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I recently found at NARA {National Archives & Records Administration} a

U.S. Intelligence report falsely stating that I had been issued a passport

by the Cuban revolutionary government to enter Cuba in 1960. It is a lie,

also such passport was not required at that time!

The same report states that among others I had met with Major William Morgan

{executed a few months later by Castro} for alleged counterrevolutionary

activities, also an error by U.S. Intelligence for whom I was at the same time

laboring! A few other Cuban government officials I did meet with,but not

mentioned in the above U.S. Intelligence reports included F. Castro.

Now, these discoveries more than four decades later indicate I was likely being

steered from the background with the intent to involve me even more

deeply, in deadly anti-Castro schemes?

MORGAN

An American,Major William Morgan, of Toledo, Ohio.

Morgan held equal military rank with Castro in the

Cuban Revolutionary Army. Saluted by Castro as a

hero of the revolution.

Trijillo, President of Dominican Republic.

Trijillo the murderer tried to deal

With Morgan, Castro's power to steal

Dominicans landed and died in Cuba's snare

Not one Trijillo soldier did Castro spare

Major Morgan,soldier and hero true

Saved the Revolucion, not else would he do.

On Bill Morgan this history did hinge

Then an angry U.S. State Dept. went on a binge

Morgan's citizenship the did revoke

Knowing he soon die by this infamous hoax.

Morgan as an officer in the Cuban Revolutionary Army, could not, would not

agree with CIA {Central Intelligence Agency} to aid the Dominican dictator

Trijillo in attempting to overthrow Castro's government. Morgan informed Castro

of the plan. The U.S. state Dept. then withdrew Morgan's U.S. citizenship while

leaking false information to Castro that Morgan was in fact working with CIA.

Castro beleived the information and had Morgan arrested and executed.

Like him and his chosen position or not, Morgan remained true to his calling to the end.

H.J.Dean

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I recently found at NARA {National Archives & Records Administration} a

U.S. Intelligence report falsely stating that I had been issued a passport

by the Cuban revolutionary government to enter Cuba in 1960. It is a lie,

also such passport was not required at that time!

The same report states that among others I had met with Major William Morgan

{executed a few months later by Castro} for alleged counterrevolutionary

activities, also an error by U.S. Intelligence for whom I was at the same time

laboring! A few other Cuban government officials I did meet with,but not

mentioned in the above U.S. Intelligence reports included F. Castro.

Now, these discoveries more than four decades later indicate I was likely being

steered from the background with the intent to involve me even more

deeply, in deadly anti-Castro schemes?

MORGAN

An American,Major William Morgan, of Toledo, Ohio.

Morgan held equal military rank with Castro in the

Cuban Revolutionary Army. Saluted by Castro as a

hero of the revolution.

Trijillo, President of Dominican Republic.

Trijillo the murderer tried to deal

With Morgan, Castro's power to steal

Dominicans landed and died in Cuba's snare

Not one Trijillo soldier did Castro spare

Major Morgan,soldier and hero true

Saved the Revolucion, not else would he do.

On Bill Morgan this history did hinge

Then an angry U.S. State Dept. went on a binge

Morgan's citizenship the did revoke

Knowing he soon die by this infamous hoax.

Morgan as an officer in the Cuban Revolutionary Army, could not, would not

agree with CIA {Central Intelligence Agency} to aid the Dominican dictator

Trijillo in attempting to overthrow Castro's government. Morgan informed Castro

of the plan. The U.S. state Dept. then withdrew Morgan's U.S. citizenship while

leaking false information to Castro that Morgan was in fact working with CIA.

Castro beleived the information and had Morgan arrested and executed.

Like him and his chosen position or not, Morgan remained true to his calling to the end.

H.J.Dean

Thanks for that Harry.

I know LHO also had a fascination for Morgan.

And the meeting between Morgan and Leo Cherne, someone with whom LHO corresponded with from USSR more than once, calls for closer scrunity.

BK

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I recently found at NARA {National Archives & Records Administration} a

U.S. Intelligence report falsely stating that I had been issued a passport

by the Cuban revolutionary government to enter Cuba in 1960. It is a lie,

also such passport was not required at that time!

The same report states that among others I had met with Major William Morgan

{executed a few months later by Castro} for alleged counterrevolutionary

activities, also an error by U.S. Intelligence for whom I was at the same time

laboring! A few other Cuban government officials I did meet with,but not

mentioned in the above U.S. Intelligence reports included F. Castro.

Now, these discoveries more than four decades later indicate I was likely being

steered from the background with the intent to involve me even more

deeply, in deadly anti-Castro schemes?

MORGAN

An American,Major William Morgan, of Toledo, Ohio.

Morgan held equal military rank with Castro in the

Cuban Revolutionary Army. Saluted by Castro as a

hero of the revolution.

