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anatomy of a fake defection

Ed Keenan was recruited as a redskin agent by Richard Snyder. Ed Keenan was present for Oswald's "defection".

CIA agent (under embassy cover), Russell Langelle, told the HSCA that there were three or four students working on "orientation" projects for the CIA in the Soviet Union.

Keenan was a Russian specialist on the student exchange program from Harvard. He got kicked out of the SU for spying around the same time Snyder left Moscow for a post in Tokyo.

Ed Keenan should be among the first issued a subpeona to give evidence in any new investigation.

Well,

At least we know where he is.

Former Director, now Honorary Affiliate

http://www.doaks.org/about/administration_and_staff.html

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http://www.doaks.org/research/

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anatomy of a fake defection

Ed Keenan was recruited as a redskin agent by Richard Snyder. Ed Keenan was present for Oswald's "defection".

CIA agent (under embassy cover), Russell Langelle, told the HSCA that there were three or four students working on "orientation" projects for the CIA in the Soviet Union.

Keenan was a Russian specialist on the student exchange program from Harvard. He got kicked out of the SU for spying around the same time Snyder left Moscow for a post in Tokyo.

Ed Keenan should be among the first issued a subpeona to give evidence in any new investigation.

Well,

At least we know where he is.

Former Director, now Honorary Affiliate

http://www.doaks.org..._and_staff.html

http://www.doaks.org/

http://www.doaks.org/research/

http://www.doaks.org/about/

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&expIds=17259,24683,26637,27023,52753&sugexp=ldymls&xhr=t&cp=5&rlz=1R2TSNA_enUS391&wrapid=tljp1287138715631012&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=dumbarton+oaks&fb=1&gl=us&hq=dumbarton+oaks&cid=0,0,11331374349661080557&ei=oC24TP2-HMKblgeX2fXtDQ&sa=X&oi=local_result&ct=image&resnum=2&sqi=2&ved=0CCkQnwIwAQ

Bill,

Sometime in the mid '60's TASS named him as a spy who had been expelled in '61. He was interviewed by the press in the US as a result, and made the expected denial about any CIA connection. But if he is called now, I believe he no longer can or should, make the same denial. Too much is known now - ironically in part due to PMJ naming him in her book.

I do predict however, that he'll offer an innocent reason for his presence in Snyder's office. It's just a matter of how convincing he can make it sound. It's going to have to be VERY convincing to overcome:

  • Being there on a day the embassy is not open - coincidently the same day Oswald was
  • Being in the office of the man who recruited him into this particular CIA program
  • Not coming forward during the investigation
  • The fact that Snyder lied by omiting to mention his presence that day
  • The further coincidence of arriving in and leaving the SU at about the same time as Snyder
  • Langelle's admission that some students were involved in CIA work

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