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Gosh?! A KGB-trained Cuban intelligence agent and a Cuba “Expert” somehow come up with the identical idea on the same day?!

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Top Left: Upon his recent release Cuban terrorist/spy Fernando Gonzalez greeted in Cuba by the Castro regime's top KGB-protege Ramiro Valdes.

Top Right: Sherritt International bagman and Cuba-"expert" Phil Peters:

Gosh, the release of Gitmo prisoners in exchange for Bergdahl seems to grease the skids for the release of Fernando Gonzalez' fellow convicted terrorists, the remaining "Cuban Five." This idea seemed to occur to both KGB-trained Cuban spy Fernando Gonzalez and to Cuba "expert" Phil Peters simultaneously!

From the AP's Havana bureau:

"The exchange of five Taliban detainees at Guantanamo for a U.S. Army soldier held captive in Afghanistan could set a precedent for a similar swap with Cuba, a Cuban intelligence agent who spent years imprisoned in the United States said Monday...Fernando Gonzalez, who returned to the island in February after serving more than 15 years behind bars in the United States, said the deal to secure the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has a clear parallel to the cases of U.S. government subcontractor Alan Gross and three Cuban agents still imprisoned in the United States."

From Sherritt International bagman and Cuba-"expert" Phil Peters:

"Cuba offers to negotiate for Mr. Gross’ release on a “reciprocal humanitarian basis” which many take to mean the release of the remaining three Cuban intelligence officers in U.S. jails, who have served 15 years...Whoever informs Mr. Gross about today’s news should tell him about that statement too."

None dare call it coincidence.....?

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