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According to reports from the Costa Rican newspaper
Nacion ", there was a training camp in Costa Rica, and in November
Customs Authorities found Cubans smuggling
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group receiving US backing, known as
Artioe. The Secret Organization of
claimed res1-onsib1lity for the attack. Nev1spaper accounts indicated
that Artime denied responsibility for the raid and in a statement from
Panama suggested the Cast_ro __ nm ___ e. nt _ resp_ onsible in. an_..,   .
to discredit the MRR.       .
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(continued)
Foregoing information concerning Artime appears in the
following references:
REFERENCE
SEARCH SLIP PAGE
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"The !vii ami News"
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The f·1iami Herald",
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Ship Blasts").
97-4133-llS
105-112098-568 encl.p.2
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ANn- FIDEL CASTRO ACTIVITIES
INTERNAL SECURilY - CUBA
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DeclasslfJ en: OAbR
!be Frente Revolucionario Democratico (FRD) has organized
atu:ients, professional men, coDJl!t::rcisl people, and for:er ·.
members of the Cuban Armed Forces. A number of Cuban exile
political leaders continue to FRD and its policies.
FRD active in voicing on affairs, iesuirig
press releases, hss rtic ted
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are numerous other anti- r _
of women, lawyers, Masons,
businessmen and When U. S. broke diplomatic
relations with Cuba on l/3/61, demonstrations occurred
in Miami and Tampa.   continues
to appear daily in Miami.
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Deputy Ghie!, Security Research Staff
Jerry G. Brown
MOSS, Edward K.
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CIA HISTORiCAL  
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1. Reference ll made to a Z8 Febra.ary 1968,
captioned "Brazil Flahln< Ventup and Ruuiaa Fhhln& Veeeola", aubmltted
by Ec!wlll P. (fl04 653} Jwho at that tlm.e
...,. •• a Staf! age .•Jover: a.n ...... DUJJ/ vDP. 111 thl• .
memorandum. ILSON outlined hla •·limited"' contact• ,.,lth MOSS.
WILSON atated that h4 met MOSS "In 1966 throu&h Franlr; 0' CONNELL,
Waahlll&toll • • • of the Tran•port Worker• U11loll. The mem-
orandum a lao euga;eata that one of WILSON' • baalne•• a.e•oclatee, Richard·
S. COBB (1503 714) abo havlne bualne11 colltacte "'·ith MOSS._
z. In referenced memorandu.m.. WILSON •tated that "eub&equent
lnveetl&atlon 1ur!aced Information from Dun a11ci Bradstreet and • \'"erbal
report from tun a.nd Bradstreet recognizing MOSS' long stancinlt 'Mafla'
connection•·" "MOSS' operatloll aeem• to ba government contract. for the
underworld and probably •ur!acea Mafia money In legltlmate busin•u•
actlvltle•."
3. The MOSS OS file ia cievold ol any Curthar information concerning
potential Mafia connection• Oil his part. The OS file will not be eu.nunarlzed
at present but will be highlighted ln a memorandum.
4. A a a reautt o! the foregol11g, research waa initiated con:::ernins
MOSS .,..bleb reeulted In the recovery of an FBI letterhead memorandum.
c!ated 18 January 1961, captioned, "Manuel Antonio VARONA, Internal
Security - Cuba" containing information !urnlsheci to the FBI by a
"ropreaentath-e of a11 agency o£ the Stue• Government." .
(.M&Iluol Antonio VARONA la belleved to be identical with lV.anuol
Antonio VARONA, .with a.ka1, OS 1163 681). The information the
FBI received from tho other US government agen.cy Ia aa lollowa:
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DIRECTOR, FBI (97-4110) DATE: 10/18/63
FROK: SAC, NEW ORLEANS (105-2096)
  DXKOCRATA CRISTIANO
IS - CUBA
NEUTRALITY MATT:US
(IIDC)
Re Bureau letter to Miami, 10/7/63, and Miami
airtel to Bureau, 10/8/63.
