Havana Mobilizes For The Liberation of The Spy Ana Belen Montes 3

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Campaign image for the liberation of Ana Belen Montes. “Everyone is one country. In that ‘global country’ the principle of loving thy neighbor as much as thyself turns out top be an essential guide.”

(Courtesy:  Translating Cuba)

14ymedio, Zunilda Mata, Havana 27 February 2017 – This Tuesday, a campaign launches in Cuba for the liberation of Ana Belén Montes, a former intelligence analyst for the United States Defense Intelligence Agency, condemned for espionage and considered a “prisoner of conscience” by the government of Havana. The initiative includes concerts, conversations, and publications on social networks with the hashtag #FreeAnaBelenMontes.

The governing party seeks to revitalize the case of the spy, who was not included on the list of prisoners pardoned by Barack Obama at the end of his term. Now, efforts are focused on “getting her released through diplomatic negotiations,” according to official sources consulted by this newspaper.

Montes was arrested in September 2001 in Washington and sentenced to 25 years in prison for espionage assisting the Havana government. Currently, after her cancer diagnosis and mastectomy, she remains imprisoned in the Federal Medical Center (FMC) in Carswell, located on a U.S. Navy Air Station in Fort Worth, Texas.

For many years, the analyst provided substantial information to the Cuban Intelligence Agency, including military data following a visit to El Salvador, which Havana passed on to the FMLN guerillas (Marabundo Martî Front for National Liberation). That information served to inform an attack on a barracks in 1987 in which 65 soldiers perished, including an American.

Feature continues here:  Havana Demands Montes’ Release

 

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3 comments

  1. Ana, Ha pasado tanto tiempo. Y tú, ahí en prisión. Yo se de sobras, que tanto tú como tú madre se leyeron el artículo que yo publiqué y lo pagué con mis fondos de mi peculio personal ($15,000) para que apareciera en una página del Washington Times, el día 28 de junio de 2000. Lo pagué porque yo no soy periodista pero si soy cubano, y estos dos “mequetrefes” de la “inteligencia americana” finalmente fueron ordenados por sus superiores para que te siguieran porque mientras tú decías que Cuba non era un riesgo para los Estados Unidos este cubanito Jorge Garrido les demostró lo contrario. Eso fue lo suficiente para que empezaran a investigar. Después estos dos “tontos” se acreditaron libros de de ser inciativa de ellos. Se convirteieron en los dos “cazadores de espías”. Bueno en fin que no pasa nada. Tengo pensado ir a Cuba este año y ojalá me pueda reunir con Raúl Castroa ver que es lo que está pasando con mi país.¨l está super cansado con toda la situación que le dejó el gran hermanito Fidel, y es mejor resolverla antes que empieze el “corre corre” que le dará a Cuba finalmente. envíame lo que quieras a : garrido1mail@gmail.com

  2. Nueva estrategia de la izquierda: las mujeres. Esto viene como anillo al dedo a la consigna feminista anti-Trump. Los ñángaras son genios del mal!! Que la cambien por la espía Josefina.

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