Monday, September 11, 2006

The Cuban Five and the FBI-Miami Connection



The Cuban Five have each sat 5 years in US Federal jail - for working to stop terrorism. The problem was they were trying to stop attacks in Cuba... from Miami. When Cuba shared their findings (about some who plead guilty in Court today) with the FBI, thinking the FBI would act on the weapons and training tips, the FBI opted instead to arrest the Cuban "spies." Spies, who never posessed a weapon, who never plotted against ANY US Government interest, never saught any Government secret, and who acted only in the defense of their homeland.

The arrests of the five patriots was
a conspiracy between the FBI and the Miami mafia


BY LAZARO BARREDO MEDINA

OVER the last eight years, more and more evidence has appeared proving that what occurred on that Saturday, September 12, 1998 in Miami had more to do with a conspiracy between Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents and the anti-Cuban terrorist mafia, than with protecting the national security of the United States.

The Miami media acknowledged the following Monday, the 14th, that many experts could not understand why the FBI had made the arrests over the weekend of those individuals who were monitoring counterrevolutionary groups, because it was precisely the FBI that was one of the beneficiaries of the information that these individuals were collecting on violent actions by those groups.

The commentary published on September 15, 1998 in The Miami Herald, said that the FBI had known about what these people were doing within the Miami groups for a long time, and added, "On Monday (September 14), many in Little Havana were speculating that the raid was Washington’s way of balancing the scales of justice against the seven Cuban exiles who the month before had been accused of trying to assassinate Fidel Castro."

In a press conference days later, Héctor Pesquera, recently named FBI bureau chief in Miami, admitted that these arrests had generated contradictions with some of his superiors, who did not support the action, and added that this case "never would have made it to the courts" if he had not directly urged Louis Freeh, then director of that agency, to approve the arrests.

Evidently, something abnormal was occurring...

3 Comments:

Blogger Mark D. Glesne said...

Your boy Chavez is an idiot...

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CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) - President Hugo Chavez said Tuesday that it's at least plausible that the U.S. government was involved in the Sept. 11 attacks.

"The hypothesis is not absurd... that those towers could have been dynamited," Chavez said in a speech to supporters. "A building never collapses like that, unless it's with an implosion."

"The hypothesis that is gaining strength... is that it was the same U.S. imperial power that planned and carried out this terrible terrorist attack or act against its own people and against citizens of all over the world," Chavez said.

2:52 PM  
Blogger leftside said...

Responsible news outlets added the following to these reports:

He (Chavez) did not specifically accuse the US government of having a hand in the September 11 attacks, but rather suggested the theories of US involvement bear examination.

I think you would find at least than 36% of Americans agree with this statment (actually they go further than Chavez and say it was an inside job. Are they idiots too?

I don't beleive the conspiracy theories and think they detract from the real crimes, but the motive is certainly there (there was plenty of talk about "needing" a Pearl Harbor among neo-cons).

5:51 PM  
Blogger Mark D. Glesne said...

"...36% of Americans agree with this statment... Are they idiots too?"

Yes.

10:10 PM  

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