Cuban exiles in Miami stand in front of symbolic coffins in a demonstration against the Cuban government in 1994. Newly released FBI files show that the law enforcement agency kept close tabs on exiles in the early days of the Fidel Castro regime.
Cuban exiles in Miami stand in front of symbolic coffins in a demonstration against the Cuban government in 1994. Newly released FBI files show that the law enforcement agency kept close tabs on exiles in the early days of the Fidel Castro regime. CM GUERRERO El Nuevo Herald
Cuban exiles in Miami stand in front of symbolic coffins in a demonstration against the Cuban government in 1994. Newly released FBI files show that the law enforcement agency kept close tabs on exiles in the early days of the Fidel Castro regime. CM GUERRERO El Nuevo Herald

Thousands of documents show FBI kept close eye on Miami exiles and ‘Batista crowd’

October 12, 2016 02:58 PM

UPDATED October 12, 2016 03:02 PM

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