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Central Intelligence Agency

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The New Orleans

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A Comprehensive Review of Reclaiming History, Part 2: What's Missing? Oswald's Defense

www.ctka.net [cached]

286-87) Hunter Leake of the CIA's New Orleans field office told historian Michael Kurtz that the CIA used Oswald as a courier.

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Leake also recalled the disbursements made to Oswald at the time.
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Leake went on to say that Richard Helms requested that Leake personally drive the New Orleans Oswald file up to CIA HQ in Langley after the assassination. (These disclosures were made in Kurtz's book, The JFK Assassination Debates, which has just been reissued in paperback.)
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Leake went on to say that Richard Helms requested that Leake personally drive the New Orleans Oswald file up to CIA HQ in Langley after the assassination. (These disclosures were made in Kurtz's book, The JFK Assassination Debates, which has just been reissued in paperback.)


Conspiracy Archive News: Alternative News

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Hunter Leake, a CIA officer who was second in command at the New Orleans's field office in 1963, confirmed in interviews with a historian that Lee Harvey Oswald was, as long suspected, associated with the Central Intelligence Agency.


Hunter Leake, CIA ...

www.ajweberman.com [cached]

Hunter Leake, CIA representative, New Orleans, confirmed to S.A. DeBRUEYS that William Dalzell paid three visits to the CIA office on November 16, 1960, January 26, 1961, and February 11, 1961."

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Hunter Leake told S.A. DeBRUEYS that William Dalzell had been referred to the CIA by Grady Durham, a lawyer friend of Lloyd Ray.


Hunter Leake, a ...

www.flamesong.com [cached]

Hunter Leake, a CIA officer who was second in command at the New Orleans's field office in 1963, confirmed in interviews with a historian that Lee Harvey Oswald was, as long suspected, associated with the Central Intelligence Agency.That historian is Michael L. Kurtz, a professor of history and dean of the graduate school at Southeastern Louisiana University, who describes his interviews with Leake in his 2006 book The JFK Assassination Debates, published by the University Press of Kansas.

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Leake stated that Oswald came to New Orleans in 1963 because the CIA intended to use him for certain operations.His job at the Reily Coffee Company served as a cover for his actual role.Leake personally paid Oswald sums of cash for his services.


My response to that was that ...

ajweberman.com [cached]

My response to that was that I could recall no such request made by CIA…No instructions were ever given to me by anyone in the New Orleans Division or by anyone in FBI headquarters...to relax an investigation in the anti-Castro field…In answering a question as to whether I had ever had contact with a CIA Agent in the New Orleans Office area, my response was affirmative and I identified the CIA Agent openly assigned to the CIA Office in the Masonic Temple Building in New Orleans as Hunter Leake. By way of explanations of the limited contact I had with Leake I mentioned that during the course of some Cuban related investigations, I may have inquired of Leake whether the CIA had an 'operational' interest in one or more individuals.

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Hunter Leake, CIA representative, New Orleans, confirmed to S.A. DeBRUEYS that William Dalzell paid three visits to the CIA office on November 16, 1960, January 26, 1961, and February 11, 1961.
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Hunter Leake told S.A. DeBRUEYS that William Dalzell had been referred to the CIA by Grady Durham, a lawyer friend of Lloyd Ray.

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