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Man says ex-CIA agent Posada gave him explosives for hotel bombing

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posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 12:43 PM
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Man says ex-CIA agent Posada gave him explosives for hotel bombing


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In an exclusive interview Tuesday, a Salvadoran man told The Associated Press that a former CIA operative gave him powerful explosives and cash to carry out a 1997 hotel bombing in Cuba.

Otto Rene Rodriguez said that he was given C-4 explosives and $2,000 by Luis Posada Carriles to enable the bombing at Havana's Melia Cohiba hotel on Aug. 3, 1997. He was later captured in Cuba with 3.3 pounds of C-4 that he said was given to him by Posada.

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posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 12:43 PM
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And in todays news, we tackle just how many criminal activities our gov is up to in one story...

So let's see, our ever-instagatory, terrorism-PROMOTING faction, the CIA, allegedly involved in yet ANOTHER of their endless barbaric schemes, paying off an individual and handing him C-4 to COMMIT terrorism.

They would never do such a thing, would they? Nah! And anyone suggesting so is unpatriotic, and a terrorist themselves!

Then we have this CIA guy, who was involved with blowing up an airliner, killing scores of people, and him being implicated in a plot to assassinate Fidel castro, and he was PARDONED of his crimes.

Then he is put in jail here for supposedly entering the country illegally, and YET AGAIN FREED by a U.S. federal judge!

Anyone seeing a pattern here?

www.rawstory.com
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posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 12:47 PM
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It sounds pretty much like the end to Spooks Season 9 (Then again i bet nobody watches it
)



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 12:50 PM
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They only gave him $2000 to commit a terrorist attack?!? LOL


The CIA is obviously hiring total idiots - who in their right (and greedy and murderous) mind would agree to such a dangerous mission for a measly $2000?

Something doesn't add up here. Either that guy is a complete moron, and the CIA is getting people to commit false flag terror for bargain basement prices, or ....something else entirely.



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 12:52 PM
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We just need to get the information out there.
If enough people see this stuff, and get the message, sooner or later somebody will light themselves on fire, and the revolution will be on.......
yes it CAN happen here....................has to!



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 12:56 PM
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I would expect that the $2,000 was for travel and living and information costs for the attack's research.

He was probably FORCED to do it under threat of violence or torture.

Remember folks: When everyone becomes aware of whats really going on is when the bad stuff starts. And a whole lot of people are starting to realize the CIA's motives and agendas of death



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 12:57 PM
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This doesn't make a lot of sense. I believe the whole story is false for a couple reasons.

1 The CIA will always use members of their own ranks before someone on the outside. This is because the person they would hire would probably speak about what they've done and who've they done it for out of pride.

2. $2,000? No way....


If the CIA wanted it done, it would be done. They would not trust an outsider for something like this. It's not how the system works.



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 01:02 PM
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Possibly for plausible deny-ability?



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 01:39 PM
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Originally posted by RustyShakleford92
reply to post by DimensionalDetective
 

1 The CIA will always use members of their own ranks before someone on the outside. This is because the person they would hire would probably speak about what they've done and who've they done it for out of pride.


Not true at all. Before the ground invasion of Afghanistan, a CIA team was assembled and they were used, in conjunction in the Northern Alliance to carry out bombings of Taliban training camps and outposts. There was actually a number of cases were the CIA used and trained Northern Alliance soldiers to carry out assassination attempts on Osama Bin Laden.



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 01:49 PM
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I like that, "sooner or later, someone is going to light themselves on fire..." Let's hope it's sooner. They've been laughing at us for too long. We will win, in spite of all their efforts.



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 01:56 PM
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Posada ??
where have I heard that name before??
JFK ring a bell ???

or maybe I'm just thinking about
the catcher for the Yankees.



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 02:15 PM
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Originally posted by harrytuttle
They only gave him $2000 to commit a terrorist attack?!? LOL


The CIA is obviously hiring total idiots - who in their right (and greedy and murderous) mind would agree to such a dangerous mission for a measly $2000?

Something doesn't add up here. Either that guy is a complete moron, and the CIA is getting people to commit false flag terror for bargain basement prices, or ....something else entirely.


$2000 is a lot of money, especially for use in Cuba. Plus he was also handed the C4, so the hard part was already done.
edit on 9-2-2011 by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 02:45 PM
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Busy bunch that CIA.

Mumbai terror suspect David Headley was ‘rogue US secret agent’


A key terror suspect who allegedly helped to plan last year’s attacks in Mumbai and plotted to strike Europe was an American secret agent who went rogue, Indian officials believe.

I'm sure he was a "rogue" agent.
Arent they all?


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posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 02:49 PM
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Originally posted by gladtobehere
I'm sure he was a "rogue" agent.
Arent they all?

yea, his covert cover was blown
now he probably sits a desk at
the farm helping train recruits.



