MIAMI AREA.

1950s: "Howard Hunt was aware of MHMUTUAL when he served as C/CA/EUR."

104-10414-10124: MEXICO CITY STATION HISTORY

December 1960 - Page 345: ..."A survey of the damage caused by the loss of the briefcases, dated December 1960, indicated that (REDACTION - refers to Samuel Orrison) not only had classified data on current operations but documents and data on CA operations dating back several years. Among the missing papers were the true names of the following CIA employees: Joseph Baker, Gerald Droller, Jacob D. Esterline, (REDACTION) David A. Phillips, (REDACTION) Stannard K. Short, (REDACTION) Philip Toomey, E. Howard Hunt, and William Kent. The following official cryptonyms and pseudonyms were compromised: AMCIGAR, AMGUPPY-1, AMHAWK-1 and 2, AMRASP, AMWAIL, AMWAIL-1 through 12, JMASH, Samuel G. Orrison (pseudonym for (REDACTION) and Walter C. Twicker (pseudonym for Hunt)..." 11/16/78, Ann Goodpasture's Mexico City Station History.

Contributors:
John Newman • MFF

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