Guest Stephen Turner Posted December 11, 2005 Share Posted December 11, 2005 REFERENCE, DADE COUNTY INTELL FILE 14e To Lt Bromley From, Det Tarabochia. Date, Jan 11th 1962. Subject, Assist other agency, alleged plot to assasinate the president of the United States of America. At approx 6-30pm, Jan 10th 1962 Det A, L Tarabochia was contacted at his home by S/S Agent Ernest Arragon in reference to an alleged plot to assassinate President John F Kennedy. Arragon revealed that according to information recieved by his Agency, RAFAEL ANSELMO RODRIGUEZ MOLINS, a naturalized US citizen of Dominican ancestry, was en route from Chicago, to Miami to attempt the assassination of JFK next time he arrives in West palm Beach. The subject also known as RAFAEL MOLINA, is a W/M, 39, 5ft 10ins, Brown eyes, black receding hair and wears glasses. He is known to disguise himself as a priest, and carries a weapon concealed in a Camera case. Since the subject has a badly infected foot, he probably walks with a limp. Arragon added that the subject was to contact a Cuban male in the Miami area before before proceeding to West Palm Beach, the contact, ARMANDO PABLO ESTRADA QUINTANA was amember of the exile forces that attempted the invasion of Cuba on April 17th 1961. Lopez is married, and his wifes name is MERCEDES LOPEZ. FURTHER INFORMATION RECIEVED JAN 12th 1962. The subject (Estrada) was observed at his residence, Jackson Heights NY, Lopez Estrada was a member of the Havana Police force prior to the fall of the Batista regime. Because of his participation in the abortive invasion attempt, he still recieves a monthly check from the CUBAN REVOLUTIONARY COUNCIL.Arragon advises that both subjects, Estrada and Molino, had been located in Chicago on Jan 11th 1962. Found on a Cuban exile website. If true very interesting as it highlights early activity amoung ANTI CASTRO CUBAN GROUPS, In particular the CUBAN REVOLUTIONARY COUNCIL In attempted assassination attempts. Anyone have any further info on this. Steve. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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