jueves, mayo 01, 2008

Blood extraction at Cuban prisoners: a strange practice.

Here's court records from a suit in the 11th Judicial Circuit Court, Miami-Dade County by Katy Fuller, who's father was murdered in 1960 by "Cuba's Elvis" (Dan Rather's Fidel Castro) for resisting the theft of his farm.
From The Estate of Robert Otis Fuller vs. The Republic of Cuba filed May 5 2002: "Agents of the Castro Government acting under orders of the Castro Government, led Bobby Fuller to a firing squad where he was shot and killed after being tortured by having his blood drained from his body. Thereafter, his body was thrown into an unmarked mass grave in an unknown location."
Here's another lawsuit against “One Helluva Guy!” (Ted Turner's Fidel Castro) by the family of U.S. citizen Howard Anderson who resisted the theft of his filling stations and Jeep dealership by Castro's gunmen in 1960: Anderson v. Republic of Cuba, No. 01-28628 (Miami-Dade Circuit Court, April 13, 2003). "In one final session of torture, Castro's agents drained Howard Anderson's body of blood before sending him to his death at the firing squad."
"Death to the American!" screamed Howard Anderson's communist prosecutor at his farce of a trial on April 17, 1961. "The prosecutor was a madman!" says a Swiss diplomat who witnessed the trial, "leaping on tables, shrieking, pointing, as Mr. Anderson simply glared back."Two days after his "trial," Howard Anderson's refused a blindfold — to glare at his executioners. Medically he was probably in shock at the time from the blood-draining. "Fuego!" The bullets shattered Howard Anderson's body at dawn on April 19, 1961. “Castro is very selfless and moral” reports his friend Oliver Stone.
On April 7, 1967 The Organization of American States Human Rights Commission issued a detailed report on the Cuban regime's version of recycling: "On May 27, 1966, from six in the morning to nightfall political prisoners were executed continuously by firing squad in Havana's La Cabana prison. One hundred and sixty-six men were executed that day and each had 5 pints of blood extracted prior to being shot.
"Extracting this amount of blood often produces cerebral anemia and unconsciousness so that many had to be carried to the execution wall on stretchers. The corpses were then transported by truck to a mass grave in a cemetery outside the city of Marianao. On 13th street in Havana's Vedado district Soviet medical personnel have established a blood bank where this blood is transported and stored.
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