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The muzzle is off, finally…

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ABC Spain reports:

Angel Carromero confirms to Oswaldo Payá's daughter that her father's death was no accident, and that his car was rammed from behind and forced off the road by another vehicle .

Carromero is currently on parole in Madrid after being sentenced by a Castronoid court to four years in prison for vehicular manslaughter.  Though he has not yet publicly admitted that he was driven off the road, he has let it be known that he plans to sue the Castro regime for falsely accusing him of reckless driving and for holding him hostage in a Cuban prison.

Rosa María Payá, Oswaldo's daughter, said today that when she met with Carromero a few days ago, he described the details of her father's murder. She also claims that she has now seen the frantic text messages sent on that fateful day of  the "accident" by the other surviving passenger, Jens Aron Modig, which also attest to the ramming, and that she is getting ready to take legal action against the Castro regime, along with Carromero and Modig.

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