Re the Oct. 26 article Former Cuban prisons chief accused of abusing dissidents now living in South Florida: It is outrageous that we would give asylum to someone who probably should be in jail for his treatment of prisoners. He was given power and is accused of using it in an evil way, while, at the same time, living off the fat of the land, able to do whatever he pleased with others’ lives.
Given his age, Marino Rivera is probably here for medical care and should not be rewarded with permission to live here. Jail him or ship him back to Cuba. Being Cuban shouldn’t be the only requirement to be allowed to stay here.
Judith Sockloff, Pinecrest