Adjmi, now 70, turned up in Miami on Wednesday, a thin man shackled and handcuffed -- a prisoner and no longer a fugitive after the Cuban government put
him on a plane and sent him home to finally begin serving his U.S. sentence.
No, it's not snowing in Havana, but we are getting a snow job from Havana. And the snow making machines have been working overtime!
This geriatric criminal, now 70 , is sickly and is going to need very expensive medical care so they ship him back to the US so they don't have to provide him with their first class health care and get a propaganda coup, with the help their friends in the MSM showing how flexible, cooperative and reasonable the "new" Cuban government is. Soon they'll be comparing Adjmi to Posada.
Then there's the "release" of 6 dissidents this week:
More Cuban-Made snow for the American MSM skiers who will blindly ski down any slope that the Cuban regime tells them to, no questions asked.
While the headlines all say that the Cuban regime "released" six political prisoners, little attention is paid as to why these men were imprisoned in the first place and don't mention that they served and completed unjust sentences because of convictions on trumped up charges.
Thank goodness that in the UK's the Independent, they had a snow blower handy:
The releases come ahead of a high-level meeting between Cuba and Spain at which Havana will seek the permanent end of EU sanctions. The six freed men are Lazaro Alonso Roman, Manuel Perez Soria, Elio Enrique Chavez Ramon, Jose Diaz Silva, Emilio Leyva Perez and Dulian Ramirez Ballester.
While buoyed by the releases, opposition groups in Havana warned against over-interpreting their significance, noting that most had served their full terms.
Val over at Babalu is right . Get the snow plows ready cause there's a blizzard of brown snow in the forecast.
NY Times Link from MW