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Data regarding the alleged trai--n _b--zv
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o L-'- New Orleans, dated 10/3/G3, an n e
<..:> iX; CASTRO ACI'IVITIES, IS - CUBA". That report
Z -:t: \ reflected that the proposed training camp in New .
S? ;j Orleans did not in effect materialize and all CUbans
1,11, who had arrived in New Orleans in July, 1963 to attend
this camp returned to Miami shortly thereafter.
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:5 wJ-ts inquiries to the possible Jlississippi
--' c:: t-..Pf a training camp where twelve men were allegedly being
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NElf ORLEANS DIVIS ION
· J(rj, AT JACKSON, NATCHEZ, HATTIESBURG, MERIDIAN,
GULFPORT AND BILOXI, Jlt!SS!SS!PPI
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phon{cally contacted the Orleans Office and advised
about Ausust 2, . 1963 .• tr1o Cubans \ ,J hO had · l.n · a
can!) so=C\?i:e=e across the lak.e, location  
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. his · store and. wanted to· go back -co K1IXGUIER ·stated
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that these
two Cu o.:..ns told him that an individual in the c;;.o;>, ·FEin·L.-\}i"DQ' .•
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BARC:SXA , was a CASTRO spy. .
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BRINGUIER said he l ater learned that letters ·
·written by E..-\RC:SNA had been intercepted, ·o:1e o! "h'hich \=/as to '
. Cub.:..n in said tha t he
believes t:1at B.;?.CENA. was -questioned by A6ents Miami I
that there ·about the activity of
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Ur. B?.IKGUIEa advised that the above being
called to tho FBI's attention at this tine, since
os·sA8 had appe:1red at BRINGUIER 's store on August 5, : 1963,
a?d offered to train guerillas:
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· _OSWALD had with ·any· Cubans , and tha.t OS\'i.Al.!) -.:;::.<ld.a no mention
.of _any camp and gave no indication of ·
about a training or of being acquainted -with any Cubans .

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APl>rov•l t:rplre• 1·JI•68
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF IUSTICE
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SIJORT-FORM REGISTRATION STATEMENT
Under the Foreign Agents Registration Act o/1938, aa ,1mended
This statement is required to be ftled by a ll officers, directors, partners, or associates in conjunction with
a registration statement filed in t he name of a COq>Oration, partnership, association or other combination of in-
dividuals, as the case may be, ond by all persons who render services or assistance to the registrant in other
than o clerical or secretanal capacity, with or without co:npensation, for or in the interests of any foreign plio-
cipal of the reg.tstrant.
TIUS \HLL NOT UE ACCEPTED FOR flLL"iG UNLESS IT IS COMPLETE AND ACCURATE.
1. Nome and address of registrant.
2. (a) Your full name.
EruqESTO RODRIGUEZ
54 NoW. 33rd . AVE .
MIAMI I FLA. 0
GUIDO ERNESTO RODRIGUEZ DIAZ
(b) All other names ever used and when each was used.
NONE
(c) All present business addresses.
2264 W. FLAGLER
MIAMI I FLA.
(d) All present residence addresses.
3. (a) Date and ploce of birth.
(b) Cllizenshtp or nationality.
54 N.W. 33rd AVE .
1-HAMI I FLA.
NOVEMBER 7, 1903
ARTENISA I CUBA
CUBAN
( c) If present citizenship not acquired by bi rth, i ndicate when, where, and how acquired.
4.
All visits to or residence in foreign countries during the past 5 years.
Purpose of uiti t or •Cay D11te and port of each departure fro,.
