Pseudonym: Willings, Dudley R.
12/10/62: Dispatch from Chief, Task Force W to COS, JMWAVE: "1. Attached herewith are five additional chapters of the untranslated copy of the proposal for the establishment of a Cuban Urban Police. 2. AMPAID-4 expects to submit the completed document on or about 12 December 1962. AMPAID-4's typist has been ill, which is the reason why the complete document has not been typed in final form as yet. The remaining portion of this document will be forwarded Headquarters as soon as it is received from AMPAID-4." Bottom of page: 201-269689. CI: Lewis D. Nicklas jlh. AC/CI: Winfield F. Jimerson. C/PW: Robert K. Trouchard. ESEC: Dudley R. Willings.
Re: 1/20/63 - Undated memo from Executive Secretariat, JMWAVE Dudley R. Willings to Chief PW re Martin Morua Arrachea (note: AMBARB-70), asking Chief PW to complete the PRQ II form and return it to him by 1/20/63.
6/13/63 dispatch from the Chief of Station, JMWAVE to Chief, SAS: "Forwarded for Headquarters' information are copies of the following printed declarations and other propaganda released by the residual Cuban Revolutionary Council from April through May 1963..." Followed by 32 pages of attachments. Originating Officer: Caponong, Office: PW. Coordinating Officer: Robert K. Trouchard, Office Symbol: C/PW. Dudley R. Willings, Office Symbol: ESEC. Releasing Officer: Andrew K. Reuteman, Office Symbol: COS.
Re autumn of 1963: "Langosch/Harold Swenson recalled: 'The AMLASH operation prior to the assassination of President Kennedy was characterized by the Special Affairs Staff, Desmond FitzGerald and other senior officers as an assassination operation initiated and sponsored by the CIA.' Langosch recollected further that it was the highly possible that the Cuban Intelligence Services were aware of AMLASH and his association with the CIA and that the information upon which he based his conclusion that the AMLASH operation was insecure was available to senior level CIA officials, including Desmond FitzGerald. In response to Langosch's sworn statements, the committee received the affidavit of Kent L. Pollock (CIA pseudonym), a former CIA employee. Pollock 'served as executive officer for Desmond FitzGerald during the entire period in which he was chief of the Special Affairs Staff...and discussed with him the AMLASH operation as it progressed.' Pollock specifically contested the assertions of Langosch, stating, 'To the best of my knowledge, Mr. FitzGerald considered the AMLASH operation to be a political action activity with the objection of organizing a group under AMLASH-1 to overthrow Castro and the Castro regime by means of a coup d'etat. I heard Mr. FitzGerald discuss the AMLASH operation frequently, and never heard him characterize it as an assassination operation. Mr. FitzGerald stated within my hearing on several occasions his awareness that coup d'etat often involves loss of life.'" See the affidavit itself at 1993.07.02.17:36:56:120310 - page 3.
4/2/64 dispatch re JMWAVE relations with AMCARBON-1. Dudley R. Willings is identified as the ESEC.