The Cuban Spy Page

Introduction

Cuba, unlike Israel, is a hostile nation. It is considered in the same category of hostile nations as Libya, and Iraq. In spite of the status of Cuba as a hostile nation and in spite of the enormity of the crimes committed by the Cuban spies - including the murder of American civilians - the sentences currently being meted out to the Cuban spies are shockingly light.

For example, Alejandro Alonso, one of the Cuban spies, was recently sentenced to only 7 years. Compare and contrast this to the life sentence without parole that Jonathan Pollard received for espionage on behalf of Israel - America's strong friend and close ally.

To better understand the seriousness of the Cuban Spy case, the following excerpt from the Congressional Record is an excellent primer. The speaker is Senator Jesse Helms:
Clinton Administration Must Respond Forcefully To Cuban Espionage


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