Colombia's NTN24 news network has a fascinating interview (in Spanish) with Rafael Alejandro Hernandez, a young former Cuban state security official, who is currently seeking political asylum (along with two colleagues) in Cuba.
The Colombian government has denied them political asylum, seemingly due to fear of repercussions (blackmail) by Havana.
If they are returned to Cuba, their lives will be in great danger.
In the interview, Hernandez discusses:
- The infiltration of Venezuela's student protests by Cuban agents.
- The motioning of all emails and communications of Cuban medical personnel trafficked abroad.
- Athletes in sports exchanges who are trained as state security agents.
- A mission whereby he was being prepared to infiltrate Miami-Dade Community College.
See the full interview below:
at 9:28 AM Thursday, September 11, 2014
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