Righteous Bombers?

Miami's non-Muslim mullahs are ready to forgive Castro's accused 2000 assassins

"This is a very special night," Suarez began, noting that the Casa del Preso was like "a temple." "We are here to honor four Cubans who have never surrendered," he declared. "These Cubans ... are imprisoned arbitrarily, and I say arbitrarily because there is not evidence that proves the charges against them. They are prisoners of the terror of the Latin American presidents who consent to the destabilizing partisanship of the Castrista tyranny.

"We know that they are innocent," he continued. "But if, remotely, at one moment they thought about physically eliminating the animal that hasn't only destroyed our country economically but also morally ... they deserve respect, they deserve applause." The audience clapped. "Cubans have all the right to do what is necessary to eliminate not only this animal but also all of the animals that surround him!" The convicted killer wanted to be brief, he assured, but had one parting thought. "I just want to repeat that if at any moment in the minds of these four Cubans there was the idea of assassinating Castro, then welcome to that idea!" And the crowd applauded and cheered enthusiastically.

Emilio Milian lost his legs in a 1976 car bombing allegedly by one of the men -- Gaspar Jimenez -- now accused of attempting the same thing on Fidel Castro; Miami Bishop Agustin Roman wants "mercy" for Jimenez
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Emilio Milian lost his legs in a 1976 car bombing allegedly by one of the men -- Gaspar Jimenez -- now accused of attempting the same thing on Fidel Castro; Miami Bishop Agustin Roman wants "mercy" for Jimenez

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This article omits mention that Emilio Milian's brother, Lazaro Milian, was indicted in 1972 for being a member of the Santo Trafficante gambling and racketeering mafia operation and fled to San Jose, Costa Rica. As a federal fugitive, Lazaro Milian was never able to return to the U.S. and died in Costa Rica 40 years later. More on Emilio Milian here

http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/milian.htm


 
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