Luis Posada Carriles
He has been called one of the world’s most dangerous terrorists, but Luis Posada Carriles insists he concentrates on art, not terror
An elderly ex-CIA operative and longtime Fidel Castro foe spoke to reporters Wednesday for the first time since being acquitted on federal terrorism-related charges following an 11-week trial.
During an 11-week trial that featured a seemingly endless parade of 24 witnesses, federal prosecutors meticulously presented the U.S. government’s case against an elderly ex-CIA agent from Cuba accused of lying during immigration hearings.
A Texas jury has found an elderly ex-CIA agent from Cuba not guilty of all 11 counts of perjury, obstruction and immigration fraud.
A conservative former U.S. diplomat testified in federal court Friday saying that an ex-New York Times reporter at the center of an anti-communist militant’s perjury trial is biased against Cuban-Americans, especially those who oppose Fidel Castro.
Attorneys for a former CIA operative on trial for perjury argued Friday that a journalist exaggerated when she reported that their client admitted planning deadly 1997 bombings at Cuban tourists sites.
Lawyers for a former CIA agent charged with perjury grilled a Miami-based attorney, saying she granted him an immigration hearing because she was helping prosecutors gather evidence against him.
Jury selection continues Tuesday at the Texas trial of Cuba’s public enemy No. 1, anti-Castro militant Luis Posada Carriles.
Jury selection began Monday in the trial of 82-year-old Luis Posada Carriles. Posada is an anti-Castro Cuban exile and former CIA operative.