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Here’s the best antidote to “Expert” accounts of the Moncada Attack

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Above: A Puerto Rican guy who's just DYYYYYYYYIING to tell lies (in fact he was a Puerto Rican civil rights lawyer who habitually defended Commies) LUNGES at de la Cova and is restrained in the nick of time. Tony (looking like he just left the set of Miami Vice), as seen in the picture, had simply presented some thoroughly documented data on the lawyer's background.

Entire HILARIOUS(!!!) video here.

(Oye pero como a este de La Cova le ENCANTA JODER!)

3 comments to Here’s the best antidote to “Expert” accounts of the Moncada Attack

  • antonio2009

    Hum-Boy-Dah, Chino Gonzalez was not just a Commie lawyer for the Machetero terrorists, at that time he was the President of the Puerto Rican CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION! He tried to lunge at Tony and challenged him to go outside and "fight man to man" but was held back by another commission member. It would have been an interesting fight seeing how Tony was 36 years old and Gonzalez was 66 years old and with a heart ailment that killed him two years later.

  • The Puerto Rican version of our own ACLU! Pero que falta-de-respeto por parte de este profesor de la Cova!

  • antonio2009

    Sitting behind Tony, in the center, is Ricardo Fraga, Castro's No. 2 agent in Puerto Rico. Tony knew he would be filmed live on TV at the hearings, which is why he grew a beard, combed his hair over his face, and sported dark shades, a la Serpico. After the show, he took off his disguise. Tremendo descarao. On the right, next to Tony, was his attorney, Guillermo Toledo.