Monday, May 23, 2011

Cesar Chavez Confidante Tries to Cover Up Fidel's Crimes

Cesar Chavez Confidante Tries to Cover Up Fidel's Crimes
Posted by Humberto Fontova on May 23rd, 2011 and filed under FrontPage.

The list of Mexican-Americans decorated for valor by the U.S. Navy is
long and glorious. The list of Navy Gold-Star mothers of Mexican
heritage is equally long and glorious. It's bad enough to ignore these
heroes and heroines when rummaging for a "Hispanic" name for a U.S. Navy
ship. It's even worse to name the ship after the co-founder of an
organization that defends the murder of a decorated Hispanic Navy vet
and lobbies for the convicted murderer's release on behalf of a
State-Sponsor-of-Terrorism that craved to nuke the U.S. To wit:

Dolores Huerta co-founded the United Farm Workers of America with Cesar
Chavez and still serves as its "Vice President emeritus." Nowadays she
busies herself as an (unregistered) agent of the Castro regime lobbying
for the release of a Castroite terrorist serving two life terms after
conviction by U.S. juries on espionage and conspiracy to commit murder.
In the parlance of the Castro regime and their agents (on the payroll
and off) this terrorist and his accomplices are known as "The Cuban
Five." Here's Cesar Chavez's soul-sister reading Castro's script about

Now here's some background on "The Cuban Five" you won't get either from
Ms Huerta or from her soul-sisters and brothers in the MSM:

On September 14, 1998, the FBI uncovered a Castro spy ring in Miami and
arrested 10 of them. Five were convicted by U.S. juries (from which
Cuban-Americans were scrupulously excluded) of espionage and of
conspiracy to commit murder (of a decorated U.S. Marine.) One of the
terrorists serves two life sentences and the convictions of all five
were upheld by an appeals court. According to the FBI's affidavit, the
26 charges against the convicted Castro-terrorists championed by the
soul-sister of a Navy ship's namesake include:

•Gathering intelligence against the Boca Chica Air-Naval Station in Key
West, the McDill Air Force Base in Tampa and the headquarters of the
U.S. Southern Command in Homestead, Fla. (which includes the U.S. Navy's
4th Fleet.)

•Compiling the names, home addresses and medical files of the U.S.
Southern Command's top officers, along with those of hundreds of Naval
officers stationed at Boca Chica Naval station.

•Infiltrating the headquarters of the U.S. Southern Command.

•Sending letter bombs to Cuban-Americans.

•Spying on McDill Air Force Base, the U.S. armed forces' worldwide
headquarters for fighting "low-intensity" conflicts.

•Locating entry points into Florida for smuggling explosives.

Huerta's poster-boys also infiltrated the Cuban-exile group Brothers to
the Rescue who flew unarmed planes to rescue Cuban rafters in the
Florida straits, also known as "the cemetery without crosses." The
estimates of the number of Cubans dying horribly of thirst, exposure,
drowning and shark attacks in the "cemetery without crosses" run from

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