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USAID contractor work in Cuba detailed

USAID

Piece by piece, in backpacks and carry-on bags, American aid contractor Alan Gross made sure laptops, smartphones, hard drives and networking equipment were secreted into Cuba. The most sensitive item, according to official trip reports, was the last one: a specialized mobile phone chip that experts say is often used by the Pentagon and the CIA to make satellite signals virtually impossible to track.

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U.S. government promoting Internet aggression against Cuba

The Department of State and its destabilizing agency USAID  project interventionist operations attempting to use the Internet  as an instrument of infiltration and intelligence within Cuban national territory

The Department of State and its destabilizing agency USAID project spending a further $30 million on interventionist operations attempting to use the Internet as an instrument of infiltration and intelligence within Cuban national territory.

Identity of Cuban Double Agent Recruited by CIA Revealed

Raul Capote

option trading strategies p>Raúl Capote, the agent “Daniel” of Cuban State Security, revealed his identity in the chapter “The Invention of a Leader” of the series “The Reasons of Cuba”, today transmitted by national television. For six years Capote, professor in the University of Pedagogical Sciences in Havana, recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

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“Well paid lies”, in Las Razones de Cuba (+ Photos and Videos)

Cuba's Reasons

“A group of young artists and I had the idea to create a cultural project that would promote the visual arts among those young people”, that is the beginning of the testimony of Frank Carlos Vásquez, agent Robin of Cuban State Security, in the new documentary that Cuban television aired for the series “Cuba´s Reasons”.

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Billions for company that hired Alan Gross

USAID

The Maryland company that hired American development worker Alan Gross won more than $2.7 billion in USAID contracts from 2000 to the third quarter of 2009, statistics show. Development Alternatives Inc., or DAI, sent Gross to Cuba as part of a USAID-financed democracy program. Cuban authorities accused Gross of setting up an illegal satellite communications network and sentenced him on Friday to a 15-year prison term.