Researcher Pat Orr of the HSCA was informed by the CIA that AMLAME-1's identity was Arturo Sueiras.
In the 1962 Cuban Counterrevolutionary Handbook, the Corporaciones Economicas de Cuba (CE) is described as "not listed in this handbook because it not a counterrevolutionary group. However, because of its connection with the CRC and because of its potential as a lobby throughout the US and the business community, its influence cannot be overlooked. The CE is a federation of 30 business associations that formerly existed and functioned in Cuba(e.g., cigar, manufacturers, distillers, pharmacists, printers, etc.)."
10/8/62: Dr. Miro scolded Sueiras for only four sugar technicians on list - Sueiras' reply was that most had moved on from Miami to places like Louisiana.
Circa January 1963: "(AMLAME-1) is the founder of the Legion Democratica Constitucional (LDC)...Vice President of the Corporaciones Economicas de Cuba (CEC); presently with the Torriente/Medina faction of UR, but it is intended to influence AMLAME-1 to join the Rodriguez Espada group following its entry into AMBUD...currently the principal value of this agent is his potential for exploitation in PM operations through his contact with the three exile groups in which he shares the leadership. All have recently become more active in propaganda and political action programs."
Feb. 1963: AMLAME-1 reported that Manuel Ray was recruiting rightist personalities in an effort to present JURE with a more moderate appearance.
10/17/64: This card identifies AMLAME-1 as a Cuban exile with contacts in the exile community in Miami and New York City.
14 biographical sketches of sugar chemists and engineers in sugar production were provided to Dr. Miro/AMBUD-1 by Arturo Sueiras and members of Corporaciones Economicas.
02/15/65, Cable from JMWAVE to Director: Sluglines RYBAT TYPIC YOBITE: "1. INTELLIGENCE HIGHLIGHTS:....C. KOLA AND KUTUBE/D: UFGA 19834 (LAURICLE) forwarded AMLAME-1 production 2-9 Feb for ODINCH (National Security Agency) evaluation..."