Nawt.e of fore ip councry in forei&n co1mlry o,.J encry uUo Uni ted Staus
Cuba Lived in Cuba Entry Miami, May 13 ,
Cuba
Lived in Cuba Departure Miami , May 16 ,
Mexico Health Rest Entry Miami , Jul . 30 ,
Cuba Lived in Cuba Departure Miami , Aug . 9,
Cuba
Lived in Cuba Entry Miami , Nov . 18,
Cuba
Lived in Cuba Departure Miami , J a n. 2 I
Cuba Lived in Cuba Entry Miami, May 27,
Canada For I nmigrant Visa Departure Tampa , J an . 4 ,
Canada For Inmigrant Visa Entry Tampa , J an . 5 t
Me xico Health Rest Departure Miami, Jul. 5 t
Mexico
Health Re st Entry Miami, Jul . 24,
1960
1960
1960
1960
1960
1 961
1961
1962
1 962
1962
1962
Venezuela Visit To D.M.Co Departure Mi ami , March 12, 1 96
Venezuela Vi sit To D.M.C. Entry Miami, March 16, 196
Mexico
Health Rest Departure !-1iami, J une 30 , 1 963
Costa Rica Pleasure Entry !-1iami , Aug . 1, 1963
Spain In Transit Dep. New York, Aug . 31 , 1963
Germany
World Congress of
C.D.P' s . Entry New York
Oct. 3 ,
1 963
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5. All • committees, Hnd other nonbusiners organizations in the United States or
eluding any active or reserve military or naval forces, of which you have been a member director officer, or
employee during the past 2 years. ' '
Name and of
or&onizotion
N 0 N E WHATSOEVER.
Nature of connection with
or&ani:ohon
of connection
6. (a) A full description of all activities of any kind in which you are now or expect to be engaged for or in the
intc.ests of the Regjstrant or any foreign principlll of >·ourse!! or of the R-::gi:;trant.
President of J\lovimiento Democrata Cristiano from September, 1964
to February 19 5:;-:.-----------------....;
(b) A brief description of all othcr cccuputions, and p:1l;lic activities in ...vhich you are now  
gaged.
Vice-President ln charge of finance and credit of:
CARIBBEAN HERCANTILE EXPORT CORPORATION
7. (a) Describe in detail the financial onangement pursuant to which you ore rendering services or assistance to
the registrant for or in the interests of any [orcign principal of the registronL
N 0 N E
(b) Furnish the following infonnation as to all amounts or thing of value received by you, as compensation or
otherwise, during the 3 months preceding the filing of this statement. direcUy or indirectly &om the reg-
istrant or from any foreign principal of yourself or of the registrant.
Date funds

Name of person from whom
uceit.•ed
N 0 AMOUNTS FROJ\1
T Y P E 0 F A C T I V I T Y.
P11rpou for which
received
ANYONE
Amot&llt or Chin8 of valae
received
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8. (a) Speeches, lectures, twlks, Hnd nld.iu tdevt.!:loa bro&dc.asts deliverrd by you the past 3 months.
S cl molter
didctu•ed
ACCOMPANYING A NE>·lSPAPER TRANSCRIP'r OF A RADIO APPEARA.J.'<CE
ON SEPTEMBER 27, 1964 OVER H M IE
IN MIMII, FLORIDA.
(b) All newspapers, ma,;azines, articles, books, pamphlets, press releases, moving pictures, r&d.io Md televi·
sian pror.ra.m$ und scopts, and other pu:"J!ications, or distributed by YO\I or by others for yoo, or in
the p:eperotion or distnbi.:.bon of wludt you any services or during the past 6 months.
Du cripr ion of
p..hlicoliOil
S E E A D' 0 V E.
By w_,l\oM pritlkd,
prod»eed, 01'

By wA.om
9. List ull of your conne-ctions, not !.-lly described above, with all fon.:.·ign r,overnmcnt..s, (oreig.n political partjes
or officials or Hf.ctlCies thereof.
Nar.u of TXJ"Y
or offici-o/ or ;.q,cnr:y
IAcrrof
Nature of JCUT c.(.fia,
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conrucli(ln
Naturt' of any s&J.bHd-r
or olhn fHvlnc 1aJ '
arranr.t'mnsl
I HAVE ;\0 COm:\ECTIONS \"liTH ANYOi•JE, T:IE "l·10VH1IE:-:TD DEMOCRl\.'L;.
