PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE OF A MODEL CIA AGENT
ICLC Memorandum ( Security)
Psychological Profile of a Model CIA Agent Brice $2.5
In going over a mass of additional materials recently catalogued and cross refeiienced by Security, I have adduced a useful model psychological profile for the type of lower level operatives and"stringers" being deployed against us in connection with the NAG network. A number of the actual agents already identified fit this profile exactly, and most of the agenfe* from that strata will approximate this type to a degree which makes the portrait an eminently useful auxiliary tool of detection and psychological countermeasures.
THE NAG OPERATION
First, to understand the psychological type, we must situate him (or har) within the type of activities to which he is assigaea. Althought we are sometines compelled ( and p^sperly, so) to employ the term, "NAG network," for operations ( such as the Gail Roeshman kidnapping) in which the LEAA, FBI and allied agencies are directly invcblved, the ^highest level of counterinsurgency operative we would ordinarily en-counfeer in tracing back connections from Dillon et al. would be the sedentary operative using a faeulJJ cover. It would be extremely difficult, with our present resources, to force these sedentary controllers to lead us directly to the identification of their immediate supervisors. At that level of the operation we appear to rura into an investigative stone