LA Division Work File

The Latin America Division of the CIA created a "JFK Task Force" during the time of the Church Committee and HSCA, and was the source of CIA reports discussing possible Cuban complicity in the Kennedy assassination.

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  401.TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDED INTERVIEW OF PABLO HERNANDEZ MOYAS
RIF#: 104-10309-10004   (00/00/62)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  402.TRANSLATION OF AMFAUNA-1 MESSAGE DATED 15 JULY 1963
RIF#: 104-10308-10119   (07/15/63)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  403.TRANSMITTAL SLIP AND MEMO: INFORMATION CONCERNING POSSIBLE PLOT TO ASSASSINATE PRESIDENT KENNEDY
RIF#: 104-10506-10016   (12/08/62)   CIA#: LA DIV WORKFILE
  404.TWO MEMOS - AMWORLD
RIF#: 104-10308-10084   (00/00/)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  405.VIEW REF A HQS INFORMED ODENVY REF B SOURCE
RIF#: 104-10308-10234   (07/20/64)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  406.VIEWS OF SOVIET DIPLOMAT ON CUBAN SITUATION
RIF#: 104-10308-10196   (10/25/62)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  407.WITHHELD
RIF#: 104-10307-10037   (04/21/77)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  408.WITHHELD
RIF#: 104-10307-10076   (04/25/77)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  409.WITHHELD
RIF#: 104-10308-10269   (10/30/63)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  410.WITHHELD
RIF#: 104-10308-10272   (08/28/62)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  411.WITHHELD
RIF#: 104-10308-10283   (09/14/64)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  412.ZRKNICK
RIF#: 104-10308-10259   (00/00/63)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  413.ZRKNICK NON-CS MATERIAL- BOX 10
RIF#: 104-10308-10275   (10/27/62)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  414.ZRKNICK UNNUMBERED BOX VOLUME 111
RIF#: 104-10308-10282   (00/00/63)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
  415.ZRKNICK: INVESTIGATION OF CUBAN EXPIONAGE NET IN MIAMI
RIF#: 104-10308-10240   (00/00/63)   CIA#: LA DIV WORK FILE
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