Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Have ex-CIA operative's lawyers been to Cuba?

The crime scene

Have lawyers for Luis Posada Carriles visited Havana to investigate the 1997 Hotel Copacabana bombing?
This summer, the defendant's lawyers said they wanted more time before the trial because they might have to travel to Cuba to interview Raul Cruz Leon, accused in the September 1997 Hotel Copacabana bombing. Defense lawyers said then:
...it may be necessary for defense counsel to travel to Cuba for the purpose of inspecting original records, interview of witnesses and inspection of crime scene.
So did it ever happen?
Earlier this week, the Cuban press reported that the 126-room Hotel Copacabana has reopened after a three-year-long renovation project unrelated to the bombing.
The project isn't quite finished. Seventy rooms were redone and are now open. Workers haven't finished an additional 56 rooms, but expect to finish this summer.
I've visited the hotel dozens of times over the past 15 years. Last time I was there, it had a beautiful pool next to roped off swimming lanes in the ocean waters.

Source of photos: CubaHotelBookings.com

Source of photo: TravelPod

Link:
Along the Malecon's Anti-Castro militants page

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