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According to this great article by David Boylan,

"Some of the people that [John Lawrence Howard] claimed to know and who's [sic] names appeared in his address book were:"

Pedro Diaz Lanz

Frank Fiorini [sturgis]

Frank Fernandez of Dallas

Lester Logue

Clint Wheat

William Gale

Larry Laborde

Enrique Molina Rivera -- "who Hemming and Howard claimed was a Castro agent"

Alexander Rorke

Richard Butler

Rolando Masferrer Rojas (and Masferrer's brother Kiki)

Robert K. Brown

Dr. Grennan [Dr. Stanley Drennan]

Eddie Field -- "right winger and friend of John Lechner"

Roy Hargraves

Nico Crespi

Dr. Robert Morris

Tony Varona

Renee Valdez

Edgar Eugene Bradley

Question: Does anyone know if this address book is viewable online? If not, where can it be found?

Thanks,

--Tommy :sun

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According to this great article by David Boylan,

"Some of the people that [John Lawrence Howard] claimed to know and who's [sic] names appeared in his address book were:"

Pedro Diaz Lanz

Frank Fiorini [sturgis]

Frank Fernandez of Dallas

Lester Logue

Clint Wheat

William Gale

Larry Laborde

Enrique Molina Rivera -- "who Hemming and Howard claimed was a Castro agent"

Alexander Rorke

Richard Butler

Rolando Masferrer Rojas (and Masferrer's brother Kiki)

Robert K. Brown

Dr. Grennan [Dr. Stanley Drennan]

Eddie Field -- "right winger and friend of John Lechner"

Roy Hargraves

Nico Crespi

Dr. Robert Morris

Tony Varona

Renee Valdez

Edgar Eugene Bradley

http://www.yasni.it/ext.php?url=http%3A%2F%2Fcuban-exile.com%2Fdoc_026-050%2Fdoc0046.html&name=Nico+Crespi&cat=other&showads=1

Question: Does anyone know if this address book is viewable online? If not, where can it be found?

Thanks,

--Tommy :sun

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According to this great article by David Boylan,

"Some of the people that [John Lawrence Howard] claimed to know and who's [sic] names appeared in his address book were:"

Pedro Diaz Lanz

Frank Fiorini [sturgis]

Frank Fernandez of Dallas

Lester Logue

Clint Wheat

William Gale

Larry Laborde

Enrique Molina Rivera -- "who Hemming and Howard claimed was a Castro agent"

Alexander Rorke

Richard Butler

Rolando Masferrer Rojas (and Masferrer's brother Kiki)

Robert K. Brown

Dr. Grennan [Dr. Stanley Drennan]

Eddie Field -- "right winger and friend of John Lechner"

Roy Hargraves

Nico Crespi

Dr. Robert Morris

Tony Varona

Renee Valdez

Edgar Eugene Bradley

http://www.yasni.it/...other&showads=1

Question: Does anyone know if this address book is viewable online? If not, where can it be found?

Also, is Jim Garrison's "interview" of Gerry Patrick Hemming on line? I'm trying to verify whether or not "[Loran] Hall had gotten Silvia Odio's name from a Ford motor salesman named Nico Crespi."

Thanks!,

--Tommy :sun

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According to this great article by David Boylan,

"Some of the people that [John Lawrence Howard] claimed to know and who's [sic] names appeared in his address book were:"

Pedro Diaz Lanz

Frank Fiorini [sturgis]

Frank Fernandez of Dallas

Lester Logue

Clint Wheat

William Gale

Larry Laborde

Enrique Molina Rivera -- "who Hemming and Howard claimed was a Castro agent"

Alexander Rorke

Richard Butler

Rolando Masferrer Rojas (and Masferrer's brother, Kiki)

Robert K. Brown

Dr. Grennan [Dr. Stanley Drennan]

Eddie Field -- "right winger and friend of John Lechner"

Roy Hargraves

Nico Crespi

Dr. Robert Morris

Tony Varona

Renee Valdez

Edgar Eugene Bradley

http://www.yasni.it/...other&showads=1

Question: Does anyone know if Larry Howard's address book is viewable online? If not, does anyone know where it can be found (and read)?

Note: Loran Hall claimed that a "Kiki Ferrer" lived in the same apartment complex in Dallas as Silvia/Sylvia Odio did in late September of 1963, and that this "Kiki" had introduced Hall to Odio. Some researchers, noting the similarity of the names "Ferrer" and "Masferrer," have speculated/claimed that his name was really Kiki Masferrer and that he was related to the infamous Rolando "El Tigre" Masferrer.

Edit: I've just read on another site a post by one of Rolando "El Tigre" Masferrer's great nephews in which he says that one of Rolando's brothers, Rodolfo Masferrer, was known as "Kiki," so FWIW it looks like Larry Howard had two of the three Masferrer brothers' names in his address book, and one of them was known as "Kiki." Now, it's interesting to note that Loran Hall said that the "Kiki Ferrer" who introduced him to Silvia Odio lived in the same apartment building as Silvia on Magellan Circle as Silvia Odio and that this "Kiki Ferrer" had introduced him (Loran Hall) to her, whereas Silvia Odio said that she didn't even know a "Kiki Ferrer" but volunteered that she did happen to know a Cuban "Masferrer" family that was living only five or six buildings away from hers in the same apartment complex! (Unfortunately, she didn't know Mr. Masferrer's first name.)

And regarding Nico Crespi, it's interesting to note that Rolando Masferrer told the CIA that Dallas' Antonio Crispi Larralde had been a captain in Castro's Cuban army, that Antonio Crespi Larralde had "recently" emmigrated to the US (as of the date of CIA document -- 11/17/60) and that he thought that Antonio Crespi Larralde was a Castro agent sent here to infiltrate anti-Castro groups. This ties in with what Gerry Hemming told A.J. Weberman: That Niacio [sic] Crespi was suspected of being a Castro agent. (Hemming said that "Kiki Ferrer" was also suspected of being a Castro agent!)

https://www.maryferr...83&relPageId=21

Gerry Hemming told A.J. Weberman (in Nodule #27) that Loran Hall had been sent to a ("suspected Castro agent") "Kiki Ferrer" on Magellan Circle to try to find Naico Crispi who, Hemming says, was also suspected of being a Castro agent, had been Cammillo [sic] [Cienfuegos'?] "number four man", and had, in so many words, left Cuba real soon after Camillo [sic] "got it" (Cuban Revolutionary Hero Camilo Cienfuegos died in a mysterious private airplane accident 10/28/59.)

https://docs.google....MLar4D5piqUeipA (where it says "Search the Document" in the upper right hand corner, type in "Naico" and press "Enter" a couple of times.)

It sounds to me as though Masferrer and Hemming could be talking about the same "Crespi."....

Thanks,

--Tommy :sun

Edited by Thomas Graves
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