CRISTIANO
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HAS RELATIONS Vlirl'B DE2·10CLl'\ ..TIC PARTIES
LOCATED IN COUNTRIES OUTSIDE THE IIZON CURTAI!1.
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1 certify that I have re11d the information set forth in thi!l statement and am familiar with the contents thereof
and that the inform;;atiun herem contruned is true to the be3t of my koowltd,e and belief.
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,_. Uoe co•'•'wd berei.a &s &jvr.o. A third copy l!lbollld be llald re&ateed far hllllre ft'ffl"eoce.)

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Date and port of departurE
purpose of visit or from and entry into
Name of foreign country stay in foreign country. United States.
Dom. Republic
Dom. Republic
Venezuela
Venezuela
Mexico
Mexico
Dom. Republic
Dom. Republic
Looking for good investrc.ent
Looking for good investment
O.D.C.A. Congress
O.D.C.A. Congress
Health Rest
Health Rest
Business
Business
Departure Mi2.mi, tJo·,ce. 2 5/0 r
Entry San Juan, Nov.
Departure Miami, May 15/64
Entry San Juan, May 18/64
Departure Miillni, Jul. ll/64
Entry Miami, Aug. 2/64
Departure Miami Aug. l0/·c•4
Entry San Juan, Aug. 12/64
The following is a translation of certain initials used ln this detail:
D.M.C., should read C.D.M. and means CRISTL"u'1 DEHOCRATIC MOVEMENT
C .D. P 's. means CRISTIJLJ\1 DEMOCR!cTIC PARTIES.
0 .D .C .A. means "ORGc'\2'HZACIONES DErlOCRl\Tl\ CRISTIANl\S de ANERIC.'\" or
CRISTil\N DEMOCJU\T OEC''uH/:hTIONS of liJ1ERICA.
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Dice Ernesto Rodriguez, Presidente del
Movimiento Dem6crata Cristiano
de Cuba en el Exilic
"El triun(o de Ed:Jardo h:;sta en bs .alt.r.s esfera.-:. de mtl·
en Chile, lo consider;;,mos como chDS pai.q>s del m:.rndo lib:e.
un triunfo nuestro, pero :yo di- posib!e lnfib;,ci6n en las fi·!
ria algo mas, qne es un triun- las del si::dic:di5mo crisci;;.no no
!o para Am€-rica. El triunfo de debe cor.nJt<Jir motivo de preo-
Frei gran tr<!.scendcnci.'l y cup.o.ctfm p.:.ra Ia Df'mocracia
puede analiz.arse desde n:ucf.'Os Cristia::a ya que ella no a kzwza
E.s, ademJ.s, el primer a los cuaGrcs y m:es-
pais del Contin(:nie donde se cs- tra dcctrir.a liquida de hrcno
I tablcce lib:-err.ente un gobler- todo infe!l:o de penetradOn ro-
na DemOCrata Cristiano", deda- ja en sus ftlas".
r-6 1"1 Sr. Er:u?sto P,odri):;'Jez,
Pre:;iden:e de! De- EL l<lDC Y LA DE
Cristiano fie Cuba. CLBA.
