Woman Who Married Cuban Spy Suing JPMorgan For $57M For Hiding Country’s Cash 3

HECTOR GABINO/AP Ana Margarita Martinez won a $7.1 million judgment against the Cuban government for 'emotional distress' in 2001, after she found out her husband, Juan Pablo Roque, wasn't the man she thought he was.

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Ana Margarita Martinez won a $7.1 million judgment against the Cuban government for ’emotional distress’ in 2001, after she found out her husband, Juan Pablo Roque, wasn’t the man she thought he was.

By Dareh Gregorian, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

A Miami woman who was married to a Cuban double agent wants JPMorgan Chase to pay through the nose for allegedly hiding Cuban cash.

Ana Margarita Martinez won a $7.1 million judgment against the Cuban government for “emotional distress” in 2001, after she found out her husband, Juan Pablo Roque, wasn’t the man she thought he was.

She’d met Roque in 1992, after the former Cuban Air Force major made headlines for allegedly braving shark infested waters to swim to Gitmo seeking political asylum in the U.S.

They dated for three years before getting hitched.

Unbeknownst to Martinez, Roque was an FBI snitch – and an undercover Cuban agent who’d been sent to gather intel on the Cuban exile community in Miami. She found out both after he snuck out of their home one night in 1996, and then appeared on CNN in Cuba a few days later crowing about his accomplishments.

Adding insult to injury, when asked what he missed about Miami, he said just one thing: “My Jeep.”

Martinez, who’d been born in Cuba, said she’d been completely duped. “She believed that Roque shared her anti-communist ideals,” court papers say.

A federal judge in Florida found Cuba liable for Roque’s actions, saying he was “especially offended that Cuba – a country that disregards human rights – has callously trampled the rights of one of our own citizens on our own soil in furtherance of a vile criminal conspiracy.”

Feature continues here: JPMorgan Hides Cuban Assets

JOSE GOITIA/CP Roque was an FBI snitch – and an undercover Cuban agent who'd been sent to gather intel on the Cuban exile community in Miami.

JOSE GOITIA/CP
Juan Pablo Roque was an FBI snitch – and an undercover Cuban agent who’d been sent to gather intelligence on the Cuban exile community in Miami.

 

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3 comments

  1. The FBI all the time is disoriented with the Cuban Spies. Cuba’s IS make the game against the Cuba’s exile penetrating the the FBI….Look like a joke but is a sad true. Cuba’s exile is the real friend of USA….but they don’t understand….very sad

  2. It is sad to know how the Cuban exile have been carrying the title of terrorists and Fidel Castro and his regime that have caused death and destruction to millions of people are considered an example to follow in liberal circles.The Cuban exile has been a friend of the United States of America and Cuba will never be a legitimate friend of the United States as long as the Castro criminal family is in power. The problem is that many, to carry their politically correct agenda they have to cover the real murderous and repressive essence of the Cuban regime. They rather do concessions to a murderous regime rather than confronting this regime. I categorize Castro and his regime the same way I categorize ISIS or Al Qaida. They are simple terrorists.We need to finish been politically correct and we need to be more proactive fighting Castro and his thugs for the safety of the United States of America and the cause of freedom,let’s finish the appeasement,remember Chamberlain and Hitler.

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