Who was WIROGUE-1? part II

Who was WIROGUE-1? part II

Most human beings are but a mass of contradictions, no more so than some participating in clandestine operations where both legal skills and illicit ones are often required. Seldom are those practicing tradecraft what they appear to be and in rare cases they are far more than even their handlers expect. One noted Central Intelligence Agency foreign contract agent was an inventor, bank robber, photographer, forger, researcher, and potential assassin. Most knew him merely under the shadowy moniker WIROGUE-1 for decades…

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Pseudonym and Alias update

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Two new pseudonyms and one alias revealed for your inspection. The pseudonym Oliver Altman belongs to Justin O' Donnell a CIA employee sent to the Congo shortly before the assassination of Patrice Lumumba. Cuban Intelligence officer and Cuban Consul Alfredo Mirabal Diaz used the second pseudonym Federico in some communications and CIA analyst Leo Cherne used the alias (his former legal name) Leopold Chernetsky. #CIA #Evidence 

Pseudonyms update

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Three new pseudonyms for your review, the first Bronson Tweedy the first CIA Africa division leader questioned about discussing the possible assassination of Congolese leader Patrice LaMumba. The second is the false name of a former DGI (Cuban Intelligence) Chief of Uraguay, and the final name is a Chinese ally of the anti-Communist Cuban group the Unidad Revolucionaria.  #JFK #CIA #DGI 

Who was QJWIN?

Who was QJWIN?

An enduring question lingering in the shadows of modern history is the true name of one of the Central Intelligence Agency's most concealed assets. QJWIN is the cryptonym assigned to this person active prior to President Kennedy's death. The first sign of him was among a large trove of cryptonyms buried in a document over a hundred pages in no particular order. I was startled to find he was the very first entry. QJWIN's name is Jose Marie Andre Mankel and multiple primary documents confirm this including his contract, contract extension, biography file, and in Select Committee file listing various cryptonyms. Mankel additionally utilized pseudonyms and the false identities of a New York businessperson called John J. Berger and Jacques Berger a German salesperson...

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