El Sr. Ernc.<=to P.odri;:::uez, "Emitir un juicio sobre Ins
re.:;pondi('ndo a las p:-cgunta.<; actu;;les de una
que le formula;a un panel inte- lib-cr.1ci6n inr:.:ediata es al,;o
,grado por los perio.:.list:-.s r.o lo :',Jrda _hacer n'ngt;n,
Barrera, del Colc:::to ;.;
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., cu_n::mo respon;;Jb!e. La !-_ltu3:
I ciono:Jl de de Cuba
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de! "":'o cubano -af:rmo
: en el Exiiio Y Luis i e: P.odn.;::Jez....-- es muy_ com-
, He.:! actor de Ia A;;f'ncia de :;..;-
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. : PJCJa par cncontrarse aentrv
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AIP, aetuando de del ju..:go de la in-
radar HCctor J. FonUn a"'recr6 I ternacionaL Pero el :'II DC ir2·
/ que •·eJ t:-iunfo de Frc'
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ba]a e infaugab!e-
1 la cierrota del co:nunts;no en: rr.cn,te desrle los __ camp;s
jA:r.irica. El doble er.say\) pue
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en _,_a\or de_h ce
, to en prJctica pc.r el comuc!s-: p:..tna. Lo n_ac::nos con
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. mo tten!a a Chi:e I lo:,
como'escc-n.lriO po:l::co y a Cu-i -cursos c.e que bc ... os I
i ba C'L•:llC. e! m:litar. Sc <onsider6! h;;;.!.:a pero con L1[
! qt.:e Ia emociOn q'le dr.c:pert,
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·ia! ene.-.gia Y <!eci.>i6n necesari2.s·'.
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en los pueblos de el de· Y rcf1riCndosc a la  
rrocc.rr.lrn:o de una tirJ.nia por 1 futura d{'l :,IJC .en Cub::, cxp;·L· j
j una rcroluci6n comunista de- i c6:   bcha no tcrxw;J.-!
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tern: in :?tria e! tri:tnfo -electoral i ra con Ia de Cuh::L Es 1
del en Chile, pero la I entonao: cu:cndo, c-Dnst:t!.ndos:
ocup::.ciUn m;JitJr y el r€.1;.':-r.cn en po:!t.ico,
de krror que h:i h:.;b,do e:n· mos la otra lucba por la rccO:lS·
plear :?ara sostcner, el tr.;cciOn de nuc,u-a patria y J_a 1·
rojo en Cuba jur.to con .el ro- im,au:-acion en ella de un

h.:ndo f::.rcaso del rr:ismo no s6- me::t Dcr.:6a:na q:1e
Io en Jo politico sino en Jo so-· permita la reaiiz;,cion de ot:·o i
cial y "mil_:,gro" como. los lj
propa;;2.nda castnsta Amer!- en .t.uro;>a en tos paLscs que
ca. El reto politi<:o lanzado por dis!n:tan de gobiernos inspira·
el comunismo en la Repl!blica dos en r:uestra doctrina".
de Chile ha sido respondido te:-- Y prccismdo la posiciOn del
rninantemcnte con .el triunfo   c::.fatiz6, '"'la posiciOn rle
del D:-. Frei -continuO expo- la Dcmocracia Cristi3na est.:i. de-
niendo el Sr. Rodriguez- y que- finida inr<'cnacionalmentc dcsde
da solo, por tanto, para la de- r.·ace mucbos aiios y -cs de todos
rrota del doble er .. .,ayo a Q'J.C conocida." Se rf'fJrl6 a las ca-
no.s referimos, el reto mllit:J.r racleristicas que asume en cada
que Amedca representa lil. pais seg(m las reaUdades exi.s·
ocup::tci6n comunista en Cuba". tente$ e::1 el!os, mencionnndo los
.,Frei -insisU6- conjunta· gobiernos Dcm.Ocratus Cristia·
mente- con sus deberes de g(l- nos de Akmania e ltalia y des-
su pais, estani eor.s- ta<:ar.do co:no en cada caso ob-I
ciente de .su alta re.sp:msabili- tiene pcdiles propios as[ como j
dad de lider, para ayudar eon- en dcbera atcmperarse a
secucntemente a los Cemas pai- las rea!iG3des cubanas y no a
:,es de- America Y en especial al los de Italia, Chile y otro
que mas lo ncc-esita hoy, Cu- Y agreg6: ''E.! tendr<i fi-
ba". l!'onomia propia en Cuba y es
PE.'\F..TTI:\CIOS
i£:\' E.J_, SI:'\'DICALIS)IO
CRISTL\.."'0
'Pre.;:-untado la
dOn comunisa en el sindi.calls-
un mo\'imiento de centro iz·
quicrda".
