Friday, May 26, 2006

chefs de la CIA/DO/Latin America Division

La LA Division (anciennement Western Hemisphere Division) a participé activement aux plus sales coups de l'agence. Destentatives d'asassinat de leaders étrangers au renversement d'Allende au chili.
Ses chefs sont donc souvent des baroudeurs et en tout les cas ont souvent connus les affres de la disgrace :

Western Hemisphere Division

53-63- Colonel Joseph Caldwell (J.C.)KING


63-65- Desmond FITZGERALD


65-72- William V BROE


72-74- Theodore SHACKLEY


74-75- David Atlee PHILLIPS

75-77- Richard S. SAMPSON

Latin America Division

77-79 - Raymond A WARREN



79-81- Nestor SANCHEZ


81-84- Duanne R CLARRIDGE

84-86- Dorwin M. WILSON


86-89- Jay K GRUNER

90-92- Terry R WARD


92-94- Jack DEVINE


94-96- Jose A RODRIGUEZ


96-98- Barry G ROYDEN













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11-13- Francis X. ARCHIBALD


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5 comments:

Cyril said...

Il ne faut pas oublier que pour les Etats-Unis ,l'Amérique latine a toujours été leur "pré carré",leur zone d'influence.Il ne faut donc pas s'étonner du travail de la CIA en Amérique latine..

Cyril said...

Dans un article de 1995 voici ce que constata le "New York Times" a propos de la Division Amérique Latine de la Direction des Opérations de la CIA:

It was at least the sixth time in the last eight years that a station chief in the C.I.A.'s Latin American division had been removed from his post, current and former intelligence officials said. Since 1987, station chiefs in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Peru, Venezuela and Jamaica have been accused, respectively, of lying to superiors, sexual harassment, threatening underlings at gunpoint, a counternarcotics mix-up in which a ton of cocaine was accidently shipped into the United States, and sloppy bookkeeping involving about $1 million in Government funds, they said.

Sans commentaires

Cyril

krapulax said...

Cyril

COSTA RICA : Joseph F FERNANDEZ
EL SALVADOR : ?
PEROU : ?
VENEZUELA : James E. CAMPBELL
JAMAIQUE : Le predescesseur de Janine BROOKNER

Cyril said...

Inconnu pour le Pérou pour l'instant,pour le Salvador il est sans doute fait référence a James McCavitt,chef de station dans ce pays en 1986

Cyril said...

Voici ce qu'indique le "Washington Post" du 15.07.1994:

A station chief in Cyprus was returned to this country after it was discovered that he had stolen at least one valuable religious icon from a church he had illegally entered, the sources said. In another case, the chief of station in Peru was reassigned after he threatened his staff with a pistol.