Cuban Bombing Suspect Controversy
The Kojo Nmandi Show
March 20, 2007
National Public Radio (NPR)
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Some call him a hero. Others call him the "Osama bin Laden of the Americas." Luis Posada Carriles, a Cuban-exile and former CIA operative, is among the most infamous alleged terrorists in our hemisphere, yet was released from an American prison last week.
Join Kojo for a look at Posada's case and why it's such a political hot potato for the Bush administration. Guests Carol Williams, Caribbean Bureau Chief, Los Angeles Times Jose Pertierra, attorney; and General Counsel, Embassy of Venezuela Philip Peters, Vice President, The Lexington Institute; Advisor to the Cuba Working Group of the U.S. House of Representatives.