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Charles Krop, Daniel Milian, and Carlos Rodriguez [Quesada]


Thomas Graves
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According to Jim Garrison, a Charles Krop, with the Illinois Migrant Council in Chicago, called NOPD Sgt. Duffy in 1967 and told him that a day or two after the JFK assassination two anti-Castro Cubans, Daniel Milian and Carlos Rodriguez, had visited him, requesting funds for a Castro assassination attempt. Krop said the two Cubans mentioned that the leaders of the project were named Shaw and Ferrie, from New Orleans, and that "Rusk and the CIA knew about their work."

Anyway, here's Krop's obituary:

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/elpasotimes/obituary.aspx?pid=159580307

There are several FBI documents about Carlos Rodriguez Quesada and Daniel Milian. You can find some of them here:

https://www.maryferrell.org/php/showlist.php?docset=1758&sort=title&page=2

-- Tommy :sun

PS I've read somewhere that Garrison considered Krop and Bannister's employee, Joe Newbrough, to be "nuts," and therefore discounted their statements.

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According to Jim Garrison, a Charles Krop, with the Illinois Migrant Council in Chicago, called NOPD Sgt. Duffy in 1967 and told him that a day or two after the JFK assassination two anti-Castro Cubans, Daniel Milian and Carlos Rodriguez, had visited him, requesting funds for a Castro assassination attempt. Krop said the two Cubans mentioned that the leaders of the project were named Shaw and Ferrie, from New Orleans, and that "Rusk and the CIA knew about their work."

Anyway, here's Krop's obituary:

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/elpasotimes/obituary.aspx?pid=159580307

There are several FBI documents about Carlos Rodriguez Quesada and Daniel Milian. You can find some of them here:

https://www.maryferrell.org/php/showlist.php?docset=1758&sort=title&page=2

-- Tommy :sun

PS I've read somewhere that Garrison considered Krop and Bannister's employee, Joe Newbrough, to be "nuts," and therefore discounted their statements.

If you read Krop's obituary, he doesn't appear to have been hallucinatingly "nuts."

Too bad Garrison didn't take him seriously. Carlos Rodriguez Quesada was the leader of a radical faction of the 30th of November Revolutionary Movement, and had ties to Paulino Sierra.

http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/weberman/nodule10.htm

-- Tommy :sun

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