sábado, 10 de mayo de 2014
El Experimento Marxista y la mala Memoria Histórica
Experts concerned about his willingness to work with U.S. on anti-drug, anti-gang efforts
By Daniel Wiser, Washington Free Beacon
El Salvador’s purportedly moderate new president met this week with two Cuban spies convicted in the United States, raising questions about his willingness to work with U.S. officials on anti-gang and anti-drug efforts.
Salvador Sanchez Ceren met with the spies as well as Cuban President Raul Castro on the communist island, according to a Salvadoran news outlet. The two men, Fernando Gonzalez and Rene Gonzalez (no relation), were members of the “Cuban Five” that were convicted on charges of conspiracy and espionage in the United States and later released to Cuba.