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FBI Cryptonyms – Identity Known:
Jeronimo Esteves, (various spellings), SJ-492-S, ally of Antonio Veciana, second cousin of Sylvia Odio, based in Puerto Rico. MM 492-S also discusses Operation Judas as a plan to put Hubert Matos as Cuba’s new leader with Gutierrez Menoyo as chief of the Army.
Andrea McCormick, reported to police LHO’s leafleting that led to his arrest. (in this document, FBI informant NO-6)
Carlos Quiroga, Cuban exile in New Orleans (in this document, FBI informant NO T-5)
Bill Finch – one of the CIA officers that had earned Aragon’s trust – told the FBI he was “unable to state” if CIA had an operational interest in Radio Libertad. In an Aragon and Marshall memo, we see “3–11–14” as stating “they do not know at the Miami level whether they are supporting Radio Libertad”. This comparison unlocks one of the secrets of the documents. CIA officer Bill Finch was Secret Service source 3–11–14.
Victor Vicente was NY-3245-S*
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9/9/64, Ray told the FBI that he had met Sylvia Odio on 5-6 occasions, originally at the home of Ray’s assistant Jeronimo Esteve. Esteve was interviewed the next day, and stated that Odio was his second cousin: https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=59640&relPageId=123 Here Esteve is described as SJ-492-S, and says that Odio was under psychiatric care in Ponce and in Dallas: https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=10111&relPageId=280
Carlos Quiroga – Dallas Confidential Informant T-5
10/5/63: Four 38 caliber revolvers – the type of revolver that shot Tippit – got turned over to Artime, Quintero, Artime’s bodyguard Enrique Garcia Chantres,