Thursday, February 24, 2011

Cuban government may sue for satellite images

A Canadian author says Cuban authorities are "considering suing a U.S. government agency to force it to hand over satellite data it believes will prove that two Brothers to the Rescue aircraft were in Cuban airspace when they were shot down 15 years ago today."
Stephen Kimber, a journalism professor at the University of King's College in Halifax, said in a message:
Cuban President Ricardo Alarcon made the comment in an interview with me in Havana last week. I was in the Cuban capital researching “Sting of the Wasp,” a nonfiction book I’m currently writing on the story of the Cuban Five.
More details are on Kimber's website.

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