RTAmerica | October 07, 2010
Raul Diaz Pena is a convicted terrorist from Venezuela; he planted bombs near the Colombian and Spanish embassies. He fled Venezuela and ended up in Miami where he has been seen with high ranking US officials. CNN called him a political prisoner, however author and lawyer Eva Golinger points out that Pena was never known or involved in politics within Venezuela. Does the United States hold a double standard for terrorists that agree with their perspective? Isn’t Pena still a terrorist regardless of his viewpoint?
Eva Golinger: US hiding terrorism hypocrisy
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