Via Big Peace:
This week the U.S. Dept. of Justice, at U.S. taxpayer expense, transported a Lt. Col. of Fidel Castro’s KGB-trained secret police named Roberto Hernandez-Caballero to a U.S. courtroom.A little later in the article....
Hernandez-Caballero…. was not transported to a U.S. courtroom this week to defend himself against charges of being an official of a regime that murdered more political prisoners in its first three years in power than Hitler murdered in his first six, jailed political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin, has sponsored terrorism for half a century, came closest to nuking the United States, and gratuitously tortured American POW’s.Fontova lays it all out and even gives the name of one U.S. POW who suffered tremendous torture at the hands of Castro's thugs during 'the Cuba Project' in Vietnam. Yet, Holder is enlisting the help of one of these thugs to help take down an ally of the United States during the Cold War, notwithstanding the fact that Posada is definitely not pure as the wind-driven snow.
Instead Mr. Hernandez-Caballero is here to to testify against Luis Posada Carriles, and thus try to help the U.S. convict a one-time military colleague of the Americans tortured to death by his colleague’s in North Vietnam. Fidel Castro considers Luis Posada Carriles his number one enemy in the world. Posada volunteered for the Bay of Pigs invasion, and later joined the U.S. army emerging as a 2nd Lieutenant. After retiring from the U.S. Army he worked for the CIA putting out Soviet-started fires throughout Latin America. Among other projects, Posada helped the Reagan team squash Communism in Nicaragua by helping arms and train the Nicaraguan Contras. A few years later in Guatemala a Castro appointed death-squad ambushed Posada, riddled him with bullets and left him crippled.
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