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 04:08 PM
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I beg to differ. CIA will use outsiders or patsys who have a record. See what you see is $2000US. WHat I see is someone who probably got really high in a back room and sodomized a litle boy or two and didn;t know his wife would see the video tape and divorce him and keep his kids and mother and father and community away from him. Only thing is at this point all he has to do to keep them from knowing is blow up this club and get paid $2000US and CIA will take care of those bad drug dealers attempting to blackmail you in that unAmerican way. THink how happy his wife will be with that money, too? AND....nobody has to know! sshhhhh!!!! Unless you get caught then you are on your own and CIA has plan B.



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 12:35 AM
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check out more about Louis Posada and his best friend George Bush HERE. They all have friends in common, Felix Rodriguez, Frank Strugess, E.Howard Hunt etc etc etc..

So many fingers, so many pies..

CUBAN KILLER GOES ON TRIAL

Posada will never be convicted,,,he knows too much about too many people.
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posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 02:16 AM
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Do you people even understand who you are believing?... You all are so blind in your hatred against the U.S., and the CIA, that you all are willing to believe the claims made by castro's regime... The same regime that has had an entire nation under a communist dictatorship for over 52 years, and this same communist regime exported terrorism to every country it could...

Did not one of you stop to think that the whole Posada affair is nothing more than a disinformation campaign from a communist dictatorship?.... Naaa....

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posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 03:44 AM
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Originally posted by ElectricUniverse
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Do you people even understand who you are believing?... You all are so blind in your hatred against the U.S., and the CIA, that you all are willing to believe the claims made by castro's regime... The same regime that has had an entire nation under a communist dictatorship for over 52 years, and this same communist regime exported terrorism to every country it could...


Yeah, you just lost a lot of credibility there, imo


Cuba is a corrupt commie dictatorship? Actually, they happen to be a nationalist Cuban government based on Marxist ideology, and they've managed to survive through extreme economic hardships, terrorism and outright invasion attempts, all directed by the West.

Oh, and they do have regular elections to. You either vote for the system, or you don't. So far, it's maintained at least a 90% support rate. So dock it all you want, but I'm sure that American school textbooks declare Cuba to be some evil commie dictatorship that suppresses its people. The reality is that the US has been trying to crush them for 52 years ever since they revolted against exploitation of their entire population from both American government and mafia interests.

The very fact that Cuba's intervention that fended off the South African apartheid invasion of Angola scared the Americans (who support apartheid dictatorships like South Africa and Israel), and thus the US promised to never cut off the trade emargo with Cuba until there is anti-Cuban reform there.

How bloody convenient that after a major earthquake in Haiti, the US promises to send millions in aid, but instead sends thousands of soldiers "for security and humanitarian efforts". Let's look at a map:



Haiti, with thousands of American soldiers, is directly to the East of Cuba. Florida is to the North. That's a two pronged invasion possibility, all coinciding with the step down of power from Fidel to his brother. The Yanks started some propaganda campaign about Cuban reforms, much like those repressive Eastern Europe color revolutions that they invoked, hoping to inspire some violent capitalist movement in Cuba to benefit American interests.

It didn't.

You accuse Cuba of being a dictatorship for 52 years? They've done nothing but survive for 52 years from brutal American "diplomacy"! Under crushing economic conditions following the collapse of the Soviet bloc, they turned cities into gardens, they changed harmful chemical into effective and natural pesticides for farming, they re-learned how to use animals for agriculture instead of thousands of tractors and machinery supplied from the Soviets.

They've achieved so many necessary things that we need to understand in order to treat our freaking planet with the respect it deserves, instead of raping and engineering it like in the US, AND YOU SAY CUBA IS WRONG?!

638.

That's 638 CIA assassination attempts on Castro's life. All have failed. And what of the Cuban Six? These were six Cuban intel agents sent to Florida, ONLY to observe American terrorist elements planning to attack Cuba. They are still in American maximum security for terrorism charges. All the while, the CIA attempts to conduct terrorism against Cuba to topple the will of its people and to kill of their leadership.

The only dictatorship here is the USA.



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 04:25 AM
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i dont know how america tollerates having the cia. it looks from the outside world as a terrorist orginasation.

kx



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 05:07 AM
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Originally posted by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi

Originally posted by harrytuttle
They only gave him $2000 to commit a terrorist attack?!? LOL


The CIA is obviously hiring total idiots - who in their right (and greedy and murderous) mind would agree to such a dangerous mission for a measly $2000?

Something doesn't add up here. Either that guy is a complete moron, and the CIA is getting people to commit false flag terror for bargain basement prices, or ....something else entirely.


$2000 is a lot of money, especially for use in Cuba. Plus he was also handed the C4, so the hard part was already done.
edit on 9-2-2011 by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi because: (no reason given)



Indeed, Posada himself was paid only $300 a month!

www.gwu.edu...




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