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Washinton DC program: Who are the Cuban Five?

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  • Walter Lippmann
    De: S.A.L.S.A. [mailto:netfa@HotSalsa.org] Enviado el: Wednesday, March 03, 2004 2:16 PM Para: Lázaro Herrera Asunto: Who are the Cuban Five? PLEASE SHARE
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      De: S.A.L.S.A. [mailto:netfa@...]
      Enviado el: Wednesday, March 03, 2004 2:16 PM
      Para: Lázaro Herrera
      Asunto: Who are the Cuban Five?


      PLEASE SHARE WIDELY!! PLEASE SHARE WIDELY!!
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      WHO ARE THE CUBAN FIVE?

      The DC Justice & Solidarity Collective, National Lawyers Guild
      & No War On Cuba present briefings on:

      Hidden from the Headlines;
      Case of the Anti-Terrorists

      On March 10, 2004 a Miami court will hear an appeal on the
      case of five young Cubans who were working to prevent
      terrorism. Exactly who are the Cuban Five and why are they
      being held prisoner in the United States? The Five; Gerardo
      Hernández, Antonio Guerrero, Ramón Labañino, Fernando
      González, and René González, were solely involved in
      stopping terrorism but the FBI arrested them in Sept. 1998,
      while the real terrorists go free. Learn why and how these
      men, serving 15 years to life in U.S. federal prisons, have
      been falsely convicted by the U.S. government for supposed
      espionage, when in reality they were monitoring ultra-right
      terrorist groups that operate from Miami and have committed
      countless acts of terrorism against Cuba. Many of these
      groups have operated with the full knowledge and support of
      the CIA.

      Friday, March 5, 2004
      Tune in to a special
      "We Ourselves"
      with Host Ambrose I. Lane Sr.
      10 - 11 am
      WPFW 89.3 FM, Wash. DC

      guests: Ricardo Alarcón, President Of The Cuban Parliament
      Leonard Weinglass, Lawyer representing Antonio Guerrero

      Tuesday, March 9, 2004
      Live Briefing and Video Screening
      UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
      Bldg. 38, 2nd floor, Window Lounge
      4200 Connecticut Ave. Nw, Wash DC- Metro: Red Line/Van Ness-UDC
      6:30 - 8:30 pm

      panelist: Alberto Prieto, First Secretary of the Cuban Mission in DC;
      Quentin
      Driskell of Nat'l Lawyers Guild/Nat'l Conference of Black Lawyers; Netfa
      Freeman
      of No War On Cuba

      then

      9 - 10:30 PM TUNE IN TO A SPECIAL
      "Latin Flavor"
      with Host Marlena Fernandez
      WPFW 89.3 FM, Wash. DC

      For more information visit www.justiceandsolidarity.org and
      www.nowaroncuba.org
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