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George Cave was an alias used by a CIA operative. He first served in Teheran during the 1953 Iranian coup d'état that restored the Shah of Iran to power. In the mid 1970s he served in Tehran as deputy CIA station chief, with personal ties to the Shah. Some sources claim he is in fact the same person as Oswald LeWinter.
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