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From The Miami Herald – Cuba Posted on Saturday, 11.23.13 BY JUAN O. TAMAYO JTAMAYO@ELNUEVOHERALD.COM
It should not be surprising that former Cuban ruler Fidel Castro told a U.S. journalist three years ago that he believed ordered President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on orders from a cabal within Washington.
Or that Cuban the government’s news media have given prominent display to recent allegations that the notorious gunman on the “grassy knoll” in Dallas 50 years ago was an anti-Castro Cuban exile by the name of Herminio Diaz.
What is not surprising is that Cuba’s official media has made little or no mention of recent reports suggesting that links between JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald and the Cuban government were wider than previously known. . . . Read Complete Report
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From U.S. News October 20, 2013
By COLLEEN SLEVIN, Associated Press
DENVER (AP) — Most Cubans remain cut off from the Internet but are still using creative ways to access and spread information online, a dissident blogger told journalists from around the Americas Sunday.
Yoani (YO’-ahn-ee) Sanchez gave a largely grim report of the state of the press in Cuba at a meeting of the Inter American Press Association in Denver. She said President Raul Castro’s regime has been aggressive in arresting and beating people who speak out against the government and has failed to document those actions, as his brother Fidel did. However, she said neither is better than the other.
“They play the good and the bad policeman but in the end they are two policemen,” she said to applause. . . . Read Complete Report
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