CIA Cryptonyms: GU

The CIA cryptonyms on this page show those which are begin with the two-letter bigram GU. Bigrams are used to group cryptonyms into sets related to a particular category, based on characteristics such as geographic location (AM => Cuba) or other methods of grouping (KU => organizations of the CIA itself).

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GU

GUIDE-164George de Mohrenschildt was the source to GUIDE-164, which appears to be a guideline setup by the Domestic Contacts Service. Given this designation by the Domestic Contact Service as he prepared a series of reports on Yugoslavia in 1957 for the International Cooperation Administration.
GUIDE-223Most likely Robert E. Webster, who became a American defector to the USSR after the end of the American Exhibition in Moscow in Sept. 1959. Webster defected two weeks before Oswald in 1959, and returned two weeks before Oswald in 1962. Both Webster and Oswald were described as 5 foot 10, weight 165 pounds. [status: Probable]
GUIDE-302Gary Coit, the Domestic Contacts officer that would make contact with Priscilla Johnson. [status: Speculative]
GUIDE-303Manny Chavez. [status: Probable]
GUIDE-325SR/6 Betty Stacey may have been the recipient from this guideline - contacts received information from sources on US defectors Joseph Dutkanicz, Bernon Mitchell and William Martin during the summer of 1960 - the reports were issued in late 1960. It is doubtful that Stacey is [status: Probable]

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