In May, Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera was released from home confinement after 36 years in federal custody, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Lopez was considered a top leader of Puerto Rican militant group that said it was responsible for more than 100 bombings in several U.S. cities and Puerto Rico during the 1970s and early 1980s.
In May, Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera was released from home confinement after 36 years in federal custody, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Lopez was considered a top leader of Puerto Rican militant group that said it was responsible for more than 100 bombings in several U.S. cities and Puerto Rico during the 1970s and early 1980s. Carlos Giusti AP
In May, Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera was released from home confinement after 36 years in federal custody, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Lopez was considered a top leader of Puerto Rican militant group that said it was responsible for more than 100 bombings in several U.S. cities and Puerto Rico during the 1970s and early 1980s. Carlos Giusti AP

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