A.N.S.W.E.R. office in Harlem
2295 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.
(at the corner of 135th St.)
Take the 2/3 or B/C to 135th.
As Havana wakes up to another day, five Cuban men are serving their time in prisons scattered throughout the United States. Their crime? Protecting their country and people against U.S.-backed terrorism. Arrested on September 12, 1998 and subjected to a trial, which U.S. civil rights lawyer, Leonard Weinglass, calls a “violation” from start to finish, the Cuban Five were sentenced to prison terms ranging from 15 years to double-life.
There are very few cases that are political in nature. This is one. “Mission against Terror” charts Cuba’s 50-year struggle against terrorism and the five men’s fight to win justice.