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09/01/2005 10:52 AM ID: 49927 Permalink   

Former CIA 'Terrorist' Changes Application in US Immigration Plea

 

Former CIA operative Luis Posada Carriles has dropped his plea for asylum in the US and instead wishes to remain there through recognition of his military service. He hopes to avoid revealing state secrets by doing so, a court hearing was told.

Posada spent a year in the US armed forces during the 60's and is trying to dodge extradition to nearby countries who want to question him about terrorist activities including the bombing of Cuban tourist sites in 1997 and an airliner in 1976.

The militant has spent the past 15 years traveling around Central America using fake documents but now is hoping to be awarded US citizenship after entering the country illegally and being arrested in Miami last May.

 
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