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Luis Posada carriles photos

Posted April 14, 2005 by publisher in Cuba Politics.
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Here are some photos of Luis Posada FYI

 

 

 


imageAFP 2003

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imageEFE

Member Comments

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On April 14, 2005, yumaguy wrote:

LOL!  Wow, publisher. Didn’t know you would take my suggestion seriously to find some pics. I’m almost flattered, heh, heh. . .  wink

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On April 15, 2005, GregoryHavana wrote:

The day we see the photo of this heinous man in the obituaries, hopefully do to death by firing squad, will be a fine day indeed. What a shame on the United States for quietly allowing his presence in the “Land of Freedom”, and what pussilanimity and venal indifference of U.S. public to allow their government to have such a double standard.

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On April 17, 2005, waldo wrote:

Red Carpet Rolled Out for Anti-Cuba Terrorists in the US(a good terrorist, is there such a thing?)
Periodico26 - April 12
Maria de la Nieves Gala and Alberto Monduy   –Trabajadores Newspaper-
In his radio/television address to the nation, Fidel Castro delivered a sweeping review of the terrorist paths of three Cuban-American criminals pardoned last year after their having prepared an assassination attempt against the Cuban president.
The three terrorists – Pedro Remon Rodriguez, Guillermo Novo Sampoll and Gaspar Jimenez Escobedo – were pardoned, along with kingpin Luis Posada Carriles, by the then Panamanian President Mireya Moscoso after being convicted for conspiring to assassinate the Cuban president in 1999, while he attended the 10th Ibero-American Summit.
Fidel Castro provided ample detail on the criminal records of the three men – all of whom were linked to counter-revolutionary organizations which had aimed to overthrow the Cuban government since the very first years of that nationís revolution.
Among the host of acts committed by the terrorists was the bombing of a Cubana passenger airplane in 1976. Seventy-three people died in that attack.
The murder of former Chilean Foreign Minister Orlando Letelier in Washington appears as one of many bloodstains in the long record of Guillermo Novo, who also participated in dynamite attacks against Cuban ships. 
President Castro cited Pedro Remon’ participation in the attack against Cuban UN Ambassador Raul Roa Kouri, his role as an accessory in the murder of Minister Orlando Letelier in 1976, and his involvement in the torture and murder of two Cuban diplomats in Argentina that same year.  He also mentioned the link of Gaspar Jimenez Escobedo with the murder of an official of the Cuban National Fishing Institute, Artagnan Diaz Diaz.
Nonetheless, the three pardoned terrorists were warmly welcomed in Miami and other US cities, where they made light of their criminal pasts.  President Castro added that from the first moments, Cuba had denounced efforts to free those terrorists.
The Cuban leader pointed out that while those known criminals were being acquitted; five Cubans continued to serve long, unjust prison terms in the United States for fighting terrorism.

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On May 18, 2005, lenny wrote:

GregoryHavana, I CAN TELL U LIKE EVERYONE ELSE ON THAT ISLAND ARE A SAD COMMUNIST, BUT I LIKE ALL OF MIAMI & THE US WILL CONTINUETO HELP mR. CARRILES TILL CUBA IS FREE & U COMMIS DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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On May 18, 2005, yumaguy wrote:

STOP SHOUTING, IT’ VERY RUDE!!  grin

Must be a boring day in Miami; by the way, you spelled “commis” wrong. . .  wink

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On May 18, 2005, GregoryHavana wrote:

Lenny…Well, I guess your own U.S. government decided that Posada Carriles was evil. It is a shame that your ignorance or visceral hatred of the Revolucion does not let you see this. Ah, but this is the typical Miami syndrome…something you cannot see beyond. At least someone in the Bush administration could.