Venezuela asks U.S. to extradite Cuban over bombing Luis Posada Carriles, who has Venezuelan citizenship, has applied for asylum in the United States, according to his lawyer, but U.S. officials say they do not know the fugitive's whereabouts.
On Friday, May 13, there was Press Conference in Washington DC to demand that the Bush administration immediately arrest Luis Posada Carriles and extradite him to Venezuela for the terrorist bombing of a Cubana Airlines plane on October 6, 1976.
Call for united mass action Thousands will march on Saturday, September 24 in Washington DC. The A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition urges the antiwar movement to come together for a united demonstration. Mass March on Saturday, September 24 in Washington D.
From the New York Times: Cuban Exile Could Test U.S. Definition of Terrorist By Tim Weiner MIAMI, May 5 - From the United States through Latin America and the Caribbean, Luis Posada Carriles has spent 45 years fighting a violent, losing battle to overthrow Fidel Castro.
20,000+ letters sent to Bush & Congress to say: No asylum for Luis Posada Carriles, Extradite him to Venezuela
20,000+ letters sent to Bush & Congress to say: No asylum for Luis Posada Carriles Extradite him to Venezuela You can help keep the pressure up! The incredible response to A.N.S.W.E.R.'s campaign to extradite anti-Cuban terrorist Luis Posada Carriles has led to people sending more than 20,000 emails and letters to Bush and members of Congress.
New, exciting speakers have confirmed their participation in the May 7 People's Speak-Out in Washington DC, including John Boardman, the President of UNITE HERE Local 25 ; Omar Ali, the father of Ahmed Abu-Al i, and Hussein Agrama of the Free Palestine Alliance .
The May 7 People's Speak-Out is shaping up as one of the most unique and exciting coalition events in Washington DC. This will be an informative and uniting event bringing together a broad, diverse coalition of labor, students, religious and antiwar organizations.
Marsh was one of several international guests who addressed an estimated million plus people at Havana’s Revolution Square for this year’s May Day commemoration an event which focused on the issue of terrorism.
Castro ripped into President Bush's war on terrorism as "hypocritical" before hundreds of thousands gathered under a blistering sun in Havana's revolution square. "The whole world knows that Luis Posada Carriles, the most famous and cruel terrorist of the Western Hemisphere, entered the United States and is seeking asylum," said Castro, dressed in his customary military uniform and appearing in good health at 78.
Brothers and sisters, It is a great very great privilege and an honor that I have been invited to join you here today in the celebration of May Day, International Workers Day. All over the world today, working people are in the streets, in a grand expression of international solidarity and friendship.