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Anti-Castro Figure Seeks Asylum in U.S.

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Anti-Castro Figure Seeks Asylum in U.S.

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Anti-Castro Figure Seeks Asylum in U.S.

Anti-Castro Figure Seeks Asylum in U.S.

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Melissa Block talks with Ann Louise Bardach about Cuban exile Luis Posada Carriles, who is seeking political asylum in the U.S. Carriles has a history working for the CIA. He has also served prison time for the deadly bombing of a Cuban airliner and been implicated in a plot to kill Cuban leader Fidel Castro.

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