The Convoluted Plot
As Larry Hancock reports in his book "Someone Would Have Talked," (Pgs. 484-486), in October 1995 Gene Wheaton faxed John Tunheim, the chairman of the Assassinations Records Review Board (ARRB) informing him that he might have some relevant information regarding the board's inquiry.
Then VP of National Air Cargo company, he included a four page biography to show he was not a quack.
Wheaton told the ARRB he had a friend, an ex-Marine who trained Cuban exiles and was in charge of infiltration sabotage and assassination teams into Cuba, and was privy to their private conversations.
His Cuban exile sources "confirmed that exiles originally trained for attacks on Castro had killed Kennedy, considering him to be a traitor."
Wheaton also stated, "people above the Cubans wanted JFK killed for other reasons."
"The matter is not complex," Wheaton explained, "but is convoluted."