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Evidence Posada Carriles was in Honduras, Important to his Immigration Hearings

Honduras This Week is reporting on evidence that has come out that Cuban American freedom fighter, Posada Carriles spent in Honduras and was aided by the FBI in entering the country with a falsified passport. According to HTW, the FBI helped Carriles enter Honduras, with the help of a former Honduran immigration director, Ramon Romero, who is now being prosecuted for trafficking in false passports. This information should help Carriles in his fight to gain asylum here in the United States.

Kennedy was a disgrace to all American's with the way he handled the Pay of Pigs invasion, but its a bigger shame how we treat the veteran who has commited to brining freedom to Cuba once again.
Carriles was imprisoned in Panama for the attempted assassination of Fidel Castro at the Ibero-American summit in 1997.

Following his release from Panama due to a presidential pardon it was rumoured that Carriles fled to northern Honduras. The statement from Honduras’ former immigration director now confirms that he was in the country for some time in August 2004. Vice minister of security Armando Calidonio told the Miami Herald that documents and witnesses are “inconclusive” regarding Carriles entrance into Honduras.

The details of Carriles’ time in Honduras are important facts in his immigration hearing being held in El Paso, Texas. The judge in the hearing is listening to arguments on whether Carriles will be allowed to seek asylum in the US or be expelled to a country of his choice.

Carriles is trying to prove he fled to Honduras for safety but had to flee after being tracked down and attacked by mercenaries.
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