CUBA: Henry's Plot

The tool of Fidel Castro's battlefield victory last week was a crafty, U.S.-born double agent who worked so smoothly that he lured Castro's enemies into the open at home and conned a Dominican invasion plane into a trap in central Cuba, nipping the first major rebellion against the seven-month-old regime.

Castro's man was Major William Morgan, of Cleveland, Ohio, who did stockade time in the U.S. Army, earned his Cuban rank fighting Dictator Fulgencio Batista last year in the central Cuban mountains of Las Villas province (in a minor revolt parallel to Castro's...

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