Inside the Company, p.533.
"Al Wichtrich channels political information to the station that he picks up in his normal work with American and Mexican businessmen..."
Wichtrich is identified as LIHUFF-1, 201-30999. Also see 104-10431-10003. Wichtrich again identified as LIHUFF-1, 201-30999. Material on him can be found on Reel 11.
3/1/62: His role is described as "the cut-out for LIHUFF-2".
3/21/62 memo from G. Marvin Gentile, Chief Investigations Division, to Assistant Deputy Director of Security (Investigations and Operational Support): Request an expedited FBI check on #35002. (page 2 of 18)
Al Wichtrich is identified as #35002. See post above.
Al Wichtrich is described as "General manager, Royal Crown Cola, Mexi and trusted contact of (Win Scott, Chief of Station, Mexico City)." Also see 104-10175-10052 - he took the G-2 course at Leavenworth and MIS-X course; see 104-10218-10044, p. 8 - MIS-X is defined as military intelligence, who he worked with during World War II; p. 87 - "the operational use of LIHUFF-1 was cleared with (US) military intelligence when it was learned that they also had an interest in using him in clandestine operations. They are not using him at the present time."
10/11/62, dispatch from Win Scott to C/WH: "...the Mexico City station does not intend to have direct contact with LICHANT-1. It is intended that LICHANT-1 will have contact with LIHUFF-1 who has known him well for many years."
4/29/63, memo from Mexico City to Director: "In addition to acting as the contact between the Mexico Station and the LIHUFF/2 Institute, LIHUFF/1 is responsible for organizing and directing the KUWOLF student groups in the LIHUFF/2 project; printing and distributing of propaganda; planning and initiating student harassment activities."
1966: LIHUFF-1 gets memo from the Covert Tax Committee saying that he will not currently be obligated to file a covert tax return, because the committee approved a flat tax assessment of his current covert federal tax obligation.
12/1/66: "The student group to which Subject has performed guidance and direction has effectively carried out a number of successful harassment activities in behalf of the Mexico station. This agent would be a worthwhile asset to any Station where contact with right-wing conservative groups was desirable."
Identified as informant CG T-9 in 1967, "Executive VP, American Chamber of Commerce in Mexico". Wichtrich was told by a Mexican official that Sam Giancana was almost given immigrant status without knowing about his full background. The official "was vehement that GIANCANA and his type of person would not be granted any status in Mexico and would be expelled from Mexico if found in national territory."
8/24/67: Very positive evaluation of LIHUFF-1 by Mexico City chief Win Scott, signed under his alias of Willard C. Curtis. "LIHUFF-1 is a contract agent who is in touch with and reports on a right-wing student organization and its activities. He also reports on a Mexican organization which sponsors the publication of a right-wing economics (monthly) journal; he has contact with a sub-agent (LICHANT-1) who is employed by both the Ministry of Education and the Mexican Social Security Institute...He is in contact with other right-wing organizations and individuals and has good contacts with Catholic Church authorities in Mexico.