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Cuba / Exiles' Death Penalty / United States Role #583149

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 17, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Cuban leader Fidel Castro mentioned. Report introduced.

(Havana: Ed Rabel) Question of whether the United States was involved in infiltration of Cuba by three exiles, two of whom have been sentenced to death, examined; scenes shown of crowds in Havana, Cuba, calling for the firing squad. [Defense minister Raul CASTRO - makes speech.] [American Studies Institution Rafael HERNANDEZ - believes United States knows about terrorist projects.] [Accused terrorists Eduardo DIAZ BETANCOURT, Daniel SANTOVENIA - (thru translator) comment.] [State Department spokesman Richard BOUCHER - denies United States role.] [In Havana, MAN - (thru translator) backs death sentence.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Rabel, Ed

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