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US-Cuba Relations / Posada Arrest #790217

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 17, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The arrest in Miami of Cuban exile Luis Posada, who has long been dedicated to overthrowing Fidel Castro, reported.

(Miami: Jeffrey Kofman) An interview with international fugitive Posada before he was arrested presented; details given of Posada's past incidents in 1976 & 1997; scenes shown of exiles protesting in Miami's Little Havana. [Cuban Documentation Project director Peter KORNBLUH†- says President Bush has to decide what to do with Posada.] [On "Nightline," Cuban vice president Ricardo ALARCON†- says it's time for the US to show where it stands on terrorism.] [Earlier today, POSADA - {thru reporter's translation} says he is not renouncing violence.] [EXILE - says Posada's a freedom fighter.]

Gibson, Charles;
Kofman, Jeffrey

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