Skip to comments.The Taliban Got Back Their Terrorists—Now Castro Wants His
Posted on 06/12/2014 3:30:40 PM PDT by kingattax
It didnt take long. Exactly two days after the announcement of the Berghal/Taliban-Five deal, Cubas Terror-Sponsoring (official classification by U.S. State Dept.) regime started clamoring for an Alan Gross/Cuban-Five deal.
Alan Gross is a Jewish American held hostage by the Castro regime since December 2009 when he was arrested while distributing computers and satellite phones to Cubas microscopic ( and mostly regime-collaborationist) Jewish community while on assignment for USAID (United States Agency for International Development.) After a trial, the Castro regime formally sentenced Gross to fifteen years in prison.
The Cuban Five are Cuban terrorist/ spies nabbed in south Florida in 1998 and convicted in U.S. federal courts of 26 counts of espionage along with conspiracy to commit murderof three U.S. citizens. Two of the five communist spies have already had their sentences reduced and been returned to heroes welcomes in Cuba
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Who could see this coming? Now terrorists are going to start taking hostages just to get their old friends back.
the domino effect
And Mel Gibson, too?
And Sean Penn, give him to Venezuela and we don’t even need anything in return.
Pretty soon the Mexicans will want theirs too... Aztlan, and Obama will gladly trade. This $..it has to stop!
excellent! We should trade for some classic cars from the 50’s. We could make bank on the deal. /s
downtown havana. see anything worth having ?
Babes 'n Chebbies.
The list, Ping
Let me know if you would like to be on or off the ping list
no ceegars ?
Good point. And in Habana you can probably even still smoke them indoors.
I do!. A selection of Hot Rod diamonds in the rough. We should do his deal.
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