The Mexican Presidents on CIA Payroll

This pages features images of Lopez Mateo and Diaz Ordaz

Adolfo President Lopez Mateos (1958-1964) was LITENSOR.

President Lopez Mateos regarded CIA station chief Win Scott as an “amigo,” according to this signed photo.

How do we know he was LITENSOR?

Lopez Mateos traveled to Europe in March 1963, according to the New York Times. In April 1963 cable, Win reported on his recent conversations with LITENSOR: “During March Chief of station saw LITENSOR twice. The principal reason for these meetings were : a. To give LITENSOR briefings (approved by Headquarters and translated into Spanish by LIENVOY processors on the European countries LITENSOR visited beginning 26 March 1963 and (at LITENSOR”S request) to set up channels for LITENSOR to send and receive sensitive messages while he was on his trip.
[[HMM21088, from RG 233 CIA Segregated Collection Box 63, Reel 23; Folder 3, LIENVOY)]]

Therefore, LITENSOR was Lopez Mateos

Gustavo Diaz Ordaz (1964-1970) was known as LITEMPO-2

Gustavo Diaz Ordaz served as the Minister of Government under Lopez Mateos. He described Win Scott as his ‘gran amigo.” Scott recruited him as an agent under a secret program known in Agency files as LITEMPO. Díaz Ordaz was selected to be the candidate of Mexico’s ruling political party, the Party of Institutional Revolution (PRI) , in 1964 and was elected president in 1964.

How do we know Diaz Ordaz was LITEMPO-2?

Díaz Ordaz was selected to be the candidate of Mexico’s ruling political party, the Party of Institutional Revolution (PRI), in 1964 and was elected president in 1964. In this November 1963 cable Win Scott reported in this three page cable on his most recent conversations with LITEMPO-2

“As of end of October 1963, it was well-known that LITEMPO-2 would be the PRI candidate [in the 1964 presidential election],” Scott wrote.

Therefore, Diaz Ordaz was LITEMPO-2.

How do we know the Mexican presidents were paid?

Because the declassified history of the CIA in Mexico say so.

You can find the history at MaryFerrell.org, the largest online archive of government records related to the JFK assassination. Click here for the study.

Click here for payments to LITEMPO agents