New CIA Files Show Miami's Most Infamous Cuban Terrorist Was a Snitch
Last week, Riptide was all about Eduardo Arocena, the Miami dockworker convicted in 1985 of setting off 32 bombs in Little Havana and Manhattan. A certain mayoral candidate (ahem, Tomas Regalado, ahem) seems to have flirted with supporting Arocena back in the day, not that he'll admit it.
It's difficult to say who looks worse thanks to the newly public papers.
You can check out all the documents here, at the National Security Archive's homepage.
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