DIYIS10:\' r:-1 EL >!DC Y
AL PUEBLO
CL"BA?\0
mo cristiano de AmCrica, res- "La divisiOn ha sid"O un mal
pondi6 cl Sr. Rodriguez: "En sui han padeciJo todas las or·
comparccencia an:crior a i en el exilio", <lijo
prop·o.:.ma, el Sr. I.l;$ebl0 el Sr. Lrnf'.;to Rodriguez en
habl6 de Y J(J l/1-1 ti!ta lJt.fh· de comV<>tcccllcil:h
filtraci6n raja en la Nlateral i declarando a continuaci6n que
sindical de la Derr.ocracia Cris-! "cl :'trDC ha do dcsde hn·
tiana de Latinoam6rica, pero no, ce dos ai1os los discn-par.das
se refiri6 ni al ;,me de Cuba ni! qcte en ocr.'-ior.es ante:iores cxis-
a_ los partidos Cris-1 tirron con
I
t1.anos de Amenca. Adt:>m.Js, no los cuaJcs hoy, todos
debt:-mos sorprer.de:-nos por e.s- i el Com1te Ejccutivo
ta probahle inf11traciOn en el
1
Xa"'ion:?tl", Fix:aL:.O esla prct_!;.J:n
1
I cristiano, pues hoy I ta el Sr. cxpresar::.d(l:
1
p.; f'(•""''";,.,..,r_ -..•·•il,   (C't-..di"',;,. ,.,. 1 .. l" ('f'l. 5'!
--------. "1 >.

ou_H.
I( I ' ' --:--.-.
de 1:1 P:i.!:'. I
"que Pl :'.!DC no e\·itar
1
q:;e ai,:::'J«·n, en rr.omcn-1
to, rcntra:Jz:.r la De-!
cL:'bana -en:
-'>:..1 a pP.sar de que nut:S· j
tra   por I
cscr..cia, es totalmer.te opuesta I
a todo de   o
p-crson:dismo .. ca,.;os asi pueden!
contmuar pre:=:cnLindosc ::.in q'.le ·
ella altere y me nos atln p:-eocu- 1
pe ni a r.uestra organizaci6n !li :,
a la DemocraCia CrisLana lati·
1

no3mericana, lo qt.:e si conside- I
ra:no.s lan-.cnable es qt:e org?.nis i
mos que p:-ctcr.dcn rca:.izar prV·I
sc:-ios sc prC'stcn a dar·;
le beli:;:crancia a personas 1
sin a medir el daiio:
que pucdC'n <:at_;sar a Cuba a i
del pcrjuicio qcre sc :e:
pMit·ia 'fif·rivar a una de !a;; mas i
! rcprc,;cntativas y rf·sponsables;
i organ:zar:ones ;::ubanas, como!
i lo es Ia nuestra". I
I
Fina'!:ncnte el Sr. Rodriguez i
dirigi6 una exortaci6n a la opi-
niOn pUb:ica cubana, e.o::pecial-
n;ente a los que viven en la Fa-
tria tortur-.1da por el comunis-
mo, ('nfaii;.ando que se diri;.;:ia
a los homhres que luchan en el
: clandc,;tinaje dentro de Cuba
, •·por los cuales -Y he aqtli
· i tcxll!::dc_s tocamos
todos los a las puer!as de
1 los p.:Iscs de Europa y America
I pidiendo ayuda, la que ya se nos
comi;;-n:ca a prestar , p:1ra 'que
del atelsmo que f.·oy p.:cieccmos,
surja una re!JUlllica dl·m6crata
y cristiana, ejemplar".
