The fact that Cuba flat-out refuses to extradite Chesimard and questions the judgment of our legal system proves they are not worthy of having serious discussions to normalize relations with the United States. Continuing any discussions after hearing the Castro regime's position on this matter would be an insult to the families of these criminal's victims who have been deprived of justice for far too long.-- U.S. Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ), on the Castro regime's refusal to extradite FBI Most Wanted Terrorist Joanne Cheismard, The Express Times, 3/4/15
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