April 20 Emergency Protest in El Paso

Emergency Protest in El Paso

Immigrants Yes— Terrorists No!
Extradite Terrorist Luis Posada Carriles to Venezuela Now!

Thursday, April 20, 8 amPosada El Paso 4
El Paso, Texas
Immigration Court,
8915 Montana St. at Mattox

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On April 20 in El Paso, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials will interview Luis Posada Carriles to consider his petition for citizenship. He is detained in El Paso by Immigration for illegally entering the United States in March 2005.

Posada has a long and bloody history of terrorism. As a CIA agent for over 40 years, he was primarily responsible for the mid-air bombing of a Cuban airliner on October 6, 1976, in which 73 people died. Posada directed a series of Cuban hotel bombings, which resulted in the murder of a young Italian tourist in 1997. Posada has committed many other terrorist attacks on innocent people.

Despite his murderous history, the U.S. government refuses to honor the request by Venezuela for Posada’s extradition, to be tried for the Cubana airliner bombing. (Posada engineered the plane bombing in Venezuela.)

The ANSWER Coalition has carried out a national campaign since Posada entered the U.S. in 2005, to demand that Washington stop harboring this terrorist, and extradite him to Venezuela for trial. The families of the 73 Cubana plane bombing victims have waited 30 years for justice. Yet, while protecting Posada, the U.S. government is unjustly holding the

Cuban Five anti-terrorists in U.S. prisons. (Visit www.freethefive.org about their struggle.) We demand immediate freedom for the Cuban 5.

Join us for a peaceful protest in front of the Immigration Court, 8915 Montana Street, 8:00 am, April 20.

Initiated by the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition, and National Committee to Free the Cuban Five

To Endorse and Support, please call 415-821-6545,
or email [email protected]

Read an article by Jose Pertierra, attorney for Venezuelan government in the case of Luis Posada

Emergency Protest in El Paso

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