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AssassinationOfJFK.net offers this candid, casual (somewhat humorous) conversation between Gerry Patrick Hemming and Greg Burnham. In it Gerry recalls a conversation with Che Guevara from 1960 in which he informs Che how under-supplied his (Gerry’s) team of aviation students was and how necessary reinforcements were. He describes the low security with which he was faced in those days. Gerry Hemming also identifies the location of an airfield that could have been used by the invading force during the Bay of Pigs had the operation been planned properly. I enjoyed a relaxed relationship with Gerry. It lent itself to a conversational type of exchange rather than an adversarial one. It also disarmed Gerry because he didn't feel the need to constantly be vigilant. When his guard was down, he was a fountain of information.