Saturday, April 07, 2007

CIA terrorist released by U.S. judge

That being Luis Posada Carriles.

Washington refuses to release Posada to Cuba and Venezuela, saying that he might be tortured. At the same time, the judicial system has refused to free him, calling him a threat to the national security.

Declassified U.S. documents show that Posada Carriles worked for the CIA from 1965 to June 1976. He reportedly helped the U.S. government ferry supplies to the Contra rebels that waged a bloody campaign to topple the socialist Sandinistas in Nicaragua in the 1980s.
Note how the US Government is taking the moral high ground on torture.


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