|members=Bernard Barker, Virgilio Gonzalez, Eugenio Martínez, James W. McCord Jr., Frank Sturgis
The five '''Watergate burglars'' provide an important clue as to the ''true'' nature of the [[Watergate coup]]. Organised by [[G. Gordon Liddy]] (of [[Operation 40]]) and [[CIA]] agent [[E. Howard Hunt]], a key operational player in the [[JFK Assassination]], the burglars were [[Bernard Barker]], [[Virgilio Gonzalez]], [[Eugenio Martínez]], [[James W. McCord]] and [[Frank Sturgis]]. Hunt was clearly photographed as one of the three tramps arrested near [[Dealey Plaza]] immediately after the shooting of JFK, and on his death bed, he confessed to involvement in the [[JFK Assassination]]. To execute the Watergate break in, Hunt rounded up some old [[Cuba]]n comrades whom he had worked alongside in the JFK hit. To those in the know, the makeup of the Watergate burglars was a clear signal that Watergate was a plot on behalf of the same [[the cabal|cabal]] who organised the JFK assassination.