Threat assessment cites Cuban intelligence

Cuban intelligence services remain a “persistent threat,” according to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence said in a report on Jan. 29. The Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community inexplicably groups Cuba with Iran, gives few details about Cuba and focuses mostly on China and Russia. Excerpts from the report are below: Threats … Read more

Cuban blood match far from over

Sixty years ago this month, Gustavo Villoldo Argilagos died of what his supporters called “politically induced suicide.” The family blamed Fidel Castro and his band of revolutionaries for Villoldo’s death. They later filed a wrongful death lawsuit and a Florida court awarded an eye-popping $2.79 billion in damages in 2011. Since then, Villoldo’s sons, Gustavo, … Read more