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228 John Gordon RIF 178-10002-10320

228 John Gordon RIF 178-10002-10320

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Title:
JOHNGORDON
Author:nJa
Pages:
4
Agency:
ROCKCOM
RlF#:
178-10002-10320
Subjects:
GORDON,JOHN;ANTI-CASTROACTIVITIES;CIA;GONZALES,
 
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COf.WISSIONONCIAACTIVITIESWITHINTHEUNITEDSTATES
Washington,DC20500
May29,1975
MEMORANDUM
To:File
From:MasonCargill
Suhject:
'JWN
GORDON
On
May28,1975,
John
GordoncalledCommission
headquartersandstatedthat
hehad
1nformat1on
relevantto
our
inquiry.
I
returnedhiscall-'thesame
day,
andhetold
methathe·hadinformation
relating
toa
plot
against
Castro
,whichinvolves
the
CIA.He
declined
to·
give
further
details
overthetelephone.
After
conferring
w1thDavldBelin,
I·
calledhimbaokand
askedhimtocome
toWashingtonthenext
daytotalkwith
us,.
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David
and
I
interviewedGordonon
May
29,1975·,
at9:50a.m.atthe
Commission'soffices.Gordonretiredfrom
theO.S.
Navy
in196~
with
therankof
LieutenantCommander.
He
had
been
anintelligence
specialist
inthe
·Navy
onanQ
Qff
since
1940.Heis
presently
an
Assistant
ProfessorofHistoryat
Framing-ham
StateCollegeinMassachusetts.
His
address
is
J
Sun
valley
D:r:lve,
Framingham,Massachusetts01701.
Thefollowinqis
Gordon's
story.
A
fewdays·~fter
the
Bayof
Pi9S
invasionin
1961Gordonwastoldhewasto
be
transferredfrom
hisjobinthe
O££ice
ofthe
ChiefofNaval
Operationsto
the
Navy
baseatGuantanamo
as
baseIntelligence
officer.Hewasbriefed
by
severalagenciesincludingtheCIAbeforeleavingforGuantanamo.
At
onebriefing
by
officersfromacertainofficewithintheOfficeofNaval
Intelliof:mcp-

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