Ernest Hemingway=KGB Agent
Vassiliev, a professional journalist, claims that the 42-year-old Hemingway was recruited under the cover name “Argo” in 1941 and cooperated with Soviet agents whom he met in Havana and London.
""Castro's revolution is very pure and beautiful.... I'm encouraged by it." gushed Hemingway in 1960--shortly before he hightailed it out of Cuba and Castro stole his every belonging.
Not that Ernest didn't have plenty of hoity-toity company in this respect, from Miguel Angel Quevedo (Revista Bohemia) to Pepin Bosch (Bacardi) to Julio Lobo (Cuba's richest sugar Baron) to Carlos Prio.