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Cuban American National Foundation Sues the New York Times

July 17, 1998
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The powerful right-wing Cuban exile organization the Cuban American National Foundation announced yesterday at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. that it plans to sue the New York Times for two stories that linked foundation leaders to a series of terrorist hotel bombings aimed at overthrowing Cuban President Fidel Castro. Democracy Now’s Jeremy Scahill.

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  • Democracy Now! Jeremy Scahill reports on the Cuban American National Foundation’s intentions to sue the New York Times.

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