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by Frank J. Belsito

Author: Frank J. Belsito
Subcategory: Memoirs
Language: English
Publisher: Ancient Mariners Pr (November 1, 2002)
Category: Biographies
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Personal Memoirs, Biography & Autobiography, phy, Belsito, Frank, Espionage, American, Spies. Reston, VA : Ancient Mariner Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on August 20, 2013.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: CIA: Cuba and the Caribbean :(CIA Officer's. Publisher: Ancient Mariners Pr, . Publication Date: 2002. He was stationed in Cuba during the last year of the Batista Government and the first two years of the Castro Regime when we broke relations. Thereafter, for most of the rest of his career as a staffer and for 15 years as an active retiree, he handled a large variety of Cuban operations described in the text.

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Desmond FitzGerald (June 16, 1910 – July 23, 1967) was an American intelligence officer for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), where he rose to the position of Deputy Director of Plans.

Desmond FitzGerald (June 16, 1910 – July 23, 1967) was an American intelligence officer for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), where he rose to the position of Deputy Director of Plans. He served in the CIA from 1950 until his death. Posthumously he was awarded the National Security Medal. An attorney, he had worked in New York City both before and after World War II. During the war, he was an Army officer, serving as liaison and adviser to the Chinese Army.

He was stationed in Cuba during the last year of the Batista Government and the first two years of the Castro Regime when we broke relations.

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We’ve known about the Central Intelligence Agency’s involvement in the drug trade coming into America for decades. Yet, long before Jeffrey Epstein set up shop in the Caribbean, the CIA was there along with some friends. It’s been reported on and documented during that time, but often, people simply don’t believe it’s true or they look at you like you have a tin foil hat on, or they allow the CIA to call you a conspiracy theorist, a term they basically coined to try and shut you down from telling the truth. Our friend Corey Lynn of CoreysDigs.

As part of the CIA backed brigade 2506, Rodriguez snuck into Cuba in the weeks prior to the Bay of Pigs to assassinate . Escobar continued drug trafficking operations using an alternate route through Haiti and the Bahamas (Gorda Cay – now known as Disney’s Castaway Cay).

As part of the CIA backed brigade 2506, Rodriguez snuck into Cuba in the weeks prior to the Bay of Pigs to assassinate Castro. Felix Rodriguez headed a mission to catch Che Guevara. Gorda Cay was an ideal place for smuggling, as it sits off the coast of Miami with a secluded airstrip. The illegal drug smuggling from the island of Gorda Cay was largely organized by a man called Frank Barber - and he had friends in high places.

These memoirs are a true account of the activities of an officer who spent over 20 years of an almost 40 year association with the CIA, working in its clandestine service on the Cuban problem. He was stationed in Cuba during the last year of the Batista Government and the first two years of the Castro Regime when we broke relations. Thereafter, for most of the rest of his career as a staffer and for 15 years as an active retiree, he handled a large variety of Cuban operations described in the text. Portions have been censored by CIA security, but the main story is pretty much intact.