This Month in History: Superstar Spy’s Career Took Off 1

DGI officer Ricardo Belen Cabrisas Ruiz served as the Commercial Counselor in Ontario from approximately January 1967 through at least October 1970. According to DGI defector Gerardo Peraza, Cabrisas Ruiz performed so well as chief of the DGI Centro that he was promoted to serve as Ambassador to Japan just a few years later.  He currently serves as Vice-President of the Council of Ministers.

Dated CTP Bio for Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz

Editor’s Note: The General Directorate of Intelligence (DGI) was the name previously used by the foreign intelligence wing of the Ministry of the Interior. Following a 1989 “scandal” and reorganization, this service was reorganized and given a new name – the Directorate of Intelligence (DI).

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  1. Crecencio Marino River an ex-colonel in the dreaded and abusive MININT is hiding in South Florida,this man was a known officer in the Prison systems of the city of Santa Clara,Cuba for the beatings of inmates and dissidents..The Miami Herald wanted to interview him but Crecencio told his daughter to shot the door.

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