Cuba’s Castro regime surrenders American common murderer to FBI . . . but still protects fugitive murderer Joanne Chesimard

Evil murderer and his victim

From our Bureau of Castronoid Ethical Standards:

Looky here, Mildred: the Castro regime claims to be in “full compliance” with international law!

Yes, they’ve turned over a murderer to the FBI because of “Cuba’s full compliance with its international legal obligations.”

Got that, Mildred: “full compliance.”  Yes, “full.”

Never mind the fact that they still refuse to turn over another murderer that they’ve been sheltering for 34 years.

That other criminal just happens to be a political trophy of sorts, and therefore remains untouchable, beyond the rule of law.

If you’re a leftist and you kill for political reasons, because of your leftism, then you’re in the clear.  Got that?  In the clear.  You’re a “good murderer” and worthy of praise.

But if you kill your paramour for purely personal reasons, you’re an “evil murderer” who belongs in prison.

Good murderer and her victim


Cuba’s release of a Montclair homicide suspect to FBI agents Tuesday was the result of an Interpol notice and recent agreements with the United States, the Cuban government said.

While the country has defended the political asylum granted to New Jersey fugitive Joanne Chesimard more than 20 years ago, Cuban officials in a statement Wednesday said the transfer of James Ray III — whom they did not identify by name — was surrendered in keeping with “Cuba’s full compliance with its international legal obligations” and law enforcement agreements with the U.S.

Ray, a 55-year-old lawyer charged with murder in the fatal shooting of his girlfriend Angela Bledsoe last month, was detained after he arrived in the country on Oct. 28. Investigators on Wednesday said Ray was arrested before he could go through Cuban customs.

Cuba’s cooperation in Ray’s case stands in marked contrast to U.S. authorities’ decades-long struggle to extradite Chesimard, now known as Assata Shakur, who was granted asylum in Cuba in 1984 after escaping from state prison in New Jersey.

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