Maggie Khuly, sister of Armando Alejandre, one of the victims of the Brothers to the Rescue shootdown, and Mirta Costa, mother of another victim, Carlos Costa, held photos of the four who were killed when a Cuban MiG downed two small planes in 1996.
Maggie Khuly, sister of Armando Alejandre, one of the victims of the Brothers to the Rescue shootdown, and Mirta Costa, mother of another victim, Carlos Costa, held photos of the four who were killed when a Cuban MiG downed two small planes in 1996. Hector Gabino Miami Herald
Maggie Khuly, sister of Armando Alejandre, one of the victims of the Brothers to the Rescue shootdown, and Mirta Costa, mother of another victim, Carlos Costa, held photos of the four who were killed when a Cuban MiG downed two small planes in 1996. Hector Gabino Miami Herald

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