Magda Montiel Davis (left) speaks out against certain exile groups in Miami and the disrespect for United States Laws protecting freedom of speach and how she has been treated since her trip to Cuba with a group of exiles . She also sited Americas Watch report that singled out Miami for Human Rights abuses by those same anti-Castro groups and radio programs. On the right is Eddie Levy and they held the press conference in Little Havana.
Magda Montiel Davis (left) speaks out against certain exile groups in Miami and the disrespect for United States Laws protecting freedom of speach and how she has been treated since her trip to Cuba with a group of exiles . She also sited Americas Watch report that singled out Miami for Human Rights abuses by those same anti-Castro groups and radio programs. On the right is Eddie Levy and they held the press conference in Little Havana. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
Magda Montiel Davis (left) speaks out against certain exile groups in Miami and the disrespect for United States Laws protecting freedom of speach and how she has been treated since her trip to Cuba with a group of exiles . She also sited Americas Watch report that singled out Miami for Human Rights abuses by those same anti-Castro groups and radio programs. On the right is Eddie Levy and they held the press conference in Little Havana. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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