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Castro assassination plot trial postponed

The Panama trial of four Cuban exiles accused of a plot to assassinate Fidel Castro has been postponed indefinitely, a defense attorney said. It had been set to start today. Luis Posada Carriles, considered Cuba’s most wanted terrorist, was arrested in Panama City in late 2000 along with three Miami-Dade County men — Gaspar Jiménez, Guillermo Novo and Pedro C. Remón — accused of plotting to kill Castro with a bomb while he attended a presidential summit in Panama. Thirty-eight months later, the four have yet to stand trial for possession of explosives, threatening public safety and illicit association. Full Story

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