Angel Carromero holds up photographs of the car in which Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya was killed in a crash.
Angel Carromero holds up photographs of the car in which Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya was killed in a crash. PEDRO PORTAL EL NUEVO HERALD STAFF
Angel Carromero holds up photographs of the car in which Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya was killed in a crash. PEDRO PORTAL EL NUEVO HERALD STAFF

Spaniard convicted in death of Cuban activist Payá recounts ordeal in visit to Miami

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