Javier Yanez stands on his balcony where he hung a U.S. and Cuban flag in Old Havana, Cuba, in December 2014 after the surprise announcement of the restoration of diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States. Pro-Cuba activist Albert A. Fox Jr., who has extensive ties with the Cuban government, is accused of illegal transactions tied to two trips to Cuba in 2010 and 2011.
Javier Yanez stands on his balcony where he hung a U.S. and Cuban flag in Old Havana, Cuba, in December 2014 after the surprise announcement of the restoration of diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States. Pro-Cuba activist Albert A. Fox Jr., who has extensive ties with the Cuban government, is accused of illegal transactions tied to two trips to Cuba in 2010 and 2011. Ramon Espinosa AP
Javier Yanez stands on his balcony where he hung a U.S. and Cuban flag in Old Havana, Cuba, in December 2014 after the surprise announcement of the restoration of diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States. Pro-Cuba activist Albert A. Fox Jr., who has extensive ties with the Cuban government, is accused of illegal transactions tied to two trips to Cuba in 2010 and 2011. Ramon Espinosa AP

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