CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGRAM
IfaiU* Faper Docuaonto
There ore txacaalttod herewith the docuaonia released by the Cuateaslaa Covomaont la support ofito Paper. Theae docuacnto were forwarded to LIXGLfl (In photostat) by Jiaiioo Guateanlo.
It is pooslblo that these dnrunente aay be suitable for OAS exploitation. Attention is invited to tho wldo discrepancy between tho signature K. CASTILLO Armas" and tho eignaturo "CEirr^JO." Aoooroing to tea Uhito rhner CASTILLO Annee ond CEffTHHO uere Identical, end therefore their signatures ahould also
ba identical. Attention lo furtner invited to the letterhead of the H. F.aapoay. Oa Oiie of the photo copioc titledho CCTUJES Coapony, when describing tho quality of tho napala, writes "according to the specification of the united Stateo." This is tochnlcally too lanroclac and propagoadisticalJy too crude io land any appearance of accuracy to the docizaoat; this could be exploited.
As to the accuracy of Tuchito SCPKEA'e signature, particular attention lo colled, especially reragraph 2.
Chief of station, Guatemala, while recently at LRC0LN, abated that the Guatemalan CoveraaanL onad hastily recalled all tho pnoleetata (or docuaents) which aro attached froa any newspapermen in Gontonula City who wero in pooooseion of than. Thlo aeons to indicate rathar clearly that the conversation between the fflosjoguan Anboooo4or ond tho Guatemalan lanioter of Foreign Affairs considerably shook up Uio latter and resulted in the order to recall the documents.