Pseudonym: Winett, Keith
03/13/63: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Chief, Special Affairs Staff: ..."2. It will be noted that the examinations on AMICE/27 and AMICE/14 were inconclusive. It is the opinion of both Keith D. Winett, the LCFLUTTER examiner and Irving N. Peggins, the Case Officer, that AMICE/27 will refuse a second LCFLUTTER and quit the operation if he should be asked to undergo it again..." - - - Page 3: 03/08/63: Memo from Keith D. Winett to Irving N. Peggins: Subject: AMTRUNK/3 and AMICE/14: AMTRUNK/3 was LCFLUTTERed by Paul I. Napolilli on 6 March 1963. Because Napolilli was unable to dictate the report he left the following notes. AMTRUNK/3's role in the plan is to provide the landing point on the Cuban coast. Subject told the following people that he was joining with AMICE/27 and AMTRUNK/2; in an ODYOKE (U.S. Government) sponsored operation: Carlos David Hernandez, about 28 years of age, of 322 Bloomsfield, Heboken, New Jersey. Justo Alfonso, approximately 23 years old of 6042 Park Avenue, West New York, New Jersey. Wilfredo Sanchez, 5811 Palisades Street, West New York, New Jersey. Carlos Manuel Gonzalez, 810 West Street, Apt. 11, Union City, New Jersey. Subject's test results indicate no involvement with communism or foreign intelligence. AMICE/14: This interview was also conducted by Paul I. Napolilli on 6 March 1963. Subject stated that he had been tested twice previously, once by KUBARK (CIA) and once when he attempted to join the U.S. Army. Subject told Napolilli that he felt that the Army had rejected him because of the test, but he did not know what had gone wrong. Subject's test results on 6 March are inconclusive. No information of interest was obtained during the interview. A formal report on these two cases will be made by Napolilli when he returns to JMWAVE. (Signed) Keith D. Winett."
04/18/63: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Chief, KUSODA (Info: Chief, Special Affairs Staff): Subject: FJDUST/LCFLUTTER/PBRUMEN Transmittal of LCFLUTTER Results - AMDENIM/1 #55064: Pages 2-5: 04/15/63: Report by Keith D. Winett: Subject: AMDENIM/1: "AMDENIM/1 (Alberto Fernandez Hechevarria) was interviewed and tested on 11 April 1963 at a safe site in the Miami area. The interview was requested by Norman D. Kiggins and it was conducted in the English language. Kiggins monitored the major part of the interview..."
01/22/64: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Chief, Special Affairs Staff: Page 10: ..."C. KUBARK Personnel Exposed to AMTRUNK-13: ...Keith D. Winett as 'Jim', LCFLUTTER operator..." Page 11: ..."I. KUBARK Personnel Exposed to AMTRUNK-16: ..."Keith D. Winett as 'Bill', LCFLUTTER operator..."
04/24/64: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Chief, KUSODA (Info: Chief, Special Affairs Staff): Subject: FJDUST/LCFLUTTER/PBRUMEN Transmittal of LCFLUTTER Results: Pages 2-4: 04/16/64: Report by Keith D. Winett on Iden A - Bernard Barker: "Subject was interviewed and tested on 16 April 1964 at a safe site in the Miami area at the request of Henry P. Rebholtz. The interview was conducted in English..." - - - Page 4: "IDENS...Iden B: Angelo Dundee. Iden C: Jesus Artigas. Iden D: Hiram Gonzalez. Iden E: Vidal Morales. Iden F: James Noel. Iden G: Jack Stewart. Iden H: Howart Hunt. Iden I: (Arthur) Avignone."
08/07/64: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Deputy Chief, WH/SA: Pages 10-11: 08/05/64: Memo from Keith D. Winett: Subject: Iden A: Interview of Iden A by Norman D. Kiggins. Conducted in Spanish, and AMDENIM-13 was the interpreter. Page 12: "Iden A: Victor Paneque Batista, DPOB: 18 September 1918, Holguin, Oriente, Cuba. 201-286382..."
08/24/64: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Deputy Chief, WH/SA: Page 25: ..."b. The following KUBARK (CIA) staff employees were in contact with AMICE-27 and are therefore considered known to Volsky:...Keith D. Winett as Jim (LCFLUTTER Operator)..."
07/15/66: Memo from Keith D. Winett: Subject: Iden A: "AMMUG/1 was interviewed and tested on 15 July 1966 at a safe site in the Miami area. The interview was requested in DIR 18505. The local arrangements were made by Edwin M. Dorenfest. The interview was conducted in Spanish and Carl W. Leatherwood served as interpreter. AMMUG/1 is a former member of the Cuban Intelligence Service who was previously LCFLUTTERed on 14 May 1964. Results: Since April 1964, which is when AMMUG/1 made contact with KUBARK (CIA), he has not cooperated in any way with the intelligence service of any other country. Prior to April 1964 he was involved with only the Cuban service and no other. AMMUG/1 has never been a member of any political organization and more specifically has never been a member of any communist organization. Since April 1964 AMMUG/1 has not been involved in any operational activity not authorized by KUBARK. He has not committed any crimes in PBPRIME (U.S.). He has not deliberately given KUBARK any false information regarding Cuban Intelligence, personalities, methods or organizations." Page 3: "Iden A: Vladimir Rodriguez Lahera, DPOB: 6 February 1937, Havana, Cuba. 201-749651."