Tag Archive for Paul McKenna

El último de ‘Los Cinco’

Here’s Arnaldo Fernadez’s article, “The Last of the Cuban 5,” in Spanish.

Read more

The last of the Cuban 5: why Cuba and the U.S. can’t make peace

Fernando Gonzalez

Fernando Gonzalez, Cuban intelligence officer goes free on Feb. 27.

A man named Fernando Gonzalez is scheduled to walk out of an Arizona prison on Thursday, and the Cuban Five, a group of Cuban intelligence officers convicted of espionage in 2001, will be down to three, since another defendant, Rene Gonzalez was released in 2011.

The Cuban 5 have been lionized by the government in Havana and demonized by the media in Miami. Their ordeal embodies the tortured relationship that has governed U.S.-Cuba relations since the presidency of John F. Kennedy.

(See “From July 26 to November 22 to today,” JFK Facts, February 9, 2014)

Read more