MEMORAN OF CONFERENCE, MONDAY, JULY 21ST WITH MESSRS. M, M, AND J (W/ATTACHMENT

Created: 2/5/1962

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MEMOtWr-JDUM OF COHFSHEHCE, MONDAY,t WITH MESSRS. K, H, AND J

I showed the draft of the cable ue proposed to send and, with the deletion of the reference to DTKAROGM, the cable was approved, after exDlanations on my part as to the identity of the pseudonyns and as to what vie had been doing with KMKOOCDP in the field of psychological warfare. Thepoke very highly of the effectiveness of. work which he said had been handled quite largely from the country to lhe Korth. He felt that these activities might well be stepped up.

I then referred to the three questions which had been put to thend which BS later had nut to B. There was genoral agreement ss to the desired result. The only question was whether we could pipy any part in achieving it without allerting anyone as to the source of possicle aid. aid that the purpose of the cable was lo removo my local people from any direct or Indirect contact with thelso said we were calling back an undercover contact nan we had in the country to the South. He might return but wo would decide thatonference.

In reply to anyaid that no cosh had beenad some doubt as to whether this was needed in view ofof certain rich parties,dentified. However, itthat we might lead Calligeris1 men or cutouts to certaintins available. All activities, with respect to the hardware,restricted as for ss we were concerned to this country and

I pointed out that whatever happened in the country in question, people up here would be blamed aid that the important thing wrs that the operation should be successful, if there was to be one. On thisaid that nost ofexperts seemed to feel that this was nost likely. ecognize that for every hundred rumors of this nature, only one nrterialiied} in this cce, however, it looked as though something were likely to happen.

I enohatled that wc realised the very sensitive nature of thisd that it would be handled with tho utmost care.

Thflhen referred to the activitiesertc.in Col. Hora, his relations with S, and how he had flown to J*nd had apparently CO*r* beckeoort on the situation in the country of our interest, which wri in the hands of the Boss. Whether this was prepared by the good Colo.iol oras not known. All this had come shoutad boasteduncheon with the lioss thatieces of hardware ho would "knockA. Among others who were nresmt and who knew all about this was S's here in Washington. uggested that this again was evidence that If anything ha-pe.ied, there would be plenty of other persons to bla-tc for it.

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