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Criminal Complaint Against Cuban Spies

Here's the Criminal Complaint filed by the DOJ against the Cuban Spies Walter Kendall Myers and his Wife. I wonder who on the left will be making apologies for them. In a way, perhaps this case could be wrench that kills current efforts in the Congress to lift the embargo and further sanctions against Cuba. Here you have it folks, real true to life traitors who did it because they loved Fidel Castro. I'm sure there's a lot of Castro lovers out there, especially in the entertainment industry who would do the same as these two cockroaches.

US v. Walter Kendall Myers Criminal Complaint

Thanks Claudia and Chris Simmons for the PDF

5 comments to Criminal Complaint Against Cuban Spies

  • Larry Daley

    Mike:

    Thank you, Caludia and of course Chris Simmons

    However, the Myers cannot account for all such goings on at Foggy Bottom

    there must be others, as there have been at least since the times in the 1930s when William Arthur Weiland and Sumner Wells were "buddies."

    Apparently Weiland (as Guillermo Arturo Montenegro) was recruited in Cuba long ago by chief stalinist agent in CubaL "Fabio Grobart" ...

  • Larry, you know they have more networks out there. this could be a blessing ... to stop the current congressional and media fellatio with restoring ties to Cuba.

  • Honey

    I am pleasantly surprised to see that spying for Cuba is still considered a crime these days.

    But, Mike, don't hold your breath waiting for attitudes to change about Cuba.

  • FreedomForCuba

    "I am pleasantly surprised to see that spying for Cuba is still considered a crime these days."

    Honey,

    Under the current administration this policy may not last for long (you know what I mean).

    LOL

  • firefly

    Freedom,
    I agree with you.

    Mike,
    Once they restore ties to Cuba and "Cubans" (please read government agents) can travel freely to the U.S. it's going to be like going to the candy store for these spies.