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Journalists paid to defame the Cuban Five
June 3, 2010
WASHINGTON, June 2.—U.S. groups working for the release of the five Cuban anti-terrorists incarcerated in that country today exposed details of covert payments made to journalists covering the case in Miami from December 1999 to December 2001, Notimex reports.

A new anti-Cuba spectacle in Miami
September 15, 2008
In the context of the election campaign, the CIA and Cuban-American Congress members are developing a new hysterical campaign brought to life by Colonel Chris Simmons, an intelligence officer from the military reserves

While Posada promotes terror, the Cuban five live through the hell of lockdown
April 25, 2007
ALL experts on the issue confirm it: the U.S. prison system is one of the most repressive in the world, with an abundance of techniques and instruments for maintaining inmates in a permanent state of complete subordination.

The United States is an accomplice and protector of terrorism, states Alarcón
July 20, 2004
RICARDO Alarcón, president of Cuba’s National Assembly of People’s Power, affirmed that the United States government is an accomplice and protector of terrorism.

“Need for an international exposé!”

“HOW can it be that Luis Posada Carriles is seeking protection in the United States? There is a need for an international exposé to unmask the United States, a country that boasts of fighting terrorism when in truth it is protecting it!,” Elizabeth Palmer, wife of Ramón Labañino, one of the five Cubans imprisoned in the United States for infiltrating terrorist circles linked to the Miami Cuban-American mafia, informed Granma International.

The Five had no access whatsoever to classified information
ALMOST seven years later and after setting up a rigged trial, inflicting a lengthy succession of cruel and degrading treatment, and promoting a misinformation campaign within the media, the former chief of the Miami branch of the FBI has confessed that the Five did not have access to any intelligence information. And he did so publicly during a conversation with none other than terrorist capos Luis Zúñiga Rey and Horacio García, on the airwaves of the misnamed Radio Marti.

Alpha 66 “expands its offices and training camp.”

December 17, 2004

FROM its offices at 1714 W. Flagler St, in Miami, the Cuban-American terrorist group Alpha 66 continues launching its calls to terror. In an anti-Cuban magazine, its’ new chief and CIA agent, Ernesto Díaz Rodríguez, has just confirmed his intention to maintain  ”a combat strategy for a radical change” in Cuba. 

Fabio Ochoa: an acceptable criminal
November 12, 2004

THERE is nothing easier to compare the treatment given to any criminal and even to “acceptable” terrorists with the attitude displayed to anti-terrorists who are standing up to this scourge, thus defending Cuba and the United States, and who are incarcerated in U.S. jails.

The confessions of Orlando Bosch
‘What is the FBI doing?’ Alarcón wants to know
May 19, 2003
THE president of the Cuban parliament, Ricardo Alarcón, asked "What is the FBI doing?" on revealing that international terrorist Orlando Bosch, based in Miami, recently boasted on one of that city’s TV stations that he was chief of the Coordinación de Organizaciones Revolucionarias Unidas (CORU), a terrorist group responsible for countless criminal actions during the 1970s, both inside and outside of the United States.

Posada must be punished “with the full force of the law”
June 8, 2003
MIAMI’s anti-Cuban circles are trying to convert international terrorist Luis Posada Carriles and his accomplices into “Robin Hoods,” but the people of Panama know who these men are and justice must keep them imprisoned and punish them with the full force of the law. These words were spoken by Carlos Alvarado, president of Panama’s National Assembly, in an interview with Granma International.

Terrorism knocks on its doors
June 3, 2003
FOR almost half a century, the Casa de las Américas in New York has maintained its honorable position of defending the Cuban Revolution despite suffering aggression and attacks by terrorist groups of Cuban origin, as well as threats from the U.S. government.

Campaign to release Cuban-American terrorists
May 1
2, 2003

LAST Saturday, Panamanian television’s Channel 4 transmitted an extensive report on the "injustice" being committed in the case of Luis Posada Carriles "the persecuted politician of the Castro regime," an old man suffering from various illnesses who will have to wait, as the presenter stated at the end of the documentary, "for the conclusion of the legal procedure delayed by the prosecuting party."

Introducing Héctor Pesquera — gangsters’ buddy, protector of terrorists and FBI special agent
It sounds like something out of a third-rate B-movie: Héctor Pesquera, in the role of "incorruptible" FBI chief for South Florida pays a friendly visit to the Miami police chief, accompanied by Camilo Padreda, ...

The lost illusions of Posada and his accomplices
PANAMA CITY.- Traumatized. There aren’t many other words to describe Posada Carriles and his three henchmen on leaving the court on Thursday, December 5 after discovering the extent of the deceit practiced on them over the months by their defense attorney drugs lawyer Rogelio Cruz.

The DA’s illegalities
IF you make a statement, I’ll prosecute you, was the District Attorney’s threatening advice to Roberto Frómeta, a member of the counterrevolutionary terrorist F-4 organization.

Another vengeful sentence in Miami
December 28, 2001
HE life sentence plus two additional verdicts of five years and eight months, handed down to Antonio Guerrero by the Miami Federal Court on December 27, is not just irrational but completely unjust and confirms the vengeful aspect of the rigged trial.

U.S. authorities must act against the Miami mafia and extreme right
December 20, 2001
THE Cuban-Americans who today, after 40 years, continue to engage in acts of terrorism against Cuba are clearly linked to the darkest episodes in recent U.S. history: the assassination of President Kennedy, the Watergate scandal, ...

You can’t trust the FBI
June 22, 2001
A group of U.S. senators recently requested an independent investigation into the FBI, as they believe the organization can no longer be trusted.

Accused of spying for defending their country from the Miami mafia’s terrorism
June 21, 2001
THE first of a series of roundtable broadcasts, presenting information on the case of the five Cubans held prisoner and unjustly charged with spying in the United States, made clear the reasons justifying those young men’s behavior.

René Gonzalez’s father was separated from his son for 11 years
June 29, 2001
ON the telephone he would assure his father: "I’m fine, old man, no problems." On the island they would doubt him and say: "he’s having us on..."

The only information of interest to us from the United States is on the acts of terrorism against Cuba, organized and financed there
Two years and eight months before the events currently under study with regard to the monstrous injustice committed against five Cuban patriots, Fidel, during an October 19, 1998 interview with CNN in Portugal,...

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