Saturday, April 09, 2011

Letting a Cuban Terrorist Go Free

By Robert Parry
April 9, 2011

The acquittal of right-wing Cuban militant Luis Posada Carriles on charges of lying to immigration officials underscores the U.S. double standard on terrorists, applying delicate legal rules to “ours” and a rough-and-tumble approach to “theirs.”

Read on.

2 comments:

mnv said...

Few people really expected that the terrorist Posada Carriles was ever to be convicted of any crime. It was since the beginning a sham trial, whose outcome was predicted in advance; acquittal. The US legal system operates within the framework of the imperial power; punishing those against us and rewarding those who act on our behalf.

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