These are just a few of the persons
connected to the Mexico City aspect of the case.
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|James J. Angleton - (1917-1987) headed the CIA's Counterintelligence Staff from 1954 until he was forced into retirement by then-DCI Colby in 1974.||Valeriy Kostikov - Senior Soviet KGB agent in Mexico, in charge of the KGB's Department Thirteen (responsible for assassination and sabotage) supposedly met with "Oswald" in the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City.||Lee Oswald 1(939-63), alleged assassin of John F. Kennedy, born in New Orleans, La. Supposedly visited Mexico City in late September - early October, 1963, and visited both the Cuban and Russian Embassies there.|
|Ambassador Thomas Clifton Mann - (b. 1912) Born in Laredo, Tex., November 11, 1912. U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador, 1955-57; U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, 1961-63.||J.Edgar Hoover - Director of FBI||Luis Echeverria (1999 photo) - Mexican Minister of Gobernacion, later President of Mexico|
Richard Russell - Russell, Richard Brevard, Jr. (1897-1971),
U.S. lawyer and Democratic political
leader, born in Winder, Ga.; governor of Georgia 1931-33; U.S. senator 1933-71; served
as chairman Senate Armed Services Committee and Senate Appropriations
|Richard Helms - became CIA Deputy Director of Plans in 1962, later Director of the Central Intelligence Agency 1966 - 1973|| Nick Katzenbach (1999)
deputy U.S. attorney general 1962- 64, acting attorney general Sept.1964-Jan. 1965, attorney general 1965-66; undersecretary of state 1966-69.
|James Hosty - FBI agent assigned to investigate Lee and Marina Oswald prior to the JFK assassination.||President Johnson||"mystery_man" photographed outside of Russian Embassy in Mexico City|
|James Rowley - Secret Service agent in charge of the White House detail during the Truman Administration, Chief of US Secret Service, 1961|| David A. Phillips
- in charge of Cuban
operations for the CIA in 1963, and whose career was deeply entwined in anti-Castro
operations, Western Hemisphere Division of
the CIA Deputy Directorate of Operations, Chief of Latin American and Caribban Operations, retired in 1975.
|William Sullivan - FBI Counterintelligence, assistant director in charge of security in Washington.|
|Earl Warren - (1891-1974), U.S. lawyer, born in Los Angeles, Calif.; governor of California 1943-53; Republican vice-presidential nominee 1948; appointed chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1953, served as head of President's Commission to Investigate the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy (Warren's Commision) 1963, retired 1969.||Win Scott - CIA Chief of Station, Mexico City (Anne Goodpasture was his assistant.)||Silvia Duran - Secretary at the Cuban Embassy in Mexico City, assisted Owald, a Mexican national, she was later arrested and tortured.|
A. McCone, the
Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 1961-1965
|Eusebio Azcue - Cuban Consulate Consul in Mexico City||-|
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