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Carlos Bringuier Reminds JFK
Subject: Carlos Briguier Reminds JFK
Date: 31 Dec 1998 00:00:00 GMT
Citations from the New Orleans Times-Picayune:
April 4, 1963 S2-P15
Exile Unit Hits Kennedy Order
To Continue Liberation Efforts -- Spokesman
The Cuban Student Directorate of Miami will continue efforts to liberate Cuba, "despite action by the United States to stop raids originating from U. S. soil," a New Orleans delegate to the group has announced.
Carlos Bringuier, in repeating a statement from the organization, said that Cubans have "never received any efficient support from the United States in their struggle against Communist oppression," and charged that "imprisonment of Cuban leaders by the U. S. and the British - U. S. blockade to curtail attacks of the freedom fighters ... are direct results of negotiations effected last October between the USA and Russia."
Bringuier said that the CSD, one of the many revolutionary organizations made up of Cuban exiles and others, protests the agreement because the "will of the Cuban people was not considered." He said the Cubans believe "no one can impair our God-give right to bring into play whatever measures are necessary to regain the freedom of our country."
The Cubans in this country, Bringuier asserted, "never dreamed that the government of the United States would order a mobilization for the defense of the Castro regime."
April 18, 1963 S3-P17
JFK is Reminded of 'Bay of Pigs'
A telegram sent to President Kennedy Wednesday by the New Orleans delegate of the Cuban Student Directorate asked that the President not forget the Bay of Pigs.
The telegram sent by Carlos Bringuier said:
"Your promise is now two years old. If the Monroe Doctrine is dead, allow us to fight for our Fatherland. Remember Bay of Pigs."
A mass in memory of the dead of the Bay of Pigs invasion was held last Wednesday night..., Bringuier said.
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