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QUESTION 4a
FOR YOUR IEFOP,EATION, INCLUD2 A LIST OF THE ME!-!BERS OF THE EXECUTIVE Coti}IITE:, '-IHICH
\lAS ELECED ON AUGUST 1963.
NAHE
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Hffi!BERTO PERC:Z
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JOSE c::;iAL
ERllESTO RODRIGUEZ
ENRIQUE VILLARICAL
ENRFlUE ROS
  GALNARE S
HUGO CANAL
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/i!1BROSIO GOcF.ALEZ
HERill:':RTO VAl. DES
ANA VILLARllliAL
JORGS NANTILLA
RONALD DOFICO
LAUREANO BATISTA
NICOLAS
JOSE IGNACIO
JOSE A. ORT.cGA
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NELCHOR GASTON
ADDRESS
2931 s. H. 19th Terr.
2465 Il. W. 94th St.
54 N. H. 33 Ave.
955 s. 3rd St.
160 s. H. 19th Rd.
1910 s. 7th St.
4024 N. 5th Ave.
423 Hajorco Ave.
Coral Gab lc s
3723 N. :1. 20th Ave.
165 East 5th  
Hialcetl1
6685 N, W. 39th St.
465 Glcnrid32 Rrl.
Key Biscayn2
1120 N. II. 21>th Ct.
1300 S. Botyshorc Drive
7641 S. \!. S!+th Ct.
ADVISORY BO.\f.l)
1201 s. 11. 13th
200 Cramwod Dr.
Key Biscayne
8540 s. H. 34th Terr.
POSITION
PRESIDENT
','Vice-Pre sidcnt
Public
Intc:n:.ntional S :::.
Documentation Secretary
Adffiinistrntive Secretary
Press Secretary
Publications Sccr2tnry
Social As.si.staacQ ;')':'cretary
Professional G ·o1:ns S cr2t.:;.:_
Labor Secretary
T aining
Trco.surcr
* All those that are not sp<Ocified live in the City of Himili, Florida.
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MEMORANDUM FOR: Director r
SUBJECT
Federal Bureau of Invesligalidn
Attention: Mr . S . J. Papich
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: - As sassinalion of President John Fitzgerald
Kennedy, November 22, 1963, Dallas, Texas.
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l. Reference is n1.ade to a rcpo.rl f1·on1 Lhe New Orleans office of
the FBI, subject as above , dated 20 July 1967 , concerning a transcript
of an interview District Allorney James Garrison with a
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Cuban refugee, Carlcrs QUIROGA. I
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2 . Certain statements made by QUIROGA may be significant.
The following arc illustrative:
a . P . 3.
11
AL the same time, the only reason why
I did nol -- of course I was with the other group too ••..
11
b . Pp. 3 - 4: QUIROGA refers to his
11
fight against
the Warren Commission
11
and n1akes an obscure reference
to trying
11
lo infiltrate this organization" .
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c . P . 6. QUIR0GA gave sorrt'6one named J uan, not
further identified, the name of one PENEQUE, who seems
lo have been in charge of a military training camp in
Lacombe, Louisiana, in 1963. QUIROGA also gave Juan
11
Lhe names of all the people I have been carrying in my
pocket for the last four years .•.•
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l'm a Cuban and I don
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l want to
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QUIROGA:
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I ,. ,. / betray tny country.
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c . P . 23. QUIROGA says that he went to Cuba in
1960, partly on a honeyn·10on, partly to see his father,
and partly to spend funds that he could n ot take out of
Cuba.
3. Our records contain information about one Carlos QUIROGA,
an electrical engineer living in Dcccmbe r 1964 at 3134 Derby Place,
New Orleans. lie reportedly had homose>..'Ual tendencies and was a
person of low morals. Until the middle of 1961 he was an ardent
supporter of Castro and rnade anti-U. S . stal em.cnts . He was never
employed by this Agency in any capacity.
FOR THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR PLANS:
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P ' ngleton
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