Cuba, Venezuela React Angrily to Posada Ruling

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A U.S. federal judge has dismissed all charges against Luis Posada Carriles, the anti-Castro Cuban exile and former CIA operative accused of masterminding a 1976 Cuban airliner bombing that killed 73 people as well as a series of other bombings that took place in Havana in 1993. Posada, who was born in Cuba and later became a citizen of Venezuela, is reported to have sneaked into the United States sometime in late-2004. The May 9 ruling, which nullifies immigration fraud charges that had been brought against him by the U.S. government in El Paso, Texas, attracted “sharp criticism from the […]

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