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Pseudonym: Wibalda, William

Definition:
Robert Wall, trainer and case officer of media commentator Luis Conte Aguero.
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Probable
Sources:

104-10511-10035: DISPATCH: SUBJECT - CONTACT REPORT OF WILLIAM S. WIBALDA MEETING WITH AMCORE-2; AMBUD-1'S THOUGHTS ON FUTURE OF AMCORE-2

6/11/62: Meeting report by Bob W. re Luis Conte Aguero (AMCORE-2). Bob W. appears to be his case officer, stating that the next meeting will be 6/18/62. Bob advised Conte "it would be convenient not to have any more meeting with Ricardo (Belford) but that he should not tell him the reason. He agreed to do so." "Conte informed me that the members of the Masonic order in Cuba are forming a commission to foment an uprising in the militia and rebel army. He said that he knows the people doing this and some of his own people are involved...I asked Conte to give me a weekly intelligence report...he agreed to do so. Bob W."

104-10018-10074: POSSIBLE USE OF DRE TAPE

12/13/63 memo from JMWAVE chief Ted Shackley to SAS chief Desmond FitzGerald: Here's the August 1963 tape of debate between DRE representative and Lee Harvey Oswald. "In consideration of AMCOUP-1's cooperation with (CIA), Melvin T. Wilensky may wish to make this tape available to him to be used with a simultaneous translation in his Latin American coverage...If the tape is to be used as suggested, JMHOPE would like to relay AMCOUP-1's broadcast. Consequently, please ask AMCOUP-1 to contact WIBALDA." Note that three pages further, the box to the tape sent to the CIA says "from DRE to Howard". Jefferson Morley believes that "Howard" is a reference to Miami's PW specialist George Joannides.

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