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Bosch defends his old buddy Posada

Postby dankbaar » Thu Jan 25, 2007 11:58 am

ORIGINAL ... 492713.htm

The punishment of Posada Carriles

Legal maneuvers against Luis Posada Carriles once again reaffirm that
the great powers have no friends and only serve their own interests.

I refer to this because, according to El Nuevo Herald, last January
12, the United States government presented 5 charges that expressed
that "liberation of the prisoner" would cause serious implications in
terms of foreign policy", referring to Luis Posada Carriles, leading
me to ask: Since when do the United States district attorneys think
of international reactions on cases they hear? Or isn't there a
division of powers in this country that makes sure the Executive
cannot meddle in the prerogatives of other public powers?

Posada Carriles is charged with having given false testimony
regarding his entry into this country, not in the least relevant are
the services Luis has given to this great nation during the Cold War.
Posada Carriles risked his life many times, not only fighting
communism in Cuba but also fighting for democracy in other parts of
the world, particularly in Venezuela. He was a close collaborator of
the Central Intelligence Agency and honorably served the United
States Armed Forces.

All this reminds me that when I returned to the United States after
having spent eleven years imprisoned in Venezuela, having been tried
in that country by military and civilian courts and absolved of the
charges against me, I was sent to a U.S. federal prison under the
absurd and ridiculous charges of representing "a danger to national

I was in that prison for 29 months and was freed not because they
became aware of the enormous injustice, but because of the widespread
and constant solidarity of my compatriots and brothers from other
countries letting it be known in one way or another that they
rejected what the government was doing to me.

We all know the many cases in which the United States government has
acted in favor of democracy, such as the sons of this great nation
who give their lives for the freedom of other peoples. That is why,
for me, it is a great cowardice for this country, with such a rich
history in the fight for freedom and human rights, to violate the
rights and to attempt to distort the dignity of Luis Posada Carriles
and other Cuban patriots because they are committed to fight for the
freedom of their country.

This great nation should not fear the reactions of the Cuban
dictatorship nor the arrogance of Hugo Chavez. Both governments are
enemies of freedom and rights and this country, if it is going to be
allied to the democrats, should not go about with hypocrisy. They
should not repeat the treason of the Bay of Pigs nor the cowardly
retreat from Saigon.

When you act with justice, the dogs of hell bark and the United
States should not fear this, much less the government of President
George W. Bush who decided to go to war in Asia to free a people.

We know that the regimes of Cuba and Venezuela are going to make a
fuss and fiercely criticize the liberation of Luis, and dropping the
charges against his compatriots. But when the truth is on your side
you have to act although the wolves howl and the hyenas growl in

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Postby Bob » Thu Jan 25, 2007 12:31 pm

"They should not repeat the treason of the Bay of Pigs nor the cowardly
retreat from Saigon.

When you act with justice, the dogs of hell bark and the United
States should not fear this, much less the government of President
George W. Bush who decided to go to war in Asia to free a people."- Bosch

Speaking of cowards, like the Bu$hes and their friends, so is Bosch. Treason was not the Bay of Pigs. Treason was murdering a United States President in the streets of Dallas. Cowardly retreat from Nam? 58,000+ lives later? Meanwhile the war profiteers made a fortune. Just like they are now in Iraq. Dumbya Bu$h didn't start a war to free a people. He went to war for his friends in the defense contractor and oil business. That is the Bu$h modus operandi. I only hope that one day soon this treason will be exposed, so the guilty can be brought to justice. In the last month we have had two of the conspirators die...Gerald Ford and E. Howard Hunt. I hope that Poppy Bu$h, Orlando Bosch, Luis Posada Carriles and the others reponsible for their MANY acts of treason and terrorism don't have such an easy exit.
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Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Jun 30, 2019 7:24 pm

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01.25.2007 - Mr. Willem Dankbaar Originally Posted this Focused Headline and Supporting Information.


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