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39 minutes ago, Michael Clark said:

This thread is for sharing documents. If you have something to debate please create or find another thread.

okay

EDIT ALERT:  Is it okay if I post oodles and gobs of  old Mexico City recap B.S.?

 

--  T.G.

Edited by Thomas Graves

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Greg Burnham shared this, from The Black Vault, today on Facebook. The Black Vault has converted (all?) documents into a searchable, clickable index.

http://www.theblackvault.com/documentarchive/j-f-k-assassination-records/#

 

The entire collection of all records released have been compiled below. Despite the files originally being released in a non-searchable format, The Black Vault converted 100% of the files to a searchable format, and compiled them into a search engine above.  In addition, The Black Vault created a 3,032 page index file of the entire collection, with clickable links to download the files.  This also can be downloaded below.

The Documents Released

Please Note: Due to the size of the following index, which is more than 47MB in size, we recommend to download (right click, save as…) the .pdf file to your desktop, and open it from there. 

pdf.gif CLICK HERE FOR A COMPLETE INDEX OF DOCUMENTS RELEASED [3,032 Pages, 28.3MB]

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Two Documents by Leonard McCoy On Nosenko

1978 8 page Cronology of an Effort to Inspire Objective Review of the Nosenko Case

http://documents.theblackvault.com/documents/jfk/NARA-Oct2017/2018/104-10095-10126.pdf

1965  58 page conclusion that Nosenko was a true defector 

http://documents.theblackvault.com/documents/jfk/NARA-Oct2017/2018/104-10095-10151.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

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https://www.archives.gov/files/research/jfk/releases/2018/157-10008-10211.pdf

List of attachments, some missing including 

13. Memo... record... AMLASH 1 meeting, 29 October, 63. Dated 13 November 63.

14. Contact Plan CSAS meeting AMLASH in ****** undated

15. Cover for C/SAS meeting AMLASH 1 ******* undated

16. Scenario for C/SAS meeting with AMLASH -1 in ****** updated

17. Fall back position for AMLASH 1 undated

18. Memo Record plans for AMLASH 1 contact. Dated 19 November 1963

19, Contact report AMLASH 1. 22 Nov. 63 in ******* dated 25. Nov. 63

20 . Director. Dated 18 Dec. 63

21. JMWAVE dated 7 Dec. 1963

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Page 5.   "Here", presumably the location of the "World Youth Festival"  = Helsinki = 14-1

(Also AMWHIP, AMLASH-1)

P. 11. Location Code. 19-1

p. 14.   19-6, 14-6 loc. Codes

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( does this doc dispute the identity of AMLASH, AMWHIP?)

AMWHIP 1 and AMLASH 1

Interestingly, this document is dated to August, 1962.

The Mary Farrell site indicates that AMLASH was recruited in 1963

AMWHIP-1- Carlos Tepedino Gonzalez, a Cuban exile living in the U.S. who was a "long-time friend" of Rolando Cubela (AMLASH). AMWHIP-1 arranged the 1961 meeting between a CIA case officer and Cubela, who was recruited to attempt to assassinate Fidel Castro. 

AMLASH.   Rolando Cubela Secades, a Cuban doctor and official who was recruited in 1963 for an assassination attempt on Castro. Cubela stated that Castro had to be eliminated before any coup could succeed and had initially requested a high powered rifle from the CIA. The CIA balked at that and Cubela was being given a CIA poison pen on Nov 22 when news of JFK's death broke. Suspicion remains that Cubela may have been acting as a dangle to the CIA by Castro; that is fueled by his lenient treatment after being exposed and convicted of treason. 

Why is there a note in the margins of page 10, asking where LHO stayed on July 30, of 1962, while discussing a meeting betweem AMLASh- 1 and AMWHIP-1 in Helsinki?

p. 11. Location Code. 19-1

 

 

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