Pseudonym: Weening, Jonathan
Anna Tarasoff's Fitness Report from 1 January 1966-31 December 1966: Page 3: Signed by Jonathan L. Weening and Francis J. Coigne in February 1967.
02/13/67: Attachment to HMMA-31320, dated: 13 February. SPR prepared by Jonathan L. Weening, date: 1 February 1967 on Valentin Vasilyevich Bakulin:
06/12/67: CIA document: "Excerpted from SPE on Pavel Antonovich YATSKOV (201-120123) P-885: Prepared by Jonathan L. Weening. Sent with HMMA-31932, dated: 2 May 1967. 94) Lee Harvey OSWALD (P-8593). Subject has stated that he talked to OSWALD when he was in Mexico (ca. 28 Sep 1963), and that he believed OSWALD was too nervous a person to have been able to shoot President KENNEDY (48)." Also see 104-10086-10001, Ann Goodpasture's MEXICO CITY CHRONOLOGY, page 114.
06/27/67: Memo of Conversation from J. L. Weening: Subject: Lella Belaval, Visa Officer of U.S. Embassy: "1. I talked to Lella today about her contact with the Soviet who brought Bazarov's passport in for a visa yesterday. She identified the Soviet from a photograph as Valentin Sergeyevich Loginov, and said that he is always the one who comes to the U.S. Embassy for visas. She did not recognize the photograph of Vladislav Sergeyevich Kormushkin, the Vice Consul. Actually, Lella believed that Loginov was Vice Consul, said she always asks for him as such when she has to call the Soviet Embassy..."
10/18/67: Attachment A to Dispatch from COS, Mexico City to Chief, SB Division: SPR prepared by Jonathan L. Weening on Nikolay Sergeyevich Leonov:
06/06/69: Dispatch from COS, Mexico City to Chief, SB Division: Page 3: ..."A station memorandum for the record on Tatiana Askinazy de la Mora dated 11 July 1967 notes that Tatiana, her husband, and her mother, Anna Dmitriyevna Askinazy, had all been known socially to Jonathan L. Weening. Although the de la Mora's contacts with the Soviet Embassy were known, Weening at the time rated Tatiana and her husband as most likely apolitical/intellectual..."
10/08/76: Memorandum from Michael E. Schneeberger to Chief, Security Analysis Group: Page 3: ..."HAUSMAN, Cynthia: HAUSMAN, Cynthia Joy, SF#61 423; currently assigned to CI Staff/R&A; assigned to Mexico City, 1965-67. Exposed in CIA Von A-Z, October 1974 Bridgeport, Connecticut, Post, and listed in AGEE book..."
10/29/76: CIA document from Scott D. Breckinridge to Mr. Leader: Page 2: "Mexico City Station Personnel: ...Sov/Sat Ops (DOI: 12.66): Paul Dillon, Don Vogel, Cynthia Hausman, Robert Steele..."
05/30/95: ARRB document: Page 6: "ARRB request for the Historical Review Group, Central Intelligence Agency, May 30, 1995: Please provide us with information on the following:...Jonathan Weening (Note: Twelfth name on list)..."
05/30/95: ARRB document: Page 9: "Identities...12. Cynthia J. Hausman (T)..."