President Obama accepts 2 million dollars from Posada Carriles and Gloria Estefan.
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Mr. Posada remains a prime suspect in the bombing of a Cuban commercial airliner that killed 73 people in 1976. He has admitted to plotting attacks that damaged tourist spots in Havana and killed an Italian visitor there in 1997. He was convicted in Panama in a 2000 bomb plot against Mr. Castro. Ten years later, with Posada in U.S. government custody, investigations into these criminal attacks are confined to the modest efforts of a grand jury that is supposedly meeting in Newark, New Jersey.
The government of Venezuela wants to extradite and retry him for the Cuban airline bombing and has good reasons. Mr. Posada was involved “up to his eyeballs” in planning the attack, said Carter Cornick, a retired counterterrorism specialist for the Federal Bureau of Investigation who investigated Mr. Posada’s role in that case. A newly declassified 1976 F.B.I. document
Mr. Posada, in 2005 sneaked back into Florida in an effort to seek political asylum for having served as a cold war soldier on the payroll of the Central Intelligence Agency in the 1960’s.
President Obama and Gloria Estefan strategize on how best to protect terrorist and frame anti-terrorist agents. They also review the campaign to promote: the political and terrorist campaign against Cuba
By flaunting extradition treaties, the U.S. has chosen to treat Posada Carriles’ case as a minor immigration offense, charging him only with illegal entry into the country, them dismised all charges.
The men, now known as the Cuban Five, two have completed full sentence, collected evidence of the terrorists’ plots, which was then presented to the FBI. On June 17, 1998, a historic meeting was held in Havana. There, Cuban officials implored U.S. law enforcement officials to act on evidence presented, in order to end the cycle of terror. Instead of arresting the terrorists, the FBI rounded up the Cuban Five, the very people who were warning about the terrorist plans. Fernando González, René González, Antonio Guerrero, Gerardo Hernández, and Ramón Labañino were arrested, and placed in solitary confinement for 17 months. The Cuban Five were sentenced to four life terms and 75 years collectively
For more information: freethecubanfive.org,