>From: "Michael S. Lorrey" <email@example.com>
>Its now come out, by Clinton Administration documents, that the
>was in full cooperation (i.e. conspiracy with a foreign power) with Cuba on
>unfortunate Elian circus. Here are just some of the documents Judicial
>obtained detailing the level of coordination between the Administration and
>staffers at the Cuban Interests Section (what passes for a Cuban embassy in
>as I recall) on trying to resolve this issue in the Cubans favor, with no
>interest in the rights of Elian or in the position of law abiding American
>citizens, the Gonzalez family in Miami.
I read the document and don't see any evidence of "conspiracy with a foreign
power" or that the administration had "no interest in the rights of Elian".
Sure the administration was slanted toward return of the boy to Cuba (and to
his only living parent), but just because that happened to also be what
Castro wanted doesn't mean it was a bad thing.
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