Rene Gonzalez Condemns Terrorist Crime

Oct 7, 2015 by

Rene Gonzalez Condemns Terrorist Crime
HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 6 (acn)  History will condemn those responsible for the crime in Barbados in 1976, asserted on Tuesday in Bolivia Rene Gonzalez, Hero of the Republic of Cuba, on the occasion of the 39th anniversary today of that horrendous terrorist act.
   It is clear that criminals will not be judged while they’re still alive and particularly there in the United States; that’s the nature of the empire. They have impunity to commit any crime, therefore, the assassins will be judged by history, Gonzalez told Prensa Latina.
   On October 6, 1976, a Cubana airliner carrying 73 people on board, including the young Cuban fencing team that was returning to the island victorious from the Central American and Caribbean Fencing Tournament, exploded in mid air on its way to Havana from Barbados.
   The two main terrorists that organized and led that attack, Luis Posada and Orlando Bosch, both employees of the CIA, were never punished with the rigor law provides for such crimes. 
   The five antiterrorist heroes and Colonel Orlando Cardoso arrived in the Andean nation on Monday, on a working visit.
   The Five were presented by Bolivian President Evo Morales with the Marshal Andres de Santa Cruz Order, in the category of Knight, while Cardoso received the Marcelo Quiroga Order.
   In the South American country, the visitors will have a busy schedule, which includes a tribute to guerrilla Ernesto (Che) Guevara in Vallegrande, where his mortal remains were hidden for 30 years, as well as those of several of his combatants, and another tribute at La Higuera, the place where Che died on October 9, 1967.
   The group of Cuban heroes will return to Havana on October 10, after achieving their purpose of thanking Morales and the Bolivian government and people for the solidarity campaign to obtain their release from prison.

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