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Mensaje por freedom of expression el Vie Abr 24, 2009 6:46 pm


Last updated: 10:17 am
April 23, 2009
Posted: 10:17 am
April 23, 2009

President Obama's unilateral thawing of relations with Cuba including an easing of travel and monetary restrictions is a grave mistake that could result in another missed opportunity to bring enemies of America to justice and send a message to the world that this country never relents in its pursuit of terrorists.

As a precondition for any discussions with Cuba, Obama must demand the extradition to America of fugitives receiving safe haven in Cuba, including Armed Forces for National Liberation bombmaker William Morales, *Wells Fargo armored-car robber Victor Manuel Gerena and the killer of a New Jersey state trooper, Joanne Chesimard. These violent fugitives have all been provided safe haven in Cuba since the 1980s.

Americans must be aware of what is at stake here. We can't allow Obama to repeat his recent European tour, when he weakened our country's prestige and received nothing in return. Although I strongly disagree with fostering a relationship with Cubas brutal Castros, if Obama is bent on doing so, he must get these three killers back in US prisons where they belong.

Morales was the chief bombmaker and one of the leaders of the clandestine Puerto Rican terrorist group FALN, the most prolific terrorist organization ever to wage war on America. Between 1974 and 1983, the FALN proudly claimed responsibility for more than 130 bombings in the United States, including the horrific Jan. 24, 1975, lunchtime bombing of historic Fraunce's Tavern in New York's Financial District. The premeditated attack took the lives of four innocent men, including my father, 33-year-old Frank Connor, and injured 60 others.

Morales may well have built the sinister device that killed my father the very day my family was set to celebrate two birthdays: my ninth and my brothers 11th. In an ironical twist, Morales blew off his fingers and part of his face on what would have been my fathers 37th birthday, July 12, 1978, when a bomb he was crafting exploded in his safe house in Queens. He was captured and sentenced to 29 to 89 years in prison, but somehow escaped from the Bellevue Hospital prison ward and ended up in Mexico.

After Morales was arrested there, the Reagan administration requested his extradition to America, but the sympathetic Mexican government sent him to Cuba, where he continues to live as a guest of the Castro regime.

On May 2, 1973, Chesimard, a Black Panther, was pulled over by New Jersey state trooper Werner Foerster. After she and her comrades opened fire with automatic weapons, hitting Foerster, she took the officers gun and shot him twice in the head at point-blank range. In 1977, Chesimard was captured, convicted and sent to prison. A few years later, she escaped with the aid of her radical cronies. She fled to Cuba and, like Morales, remains a guest of the Castro regime.

Gerena was an employee of Wells Fargo in Connecticut when he overpowered two of his co-workers and took control of a truck loaded with $7.3 million in cash. The FBI has discovered that he is also in Cuba, having given Castro $4 million in rent for the right to stay there.

For our president to extend the hand of friendship to a regime that would invite in such evildoers is appalling under any conditions. Doing so without demanding that these miscreants be brought to justice would confirm Obama's contempt for the public he has sworn to protect.

My father's life and death have been used for cheap political gains for too many years, and my family has been forced to suffer through it all. Now, while I disagree with the circumstances, we have the chance to bring justice to at least one of the terrorists involved in his murder.

It's time to do what is right for Frank Connor, his family and the other families affected by these fugitives, and bring them home to justice.

Joe Connor, son of FALN victim Frank Connor, has sought justice for his father for 34 years.


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