Thank You......On another note; In the original version of TMWKTM, in a section regarding Win Scott, you mentioned a connection between Winston Scott and Ray Leddy which revealed they had known each other for quite some time ie Latin America, and then some strange parallels linked to Win Scott's manuscript and Leddy's former wife.....Not the best description, but I am sure you are familiar with the topic.....
Do you still feel that Gilbert Le Cavelier was a credible source after all these years?
I have always been intrigued by his assertion that Hunt met Souetre in Madrid in March-April 1963.
I knew no more about Le Cavelier than I came across in Bud Fensterwald's files. He seemed credible at the time.
With that in mind, I thought you might find the following document interesting.....
Title: CABLE- EVENING 23 JUNE COUNSELOR RAY LEDDY AND FIRST SEC JOE MONTLLOR HAD INTERVIEW WITH, AT HOME
From: MEXICO CITY
Subjects:LEDDY, RAY; AMHAWK
Comments: JFK64-6:F4A 1998.07.01.11:39:23:733108:
DIR CITE MEXI 5820
RE EMBTEL 3319 25 JUNE 60
1. EVENING 23 JUNE COUNSELOR RAY LEDDY AND FIRST SECRETARY JOE MONTLLOR HAD INTERVIEW WITH AMHAWK AT HOME LEDDY. MEETING ARRANGED AND ATTENDED BY GULLERMO BELT FORMER CUBAN AMB PBPRIME, FRANCISCO ICHASO CUBAN WRITER ALSO PRESENT. RESULTS MEETING SET FORTH REF.
2. ON 30 JUNE GRAL MANUEL BENITEZ VALDEZ FORMER CUBAN SENATOR REPORTED MEETING ABOVE TO MONTLLOR WITH DETAILS. SAID ICHASO TOLD HIM ABOUT MEETING.
3. STATION HAS EVIDENCE AMHAWK UNDER TECHNICAL SURVEILLANCE [TELEPHONE CONxxxxxED AT SWITCHBOARD] WHILE HOTEL. LIKELY PHYSICAL SURVEILLANCE ALSO MOUNTED AGAINST HIM WITH CONSEQUENT SECURITY BREACH. RECOMMEND FRD LEADERS BE WARNED AVOID OVERT U.S. GOVT. CONTACT.
I hope you don't mind me posting this here, I just thought you might find the document interesting if you hadn't already seen it......
I have come to the conclusion, that The Man Who Knew Too Much is probably the only book in the field of the Kennedy Assassination, that covers such a wide diversity of people/places/groups.
That is why I have both copies.
Yours in Research