Cuban rafter Rene Morales, 53, the captain of the makeshift boat that included eight other rafters who landed on the beach in Key Biscayne, behind Mar Azul Condominiums, answers media questions outside Church World Service in Doral on Wednesday, Sep. 24, 2014.
Cuban rafter Rene Morales, 53, the captain of the makeshift boat that included eight other rafters who landed on the beach in Key Biscayne, behind Mar Azul Condominiums, answers media questions outside Church World Service in Doral on Wednesday, Sep. 24, 2014. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD
Cuban rafter Rene Morales, 53, the captain of the makeshift boat that included eight other rafters who landed on the beach in Key Biscayne, behind Mar Azul Condominiums, answers media questions outside Church World Service in Doral on Wednesday, Sep. 24, 2014. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD

Cuban rafters' secret journey from Camagüey to Key Biscayne took months of planning

September 24, 2014 05:43 PM

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