Alvaro Uribe: Cuban missiles on N. Korean freighter were destined for Ecuador
The Cuban Sugar Missile Crisis gets more interesting by the moment. Alvaro Uribe, the former president of Colombia, tweeted this morning that he has information indicating the Cuban missiles found on the North Korean freighter caught by the Panamanian government were not on their way to North Korea for "repairs," but instead were being shipped to Ecuador for the military of dictator Rafael Correa.
Información que llega"...55el barco cargado con armas y misiles. Recordará que nosotros le dimos a usted una (cont) http://t.co/FjIv5J3ft8
— Álvaro Uribe Vélez (@AlvaroUribeVel) July 18, 2013
New information coming in... "on the ship loaded with weapons and missiles. Remember that we had provided information regarding this news. I can say that the ship was not on its way to North Korea. This ship was on its way to Ecuador and some of those weapons was for that country." Regards. I hope this is investigated.
H/T Maggie P.