NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 23, 1976
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(Studio) Of number of Cubans living in Miami, Florida, some involved in terrorism aimed at Cuba's leader Fidel Castro.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(Miami, Florida) Cubans involved in terrorism vent their violence on persons believed to be helping Castro. Many terrorists trained to handle explosives by CIA for Bay of Pigs invasion. [Dade Cnty. bomb squad Lieutenant Alan RICHARDS - confirms bombers got training from somewhere for anti-Castro action.] 8 anti-Castro groups in Miami. Money for terrorism comes from cocaine smuggling and extortion of Cuban exiled businessmen. September 21, 1976, film in Washington, DC shown; Orlando Letelier, Chile ambassador to US, killed by bomb. Anti-Castro terrorists thought responsible. Plane bombing over Barbados in October, 1976, also thought to be terrorists' work; film shown. 1 man charged in plane bombing is Dr. Orlando Bosch. Film of Bosch in Caracas, Venezuela, on October 28, 1976, shown. Bosch thought to be top man in anti-Castro terrorist network. W-QBA radio newsman in Miami, Florida, Emilio Milian one of Bosch's most vocal critics. Milian's name on terrorist target list. Milian lost both legs in car bomb explosion last year [MILIAN - says he doesn't have hate anymore but will continue editorials against terrorists.] Special FBI squad investigating bombings and murders associated with terrorists.
REPORTER: Brian Ross