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Posada Carriles (blew up Cuban airliner ‘76) marches w/ Gloria Estefan & Ladies in White

by Alfred Friday, Jul. 02, 2010 at 10:05 PM

Posada Carriles (blew up Cuban airliner ‘76) marches w/ Gloria Estefan & Ladies in White

His support of the “ladies” ought not to surprise us. There is an important link between Posada and these “ladies.” The link is called Santiago Alvarez Fernández Magriña. (http://www.granma.cu/ingles/2009/octubre/vier23/Terrorist-Santiago-Alvarez.html) It’s a well established fact, admitted even by the “ladies” themselves that their organization receives ,500 a month from Rescate Jurídico [Legal Rescue] in Miami. Posada and the “ladies” share the same godfather. (http://machetera.wordpress.com/2008/05/20/dialing-for-dollars-in-cuba/) The president of Rescate Jurídico is no more and no less than Santiago Alvarez Fernández-Magriña. An extremely close friend and Luis Posada Carriles’ financial sponsor, Alvarez was the person who brought Posada to the United States on his boat, the Santrina, according to documents from the U.S. District Attorney’s office. A few weeks later, he organized the famous and shameful press conference for Posada Carriles who had up until that point been “hidden” in Miami. Alvarez is also the same person who got one of his people to place two bombs in the Tropicana nightclub in Havana. This conversation was recorded and exposed on Cuban television. It’s evident that the terrorist history of this sinister person did not stop the “ladies” from involving themselves in this game and receiving money salted with Cuban blood. In the United States, receiving money from a terrorist organization is a felony that carries a harsh punishment. I suppose the same is true in Cuba. Nevertheless, until now, the only sanction that these “ladies” have received is repudiation from Cubans in the street. The Cuban government has shown itself to be extremely tolerant, even providing police protection. Here’s a suggestion for Posada Carriles. If he really wants to march in support of Santiago Alvarez Fernández-Magriña’s “ladies,” he ought to go to Havana to do it. As Calle 13 would say, “I dare you!” ____________________________________ Note- This article is an important piece of information from a very reputable source, namely Jose Pertierra, a progressive Cuban-American attorney in DC who is the atty of record here for the Venezuelan government and involved in other high-profile cases. Posada is of course the man who, along with Orlando Bosch, blew up the Cuban airliner in 1976. And here he is photographed marching along with Gloria Estefan (herself the daughter of one of Batista's thugs) in support of the so-called dissidents in Cuba, with nobody trying to hustle him out of the way of the press cameras. buy cheap propecia

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