FUGITIVE IN CUBA: The reward for the capture and return of convicted murderer Joanne Chesimard, living in Cuba as Assata Shakur, was doubled to $2 million in 2013.
FUGITIVE IN CUBA: The reward for the capture and return of convicted murderer Joanne Chesimard, living in Cuba as Assata Shakur, was doubled to $2 million in 2013. Julio Cortez AP
FUGITIVE IN CUBA: The reward for the capture and return of convicted murderer Joanne Chesimard, living in Cuba as Assata Shakur, was doubled to $2 million in 2013. Julio Cortez AP

Glenn Garvin: Cuba still shelters U.S. fugitives

February 02, 2015 6:20 PM

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Glenn Garvin spent nearly 20 years as a foreign correspondent and 12 more as the Herald's TV critic. He is a 1975 graduate of Stanford University.