abril 12, 2008

¿Dónde está el piloto?

Tras dejarse azuzar por el cuentista Norberto Fuentes para demandar a Martha Flores y otros con el pretexto de que habían coartado su libertad de expresión, el ex aviador pinareño Rafael del Pino tendría que empezar a pagar ya costas judiciales . Tal sería el toque distintivo en la venidera Jornada de Girón (abril 15-20).

Foto: Un Cessna 402 como este sirvió a Del Pino para volar con su familia hasta Cayo Hueso (mayo 28, 1987). El aparato había sido dejado en Cuba por el agente castrista Fernando Fuentes Coba, pasó a la empresa Aerocaribbean y fue utilizado hasta por el líder comunista de Granada Maurice Bishop.

13 comentarios:

Sargento Pimienta dijo...

Seguro que le pidio el dinero a su companero ministro que ahora es general presidente.

Padre Varela dijo...

Bueno yo creo que Alcibiades ya esta en funsion de pasar cepillo para no molestar a Raul Castro

Ernesto dijo...

Norberto Fuentes, cuentista.
Del Pino, pinareño.

Que descripciones mas precisas!
:)

Anónimo dijo...

Fernando Fuentes Coba, el traidor de Rafael del Pino Siero (sin relacion al generalote), fue inhumado en el Panteon de Emigrados Revolucionarios en el Cementerio Colon. De alli van a tener que desalojar muchos restos, incluyendo los de Lourdes Casal Valdes.

Manerud dijo...

En la red circula un mensaje del terrorista Tony de la Cova sobre el avión de Del Pino desacreditando a Fernando Fuentes, a quien todo el mundo sabe que le tendieron una encerrona porque se dedicó a la causa de la reunificación familiar

Alfonsito dijo...

Los miquis deben poner coto a la gente que usa su blog para insultar a otros

de la Cova dijo...

Gracias por recordármelo. Aquí repito el mensaje que le envié a Alfonso Chardy del Miami Herald:
Dear Mr. Chardy:
You recent article on Rafael del Pino Siero contains your trademark selective reporting and factual errors.
http://www.miamiherald.com/
519/story/483910.html
Del Pino did not move to Miami during World War II when he became a citizen and joined the U.S. armed forces. He later returned to Cuba to study law and ended up a classmate of Castro's at the University of Havana" as you wrote.
An FBI document posted on the Internet indicates that Rafael del Pino Siero became a naturalized U.S. citizen in Los Angeles, California, on June 9, 1950. He later moved to Miami in the 1950s, where he was "a driver for the Diamond Cab Company."
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org
/cuba/Rafael-del-Pino.pdf
According to a 1990 interview with Enrique Ovares, president of the Cuban University Student Federation (FEU) during 1947-1950, who was with del Pino and Fidel Castro during the Bogotazo in Colombia in 1948, del Pino was never a registered university student. Ovares described del Pino as "a bodyguard" of Fidel Castro.
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org
/ovares/Ovares.pdf
The fact that del Pino was not a university student is also confirmed by a U.S. State Department document dated April 22, 1948, posted on the Internet, describing del Pino during 1946-1948 as "a professional machinist." Del Pino’s residence in the U.S. in the 1940s was in New York City and not in Miami, as you indicate.
http://www.icdc.com/~paulwolf/
gaitan/wieland22april19482.jpg
According to a 1990 interview with Vidal Morales Rodríguez, a U.S. Army World War II veteran and president of the Cuban W.W. II Veterans Association, Rafael del Pino served only nine months in the U.S. Army and received a less than honorable discharge.
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org
/cuba/Vidal-Morales.pdf
In reference to your selective reporting, your article mentions that the lawsuit filed alleges that del Pino "was set up by a Castro 'agent and spy.'" The court document posted by the Miami Herald identifies the spy as Fernando Fuentes (aka Fernando Fuentes Coba), but you omitted his name from the article.
http://media.miamiherald.com
/smedia/2008/04/04/17/delpino
.source.prod_affiliate.56.pdf
I have previously pointed out to you the numerous times that by error or design you always leave out mention or background information of Castro agents in Miami.
Accusations that Fernando Fuentes was "an operative of the Cuban intelligence agency (DGI) and of being the ‘intellectual assassin’" of Rafael del Pino first appeared in the Miami Herald on February 3, 1981, page 4-B. The article specified that "Del Pino’s widow, who charged that her husband had been kidnapped by Fuentes in 1959 and delivered into the hands of Cuban authorities."
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org
/espinosa/charges.htm
The Miami Herald reported on December 15, 1982, that Fuentes, president of American Airways Charter (AAC), was convicted in federal court and sentenced to one year in prison and fined $10,000 for "conspiring to trade with the enemy" because he flew illegal cargo to Cuba.
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org
/espionage/fuentes-sentence.htm
The Miami Herald also reported that his final appeal was rejected in February 1985.
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org
/espionage/fuentes-coba.htm
Fuentes died in Havana in 1986 and was interred with Government honors in the Pantheon of Revolutionary Emigrants in Colon Cemetery.
The Miami Herald reported on March 6, 1996, that Vivian "Mannerud began ABC in 1982, following in the footsteps of her father, Fernando Fuentes-Coba, who operated a Miami-Havana charter airline called American Airways Charters from 1978 to 1982."
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org
/exile/mannerud.htm
On November 6, 2000, the Herald again reported that Vivian Mannerud’s "father, Fernando Fuentes-Coba, ran an earlier charter business, was convicted of trading with the enemy in 1982 and fled the United States, presumably to Havana, rather than serve a year in jail."
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org
/exile/mannerud-retires.htm
You have interviewed and quoted Vivian Mannerud in the Miami Herald more than a dozen times since 1993.
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org
/exile/trip.htm
It is obvious that you are aware of her business dealings with Cuba and those of her father. Yet, you omit identifying him as the Cuban agent and spy who betrayed Rafael del Pino Siero.
Your continued selective reporting and slipshod journalism has plummeted your credibility in the Cuban exile community as low as the McClatchy stock during the last year.
Sincerely,
Dr. Antonio de la Cova

Anónimo dijo...

En mi opinion hay que aprender mucho de Tony porque presenta a la gente sin ningun difraz en el teatro de las mascaras del exilio...

el tremendo juez dijo...

Fernando Fuentes Coba se hizo rico explotando el dolor de las familias divididas por el castrismo. Fue un delincuente que en 1954 ya había sido convicto en una corte federal por traficar con imigrantes indocumentados. Fuentes fue un cobarde que tuvo miedo enfrentar una leve condena de un año de presidio y huyó a Cuba.

Lourdes Casals dijo...

Y que me dicen de la Vivian Manerud, pidiéndole perdón a los Clinton para que dejaran regresar al padre

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