Six new evidentiary files are offered on notable CIA figures including Ross Crozier, Henry Lopez, and Jacques Richardson. Additionally provided are two new summaries with photographs for Deputy IG Scott Breckenridge and Emilio A. Rodriguez.
Offered for your review is the new Consolidated CIA Files section that contains profiles with up to six different types of documents for each reviewed subject and updated summaries that present over forty notable CIA employees, agents, and officers. Over thirty new additional multiple document files are included from the November 2017 JFK Records releases and new subjects include David E. Murphy, Samuel G. Kail, George F. Munro, Henry Preston Lopez, Birch O'Neal, and Jacques Richardson. New documents include Contact and Personnel Files regarding David Lamar Christ, Anne Goodpasture, William Harvey, E. Howard Hunt, Thomas J. Keenan, J. Walton Moore, and Lucien E. Conein. #JFK #evidence
Conover-Mast Publications was a New York book publisher incorporated with offices in Chicago and grew to include locations in other major cities internationally. Burdette Pond Mast Sr. and Harvey Conover Sr. were formerly magazine sales representatives who founded Conover-Mast Publications, Inc. during 1928. Their first publication was Mill and Factory magazine and by 1948, Mast Sr. became Conover-Mast's Chairman of the Board. His son Burdette Mast Jr. joined the company in 1948 and became a vice-president in 1956 after working as the publisher of the "Construction Equipment" periodical.i ii Mast Jr. would eventually become the President of Conover-Mast subsequent to the death of both corporate founders...Read More
The pseudonym Thomas B. Casasin belongs to a largely unknown Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer. His name appeared in a memo researchers for years have discussed that supports that at least one Agency employee considered using Lee Harvey Oswald for the acquisition of foreign intelligence. While this does not definitively connect Oswald to the CIA, it does offer that possibility was quite real. While the mythical secret agent Oswald a few offer is improbable, we do have verifiable evidence dispelling past claims that Oswald would never be considered for official use.i However, there is more to the story of Casasin than just the prior versions of this notable memo...Read More