Luis Posada Carriles, left, speaks out against Fidel Castro in this, April 17, 2005, photo in Miami, Florida. Interpreter Eduardo Coloma is in the center.
Luis Posada Carriles, left, speaks out against Fidel Castro in this, April 17, 2005, photo in Miami, Florida. Interpreter Eduardo Coloma is in the center. Miami Herald/MCT
Luis Posada Carriles, left, speaks out against Fidel Castro in this, April 17, 2005, photo in Miami, Florida. Interpreter Eduardo Coloma is in the center. Miami Herald/MCT

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