Trijillo, President of Dominican Republic.

Trijillo the murderer tried to deal

With Morgan, Castro's power to steal

Dominicans landed and died in Cuba's snare

Not one Trijillo soldier did Castro spare

Major Morgan,soldier and hero true

Saved the Revolucion, not else would he do.

On Bill Morgan this history did hinge

Then an angry U.S. State Dept. went on a binge

Morgan's citizenship the did revoke

Knowing he soon die by this infamous hoax.

Morgan as an officer in the Cuban Revolutionary Army, could not, would not

agree with CIA {Central Intelligence Agency} to aid the Dominican dictator

Trijillo in attempting to overthrow Castro's government. Morgan informed Castro

of the plan. The U.S. state Dept. then withdrew Morgan's U.S. citizenship while

leaking false information to Castro that Morgan was in fact working with CIA.

Castro beleived the information and had Morgan arrested and executed.

Like him and his chosen position or not, Morgan remained true to his calling to the end.

H.J.Dean

Thanks for that Harry.

I know LHO also had a fascination for Morgan.

And the meeting between Morgan and Leo Cherne, someone with whom LHO corresponded with from USSR more than once, calls for closer scrunity.

BK

Hi William

Could you relate more details re; Oswald USSR letters to Cherne, and meetings between

Morgan & Mr. Cherne? Thanks.

Harry

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Like him and his chosen position or not, Morgan remained true to his calling to the end.

H.J.Dean

Thanks for that Harry.

I know LHO also had a fascination for Morgan.

And the meeting between Morgan and Leo Cherne, someone with whom LHO corresponded with from USSR more than once, calls for closer scrunity.

BK

Hi William

Could you relate more details re; Oswald USSR letters to Cherne, and meetings between Morgan & Mr. Cherne? Thanks. Harry

Harry,

From Russia LHO sent three or four letters to Leo Cherne and the International Rescue Committee (IRC), asking for assistance in returning to USA with his family.

Founded as a humanatarian org to assist refugees and displaced persons, the IRC played a major role in SE Asia, especially Vietnam (See: Tom Doley & CIA), Europe and Cuba. Cherne's ties to the CIA are detailed in Wm. Buckely's National Review, and his service on the Presidents Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board are documented in Cherne's papers at the Ford Library in Michigan.

We now known that Leo Cherne also visited William Morgan in Cuba, and I know LHO mentioned Morgan somewhere - can someone help with a citation here - on Oswald's interest in William Morgan, American Cuban revolutionary?

Will have to check that lengthly feature article on Morgan from his hometown newspaper to see if it mentions Oswald.

There's more to Morgan than meets the eye,

BK

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can someone help with a citation here - on Oswald's interest in William Morgan, American Cuban revolutionary?
BK

Bill, this is from Delgado's testimony. Bit more in Epstein's book.

Mr. DELGADO. ...And we talked how we would like to go to Cuba and----

Mr. LIEBELER. You and Oswald did?

Mr. DELGADO. Right. We were going to become officers, you know, enlisted men. We are dreaming now, right? So we were going to become officers. So we had a head start, you see. We were getting honorable discharges, while Morgan--there was a fellow in Cuba at the time, he got a dishonorable discharge from, the Army, and he went to Castro and fought with Castro in the Escambres.

Mr. LIEBELER. A fellow named Morgan?

Mr. DELGADO. Yes; Henry Morgan--not Henry, but it was Morgan, though; and at the end of the revolution he came out with the rank of major, you know.

So we were all thinking, well, honorable discharge, and I speak Spanish and he's got his ideas of how a government should be run, you know, the same line as Castro did at that time.

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can someone help with a citation here - on Oswald's interest in William Morgan, American Cuban revolutionary?
BK

Bill, this is from Delgado's testimony. Bit more in Epstein's book.

Mr. DELGADO. ...And we talked how we would like to go to Cuba and----

Mr. LIEBELER. You and Oswald did?

Mr. DELGADO. Right. We were going to become officers, you know, enlisted men. We are dreaming now, right? So we were going to become officers. So we had a head start, you see. We were getting honorable discharges, while Morgan--there was a fellow in Cuba at the time, he got a dishonorable discharge from, the Army, and he went to Castro and fought with Castro in the Escambres.

Mr. LIEBELER. A fellow named Morgan?

Mr. DELGADO. Yes; Henry Morgan--not Henry, but it was Morgan, though; and at the end of the revolution he came out with the rank of major, you know.

So we were all thinking, well, honorable discharge, and I speak Spanish and he's got his ideas of how a government should be run, you know, the same line as Castro did at that time.

Thanks Greg,

I knew I wasn't imagining a link between LHO and Morgan - and now we have Oswald and Delgado wanting to mimic him as revolutionary heroes.

BK

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