As U.S.-Cuba relations improve, its time for Havana and Washington to open up

In OpEd News Bill Simpich calls attention to two CIA conspiracies to assassinate Cuban leader Fidel Castro in the early 1960s. As U.S.-Cuba relations improve, he hopes the government in Havana will share more information about these deadly doings.

“The Cuban government holds additional information about these operations. As diplomatic relations normalize between our two countries, the Cubans should be encouraged to consider releasing documents that will shed further light about this troubled history.

Source: The Hidden Castro Assassination Plots | OpEdNews

3 thoughts on “As U.S.-Cuba relations improve, its time for Havana and Washington to open up”

  1. As Bill states ““The Cuban government holds additional information about these operations. As diplomatic relations normalize between our two countries, the Cubans should be encouraged to consider releasing documents that will shed further light about this troubled history.”

    Such information, coupled with the 3,600 unreleased files in the National Archives, should be helpful in providing further facts. For example, I understand that even today, Dark Complected Man has never been identified, even though he is a key witness.

  2. Arnaldo M. Fernandez

    The Cuban government made available the files regarding this “hidden plots” (CIA Operations Patty and Liborio)for historical research by retired State Security officers. Even the records of the more sinister Operation Mongoose were reviewed by them. May be Simpich and other researchers could try to ask permission.

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