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Know-nothing, say-nothing sacrificial lamb going home

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First came the announcement from Melia Hotels about its big investment in Castrolandia.  Almost immediately, this other story surfaces.

ABC Spain reports that Angel Carromero is going home this weekend, to finish his prison term in Spain.

And it looks as if he could be  paroled fairly soon.

Once he is on Spanish soil, Carromero's case will be reviewed by Spanish courts.  If he is deemed not to be a threat to society, he will be eligible for parole, with limited freedom, such as house arrest or the wearing of an electronic bracelet to trace his movements.

But will he tell the world what really happened on that Cuban road a few months ago?  Chances are his silence has been purchased for a high price.

Meanwhile, in Spain, the left mocks Carromero AND Paya, and all attempts to free the people of Castrolandia.  For the full context of the image above, go HERE.

Full story at ABC HERE, in Spanish.

2 comments to Know-nothing, say-nothing sacrificial lamb going home

  • FreedomForCuba

    Professor,

    This is my suspicion:

    Carromero will become Pendejero...

    The Spanish government will ensure he stays pendejero to save Spanish investiments in Cuba.

  • asombra

    The Spanish government is in full complicity mode, even if it's not happy about it. When you're as compromised as Spain is regarding Cuba, it makes little or no difference which party is in charge. You're still the bitch of Castro, Inc., and you have to remember your place and act accordingly.