Yaser Cabrera Romero, one of the rafters who arrived from Cuba on Saturday, talks to the press on Sunday and shows the bullet wound he sustained during the crossing.
Yaser Cabrera Romero, one of the rafters who arrived from Cuba on Saturday, talks to the press on Sunday and shows the bullet wound he sustained during the crossing. Hector Gabino hgabino@elnuevoherald.com
Yaser Cabrera Romero, one of the rafters who arrived from Cuba on Saturday, talks to the press on Sunday and shows the bullet wound he sustained during the crossing. Hector Gabino hgabino@elnuevoherald.com

Who shot 7 Cuban migrants? Wounded rafters say gunmen tried to steal boat

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