Friday, September 01, 2006

One of Cuban 5 Shadowed Terrorist

Havana, Sep 1 (Prensa Latina) To watch actions by terrorist Orlando Bosch, accused of the explosion of a Cuban airplane in Barbados, was the mission of Fernando Gonzalez, who is serving 19 years of prison in the US.

According to an article published by Granma newspaper Friday, evidence on Bosch s labor was presented in the trial of Gonzalez and the other four Cubans, however he is still free, while the Cuban Five are unfairly imprisoned.Bosch, with permission from former president George Bush, organized along with Luis Posada Carriles the explosion of the Cubana aircraft that in 1976 killed 73 people, as well as other violent actions against the island or other targets in the world.

The persistence of such threats obliged Cuba to send Gonzalez, Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino, Rene Gonzalez and Antonio Guerrero to south Florida, to prevent terrorist actions against their homeland.Gonzalez mission was to follow closely Bosch, whom he filmed plotting against Cuba.

This evidence was presented in the Miami trial of these anti-terrorists, in which they were condemned to sentences running from 15 years to double life imprisonment.After eight years of unfair imprisonment on September 12, the Cuban Five, as they are universally known, see their case drawn out even more after a recent failure at the US Court of Appeals 11th Circuit in Atlanta.