Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Fidel's "Rendezvous with Death"

Just like when the CIA let out the information that Castro has Parkinson’s disease, he immediately when into the denial phase. Going on television and doing a 5 hour speech just to prove that he is not sick, he held out his hand into the air for everyone to see that there was no shaking. According the National Parkinson’s Foundation website, the first thing a patient does when diagnosed with the disease is denial. Well, Castro is now too denying his involvement in the John Kennedy assignation, as it is alleged in the German movie “Rendezvous with Death.” Today, Cuba’s official newspaper Granma has a long article on how this is all manufactured by the USA because of its dislike for Cuba. What would you expect them to say?

Cuba paid Oswald to kill Kennedy, new film says

The film, shown to journalists in Berlin on Wednesday, says Oswald traveled to Mexico City by bus in September 1963, seven weeks before the Kennedy shooting, and met agents at the Cuban embassy there who paid him $6,500.

Read the rest here.

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