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Pseudonym: Waters, John

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Definition:
Major General Edwin Walker - no evidence that he used this in a CIA context - but in the context of the insurrection at the University of Mississippi when the African American James Meredith enrolled as a student.
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Documented
Sources:

FBI Files on Edwin Walker, Cross References (3)

9/30/62: Edwin Walker was checked in at a motel in Oxford, Mississippi as "John Waters", according to a redacted source. This was during the insurrection at the Mississippi led by Walker against James Meredith enrolling at the university.

FBI Files on Edwin Walker, Cross References (3)

10/20/62: Letter from R. L. Stubblefield, MD, of Southwestern Medical School in Dallas to the Hon. Claude Clayton, District Court Judge - Professor Charles Webster of SMU Law School was consulted to assist the physician in determining the proper psychiatric evaluation of Edwin Walker.

124-10331-10195: No Title

1/14/64: This correlation summary by the FBI on Edwin Walker uses his alias "John Waters".

FBI Files on Edwin Walker, 116-165494 File, Section 3

7/18/66: This correlation summary by the FBI on Edwin Walker also uses his alias "John Waters".

Contributors:
Bill Simpich

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