Lawyers for the Cuban Five, Castro's group of convicted spies, today filed a petition with the Supreme Court asking the body to throw out their conviction and order a new trial. All five men were convicted in 2001 in a Miami court, though the defense argues that a fair trial was not possible in Miam ... More >>
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